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2023.05.29 03:07 -my-name-because- Cbd for chemo
Hey I have a question about cbd, my girlfriends aunt is going through chemotherapy and radiation and would like to know the best type of cbd / ratio to help with it. Would you also recommend a oil, edible, capsule, or weed strain(with little to no thc) that would also help thanks so much if you can
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2023.05.29 03:02 Aloo13 Korean glass skin products?
I’ve been on the search for the best korean products for a while now and haven’t yet found something that works for my skin type besides sunscreens.
I am wondering if anyone may have some suggestions. I’m from Canada and usually order from yesstyle. My skin dislikes fragrance and ‘sticky’ serums for lack of a better word. My skin is dry but on the sensitive side. No problems with acne, but I do find I need hydration that is light (like gel moisturizers rather than heavy ones) as my skin gets irritated by heavy oils.
I’ve been seeking that glass skin look for a long time, but I really don’t know which products to try. I’d love some suggestions :)
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2023.05.29 02:57 ukhfMC Overflux Capacitor at 359k EXP (Ironman)
2023.05.29 02:43 megaboto yet another fanfiction of a fanfiction
It was a day like any other. Delvers fought and harvested, mana flowed in, expansions were made and threats were no longer present since Deepholm was eliminated, and life was peaceful as little changed. The only thing differentiating it in any way was the inspection scheduled, yet even that was a common occurrence, with the unusual types of upgrades and expansions that Caldera made. However, as is usual for Caldera, any occurrence she calls normal or positive turns into something unexpected very quickly
And so it was that Lydia entered her territory, communication stone in hand, and started her exploration of the dungeon, killing creatures among the way and being shown the novelties that were added. Being larger than previously, Lydia ended up deciding to explore Caldera in two phases, making a stop at the bath house to regenerate from her wounds. And this is where the unusualness begins. While she is undressing to relax in the bath, Caldera decided to look over in that (un?-)fortunate moment, her gaze drifting as she was lost in day dreams, at least until she accidentally stumbled upon the inspector that just got done using the artificial hot spring, stretching her toned body in the sun, the droplets glistering as they slowly wandered across her abs, just like caldera's stare, one that she noticed too late to stop before it occurred. Her flustered mind quickly directed her looks somewhere, literally anywhere else, trying to distract herself from this breach of privacy and so deciding to drill emmet with questions she randomly made up. the alchemical scion was only too happy to comply, not noticing the emotions shared through their bond or simply feigning ignorance, only to surprise her by asking what cheese is and why it could be grated on Lydia's abs, being prevented from asking any further questions that could embarrass her master by said master making their quick escape to bother someone else.
The inspector meanwhile got ready to continue her delving, and so made her way to beat up the sexy rabbit men, who were currently busy covering themselves in oil, posing, wrestling with each other and doing other things that served no practical purpose before Lydia arrived. She observing the scene with an unreadable gaze before talking into the stone, stating that the bunnies seem to be ready to make an enclave, despite the clear lack of intelligence that is usually required, as well that they somehow have procured Oil, despite no apparent access to plants with a high fat content nor any form of press machinery. She also noticed and told the stone how there appears to be a crowd of various people watching the bunnies, probably collecting information and waiting for the best moment to engage. With the note sent, she decided to indulge the posing and imposing rabbits as well as the crowd by charging in head first rather than being careful, feeling familiar with the way these brutes worked and trusting that Caldera would not allow any serious harm befall her. Expecting a more or less easy fight, she was surprised as any attempt to grab one of the bunnies or strike at them with her weapon just ended with them moving with the strike or grabbing movement, both her hands and weapons slipping over their bodies rather than inflicting any serious harm. The fight which she expected to last only 5 minutes at worst thus got prolonged, with Lydia making a mental note that these Rabbits have learned from her fight with Jackie, thus proving the capability to learn more than just the most rudimentary of functions as well as that she once again underestimated the dungeon, which has disguised yet another massive change as something one might dismiss as inconsequential.
Unable to truly harm one another in a fight ending way, the battle instead went on for a minute, then ten, and simply continued as the two opposing parties tried to win via attrition, or rather, one of them did while the other simply launched itself against their enemy, prompting said enemy to simply dodge out of the way unable to attack any fallen bunnies to exploit their prone positions when they fell due to the other ones rushing at her, with both sides too stubborn or maybe brain dead to end the fight by running away or calling backup, their pride as fighters on the line that even death wound not be a price too much to pay to preserve.
While the two parties battled, the mass of people from earlier now started to increase as a lot more people now wanted to observe the spectacle, the cheers from the crowd only serving as further fuel to the ego of the participants of which eventually Caldera took part of too, having mostly forgotten the incident from before by conversing with Giorno, who dutifully distracted his Don by explaining the details of army composition to her, which she listened to with a thanks. Having come fearing the worst as usually can be expected from her brawler bunnies, she instead was greeted by a crowd of raunchy and cheering parties and what looked like a battle between the buns and Lydia. even more surprising, she noticed them as well as her cru- the inspector covered in Oil and sweat too, likely from the times where a bunny hit or she tackled or tried to grab one, the reasoning coming to her later when she received a recap of the fight by Alexa. her wondering of when they even acquired oil was quickly washed away as she noticed that what the fighters were doing was actually something found in the media she often consumed in her alone time while she was still human, embarrassment mixed with the realization that the scions were not the only ones able to seek information from their Dungeon, with an even more growing feeling of horror appearing at the thoughts of what else her denizens would try from the rich store of forbidden knowledge that was her brain. What if they adopted a certain style dictated by striped thigh-highs? Or even worse, _capitalism_ and ***middle management!?***
Breaking out of her unholy thoughts, she realized that the fight was finally won by the inspector, the bunnies not having a way to sweat to relieve themselves of the high temperature, thus dropping in exhaustion as their body was continuously exposed to ever increasing amount of heat, yielding their loss. and there, over the pile of exhausted brawlers stood Lydia, her body glistering from the sun, crowd cheering and hair blowing in the wind. There was nothing more cool than this, and if dungeons could die from blood loss then Caldera would have when the inspector noticed her presence and gave her a wink. Prompted to once agayn bravely charge into battle backwards, Our surprisingly-down-bad-for-a-dungeon heroine decides to look at the sky instead as a distraction, finding herself seeing Lydia in the forms that the skies formed. Unable to make a tactical retreat, she gave up and decided to watch her Idol from a distance, hoping that she would not be noticed following her. "Nope, not creepy at all. This is my home and it is okay to watch what is happening in it" were the thoughts as she followed the Inspector doing her work, who always had a stern look on her face as she did her duties, leaving the scions wondering why she still remained an emerald when a ruby would be more fitting to represent her physical manifestation.
at last most of the inspection was over and Lydia called upon Jackie in a request to inspect the dungeon core as procedure demanded of her to do if possible, and Caldera had to come out of the questionably secret hiding spot of far away to answer, the answer as usual being yes. Leading her to the core, the dungeon trusting the inspector enough to not post up any guards while at her most vulnerable, the inspection of the core too started as usual too with Lydia focusing on the core's parameters and Caldera trying to and still failing to not look at Lydia, though this time she held back far less than she usually would due to the former experiences. looking into her eyes, she felt like she fell into them like she would into a black hole in the night sky, a force of nature as inescapable as it is beautiful, the rings of color around it being an amalgam of all the matter that collected around it for over millions of years, glowing brighter than even the stars which dotted the background with a faint blue spread throughout, all of them coalescing into a single piece of beautiful imagery as deep as the cosmos, stretching for infinity despite the small confines in which it had to be placed, the slow hypnotizing movement of it all leaving her entrapped and completely lost without any conscious thought being able to form as she stared into the abyss and the abyss stared back.
it took her far too long than she'd like to admit, but eventually after what felt like an eternity Caldera noticed that the staring back part was more literal than she thought it could be, for Lydia was looking directly at her, a wide grin on her face. The thoughts stopping in an instant before starting to race, an attempt was made to talk herself out of the situation that formed. "You, umm, you've got interesting eyes" shit, that was just an admission that she actually was staring at them.
"Oh, you think so?" came the reply from Lydia. "Well, I hope they are as interesting as the rest of my body is, considering how intensely you've been staring at it throughout the day." Fuck. A laugh escaped her beautiful, soft lips which she sadly covered up soon with her hand before speaking again, the grin growing more mischievous. Was it that bad? "You know, it is kinda hard to ignore it when it feels like your vision is licking me all over" okay, it is that bad. in a panic, I try reaching out to Giorno, Jackie or anybody else who might be close, just to find them all too far to respond immediately. shit shit shit, I am on my own, what do I do now? I found myself left word or metaphorically-breath-less as this devilish angel in front of me moved closer, gay panic crossing past peaks by the moments, every second a new height as she said in a hushed voice "you know, you could always just have asked me".
All thoughts coming to a stop, I feel like my eyes are about to pop out of my metaphysical head as she unfastens her armour somewhat, taking her sweet time to loosen the belts, letting the protective equipment show part of her midriff as well as the inner sideboob. As she finishes up the teasing display, she starts to stretch in the very same way she did in the safe zone, and poses a bit like the bunnies did, all the while I simply keep staring at the show in front of me, not able to say a thing while half my brain cheered and the other one was panicking, though the cheering part is louder.
Watching her showing herself this way specifically for me, I cannot help but drift my gaze upon her soft lips formed into a pleasing, teasing grin, something that did not go unnoticed by her. "when you're not focused on my eyes or body, this is what you mainly look at. So, would you like to feel them?" for yet another time this day, my thoughts froze and ran rabid at the same time, unable to keep up with the information my brain was supposed to process as I watched her move closer yet again, her soft, beautiful lips being licked slowly by her tongue as she visibly prepared to do something with them. wait, wait, I am not prepared, I'm not mentally ready! There's no heads up, I did not even brush my teeth! Can I really let my first time be like this when -
all thoughts were silenced when her lips met my core, a blue-green-golden glow forming between them and my core as an electrifying feeling swept across me from the glowing point, the lingering taste of aether still on me as well as a feeling akin to a shiver that runs up one's body as a tingling reminder of what just happened. Letting out a soft giggle, Lydia gave me a smile, this one filled with warmth rather than mischievous intent "you know, of all the things I expected, giving my first kiss do a dungeon was not one of them" I simply sat there for a moment, stunned before bursting out in a WOOOOHOOOO! Not even caring about what happened in the past nor thinking about the future, I just partied at the whole scenario that just played out, before the feeling of her finger on the emerald grounded me once again. slowly running the finger in circles, she makes my legs melt with that one simple motion, as she dreams "now that you've gotten a kiss, we can except even more in the future, can we not?" leaving me once again as a stammering mess all at her command. My core sat there with my presence, she slowly stood up, saying those dreaded words "I'm afraid for now I have to leave - there are duties I need to uphold, " making me long for more, just another moment of this closeness that I've never felt before, before she makes another mischievous grin, easily plugging those thoughts with a "but don't worry, next time I return, we shall make it up for alllll the time that we've missed out on" as she exits while wiggling her hips somewhat for me to enjoy, leaving me with anticipation of the next time I need to be inspected, thinking about whatever she may have in store for me.
"Okay, what the hell is this?"
I wave the piece of paper around telepathically in front of the group of scions that was assembled, most of them having an unrecognizable expression on their face with Kelvin simply wanting to get away, Emmet looking intrigued at this piece of non alchemical information while Alexa simply continued to sort the files.
"Would somebody please mind explaining, why there is a FANFICTION of me and Lydia in the folder related to me?" no answer, Kevin simply looked like he just wishes the time back when he could do his job by relaxing on a malleable rock.
"And more Importantly, _why am I portrayed as such a bottom in it?_" once again the group gave no further reaction, except once again Kevin, not handling through the wrangler (a German saying)
"Who even made this? and how long does it exist? and perhaps even worse, why is it that EVERYONE seems to know about this except me?" yet again the same thing repeated, except for a chuckle from somewhere, the source of which I did not notice before the origin supressed any further noise
"And you wish to tell me that Alexa distributed this to everyone, scions and Denizens, throughout the entire network!?" the reply was a simple emotion of "I serve" felt throughout the bond, as another chuckle came from the crowd
shifting her piercing look towards group, the unfortunate target of it would up being Giorno, as she looked around him while he held a face as expressionless as a Moai, asking "Did you do this, you traitorous little toad?" directing the stare at Jackie, she then asked "and what about you? going to keep quiet too, despite being one of the first?"
Emmet received a short look, quickly moving on to someone else as she just did not think that this curious creature could ever hide any of their discoveries, let alone fake interest in a topic. The twin scions simply pointed at each other, leaving the search for the culprit fruitless and the fanfiction without an author
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2023.05.29 02:22 dragonagitator Bellingham-Area Mechanics Master Post
Since it seems that no one can be bothered to search the sub for the word "mechanic"
before making a new post, I searched it for you and summarized two years' worth of posts below. TL;DR the recommendation is almost always "Rising Sun Motors" unless you've got an unusual vehicle or situation.
Also, apparently XSrcing
has spent the past couple years quietly helping poor people fix their cars for free/cheap, so everyone be sure to buy that guy a beer next time you see him.
2023-05-23 Body shops that work on 90s Hondas
2023-05-17 Where's my Subaru Mechanic?!
2023-05-15 Mechanic for an 89 Trooper
2023-05-10 Volvo Mechanic
2023-05-09 Subaru Mechanic
2023-05-04 Chuck's Midtown Motors?
2023-04-29 Anyone know of a good mechanic around here?
2023-04-19 Local mechanics
- Vehicle and/or issue: walnut blasting valves
- Commenters suggested: SK Motorsport
2023-04-19 Classic Car Mechanic
2023-04-17 Bellingham Automotive is SLIMEY and will steal from you. They tampered with my car then gave me a nasty attitude about it.
2023-04-08 Looking for a diesel mechanic for 97 e350 short bus
2023-03-23 Classic car mechanic
2023-03-17 Pro/Amateur mobile mechanic?
- Vehicle and/or issue: free/cheap mobile mechanic for person living in a van
- Commenters suggested: XSrcing
2023-02-27 A trustworthy mechanic?
2023-02-21 ISO mechanic for classic Chevy pickup
- Vehicle and/or issue: 1958 Chevrolet pickup truck inspection and fluids
- Commenters suggested: Heavy Metal Custom Shop
2023-02-15 good mechanics?
2023-02-15 mechanics that do free / cheap diagnosis in town ? (not talking check engine lights btw)
2023-02-03 Mechanic Recommendation
2023-02-02 Car Problems
2023-01-30 22re yota mechanic?
2023-01-12 Seeking mechanic recommendations for 10 year old ford work truck. Computer is dying and it needs a junkyard transplant.
2023-01-12 Transmission Mechanic?
2022-12-30 Mechanic recommendations?
2022-12-05 Are there ANY decent auto shops in this town?
2022-11-25 Jurachic Auto
2022-11-11 Suzuki mechanic near bham
- Vehicle and/or issue: 2006 Suzuki XL-7 timing chain
- Commenters suggested: Rising Sun Motors
2022-10-22 How do I find a good mechanic?
2022-09-27 Garage/Mechanic Recommendation to fit a tall (9-10ish ft) camper van?
2022-09-19 Best Affordable Mechanic in Bellingham
2022-09-15 Is there a car repair shop that takes payment plans in or around Bellingham?
2022-08-29 Mechanic/someone who can diagnose a transmission sound for free, trying to get to a wedding.
2022-08-16 Mechanic shops
2022-08-06 Honest affordable mechanic?
2022-08-02 Oil change for prius
2022-07-20 Any recommendations for a good mechanic to replace a catalytic converter?
2022-06-13 Respectful/honest mechanic?
- Vehicle and/or issue: Honda CR-V AC, respectful to women
- Commenters suggested: Rising Sun Motors, Flat Black Automotive, Bellingham Auto Air, Reference Automotive, Sterling Automotive, TK Automotive Repair, Toyota of Bellingham, Juracich Auto Repair (closed?), Steves Auto Repair, Faction Automotive, Integrity Auto Care (in Arlington), NAPA Auto Parts Blaine, Pete’s Auto Repair, Import Autosport (in Anacortes), Whatcom Radiator & Battery (closed?)
2022-05-30 Old Chevy Truck 88' best mechanic.
2022-05-30 Trustworthy/not scammy mechanics in the area?
2022-05-19 Anyone have a recommendation on a good mechanic to replace brake pads on an older Subaru? Thanks!
2022-05-04 Looking for a good mechanic!
2022-04-09 Motorcycle mechanic
- Vehicle and/or issue: assorted motorcycles
- Commenters suggested: Cycle Therapy, BBRP, OP just has bad gas
2022-02-09 Prius mechanic
2022-02-02 Mechanic recommendation
2022-02-02 Auto Repair
2022-02-02 Any mobile mechanics/someone to check out a car tomorrow?
2022-01-22 Mechanic Recommendation
2022-01-20 Need help checking out a used car
2022-01-16 Diverter for exhaust
2022-01-14 Mechanic Recommendations?
2022-01-02 Does anyone here know a mechanic that can come to my place? My car won’t start.
- Vehicle and/or issue: mobile mechanic
- Commenters suggested: O’Reilly Auto Parts (to test battery), some dude named Will
2021-12-21 Car broke down - need advice
2021-11-30 In desperate need of a mechanic
2021-11-28 Car Mechanic Open on Sunday
2021-11-17 Looking for mechanic for '83 Ford ranger
2021-11-12 Subie Mech
2021-11-05 Looking for a Volvo mechanic
2021-10-15 Recommendations for experienced Element mechanics?
2021-10-04 FIAT Mechanic?
2021-09-30 Toyota Service Mechanic
2021-09-19 Subaru owners of Bellingham!
2021-09-13 Seeking car repair recommendations
2021-09-10 Keith Cox Autobahn? Mechanic recommendation?
2021-08-31 Anywhere in town work on Lexus vehicles?
2021-08-11 Looking for Subaru mechanic
2021-07-09 Car maintenance
2021-06-01 Local mechanic shops
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2023.05.29 02:06 Nik17 I traded my GR86 for a Hyundai with a Theta ii
Hi. It’s me.
In January I traded my GR86 for an Elantra N. Since them I’ve put about 2500 miles on including one track day, an autocross, and a lot of preschool runs. Photos and hot lap video https://imgur.com/a/02SffO8 https://streamable.com/m4rvto Why did I get rid of the GR86?
Space. The GR86 can fit two adults and two kids in car seats, however your passenger will be miserable and you’ll have to perform an expert level yoga move each time you put a child in a rear facing convertible car seat. Even just putting my oldest one in her forward facing one is not ideal. Me being me, I started looking and saw that even now in May 2023, these things are still hard to find which mean places are giving top dollar for them. Why the Elantra N?
I realized that this segment is ideal for me. Many people moan about fwd being not fun, but I’ve had just as much fun in fwd as rwd at autocross and on track. This segment gives me fun cars that can do it all, as a dad car DD and something for weekend fun, with mostly no compromises. I went down the list of usual suspects. FL5 CTR: Too expensive. Already had an FK8. Lacking a bit of character. Impossible to find. GRolla: A bit small in the rear for a rear facing car seat. AWD is more of a minus than a plus for me, even though I live in New England. GolfR: A little expensive, too under the radar, too refined. I also considered a DCT F80 M3, but couldn't justify the extra cost, and found it a bit too insulated.
The EN checks all of the right driving boxes for me and even has the option to appease my wife who has always (politely) asked me to get an automatic transmission that she could drive. Until now, I’ve always had a manual. I’m not a die hard 'I must drive everything stick' type person, but I always enjoy driving stick on the street but have said for a while I’d consider a DCT for its telepathic shifting. Of course the one box the EN doesn’t check is the looks. My god the front. I still have no idea what they were thinking (and I don't think the '24 refresh looks much, if any better). As I’ve owned it, it’s grown on me a little. Much like if your friend names their cat or dog something silly, you start to appreciate it as you associate the name with a real thing that takes real pets and belly rubs. I do enjoy the rear light bar, but not the wing that’s crumpled in the middle. I assume this is to aid visibility? And of course the side looks pre-crashed but it can be forgiven. Interior
The interior is good. The Hyundai infotainment is really great. Large, sharp screens for both the gauge cluster and the infotainment. I love how the infotainment screen is slightly angled to the driver. Of course I mostly just use it for carplay but I love the N mode screen. It let’s you make your own custom modes where you can set steering, engine/throttle response, shift speed, suspension, and exhaust. It also has a bunch of customizable settings inside of N mode. Want the DCT to not creep? There’s a setting for that. Want a little kick on upshifts and the trans to really slam home that gear? N power shift will do that for you. Want the DCT to hold revs and know when you’re on a track? N track sense is here for you. Outside of the infotainment the interior is fine. Seats are great, and heated. They light up. Why? ¯_(ツ)_/¯. Some of the plastics are out of a base Elantra, but everything you touch is good, with alcantara on many surfaces. I did have the base GR86, but the EN interior is definitely better in just about every way. And the Hyundai app is wonderful for remote starting with climate control or just quickly and easily unlocking/locking.
One interior-ish quirk, it has no adaptive cruise control. It does have lane keep assist, rear parking sensors, emergency front braking and blind spot monitoring. No ACC is not a huge deal breaker to me as I don’t often go on long highway trips for it, but it would be nice to have. Driving
I like fwd. I like rwd. I’m definitively in the ‘if you hate fwd, you just haven’t driven good fwd at the limit’ camp (sorry). Do I miss leaving T-junctions sideways with rwd? A little. I think the equivalent feeling for fwd is approaching a corner, keeping the revs high, mashing throttle and feel the eLSD just suck you in, like magic. The eLSD is excellent, as is the wet 8 speed dct. It almost always knows which gear you’re going for which means a impressively quick shift. Even if you choose a shift that doesn’t jive, it’s still not slow. Is it as engaging as a manual? Probably not, but the video game-ness of it is fun in its own way. The worst named feature that comes with the DCT is the NGS. Push the button and you get 20 seconds of 25nm more of torque. It’ll also put your exhaust into the state of CA’s favorite Sport+ mode with all of the pops and bangs you could ever want, and if you have the transmission in automatic, it’ll downshift you to the highest gear. The suspension is adjustable, which in partnership with the DCT, helps make the car go from appliance car (in eco mode) to a true fun daily/something that's ready for the track. Suspension in my opinion is soft enough on it's softest setting and just about stiff enough in the stiffest setting. Sticky stock PS4S help the quick turn in, but even with the all-season DWS 06 that I put on for some light winter duty, handling remains good. Power is plenty. I don't think it feels much slower than the CTR when using the NGS feature. The dealer experience
I’ve bought quite a few cars and this dealership experience was the best. I feel like I read nothing but bad things about Hyundai but was genuinely impressed. The dealership wasn’t that far away, but everything was done via email/electronically. Everything was as smooth as possible, super easy transaction from start to finish. On track
I did add some light mods, camber bolts (with an alignment bumping the already good front camber from -1.7 -> -2.5 in the front) and 18x9 wheels (from 19x8) and 245/40/18 Kumho V730 tires. Car comes with genuinely track capable brakes and factory filled with DOT4. Car was terrific at my local track, Thompson for an SCCA Track Night in America event. Oil gets a little warm, like just about any turbo 4, but factory gauges are great and coolant temp stays reasonable. DCT really comes to life on track where it feels like you’re shifting in a video game. Car was about 1.5s faster than my GR86, which was on a stickier tire (Falken RT660). I can’t wait to track it more. What’s next?
Nothing for a while. Going to feed it fluids, brakes and tires and enjoy it. I would honestly still have the CTR if the market weren’t so wild. Which is better? At least for the FK8, I prefer the EN in most ways. The main difference between the two is character. The FK8 does everything well but without fan fare or drama. Exactly the opposite of its boy racer looks. It’s like Honda set out to build the best hot hatch but forgot that being the best doesn’t necessarily make it the most fun. The EN is brimming with character. It has torque steer, the exhaust can make hilariously loud pops and bangs (and only if you want it to), and the seats light up. Hyundai knew that people want fun. Of course the Honda will have better resale value and potentially be more reliable but the EN makes me feel more, which is kind of why we buy these things. Cons and quirks
Only two front cup holders. Front door pocket bottle holders only hold small bottles/could be more usable. No rear climate vents, sorry kids. No adaptive cruise Rear strut bar limits pass through trunk storage but it is fairly easily removable.
Happy to answer any and all questions about the car.
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2023.05.29 02:05 ZeroCentsMade Through the Looking Glass, and What the Doctor Found, and Lost, There – Inferno Review
This post is part of a series of reviews. To see them all, click here.
- Episodes: Season 7, Episodes 19-25
- Airdates: 9th May - 20th June 1970
- Doctor: 3rd
- Companion: Liz
- UNIT: The Brigadier, Sgt. Benton
- Writer: Don Houghton
- Directors: Douglas Camfield, Barry Letts (Uncredited)
- Producer: Barry Letts
- Script Editor: Terrance Dicks
Review Proper little bureaucrat, aren't you? Can't shoot me unless you've filled out all the forms, is that it?
– The Doctor, to the Brigade Leader Inferno
starts like a very typical story of this era. The Doctor's been acting as observer at some sort of drilling operation, and is using their nuclear reactor to power his attempts to get the TARDIS working again, when some murders happen and the Brigadier joins the Doctor to investigate. As it so happens, the drilling operation has unleashed some sort of primeval forces turning people who come into contact with some green goop into monsters. Meanwhile the director of the project is a pain in the ass, and…oh god this is basically just a worse Fury from the Deep
But then…well you know what happens. The Doctor's experiments with the TARDIS console send him sideways through time, he goes to a parallel world where the UK is a fascist state and all of a sudden things get really, really
I don't want to sound like before the parallel universe stuff gets introduced Inferno
was shaping up to be a bad story. Rather, up to that point, it was following the "base under siege" playbook to a letter, and by this point I've grown somewhat tired of the tropes of that formula. Fortunately, we're going to be moving away from the format for some time, and in the meantime Inferno
uses the familiarity of the format to its advantage.
By taking the Doctor into an alternate universe, we get to see what a worst case scenario of one of these stories looks like. A version of events where things don't just work out, but continually get worse and worse until an entire world is consumed by lava. It's all deeply tragic.
But here's the rub. If you're an American sci-fi fan like me, you're probably familiar with the Star Trek
episode "Mirror, Mirror" a great episode that does something very similar by sending Captain Kirk to an alternate universe where the crew of the Enterprise are all evil. But Inferno's
alternate universe characters aren't evil counterparts. Instead what it does, and I think I prefer this approach, is that it imagines what its characters would be if they lived in this alternate world.
Taking the Brigadier, or to give his rank in the alternate universe, the Brigade Leader, as an example. At first glance he seems very different from his main universe counterpart. He's a bully, and an eager servant of a fascist state. There's no way our Brigadier would be like that. But imagine if Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart had grown up in this world.
See, the main characteristic that defines the Brigadier is his sense of duty. His duty to UNIT, and in a wider sense to the world. He can even be a bit of a bully, as we see in this story when the Brigadier gets Benton to physically drag Stahlman away from his work. Given Stahlman's behavoir he was right to do so mind, and generally his more aggressive and blustery tendencies are constrained by his strong moral sense. But imagine for a second if he existed in a world that did not allow him to succeed with that moral sense intact. What you're left with is the Brigade Leader.
Of course, the Brigade Leader has a bit of a breakdown as he comes to accept that his world is doomed. This story has what is probably Nicholas Courtney's best performance on Doctor Who
as in episodes 5 and 6 we see the Brigade Leader slowly lose control. The Brigade Leader tries to take control anyway he can, at one point actually pulling the trigger on Sutton…but he's used up all the bullets in his gun. What this is, is the bottom being pulled out from under a man. The thing, the supposed "republic" that he has devoted his life to is about to die, like the rest of his world, and he just can't deal with the scope of that. His final act is trying to force the Doctor to take the parallel universe characters to his universe, something which the Doctor says will unravel time and space in all universes.
Thing is, the differences between the two Lethbridge-Stewarts is probably the most extreme. Consider the difference between our familiar Liz Shaw, and her counterpart Section Leader Elizabeth Shaw. Initially, she seems remarkably different. She's a soldier, not a scientist. Like the Brigade Leader she is a servant of that aforementioned fascist state, and puts the Doctor through a pretty harsh interrogation.
And yet, think about Liz as we know her. She's intelligent, sardonic, and skeptical. All of those personality traits are preserved with the Section Leader. And as we learn later, she did consider a path of the scientist, but in this world a military role must have seemed more attractive. And yet, like Liz, she doesn't consider herself a simple cog in the military machine. Just as Liz is willing to defy the Brigadier when she thinks it appropriate, we see early on that Elizabeth is willing to challenge the Brigade Leader when she feels it appropriate.
After it becomes clear that the alternate Earth cannot be saved, Elizabeth seems to manage to deal with the horror of what's happening better than most, possibly because she has her rationalist attitude and scientific understanding to help her accept it. And unlike the Brigade Leader she seems to understand the value in fighting for the greater good of saving the Doctor's world.
Other characters are a bit more similar in both universes, which makes sense from a writing perspective, given that we know so much less about them. The exception is Benton, who is Lethbridge-Stewart's loyal man in both universes, which naturally leads to a lot of differences between how the two characters come across.
Otherwise though, we should talk about the couple of Petra Williams and Greg Sutton. In both universes Petra is Stahlman's loyal assistant, though in the alternate universe she seems to have achieved a Doctorate she didn't in the main one. Crucially though, she's loyal, but not to a fault. In our universe when things start going south she recognizes the trouble and instantly starts teaming up with Sutton to try to fix the problems, whatever Stahlman thinks. She's a bit less quick to work with Sutton in the alternate universe, but that's mostly because the alternate England's government is so restrictive that she seems to feel more compelled to play by the rules. She still is willing to stick her neck out, especially for Greg Sutton.
And Sutton is basically the same character in both universes. Mind you, he gets off to a pretty rough start, both for me and Petra when he's incredibly patronizing towards her. I think what bothers me about this sexism versus any other we see on the show, is that, typically on Doctor Who
of this era sexism is portrayed as an understandable character flaw. Like the Brig can occasionally be a bit sexist, but we're meant to understand that those instances are failings on his part and he's a better person than that. But with Sutton it feels like we're supposed to like him for his witty jokes about Petra being a secretary.
Anyway, once we get past that false start we understand a few things about Sutton. First, he knows what he's talking about. He's brought in as a consultant due to his experience with oil rigs, and while this is not a traditional drilling operation, he still knows enough to know when things are going wrong and often what should be done. Second, he's not afraid to speak his mind, in either universe. This is especially notable in the parallel Earth where it's made very clear that speaking his mind is likely going to get him executed at some point. Third, he is very easily annoyed, which definitely makes point two more apparent.
And yes, Petra and Greg get together in the main universe and were clearly on their way there in the parallel world if not for…you know…the world being consumed by lava. Their relationship mostly works for me, with Greg, especially in the parallel universe trying to bring out her individuality and Petra balancing her feelings with Greg with her loyalty to Stahlman.
And speaking of whom…it's time to talk about Stahlman. Now, if you've been reading along these reviews you're well aware of my frustrations with the obstructive base commander archetype that pervades this era of the Classic Series. You'll most recently have read me complaining about these characters with Dr. Lawrence in Doctor Who and the Silurians
being the most recent example. If you haven't been reading along with these reviews…well I've grown increasingly frustrated with the obstructive base commander archetype that pervades this era of the Classic Series. I wouldn't mind it so much except it's a character type that shows up multiple times a season during this period and they seem to get increasingly more frustrating. And Stahlman is a textbook example of this archetype.
I think Stahlman works really well in this story.
Now, to be clear he's still incredibly frustrating to deal with. And in the first two episodes, before the alternate universe stuff gets added in, he's every bit as aggravating as any other iteration of this character type. But, just like Inferno
uses our familiarity with the base under siege format to its advantage, by giving us a familiar setting to show two versions of, it does much the same with Stahlman.
The contrast with Stahlman between the two universes has nothing to do with his personality. He's exactly the same obstinate self-important pain in everyone's collective ass in both worlds. Rather, it's his ability to do what he wants to. On the alternate Earth, when Sir Keith Gold goes off to whatever the alternate Earth's equivalent of the ministry is, he dies, and it's heavily implied, though never stated, that Stahlman arranged for his death. In our universe…Stahlman blackmails Sir Keith's driver to drive him on a route away from the complex. Moreover, Sir Keith actually manages to talk the driver out of it. In the alternate universe, a tinpot dictator like Stahlman is able to do basically whatever he wants to get his project working. In our world, he is still constrained to some extent. This matters in the end as Sutton and the Doctor are able to convince the technicians to shut down the drill in a way they weren't in the alternate world.
Mind you I do have a criticism of Stahlman…I don't get his motivation. Now with all past obstructionist base commanders I've at least understood why they behave in the way that they do. For instance Fury From the Deep's
Chief Robson, probably Stahlman's closest analogue, doesn't want to stop the working of his oil rigs because he has a perfect record of never shutting down to maintain. This makes him a painfully annoying character to deal with, but it makes sense
. Stahlman though…
The drilling operation of Inferno
is Stahlman's baby – he's been working on it in one form or another for eleven years. He believes that there are pockets of energy-rich gas accessible just beneath the Earth's crust. Why he believes this is never stated, but we can assume he did some sort of surveying work before setting up this operation. The thing he absolutely doesn't want to get done is slow down. If anyone ever slows down or, heaven forbid, temporarily stops the drilling he throws a fit. But why though? Nobody, not even the Doctor before he makes his little trip to the alternate world, ever suggests permanently stopping the drilling. Just paying attention to danger signs and proceeding more cautiously. This isn't just irrational behavior from a man too invested in his own ego, that I could at least understand.
Now eventually, in both universes, Stahlman is infected by the green goop that turns people into monsters. Because he got very little of it on him the process is a lot slower, and it's implied that it makes Stahlman more irrational and wanting to speed up even more, as he starts pushing past safety margins. The thing is, there is no discernible change in his personality after he gets infected. It probably would have been better if Stahlman had been a reasonable person, if overambitious and slightly egotistical, before he was infected and his infection had caused him to start acting more irrationally and accelerate the drilling. It would have made his character more bearable as well, though admittedly I think that aspect works somewhat in this story.
We haven't yet talked about the main universe versions of Liz and the Brig. There's not a huge amount to say about either. Liz does show some of her intelligence at times, as well as the close professional and personal relationship she's developed with the Doctor. However, a lot of the time Liz is in the background in this one, in contrast to her alternate universe counterpart. You might think that, with the Doctor missing this would be Liz's time to shine but the truth is we see very little of what is happening in the main universe while the Doctor is away, and what we do see has Liz mostly acting as the Doctor's doctor.
The Brigadier similarly doesn't get a tremendous amount to do, aside from be annoyed at Stahlman (and everybody's annoyed at Stahlman). He does end up showing a lot of grace at the end of the story, but we'll get to that when we talk about the Doctor. The Brig's tendencies to butt heads with Stahlman are, interestingly enough, somewhat reminiscent of his more acrimonious interactions with the Doctor, since the 3rd Doctor can be quite obstinate and self-important in his own right, but that's about all I have to say about the Brig.
And yes, it's time to talk about the Doctor. He ends up getting put through the ringer in this one. The Doctor was already in an ill mood before being sent to a parallel fascist Britain – dealing with Stahlman on a daily basis will do that to a person. And then well…there's the interrogation and implied, though never shown, torture. And in spite of that, the Doctor gets invested in this new world. Maybe it's just that he's that good of a person. Maybe he can tell that these people are closer to the versions he knows than it initially appears. Whatever happens, he cares about what happens next.
What happens next is, of course, the destruction of their entire world. It's obviously horrifying. There's nothing that can be done. The portion of the story that has the Doctor in the parallel world is four episodes – episodes 3-6 – and episodes five and six occur after the point of no return. And the Doctor has to work with these people, people he knows will die, must die. I'm sitting here, trying to find the words to describe the mix of terror, futility and somberness that those two episodes convey, and I cannot find the words. It's brilliant television, and it is utterly devastating.
So naturally when the Doctor returns to the main universe, he's a little unbalanced. First he spends a few hours passed out, just managing to mumble some key information for Liz to pass on. However when he wakes up, he unfortunately makes the call to destroy the console that controls the drill with a wrench. Was it the right approach? Absolutely not, but it absolutely makes sense, given what the Doctor's been through.
On the other hand, I did not care for how this story ended. The Doctor, thinking he's got the TARDIS console working again, gives a tender, and quite sweet, goodbye to Liz and then…hits the Brig with a barrage of insults. Maybe this would feel more earned if the Brigadier and the Doctor's relationship were more difficult, but the truth is, outside of The Silurians
they've managed to get along reasonably well, albeit with some friction. Hell, even if The Silurians
had lead to more prolonged animosity between the two it might feel earned, but the fact is they seemed to patch things up during The Ambassadors of Death
. As such the Doctor just comes off as kind of an asshole.
Now, it's commonly believed that the parallel universe plot was a late addition in order to fill out 7 episodes, but this appears to be incorrect, as the original outline included the parallel universe plot. The origin of this claim comes from Terrance Dicks, who must have misremembered. On the other hand, the monsters (called Primords in the credits but nowhere in the story proper) were
a late addition to the script. They were not in early drafts, but Producer Barry Letts and Script Editor Terrance Dicks felt the story needed some kind of monster.
I'm kind of two minds about the addition of the Primords. On one hand, objectively, they are given basically no explanation. Why does the green goop flowing out of one of the output pipes cause people to turn into heat-loving monsters? No clue. On the other hand, I have difficulty imagining the story working as well as it does without some sort of active threat, especially at it's seven episodes long. Episode 6 in particular basically relies on the Primords to form some form of barrier against what would otherwise have been a fairly straightforward task.
Still, I will say that the Primords look really good in this story. In fact everything looks good. The Primords themselves have distinctive green skin and seem to grow extra hair. But also, there's just a number of alterations to the appearance various cast members (to account for alternate universe versions) that all look good. The one exception is Elizabeth Shaw's wig which is so
obviously a wig, but everyone else looks great. Inferno
is an excellent story. Its unique premise takes what initially feels like a very familiar setting and turns it into something special. The destruction of the alternate Earth is genuinely one of the most horrifying things that Doctor Who
has ever shown, even if just in part. And that makes the relief at managing to save the main Earth all the more potent. Score: 9/10
- This was the first story that Barry Letts commissioned as producer. All prior stories in Season 7 were commissioned by previous producer Derrick Sherwin before his departure.
- Sheila Dunn, Director Douglas Camfield's wife, played Petra, but she wasn't the original choice. Originally, Camfield wanted to cast Kate O'Mara, who Doctor Who fans will remember better as 80's villain The Rani.
- Caroline John preferred playing the "evil" version of Liz over the original.
- There's a famous story that Nicholas Courtney liked to tell. When he shot the scene of Brigade Leader Lethbridge-Stewart swiveling around in his chair to reveal his eyepatch, he swiveled around to see that the entire cast and crew were also wearing eypatches.
- This was the final story to use the original TARDIS console prop. It was falling apart at this point, and after this story the decision was made that it would have to be retired. A new one was of course constructed for the next time they would need it.
- This was both Nicholas Courtney and Caroline John's favorite story.
- Director Douglas Camfield had a hard time of it on this serial. He got into arguments with both Jon Pertwee and Caroline John. This escalated until he collapsed, whereupon his wife (who, remember was playing Petra) revealed he'd been working while suffering from a heart murmur, causing Barry Letts to take if off the serial. Because Camfield had completed most of the prep work, Letts decided that he would direct the final five episodes himself, though Camfield received the sole director's credit for all seven.
- This story has a bespoke title sequence, the last of the Classic Series. It features shots of lava, with the story title and writer's name coming into focus in white text. It's a really good one, nice way for this particular little quirk of the early Classic Series that goes back to The War Machines to come to an end. I particularly like how the spiral at the end of the 3rd Doctor title seems to transition into the lava, I'm sure it wasn't planned, but it's a really cool effect nonetheless. The volcano footage had been used previously in Doctor Who, in The Enemy of the World.
- In this story the Doctor uses the Sonic Screwdriver as, as he likes to put it, a "door handle". More specifically, he uses it to open the gate the hut he's running his experiments out of.
- According to the Doctor something similar to the events of this story happened at Krakatoa, though it would seem that no Primords were created in that instance.
- In episode 2, the Doctor performs a kind of nerve pinch he calls Venusian…Karate. This was, of course, eventually changed to Venusian Aikido, in order to use a more defensive martial art.
- Okay, I get why the Doctor was shot off into the parallel universe, but why Bessie?
- The Section Leader version of Shaw is initially shot from the back so that we don't recognize her. It helps that her hair is a different color.
- When the Doctor claims he doesn't exist in the parallel universe, the Brigade Leader responds with "then you won't feel the bullets when we shoot you."
- The technicians at the parallel universe facility all wear name tags on their uniforms, which is useful to the audience when they all start turning into monsters, but makes you wonder why they're there in the first place. It does make a bit more sense than when a similar thing was done in The Power of the Daleks.
- To indicate a change in dimension we use a rather odd whirring sound effect combined with a light show that looks a bit like a sped up disco ball. It does the job.
- One of the more surprisingly effective moments in this story is when, in episode 5, we see Platoon Underleader Benton drilling his men. By this point in the story we know that the alternate Earth is doomed, and therefore Benton there's no point.
- Alternate Benton getting turned into a Primord is actually kind of fitting when you remember that John Levene started out by playing monsters, including a Yeti back in The Web of Fear
- It takes nearly 20 minutes in episode 5 for use to go to the main universe. Even then it's just to check in on Sir Keith, and after that scene we never go to that universe again until the next episode.
- A lot of the dialogue in episode 7 is repeated dialogue from bits set in the alternate universe, which makes sense when you remember that the alternate universe was supposedly running slightly ahead of the main one.
Next Time: Season 7 continues with…wait what do you mean Season 7's over?
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2023.05.29 01:42 Lucidandpretty Recommendations for compact, long term travel toiletries?
I’m going to be traveling for two years and I’m looking for toiletry items that are small and compact that last a long time. I’ve switched to a shampoo bar for example and powdered dry shampoo for the best space/longevity ratio. I need recommendations for a women’s shaving cream, an alternative to carrying a ton of razor heads and a more compact type of body lotion maybe a moisturizing lotion bar of some kind or maybe some kind of moisturizing body oil? Any alternatives to a bottle of makeup brush cleaner? Does anyone use those bite toothpaste tablets? Does it save room? Let me know and thanks!
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2023.05.29 01:41 Lucidandpretty Compact, long lasting toiletry recommendations?
I’m going to be traveling for two years and I’m looking for toiletry items that are small and compact that last a long time. I’ve switched to a shampoo bar for example and powdered dry shampoo for the best space/longevity ratio. I need recommendations for a women’s shaving cream, an alternative to carrying a ton of razor heads and a more compact type of body lotion maybe a moisturizing lotion bar of some kind or maybe some kind of moisturizing body oil? Any alternatives to a bottle of makeup brush cleaner? Does anyone use those bite toothpaste tablets? Does it save room? Let me know and thanks!
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2023.05.29 01:40 Choice_Construction3 Champps Americana Croutons and Crouton Seasoning Oil
2023.05.29 01:37 ColdWaterBottle03 [WTS] Album SuperSale! Franklin, Walking Liberty, Mercury Dimes, Quarters, and More!!! Also, a ton of US Gold Type Holders, a Large Dollar Display Box, a Kennedy Half Dollar Display Box, New and Old Red Books, Blue Books, Ike Rolls, 2020 Silver Proof Set, and Morgans!
Proof: https://imgur.com/Z4EQchB https://imgur.com/a/TiocCEV https://imgur.com/a/fEBOnWW
All grades are my personal opinion, none are professionally graded. All Coins with mark damage, for the most part, I am unsure if they would grade straight or not; I just wanted to be transparent about them even though they still may be straight grade.
Please shoot me an offer on anything you are interested in if you are not the happiest with the price!
Morgan Dollars (all come with the capsules they are in)
1904 S AG (Scratched) https://imgur.com/a/ac8FBSY
(37.50) Pretty Coin!
1921 D MS (Cleaned) https://imgur.com/a/5SaFYuu
(38.50) All the details you could want!
1892 S AG (Removed from Jewelry) https://imgur.com/a/lCunvTj
(45.50) Great Date!
Roll of Ikes (2 available) https://imgur.com/a/nm4Z4dr
Other USA Silver
2020 Silver Proof Set with Reverse Proof Nickel and with (opened) OGP https://imgur.com/a/5xxeP3M
Bills (Whale all for 181)
1995 20 Dollar Bill (2 Available) https://imgur.com/a/3d3Mymm
1988 A 20 Dollar Bill https://imgur.com/a/wQiTf9Q
1981 A 20 Dollar Bill https://imgur.com/a/4yQEWOi
1995 10 Dollar Bill https://imgur.com/a/Q2tIpVv
1993 10 Dollar Bill https://imgur.com/a/Ru7ufjX
1985 10 Dollar Bill (3 Available) https://imgur.com/a/Fdr38D5
1981 A 10 Dollar Bill https://imgur.com/a/cwOwu2d
1995 5 Dollar Bill https://imgur.com/60BBMkd
2001 1 Dollar Bill https://imgur.com/lq1pWsr
1999 1 Dollar Bill (6 Available) https://imgur.com/sJ6knnx
1995 1 Dollar Bill (8 Available) https://imgur.com/a/SlZZPAK
1988 A 1 Dollar Bill (2 Available) https://imgur.com/p79UNha
1977 1 Dollar Bill https://imgur.com/a/t0li3RE
1977 A 1 Dollar Bill https://imgur.com/a/Xls5wdW
Red Books (Can use either media mail or generic shipping) (Modern Redbooks Require Large Shipping)
1959 Edition https://imgur.com/a/gfW76qE
1960 Edition https://imgur.com/a/uXGsyb5
2014 Edition https://imgur.com/a/yclWXDz
2015 Edition (2 Available) https://imgur.com/a/tIroEM8
2016 Edition https://imgur.com/a/wlmjSfQ
Blue Books (Can use either media mail or generic shipping)
2006 Edition https://imgur.com/a/nEEgoVM
2012 Edition https://imgur.com/a/OkwSBDO
Franklin Half Dollars https://imgur.com/a/ccFmZ4l
2010 National Parks (2 Available) https://imgur.com/a/yFr8PIf
2013 National Parks (2 Available) https://imgur.com/a/Hdi3CH0
Washington Quarters State Collection 1999-2003 Volume One (Bent on front page) https://imgur.com/a/uVPBDEl
Quarters (Partially written in) https://imgur.com/a/SfBFgQv
Mercury Dimes 1916-1945 Archival Quality (2 Available) https://imgur.com/a/eCcouZa
Abraham Lincoln Cents From Birth to Bicentennial, and Beyond 1909-2010 (Includes 14 coins) https://imgur.com/a/T5AolZo
Nickels (Partially written in) https://imgur.com/a/zZGi6oH
Euro Collection (Very nice book) https://imgur.com/a/ns7iXzV
The Official United States Mint Coin Album - Presidential $1 Coins (5 Available) https://imgur.com/a/1rJ1P5M
Roosevelt Dimes 1946-1987 https://imgur.com/a/QjCbPSV
Jefferson Head Nickels 1938 - (Partially written in) https://imgur.com/a/sdbZ3rC
John F. Kennedy 1964 - https://imgur.com/a/3WWjf5f
Franklin Head Half Dollars 1948 - (Partially written in) (Missing one Plastic Slip) https://imgur.com/a/x52QxZH
Liberty Walking Half Dollars Part 2 1937-1947 https://imgur.com/a/FZGyKyU
General Album Coin Sets https://imgur.com/a/AScFqsi
John F. Kennedy 1964 - (Partially written in) https://imgur.com/a/6ubYLBP
Large Coin Cases (Shipping Varys)
Kennedy Half Dollar Display Case https://imgur.com/a/DzKHJAu
Silver Jefferson Nickel Coin Display (Coin holders and untested and uncounted, but it looks fine to me) https://imgur.com/a/iq7qHWu
Large Dollar Coin Display https://imgur.com/a/VkBVsbz
Small Coin Cases (I have never used any of these, screws tightness is unknown) (Whale for 88; may require multiple shipping containers)
Coin Holder Boxes (3) https://imgur.com/a/NB2V2gt
Three Coin Snap Box https://imgur.com/a/olEbGaT
United States Gold Type Set https://imgur.com/a/ZNhhIV9
United States Half Dollars (Screws uncounted and tested, but looks fine to me) https://imgur.com/dMx4TYH
St. Gaudens Case https://imgur.com/kA06XxY
Kennedy Half Dollar Coin Display (Capsule Missing) https://imgur.com/a/bhVAEgy
5 Dollar Gold Case https://imgur.com/a/6UuQK3Z
2.50 Dollar Gold Case https://imgur.com/a/x7yw3hF
10 Dollar Gold Case https://imgur.com/a/CGme2nv
20 Dollar Gold Case (Missing three screws) https://imgur.com/a/axQ98WS
20 Dollar Gold Case https://imgur.com/a/3a3IASk
1 oz Us Eagle Case https://imgur.com/a/LkpRQTj
20 Dollar Gold Case (Missing three screws) https://imgur.com/a/f1Ifhrn
Shipping is 5 Dollars for 12 ounces total weight or less, 8 dollars for over 12 ounces; I am accepting Zelle (Preferred), PPFF (No notes pls), and Venmo FF (No notes pls)
Disclaimer: I lose all responsibility once I drop the package at the post office, but I will help in any way I can for any issues that occur. I will ship once payment clears (once it no longer says pending in my bank account) (Zelle normally is good to go the next day, PP and Venmo can take a few days).
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2023.05.29 01:36 morganmonroe81 1957 Lane Furniture ad. (Boxer included. He's a good boy. Yes he is.)
2023.05.29 01:24 Affectionate-Owl-178 Am I looking at it through rose-tinted glasses or has everything at Panera gone to crap?
Idk if there's anyone still around who used to eat at Panera from 2006-2011 but the things that stick our foremost in my mind were:
- Delicious pressed panini sandwiches with spicy mustard and chips and deli meats that actually tasted good ... I think I ate around 500+ smokehosue turkey paninis with pickles, spicy mustard n chips on the side
- Tons of Jones soda soft drink flavors that went along well with the sandwiches and were one of the highlights of going
- Soups that tasted fresh/ like they were made in-house
- Caesar salad that didn't taste sugary and chicken that wasn;t the worst poultry I've ever had in my life (I went recently and had the caesar salad and the chicken they serve now is legitimately puke inducing)
-Crispani flatbreads made with roasted garlic and wild mushrooms and fontina cheese + some special olive oil drizzled on top (LEGIMITATELY THE BEST FLATBREAD I THINK I'VE EVER EATEN IN MY LIFE. THE FOND MEMORIES NEVER GO AWAY)
Man, all these memories just flood my mind when I think about Panera. I've tried all the sandiwches currently on the menu and legitimately NOTHING tastes even remotely close to a mediocre item from back then. The caesar salad dressing literally tastes sugary now??? All the chicken for all the products is grotesque and worse than fast food tier. None of the pastries look fresh or interesting, and the soups just taste like salty sludge to me now.
Can anyone back me up or have I gone insane??
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2023.05.29 01:20 silly_flying_dolphin CND UK Depleted Uranium: the last thing Ukrainians need
- March 30, 2023
In a shocking development, the government has announced it will be sending depleted uranium (DU) rounds to Ukraine along with Challenger 2 tanks. As we know from several wars in the past few decades, the health consequences for Ukrainian civilians will be high. DU is a chemically toxic and radioactive heavy metal and it’s a by-product of the enrichment process used to make reactor-grade uranium. Its chemical and physical properties have made it popular for a range of military and commercial uses: its density and its ability to self-sharpen attracted the attention of the US Department of Defense (DoD) in the late 1950s. The military was looking to increase the armour piercing capacity of munitions and to strengthen the armour of tanks. DU seemed to fit the bill. But its use has had a devastating impact on the populations caught up in numerous conflicts, with the terrible type of health consequences that we associate with radiation impacts.
DU is used for armour piercing tank rounds and bullets as it is so heavy, meaning it can easily penetrate steel. Because of its heaviness, DU has also been used as ballast in aeroplanes, notably in hundreds of Boeing 747s – the early jumbo jets – that were built before 1981. The practice became particularly controversial after an El Al cargo jet crashed into an apartment block in Amsterdam in 1992. 43 people were killed and the cargo, which included 10 tons of chemicals, as well as flammable liquids, gases, and caustic substances burst into flames, along with hundreds of kilos of DU carried as weighting. Although local residents were assured that no health risk was posed, it was apparent that much of the DU had been released as dust particles into the atmosphere.
The risk is not that DU munitions will cause a nuclear explosion. It’s that the impact of their use causes toxic or radioactive dust to be released and if this is subsequently inhaled or ingested in other ways, it has very significant negative health consequences. After the first Gulf War the DoD Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses (OSAGWI) identified a number of DU exposure scenarios including through wounds caused by DU fragments, inhalation of airborne DU particles, ingestion of DU residues, or wound contamination by DU residues.
DU munitions were used on a large scale by the US and UK in the Gulf War in 1991 and in Iraq in 2003. Their use has caused a sharp increase in the incidence rates of some cancers, such as breast cancer and lymphoma, in the areas where it has been used. It has also been implicated in a rise in birth defects from areas adjacent to the main Gulf War battlefields. Other health problems associated with DU include kidney failure, nervous system disorders, lung disease and reproductive problems. A report funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2013 showed that more than 400 tonnes of DU ammunition were estimated to have been used in 1991 and 2003, the vast majority by US forces. The report showed that the Iraqi government’s Radiation Protection Centre had identified between 300 and 365 contaminated sites by 2006, mostly in the Basra region in southern Iraq. As well as warning of contamination being spread by poorly regulated scrap metal dealers, including children, it also shared evidence that DU munitions were fired at light vehicles, buildings and other civilian infrastructure including the Iraqi Ministry of Planning in Baghdad – in spite of official assurances of military-only armoured targets.
Its use in the former Yugoslavia by NATO forces in 1995 and 1999 led to the same type of consequences. It was also used by the US in Syria in 2015. The impacts have not been confined to local populations – they have also affected the troops involved in or close to their use, and also military clean-up teams sent to deal with the impact of the DU. The severe health consequences have led to the terms ‘Gulf War syndrome’ and ‘Balkan syndrome’ entering our vocabulary. The Ministry of Defence disputes the risks of DU, yet it recommends ‘ongoing surveillance’ for veterans with embedded DU fragments.
No treaty explicitly banning the use of DU is yet in force, but it is clear that its use runs counter to the basic rules and principles of International Humanitarian Law. In 2006, the European Parliament strengthened its previous calls for a moratorium by calling for an introduction of a total ban, classifying the use of DU, along with white phosphorus, as inhumane. Since 2007, repeated UN General Assembly resolutions have highlighted serious concerns over the use of DU weapons. The UK, together with the US, France and Israel are the only states that have consistently voted against the resolutions.
The British government must put an immediate end to its use of DU – inflicting it on the people of Ukraine is the last thing they need.
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2023.05.29 01:19 Plastic-Pop1294 Oil type
Hello recently did a oil change on my Sentra sr 2022 will I be okey running 5-w30 instead of 0-w20
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2023.05.29 01:00 Ottomatik80 We added the most important gauge to our lemons race car.
2023.05.28 23:21 nrm34 VW Golf Manual transmission question
Hello all, I changed the manual transmission fluid in my 2006 mk4 Golf today. I was told to use oil with syncromesh but the parts store said it probably wouldn't help so I bought what they recommended. We'll I still have the same problem going into 3rd. Should I drain it all and start again? Or should I use an additive with syncromesh?
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2023.05.28 23:15 LastWeekInCollapse Last Week in Collapse: May 21-27, 2023
Microplastics, climate denial, contagious skin fungus
, warlords, record temperatures, and wheat troubles. This is starting to get serious. Last Week in Collapse: May 21-27, 2023
This is Last Week in Collapse
, a weekly newsletter bringing together some of the most important, timely, useful, depressing, ironic, amazing, or otherwise must-see moments in Collapse.
This is the 73rd newsletter. Sorry it’s a bit later than usual. You can find the May 14-20 edition here
if you missed it last week. These newsletters are also on Substack
if you want them sent to your email inbox every Sunday.
Climate and soil scientists are warning
that Europe’s soil won’t be able to absorb as much water now, after a season of terrible drought. The feedback loops spell disaster
for the continent’s ability to weather the coming drought. France has given up
aiming for just a 1.5 °C temperature increase, and are preparing for 4 °C rise by 2100
. Scientists claim we are heading for total disaster
, but the rest of the world apparently has bigger problems.
The world is allegedly on track for 2.7 °C
of warming, and some experts predict that about one billion humans may be forced to migrate as a result of global warming
, sea level rise, etc. Iraq is one such
location, and countless migrants have already fled. On Twitter, climate scientists report seeing more hostility
and climate denial
Category 5 Typhoon Mawar blasted Guam
, and took out electricity, but no humans were killed on the island. In Somalia, over one million people were displaced
by drought within the last 4 months.
A ship’s draft/draught
) is the distance between its waterline and the bottom of its keel/hull. This determines a ship’s displacement; the heavier a ship’s cargo, the greater its draft will be. The Panama Canal is reducing the allowed vessel draft
because they didn’t receive enough rain in the last few months and cannot fully fill the Canal’s locks. As a result, more ships will be forced to make the long journey around Cape Horn
—or load up with less cargo to transit the Canal. The supply chain feedback loops
Chad saw its highest May temperature
last week—47 °C (117 °F), and part of Samoa tied a new May temperature
too—34.8 °C (101 °F) . New record temperatures in Southeast Asia
again. The ocean around the Cayman Islands has hit 30 °C
earlier than any previous year. The average sea surface temperature has been breaking daily records for every day
for over two months.
Experts are warning that a heat wave would devastate Phoenix
, Arizona, if it knocked out the power grid. Up to 800,000 people (half the population) would allegedly require emergency medical attention for heat stroke, etc. The study
concluded that about 12,800 people would die as a result.
Although most of the world is warming, the upper atmosphere is cooling down
, forcing scientists and generals to consider its potential impact on satellites and on our sensitive weather patterns. Temperatures beyond roughly 50km out in the atmosphere have been cooled by CO2 levels. Concrete implications from the study
About 5,000 Congolese are still missing
weeks after catastrophic flooding. Wildfire risk is increasing
in Sweden. Heat wave alerts
in Sri Lanka.
has claimed—again—that species are going extinct
even faster than expected. About half of surveyed species have seen population declines
recently (especially in the tropics), while 49% are holding relatively steady.
One species at risk of dieoff is the black sea urchin
off the coast of Israel—and their dieoff hold grim implications for the health of coral in the Red Sea.
Tick season has begun, and researchers are worried that they can transfer prions
from white-tailed deer to humans. Chronic wasting disease
has not yet afflicted humans, though it exists in growing quantities
among Canadian cervids.
The danger from fungi is growing
as a result of climate change, and the rise of Candida Auris—and a resistant, contagious skin fungus
coming out of India
—in the U.S. is alarming epidemiologists. The combination of compromised immune systems (from COVID, increased diabetes), climate change, distrust of health entities, health insurance problems, and healthcare worker collapse are creating a terrible convergence of circumstances
Over 5,000 new species have been discovered
in the ocean between Hawai’i and Mexico—and in two months, applications will be accepted to begin deep-sea mining extraction operations
in the region. Meanwhile, Shell shareholders rejected attempts
to accept new emissions targets, 80% to 20%.
German police are looking into classifying “Last Generation” climate activists as part of a criminal group
, amid raids targeting the traffic-stopping activists.
Greenpeace claims that recycled plastic can be more toxic
than first-use plastic—but don’t worry, only 9% of plastic is recycled
worldwide. A study
from Hazardous Materials Advances
concluded that recycling plastics produces large amounts of microplastics
which later contaminate our land, water, and even air.
The U.S. Supreme Court limited the scope of the Clean Water Act
, to exclude certain types of wetlands. This opens up some wetlands to nearby development and pollution
Some Kansas wheat farmers suffered so much drought and cold snaps that they are abandoning their crops
. Across the country, one third of winter-wheat acres are being abandoned, the highest percent in over 100 years. Utah’s Great Salt Lake is drying up, and strong winds are blowing dust
, sometimes containing heavy metals.
Locusts in Afghanistan are threatening the coming wheat harvests
in an already famine-stricken land. Argentina will face a similar problem
if they don’t get rain within a few weeks.
South Africa is suffering from 33% unemployment and devastating, 10-hour load-shedding
(routine power outages) every day. A senior politician is warning
that the crumbling nation could become a failed state soon. Power grid troubles are expected to escalate later this winter, by August.
A teenage girl in Guyana set fire to her dorm
and unintentionally killed 19 people—because her cell phone was confiscated. What will society do when their water and human rights are confiscated?
Russia is supposedly considering an export ban
on gasoline, in an attempt to better control supply & prices within its own territory. Qatar warned Europe
that they haven’t seen the worst of the petrol/energy crisis yet.
Global demand for goods is reportedly sinking
, and the production of shipping containers is down. More and more Americans are struggling
to pay bills as inflation rises
. Germany is officially in recession
now. South Africa’s interest rates are at a 14-year high
Some experts are concerned that China may overtake the U.S. with AI development
. Others are concerned about the implications of an AI future dominated by the United States. Experts are calling for regulation
of AI before it destroys humans.
Cambodia’s ruling party is keeping the opposition party off the ballots
in this July’s elections.
The ceasefire in Khartoum is largely holding
, but sporadic violence
by fighters threatens the fragile “peace” in the city. Once a War “begins,” what role do the civilians have in re-instituting peace—or keeping the conflict going?
The head of the Wagner Group is warning of revolution in Russia
, a portent that may also be a threat. The mercenary group is currently handing over Bakhmut
to the Russian Army, and claims that about 20,000 Wagner soldiers died
taking the city. Meanwhile, a pro-Ukrainian group of ethnic-Russian soldiers made attacks inside Russian territory
, and soon withdrew back into Ukraine.
Russia’s former President and PM claimed
that this War could last for decades
. Yet certain unspecified NATO member states will give F-16 fighter jets
to Ukraine, and train about 20 Ukrainian pilots, in an effort to force an earlier conclusion. Yet their impact may not be decisive
on the battlefield.
Seven U.S. states agreed on a three-year water-sharing compromise
over the Colorado River’s water; whether the pact will hold when the Dust Bowl 2.0 begins is up in the air. Meanwhile, troops from Afghanistan and Iran exchanged machine gun fire
and some mortars, over water rights in the Helmand River.
—————————— Things to watch for next week include:
↠ It’s that time of the year again. American politicians posture over raising the debt ceiling
, a massive political/economic struggle that usually ends with a last-minute compromise or a short government shutdown. The U.S. is set to default on its debt on June 1st, which would damage trust and cause market bedlam. What’s it gonna be this time?
↠ Uruguay’s capital, Montevideo, is rapidly running out of water. The city’s main reservoir only had 10 days left of water
—5 days ago. So the city’s supply is set to be exhausted by next Friday. How will the government react—and what will the people do? This might be a signal of what lies ahead for the rest of us. Select comments/threads from the subreddit last week suggest:
-China will be getting 65M COVID cases—every week
—if you believe the claims made in this thread
and its sources, which include the Chinese government. The world’s second-most-populous nation, once the last bastion against COVID, has resigned to letting rolling waves of coronavirus repeatedly infect the masses. So it goes.
-Some rich countries will fare very poorly in Collapse, judging by the comments on this thread
. Do you see your nation among them?
-Climate change may be worse than you think, says a thread
and its comments. Even some doomers will be taken aback by the speed and scale of the damage ahead. What are you doing to prepare?
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2023.05.28 22:42 gibbseynz Tag/asset naming standards
What does everyone use for tag/asset naming standards?
The company I recently started working for is in the process of creating an asset and tagging standard before it starts creating/updating P&ID diangrams for existing and new equipment installs and planned upgrades.
The issue we are running into is the standard we intend to use seems to be focussed on the oil/gas/chemical process industries and not the beverage industry we are in. Also the standard doesnt seem to work well with a lot of more modern control systems.
The standards P&ID symbols seem ok and show the types of actuators and signals from and to instruments and assets, but the tag naming system seems limiting. For example all valves end up lumped into either hand or actuated with no seperation of pneumatic, proportional, motorised valves based on the tag name (symbol on drawing does show it though).
I'm guessing the dream of a unified asset/tag/electrical drawings/plc/scada standard is a pipedream?
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2023.05.28 22:36 ayk237 Women seeking massage at home/Hotels
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2023.05.28 22:30 JauneSiriusWhut USA Hypercar (excluding CA, FL, NY, AZ & TX) challenge part 10
X5M 2020 https://email@example.com,-73.6220046,3a,17.8y,93.86h,84t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sWHRcFZshRWXG6fITqWHzlw!2e0!5s20220501T000000!7i16384!8i8192
F150 Baja Raptor Shelby https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-73.669001,3a,19.8y,134.91h,83.35t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sKZ0ct1aP_5t_laM0F_8F1A!2e0!5s20220501T000000!7i16384!8i8192
G63 AMG https://email@example.com,-73.6724235,3a,15.8y,86.22h,86.34t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s9F73kz7576IT18cBoJyPDw!2e0!5s20220501T000000!7i16384!8i8192
ML63 AMG 2012 https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-73.6295455,3a,15.3y,175.06h,84.95t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s_QaFzaxflnx-45rCvhiLEA!2e0!5s20220501T000000!7i16384!8i8192 Georgia
Facelift X4M https://email@example.com,-84.5671523,3a,28.9y,148.27h,81.75t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sSGPaVyV-veXJbV8ppB8aAA!2e0!5s20230501T000000!7i16384!8i8192
M5 F10 https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-84.5689891,3a,15.1y,369.06h,86.71t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sVhcmjaZwcXv2QO5zAbpSpg!2e0!5s20230501T000000!7i16384!8i8192 Illinois
RS7 C7 https://email@example.com,-88.039069,3a,18.8y,303.2h,83.16t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sjWHnIRhvaB5s7rQATfUJqg!2e0!5s20190801T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl&authuser=0
Flying Spur V8 https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.2041348,3a,19.2y,284.22h,85.67t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sH3bGTsCMfokkWxBh3I9grQ!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
Flying Spur 2019 V8 https://email@example.com,-88.0432789,3a,15y,297.65h,87.68t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sT4O4rMM1HZs6RAdkzl24kg!2e0!5s20220801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
Continental GT V8 https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.2041412,3a,18.1y,283.22h,83.15t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sLjOaB7lFPP3Xc9wRa_zgQA!2e0!5s20170801T000000!7i13312!8i6656
M3 G80 https://email@example.com,-88.0483047,3a,33.1y,73.71h,80.29t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sEjJhCsQENLGOkfA8DADLoA!2e0!5s20220801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
M4 F82 https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.0869028,3a,15y,269.11h,87.45t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sVs30hMaQ3GCzrUXHfFtuLQ!2e0!5s20210801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
M4 F82 in orange! https://email@example.com,-88.0888754,3a,15y,354.69h,86.9t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sQZorva3f8ZiEmkon11sCVA!2e0!5s20220801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
M5 E60 https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-87.9631559,3a,15.2y,275.96h,86.97t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1swq-JWwNbcXfcfD8atyVW_w!2e0!5s20181001T000000!7i16384!8i8192
M5 F90 https://email@example.com,-88.0543863,3a,15.7y,107.98h,85.95t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sy2N3jxvlYS5-KJ-rQ-0rAQ!2e0!5s20220801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
M6 E64 Cabriolet https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.0666158,3a,29.6y,175.39h,82.96t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s3BY9v9r1qZThIyCw3ByiXQ!2e0!5s20120901T000000!7i13312!8i6656
X5M 2015 https://email@example.com,-87.8022175,3a,15y,271.56h,85.43t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sxlsNjm4QaHTgjU-LETbvNg!2e0!5s20181001T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl&authuser=0
I8 Roadster https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.0545635,3a,15y,300.11h,86.71t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sZNtPiAnQfBHPrlQwv6JpGA!2e0!5s20210801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
Corvette C1! https://email@example.com,-88.056468,3a,38.3y,307.32h,79.16t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1skfi2Fr76BHR_uTibnIA75g!2e0!5s20170701T000000!7i13312!8i6656
Corvette C2 Cabriolet https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.1118144,3a,15y,18.57h,87.7t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sNfCJWH53i2qijdoy5lg9og!2e0!5s20220901T000000!7i16384!8i8192
Viper SRT-10! https://email@example.com,-88.0747972,3a,15.2y,9.78h,86.83t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1saxmSkXI9-V0JIdC9IsOYBA!2e0!5s20210801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
California & CTS-V https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-87.8013667,3a,15y,264.5h,87.67t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sBjhFfIu8jN2JzL2elo0AIg!2e0!5s20181001T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl&authuser=0
328 GTS https://email@example.com,-88.0403206,3a,41.1y,206.37h,79.04t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sMEA0LDjqyYyXCwkO-CQgdw!2e0!5s20170701T000000!7i13312!8i6656
F430 Spider https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-87.8031843,3a,21.8y,26.04h,84.71t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sBBRr0gpkpyu672JbDeRIWA!2e0!5s20120901T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=nl&authuser=0
488 Spider! https://email@example.com,-88.1514376,3a,15y,11.23h,87.98t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sk6UBb72OrMJtfYGmMcBdsA!2e0!5s20170801T000000!7i13312!8i6656
F-Type S https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.2060139,3a,22.5y,19.66h,81.22t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sniJTQKIbiiZb_e39ZS9Y0A!2e0!5s20210701T000000!7i16384!8i8192
F-Type R https://email@example.com,-88.0622385,3a,27.6y,347h,81.84t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sb5Dy54LOYTcrRJSt_iy6Wg!2e0!5s20220801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
XKR Convertible 2010 https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.0507379,3a,29.7y,252.75h,83.55t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sGVNoy4U-kbP7qafOR1XkJA!2e0!5s20220701T000000!7i16384!8i8192
F-Pace SVR https://email@example.com,-88.087269,3a,15.6y,21.34h,85.96t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s1iLCWhmqjx8cC-WUxiVtvw!2e0!5s20220801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
Huracan Spyder! https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.0745923,3a,15y,260.9h,87.54t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1swE9qS2u01oDbQq9IIYJb5Q!2e0!5s20190501T000000!7i16384!8i8192
Probably the same Huracan Spyder LP580-2! https://email@example.com,-88.1077191,3a,15y,253.47h,84.29t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sc4-1uurg0TwRhW5pB8zhmg!2e0!5s20181001T000000!7i13312!8i6656
Quattroporte 2009 & Phantom https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-87.8013364,3a,15y,190.83h,87.3t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sHo5cCrJVIBKDr0uBnpY3wA!2e0!5s20181001T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl&authuser=0
280 SE Coupe https://email@example.com,-88.0503213,3a,15y,17.89h,86.06t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sXka9SR6lQkpRyPfIFByV7w!2e0!5s20190501T000000!7i16384!8i8192
S63 AMG 2013 & X5M https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-87.804043,3a,15.5y,86.93h,85.84t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s__HSGEidVYv21qEhzi4DiA!2e0!5s20160801T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=nl&authuser=0
S63 AMG 2018 https://email@example.com,-88.107335,3a,15y,109.55h,87.98t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sFh33xPTomth0RrQ0eAaG8w!2e0!5s20191001T000000!7i16384!8i8192
SL63 AMG 2012 https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.1013883,3a,15y,318.54h,86.07t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sXgbcGctJNuy3hSEMk9WqAg!2e0!5s20160901T000000!7i13312!8i6656
SL65 AMG! https://email@example.com,-87.8044106,3a,35.5y,5.15h,72.77t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1slloW48xz0mM_Rwf_aMQ2xQ!2e0!5s20160801T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=nl&authuser=0
GLE63 AMG Coupe facelift & GLS63 AMG https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-87.8876614,3a,30.5y,298.58h,87.24t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sjz1l4cV45W87YAa-zbnWfQ!2e0!5s20220901T000000!7i16384!8i8192
Lancer Evo 7 https://email@example.com,-88.0893548,3a,28.6y,5.58h,80.4t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sqJ71GVgwo5RjvWVTme_UaQ!2e0!5s20170701T000000!7i13312!8i6656
GT-R 2011 https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.0502047,3a,15.9y,59.76h,81.71t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1stYTUqkqvsur1adeB7z5Uyw!2e0!5s20170701T000000!7i13312!8i6656
996 GT2! https://email@example.com,-88.0599804,3a,15y,83.24h,86.11t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sMUPcVM17obrLCHzgUmpCDw!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
991.2 Turbo S https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.0369583,3a,35.6y,58.29h,80.63t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1slAmu3xD8cOpkOuMGpDNq-w!2e0!5s20220801T000000!7i16384!8i8192
Panamera Turbo 2017 https://email@example.com,-88.0352365,3a,36.9y,355.22h,77.17t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1srl6jNX_HbqCTmhIFau9iDw!2e0!5s20181001T000000!7i16384!8i8192
356 Cabriolet rep https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.1544249,3a,16y,163.42h,85.05t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s4Sdw0hkkhnNbON-vxSMGjw!2e0!5s20120901T000000!7i13312!8i6656
RR SVR 2018 https://email@example.com,-87.7978705,3a,15y,105.05h,85.9t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s_9O0cpAM2JKuV2HIClCuhQ!2e0!5s20190901T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl&authuser=0
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2023.05.28 22:05 Dyl8Reddit I’ve been collecting the Bing Word of the Day for an entire year now!
On the day that I posted this, 5-28-2023, it would have been an entire year since I started collecting the daily word that Bing offers every day.
For those of you don’t know, if you search for
“Word of the day” on Bing, you will find a unique vocabulary word that is specific to each day
. That’s what I’ve been documenting for the past year.
I started collecting the words back on May 29, 2022. I kept them in a plain text document
that I named word-of-the-day.txt. This document was going to store my words in a specific format, which you will see below. I appended to this document every day in the summer using Windows Notepad, until I eventually moved the document to my Google Drive. This allowed me to hook up multiple automations to it, like a Siri Shortcut that would get the latest word and allow me to append it. Once April of 2023 (or even earlier) came around, I decided to change to only updating it every 6 days since my life was getting a bit busier then. And when I wasn’t automating, I would manually add the daily word as part of my MicrosoftRewards
routine (sometimes, but only when I had the extra time for it
Doing this isn’t as easy as going back to add all 365 words right before I published this. That is because there is a limit
to how far back one can go in the daily words — after 7 days a word disappears from the end of the list and is lost forever. This meant that I had to stay on top of the word list, which I did do pretty consistently until I missed on day on June 30th. But that’s ok, as we all make mistakes.
While I was keeping track of the words that Bing offered every day, I learned some interesting things. Discovering a new word every day slowly strengthened my vocabulary to be more eclectic. I used these words in various things like stories, or just to confuse people
that had never heard of the words. And with more words, what started as a hobby to collect the words became a project to archive the WOTD for an entire year.
A lot can happen in a single year. When I started, I didn't even have a Reddit account, and it was late May around the time where everyone gets out of school that I started making the list. Now it’s the end of another school year. I am completely different person. So with that context and reflection, I would say that it is about time to show you the list that I’ve been collecting:
 May 29 - tenacious - tending to keep a firm hold of something; clinging or adhering closely  May 30 - empathy - the ability to understand and share the feelings of another  May 31 - prate - talk foolishly or at tedious length about something  June 01 - cerulean - deep blue in color like a clear sky  June 02 - redolent - strongly reminiscent or suggestive of  June 03 - diaphanous - (especially of fabric) light, delicate, and translucent  June 04 - sillage - the degree to which a perfume's fragrance lingers in the air when worn  June 05 - desultory - lacking a plan, purpose, or enthusiasm  June 06 - mercurial - (of a person) subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of mood or mind; of or containing the element mercury  June 07 - fawn - a young deer in its first year; a light yellowish-brown color  June 08 - estuary - the tidal mouth of a large river, where the tide meets the stream  June 09 - mellifluous - (of a voice or words) sweet or musical; pleasant to hear:  June 10 - zippy - bright, fresh, or lively  June 11 - lush - (of vegetation) growing luxuriantly  June 12 - bucolic - relating to the pleasant aspects of the countryside and country life  June 13 - verdant - of the bright green color of lush grass  June 14 - regal - of, resembling, or fit for a monarch, especially in being magnificent or dignified  June 15 - pyrrhic - (of a victory) won at too great a cost to have been worthwhile for the victor  June 16 - picturesque - visually attractive, especially in a quaint or pretty style  June 17 - myriad - a countless or extremely great number  June 18 - gleaming - (of a smooth surface) reflecting light, typically because very clean or polished  June 19 - deafening - (of a noise) so loud as to make it impossible to hear anything else  June 20 - aberration - a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically one that is unwelcome  June 21 - pleonasm - the use of more words than are necessary to convey meaning (e.g. see with one's eyes), either as a fault of style or for emphasis  June 22 - Instigate - bring about or initiate (an action or event)  June 23 - dubious - hesitating or doubting  June 24 - noxious - harmful, poisonous, or very unpleasant  June 25 - calumny - the making of false and defamatory statements about someone in order to damage their reputation; slander  June 26 - abscond - leave hurriedly and secretly, typically to avoid detection of or arrest for an unlawful action such as theft  June 27 - predilection - a preference or special liking for something; a bias in favor of something  June 28 - equivocal - open to more than one interpretation; ambiguous  June 29 - pernicious - having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way  June 30 - ???  July 01 - languor - the state or feeling, often pleasant, of tiredness or inertia  July 02 - obsolete - no longer produced or used; out of date  July 03 - ambiguous - (of language) open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning  July 04 - patriotism - the quality of being patriotic; devotion to and vigorous support for one's country  July 05 - carouse - drink plentiful amounts of alcohol and enjoy oneself with others in a noisy, lively way  July 06 - insurgent - a rebel or revolutionary  July 07 - oligarchy - a small group of people having control of a country, organization, or institution  July 08 - loyalist - a person who remains loyal to the established ruler or government, especially in the face of a revolt  July 09 - veracity - conformity to facts; accuracy  July 10 - rescind - revoke, cancel, or repeal (a law, order, or agreement)  July 11 - malarkey - meaningless talk; nonsense  July 12 - epoch - a period of time in history or a person's life, typically one marked by notable events or particular characteristics  July 13 - abrogate - repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement)  July 14 - laconic - (of a person, speech, or style of writing) using very few words  July 15 - prepossessing - attractive or appealing in appearance  July 16 - sonorous - (of a voice) imposingly deep and full [recovered, assumed]  July 17 - bombinate - buzz; hum  July 18 - altruistic - showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others; unselfish  July 19 - upbraid - find fault with (someone); scold  July 20 - maelstrom - a powerful whirlpool in the sea or a river  July 21 - illusory - based on illusion; not real  July 22 - lethargy - lack of energy and enthusiasm  July 23 - ethereal - extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world  July 24 - syzygy - a conjunction or opposition, especially of the moon with the sun  July 25 - phosphene - a ring or spot of light produced by pressure on the eyeball or direct stimulation of the visual system other than by light  July 26 - vacuous - having or showing a lack of thought or intelligence; mindless  July 27 - oleaginous - rich in, covered with, or producing oil; oily or greasy  July 28 - ignominious - deserving or causing public disgrace or shame  July 29 - parsimonious - unwilling to spend money or use resources; stingy or frugal  July 30 - treachery - betrayal of trust; deceptive action or nature  July 31 - verisimilitude - the appearance of being true or real  August 01 - luminescence - the emission of light by a substance that has not been heated, as in fluorescence and phosphorescence  August 02 - susurration - whispering, murmuring, or rustling  August 03 - accost - approach and address (someone) boldly or aggressively  August 04 - clamor - a loud and confused noise, especially that of people shouting vehemently.  August 05 - mendacious - not telling truth, lying  August 06 - dilly-dally - waste time through aimless wandering or indecision  August 07 - neophyte - a person who is new to a subject, skill, or belief  August 08 - purist - person who insists on absolute adherence to traditional rules or structures, especially in a language or style  August 09 - bellicose - demonstrating aggression and willingness to fight  August 10 - duplicity - deceitfulness; double-dealing  August 11 - deus ex machina - an unexpected power or event saving a seemingly hopeless situation, especially as a contrived plot device in a play or novel.  August 12 - supine - (of a person) lying face upward  August 13 - nebulous - in the form of a cloud or haze; hazy  August 14 - viscosity - the state of being thick, sticky, and semifluid in consistency, due to internal friction  August 15 - lampoon - publicly criticize (someone or something) by using ridicule, irony, or sarcasm  August 16 - fatuous - silly and pointless  August 17 - effervescence - bubbles in a liquid; fizz  August 18 - defenestration - the action of throwing someone out of a window  August 19 - acumen - the ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typically in a particular domain  August 20 - tempest - a violent windy storm  August 21 - repartee - conversation or speech characterized by quick, witty comments or replies  August 22 - chuffed - very pleased  August 23 - iridescent - showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from different angles  August 24 - archetypal - Very typical of a certain kind of person of thing  August 25 - forbearance - patient self-control; restraint and tolerance  August 26 - stoic - a person who can endure pain or hardship without showing their feelings or complaining  August 27 - officious - assertive of authority in an annoyingly domineering way, especially with regard to petty or trivial matters  August 28 - maudlin - self-pityingly or tearfully sentimental, often through drunkenness  August 29 - oblivion - the state of being unaware or unconscious of what is happening  August 30 - scintillating - sparkling or shining brightly  August 31 - lithe - (especially of a person's body) thin, supple, and graceful  September 01 - superfluous - unnecessary, especially through being more than enough  September 02 - zenith - the time at which something is most powerful or successful  September 03 - evocative - bringing strong images, memories, or feelings to mind  September 04 - cobbler - a person who mends shoes as a job  September 05 - vitriolic - filled with bitter criticism or malice  September 06 - stolid - (of a person) calm, dependable, and showing little emotion or animation  September 07 - eurhythmic - (especially of architecture or art) in or relating to harmonious proportion.  September 08 - fallacious - based on a mistaken belief  September 09 - multifarious - many and of various types  September 10 - rhapsody - an effusively enthusiastic or ecstatic expression of feeling  September 11 - cogent - (of an argument or case) clear, logical, and convincing  September 12 - gregarious - (of a person) fond of company; sociable  September 13 - vilify - speak or write about in an abusively disparaging manner  September 14 - toady - a person who behaves obsequiously to someone important  September 15 - deride - express contempt for; ridicule  September 16 - rapturous - characterized by, feeling, or expressing great pleasure or enthusiasm  September 17 - bibliophile - a person who collects or has a great love of books  September 18 - fugacious - tending to disappear; fleeting  September 19 - lollygag - spend time aimlessly; idle  September 20 - bae - a person's boyfriend or girlfriend (often as a form of address)  September 21 - jovial - cheerful and friendly  September 22 - sycophant - a person who acts obsequiously toward someone important in order to gain advantage  September 23 - wayward - difficult to control or predict because of unusual or perverse behavior  September 24 - maverick - an unorthodox or independent-minded person  September 25 - vociferous - (especially of a person or speech) vehement or clamorous  September 26 - eclectic - deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources  September 27 - bane - a cause of great distress or annoyance  September 28 - pedant - a person who is excessively concerned with minor details and rules or with displaying academic learning  September 29 - writhe - make continual twisting, squirming movements or contortions of the body  September 30 - foliage - plant leaves collectively  October 01 - eerie - strange and frightening  October 02 - bogeyman - an imaginary evil spirit or being, used to frighten children  October 03 - catacomb - an underground cemetery consisting of a subterranean gallery with recesses for tombs, as constructed by the ancient Romans  October 04 - cryptozoology - the search for and study of animals whose existence or survival is disputed or unsubstantiated  October 05 - kafkaesque - characteristic or reminiscent of the oppressive or nightmarish qualities of Franz Kafka's fictional world  October 06 - cipher - a secret or disguised way of writing; a code  October 07 - morbid - characterized by an unusual interest in disturbing and unpleasant subjects, especially death and disease  October 08 - eldritch - weird and sinister or ghostly  October 09 - superstition - excessively credulous belief in and reverence for supernatural beings  October 10 - omen - an event regarded as a portent of good or evil  October 11 - miasma - a highly unpleasant or unhealthy smell or vapor  October 12 - poltergeist - a ghost or other supernatural being supposedly responsible for physical disturbances such as loud noises and objects thrown around  October 13 - harridan - a strict, bossy, or belligerent old woman  October 14 - serpentine - of or like a serpent or snake  October 15 - incarnadine - a bright crimson or pinkish-red color  October 16 - pallor - an unhealthy pale appearance  October 17 - apparition - a ghost or ghostlike image of a person  October 18 - abhorrent - inspiring disgust and loathing; repugnant  October 19 - banshee - (in Irish legend) a female spirit whose wailing warns of an impending death in a house  October 20 - dismal - depressing; dreary  October 21 - labyrinth - a complicated irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one's way; a maze  October 22 - sarcophagus - a stone coffin, typically adorned with a sculpture or inscription and associated with the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Rome, and Greece  October 23 - twilight - the soft glowing light from the sky when the sun is below the horizon, caused by the refraction and scattering of the sun's rays from the atmosphere  October 24 - bizarre - very strange or unusual, especially so as to cause interest or amusement  October 25 - foreshadow - be a warning or indication of (a future event)  October 26 - fiend - an evil spirit or demon  October 27 - lycanthrope - a werewolf  October 28 - scythe - a tool used for cutting crops such as grass or wheat, with a long curved blade at the end of a long pole attached to which are one or two short handles  October 29 - lusus naturae - a freak of nature  October 30 - wraith - a ghost or ghostlike image of someone, especially one seen shortly before or after their death  October 31 - jack-o'-lantern - a lantern made from a hollowed-out pumpkin in which holes are cut to represent facial features, typically made at Halloween  November 01 - logophile - a lover of words  November 02 - eloquent - fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing  November 03 - sesquipedalian - (of a word) polysyllabic; long  November 04 - irony - the expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect  November 05 - homophone - each of two or more words having the same pronunciation but different meanings, origins, or spelling  November 06 - homograph - each of two or more words spelled the same but not necessarily pronounced the same and having different meanings and origins.  November 07 - elegy - a poem of serious reflection, typically a lament for the dead  November 08 - palindrome - a word, phrase, or sequence that reads the same backward as forward  November 09 - antithesis - a person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or something else  November 10 - bookish - (of a person or way of life) devoted to reading and studying rather than worldly interests  November 11 - phenomenon - a fact or situation that is observed to exist or happen, especially one whose cause or explanation is in question  November 12 - denouement - the final part of a play, movie, or narrative in which the strands of the plot are drawn together and matters are explained or resolved  November 13 - woe - great sorrow or distress  November 14 - blithe - showing a casual and cheerful indifference considered to be callous or improper  November 15 - trouvaille - a lucky find  November 16 - empirical - based on, concerned with, or verifiable by observation or experience rather than theory or pure logic  November 17 - trite - (of a remark, opinion, or idea) overused and consequently of little import; lacking originality or freshness  November 18 - diction - the choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing  November 19 - hubris - excessive pride or self-confidence  November 20 - motif - a decorative image or design, especially a repeated one forming a pattern  November 21 - anachronism - a thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that in which it exists, especially a thing that is conspicuously old-fashioned  November 22 - gourmand - a person who enjoys eating and often eats too much  November 23 - recant - say that one no longer holds an opinion or belief, especially one considered heretical  November 24 - erudite - having or showing great knowledge or learning  November 25 - omniscient - knowing everything  November 26 - novella - a short novel or long short story  November 27 - metaphor - a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable  November 28 - anagram - a word, phrase, or name formed by rearranging the letters of another  November 29 - expunge - obliterate or remove completely (something unwanted or unpleasant)  November 30 - sough - (of the wind in trees, the sea, etc.) make a moaning, whistling, or rushing sound  December 01 - advent - the arrival of a notable person or thing  December 02 - gelidity - the quality or condition of being extremely cold or icy  December 03 - niveous - snowy or resembling snow  December 04 - awe - a feeling of reverential respect mixed with fear or wonder  December 05 - Scrooge, Ebenezer - a miserly curmudgeon in Charles Dickens's novel A Christmas Carol (1843)  December 06 - levity - humor or frivolity, especially the treatment of a serious matter with humor or in a manner lacking due respect  December 07 - tranquility - the quality or state of being tranquil; calm  December 08 - ephemeral - lasting for a very short time  December 09 - surfeit - an excessive amount of something  December 10 - staid - sedate, respectable, and unadventurous  December 11 - ubiquitous - present, appearing, or found everywhere  December 12 - virtuoso - a person highly skilled in music or another artistic pursuit  December 13 - winsome - attractive or appealing in a fresh, innocent way  December 14 - Grinch - a mean-spirited person who spoils the enjoyment of others; a spoilsport or killjoy  December 15 - mirth - amusement, especially as expressed in laughter  December 16 - quirky - having or characterized by peculiar or unexpected traits or aspects:  December 17 - toboggan - a long, light, narrow vehicle, typically on runners, used for sliding downhill over snow or ice  December 18 - evanescent - soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing  December 19 - zephyr - a soft gentle breeze  December 20 - hearth - the floor of a fireplace  December 21 - tidings - news; information  December 22 - garland - a wreath of flowers and leaves, worn on the head or hung as a decoration  December 23 - cornucopia - a symbol of plenty consisting of a goat's horn overflowing with flowers, fruit, and corn  December 24 - crackle - make a rapid succession of short sharp noises  December 25 - Yuletide - archaic term for Christmas  December 26 - fervor - intense and passionate feeling  December 27 - whimsy - playfully quaint or fanciful behavior or humor  December 28 - kith - one's friends, acquaintances, and relations  December 29 - equanimity - calmness and composure, especially in a difficult situation  December 30 - insidious - proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with very harmful effects  December 31 - revel - enjoy oneself in a lively and noisy way, especially with drinking and dancing
 January 01 - clinquant - glittering with gold and silver; tinseled  January 02 - Elysian - relating to or characteristic of heaven or paradise  January 03 - coterie - a small group of people with shared interests or tastes, especially one that is exclusive of other people  January 04 - eke - make an amount or supply of something last longer by using or consuming it frugally  January 05 - vestibule - an antechamber, hall, or lobby next to the outer door of a building  January 06 - lucid - expressed clearly; easy to understand  January 07 - livid - furiously angry  January 08 - perspicuous - clearly expressed and easily understood; lucid  January 09 - vex - make (someone) feel annoyed, frustrated, or worried, especially with trivial matters  January 10 - puerile - childishly silly and immature  January 11 - splendour - magnificent and splendid appearance; grandeur  January 12 - wistful - having or showing a feeling of vague or regretful longing  January 13 - capybara - a South American mammal that resembles a giant long-legged guinea pig.  January 14 - martyr - a person who is killed because of their religious or other beliefs  January 15 - gimmick - a trick or device intended to attract attention, publicity, or trade  January 16 - brood - a family of birds or other young animals produced at one hatching or birth  January 17 - malady - a disease or ailment  January 18 - zeal - great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective  January 19 - hamartia - a fatal flaw leading to the downfall of a tragic hero or heroine  January 20 - supernova - a star that suddenly increases greatly in brightness because of a catastrophic explosion that ejects most of its mass.  January 21 - celestial - positioned in or relating to the sky, or outer space as observed in astronomy  January 22 - peart - lively; cheerful  January 23 - serendipity - the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way  January 24 - blatherskite - a person who talks at great length without making much sense  January 25 - constellate - form or cause to form into a cluster or group; gather together  January 26 - recalcitrant - having an obstinately uncooperative attitude towards authority or discipline  January 27 - waif - a homeless, neglected, or abandoned person, especially a child  January 28 - moulder - slowly decay or disintegrate, especially because of neglect  January 29 - limpid - (of a liquid) completely clear and transparent  January 30 - travesty - a false, absurd, or distorted representation of something  January 31 - quixotic - extremely idealistic; unrealistic and impractical  February 01 - eidolon - an idealized person or thing  February 02 - desideratum - something that is needed or wanted  February 03 - ensorcell - enchant; fascinate  February 04 - aurora - a natural electrical phenomenon characterized by the appearance of streamers in the sky near the northern or southern magnetic pole.  February 05 - jaded - bored or lacking enthusiasm, typically after having had too much of something  February 06 - limerence - the state of being infatuated with another person, typically experienced involuntarily  February 07 - obfuscate - make obscure, unclear, or unintelligible  February 08 - idle - (of a person) avoiding work; lazy  February 09 - peart - lively; cheerful  February 10 - scintilla - a tiny trace or spark of a specified quality or feeling  February 11 - gangling - (of a person) tall, thin, and awkward in movements or bearing  February 12 - sublime - of very great excellence or beauty  February 13 - ineffable - too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words  February 14 - moonstruck - unable to think or act normally, especially as a result of being in love  February 15 - nostalgia - a sentimental longing or wistful affection for a period in the past  February 16 - panacea - a solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases  February 17 - razz - tease (someone) playfully  February 18 - kin - one's family and relations  February 19 - melodious - relating to or characterized by melody  February 20 - fractious - (typically of children) irritable and quarrelsome  February 21 - idiosyncratic - relating to idiosyncrasy; peculiar or individual  February 22 - spurious - not being what it purports to be; false or fake  February 23 - quandary - a state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a difficult situation  February 24 - pulchritude - beauty  February 25 - rhetoric - the art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing, especially the exploitation of figures of speech and other compositional techniques  February 26 - naturalism - (in art and literature) a style and theory of representation based on the accurate depiction of detail  February 27 - histrionic - excessively theatrical or dramatic in character or style  February 28 - onomatopoeia - the formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named  March 01 - gawky - nervously awkward and ungainly  March 02 - akin - of similar character  March 03 - garrulous - excessively talkative, especially on trivial matters  March 04 - lofty - of imposing height  March 05 - pugnacious - eager or quick to argue, quarrel, or fight  March 06 - relative - considered in relation or in proportion to something else  March 07 - liminal - relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process.  March 08 - gratuitous - done without good reason; uncalled for  March 09 - solicitous - characterized by or showing interest or concern  March 10 - quaint - attractively unusual or old-fashioned  March 11 - inane - lacking sense or meaning; silly  March 12 - pert - (of a girl or young woman) attractively lively or cheeky  March 13 - esoteric - intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest  March 14 - schadenfreude - pleasure derived by someone from another person's misfortune  March 15 - odious - extremely unpleasant; repulsive  March 16 - numinous - having a strong religious or spiritual quality; indicating or suggesting the presence of a divinity  March 17 - loquacious - tending to talk a great deal; talkative  March 18 - impecunious - having little or no money  March 19 - sanguine - optimistic or positive, especially in an apparently bad or difficult situation  March 20 - pungent - having a sharply strong taste or smell  March 21 - charming - very pleasant or attractive  March 22 - soliloquy - an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or regardless of any hearers, especially by a character in a play  March 23 - penurious - extremely poor; poverty-stricken  March 24 - jamboree - a large celebration or party, typically a lavish and boisterous one  March 25 - rapacious - aggressively greedy or grasping  March 26 - incontrovertible - not able to be denied or disputed  March 27 - promulgate - promote or make widely known (an idea or cause)  March 28 - opportunist - person who takes advantage of opportunities as and when they arise, regardless of planning or principle  March 29 - gallivant - go around from one place to another in the pursuit of pleasure or entertainment  March 30 - iconoclast - a person who attacks or criticizes cherished beliefs or institutions  March 31 - pinprick - a prick caused by a pin  April 01 - petrichor - a pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather  April 02 - ungainly - (of a person or movement) awkward; clumsy  April 03 - abject - (of something bad) experienced or present to the maximum degree  April 04 - lurid - unpleasantly bright in colour, especially so as to create a harsh or unnatural effect:  April 05 - spire - a tapering conical or pyramidal structure on the top of a building, typically a church tower  April 06 - proclivity - a tendency to choose or do something regularly; an inclination or predisposition towards a particular thing  April 07 - convivial - (of an atmosphere or event) friendly, lively, and enjoyable  April 08 - unfeigned - genuine; sincere  April 09 - penchant - a strong or habitual liking for something or tendency to do something  April 10 - sanctimonious - making a show of being morally superior to other people  April 11 - inimical - tending to obstruct or harm  April 12 - taut - stretched or pulled tight; not slack  April 13 - rue - bitterly regret (something one has done or allowed to happen) and wish it undone  April 14 - pithy - (of a fruit or plant) containing much pith  April 15 - impetuous - acting or done quickly and without thought or care  April 16 - disperse - distribute or spread over a wide area  April 17 - sinuous - having many curves and turns  April 18 - plethora - a large or excessive amount of something  April 19 - meadow - a piece of grassland, especially one used for hay  April 20 - persnickety - placing too much emphasis on trivial or minor details  April 21 - rusticate - suspend (a student) from a university as a punishment  April 22 - dichotomy - a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different  April 23 - bardolatry - excessive admiration of Shakespeare  April 24 - halcyon - denoting a period of time in the past that was idyllically happy and peaceful  April 25 - gad - go from place to place in the pursuit of pleasure  April 26 - collusion -secret or illegal cooperation or conspiracy in order to deceive others  April 27 - ration - a fixed amount of a commodity officially allowed to each person during a time of shortage, as in wartime  April 28 - clergy - the body of all people ordained for religious duties, especially in the Christian Church  April 29 - mitigate - make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful  April 30 - paradigm - a typical example or pattern of something; a pattern or mode  May 01 - May Day - 1 May, celebrated in many countries as a traditional springtime festival or as an international day honouring workers  May 02 - denouement - the final part of a play, film, or narrative in which the strands of the plot are drawn together and matters are explained or resolved  May 03 - voracious - wanting or devouring great quantities of food  May 04 - sciamachy - sham fighting for exercise or practice  May 05 - vindicate - clear (someone) of blame or suspicion  May 06 - panegyric - a public speech or published text in praise of someone or something  May 07 - indomitable - impossible to subdue or defeat  May 08 - sedulous - (of a person or action) showing dedication and diligence  May 09 - baby boomer - a person born in the years following the Second World War, when there was a temporary marked increase in the birth rate  May 10 - plaudit - an expression of praise or approval  May 11 - audacious - showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks  May 12 - intrepid - fearless; adventurous  May 13 - multifarious - many and of various types  May 14 - eclectic - deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources  May 15 - evanescent - soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing  May 16 - normative - establishing, relating to, or deriving from a standard or norm, especially of behaviour  May 17 - lucent - glowing with or giving off light  May 18 - erudite - having or showing great knowledge or learning  May 19 - encomium - a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly.  May 20 - husbandry - the care, cultivation, and breeding of crops and animals  May 21 - meticulous - showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise  May 22 - niche - a comfortable or suitable position in life or employment:  May 23 - lugubrious - looking or sounding sad and dismal  May 24 - magnanimity - the fact or condition of being magnanimous; generosity  May 25 - cornucopia - a symbol of plenty consisting of a goat's horn overflowing with flowers, fruit, and corn.  May 26 - nascent - (especially of a process or organization) just coming into existence and beginning to display signs of future potential  May 27 - pulchritudinous - beautiful  May 28 - contingent - subject to chance
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