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2023.06.06 23:47 gingerbeardgiant Getting back into fishing
Recently got back into bass fishing now that I have my business where I can take more time to do these sorts of things. As a kid at the family farm pond I feel like I was pulling bass out all day long with a crankbait and no technique. Quickly learning on these public lakes I’m just going to get skunked tossing and retrieving from the banks so I’ve been watching numerous YouTube videos on how to retrieve each type of lure but SHEESH. I’m still getting skunked. Any other tips y’all might have for a not-so-newbie?
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2023.06.06 23:07 Ok-Bed-851 Haha gettin rough out here people are broke lol
2023.06.06 22:35 extreme303 Why are fish following my Wally river lure all the way to the boat but never taking a bite?
Im using a Wally diver lure on an extremely clear lake. It’s gold perch colour I think. Green top and gold bottom. I Can see fish following it all the way to the boat when u real it in after a long cast but they don’t seem to ever bite. Are there better colours or lures I could be using for a super clear fresh water lake. Hoping to catch walleye or bass. There are also perch, white fish, jack, and I think lake trout in the lake.
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2023.06.06 21:16 the_vince_horror East Coast dates for Phantogram. Opening for Queens of the Stone Age
2023.06.06 20:24 Ok-Kick832 The Sophont Desert Elephants of the Moon and their home Ecosystem
Unlike the rest of the moon series this takes place in the desert right outside the RC1 in the farthest reaches of the desert. So here we go into the ecosystem!
The Dried Inland Sea: It was believed to a large continent spanning inland sea from about 250 to about 35 MYA then it began drying up into the desert that lives near RC1 causing several extinctions of the local ceratopsians which in turn introduced the ancestors to the now sapient elephants which diverged into truly gigantic sizes but some stayed small and meek causing their own sub group named Rataphants (they first appeared about 21 MYA) which lived in small burrows when the drying inland sea filled back up 15 MYA and then dried up 11 MYA the Rataphants were the only elephants remaining in the regions their niche taken by the Tripods meanwhile for 11 MYA and 2 MYA a giant lake existed with several islands these were filled with lifeforms most extinct when it reduced to a simple river in modern times estimated to dry out in 1 million years.
Pseudo birds are common here with 10 species known but only 3 properly catalogued:
The Common Squealer (Aviasaurus kiki); They live in small family flocks and are known to hunt Kirir hatchlings their noises all sound like a squeal.
The Ugly Ducking (Megapato Rex): They are rare and very large pseudo birds that appear like grey fluffy ducklings as hatchlings when a female has her eggs fertilized she will hunt for a nest and eat some of the eggs to make room for hers once born the hatchlings will remain there until the new mother chases them away when they eat her own.
The Rare Ibis (Aviadon Riri): Believed to be an ibis until it began attacking rovers they also have the same behaviour as Bush pterosaurs.
Bush Pterosaurs: Only six species have been properly catalogued (ironic as all pterosaurs are descended from bush pterosaurs)
The Dancer (Quadrudactlus Titi sp): A large terrestrial bush pterosaur that uses its four legs to grapple onto prey the the largest of the 99 sub species discovered remind one of a feathered reedstilt they are extremely aggressive to whatever threatens a juvenile with red stripes on their back no matter the age.
The Harpoon (Postquetzocoatlus Sosu): Large Quetzocoatlus like bush pterosaur that leap out of the air quick as a harpoon and move slowly tilting their heads to spot prey then shooting towards it at a rate a rover cannot process it. In sapient desert culture killing one is a rite of passage for becoming a general of their clan.
The Brainy Ptero crow (pterocorvus Tektih): Large crow like pterosaurs that hunt during the night they are fast and are problem solvers they appear to be able to feel remorse for their actions they look like the anurognathids from the Jurassic but are more closely related to Dancers than them.
The Multi Hunter: Hunting in small swarms they can be found all around the desert but are easily killed when they leave their home.
The batlings (Meganurognathus Lovol): The farmers of the pterosaur world they are known to keep herds of snails for hunting at a later date they are loved by the elephants as they will take any snail they find to put in their herds most herds are made up of these pest snails as elephants deliberately lure them to their fields. a
The Termitasaurus (Borni Silsol): They are large quadrupedal bush pterosaurs that act as anteaters with the same colours they will hunt any termite mounds they find much to the anger of some pachycephalosaurids that live in them.
Ceratopsians: Only one species is known.
The Titan Horn (latin name horned killers with no guilt) : Large Styracosaurus like herbivores that live in small herds together of three to five individuals. They are very aggressive and very intelligent if one spots you run for your group immediately.
Multi Ungulates 2 species are properly catalogued.
The Camelope (Multiungulatus andrewski): Large humped herbivores that live in large herds devouring anything they come across making them more predatory than your usual herbivore.
The Tapirlope (Multungulatus Kaimerensis): Discovered in 2022 they live in small herds in small clumps of bush.
The Sapient Desert Elephants (Rataphantus Sapiens): They are the size of elephant calves but thanks to their stone age level technology they are able to live peacefully near their river. Rudimentary communication has been documented (it is simply "hi we come in peace, hi") but much has been learned from it but of it has been redacted so this is the most I can say.
The Rat Queen (Rataphantus Regina Sp): They have evolved their trunks into a large snout and have become predators hunting the sapient elephants whenever they venture out of their strongholds there are rumors they are sophonts but since they eat anything that comes near them
Rataphant (Rataphantus vulgaris): Small elephant calf sized herbivores that live in the forests of the desert and the deserts itself.
Birds (only properly researched species are included)
The Common Rock Thrower (terriblisornis vulgaris): They are large birds that throw rocks, they look a lot like Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers.
The Sanemingo ( Phoenicopterus lunaris): Large birds that are just like flamingoes on earth with duller colurs and smaller size they like to play with fire.
The Lightwing (Lunaornis sp): Large owls that live in burrows and hunt during the day.
Carcharodontosaurs only three species known:
The Apexes (terribidon rex): They are very large sail backed predators that rule this place they raise one hatchling each twenty years and are very rare.
The Tiny Queens (Nanoterribodon regina): Small predators that hunt at night for snails and their herders they also hunt anything smaller than them like hatchlings.
The Great Protector (Sauroterriblodon Termitus): They live in termite mounds with the pachycephalosaurids that live in the area and will live with them peacefully inside the mounds and will scare off any predators outside the mounds they are extremely intelligent and are known to preen their pachycephalosaurid partners.
The Horned Protolope (Protolope lunaris): They are the ancestor of all the pronghorn in the area and look a lot like common pronghorn on earth they have evolved to be quicker because of great protectors and Tiny Queens they live in giant herds where they care for their young together.
The Hornless protolope (protolope Lunara): They are large as deer and have no horns their only defense is their kick and their speed to make up for their faster speed they have a small pouch which their offspring live in until they are as fast as their parents.
The saurolope (Protolope Titanis): Large protolopes that are essiantly giraffes with pronghorn colours and giant horns they are very rare and are very docile until you step right next to them then they speed away as fast as their anscestor.
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2023.06.06 20:20 igorekk handpicked for Berlin in May (mostly startups/career related)
After skipping April, here are some inspiration snippets from Berlin, Germany and wider. Career and other cool insights. Here is March
Week of 1st (May)
- 🤔 Do you know any shortcuts/tips/tricks on how to get an appointment at Ausländerbehörde? If so, please share in the comments or drop me an email. Thank you so much!
- 🚃 Lost something on public transport? Here is the website to deal with it. It will be sold at an auction if you do not pick it up in 6 weeks. These are done quarterly, and see you at Auktionshaus Beier in July because I need some AirPods.
- 🚗 Germany is extremely dependent on the automotive industry and their exports. Don’t quote me on that, but the big ones make roughly 1/3 of their revenues in China. Now, look at these charts and think: What sets modern cars apart? What does it mean for Germany? Soon, the brand will be the only differentiator.
- 🙌 Pragmatic Engineer (Gergely Orosz) gave me a nice shoutout tweet. A must-follow if you are interested in tech/engineering. One of my recent favourites is this interview with Steve Yegge, which is full of interesting insights.
- 🤖 If you are like me, you maybe feel worried that your ChatGPT prompt game is weak (especially after reading all those "prompt influencers" milking the trend on the bird app). A while ago, I even linked to a “Prompt Engineer” as a future profession. But according to Ethan Mollick's Guide to Prompting, we do not have much to worry about. In a nutshell: just try things out and then repeat.
- 📦 eBay-Kleinanzeigen, one of the best German websites (😅) with 40M monthly users, will finally rename to Kleinanzeigen on 16.5 after being sold to Norwegian classifieds specialist Adevinta in 2021. Most of it will stay the same; I am delighted my “Top Zufriedenheit” status will also be migrated.
- 😔 Bad news: N26 is laying off 71 (4%), Knister Grill (Munich) insolvent; Flink shrank for 8k (down from 21k!) employees since April 2022.
- berlin choice of the week: activists vandalized a few luxury shops on K’damm, and of course, the commentariat delivered again on all sides of the spectrum. Also, BVG has a new type of tram that looks like a car. 😅
- ✈️ This week I learned that BER Terminals 1 and 2 are connected. You can use any security control to access gates at both terminals.
- 💬 Briefly: SellerX (Berlin) is rumoured to be in a sale process; HelloFresh and Delivery Hero are, unsurprisingly, growing slower: check their Investor Relations pages for details and take it with a pinch of salt; Bosch plans to purchase TSI Semiconductors' assets for $1.5 billion to enhance its semiconductor business with silicon carbide chips; Finn (Munich) CEO Max-Josef Meier resigned after harassing several female colleagues on a company event.
Week of 8th (May)
- 🚂 If you have decided to take on €49 ticket, Exberliner prepared a nice list of suggestions for excursions from Berlin. Worth a save!
- 🤑 Here is a summary of research on money and happiness. I like Nick’s conclusion: Increased income is associated with greater happiness for lower-income individuals. For high-income, unhappy individuals, further income is unlikely to increase happiness. For high-income, happy individuals, while more income could enhance happiness, the effort required may not be worth it.
- 😔 Bad news: CleverShuttle (Berlin) insolvent; Shopify 20% of employees (most of German org).
- berlin choice of the week is an interesting Reddit AMA from an U-Bahn driver from a year ago.
- 💬 Briefly:
- Getir wants to own them all and is reportedly buying Flink—enjoy it while it lasts;
- Tier reportedly selling itself;
- Vice News, a former alter news source loved by millennials and eventually copied by everyone, is in serious trouble;
- TeamViewer from Ba-Wü posted 13% YoY growth (151M);
- SAP wants to enter LLMs with an investment into Aleph Alpha—it will surely be expensive;
- Lilium (Munich) needs/wants to raise €250M;
- founder of once-hyped Gorillas, Kagan Sümer, is building something new in HealthTech called Mirror (no website yet);
- his other three colleagues founded meal-as-a-service for restaurants, Tasty Urban.
Week of 15th (May)
- ✌️ Here is another reminder to check out my article with 40+ questions you can ask at the job interview. Disclosure: not written by ChatGPT!
- 👻 Like all the startups beyond Series B, Bolt also plans to become profitable soon, specifically in the next 12 months, and then IPO in 2025. They might also do payments? More at Reuters. Meantime, Lyft, another Uber competitor, is firing 1100 employees.
- ⚡️ Remember all those predictions on the Russian gas and the collapse of Germany? Here is an interesting article about the concept of substitutes in economics (the fallacy: “When the average person thinks about a 40% reduction in natural gas supplies, they implicitly assume that each natural gas-dependent industry must cut its usage by 40%.”), but it is also worth reading the comments for differing opinions (= free markets are BS.)
- 👀 Besides your burgers and curries, Lieferando started to deliver 100 different MediaMarkt products inside the Berlin ring (useful if you urgently need a phone charger or a phone, lol? and bad for their competitor Arive). Food & high margin product delivery is probably here to stay, but groceries? I think not.
- 📚Blinkist, a Berlin-based app that always felt like cheating to me, was bought by Go1 from Down Under; nobody asked me for my opinion, but a good time to exit with all the Generative AI knocking on the door! Now I should probably go back to my book.
- 🌊 Have you ever heard of Seaflooding? Me neither, but it reads like a great idea. Flooding parts of the Sahara to reduce the ocean levels? Plus, make some energy on the way? Let’s do it!
- 👟 Adidas is stuck with €1B worth of Yeezy sneakers since the man lost his mind, but, amongst other batshit crazy stuff, found a purpose in antisemitism. They plan to sell them gradually and partially donate the proceeds. (€, 🇩🇪) What a problem to have.
- ⛴️ Exberliner delivers again! Berlin has plenty of ferries; I see myself using some in the summer. This article also made me think I need a “handpicked Berlin bucket list.”
- 😔 Bad news: nobody is publishing news about layoffs anymore! There are three options: 1) all layoffs are done; 2) all layoffs are silent; 3) nobody is laying off. I vote for 2). Infarm leaving Berlin & Europe; okäse (Köln) insolvent.
- berlin choice of the week is this DDR map of Berlin from 1988; comments deliver as usual.
- 💬 Briefly:
- swedish Northvolt plans to build a battery gigafactory in Schleswig-Holstein (and employ 3k people) with support from the state and Bund - careers;
- Revolut’s CFO is leaving, which is never a good sign, especially after problems with acquiring a banking licence in the UK. On a more positive note: they will start to sell ETFs via Berlin’s Upvest;
- Trivago, the troubled aggregator of the aggregators, changed almost their complete board;
- VW will restructure Cariad, its software arm, replacing its CEO with Peter Bosch (ex-Bentley);
- Google did not release Bard in the EU because of GDPregulation worries;
- Unstoppable Finance (Berlin-based crypto play) wants to get a banking license in 2024;
- Mobileye will do automated assistance and navigate-on-pilot functions for Porsche;
- FS Italiane ordered 40 locomotives from Siemens worth €300M;
- Rheinmetall is planning to start production in Ukraine.
Week of 22nd (May)
- 🚴♀️ If you have ever wondered how many bikes pass a certain checkpoint in Berlin, you have your answers here. (via this post on berlin)
- 👀 I found out about Himmel Unter Berlin, an exclusive invite-only exhibition. I did enter the waitlist, but if I could be your +1, please let me know. 🙏
- 💸 After eight years of rental price caps, landlords (incl. mine) just seem to love ignoring the rules and ask for too much rent! (🇩🇪) Analysis of 6K cases in 2021 shows that 98% were overcharged. Hah.
- Bitpanda, an Austrian crypto investing platform, jumped on the AI hype train and will invest $10M in an AI chatbot. Ok.
- In Saxony, AfD’s Sebastian Wippel brought the topic of chemtrails to the state parliament. What’s next, Flat Earth?
- Sifted reports that Bolt is close to buying Tier. There are still some micro-mobility companies left, but I am still unsure how such a seasonal business can be profitable long-term. Bolt is betting on many horses, and only time will tell if we will still see so many scooters lying around in 2 years. Related:
- ☝️I previously recommended Matt Levine and his Money Stuff, and this week he wrote about blitzscaling of Uber being possibly illegal. The VC-subsidised “winner takes all” mentality caused partial destruction of competition and could be considered predatory pricing. Worth a read (second chapter)!
- 😔 Bad news: nothing to report. So instead, data from last week’s poll: 26% (41) of voters know 10+ people laid off since April 1st, and 38% do not know anyone. The rest (36%) are in-between. Hard to draw conclusions, but clearly, silent layoffs are happening.
- berlin choice of the week is a flat directory of smaller real estate companies. Good luck if you are on a search now.
- 💬 Briefly: Tesla will start spending on marketing (inevitable with all the competition); ThyssenKrupp wants to IPO its hydrogen unit Nucera (careers) in June for 4B; Cara Care founder Jesaja Brinkmann ALSO behaved inappropriately towards female colleagues at a party in December and is OUT; Intel also wants to invest in LLM developers Aleph Alpha from Heidelberg; after Mercedes also VWis leaving Russia; DB ordered 73 new ICEs (🇩🇪) for €2B and wants to hire thousands—careers; ATU was hacked (🇩🇪)—I wonder if my car data is LOST or STOLEN.
Week of 29th (May)
- 📉 Germany is, because of a second negative quarter in a row, officially in a mild recession (GDP fell by 0.3% for the last quarter). Well. On the other hand, some startups (esp. renewables) were hiring extensively last year, as the analysis of Sifted shows. To me, Helsing from the Sifted list sounds promising, but ask them if they have a product already. Careers.
- 👎 Most of the Google/Amazon/other reviews are useless. First, a lot of them are fake and second; they can be bought, and third, they are skewed because the majority of people never review.Gergely Oroszdid an extensive analysis of Glassdoor reviews after layoffs and I think the whole thing proves the point that looking at them is useless and a waste of time.
- 💩 OpenAI founder Sam Altman said they might pull ChatGPT out of the EU because of the regulation shortly after he also told US regulators that AI should be regulated. I guess only his regulation is the correct regulation?
- 🛒 Instead of selling itself to Getir, Flink raised €150M from existing investors (they took a haircut to the highest valuation at €2.5B, now at around €1B). In addition, they are letting 100 employees in HQ go and are pulling out of France after their €100M Cajoo investment (🇩🇪, €). On top, Aldi Süd will experiment with delivery around Mülheim (🇩🇪) this July. Are you bullish or bearish?
- ☝️Big organisations are often arrogant and inefficient. It recently happened again to Microsoft, as reported in this anecdote where Satya Nadella scolded his R&D team. Another good lesson that the size and throwing money at things often doesn’t work.
- 😅 One of the weirdest political debates I have seen since in Berlin is around the closing of Friedrichstrasse for traffic. Now it will be open again from the 1st of July. But hey, what is the point of just closing a street without planting trees and making it much more pedestrian-friendly? They did it in many other cities, and it worked. Half-assed attempts make no sense.
- ✈️ Here is a longer profile in German of Ryanair and its success (🇩🇪) after their annual report. They are profitable, are expanding their fleet and want to hire 10k.
- 🧨 Before joining N26, you might want to read this great analysis from Miriam at Sifted. Bullish or bearish?
- 🐟 Here you have an Insta post of some of the best lakes around Berlin, which you should pair with this temperature monitoring when the time comes. From my perspective, the time is not here yet.
- I tried what3words a couple of times, and I remember thinking, “Wow, what a great idea”, before going back to using Google Maps. This week I learned they burned £119M to generate £2.5M in revenue in the last six years. What a time to be alive. This, kids, is what a vitamin looks like instead of a painkiller.
- ☄️Great news. There is probably no imminent danger of getting erased by an asteroid: We still have at least 1000 years left on Earth unless we destroy it ourselves first!
- 😔 Bad news: Circus (Hamburg, 35/25%); Meta 6000 (unknown for Germany); Moss(Berlin, 30), Flink (Berlin, 100).
- 💡 Speaking of layoffs: I have previously linked to “how to act” guidance, but it was not as good as this LinkedIn post from Mayuri Reddy. Read it and share it.
- 🇹🇭 I have never been to Thailand or Thai Park yet, and this is changing soon; Exberliner has tips on what to eat in Thai Park. I am going with Pad Thai. See you around!
- berlin choice of the week is this discussion about Pfandpiraten and how much they can earn. Fascinating! “They estimated that about 928,000 people actively collect Pfand in Germany. Of them, 56% make less than 4€ a day. Of them, 28% collect enough that it is their primary income.”
- 💬 Briefly: Solaris Bank is raising fresh money (€50M); Klarna moved its goal to reach profitability this summer to “this year” and is reportedly “on track”; Flix is expanding like there is no tomorrow: India will be its 42nd market; Neeva, a Google search ads-free alternative full of ex-Google execs, is no more; Meta was fined a record €1.2B for illegal data transfers from the EU to the US beating the previous record of €746M by Amazon.
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2023.06.06 19:21 samfoto_ I am 27 years old, make $63k/yearly, live in the suburbs of Minneapolis, MN, and work in marketing.
Assets & Debt
Retirement balance: $13,286.43 (I make a small monthly deposit into my IRA. I do not have a 401k at the moment as I'm focusing on saving)
Mortgage loan remaining: ~$162k
Savings balance: ~$20k
Checking balance: ~$5k
Credit card debt: $0 (I pay off monthly)
Student loan debt: $17,539.32 (BFA Photography)
Car loan: $22,227.15 Income
Income Progression: After graduating, I started in Customer Service making $36k. Some coworkers at my next job recommended I get a certification in Salesforce Marketing Cloud as something to do during COVID’s early month. The company paid. It helped me get into the marketing field. My first marketing job was $50k/yr. On my second with about a year and a half of experience. I want to change fields but do not have the experience necessary to do so. If I stay at my company I may have the opportunity to try the field I want within a year or two. My work-life balance is amazing so I’m sticking with it.
Actual monthly take home: $3,471.80
No side gigs or other income. Expenses
Mortgage & HOA: $1,090.09
Home insurance: $31.63
Retirement: $100 (Roth IRA)
Savings: $1,665 (Whatever is leftover at the end of the month. Good this month since I got 3 paychecks)
Investments: $0 (Working with J to help me figure out starting this. I’m late on it, I know.)
Debt payment: $0 (Student loan payments start up again soon. Rebuilding savings in the meantime from home purchase last year)
Electric: $40-90 (last month $42)
Climbing gym: $85
Cats: $53 (food)
Car payment/insurance: $463.50
- 11 a.m. Slept in since it’s a holiday and enjoyed a delicious breakfast with my boyfriend (J) of some chocolate chip banana bread my mom made. We don’t tend to spend weeknights at each other’s places, so we love our weekends together.
- 12:15 p.m. J heads back to his place to meal prep for the week and do chores. Always the lover of a good cheap find, I went to Goodwill for a 25% off sale. I purchased an Adidas duffel bag, a t-shirt, some unused candles, and an expansion pack for a card game my friends and I enjoy. $35
- 1:30 p.m. One of my core lunchtime necessities as of late is hummus. But specifically the Target brand original. Plus it’s cheap. I also needed other basic necessities: toothpaste, tissues, laundry items, and a prebiotic powder I take daily to control IBS symptoms. I stock up once every two months so this was a big trip. Target Circle had a coupon for one of the laundry items and $10 off on a purchase of $70 or more. $111.25
- 2:15 p.m. Back home laden with one Target bag worth over $100, I crack open my new container of hummus and make a turkey wrap with a side of carrots, an apple, and some veggie straws. I have this every day and it never gets old.
- 3:45 p.m. Watch an episode of Maid on Netflix before going to play video games online with J.
- 7:30 p.m. J and our friends hop online to play a multiplayer game for an hour or two before I jump off to eat. Chicken sausage, green beans, carrots, egg white wrap, and rice. My favorite dinner at the moment!
- 10:30 p.m. In bed and decided to start reading the monthly book club picked by J. Couldn’t put it down for a while but was asleep by 12:30 a.m.
- Total spent: $146.25
- 7:45 a.m. Alarm goes off. Work after a 4 day weekend. Yay. Out of bed by 8:15. I work from home so I log in, check my emails, and go grab breakfast. I take my morning probiotics, vitamin D, and allergy medicine as a side to my morning blueberry bagel. After a slow morning online, I hit the exercise bike for a quick 15 minute ride. Shower, then a meeting.
- 11 a.m. Whip up my normal lunch of: turkey wrap, carrots, hummus, apple, and veggie straws. After lunch, I grab a couple of Reese’s Thins. Not as good, I know.
- 2 p.m. Work is slow today so I hop on my PC and play a few missions in my current favorite game. I have an oil change at 2 and groceries to pick up from Walmart after. At the oil change, they tell me I need to replace my wiper blades and cabin air filter. I can do that on my own and purchase the parts needed on Amazon. Car & groceries: $172.92
- 3:15 p.m. After my appointment, I hop back into my game and see some items from my Steam wishlist are on sale. I grab them as I’ve been wanting to get them for a while. $24.04
- 4 p.m. There’s a new Spider-Man movie coming out this week that I really want to see. Mentioned to J that we should go but tickets were a bit pricey since it was opening night. He offered to pay.
- 6:30 p.m. Same as the night before. I’m out of chicken sausage now and forgot to add them to my order this morning. Oh well.
- 8:30 p.m. Watch another episode of Maid while I eat. After the temperature cooled down for the night, I went for an hour-long walk around a nearby small lake. Get hissed at by geese and dive-bombed by a red-winged blackbird. Nature is beautiful.
- 11 p.m. In bed reading J’s book club pick. It’s right up my alley and this will be a breeze to get through. Asleep by 12:45 a.m.
- Total spent: $196.96
- 7:45 a.m. My alarm goes off and I once again snooze until around 8:15. One of my cats makes her way into my room and bugs me until I get up. Turn on my work computer and go start my morning with a blueberry bagel and my medicine cocktail.
- 8:30 a.m. I jump in the shower (hair wash day) and get cleaned up to head to my monthly chiropractor appointment.
- 10:15 a.m. I pulled a muscle in my back just over a year ago and enjoyed my chiropractor visits, so I now do them monthly. This is the last time I’m going to prepay and switch to as-needed. Paid through the end of the year.
- 10:45 a.m. My chiropractor is next to a used-clothing store so I swing in. Attending a wedding at the end of June so I’ve been looking for an outfit. I don’t find one. I find others. Also a shirt for J. Everything I bought was half off! Nothing was over $7. Grabbed 4 things. $21.25
- 4:30 p.m. It was a very slow day at work, just tested some emails, so I spent a majority of the day gaming. My job goes through heavy phases and I’m in a big lull. I sign off for the day and head to the climbing gym.
- 6 p.m. After a short climbing session, my friend M and I go to an outdoor store to buy climbing harnesses. I have one but it doesn’t fit right and he has been renting one. We find the ones we want in store but see they’re cheaper online. He has a store membership so he pays and I Venmo him back. I’m selling my old harness (only used for 2 months) to another climbing friend for $50. Almost breaking even! $3.27
- 7:15 p.m. I arrive back home and make a sandwich for dinner. Cooking seems like too much work tonight. J is at a work event tonight, otherwise we usually climb together than cook a meal after. While eating, I turn on Into the Spiderverse to prepare for the second one tomorrow. It’s still too hot for a walk so I skip that tonight.
- 9:45 p.m. After the movie I watch some Good Mythical Morning episodes I’m behind on and munch on some mini marshmallows for dessert. I prep my camera equipment for an event I’m shooting tomorrow for work. As I get ready for bed I listen to an audiobook. I read for book club for the rest of the night. Asleep around 11:30.
- Total: $24.52
- 7 a.m. I get up early as I need to be at a work event by 10 a.m. I’m photographing it so I won’t have to work too hard. I say now.
- 9:15 a.m. I head out to be to the event a few minutes early to find street parking. The event lasts until 2, so I pay for 4 hours of parking. I could submit for reimbursement but eh, it's not much. $2.50
- 1:45 p.m. I did end up fully participating as well as photographing. We wrap early after sweating in the sun weeding and mulching for a low-income apartment complex. I head home to shower, nap, and relax. Work gave those who volunteered the rest of the afternoon off.
- 5:15 p.m. J arrives at my place after work and we head to see the new Spiderman movie. I pack us some homemade popcorn and various other treats from the pantry. Movie was 10000/10. Go see it. I knew about 45 seconds in that I wanted to see it again. Did not disappoint.
- 8:30 p.m. Despite the snacks, we are still hungry after the movie and decide to go to a local Japanese place. We go in to order and J graciously pays. When we go out, he tends to pay as I typically buy and make a fair amount of our home cooked meals. At first we were given the wrong order, which we realized when we got home. He headed back to get the right order so we got two sets of meals for the price of one! We had opened the first order to see if we liked it enough to deal but it wasn’t enough food for the both of us.
- 12:30 a.m. J stays over and we get to sleep just after midnight.
- Total: $2.50
- 8 a.m. J’s alarm goes off but I sleep through it so he has to wake me up. We lounge in bed until his first meeting at 8:30. After his meeting, he leaves for work and I log on to my own. I have no meetings today and a very generous policy where we get Friday afternoon’s off during the summer. I plug away at some small projects I’ve put off for most of the week and log off around 1.
- 1:30 p.m. I went to check the mail as I had 3 deliveries coming today. All arrived! My internet bill came too which I usually throw away, but had a feeling I should open this one. I was right. My bill had gone up $10 because of some new policy I didn’t know about because I hadn’t read any of the last few months of bills. I updated what I needed to to get the price lowered again and spend the next hour researching a new provider but I’m stuck for my area. Ended up purchasing a router so I can return the company’s one and save some more money monthly. $96.72
- 3 p.m. I get a random email that a medical visit from over a year ago wasn’t going to be covered by insurance. I log into my account and see if it’s real, which it is, so unfortunately I pay for it. I don’t remember what the visit was for but insurance covered $0 of it. After I update my spending tracker. Thankfully it was a 3 paycheck month so I’m more than fine. Had a lot of surprising big expenses come up in May. $89
- 5:45 p.m. I leave for J’s so we can eat dinner together and watch an episode of the Last of Us (yeah, we’re a bit late on this one) before we head to the climbing gym.
- 10:30 p.m. We get back from climbing and have a craving for chocolate chip cookies. I help J make a small batch and we eat a few each. We watch the Last of Us and I fall asleep on the couch. Bed time at 12:30 a.m.
- Total: $185.72
- 9:45 a.m. I slept like the dead. J wakes me up as he’s on his way out to go have brunch with a friend. I slowly wake up and leave his place soon after to get my house cleaned before some friends come over.
- 12:30 p.m. J comes to my place after his brunch to help me clean before a double date with my high school best friend and her fiancé.
- 2:45 p.m. They arrive! We chat and play some card games. They leave around 5, so J and I dive back into Last of Us.
- 6:30 p.m. I reheated some leftover chicken from Thursday, frozen green beans, potatoes, carrots, and rice for dinner. We finish the season and discuss the show for a while before he heads home.
- 12:30 a.m. Bedtime!
- Total: $0
- 8:30 a.m. J and I are going to look at some houses today so in my excitement I don’t sleep very well. I get up after laying in bed for a few hours to get ready and go pick him up.
- 10:30 a.m. Open house tour commence! We see 4 houses before lunch time.
- 12:30 p.m. We decided to go to a local chicken restaurant and more than ate our fill. J paid. I dropped him back at his apartment and headed to visit my parents for the afternoon.
- 2 p.m. I arrive at my mom’s house and she dyes my hair. We used a bottle of dye I had purchased a few months back.
- 5 p.m. Game time! I hop on with J and his friends and we complete some missions in our go-to game. I stop to grab a quick snack soon after, still pretty full from our big lunch.
- 8 p.m. J hops off for a break and I do as well. He calls me right after leaving the main call and we chat about our week ahead and hang out while we do our own things.
- 9 p.m. I’m feeling very tired after not sleeping well this weekend so I go to get ready for bed. I stay up on TikTok for a while and get to sleep around 11.
- Total: $0
Food + Drink (Groceries): $64.28
Fun + Entertainment: $26.94
Home + Health: $187.21
Clothes + Beauty: $64.81
Transport + Vehicle Health: $109.34
Other: $99.99 Total: ~$556
This is NOT a typical week! Lots of medium things that added up happening at the end/beginning of a new month. That's life! When I buy things I use regularly, I often buy 2-3 more than I need at a time so that I don't have to get them as often. Unless J and I are together, I don't go out to eat to save money. I'm very lucky to work from home and save a lot of expenses that way. My job is pretty low-key and quiet most of the day, so I didn't detail too much about it this week.
Edit: I forgot to mention above that J and I are not buying a house together, I'm helping him look. We really go to open houses for fun right now as he isn't thinking about buying until late this yeaearly next year. Interest rates are insane right now! I have a super low rate and am not looking forward to losing out on it some day.
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2023.06.06 19:04 StillSkyler Update on Wahweap Fire
This is the recent update from Glen Canyon NPS
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2023.06.06 18:21 kulture76 . . .like really?
2023.06.06 18:17 muse823 More US Tour Dates Announced
2023.06.06 17:45 searching88 James Bears Award Winners Announced with winners from Chicago
Damarr Brown, Virtue, wins Emerging Chef
Obélix was a finalist in the “Best New Restaurant” category
Sepia was a finalist in the “Outstanding Hospitality” category
Tim Flores and Genie Kwon, Kasama, win “Best Chef: Great Lakes”
Diana Dávila Boldin, Mi Tocaya Antojería, was a finalist. ^
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2023.06.06 17:03 zerpderp QOTSA tour with special guests Viagra Boys 2023!
2023.06.06 16:13 banjomike1986 Just A Vent……..
Hi my names Michael, and I’m addicted to fishing.
Got to WI yesterday from NC visiting family. Got out on my dads dock and casted some streamers (waters low on the lake so lots of weeds), didn’t catch anything. Went inside for a beer and chat, then thought I’d grab my euro rod and try and catch some brim. It was a success got a perch and a blue gill first two casts. Then the third cast, hooked into a huge small mouth probably 14” if not bigger. He came up and said “Hi” only had 5x on from a float I did last week. Fish took me for a ride then broke off. I had a nightmare about it last night and needed to get it off my chest. Thanks for listening.
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2023.06.06 16:04 EquivalentGrand7273 What Are Some Popular Pitstops And Food Options Along The Way During a Ladakh bike trip? 🍽️
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https://preview.redd.it/bo3s3sjsme4b1.jpg?width=1080&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=89acff08833a01e78ec4e79e783a4b0b342d0ef6 "Fuel your adventure with delectable flavors, as every pitstop on a Ladakh bike trip becomes a savory chapter in your unforgettable journey."
Embarking on a bike trip to Ladakh is an adventure of a lifetime. As you navigate through the breathtaking landscapes and conquer challenging terrains, it's essential to refuel yourself with delicious food and take refreshing pitstops. In this blog, we will explore some popular pitstops and food options that you can find along the way during your exhilarating ladakh trip by bike
. So, fasten your helmet and let's get started! 🚵 1. Leh: The Gateway to Ladakh 🏰🍜
Leh, the capital city of Ladakh, is the ideal starting point for your bike trip. Here, you'll find numerous cafes and restaurants offering a variety of cuisines to satisfy your taste buds and also add extra budget in ladakh bike trip cost
. Indulge in hearty Tibetan momos, thukpa (noodle soup), and delicious butter tea. Don't forget to visit the Leh Market for some local snacks and dry fruits to keep you energized on the road. 2. Magnetic Hill: A Mystical Stop 🧲📸
Located about 30 kilometers from Leh, Magnetic Hill is a unique phenomenon where vehicles appear to defy gravity. Take a break here, capture some Instagram-worthy pictures, and enjoy a quick snack from the local food stalls. Try some steaming hot samosas, pakoras, and chai to rejuvenate yourself. 3. Lamayuru: The Moonland 🌙🏞️
Lamayuru, known for its lunar-like landscapes, is a must-visit pitstop during your ladakh bike trip
. Explore the ancient Lamayuru Monastery and indulge in a traditional Ladakhi meal. Savor some delicious thukpa, momos, and the famous Ladakhi butter tea while enjoying the panoramic views of the moon-like terrain. 4. Kargil: A Historical Pause 🏰🔭
As you ride towards the majestic Zanskar Valley, make a pitstop at Kargil. This historically significant town offers a glimpse into the region's rich heritage. Treat yourself to some lip-smacking Kashmiri cuisine, such as Rogan Josh (spicy lamb curry) and Kashmiri pulao, at the local restaurants. Don't forget to sample the delectable apricot-based desserts. 5. Pangong Tso: Serene and Scenic 🌊🏞️
Pangong Tso, the enchanting high-altitude lake, is a popular destination among bikers. Marvel at the changing colors of the lake and take a moment to soak in its serenity and you must try these on delhi to ladakh bike trip package
. Here, you can relish piping hot Maggi noodles, momos, and freshly brewed coffee or tea. Enjoy these simple yet satisfying treats while surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of Pangong Tso. 6. Nubra Valley: Oasis in the Desert 🐫🌵
Nubra Valley, with its lush green villages and sand dunes, is a hidden gem of Ladakh. Take a break from your bike ride and explore the Hunder Sand Dunes, where you can enjoy a fun-filled camel ride. Treat yourself to authentic Ladakhi cuisine like skyu (thick noodle soup), apricot jam, and traditional Ladakhi butter tea.
Remember, these are just a few of the many amazing pitstops and food options you'll encounter on your leh ladakh bike trip from delhi
. The journey is as much about the food and pitstops as it is about the stunning landscapes. So, be open to trying local delicacies and immerse yourself in the rich cultural flavors of Ladakh. Enjoy the adventure and bon appétit! 🥘👨🍳🌄
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2023.06.06 15:53 ebradio Queens of the Stone Age Announce Tour with Phantogram, The Armed, Jehnny Beth, and Viagra Boys
2023.06.06 15:44 ron-swansons-bitch 1 Week in the Dolomites Itinerary - Looking for Feedback
My husband and I are planning a trip for ~1 week in the Dolomites at the end of August this year. I have put together the following Itinerary and would love any feedback/suggestions!
- Day 1: Arrive in Milan at 9am and pick up our rental car to drive to our hotel in Sesto (BergHotel)
- We may stop for lunch in Lake Garda, so any suggestions for a "must see" Lake Garda town or restaurant, please let me know!
- Day 2: Hike Lake Sorapis in the morning, followed by relaxing at the hotel in the afternoon/evening. We are planning to take advantage of Half Board and do most meals at the hotels, but please let me know if there are any "must do" restaurants in Sesto
- Day 3: Check out of the hotel and make our way over to Val Fiscalina to start our 2 day hut to hut hike
- Suggestions welcome on what to do with our rental car, either leave it at the hotel or I read there is a parking lot nearby (Moso). Not sure which is safesmarter to leave our rental car while we do our hike
- We are hiking to Rifugio Dreizinnenhütte where we will stay for the night (booked this already)
- Day 4: We will continue the hike all the way to Zsigmondy Hutte where we will stay for the night (booked this already)
- Suggestions welcome on if there are any smaller hikes we should do while in the area, or must see view points
- Day 5: Hike back down to our car and drive to Lago Di Braies, which is on the way to our hotel in Brixen (Santre Dolomythic Home)
- Suggestions welcome on any restaurants in Brixen, or if we should stick to our Half Board meals at the hotel
- Day 6: Drive to Ortisei and take the gondola up to see Seceda in the morning. We plan to have lunch at the top at Baita Sofie Hütte. The rest of the day we plan to spend relaxing at the hotel, but please let me know if we missed any "must see stops" in the area, as this is our last full day!
- Day 7: Drive back to Milan, likely leaving around 8am (not sure if we will have time to stop for lunch, as we need to make a 5pm flight to our next destination).
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2023.06.06 14:15 dinmythng babe wake up, new fishing technique just dropped
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2023.06.06 12:37 boutell New US CHAdeMO chargers in May 2023
Here are all of the new US CHAdeMO (Leaf fast-charging) stations that rolled out in May 2023,
according to the U.S. Department of Energy. There were 124 "new" CHAdeMOs added in May.
To put it in perspective, there were 112 CHAdeMO chargers added in April. I think the pace of CHAdeMO rollout has stabilized, while the pace of CCS rollout is still increasing. This makes sense given that only Nissan still makes a CHAdeMO car. Some of these chargepoints will be "refreshes,"
e.g. the provider replaced them with faster chargers etc. Some may be incorrect. This report is only as good as the Alternative Fuels Data Center data.
We all know that CHAdeMO is a legacy format and will eventually go away, but clearly Nissan and their partners are continuing to support it for the time being. This shouldn't be surprising. After all, you can still buy a new Leaf. If you'd like to know about new chargers along your routes right away, or reading these monthly reports is just frustrating in your state,
I've set up a free service that provides email notifications only when new stations actually open. You can sign up at evpov.com
. I built it to help EV owners like myself (especially my fellow Leaf owners). You can pick other plug types as well.
To streamline this post, multi-chargepoint locations are listed with the number of chargepoints first, so that's why the post is shorter than in previous months.
➡ CA (1) Fairfield Inn & Suites 8700 Spectrum Pkwy Bakersfield, CA 93308 (1) MOSSY CDJR DC 1 1875 Auto Park Ave Chula Vista, CA 91911 (3) DC CORRIDOR CHEVRON C DC 2 25032 W Dorris Ave Coalinga, CA 93210 (1) South Coast Collection (SoCo) 3303 Hyland Ave Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (1) SCPPA SCPPA CPE200T 1160 Nicole Ct Glendora, CA 91740 (1) Mojave Air & Spaceport (Building 1) 16922 Airport Blvd Mojave, CA 93501 (1) Albertsons 1345 (Morro Bay, CA) 730 Quintana Road Morro City, CA 93442 (1) CircleK - Palm Desert, CA 78005 Country Club Dr Palm Desert, CA 92211 (1) Hilton Garden Inn 20 Advantage Ct Sacramento, CA 95834 (1) BoA Hillcrest CA0-120 (San Diego, CA) 737 UNIVERSITY AVE San Diego, CA 92103 (1) WinCo Foods - Vacaville #60 855 Davis St Vacaville, CA 95687 ➡ CO (1) CITY OF ASPEN RIO GRANDE L3 427 Rio Grande Pl Aspen, CO 81611 (4) CSG EV BOULDER PL4 1500 Pearl St Boulder, CO 80302 (1) CircleK - Colorado City, CA 8950 S Interstate 25 Colorado City, CO 81004 (2) GPM INVESTMENTS 4590 DC1 8105 N Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80920 (2) KUM & GO CRAIG PL2 700 East Victory Way Craig, CO 81625 (1) DINO WELCOME DINOSAUR PL1 101 Stegosaurus Freeway Dinosaur, CO 81610 (2) PIKES PK CHARGE BA.CA.MI LLC #2 11027 US-24 Divide, CO 80814 (3) ANNEX SITE GEORGETOWN PL2 1120 Argentine Street Georgetown, CO 80444 (4) KUM & GO RIFLE PL4 705 Taugenbaugh Boulevard Rifle, CO 81650 (2) KUM & GO SB SPRINGS PL2 80 Anglers Drive Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 ➡ FL (1) JNKNS JACKSONVI DC FAST 2 11107 Atlantic Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32225 (1) Starbucks 9200 FL-228 Macclenny, FL 32063 (1) Ocean Cadillac 17800 Ipco Road Miami, FL 33162 (1) Sun Plaza 6339 W Colonial Dr Orlando, FL 32818 (1) BHY CHARGER 1 9915 E Adamo Dr Tampa, FL 33619 (1) Chase Bank - 5601 Red Bug Lake Rd 5601 Red Bug Lake Rd Winter Springs, FL 32708 ➡ GA (1) GEORGIA POWER EPICENTER DC1 135 riverside parkway SW Austell, GA 30168 (1) JACKSON EMC GAINESVILLE 1000 Dawsonville Highway Gainesville, GA 30501 ➡ IN (1) AVON HYUNDAI SALES 8775 E 36 Avon, IN 46123 (1) HOC CHARGERS CHARGER #1 4200 E 96th St Indianapolis, IN 46240 ➡ KS (1) HATCHETT FRONT_WEST 11200 E Central Ave Wichita, KS 67206 (1) HATCHETT BACK EAST 11330 E Central Ave Wichita, KS 67206 ➡ KY (1) JEFF WYLER FH EXPRESS 250 949 Burlington Pike Florence, KY 41042 ➡ MA (6) MASSPORT TNC 4 226 Porter St Boston, MA 02128 (2) MASSPORT TAXI 4 56 Harborside Dr Boston, MA 02128 ➡ MD (2) POTOMAC EDISON ROCKY GAP DC1 16701 Lakeview Rd NE Flintstone, MD 21530 ➡ ME (1) DARLINGS HYUNDA SALES CHARGER 2 439 Western Ave Augusta, ME 04330 (2) IRVINGOIL ME-FFLD-L3-0001 206 Center Rd Fairfield, ME 04937 (1) MOBIL ONTHEWAY STATION 1 1930 Lisbon Street Lewiston, ME 04240 (1) MOBIL ONTHEWAY STATION 2 1938 Lisbon St Lewiston, ME 04240 ➡ MI (1) Belle Isle DC Fast Charge 176 Lakeside Dr Detroit, MI 48207 (1) Evergetic Charging Spa 330 South Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard Lansing, MI 48915 ➡ MN (1) WINNER GAS BROOKDALE DR 1500 Brookdale Dr Minneapolis, MN 55444 ➡ NC (1) CAPE HATTERAS AVON PIER DCFC2 41001 North Carolina Hwy 12 Avon, NC 27915 (1) AEMC- AEMC HQ FAST 125 Cooperative Way Hertford, NC 27944 (1) Chestnut Arbor 2925 Weddington Matthews Rd Matthews, NC 28105 ➡ NE (1) ERNST CHARGER 1 EAC CHARGER 615 23rd St E Columbus, NE 68601 ➡ NJ (1) ShopRite Carteret - Wakefern #511 801 Roosevelt Ave Carteret, NJ 07008 (2) FREEHOLDHYUNDAI VERIZON 1 4075 9 Freehold Township, NJ 07728 (2) CLASS 3 CHARGER HYUNDAI-2 250 Rte 4 Paramus, NJ 07652 (1) CIRCLEAUTOGROUP CH- CPE250 1 641 Shrewsbury Ave Shrewsbury, NJ 07702 (1) ROUTE 1 HYUNDAI CPE-250-02 3905 US 1 South Brunswick Township, NJ 08852 (1) ROUTE 1 HYUNDAI RT1-01 3913 US-1 South Brunswick Township, NJ 08852 ➡ NY (1) AAA WESTCENTRAL DC FAST CHARGER 100 International Dr Amherst, NY 14221 (2) KEELER STATION 6 1111 Troy Schenectady Rd Latham, NY 12110 (1) LEXUSMIDDLETOWN STATION 1 3496 US-6 Middletown, NY 10940 (3) BOB JOHNSON BOB JOHNSON KIA 3817 W Henrietta Rd Rochester, NY 14623 ➡ OH (2) CRESTMONT DRIVECRESTMONT2 2961 Center Rd Brunswick, OH 44212 (1) Hampton Inn - Canton 5256 Broadmoor Cir NW Canton, OH 44709 (1) JEFF WYLER EXPRESS 250 Loop @ Far Hills Centerville, OH 45459 (1) DONWOODAUTO DW CHEVY 2 12916 OH-664 Logan, OH 43138 (1) JEFF WYLER CORP 4- DC FAST 401 Milford Pkwy Milford, OH 45150 (1) Friendship Kitchen 70 3800 E. State Rd. Port Clinton, OH 43452 (1) Friendship Kitchen 83 4024 Hayes Ave. Sandusky, OH 44870 ➡ OK (1) EDMOND HYUNDAI EDMOND 4 14137 N Broadway Ext Edmond, OK 73013 ➡ OR (1) PGE IBEW 48 15937 NE Airport Way Portland, OR 97230 ➡ PA (1) DOYLESTOWN 024B1000008033 4465 W Swamp Rd Doylestown, PA 18902 (2) LIBERTY CHARWASH PL 2 2595 Maryland Road Willow Grove, PA 19090 ➡ PR (2) BMW AUTOGERMANA CPE 250 PKNG 2 106 Calle Acuarela Guaynabo, PR 00969 (2) BMW AUTOGERMANA FTZ120KW-2 1086 Ave. Muñoz Rivera San Juan, PR 00919 ➡ SC (1) Travelers Rest Municipal Complex 125 Trailblazer Dr Travelers Rest, SC 29690 ➡ TN (4) I24 EXIT11 STATION 1 (LL) 701 Sango Road Clarksville, TN 37043 (2) DISTRICT 2 STATION 1 (L) 28 S Park Ave Hohenwald, TN 38462 (2) LAWRENCEBURG STATION 2 (R) 2347 Hwy 43 N Leoma, TN 38468 (1) MB OF MEMPHIS STATION 1 5401 Poplar Ave Memphis, TN 38119 ➡ TX (1) Plaza de Oro 4450 W Jefferson Blvd Dallas, TX 75211 ➡ UT (2) VOLVO CAR USA SANDY DC 2 56 W 9000 S Sandy, UT 84070 ➡ VA (2) KOONS HYUNDAI STATION 1 1880 Opitz Blvd Woodbridge, VA 22191 ➡ WA (2) HANSON MOTORS HM3 QUICKCHARGE 2300 Carriage Loop SW Olympia, WA 98502 (1) Walmart 2539 - Spokane Valley, WA 15727 E Broadway Ave Spokane Valley, WA 99037 (1) 7054 -Vancouver, WA 98664 (10314 SE Mill Plain Road) 13014 SE Mill Plain Rd Vancouver, WA 98684 ➡ WI (1) BERG HYUNDAI VLI-L3-PDI-4 2900 N Victory Ln Appleton, WI 54913 (1) Wheelers Chevrolet of Coloma 1978 Charles Way Coloma, WI 54930 (1) Wheelers Chevrolet GMC of Marshfield 2701 S. Maple Ave Marshfield, WI 54449
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2023.06.06 12:32 boutell New US CCS chargers report for May 2023
Here are all of the new US CCS (Level 3 fast-charging) stations that rolled out in May 2023,
according to the Department of Energy. These chargers are suitable for most new EVs on the market, except for:
Some of these chargepoints will be "refreshes,"
- Tesla drivers who haven't bought the official CCS adapter yet. Certain older Teslas need additional work done to accept the adapter.
- Leaf owners like me, and some owners of older cars that also use CHAdeMO. If you drive a Leaf, or an older CHAdeMO car, see my matching post in leaf.
e.g. the provider replaced them with faster chargers etc. Some may be incorrect. This report is only as good as the Alternative Fuels Data Center data. There were 222 CCS charge points added or refreshed in May 2023
, which is up from 171 in April. For comparison, there were only 74 new CCS charge points in May 2022. Things are speeding up. "What about CCS charging at Tesla superchargers?"
Tesla is in the process of rolling out their "magic dock" for non-Tesla cars, but so far in very few locations. If they start doing this at scale and reporting it to the Alternative Fuels Data Center then it will be reflected here. "What about Ford vehicles with NACS (Tesla) plugs?"
They are not on sale yet. Current-generation Ford vehicles have CCS plugs. The next generation will have NACS (Tesla) plugs, but will also support CCS via an adapter.
If you'd like to know about new chargers along your routes right away, or just prefer not to check this list monthly when new openings are rare in your area, I've set up a free service that provides email notifications as soon as they open. You can sign up at evpov.com
. Or not! I don't really have a business plan here, I built it to help EV owners like myself.
To streamline this post, multi-chargepoint locations are listed with the number of chargepoints first, so that's why the post is shorter than in previous months.
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2023.06.06 12:29 internetman5032 Several questions about the logic of FNAF.
- Since we know that Mike Schmidt is Michael Afton from FNAF 1, and he wants to be here, why does Jeremy Fitzgerald (the nightguard in FNAF 2) not leave after the first 2 Nights? He knows that the toy animatronics are able to move cause they are programmed that way, but what about the withered animatronics? I don't think $100.50 is enough motivation to risk my life.
- We know that Michael is around 15 by the time the Bite of '83 happens, so I am sure that he IS smart enough to know not to put a small child in the mouth of an animatronic, but he does it anyway. Why?
- Why did people still go to Freddy's after the Bite, and especially after the first MCI? The Bite could be considered an accident, but the MCI was clearly a murder. So would parents think logically and not come to that place again?
- Why was there no day shift employee during the Bite? William wasn't there and it isn't known if Henry was there. Also, it doesn't make sense to not have dayshift employees at Fredbear's, since the animatronics weren't equipped with the facial recognition tech.
- How did the Missing Children believe Afton? His lies are anything but creative, haven't they heard about the Phrase ''Stranger Danger?''. Yes, I know he was in a mascot suit, but still, the kids aren't 5 or 6, they are 11,12 and 13. That is an age where you know not to trust strangers.
- Weren't there any witnesses? Did literally no one see a 6'2 yellow bunny suit luring kids into a backroom?
- Why would someone reopen Freddy's for a 4th time in Security Breach? The only plausible reason is that Ms.Afton reopened it, but if she did, how would she find the money to build a VR Game, hire employees, build a multi-story mega mall and build the animatronics with such detailed programming?
- Isn't Cassidy tired of torturing William, like she has seen him die quite a bit, isn't it time to let it go now?
- Why did Afton have kids? We all know he doesn't care about them, so why?
- This is the last one, but did not a single parent or employee see Charlie outside of the Pizza Place? Also, why was the door locked, it's not like the restaurant was closed, there were still kids in there.
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