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2018.06.08 18:42 mattf727 SA's Dance Community

Messages and events for the dance community of San Antonio.
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2011.12.09 21:58 nwangelo Southern California Hiking/Backpacking

This is a place for fellow hikers and backpackers in Southern California to organize meet ups, post gear reviews, trip reviews, and etc. Hopefully this will unite local hikers and allow us to meet and explore the beautiful landscape we inhabit.
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2013.01.14 05:31 dailythought Pinniped: Sea Lions, Seals, & Walruses!

For the people who love pinniped animals as much as I do. You can submit rescue stories, pictures (either your own or other websites), videos, or anything relating to these cute sea/land creatures! CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION. IT WILL BE UP ASAP.
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2023.06.11 00:17 IIaKeTuK Dear Helio Guardians,

Helio Protocol functions are temporarily paused for emergency maintenance due to some attack attempts. All funds are safe, and we have not detected any damage. Our team is actively working to review the case and will get back to you with more details shortly, as well as an estimated timeline for returning all functions.
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2023.06.11 00:04 Eihabu I want to get methodical about probing the depths of music with these traits (generally modernist and later – DENSE counterpoint and/or harmony; very unusual scales)

I’ve found the subreddits for clasical music better (for my tastes) than (cough) some other forums, so I'm posting this here. Especially after someone around here pointed me to Sorabji, who I am in love with now — this is what people told me Scriabin was going to sound like — and I’ve never even seen him discussed anywhere else.
I’ve listened to 4000 albums that are new to me in the last couple years. Mostly thanks to RYM, where I could build charts by descriptions and subgenres. I eased my way into jazz — marked Cecil Taylor “interesting but too free” on my first pass — and now he and a dozen other free jazz musicians are my favorites by far. My taste in metal did the same thing: flung out to the deep ends of the avant-garde. Liturgy mixes black metal sounds into a totalist compositional style, Jute Gyte writes in 24tet for the most dissonant assault I’ve ever heard, metal that doesn’t reach this level of sheer idiosyncracy just doesn’t capture my imagination anymore.
All that is to say, I am — at this point in my musical journey — the kind of person who naturally finds Boulez more interesting that Beethoven. There are still a handful of “popular” acts that do or did enough musically to keep my attention — Stevie Wonder, deeper funk acts that made up for approachable melody/harmony with an intense sense of rhythm— but my tastes are also informed by my own dabbling in music, in the sense that I don’t want “good tunes” as much as I want listening to someone else’s music to *teach* me something. And I could shuffle diatonic/pentatonic melodies over diatonic chords all day. Yeah, I know, there are a billion songs still to be written in C and I can learn to write those better.
So the #1 thing that appeals to me in music now is — well, it’s hard to summarize in a word, but I see it as various expressions of a single core idea, I’ll break it down like this: 1. when a melody note goes over a chord it “shouldn’t” go over; 2. when a chord follows a chord that it “shouldn’t” follow; 3. when a chord shouldn’t be “a chord” at all (think of Ives basing pieces around “chords” including all 12 notes, and doing this again and again to entirely different effects.)
So a large portion of what I love is going to be broadly “avant-garde,” but there’s a lot of “avant-garde” stuff I just know I’ll never care much for. Solo violin performances, even if they are from Berg. Dark ambient-esque sonorism, however “dissonant.” I need vertical and horizontal “complexity” together. Everything doesn’t have to be as overbearingly dense as Sorabji, but if it *is* as heavy as Sorabji, I probably *am* going to love it.
One trouble is, I feel like the majority of modernist classical stuff is closer to Berg’s violin sonatas than Ives’ fourth symphony. If there aren’t some moments I feel like my brain needs to return to and take some time to just compute, I feel like I’m wasting my time.
An even bigger trouble is, I feel I’ve exhausted how far crawling around for recommendations here and there can take me. It’s just so easy to keep using RYM charts to find and sort *literally anything else* that I know over the long term, my interest in classical won’t keep up unless I do something else to ensure it sticks. Second, I’ve ran through most of the big names — Messiaen, Boulez, Ligeti, Penderecki, Schonberg, Ives, Carter, Xenakis — leaving odd stray mentions of smaller names, and where do I even start with them? They could have one or two works that massively land in my tastes, and a much larger number that don’t. But realistically I’m not going to sit through five symphonies waiting to figure that out. On RYM and the genres it handles well, I could search for the “dense” descriptor and look at negative reviews from people saying it gave them a headache or it’s “like eating a whole box of chocolates in one sitting” or wherever.
So this is a recommendations post because I am always interested in more modern classical recommendations, especially here, but also a broader request to help me keep classical music in my diet going forward. I want to know the stuff that falls in my sphere of interest here as well as I do in jazz for instance.
Things that are:
- in odd, unusual, nonexistent “modes” or “scales”, which can sound as pretty as Messiaen or as dissonant as Boulez, I count serialism here just because it contrasts so severely with all other music that has any tonal center at all, but especially if the counterpoint is as dense as it gets in Boulez
- dense, in terms of tonality shifting frequently, or of the complexity of chords (see Ives’), or many layers of polyphony or counterpoint — so many modernist symphonies are mostly solo instruments with a creepy violin pluck thrown as an accent occasionally, and that just doesn’t hit for me
- complex, or loose and fluctuating rhythms are a plus but not my main
Ian Ring’s website breaks down that there are 413 mathematically possible 7-note scales. I mean, I’d love to have a collection sorted by each of them with all of them filled in, then a further section for polytonal combinations of odd scales.... I know I’m describing something absurd.
So first, obviously the floor is open for any and all composer / composition / recording recommendations that fall around these criteria. But just as if not more importantly, how can I keep a radar out for things with these qualities when I’m checking RYM’s yearly charts for dense, avant-garde, etc.? By which I mean, if the answer is some label that has a wide assortment of styles, I’m just not realistically going to keep up listening to random names there unless I find they stand a high chance of falling in these categories. If there’s anyone out there that’s made a listing sort of along the lines of Scaruffi’s, anywhere I could find these kind of huge indepth rankings from people that are placing these works in a broader historical and musical scope of some kind, that would be amazing. I’d happily spend the next year going through every recording, maybe even dedicate a whole year exclusively to classical. I *have* gone through Boulez and Messiaen’s Completes Ō€veures disc by disc in order more than once by now.
This is a very uncommon issue to have, I know — even in classical forums people don’t talk about modernism as much — I figure this place is my best bet for finding people of similar bent.
Thank you guys in advance 🙏
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2023.06.11 00:03 nightauthor /r/SanAntonio will shutdown for the foreseeable future

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2023.06.11 00:03 A_Discount_El_Chapo conor really did a number on the poor guy

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2023.06.11 00:02 ElderSpring Questions to ask when touring potential boarding barn?

I’m considering moving my horse to a different boarding barn. Nothing wrong with the current barn but it’s slowed down so there’s less people, there’s no trails on-site which I miss having and this new barn has some other amenities which I’d like to have.
I moved to my current barn years ago as an immediate emergency move from an abusive barn owner. Thankfully it turned out great and I’ve loved this barn for years but I think it’s time to move to something more fitting for us.
What types of questions are good to ask? Any red flags to be on the lookout for? The barn has great reviews on all platforms and BO sent me lots of photos of the farm and was very happy to schedule a tour.
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2023.06.11 00:01 sjanevardsson Better With a Friend

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The PV Hobby Horse, a small cargo ship in the manufacturer’s default medium grey, sat at one end of the docks. Mid-bulk transports took the other occupied slots, while the big ships were loaded by drone on the opposite side of the station.
Sidra Boston, captain of the Hobby Horse and professional bounty hunter, found herself facing a trip back into aslodzhin space to fulfill a promise. The trip was going to cost. Any other species’ space, she’d find someone that needed a small cargo delivered, but not so the aslodzhins. They already had her and her ship registered as a private vehicle for the purpose of bounty hunting, and their rules were as strict and inflexible as their carapace.
On a whim, she checked for any bounties put out by the aslodzhin courts. That she found one surprised her; the fact that the bounty was so low it wouldn’t even cover docking fees didn’t. Still, the skip was reportedly on this station, and it saved her a few credits.
Sidra wandered the station, stopping in the first eatery she encountered. They did a passable burger and fries, but the milkshake tasted like sweetened sludge, and was undrinkable.
She paid for her meal and looked at the warrant again. The hikarin female shouldn’t be difficult to find. Hikarins were tall, often well over two meters, thin, fine-boned, furry, and had six limbs, sometimes walking on four, sometimes on three and sometimes on two. The center two limbs were long and strong enough to act as legs, yet they had grasping feet-hands. This station, in human space, had few hikarins, and even fewer with the rare, orange fur of her bounty.
Finding her quarry was easier than expected. She sat against the wall in the main concourse and held a sign asking for food or assistance to get to Lizshak, a world in aslodzhin space.
Sidra didn’t have any weapons or cuffs on her, but thought she’d give it a try. “Minsahee?” she asked.
The hikarin nodded. Her large eyes were sunken, her fur a matted and dull orange-brown beneath crusted clothes. “Can you help me get home?”
“Minsahee, I have a warrant for your arrest for failure to appear before the aslodzhin court. You can come with me quietly, or I can go back and get my cuffs and shackles and we can do this the hard way.”
Minsahee’s eyes filled with tears. “You mean, you’ll take me to Lizshak?”
“I wasn’t planning on going that far, but I’ll get you to aslodzhin space, Station 47, and the court will take you wherever you’re meant to stand trial.” Sidra extended a hand to help the hikarin to her feet.
She was too weak to walk on two limbs, instead leaning over to walk on four, and even then, her steps were unsteady. Sidra put an arm around her and was surprised at how bony the woman felt under the fur.
“Do you need a doctor?”
Minsahee leaned against Sidra. “No, I’m just tired.”
Sidra didn’t see a need to put the hikarin in the cell built into the cargo bay, and instead offered her a bunk in an unused cabin. “I’m trusting you not to be stupid,” she said. “Remember, I could take you on my worst day and your best, so don’t make me lock you up.”
Minsahee said nothing. Instead, she lay on the bunk, once again on the verge of tears.
Sidra grabbed a meal bar from the pantry and gave it to her with a jug of water. “There’s a washroom right next door if you need it. Once we’re in the hyper lane I’ll have time to answer any questions.”
At least the return trip to aslodzhin space would be quiet. She’d spent the last two weeks with a crippled turgen in the cell, cursing her every minute he was awake, until she finally snapped, “You wouldn’t stop! You threatened to kill the hikarin you’d already hurt, and the aslodzhin officer, and me! How was I to know you can’t walk or stand without the use of your tail, anyway?”
The court was at first reluctant to pay the bounty, given his condition. Once they saw the bodycam footage, though, they relented.
This was a strange one, though. She’d picked up skips in various states of injury or illness, but never one that seemed on the verge of starving to death.
Once they were in the lane, course plotted in, she returned to the cabin Minsahee was using. The door was still open, and the empty wrapper for the meal bar was folded neatly and laid next to the pillow on the bunk. The hikarin had drunk half the water and was sleeping curled up in a ball.
Sidra closed the door and slept in a chair right outside it. It wouldn’t do to have the gal try to sneak to the cockpit and reroute the ship to Lizshak.
When Sidra woke a few hours later, Minsahee was still asleep. She heated up a can of potato-leek soup with ham and filled a bowl for herself. It was just as she started on her meal that Minsahee entered, carrying the half-empty water jug and meal bar wrapper.
Sidra looked up at her. “You hungry?”
Minsahee nodded and Sidra got up and poured the other half can of soup into a bowl, put a spoon in it, and set it on the table opposite herself. She sat back down and nodded at the bowl.
The hikarin got the message and sat to eat. She ate as if it was the last meal she’d ever get. Still, she only managed to eat half of it.
“Thank you, Captain.”
“So, Minsahee, why Lizshak?”
“I have—had a home there. Maybe I can go back to my job after I serve my time.”
“Your warrant didn’t say anything about your crime. You mind telling me?”
“Not a crime, a civil infraction.” Minsahee still held on to the meal bar wrapper until Sidra pointed at the recycler where she finally deposited it.
“What was the infraction, and how much time are you facing?”
“Mandatory three standard days for failure to appear for an appointment to have my signature notarized.”
Sidra’s spoon stopped halfway to her mouth which hung open. She set the spoon back in the bowl. “Say that again?”
“I was closing out a lease, which required a notarized signature. I had an appointment at the court notary but had to leave the day prior for Amherst station where you picked me up.”
“Why is that?”
“My hemi-brother was injured and in intensive care there. He was my only remaining family.”
Sidra sighed. “Was. I take it he didn’t make it?”
Minsahee shook her head. “I spent every credit I had getting there and had no way back.”
“How long were you on Amherst?”
“I don’t know in standard days, but seventy-one human days.”
“Shit.” Sidra went back to eating her soup. “Do you feel a little better with some food in your belly?”
“Yes, Captain. Thank you again.”
“I’m going to lay out a few simple rules on my ship. One: never enter the cockpit unless I tell you to. Two: never cycle an airlock unless I tell you to. Three: Clean up after yourself. That includes putting your leftovers in the fridge over there and finishing them later. I hate waste. Four: if you’re using the washroom, flip the switch just inside the door up, so I know you’re in there, and flip it down when you leave.”
“Yes, Captain, I will do those things.”
“As long as you don’t break the rules, you can call me Sid. Is it okay if I call you Min?”
Minsahee nodded. “Yes, I’d like that.”
Sidra stood up and cleaned up her dishes. “Not rules, but a few helpful things. If you want to wait to eat when I eat, that’s fine, but if you’re hungry, don’t be afraid to come in and feed yourself. Drinking water is available from the labeled tap over there. First aid kit is right there, too, but there’s nothing in there to make me go night-night or get you high. If you need to, feel free to use my shampoo. I take it you haven’t had a good wash in a while, right?”
Minsahee looked down at the table. “Right.”
“Hey, don’t be embarrassed. It’s not your fault. Social Services on Amherst should’ve done something to help.”
As Minsahee put her leftovers in the fridge, Sidra flopped down on the sofa and started up a holo series. She hadn’t been able to pay any attention with her last passenger, so it seemed like a good time to catch up.
She heard the shower start and stop several times. At least she knows how to wash without wasting water, Sidra thought. During quiet parts of the holo she could hear pained grunts and sharp intakes of breath from the cabins.
Sidra paused the holo and went to check on Minsahee. Her door was open, and she was trying to untangle bright orange fur with her fingers. Her clothes lay in a pile beside the bed.
Sidra grabbed a comb and brush from the washroom and tapped on her door. “Would you like some help?”
“I don’t want to be a bother—”
“Nonsense. You can throw those clothes and the bedsheets in the sterilizer and come sit in the galley with me. I’ll work on your back while you work on your front.”
“But I’m naked.”
“So? See anyone else around here?”
Minsahee picked up the clothes and sheets and put them in the machine that Sidra pointed to. It started automatically, and she followed Sidra back to the galley.
“I’m gonna sit on the sofa, just sit on the floor in front of me and I’ll get started on your back.”
Once they’d settled in, Sidra resumed play on the holo and began to comb the mats out of the hikarin’s fur. She was careful not to pull too hard, instead treating it as she did the rescue cat she’d had years before.
“Captain, why would you do this for me?”
“I told you, Min, call me Sid.” She took a deep breath and let it out. “Maybe I just don’t want the court to think I abused you on the way.”
Minsahee shook her head. “That’s not it. You could’ve brought me in exactly as you found me, and they wouldn’t care. So why, Sid?”
“Most of the time my job’s pretty lonely. I guess it’s just nice having a skip that isn’t trying to run, or kill me, or anything of the sort.” She laughed. “You’re the first bounty I’ve ever picked up that wanted to go serve your time.”
“I can’t get work until I do,” she said, “so I should.”
Once Sidra had worked out the mats on Minsahee’s head, back, and upper arms, she handed the comb to her and began to brush out those areas. All the while, the two watched episode after episode of the holo.
They stopped partway through the evening to eat; Minsahee reheating and finishing her soup and Sidra making herself a sandwich. Even though her clothes were clean, Minsahee didn’t rush to dress. When Sidra had finished with the brush, Minsahee took over, brushing her forelimbs and legs, chest, belly, and neck.
As one of the holo episodes ended, Sidra stopped it and stood. “I’m going to shower and go to bed. If you want to keep watching you can, just no spoilers.”
“Spoilers?”
“If you watch more episodes, don’t tell me what happens. I like to find out for myself.”
“I think I’m just going to finish brushing out my legs, and then go to sleep myself. I’m not ready to put clothes on with how good my fur feels right now. Besides, I think the show’s more enjoyable with a friend.”
Sidra nodded and left the galley. A friend, she thought, is that how she sees me? The sterilizer was on the way to the cabins, so she pulled out the sheets and clothes, made up Minsahee’s bed, and laid her folded clothes in the center of it. The four-sleeved top had a large rip on one of the lower sleeves, but Sidra didn’t have any way to repair it.
She stepped into the shower, wet herself down, scrubbed, and rinsed quickly. She walked out carrying her clothes and wrapped in a towel. Minsahee waited for her just inside the door of her cabin. “Thank you again, ca—Sid.”
“Get some sleep, Min.” Sidra dropped her clothes and the towel in the sterilizer on her way by and lay down to sleep in her own cabin. She knew for sure now that Minsahee wasn’t going to sneak onto the bridge or try to strangle her in her sleep.
The next morning, Sidra pulled the treasure she’d picked up on Amherst out of the pantry. Two real potatoes. She’d planned on gorging on home fries, but since she had company, she’d share. Shit, she thought, company? I thought I was hauling a skip.
As she finished chopping the potatoes, she answered herself aloud, “No, she’s a good woman. She just missed an appointment, we all do. It’s the bugs that are the baddies here.”
“Did you say something?”
Sidra jumped, knocking the knife off the counter. It landed on her foot, leaving a long gash. “Ow, shit!”
“Lay down and elevate your foot,” Minsahee said with more force than Sidra thought her capable of. She pulled the first-aid kit off the wall and dropped down next to Sidra. In a matter of seconds, she’d cleaned the wound, and begun pulling out the suture kit. “I’m sorry, Captain, it’s deep and it needs stitches.”
“What was your job?” Sidra asked.
“Second-rank-emergency-trauma-physician-first-class,” she answered, as she sprayed a numbing agent on the injury.
“Aslodzhin titles. That would be like, what, an ER doctor in human space?”
“Similar,” she said, while stitching up Sidra’s foot. “The only things we don’t do are those we pass off to surgeons or specialists.”
Within a matter of minutes, Sidra’s foot was stitched and bandaged, and Minsahee helped her to the sofa where she could lie down and elevate her foot. Only after she was settled did she notice that besides tending her wound, Minsahee had cleaned up the blood, tidied up the suture and bandage packages, and repacked the first aid kit.
“Thanks, Min. Or I guess I should say Doctor Minsahee.”
“There’s no need for that. But I will have to take care of you for a few days. You need to stay off that foot as much as possible.”
“Ugh.”
“What were you preparing to cook?”
“I was going to make us some home fries. The potatoes are chopped and ready.”
“I don’t know what home fries or potatoes are, but if you talk me through it, I can make it for you.”
As Sidra lay on the sofa, eating home fries, she looked at the hikarin woman seated in the chair across from her, savoring them, taking her time.
“You know, Min, I think these may be the best home fries I’ve ever had. I don’t know whether it’s the potatoes, the cook, or the company.”
“Like I said, everything’s better with a friend.”
“We’ll have to do this again.”
“When I finish my time?”
“That sounds like a plan. I can hang around and wait a few days for you. Maybe even find some potatoes there on the station…wouldn’t that be something?”
Minsahee cleaned up the mess in the galley and made sure Sidra had water close to hand. “I’ll go make sure the cabins and washroom are clean. If you need anything, call.”
“They’re clean enough. Let’s watch some more of this series.” The next episode started, and Sidra looked at her foot, then at the hikarin woman curled up on the floor watching with her. She’d always worked alone, but maybe she could do with a doctor on board…or even a friend.
Reedsy prompt: Write about two people striking up an unlikely friendship.
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2023.06.10 23:05 gregorian79 Wireless CarPlay Adapter Review - OTTOCAST U2 Air

Wireless CarPlay Adapter Review - OTTOCAST U2 Air
I have been using the OTTOCAST U2 Air wireless carplay adapter for about 4 months now and figured I would write my thoughts here to help those in search of such an adapter.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09Q59XY7Y/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
The Good:
- The unit is very compact, fits nicely underneath the USB port. The provided cable is perfect length - see below picture.
- I like the price. At around $100, I think it is reasonably priced.
- The boot up time is very short. I haven't measured exactly how many seconds it takes but usually comes on what feels like 15-20sec.
- It is very convenient not have to take your phone out of your pocket every time and plug in to have carplay and be able to use google maps / apple music on the large screen etc.
- I don't feel any latency, delay or difference in music quality or navigation vs. plug-in carplay whatsoever. Phone call quality is just as good as well.
The Bad:
- The unit did not work for me out of the box! I almost returned it. Then noticed an amazon review talking about firmware upgrade and thought I would give it a shot. The below video was helpful on how to upgrade the firmware. After the upgrade the unit connected right away to my iphone without any issues:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAV5OKyy-1I&t=50s
- I listen to music all the time while I am driving and every once in a while the song will "skip". This is not very annoying and doesn't happen very often. It is totally random. Sometimes it doesn't happen for a whole week, sometimes twice within the same 15-20 min. drive.
- Every once in a while, the unit is not able to pull up google maps. The maps tile will be blank. This happens way less frequent than skipping issue I mentioned above and un-plugging and plugging back in has solved it every single time.
Final Thoughts:
The adapter is not perfect but I can say I would recommend it for anyone who is looking for a wireless solution to carplay. The convenience of leaving the phone in your pocket outweighs the shortcomings of the unit in my opinion.

This is how the adapter looks like. Nice and slim and you can easily close the lid of that tiny cubby, which I never do.

For longer drives, I unplug the adapter and plug in this tiny USB cable.
Link to USB cable:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DNB51ZD/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Link to center console organizer:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07W3RWF63?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details

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2023.06.10 23:01 reptomcraddick Is there a word for when you hate cars but you’re so used to cars being the only way to get around that you’re really surprised when there’s other options?

In a way it’s car-brained, but not really? For context I’ve lived in Texas for 8 years and I’m about to graduate college and would like to move to Boston. I own a car now (San Antonio) but I knew Boston was pretty easy to get around via transit so I would like to not own one, my only hang out was I wanted to be able to visit other places in New England, and, as a Texan, I assumed the only way to do it was via car, and I was startled to find out you can get trains and buses to all kinds of small towns! In Texas we have less train stations than airports, and bus companies don’t really go to small towns around larger ones, they assume you’ll be picked up or rent a car.
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2023.06.10 22:47 WaveCandid906 All F1 and F2 deaths:

(Including F2 because of Jim Clark) (Names and Nationalitys of Spectators are taken from the Motorsport Memorial and some may not be 100% correct) (If instead of the flag it has a "🏁" its because I'm not sure of that person's nationality)
Rest In Peace
1950
🇩🇪 Herbert Morgenstern(Race)(Rund um das Scheibenholz)(F2 Race)
🇨🇭🇨🇭🇫🇷 Spectator Jacob Hurter, Spectator René Meister and Spectator Albert Camer(Race)(Nations Grand Prix)
🇫🇷 Pierre Raymond SommeRaymond Sommer(Race)(Grand Prix de l'Haute Garonne)(F2 Race)
🇩🇪 Karl Alfred Gommann/Karl Gommann(Race)(Grenzlandringrennen)(F2 Race)
🏁🏁 Spectator Carmen Laguna de Lomas and Spectator Secundino Sánchez Navarro(Race)(Penya Rhin Grand Prix)
1951
🇮🇹 Spectator Antonio "Antonino" Cavestri and possibly more Spectators(Practice)(San Remo Grand Prix)
1952
🇩🇪 Paul Suhler Greifzu/Paul Greifzu(Practice)(Dessauer Auto und Motorradrennen)(F2 Race)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Cameron Charles Earl/Cameron Earl(Test)
1953
🇮🇹🏁🇦🇷🏁🏁🏁🏁🏁🏁🏁(?)🏁🏁(?)🏁(?)🏁🏁 Spectator Juan Gallo, Spectator Ítalo Gallo, Spectator Rubén Carrillo, Spectator Claudio Enrique Rivas, Spectator Elvio(Or Pedro) Ulises Etchegaray, Spectator Juan José Temprano, Spectator Oscar Argentino Cabret(Or Cabré), Spectator Hugo Valdés, one unknown Spectator and possibly another Spectator(Race) a young Spectator and possibly 2 other unknown Spectators(Race) and other 2 unknown Spectators(Race)(Argentine Grand Prix)(Note: Some sources list the first crash as killing 15 or 17 people)
🇺🇲🇺🇸 Chester Joseph MilleChet Miller(Practice) and Carl Eugene Scarborough/Carl Scarborough(Race)(Indianapolis 500/Indy 500)(Also part of the AAA National Championship Trail)
🇧🇪 Baron Charles Victor Raymond André Evance de Tornaco/Charles de Tornaco(Practice)(Modena Grand Prix)
1954
🇧🇪🇧🇪 Spectator Antoine de Mittenaire and Spectator Robert Fontesse(Race)(Grand Prix des Frontières)
🇦🇷 Onofre Agustín Marimón/Onofre Marimón(Practice)(German Grand Prix)
1955
🇮🇹 Mario Alborghetti(Race)(Pau Grand Prix)
🇺🇸🇺🇲 Manuel Leaonedas Ayulo/Manuel Ayulo/Manny Ayulo(Practice) and William John Vukovich Sr./Bill Vukovich(Race)(Indianapolis 500/Indy 500)(Also part of the AAA National Championship Trail)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Donald Bentley Beauman/Don Beauman(Race)(Leinster Trophy)(F2 Race)
1956
1957
🇮🇹 Eugenio Castellotti(Test)
🇺🇲 Keith Philip Andrews/Keith Andrews(Practice)(Indianapolis 500/Indy 500)(Also part of the USAC National Championship Trail)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧🇧🇷/🇺🇲 William James Whitehouse/William Whitehouse/Bill Whitehouse(Race) and Hugh FraseHerbert MacKay-Fraser(Race)(1st Coupe de Vitesse/Coupe Internationale de Vitesse)(F2 Support Race)
1958
🇺🇸 Patrick James O'ConnoPat O'Connor(Race)(Indianapolis 500/Indy 500)(Also part of the USAC National Championship Trail)
🇮🇹 Luigi Musso(Race)(French Grand Prix)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Peter John Collins/Peter Collins(Race)(German Grand Prix)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Stuart Nigel Lewis-Evans/Stuart Lewis-Evans(Race)(Moroccan Grand Prix)
1959
🇺🇸🇺🇲 Jeremy Michael Unser Jr./Jerry Unser Jr.(Practice) and Robert Charles CortneBob Cortner(Practice)(Indianapolis 500/Indy 500)(Also part of the USAC National Championship Trail)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Ivor Léon John Bueb/Ivor Leon Bueb/Ivor Bueb(Race)(II Trophée d'Auvergne)(F2/BP Trophy Race)
1960
🇫🇷/🇺🇸 Harry Lawrence O'Reilly Schell/Henry O'Reilly "Harry" Schell/Harry Schell(Practice)(12th BRDC International Trophy)
🇺🇲🇺🇸 Spectator Fred H. Linder and Spectator William C. Craig(Race)(Indianapolis 500/Indy 500)(Also part of the USAC National Championship Trail)
🇳🇱 Spectator Petrus Johannes Maria Alders/Peter(Or Piet or Jan) Alders(Race)(Dutch Grand Prix)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Christopher William Bristow/Chris Bristow(Race) and Alan Stacey(Race)(Belgian Grand Prix)
🇳🇿 George William Lawton/George Lawton(Race)(Danish Grand Prix)(F2 Race)
1961
🇳🇿 Duncan Mackenzie(Race)(April Levin Meeting)(F2 Race)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿/🇬🇧 Shane Lister Summers/Shane Summers(Practice)(Silver City Trophy)
🇮🇹 Giulio Cabianca and by-passers Gino Arboresi, Eugenio Stefani and Ivo Messori(Test)
🇩🇪🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇨🇭🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🏁(?) Wolfgang Alexander Albert Eduard Maximilian Reichsgraf Berghe von Trips/Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips/Wolfgang von Trips and Spectator Paolo Perazzone, Spectator Laura Zorzi, Spectator Mario Brambilla, Spectator Luigi Fassi, Spectator Albino Albertini, Spectator Luigi Motta, Spectator Augusto Camillo Valleise, Spectator Franca Duguet, Spectator Claudina Polognoli, Spectator Giuseppina Lenti, Spectator Franz Waldvogel, Spectator Luigi Freschi, Spectator Roberto Brambilla, Spectator Rinaldo Girod, Spectator Renato Janin and possibly more Spectators(Race)(Italian Grand Prix)
1962
🇲🇨 Race Marshal Ange Baldoni(Race)(Monaco Grand Prix)
🇲🇽 Ricardo Valentín Rodríguez de la Vega/Ricardo Rodríguez de la Vega/Ricardo Rodríguez(Practice)(Mexican Grand Prix)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿/🇬🇧/🇿🇼 Gary Stuart Hocking/Gary Hocking(Practice)(Natal Grand Prix)
1963
🇩🇪 Red Cross Volunteer Guenther SchneideGünther Schneider(Race)(German Grand Prix)
1964
🇳🇱 _Jonkheer_ Karel Pieter Antoni Jan Hubertus (Carel) Godin de Beaufort/Carel Godin de Beaufort/Carel de Beaufort(Practice)(German Grand Prix)
1965
🇿🇦 Spectator Michael Twyman(Race)(Natal Winter Trophy)(F2 Race)
1966
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 John Malcolm TayloJohn Taylor(Race)(German Grand Prix)
1967
🇱🇾/🇮🇹 Lorenzo Bandini(Race)(Monaco Grand Prix)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Ian Ewart Raby/Ian Raby(Race)(Grote Prijs van Zandvoort/Zandvoort Trophy)(F2 Race)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Robert Hugh Fearon Anderson/Bob Anderson(Test)
1968
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿/🇬🇧 James Clark Jr./Jimmy Clark/Jim Clark(Race)(Deutschland Trophäe/Martini Gold Cup)(F2 Race)
🇫🇷 Joseph SchlesseJo Schlesser(Race)(French Grand Prix)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Charles Christopher Lambert/Chris Lambert(Race)(Grote Prijs van Zandvoort)(F2 Race)
1969
🇨🇿/🇩🇪 Gerhard Karl MitteGerhard Mitter(Practice)(German Grand Prix)(F2 Entrant)
🇮🇳/🇬🇧 Christopher Michael Mayo Williams/Chris Williams(Test)(F2)
1970
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Piers Raymond Courage/Piers Courage (Race)(Dutch Grand Prix)
🇩🇪/🇦🇹 Karl Jochen Rindt/Jochen Rindt(Qualifying)(Italian Grand Prix)
🏁 A dog(Race)(Mexican Grand Prix)
1971
🇨🇭 Joseph Siffert/Jo Siffert(Race)(Rothmans World Championship Victory Race/World Championship Victory Race)
1972
🇮🇪/🇳🇿 Herbert William Hawthorne/Herbert Hawthorne/Bert Hawthorne(Practice)(Jim Clark Memorial Race)(F2 Race)
1973
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿/🇬🇧 Gerald Hussey Buchanan Birrell/Gerry Birrell(Qualifying)(F2 Trophee D'Europe)(F2 Race)
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Roger Williamson(Race)(Dutch Grand Prix)
🇫🇷 Albert François Cevert Goldenberg/François Cevert(Qualifying)(United States Grand Prix)
1974
🇺🇸 Peter Jeffrey Revson/Peter Revson(Practice/Test)(South African Grand Prix)
🇦🇹 Helmuth Koinigg/Helmut Koinigg(Race)(United States Grand Prix)
1975
🇪🇸🇪🇸🇭🇷/🇮🇹/🇨🇦🇪🇸🏁(?) Fireman Joaquín Morera Benaches, Spectator Andrés Ruiz Villanova, Photo-Journalists Mario de Roia and Antonio Font Bayarri and possibly one more Spectator(Race)(Spanish Grand Prix)
🇺🇲🇦🇹 Mark Neary Donohue Jr./Mark Donohue and Track Marshal Manfred(Or Franz) Schaller(Practice)(Austrian Grand Prix)
1976
1977
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿/🇬🇧🏁 Thomas Maldwyn Pryce/Tom Pryce and Safety Marshal Frederik "Frikkie" Jansen van Vuuren(Race)(South African Grand Prix)
🇦🇺🇬🇧 Brian McGuire and Fire Marshal John Thorpe(Practice)(Shellsport International Series Round 11 or possibly an unspecified F1 Race)
🇯🇵🇯🇵 Photographer Kazuhiro Ohashi and Marshal Kengo Yuasa(Race)(Japanese Grand Prix)
1978
🇸🇪 Bengt Ronnie Peterson/Ronnie Peterson(Race)(Italian Grand Prix)
1979
1980
🇦🇹/🇩🇪(?) Markus Höttinger(Race)(Jim Clark Rennen)(F2 Race)
🇩🇪 Hans-Georg Bürger(Warm-Up)(Grote Prijs van Zandvoort)(F2 Race)
🇫🇷 Patrick André Eugène Joseph DepaillePatrick Depailler(Test)
1981
🇮🇹 Mechanic Giovanni Amadeo(Practice)(Belgian Grand Prix)
1982
🇨🇦 Joseph Gilles Henri Villeneuve/Gilles Villeneuve(Qualifying)(Belgian Grand Prix)
🇮🇹 Riccardo Paletti(Race)(Canadian Grand Prix)
1983
1984
1985
1986
🇮🇹 Elio de Angelis(Test)
1987
1988
1989
🏁 Spectator Ildefonso de Castro(Race)(Brazilian Grand Prix)
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
🇦🇹🇧🇷 Roland Ratzenberger(Qualifying) and Ayrton Senna da Silva/Ayrton Senna(Race)(San Marino Grand Prix)
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
🇮🇹 Volunteer Firefighter Paolo Giancarlo Faletti Gislimberti(Race)(Italian Grand Prix)
2001
🇦🇺 Spectator Marshal Graham Francis Beveridge(Race)(Australian Grand Prix)
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿/🇬🇧 Henry John Surtees/Henry Surtees(Race)(Brands Hatch Formula Two Round)(F2 Race)
2010
2011
2012/2013
🇪🇸 María de Villota Comba/María de Villota(Test)
🇨🇦 Track Marshal Mark Robinson(Race)(2013 Canadian Grand Prix)
2014/2015
🇫🇷 Jules Lucien André Bianchi/Jules Bianchi(Race)(Japanese Grand Prix)
2016
2017
2018
2019
🇫🇷 Anthoine Gérard Pol Hubert/Anthoine Hubert(Race)(Spa-Francorchamps Formula 2 Round)(F2 Race)
2020
2021
2022
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2023.06.10 22:41 DrummerInvestments San Antonio Texas USA Busker looking to collaborate with other buskers near the area!

Let’s send samples to eachother and see if we can work a set list in harmony. Preach say less. We can play downtown if someone could also inform me the rules of busking San Antonio downtown 2023.
I have heard amplification etc. electronic drums will be shutdown due to amplification.
But say an acoustic setup complete with another would be duo. Me n you.
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2023.06.10 22:33 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Local] - 'Beautiful day in the neighborhood': Latrobe Art Center hosts Mister Rogers Family Days Pgh Tribune-Review

[Local] - 'Beautiful day in the neighborhood': Latrobe Art Center hosts Mister Rogers Family Days Pgh Tribune-Review submitted by AutoNewspaperAdmin to AutoNewspaper [link] [comments]


2023.06.10 22:30 ArcticAsylum24 having issues trying to uninstall and then reinstall the alienware command center

copied from my post in alienware
issue is exactly what title says. my AWCC wasn’t doing anything when i tried to click on it so i decided to try and uninstall and then reinstall it. i have tried the step by step instructions from both the dell website and pinned comment, and still nothing works. i have deleted everything it says to delete with the review program, and i still can’t just install the control center. where is the option to just install the program?!?!?!? i’ve tried adding packages, repairing, and removing and all 3 don’t do anything. i have been working at this for hours and i’m at a loss as to how this is so complex, and how nothing seems to do anything. i really need help please
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2023.06.10 22:20 georgesthegorgeous The Pork Highway: A Review

I'm a classically trained chef and my partner-in-crime for today was a food writer who is now living in San Juan.
We decided to check out some lechoneras near Guavate today.
We split the lechon and arroz con gandules at each spot, to compare apples to apples.
Here's our brief review:
We both agreed that El Mojito is the only place we would consider returning, but even there, we wouldn't again order the rice.
We also stopped at La Placita De Guavate for alcapurria, but it wasn't great, so we each had about two bites before calling it a day.
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2023.06.10 22:16 Electra888888 What we know about Nima Momeni (CashApp CEO Bob Lee’s alleged murderer), anybody know anything else?

What we know about Nima Momeni (CashApp CEO Bob Lee’s alleged murderer), anybody know anything else?
Did 15 minutes of internet sleuthingSanta Clara County Superior Court site shows 2 misdemeanors against Nima (One in 2008, another in 2013)Nima has a LI profile still up and the news says little more than what’s on it (Lived in Emeryville, tech exec, was driving Bob Lee just before the stabbing); his comany’s LI page is downForebears.io says the country with the most common usage of the Momeni surname is IranNima has a FB profile that just shows a skiing pic and a lake picGoogle reviews has only 1 review for ExpandIT (Nima’s company), it is a 1-star review with no write-upCrunchbase lists an address, phone number, and website for Nima’s company, the website doesn’t workBBB says Nima’s company has been in business for 13 yearsYelp has a single review for Nima’s company, it is a 4-star review for server maintenance, office computers, and VOIPCalifornia unclaimed property search shows a person with the same name in Emeryville that is owed $200 by Sutter HealthOpencorporates.com shows Nima’s company was dissolved in 2016TruePeopleSearch.com says he was born in August 1984, and has a 1985 born sister, as well as him having lived all around the Bay (SF, SJ, Hayward, Emeryville)Update 1:Names of hotel Bob stayed at, address where he collapsed, Nima’s sister address (Lived nearby stabbing and where perp may have gone after), and commentary from Bob’s brotherhttps://nypost.com/2023/04/14/police-search-tower-where-bob-lee-stabbing-suspects-sister-lives/amp/Nima lied about attending Berkley, prior arrest was for owning & selling a switchblade which happened while he was pulled over driving on a suspended licensehttps://meaww.com/who-is-khazar-momeni-bob-lees-murder-suspect-met-him-through-his-sisterUpdate 2:Nima may have stabbed Bob because an affair Bob might have been having with Nima’s married sister, Bob’s hotel was 2 blocks away from Nima’s sister’s condohttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11973831/amp/Cash-App-exec-Bob-Lees-accused-killer-Nima-Momeni-hearing-postponed.htmlUpdate 3:Nima was a loud and inconsiderate neighborhttps://evilleeye.com/news-commentary/all-the-neighbors-hated-this-guy-motive-character-emerging-of-accused-killer-nima-momeni/
Update 4: Nima was accused of stabbing 2 people in 2005
https://sfist.com/2023/06/09/bob-lee-stabbing-suspect-nima-momeni-was-arrested-in-stabbing-incident/
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2023.06.10 22:13 Samowarrior Day 4 convective outlook (6/13/23) Reed may have been right

Day 4 convective outlook (6/13/23) Reed may have been right
OTENTIAL TOO LOW means the threat for a regional area of organized severe storms appears unlikely (i.e., less than 15%) for the forecast day. Forecast Discussion
ZCZC SPCSWOD48 ALL ACUS48 KWNS 100851 SPC AC 100851
Day 4-8 Convective Outlook NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 0351 AM CDT Sat Jun 10 2023
Valid 131200Z - 181200Z
...DISCUSSION... Mid/upper flow across and east of the Mississippi Valley appears likely to remain at least broadly confluent through mid to late week, even as an initially deep mid-level low finally begins to turn across and east/northeast of the lower Great Lakes region and weaken. As a result, one or two short wave perturbations emerging from a weakening mid-level low over the Great Basin this weekend, probably will tend to remain low in amplitude or weaken while progressing around broad mid-level ridging over the southern Great Plains into lingering mid-level troughing across the Southeast through the work week.
In response to these developments, seasonably moist and unstable boundary-layer air, initially confined along and to the south of a remnant frontal zone extending from the eastern Gulf Coast vicinity into the southern Great Plains, may return a bit farther inland. Beneath steepening mid-level lapse rates, it appears possible that this air mass may contribute to an environment supportive of organized convective development across parts of the southern Great Plains by late Tuesday afternoon, aided by mid-level forcing for ascent associated with the lead impulse emerging from the west. This may include an initial supercell to upscale growing severe thunderstorm cluster evolution, near a weak surface low and front/convective outflow boundary across parts of north central Texas into southeastern Oklahoma and the Ark-La-Tex through Tuesday night.
As the lead perturbation progresses east-southeastward into the Southeast, probably followed by another similar short wave impulse, organized severe weather potential remains more unclear Wednesday into Thursday, and will likely be impacted by sub-synoptic/mesoscale developments with low predictability in this extended range.
Late this week into next weekend, the large-scale pattern across the eastern Pacific into North America may undergo amplification, including building large-scale mid-level ridging across the Rockies/Great Plains and digging mid-level troughing across the Southeast, with little appreciable signal for organized severe thunderstorm development currently evident.
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2023.06.10 22:12 Zehrahn24 What franchises have the darkest futures ahead?

We all talk about the ones with bright futures like OKC, Denver, and San Antonio after winning the lottery but which teams are looking very questionable? Here's my top 3 ranked
3. Chicago Bulls: Questionable drafting and trades have left them with a mediocre squad with no ceiling. The Vucevic trade is a sneaky candidate for one of the biggest fleeces of all time as they gave up Wendell (who's already better than Vuc) along with a future star in Wagner and another lotto pick. Not to mention that Lavine's development has stalled and Lonzo may never play again. Chicago probably needs to enter a full rebuild because this current group has a play in ceiling and they didn't even crack is this year
2. Washington Wizards: The gold standard for mediocrity, they haven't made the conference finals since 1979 and its not gonna end soon as they've saddled themselves with a supermaxed Beal and a middling "young core". The only reason they aren't 1 is because they've completely cleaned house on management so we will wait and see if the new FO can salvage this situation but its not looking nice
1. Houston Rockets: With them owing their picks to OKC and the Brooklyn picks not looking great due to Mikal Bridges, this current core is what they've got and it isn't pretty. Jalen Green is a chucker (and even if he was efficient, his archetype are usually 6th men on good teams due to lack of an all around game) Jabari Smith is an unexciting player who will likely never become much more than a good role player, and Sengun is the clear best of the 3 with interesting potential but Houston has severely disrupted his development by being a dysfunctional mess. Not to mention they really might shell out a 4 year max to a 34 year old Harden who is the absolute last type of guy I would put next to a developing young team
To cap it off, they're awful top down with a trash owner, questionable FO, and horrific coaching the last 3 years. It will be tough for even a guy of Ime Udoka's caliber to clean up this mess. Really, only Wemby could have and they struck out on him and even Scoot (though im glad they weren't thrown into this mess). With the pick situation, they could easily be the new Sacramento Kings being horrible for a decade on end unless this core massively turns it around which is unlikely
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2023.06.10 22:07 fartybrain 1st airbnb experience, negative and disappointing customer service

We booked 6 nights with a superhost couple months prior to our arrival. We were excited about the place as it is a rare find, in a great location and has 4.9 stars from 200+ reviews. When we arrived, our baby started having a fever in the evening. While trying to rest, we could hear the neighbours talking pretty clearly in our bedroom and realize we were dealing with paper thin walls. It was waking our baby up despite using our white noise machine.
While trying to take care of our baby throughout the night and deciding when to take her to emergency in a foreign language country, our baby was crying on and off. She was generally easy to console. The longest she cried for was about 5 minutes and the neighbours banged on our wall really loudly which scared us and got our baby even more upset. After the incident, my husband and I had a lot of anxiety and felt scared that she would cry and whenever she was crying. And on top of it, her fever was getting worse despite medication. We realize we cannot stay here and decided to leave the next morning, urgently looking for other accommodations because of the anxiety we felt.
We communicated the incident to the host and expressed that we felt unsafe and uncomfortable, and we would be checking out. I even extended an apology to her neighbour. She suggested we take our baby to the living room when she cries to let her cry it out because no neighbours would hear us there. This doesn't align our parenting style as babies will cry at night and we let her practice within reasonable time frame to console herself when she's not sick. Since she was sick, we were by her side the whole time consoling her so we were doing our best. To do what she suggested, we would need to be sleeping in the living/kitchen area on a sofa bed. The house rules does have silent hours starting from 10pm to not make any noise. But we dont consider baby crying as noise. Where we are from, her crying would not be heard through walls and noise would be from tv, music, loud bass etc.
After taking the garbage out, and taking her to emergency, I finally was able to file a ticket to airbnb. Rather than canceling using the cancel policy, which would provide us with a 50% refund for any remaining days, I tried to negotiate a refund cost of 4 nights. Host didn't respond until the next day so I reached out to airbnb for mediation.
The host sent a lengthy message saying they cannot accept it because we could still stay at her place as long as we respect her silent hours. She continued saying that the neighbours must be uncomfortable too with the crying since they have work the next day. And there is no other way of letting us know that the crying is disturbing them. Basically, as we took it, condoning the banging. No matter what I said, she didn't understand how uncomfortable we felt with the banging and insisted that we could still stay there, and offers no additional refund.
Airbnb tried to speak with the host on our behalf but they refused to alter the cost. We actually canceled the second leg of our trip and the second host at least kept it open with an option to provide us further refund despite their cancelation policy. Other companies we dealt with gave us the same thing as courtesy. I tried several times with airbnb but the host refuse to provide us additional refund. The place is not cheap and we lost so much money because of her paper thin walls. We honestly would not have booked her place if we had known that her walls are thin and our baby cries would be a disturbance to her neighbours. There are other accommodations and 4 star hotels at similar price point at the location. Finally, we just canceled so at least we got a little bit of our money refunded. If I had known this, I wouldn't have bothered asking airbnb to mediate and got an extra day of the partial refund throug cancelation policy.
With the paper thin walls, and how the wall banging was addressed, would this experience warrant a 1 star review?
Technically, they did nothing wrong because they are following the rules. She was responsive throughout and dealt with all my questions quickly. The only other thing is their place is infested with mosquitoes but mosquitoes are common where we are vacationing.
She will probably give us a 1 star review in return saying we disrespected their silent hours and left the pots by the sink even though we paid for a hefty cleaning fee.
(House rule is to leave the place like we found it. Despite wanting to take our daughter to the emergency, we tried to clean the place as best we could, took the garbage out per host request, cleaned our dishes and the only thing is that we left the pots by the sink to dry. I know these are typical things you do at an airbnb but I suspect we will get 1 star review because of it.)
After this experience, we will never use airbnb again so yes, I guess her 1 star review wouldn't matter.
But if a place doesn't meet your expectation, is there anything that can be done to get money back? Because from our experience, it seems to fall entirely under the hosts discretion. So what is the purpose of airbnb customer service?
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2023.06.10 21:43 OhNoSoAgain San Francisco could have been the best city in the USA…

Think about it: - perfect Mediterranean weather - top tech companies changing the world with AI and other crazy stuff - highest paying jobs and a rich and resilient economy - extremely diverse with lots of communities (Chinatown, Japantown, Little Kabul, etc.) - one of the most pro-immigration places ever, very welcoming to all and free healthcare, college, etc. to illegal immigrants - near top universities (Stanford, Berkeley, Caltech, UC’s, etc.) - amazing food - decent public transportation (BART) - lots of nature and parks and museums, etc. - if HSR gets completed, the top tech and media centers in the world have direct connection.
It’s so sad that homelessness and drugs and a lack of housing and enforcement of laws have ruined my favorite city :(
If you’re in or around San Francisco, please follow GrowSF and vote out the incompetent district leaders for rational leaders in 2024. This is extremely important and a chance to make a difference.
There are too many smart people here and the city is simply worth saving.
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2023.06.10 21:43 Jealous_Match7608 Page refresh not working

Hello all,
I have a protected dashboard page that contains a list of reviews. When a new review is added, I want to refresh the page. However, this does not work. Specifically, useRouter().refresh does not work. I have a AddReview component that is displayed on the dashboard page. Here is the code for the AddReview component:
"use client"; import { AiOutlinePlus } from 'react-icons/ai'; import Modal from './Modal.js'; import { useState } from 'react'; import { addReview, getAllReviews } from '/api'; import { useRouter } from "next/navigation"; import Router from 'next/navigation'; import { useSession } from 'next-auth/react'; import { v4 as uuidv4 } from 'uuid'; export default function AddReview() { const { data: session } = useSession(); const router = useRouter(); const [modalOpen, setModalOpen] = useState(false); const [newContentCreatorName, setNewContentCreatorName] = useState(""); const [newRating, setNewRating] = useState(""); const [newText, setNewText] = useState(""); const handleSubmitNewTodo = async (e) => { e.preventDefault(); // API to add review await addReview({ id: uuidv4(), contentCreatorName: newContentCreatorName, rating: newRating, text: newText, owner: session.user.email, }); setNewContentCreatorName(""); setNewRating(""); setNewText(""); setModalOpen(false); router.refresh(); // refresh page to show new item in ReviewList }; return ( 

Add review

setNewContentCreatorName(e.target.value)} type="text" placeholder="Content creator name" className="block input input-bordered w-full mb-4" /> setNewRating(e.target.value)} type="number" placeholder="Rating (out of 5)" className="block input input-bordered w-full mb-4" /> setNewText(e.target.value)} type="text" placeholder="Review" className="block input input-bordered w-full mb-4" />
); }
I am using the session object so that I can record the owneauthor of each review. At the top level Dashboard page, there is also a session object that is used to validate if the user is logged in. Here is the code for the Dashboard page.
"use client"; import AddReview from '../components/AddReview'; import ReviewList from '../components/ReviewList'; import { getAllReviews } from '/api'; import { use } from 'react'; import { useSession } from "next-auth/react"; const _reviews = getAllReviews(); // API to fetch reviews export default function Dashboard() { const reviews = use(_reviews); console.log(reviews); const { data: session, status } = useSession({ required: true, }); if (status === "loading") return 
Session is loading...
; return ( <>

Yelper

{/* Some other component to show list of reviews (should be rerendered to reflect new review added) */} ); }
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2023.06.10 21:42 PickYourPosition 💪 32 new volunteering opportunities - Sat 10 Jun

Please find in the comments 32 new vacancies that opened since Wednesday 07 Jun.
The data come from UN Talent.

Every open Volunteering position in the UN

🇨🇴 🔐 Security Bogotá (Colombia)
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2023.06.10 21:37 Kingkwon83 Getting the recognition they deserve. This should be a monthly reminder for them

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2023.06.10 21:36 MichFan777 How Has San Antonio Changed Since 2019

I attended UTSA and lived in San Antonio from the Summer of 2013 through the Fall of 2019. Obviously this meant we pretty much lived near 1604, as well as the Huebnei10 area. She worked downtown and I worked over near the airport on Wetmore.
That fall, my SO and I had to move for new jobs - which has meant us having to Pennsylvania and now Southern California.
Now that we are fully remote, the talk has come up regarding moving back. So we were interested in hearing how you think SA has changed in the past few years.
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