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2023.05.31 05:07 RN_214 SEL (non-premium) opinions!

Going to be looking at a 2023 SEL without the premium package tomorrow and wondering if anyone has any input. I can’t justify the price increase for the premium package. The sel has every option we need as a family and is well within our budget. Has anyone purchased a regular sel and regretted/or really love it?? I cross shopped for a telluride S trim.. but no power lift gate, 3 years free maintenance, and no digital key really turned me away from it.
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2023.05.31 05:05 Alive_Ferret_4338 40 (F4M) Looking for a curious emotionally intelligent soul

Hi everyone,
After seeing quite a number of people post here about themselves and what they are looking for, thought to also put myself out there. You never know! I really appreciate the honesty and vulnerability some people bring here.
About me:
I consider myself a community enthusiast. Seeing strangers connecting and helping each other and building a community warms my heart. I participate in some but also take a lot of joy in organizing such community events as a volunteer activity.
I'm a curious person and love to learn about a lot of things and about people. I want to know what makes people who they are and how did they get to where they did. I give lots of things a try and rarely say no to new experiences.
I'm passionate about environmental issues and sort of an activist in that field through my volunteer activities. I value support of local economy, and commitment to living a sustainable and resilience life. I'm keeping this very surface level as diving deep into this will need a lot more words.
I'm very close to my family, and spending time with them weekly is something I prioritize. I don't take the close relationship I have with my family for granted and I really appreciate what I have with them. I try try to be as present as I can with them and enjoy every moment. I also value having small number of close friendships and investing in them. Those friendships that are really your family.
My day job is a mix of management, stratey, and technical, which I very much enjoy. However I also have a big space for art and creativity in my life and appreciation different forms of art. I play music (flute), have done pottery for years, jewelry making and I have dabbled in various forms of art over yours. I enjoy going to live music performances or checking an exhibition or spending hours in an arts gallery.
Some other simple pleasures of mine are: walking or biking around in the city, and people watching while having a cup of coffee at the local coffee shop. Checking out a bookstore or spending time in the library. Going for a swim either in an outdoor pool or preferably a lake order a river. Spending time in the nature and going for hikes. Giving my time to the community and volunteering for causes I care about.
Even though I have lots of interest and things I'm involved with, I also really appreciate down time, spending time at home reading a good book or listening to a good podcast. Or even watching lots of Netflix on a lazy Sunday. Winter for me is more time to do that and in summer I tend to be more out and about.
What am I looking for:
I am an independent woman who is comfortable being single and not looking to jump into a relationship, but looking for the right connection. I'm looking for a companion in life, someone I can share my joy and sadness with (and do the same for them), and have common interest that we can both enjoy together. I spent a lot of time talking about who I am and my values, and it is very important for me to be with someone who I share some core values with.
I find curiosity and drive very attractive qualities. As I said earlier I'm someone who is very open to new experiences and I'm looking to share that with someone. And by that I mean even simple things such as hopping on our bikes and exploring the city on a Saturday. Not having an agenda and just being a tourist in our town.
I'm looking for someone who has things they are passionate about, doesn't have to be the same things I'm passionate about, but I would love to hear about your passion and I find that very attractive when someone really cares deeply about something. Even more attractive if that thing isn't just a video game but it is something that impacts and helps people in one way or another. No judgments about the video game lovers here :)
I also typically connect the best with people who are emotionally intelligent and know themselves and can articulate their feelings. I value open and honest communication in any relationship, romantic or not romantic, and I hope to meet someone who wants the same and not just in theory but actually practices it.
I'm hoping to meet someone who knows what they're looking for in a relationship and why. It surprises me how many people I've been on dates with don't really have an answer to that question. I've worked a lot on myself over years and looking for someone who also has done that and is not just looking for someone to fill a gap but to add real value to their life. Together we should make our lives more full.
I don't have any kids and I'm not sure if I want one in the future but not against it either. It has to be the right guy and the right time and I'm 40. So if you really want to have a kid, and it's not negotiable for you, probably I'm not the right person for you. I'm also willing to date people who have kids. I have great relationships with my nieces and friends kids.
Deal breakers:
My main deal breaker is smoking. Personally I hate the smell and secondly it's not a habit that I appreciate in a partner. Arrogance and narcissism are also things that are my deal breakers but I don't think anyone really would admit to be one. It is just something I watch for on dates.
This ended up to be much longer than I thought. Thanks for reading it if you got this far :) if you think we might be a good match or even just have a good conversation and see if we connect, write me a line.
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2023.05.31 04:53 Ok-Student-9078 24 [m4f] Inner Loop - Hot summer fling

I'm looking for someone who'd be down to meet regularly and fuck. I'd like this to be long-term. We could also hang out and do other stuff, go places, and whatnot. I'm not opposed to a one time thing, but ideally, we'd be friends that fuck, lol. I'm looking for someone inside the loop (610) who can host. To be clear: I can't host, so you'd have to be able to. I enjoy doing things like hitting up coffee shops, going to museums, concerts, light workouts, movies and video games. I'm 5'8" and 166 pounds (currently in the process of losing some) and I'm a white/hispanic mix. I'm looking for someone in the age range of 18-35 for this. If you're interested, chat me!
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2023.05.31 04:49 Ace_acidfunguy1222 Hair raising “puckwudgie” story

I live in Massachusetts. In a town within the Bridgewater triangle. There is a lot of folklore about things that dwell in the forests within the triangle.
Puckwudgies are little people that once lived among the Wampanoag Native Americans that once called the area home. They’re described as short shape shifting pranksters, usually around 2-4 feet tall, that mess with people who enter the forest at certain times and have features of doglike goblins usually with bright red eyes. It is said that when you lock eyes with the creature you are cursed & it will follow you and taunt you.
I worked maintenance with an older man who was seeing a woman who was part Native American. One day I went by his house and we all sat at his table smoking and talking. The forest was brought up and we began sharing stories.
She was a tough woman with a no bullshit personality. She worked the paper route delivering news papers so she would have to be out around 2:30AM.
Halfway through her shift she pulled up to a house that she always pulls up to with the same giant pine tree in the front yard off to the side near the wood line. She said when she looked up she glanced at the tree. But when she looked she noticed something standing Next to it.
It was a short creature. She described it as having the legs of a kangaroo & the face of a wolf with red glowing eyes.
Now usually if I were to hear this story from anyone I would probably laugh and not believe it. But there was something in the way she said it, her facial expression and the way she swore to me that she saw this creature. Not to mention her serious personality.
I told her a believed her, and I really did. I found my hairs raising on my arms and behind my neck. I was spooked.
Fast forward a 6 or 7 months. I’m at the coffee shop my girlfriend works at. I was having a conversation with a few of the “regulars” a couple of old men in their 70’s that visit daily and talk among each other while enjoying some coffee. We were taking about hunting & the forest was brought up. The man became serious and told me to make sure I’m armed when I go in there.
I asked if he had any experiences In the forest. He had many and shared a few hair raising stories. But there was one that stuck out and made me feel sick.
He said a few weeks back he was heading to Maine to meet up with a friend for hunting. He was on the highway that runs along the forest early in the morning before the sun came up. He told me he saw two small creatures run across the highway. The first was going to fast but he caught a glimpse of the second one.
He said it had short arms and feet like Jack rabbit. With hair sticking up on its back . And last second it turned and looked at him. It had a dog like face & it’s eyes reflected a bright red.
I was in shock. I believed the Native American woman before but this really solidified it for me. I shared the story with him and he wasn’t surprised he just warned me to be careful whenever I go in there.
Thank you for taking the time to read my story. I listen to your content all the time & I really enjoy it, keep it coming!
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2023.05.31 04:37 midnight8878 Approached in a coffee shop

Today I was sitting in a coffee shop during my lunch break. A guy came up to me out of nowhere and started talking to me. We instantly connected and he even guessed my ethnicity correctly which is pretty rare. He asked for my number. He still hasn’t texted me and I’m sitting here upset that I didn’t get his number, in case I said it to him wrong because I was nervous. I finally felt like I could start dating by meeting people out in the wild instead of trying online dating, and then this happened. Feeling down :( in the future would I take his number too? New to this..
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2023.05.31 04:35 Panda_Universe21 6 months.

I’ve liked you for 6 months now, and I have a feeling you might know already. It’s not like I’ve exactly been hiding it.
I think about you every day. I’ve given you the code word “Moon.” I watch your Instagram close friends story, fangirl over every selfie you post, and when I’m on Spotify, I can see what songs you’re listening to.
I wonder if you think of me as much as I think of you. But that’s the painful part of having a crush, isn’t it? The overthinking, analyzing my every interaction with you, not to mention the big chance you don’t like me back.
I know that you like the moon, ladybugs, and boygenius. I know that you like to sit in the lawn on campus and soak in the sun (sometimes with me). I know you like dying your hair and your tattoo and the honey lavender latte from the coffee shop a few blocks away. I wonder if you’ve listened enough to know the things that I like.
My therapist once asked if I’ll regret not telling you my feelings. And she’s right. So I’m building up the courage to tell you in July. Maybe when I tell you, you’ll tell me that you’ve known for a long while now. Maybe you’ll reciprocate my feelings and this’ll be the start of something new. Maybe you won’t reciprocate and we’ll become strangers.
I’ve liked you for 6 months now, and I have a feeling you might know already. I just desperately want to know if you feel the same.
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2023.05.31 04:35 Trick-Ordinary8393 trip report 9 days/8 nights Tokyo Nikko Kyoto Osaka Nara

Because I learned so much from reading other itinerary/trip reports here, I wanted to share our experience.
Beforehand: AT&T – signed up for international day pass which meant $10/day for first person on the plan and $5/day for the others, for the first 10 days of each month or maybe billing cycle. Worked well and allowed us to split up when needed. Bought Tokyo Metro Pass (about $11/day, well worth it for us for 3 days) and JR pass on line from Klook prior to trip in time for them to mail the JR pass voucher to my home. We also bought a limousine airport bus ticket ahead of time from Klook but see below. Picked up Tokyo Metro Pass by showing QR code to the machine at metro station (instant and easy) and went to Shinjuku JR station to pick up JR passes (show passports, ok to pick up passes days before you want them activated) in person and make seat reservations for the long shinkansen trips and for the Tobu Nikko trip (paid the extra fee to Tobu staff when we arrived in Nikko). It was helpful to have determined exactly which train we wanted seat reservations for (train number, time, and date) beforehand. Ask for Mt. Fuji side if going Tokyo to Osaka/Kyoto. JapanTravel app is great for checking train times. Do give yourself enough time to transfer – the app will give you 10 minutes, say, to transfer from metro to JR trains and given the size of the stations and having to swipe in and out of the stations, and being confused about where to go, you probably need more time. If you have an iPhone, add virtual Suica card to your wallet. Was incredibly easy to use and saved us from having to top up at kiosks or buy tickets. Used it to grab drinks from machines, at 7-11, etc. But, it was a little tricky to set up for some of us – you may have to try Amex or Mastercard if Visa doesn’t work. Once, it didn’t work the first day but worked the second day when we tried again, so definitely do this at least a few days prior to the trip. Get some cash and plan to stop at ATMs (we used 7-11) often because cash is king there. We did not make any reservations so that we could be flexible with our plans. All the food was excellent and we rarely waited long (we would just look for another place if a line was long). Of course, do the visit Japan web website at least 3 days prior to the trip and get your QR codes for customs and immigration. Screenshot these as well. If you can keep yourself to a carry on size bag, it will make finding lockers and taking the shinkansen much easier. Break in those shoes. We walked 11-12 miles every day.
Tokyo for <= 3 days. We stayed in Shinjuku and tried to cluster our activities when we could: Northeast: Kappabashi street to check out the beautiful knives and kitchenware, and buy some lovely chopsticks Asakusa Shrine: beautiful but we did not go in because we were there for the Sanja Matsuri festival; crowded but a lot of fun watching the golden shrines bounced up and down the street, and we still got to sample foods from the food stalls. Thought about returning for evening, but never made it there. Akihabara: this was on my if-we-have-extra-time list; so glad we made it because it was a real highlight. Playing retro arcade games (Super Potato Retro shop), watching the real pros compete in the huge multistory gaming center buildings; walked over the Owl Café but should have made reservations a week before if we had wanted to go. Went to a bonsai market garden center in Ueno which was kind of interesting. Ochanomizu Gakkitengai for guitars and other musical instruments. Didn’t do SkyTree, did go to Ameyoko market which I thought was just ok. East: Fukagawa Fudo-do Temple: Goma Ritual, drumming, prayers, fire; service lasts about 30 minutes. Take a look around the temple’s other rooms also. Multiple times daily. Hat Coffee: we did not go but I’d have loved to see the 3D lattes Southeast: Tsukiji outer market (we had a Klook voucher for limousine bus tickets to take us right to the hotel to drop off our bags, but we got through immigration quickly and waited around until 6 am when the ticket counter was supposed to open, but it didn’t open and the info desk told us it wouldn’t open for another hour, plus first bus wasn’t until 7:30 am– so rather than waiting around the airport for hours, we ended up going straight to the market on the monorail and the metro using our Suica card, getting there at 6:20 am). It might sound early, but we had such a wonderful visit to the market at 6:20 am, dropping our bags in a locker at the metro (some take coins but we found ones that took our Suica (virtual Suica was in our Apple wallet); there are also lockers at Plat Tsukiji). Enjoyed the market and excellent coffee at Yonemoto, then lined up at 8:30 for wonderful meal at Tsukiji Koromo Sushi. Fantastic experience being able to look closely at everything at the market and make our purchases. By the time we left breakfast, though, it was wall to wall people, long lines, too crowded to really check out the stalls, and a much different experience. We were glad we had gone early. We even came back (at 7 am) two days later to enjoy more food stalls and sample the fatty tuna at Maguroya Kurogin (worth it despite the line). West: Shibuya 109: go downstairs to food area and find the whipped cream vending machine next to the escalator. Bring cash! Shibuya Sky: we did not have tickets and they were sold out, but during the day we went to the floor below and walked through the art gallery to have a beautiful view of the scramble crossing. At night, we went one floor below that to a lounge to take in the free view. Everywhere: Don Quijote; bought all the candy. Very fun running around trying to determine what was in each package. Thankful for Google Translate. Walked through beautiful Yoyogi Park to the Meiji-jingu Shrine. Saw some of a wedding ceremony. Beautiful. Then walked through Harajuku which was crowded and lively. Didn’t really see eccentric clothes and fashion, but lots of restaurants and snacks and fun resale shops. Did not get to Shibuya Nonbei Yokocho. Did stop in at Omoide Yokocho in Shinjuku and enjoy an early drink; would recommend getting there early since was already packed. Also lots of smoking in the izakayas, which made it less enjoyable for us. Enjoyed a walk through Golden Gai also. There are many areas of Shinjuku other than these for nightlife and restaurants. If there is a long line, go elsewhere. So much excellent food. If you like electronics, check out the 11 buildings of Yodabashi camera. Also ate at Uobei Shibuya for fast fun conveyer belt sushi. Line moved quickly. Great value too.
Then we took the Tobu Nikko line to Nikko (direct from Shinjuku so saved time and transfers with our bags). Cost a little more since JR pass didn’t cover fully. You could just take JR but there were more connections. Checked into Ryokan Nikko Hoshinoyado. Enjoyed Kanmangafuchi Abyss and the Toshugu shrines (buy tickets at the train station to avoid the lines at the shrine). Highly recommend this ryokan. Great public onsen (not busy, mostly empty, indoor and outdoor options) and phenomenal dinner. Surprised by wonderful breakfast also. After one night, metro and shinkansen to Kyoto (nice view of Mt. Fuji; enjoyed an ekiben on the train that we got at Tokyo station).
In Kyoto, walked Gion/Shimbashi street and had dinner at Pontocho first night. Many maiko sightings from across from the Ichiriki Tea House as dusk fell. Second day got 7 am start to be at Arashiyama bamboo grove early (peaceful) and then over to Golden Pavilion by 9 when it opened. Still very crowded, but fun and beautiful. We took cabs to the bamboo grove (30 minutes instead of 60) and then over to the Golden Pavilion because buses required connections and much longer travel time when we were trying to beat the crowds. After those two cabs, we just took buses around. Went to monkey park which was great and the had obanzai lunch at Gyatei (upstairs on the left, excellent) followed by walk to Gio-Ji temple (moss garden) and then through the Okochi Sanso Villa; then walked around the Arashiyama shopping streets. If you do the bamboo grove very early, be aware that all of the temples on that beautiful historic street nearby are closed that early. Nishiki market then dinner in Pontocho. Third day, started at Kiyomizu-Dera (check out Tainai-meguri, a symbolic womb of a female bodhisattva – we were pressed for time and the next schedule wasn’t for 30 minutes so we couldn’t stay), walked down Ninen-zaka and sannen-Zaka streets and then bus over to lunch at Izusen for shojin-ryori (you could get reservations, but we just got there early and were lucky to get in) and a walk around Daitokuji temple complex. There is a wonderful new zen bonsai garden in the Hoshun-in sub temple. Staff at other sub temples told us that that garden wasn’t open but when we got there it was. Check Instagram for opening times. After another visit to Nishiki market, we walked the Fushimi Inari Shrine into the evening and then back to Pontocho for dinner.
Train to Osaka. Went straight to Okonomiyaki Chitose which was excellent and a bit away from the main food areas; tried to get there for 11 am but went the wrong direction on the shinkansen rushing to the unreserved cars ((at the front of the shinkansens, by the way, usually cars 1-3 or similar). Also be aware of what platform to be at, but also that you are getting on the correct train. We almost took a 10:01 train when we should have waited for the 10:03 train at the same platform. Similarly, you might find that the JapanTransit app asks you to get off on platform 16 and then get on a train at that same moment at platform 16. Do it — it is asking you to go from an express to a local train). Because we didn’t arrive until 11:45, we were in an hour long line to get in. It was excellent though. Spent the rest of the day at Don Quijote and all of the many endless food and shopping streets near Namba and ended at Dotonbori. Conveyer belt sushi close to the river but upstairs so harder to find – surprisingly not crowded when the other places on the river were all mobbed.
Next day train to Nara, a few hours there exploring the Daibutsuden Hall and Todaiji temple and feeding the bowing deer, fantastic lunch at izakaya なら酒蔵なべ At 34-1 Imamikadocho, Nara, and then to Kyoto for the shinkansen to Tokyo for the airport.
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2023.05.31 04:33 Grevious47 Monthly Budget for Family of Four in USA VHCOL Area

Sharing my monthly data-driven budget for criticism, ideas or just to provide an example.
Income: 300k/yr, 25k/mo
Taxes/Medical: $64k, $5347/mo
After tax (AT): $19,653/mo

Breaking it out by category:

Housing: $4410 (22% AT)
Mortgage: $2385 (purchase 8y ago 3% APR)
Property Tax: $600
Home Insurance: $150
Utilities: $350
House Cleaning: $425
Home Maintenance: $500 (estimated based on 1.5% of home value not including land value)

Vehicles (two cars): $2035 (10% AT)
Car payment: $1270
Car Insurance: $125
Gas: $150
Service/Parts: $230
Parking: $250
Registration: $10

Entertainment: $550 (3% AT)
Internet: $60
Phone: $35 (two lines)
Subscriptions: $55 (Netflix/Prime)
General Entertainment: $100
Vacation: $300

Food and Drink: $1600 (8% AT)
Groceries (includes some household items): $1000
Restaurant: $200
Fast Food: $150
Coffee: $100
Alcohol: $150

Kids (two young kids): $750 (4% AT)
Child-care: $425 (summer camp only)
Activities: $200 (based on $2400 a year)
General Supplies: $125

Shopping: $1000 (5% AT)
Clothes $300 (based on annual expenditure)
Electronics (replace computers/phones/screens every 5 years): $100
Shopping (Amazon/general and household items): $600

Other: $700 (4% AT)
General medical expenses (based on annual expense): $250
Charity: $200/mo
Pet: $100/mo
Haircuts: $50/mo
Life Insurance: $100/mo


401k: $4583
Roth IRA: $1083
HSA: $625
529: $800
Brokerage: $1100
Child Dependant Care FSA: $417
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2023.05.31 04:30 tywally99 Tablet experts please help... Looking for new tablet.. which one?

Hi all! I currently work a trades job and just finished my real estate course. I will use the tablet for practical use not so much on the jobsite but more at home lounging and a ton on the field at open houses, or at coffee shops. Will need for zoom meetings etc. Realtor duties.
The catch.
I have a PC at home triple monitor setup adjustable desk with a 3k computer. I will do most intensive work at my computer. But on the fly and lapability will be on the tablet.
Looking at the Surface Pro, iPad 10 or 9? maybe air. I cant get over the ugly screen on the 10. or the samsmung s8 tablet. I do love apple products and am a shareholder. But dont want to get trapped by the brand value on this one, unless it truly is the sensible option.

Thanks all<3!
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2023.05.31 04:25 Grevious47 Monthly Budget for Family of Four in USA VHCOL Area

Sharing my monthly data-driven budget both for criticism, ideas or just to provide an example.
Income: 300k/yr, 25k/mo
Taxes/Medical: $64k, $5347/mo
After tax (AT): $19,653/mo

Breaking it out by category:

Housing: $4410 (22% AT)
Mortgage: $2385 (purchase 8y ago 3% APR)
Property Tax: $600
Home Insurance: $150
Utilities: $350
House Cleaning: $425
Home Maintenance: $500 (estimated based on 1.5% of home value not including land value)

Vehicles (two cars): $2035 (10% AT)
Car payment: $1270
Car Insurance: $125
Gas: $150
Service/Parts: $230
Parking: $250
Registration: $10

Entertainment: $550 (3% AT)
Internet: $60
Phone: $35 (two lines)
Subscriptions: $55 (Netflix/Prime)
General Entertainment: $100
Vacation: $300

Food and Drink: $1600 (8% AT)
Groceries (includes some general household items): $1000
Restaurant: $200
Fast Food: $150
Coffee: $100
Alcohol: $150

Kids: $750 (4% AT)
Child-care: $425 (summer camp only)
Activities: $200 (based on $2400 a year)
General Supplies: $125

Shopping: $1000 (5% AT)
Clothes $300 (based on annual expenditure)
Electronics (replace computers/phones/screens every 5 years): $100
Shopping (Amazon/general and household items): $600

Other: $700 (4% AT)
General medical expenses (based on annual expense): $250
Charity: $200/mo
Pet: $100/mo
Haircuts: $50/mo
Life Insurance: $100/mo


401k: $4583
Roth IRA: $1083
HSA: $625
529: $800
Brokerage: $1100
Child Dependant Care FSA: $417
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2023.05.31 04:22 relaxawhile 47 [M4F] #Phoenix, AZ…Just be yourself. Let’s get to know one another and see where this takes us.

I’m a 5’10, attractive, very fit, and adventurous guy living in the deserts of Arizona. I enjoy intelligent, witty conversations, and playful banter. I’m successful in my profession but I feel that I’m more blessed have found something that I’m both good at and truly enjoy. Life is too short to hate your daily grind! Hikes, bike-riding, and swimming are just some of the ways I enjoy our amazing Arizona weather. When I’m not outdoors, you can find me doing Crossfit to take my mind of all the madness happening in our world right now.
I’m looking for a woman that’s open minded, intelligent, and sensual (when the time is right and the connection has been built). You enjoy staying active and fit, not just for the physical benefits, but for the mental calmness it brings as well. You’re someone that no one would ever suspect to be “here,” but yet here you are…here WE are…Let’s navigate these murky waters together…
At the end of the day, mutual attraction, passion, and communication are key in all of “this.” It would be refreshing to meet someone who is as intriguing over a morning cup of coffee as they are at happy hour at the local bar...a highly intellectual and flirtatious conversation is just a stimulating as any physical aspect and should be considered the highest form foreplay.
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2023.05.31 04:21 alantinostudio Linen Short Sleeve Dress With V Neck Premium Linen Clothing - Etsy Canada

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2023.05.31 04:21 natwest96 living/dining room suggestions

living/dining room suggestions
Just got the keys to my first place and unsure what kind of furniture to look for and how to go about the layout. Things like sofa placement and tv? coffee table? what kind of dining table/chairs any rugs? Any Plants? Lamps etc..
For example if i decided to have a sofa under the stairs facing a tv on the opposite wall, how would best make use of the space on other side of the fire place by the window.
Starting entirely from scratch and the only possessions coming with me to consider are my turntable and record collection / speakers.
Appreciate any suggestions in advance!
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2023.05.31 04:06 endthenet Scorched earth - Day 122

Scorched earth policy: No internet. No TV. No Movies. No videogames. No podcasts. No audiobooks. No news.
Despite my life currently being in complete shambles due to the ongoing tax audit and the levying of my entire bank account, I have an incredible sense of positivity. It's as though I possess an unwavering belief in my capacity to conquer any challenge. Even when I objectively analyze my situation and recognize the nightmarish scenario, I am not worried at all. It feels as if life is deliberately throwing obstacles at me, attempting to divert me from this path. Nevertheless, I refuse to allow it to happen. I am wholly committed. To optimize my efforts, I have allotted 10 hours each day for essential activities like eating, sleeping, and going to the gym. This leaves me with 14 hours of uninterrupted focus, amounting to 98 hours per week. With such a significant amount of time allocated, I feel like I can surpass all challenges before me. I am prepared to outwork everyone, utilizing this time to my advantage. Surprisingly, I haven't experienced burnout as one might expect. In fact, I feel far less burnt out now than when I used to squander my spare time on the internet, indulging in useless distractions that wasted away my life. I will never return to that state. Furthermore, I have made the decision to never work for anyone else again. It's either success on my own terms or facing the possibility of homelessness until I achieve it. This is an all-or-nothing endeavor for me, and I am wholly committed to seeing it through. The absolute worst-case scenario in front of me is that I may find myself sleeping in my truck, utilizing gym showers, and setting up shop in local coffee houses. Despite these challenges, my determination to pursue my business goals fuels my resolve. The government may have access to my bank account, but they cannot take away my truck. With the way I see it, there is practically no conceivable way to stop me. I feel more alive now than I have in years.
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2023.05.31 04:05 ivychen300 Wireless Inductive Charging Pad Market to Witness Robust Expansion by 2023

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This Insight Report provides a comprehensive analysis of the global Wireless Inductive Charging Pad landscape and highlights key trends related to product segmentation, company formation, revenue, and market share, latest development, and M&A activity. This report also analyzes the strategies of leading global companies with a focus on Wireless Inductive Charging Pad portfolios and capabilities, market entry strategies, market positions, and geographic footprints, to better understand these firms' unique position in an accelerating global Wireless Inductive Charging Pad market.
This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of Wireless Inductive Charging Pad market by product type, application, key manufacturers and key regions and countries.
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2023.05.31 04:02 bradporter89 Issues with my new Golf

Issues with my new Golf
I'm new to the VW world as I just purchased my first one a few weeks ago. I got a 2016 Golf S. I love this car a lot after only having it a short amount of time. However, there are already some issues and I wanted to see if anyone else maybe have had a similar issue or experience.
1) I'm getting an error "Keyless Start Faulty" on the dash. Beeps when I first get in, when I'm speeding up and slowing down, etc. I did some research and had a shop do some diagnostics. They told me there is an antenna behind the bumper cover that receives data from the key fob. This was also one of the possible things I found researching it myself.
2) I was also getting the EPC light on the dash. Looking that up said it could be something minor all the way to something major. After diagnostics, they are telling me there is an issue with the turbo assembly and it needs to be replaced.
I bought it from a used car dealer, so I don't have a manufacturer warranty. There are still some warranties that are active on this specific car based on the VIN, but none that cover the above two issues. I have since purchased an extended warranty with Olive. I know it won't cover me now, but figured it might help for the future.
I'm pretty sure the previous owner knew about the turbo issue and most likely didn't want to spend the money to fix it, so they traded it in. I also believe the person who sold it to me didn't disclose the issue with the turbo, but that's my fault for not doing more due diligence. I'll live with it.
*FYI - besides the two issues above, the car is in amazing condition and passed all other checks.
Have any other Golf owners out there had one or both of these issues? Are there other issues or things I should keep an eye on? Any tips?
Thanks in advance.
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2023.05.31 04:01 PurpleSolitudes All Details About Ship7

All Details About Ship7
Ship7 is a package forwarding service that enables customers to shop from US online stores and have their purchases shipped to international addresses. Ship7 provides customers with a US mailing address which they can use as their shipping address when making purchases from US retailers. Once the item is received at the Ship7 warehouse, the company will forward it to the customer's international address. This service allows customers to easily purchase items from US-based online stores that may not offer international shipping or may charge high shipping rates for international deliveries. Ship7 ships packages to over 220 countries around the world and offers additional services such as package consolidation, repackaging, and storage.

How does Ship7 work?

Ship7 works by providing customers with a US mailing address which they can use as their shipping address when making purchases from US retailers. Here are the steps involved:
  1. Sign up: Customers need to sign up for an account with Ship7 and get a unique US mailing address.
  2. Shop: Customers can then shop online at US-based stores and use their Ship7 address as the shipping address during checkout.
  3. Receive packages: Once the package arrives at the Ship7 warehouse, the company will notify the customer via email and upload the details of the package to the customer's account.
  4. Choose shipping method: Customers can choose the shipping method that best suits their needs and budget. Ship7 offers various shipping options such as DHL, FedEx, USPS, and more.
  5. Pay for shipping: Customers pay for the shipping charges, which depend on the weight, dimensions, and destination of the package. The company provides an estimate of the shipping charges using their shipping calculator on their website.
  6. Package forwarding: After payment is confirmed, Ship7 will forward the package to the customer's international address.
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What countries does Ship7 ship to?

Ship7 ships packages to over 220 countries around the world. This includes most countries in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceania. To check if Ship7 ships to a specific country, customers can visit the company's website and view the list of supported countries on their homepage. Customers can also contact Ship7's customer service team for more information about shipping to specific destinations.

What are the shipping rates for Ship7?

Ship7's shipping rates depend on several factors, including the weight, dimensions, and destination of the package. Customers can use Ship7's shipping calculator on their website to get an estimate of the shipping charges for their package. Shipping rates may vary depending on the shipping carrier chosen by the customer and any additional services provided by Ship7, such as package consolidation or repackaging. It is important to note that customers are responsible for paying any customs duties or taxes that may be applicable when the package arrives at its final destination. Customers should check with their local customs office for more information about any potential duties or taxes before ordering their packages.

What payment methods does Ship7 accept?

Ship7 accepts various payment methods, including credit and debit cards, PayPal, and wire transfers. The company accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover credit and debit cards. Customers can also use their PayPal account to pay for shipping charges. For wire transfer payments, customers must contact Ship7's customer service team for instructions on how to proceed with the payment. It is important to note that customers are responsible for any fees associated with their chosen payment method, such as currency conversion or wire transfer fees.
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Does Ship7 provide any additional services?

Yes, Ship7 provides a variety of additional services, including:
  1. Consolidation: Ship7 can consolidate multiple packages from different stores into one shipment, which can save you money on shipping costs.
  2. Package storage: Ship7 offers free package storage for up to 180 days, which can be useful if you're waiting for more packages to arrive before consolidating them.
  3. Repackaging: If your package arrives damaged or in oversized packaging, Ship7 can repack it for you to ensure that it's properly protected during shipping.
  4. Insurance: Ship7 offers optional insurance coverage for your packages, so you can have peace of mind knowing that you're covered if anything goes wrong during transit.
  5. Personal shopper: If you're having trouble ordering from a particular store or need help finding a specific item, Ship7 offers a personal shopping service to assist you.

How long does it take for Ship7 to deliver packages?

The delivery time for packages shipped with Ship7 can vary depending on a variety of factors, including the destination country, shipping method, and any customs processing delays.
Ship7 offers various shipping methods such as economy, standard, and express, with varying delivery times.
In general, economy shipping can take 2-6 weeks for delivery, standard shipping can take 1-4 weeks, while express shipping can take 3-5 business days. However, these delivery times are estimates and not guaranteed.
It's also important to note that customs processing times can vary significantly by country and can add additional time to the delivery process. Ship7 provides tracking information for all shipments so you can monitor the progress of your package and get an estimated delivery date.
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What is Ship7's return policy?

Ship7 has a flexible return policy that allows customers to return their purchases to Ship7's warehouse in the United States. Here are the key points of Ship7's return policy:
  1. Returns must be initiated within 30 days of package delivery.
  2. Customers are responsible for the cost of shipping the item back to Ship7's warehouse in the United States.
  3. Once the item is received by Ship7, they will inspect it and process the return.
  4. If the item is found to be in new and unused condition with the original packaging and tags still attached, a full refund will be issued for the purchase price of the item.
  5. If the item is found to have been used or damaged, only a partial refund may be issued.
  6. Ship7 charges a $5 processing fee per returned package, which will be deducted from the refund amount.
It's important to note that each store has its own return policies, so customers should check the return policy of the store where they made the purchase before shipping the item back to Ship7.

Is ship7 legit?

Yes, Ship7 is a legitimate company that provides international shipping services. They have been in business since 2014 and have established themselves as a reputable provider of package forwarding services.
Ship7 has a physical warehouse located in the United States and uses reputable carriers such as DHL, FedEx, and USPS to deliver packages. They offer tracking information for all shipments and provide optional insurance coverage for additional protection during transit.
In addition, Ship7 has a responsive customer service team that is available to assist customers with any questions or concerns they may have. They offer multiple channels of communication, including live chat, email, and phone support.
Overall, based on their track record and customer feedback, Ship7 appears to be a legitimate and trustworthy option for international shipping.
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Is Ship7 reliable?

Ship7 has a good reputation for reliability and customer satisfaction. They have been providing international shipping services since 2014 and have established themselves as a trusted provider in the industry.
Ship7 uses reputable carriers such as DHL, FedEx, and USPS to deliver packages, and provides tracking information so customers can monitor the status of their shipment. In addition, they offer optional insurance coverage for packages to provide extra protection during transit.
Ship7 also has a responsive customer service team that is available to assist customers with any questions or concerns they may have. They have a live chat feature on their website, as well as email and phone support.
Of course, no shipping provider is perfect, and there may be occasional issues with delays or lost packages. However, based on customer reviews and ratings, Ship7 appears to be a reliable and trustworthy option for international shipping.

Is ship7 safe?

Yes, Ship7 takes various measures to ensure the safety and security of its customers' packages. Here are some of the ways that Ship7 ensures safe package delivery:
  1. Secure warehouse: Ship7's warehouse in the United States is equipped with advanced security systems, including surveillance cameras and access control to prevent unauthorized entry.
  2. Package tracking: Ship7 provides tracking information for all shipments, which allows customers to monitor the progress of their package and receive updates on its location and status.
  3. Optional insurance coverage: Ship7 offers optional insurance coverage for packages, providing extra protection against loss or damage during transit.
  4. Repackaging and consolidation: Ship7 offers repackaging and consolidation services, which can help protect packages and reduce the risk of damage during shipping.
  5. Responsive customer service: In the event of any issues with a shipment, Ship7's customer service team is available to assist customers and resolve problems as quickly as possible.
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Ship7 has established itself as a reliable and trustworthy provider of international shipping services. They have a physical warehouse located in the United States and use reputable carriers to deliver packages. Additionally, they have a responsive customer service team and offer optional insurance coverage for added protection during transit. If you're looking to shop online from US-based stores and need a way to get your purchases delivered internationally, Ship7 is definitely worth considering.
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2023.05.31 03:51 GeneralFig6053 Dating advice for people not interested in using dating apps

I keep seeing many posts asking where to meet people without dating apps. I’ve always used this and it has always worked for me so I thought I’d make a post .
First off you need to date with intent. Which means you need to be very clear on exactly what you are after and the kind of person you are after.
This is important as you will end finding what/who you are after a lot faster than just the standard going to clubs or bars .
Grab a pen and write down what kind of person you are attracted to , what are their hobbies , habits , occupation etc .
For example if you are a girl , you might be attracted to outgoing men who love , fashion , coffee , maybe they enjoy hiking and building stuff or repairing things around the house .
For guys , maybe you like introverted girls , who’s a home body , likes reading , cooking and is maybe a school teacher and plays an instrument and collects antics .
The above examples are quite detailed but this level of detail is needed to paint an accurate picture . Once you have this level of details . Start thinking of all the places this person would go to and go to these places .
For the example of the guy : you can go to areas with trendy coffee shops , google where they make the best coffee in your city . Browse men fashion stores which matches the style of the person you want . Join hiking groups , go to stores for building and repair supplies. Go to manufacturing expo or conventions .
For the girl in the example I gave . Go to antic stores and flea markets, go to live music bars or concerts in your area . Volunteer at your local schools or churches . Join cooking classes or book clubs , this can even be online clubs and classes . I’ve seen chef doing zoom cooking classes where they give you a list of ingredients and wine to pair and you all do the classes via zoom .
My point is if you follow this , it’s a lot easier and more efficient thank just going to a bar and it’s very much tailored to the kind of person you are attracted to .
Hope this helps 😊
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2023.05.31 03:51 Ozzie_Ali Altitude Coffee

Nice coffee, nice seating. Located inside a bicycle shop.
Altitude Coffee
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2023.05.31 03:48 Carefreestylin this coffee shop near my school sells something very close to orange Joe

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2023.05.31 03:40 Ordinary-Agency734 How Many Former Vegetarians? Also: Stigma Around Meat Eating

How many of you are former vegetarians? I started eating meat over the last two years and it has made a tremendous difference in my fitness. I also feel a noticeable difference eating animal protein vs strictly plant based protein.
I'm currently living at home for a few months during a life transition and finding it ridiculous that I have to hide it from my parents. I work from home and often get out for a cup of coffee and working session at a coffee shop. I typically buy a chicken breast or salmon on the way back and hide it in my bag so I can eat in my bedroom. Just a couple more months before I am on my own again and I can't wait.
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