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Custom Shed Builder in Tacoma WA - South Sound Structure

2023.06.09 13:59 Southsoundst Custom Shed Builder in Tacoma WA - South Sound Structure

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2023.06.09 11:22 Charlies_milksteak Expansion Team

Expansion Team
Here's the way too early roster for the Trailblazers G League Expansion Team. The team plans to play at the University of Portland. Once they get thier feet under them I'd rather see the G League team in Eugene OR at Matthew Knight Arena, Tacoma WA at the Tacoma Dome, or Kent WA at the accesso ShoWare Center. I'm personally not a fan of a G League Team playing less than an hour away from thier flagship team.
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2023.06.09 00:55 WashingtonHistory Celebrate over 150 years of roller skating in Washington at SKATE History After Hours this Saturday, June 10 at the Washington State History Museum

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2023.06.09 00:52 Joe0Boxer PPPoE to IPOE - Tacoma, WA Area Century Link Fiber Change

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2023.06.09 00:51 Joe0Boxer PPPoE to IPOE - Tacoma, WA Area Century Link Fiber Change

Hopefully this saves anyone else the same issues I just ran into.
TL;DR If you use your own router with the CenturyLink ONT and your internet randomly fails, you might need to disable PPPoE and select DHCPv4 instead. Still needs to be VLAN 201 but removing the PPPoE auth step restored my service.
Details: CenturyLink Fiber seems to have changed from PPPoE to IPOE which will impact any non-CL routers picking up a WAN IP address.
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2023.06.09 00:43 WashingtonHistory Celebrate 150 years of roller skating in Washington at SKATE History After Hours on Saturday, June 10 at the Washington State History Museum

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2023.06.08 17:16 RedditvisionHost [RSC 60] LESOTHO GRAND PRIX - Special Cup (Grand Final)

Welcome back everybody to the Lesotho Grand Prix! I hope you're all well rested after the intense Mushroom, Flower and Star Cups, because it's time for the main event now - the Special Cup! We have our 30 finalists all competing for gold, but only one can be our racing champion...
Here's a reminder of all the acts hoping to be the next RSC winner!
Draw Country User Artist Song Notes
1 Zimbabwe u/Azzbestos Jessie Ware Begin Again
2 Bolivia u/boliveee Sweet Trip Milk
3 Seychelles u/Bowman3058 FVLCRVM ft. Annet X Do It All Again
4 Libya u/lissa_1111 Brodka Sadza
5 Botswana u/asuto_lp Etta Marcus Nosebleed
6 North Korea u/curryraejepsen LE SSERAFIM Eve, Psyche & The Bluebeard's Wife
7 Mauritius u/jeremy_laporte Jordan Ward FAMJAM4000
8 Bulgaria u/EmiliaLily Metric ft. Brie Larson Black Sheep
9 Maldives u/chaoticciolina Jorja Smith Little Things
10 Palau u/kazamagram Laura Les Haunted cw: Contains strobe lights
11 Faroe Islands u/_xSyracuse Jason Dhakal Manila
12 Macao u/AwesomeJoshua Yung Bae ft. Marc E. Bassy Revolving
13 Yemen u/SaltyPopcorn02 Moyka Rear View
14 Georgia u/ZwissDa2nd jaboukie BBC cw: Contains flashing images
15 Kazakhstan u/mac1oo Danali Tyiym
16 Liechtenstein u/Franky494 Ryan Beatty Andromeda
17 Mozambique u/Sam_Esc Sneaker Pimps 6 Underground
18 Comoros u/Zeiskyte Sui Uzi Hide & Seek
19 Nauru u/ProfessionalEven1277 Johnny Yukon Gloria!
20 Mauritania u/XalionN Mulay See Me
21 Micronesia u/FreeCuddlesAnyone Krzewy Tamte Dni
22 Eswatini u/Chickflopia Debby Friday ft. Uñas I Got It
23 South Korea u/BiPolarBear17 Mokyo MAD
24 Tanzania u/Chimlin Didi Han ft. Lydia-Lee & L-Like Something Like This?
25 Iceland u/BebeLuigi Bubble Tea and Cigarettes Santa Monica
26 Lesotho u/dylantherat Donna Missal Flicker
27 Greenland u/AlexandraAlt_1 Gia Ford A Car Crash For Two
28 Greece u/BFerdinand_ Omar Apollo Tamagotchi cw: BFerdinand_
29 Suriname u/SandHannahtiser Vylet Pony ft. nekosnicker, galaxysquid & namii the yak song
30 Belarus u/-Stanley_yelnats- JPEGMAFIA & Danny Brown Kingdom Hearts Key
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You have until Thursday, 15th June at 23:59CEST to vote. Failure to vote will result in disqualification and a ban from next edition whether you are in the final or not. Members on the waiting list are invited but not obliged to vote, but by doing so can guarantee themselves a reserved spot in the following edition.
Voting is through this form only. Votes received in any other way will not count and be disqualified.
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2023.06.08 11:26 fit_vivant Lessons Learned from Ironman 70.3 Victoria 2023

I did Ironman 70.3 Victoria last month (my first tri!) I wanted to give a few tips re: logistics that I didn’t see elsewhere on reddit or on the race website. This is mostly for my fellow Americans.
Getting there:
· There are 3 Vancouvers: Vancouver, WA, Vancouver BC, and Vancouver Island. Vancouver, WA is very far away - it’s on the WA/OR border. Victoria BC is on Vancouver Island. Vancouver BC is not. Generally, you have to take a ferry to get to Vancouver Island from the US or Canada mainland.
· The “travel tips” video on the race website tells you to take the Victoria Clipper ferry from downtown Seattle. It does not tell you the Clipper is a pedestrian-only ferry (bikes OK, but no cars.) You will need a car for the race – see “Race Site” section, below. If you plan to walk-on to the Clipper and rent a car in Victoria, I recommend planning this a few months in advance. UbeLyft is not available in Victoria. Clipper tickets are $100+ and sell out very quickly in the summer.
· There is a car ferry to Victoria from Port Angeles, WA (Blackball/Coho ferry). There are currently only 3 boats per day; 8am, 12:45pm and 5:15pm. It costs about $80 each way. You’re charged a nominal fee (about $12) when making the reservation, then pay the rest when you arrive at the ferry dock. You are required to be at the dock a minimum of 60 minutes before the boat’s departure time (unless you are a walk-on). 60 min before departure, they start letting the standby cars on. 25 spots are reserved for standby cars (first come first served); then they start giving away spots of those who had reservations but have not yet arrived.
· Prior to all of this, in order to get from Seattle to Port Angeles, you need to take a WA state ferry from downtown Seattle across Puget Sound. There are several cities you can take the ferry to, namely: Bainbridge Island, Bremerton, and Kingston. When selecting a ferry and buying tickets, note that some of these boats may be pedestrian-only, so pay attention.
· Furthermore, WA state ferries are named after other cities in WA that they are not sailing to. For example: the ferries from Seattle to Bainbridge Island are called the “Wenatchee” and the “Tacoma”; the ferry to Bremerton is the “Walla Walla.”
· The WA State ferries are typically running 30-40 min behind schedule, but the website lists the precise timeframes of delays.
· Alternatively, you can (and should) drive around Puget Sound. Because you have to drive south to go north, this can take 2.5+ hours.
· I bought my Blackball/Coho ticket a month before the race. Only the Friday 8am boat had available tickets at that point. I arrived 20 (not 60) minutes before departure. Cars had started lining up to get in the standby line at 6:30am. I couldn’t get on the 8am or 12:45 boat. I barely got onto 5:15pm.
· Returning home, passengers are required to be at the ferry dock in Victoria BC 90 minutes prior to departure. If you stay in a hotel on the inner harbodowntown, it’s at least very close by.
The Race Site:
· The race site is located about 7 miles from the inner harbodowntown Victoria (which is where any/all ferries will let you off). The only realistic way to get to the race site from the inner harbor (especially at 4:30am) is to drive.
· There aren’t many hotels near the race site. You may be able to find a motel or an Airbnb, but it will still be 2-4 miles from the race site. There are exactly two houses at the race site. One of those homeowners owns a ton of acres behind his house, and sells parking spots for $100. You would have enteexit privileges all weekend. I think he can accommodate 100+ cars.
· The other house, next door, appeared to be rented out by a team.
· The only source for drinking water (for spectators) that I could find at the race site was a single water fountain near the swim start. There was also a single food truck (Greek) that was selling bottled water, but I imagine supply becomes limited.
Check-in & Race Day – Site Logistics:
· Bring water and a lunch to check-in. See notes above re: water availability.
· Ironman water bottles sold out almost immediately.
· Spectators must be able-bodied, and ideally, physically fit. A lot of walking is required, as several gates/barriers are set up all around the course. I saw some younger people hopping the gates and bushwhacking to get from point to point (e.g. from the swim start to the swim finish). Otherwise there’s lots of walking through a maze.
· The 3 parking lots are each about 2 miles from the race site. There are school bus shuttles, which require some waiting.
· Porta-potties are abundant for athletes and spectators (separate).
· The park has a new bathroom that was built this year, however, at race check-in the sinks were already completely clogged with sand from swimmers. I imagine race day was worse. Public swimming still occurs during check-in and on race day (mostly families of athletes). The public swim area is roped/buoyed off.
· Spectators should bring lunch/snacks, lots of water, clothing layers (a packable down jacket is ideal), and something to sit on. If you care about your spectator, you should prep these things for them in advance. They will be spending 5-8 hours at the park, waiting for you. If they aren't triathletes or into socializing with them, they should bring a book. Families with young children and/or dogs swam and and played on the playground (near the swimming area) all day. This probably sounds like a nightmare to most Americans, but I noticed during my whole trip that Canadian children seem more precocious and well-behaved, and the dogs more mellow. It seemed to rub off on the Americans kids and dogs, respectively.
· Check in is very time-consuming unless you are a seasoned triathlete and/or have a partnespectator who is.
· You absolutely cannot leave your car unattended while you check-in your bike. If you are alone (i.e., don’t have another driver in your car), you have to give the race officials your bike, go park your car in the lot 2 miles away, shuttle back (which involves lots of waiting), check-in, get your timing chip, bib, and wristband, go thru the expo (it's thankfully small), bring your bike to the transition, and set up your transition area. A pre-race briefing is required (offered about every 1-2 hours). I also did a swim course recon.
· I also stayed for what was listed as a “swim clinic” (optional) - which turned out to be a lecture by Lance Watson with Life Sport Coaching. This was incredibly useful and single handedly calmed all of my nerves about swimming.
The race itself
· All 3 legs of the course are beautiful.
· The run isn’t flat. There are a few little hills. There are also some significant tree roots. I tripped a few times, and saw one older athlete take a tumble.
· I wore normal race-day running shoes. One guy ran it barefoot. I'm not sure how.
· There is lots of course support for all 3 legs. I was surprised (and comforted) by how many support vehicles were on the bike course.
Anyway, I hope this helps someone who plans to do the race in the future! Thank you for coming to my TED talk;)
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2023.06.08 07:13 Semanticprion Why do Tacoma's numbered avenues go so high?

I'm visiting the area and saw avenues going as high as 402nd, seemingly in reference to the Tacoma street grid (on the way back from Rainier.) I've noticed the same thing in other western WA cities. Is this an effort to name roads systematically in anticipation of future growth? Why do multiple cities do the same thing? Just curious.
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2023.06.08 06:10 TryingToBeHere Is top goose a Canada goose x domesticated goose hybrid? -- Tacoma, WA, USA

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2023.06.08 05:06 austnf Possible first truck, curious on what your guys’ mileage has been

Hey guys,
I lease a 2021 RAV4. I’ve been heavily considering a Tacoma for the past two years, and I was in the dealership yesterday talking with my sales guy. I test drove a 2023 TRD and was promptly in love. I was also looking at the base SR5 (4wd dbl cab) for a little less a month. I do a lot of BLM land shooting up here in WA, and the stock RAV can’t hang. We also will be homeowners soon.
We’ve gone back and forth on the particulars, but the thing I’m most concerned about is gas mileage. I’m a commuter with a 25 mile freeway commute each way. I’ve been spoiled with the RAV gas mileage (38 freeway no traffic).
The reason I’m asking your guys’ experience is because I currently get better gas mileage than the car was advertised as. Hell, I’ve gotten as much as 42 hw out of it.
This would be my first truck, outside of driving my late father’s F-150s as a young boy. I’m really just aiming to juggle my wants with what’s practical for a daily commuter.
Thanks for any input!
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2023.06.07 22:36 peanutismint Soleus window AC ('saddle' type design) filling up with water fairly often, even though it's perfectly level.

We live in Tacoma, WA where it's only ever 'hot' for a few weeks out of the year, so we bought one of those 'saddle' type window air conditioner units by a manufacturer called Soleus. We installed it perfectly level both left to right and front to back as the instructions suggested.
It seems to work well, but there's this small plug hole on the interior side for draining out excess water (it recommends once per season) and every time I've opened it there's always been at least a small bowl of water collected.
The thing that made me think about checking the plug hole was that sometimes the unit will turn on and then off again within like 10 seconds, almost as if it tried to start up but couldn't, though no error light or sound is present. It's still pumping out cool air, but it's making me wonder if something might be note quite right.
Also, and this might just be me misremembering, but I could SWEAR I remember seeing somewhere that you should install these with a slight 'outwards' slope, so that excess water or condensation etc. drains out the back of the unit and outside your house...Does anyone know if that's right? Even though the installation manual says differently? Or should we just plan to empty this thing once a month or so during its summer use?
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2023.06.07 18:55 Rachelguy72 2 Passes to Disney and Pixar's Elemental Advance Screening rewards - 300Pts

Orlando, FL
Charlotte, NC
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San Francisco, CA
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Salt Lake City, UT
Las Vegas, NV
Atlanta, GA
Washington, DC
Screenings are on June 14th at 7:00 PM local time.
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2023.06.07 18:36 UNCfan07 UPS is starting to have issues

Never really had an problem with UPS for past 5 years. But just recently this has happened 3 times where something comes to my city then randomly goes across the country.
This was in my city (Atlanta) for 6 days with no movement then randomly showed up in Washington state? Filed a claim with PayPal and got my money back then next day finally had some movement
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2023.06.07 18:15 Theworldisflat44 PA to Dealership Time?

We just purchased a new I5 Limited on Memorial Day and were told the vehicle would arrive within two weeks. After some research on here I was able to pull the window sticker and gather information leading me to believe the car has been at the TC (Tacoma) port since late April.
My local dealer also happened to have an I5 on the lot that appears to have been shipped over on the same ship from Korea as they shared the same window sticker release date, shipping date and shipping vessel code.
Using the Hyundai VIN tool website I see my car is at an AA status with a planned delivery date that was 6/14 when I first looked it up, then 6/21 and now 6/29.
What gives? Does anyone know if the ports are still backed up? Or why the dealer would take delivery of one I5 Limited from the same ship and not the one I purchased? The TC port is only about 3 hours away from my dealer.
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2023.06.07 11:08 perky_colors59 Travel Nurse Shot in Tacoma WA Over Parking Spot

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2023.06.07 05:49 Chloe102 Car trade in options

I have a 2017 Hyundai Tucson that is very very difficult to insure and very costly to do so. Due to that I’m going to try and trade it in. I live in WA state and am very outdoorsy and have large dogs. I am looking at Subarus. I’m debating on a crosstrek vs forester. I’m also open to other ideas. Any thoughts or things I should consider. Pros and cons on either car? Thanks! ETA-budget is roughly 25K
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2023.06.07 03:44 weapongod30 Expense on rewiring/adding grounds

Hi all. Just bought my first house a few months back, and am in a place where I can start saving up some cash again. I was hoping to get a ballpark on how much it would cost to rewire the outlets in my home.
For context: century old house in Tacoma, WA that was added onto in the 60s sometime. Service was upgraded to 200A sometime in the past. The panel has ground, however the only grounded outlet in the house is the one in the tiny addition (and the detached garage). The other outlets in the house still have two wire cloth Romex running to them (I don't think there's any knob and tube up in the attic though, from what I can see). It's a small house, <700 square feet, and I'd be looking at updating 12 outlets in total
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2023.06.07 03:25 ChlorineHuffer Orlando Based EMT-B’s

Hey all! Not exactly new to EMS as I’ve been an EMT-B in multiple capacities (911, travel, IFT’s, ER) but was hoping to get some input on your hourly rates around Orlando.
I currently live in Tacoma, WA and we’re making about $23-$25/hr starting here. I know Florida will be a lot lower than this but the cost of living here has become pretty outrageous even with the wage increases. So just curious and looking to get a baseline on how salaries/ job prospects are in Florida nowadays.
Thanks all!
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2023.06.06 23:20 kinglucent Is Enchanted Forest worth the trip without kids?

Hi there, childless Tacoma WA couple here. I've driven past Enchanted Forest many times over the years and as a theme park fan, I've always been curious about it.
It's a ≈3.5hr drive for us and while the theming looks delightful, the experience seems a bit barebones.
Can anyone speak to whether or not this would be worth the trip for two adults (with an appreciation for childlike wonder)?
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2023.06.06 21:11 maedude Hyundai Car Theft - Auto Repair recommendations

Unfortunately, my car was stolen a couple days ago from Belltown condo garage. Yup, I have a 2013 hyundai accent and they ripped the steering column apart and started the car with a screwdriver. Seems I'm one of thoisands who has experienced this lately. The car was found, thankfully without any drugs in it nor any body damage. Car still turns on (mechanic in tow lot started the car in front of me with a screw driver after I asked him how the thieves could have started it lol)
So for any who has experienced similar... I need to find a repair shop who can repair this. Any recommendations? I have a insurance, so I'd just have to pay the $500 deductible. But yeah, car is in Tacoma tow lot. So I need to get it towed to a shop soon.
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2023.06.06 15:18 jslpmec Utah - Title/Registration a lease from an out of state Hyundai dealership

I live in Utah and a few weeks ago, I went to a Hyundai dealership in Washington state to lease a new car, as that was the only place I could find a particular trim/color that I wanted.
I got a 3-day trip permit from WA state to drive the car back to Utah, and since then, I have been unable to get the car titled and registered in Utah. Because the dealership is out of state, they just said they would give me the paperwork I needed and I could go in person to the Utah DMV to handle it myself.
They mailed me the MSO and the odometer disclosure statement, but the DMV says that because this is a lease, I need POA from the leasing company in order to title the car in Utah. The dealership thinks that is incorrect.
The dealership had me sign in Section 6 as the Owner on form TC-656 Vehicle Application for Utah Title. I thought this was weird as I'm not really the owner of a car in a lease. The DMV is expecting to see the leasing company as the owner listed on the form and their signature, OR they said I could sign for them as long as I had that POA I mentioned earlier. The dealership is insisting that this is wrong and they have never encountered this situation before doing other out of state deals, but admitted they don't deal with Utah much...
At this point I'm 3 weeks into a lease for a car that is sitting in my garage that I can't drive, and the dealership I've been dealing with hasn't inspired much confidence that they know what they are doing. Has anyone dealt with this situation before? Any advice on what needs to be done?
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