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2023.05.28 14:34 Logarhythm15 Travel Planning advice for OU/UCF Game

Hey OU peeps, UCF fan here. I posted this on the CFB subreddit but got recommended to post here. I need some help with travel planning for the OU/UCF game on Oct. 21.
Where is the best place to stay Friday to Sunday? Is it more cost effective to get a hotel in OKC or Norman? Should I get a rental car or just Uber everywhere?
What are some go-to food options and things to do?
I'm really excited to explore new places and can't wait for this game. It's a mini rivalry for us with DG.
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2023.05.28 14:31 Rasklart Which would you go for out of these 3?


I'm leaning more towards Civic or Focus after learning about the rusting underneath the Mazda's
If you can find me something better then I'm open to suggestions, my budget is £7k
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2023.05.28 14:29 Thick-Ad-6750 We’re Both the Assholes Now What?!

My family and I, 43 female, had been planning a trip to the happiest place on earth for almost a year for thanksgiving 2022. Since we booked a condo and had extra room-we invited my little brother and sister in law to be to go with us too. They’re both 25 I only mention this because I think it affects the story.
So fast forward to the Fall. We lose our other brother to deteriorating health. Although not completely unexpected-he was still my little brother and it was avoidable so it was absolutely devastating. I said then we should reschedule the trip-my dad insisted that the kids had been waiting for this and my brother wouldn’t have wanted that. So we pushed through.
It’s just my dad, so I took on the role as the oldest sibling as I usually do, and planned his entire memorial. I didn’t give myself a chance to process until it was over. And when I did I fell completely apart. To the point that I had to voluntarily admit myself into the hospital. We were now a WEEK out from our trip! My sis in law was packing as I was getting medicated!I know BIZARRE!! My sweet husband handled all the last minute trip items while he spoke to my doctors and they assured him I would be ok and I just needed to get a few meds and grief takes time, etc. So we moved forward with the trip. And I’m glad we did…for the most part.
So I get out, I turn around and pack to leave two days later. We’re traveling with myself and spouse, my brother and sis in law, my 12 year old Star Wars fanatic of a kid, meeting our foreign exchange student from a previous year in Orlando, and my special needs sister who lives with us. All of us in a condo and a week in the parks. I’m sure this sounds like we’re crazy already right?! But- We arrive at our destination, spend several wonderful days in both big theme parks and have a wonderful time!
Until day five. The plan was for us to take the Star Wars nut to Star Wars and my brother to take my sister for the morning/early afternoon. I assumed we’d meet up by lunch or something. Communication isn’t easy when you’re 1-having a great time 2-on and off rides 3-in a crowded theme park. So there was a miscommunication on when we were meeting up let’s just say that.
Brother & sis in law wanted to ride a ride that had a long wait time. When I called to check on when and where to meet they told me they’d left my sister at the exit to the ride and were in line to ride it. They said they left her w/food and a drink and she’d be fine. Now the last time I checked the wait time on that ride it said 3 hours-so I FLIPPED out! I yelled something at him over the phone half in hysterics and raced across the entire park, to the exit to find my sister. I found her! My husband, kid and exchange student met up with us later and all was fine, thank god. But I was Infuriated and shocked that he would do this. And my mama bear (mom of 3 plus 1) kicked in. When we met up with them he was mad I hung up on him?! I exploded!!! Yes, in public, at the happiest place on earth. And so there we were being an embarrassment. He walked away because he wasn’t going to be a part of it, my sister in law started crying because she couldn’t find him-it was a cluster****!
Late that night back at the condo, they all left so we could us try to talk it out. And instead of making things better I threw some below the belt comments that I don’t think I did intentionally, but I was an emotional mess at the time and he was an explosive bear by this point. And It was UGLY! It ended up with them taking our shared rental car staying in a hotel the last day and not even going to the parks and leaving on a different flight. :(
I know we both could’ve handled it better; but little brother is the age of my oldest son! So I know I’m the adultier adult. We have NEVER fought like this! Our family doesn’t DO this! We were SO close, his gf and I like sisters. He was like all that I have left and we haven't spoken since. I know we were both *****. I want them back, like how things used to be. There’s a hole in my heart and I miss them so much! Is there any hope?!
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2023.05.28 14:29 Shortcake_Beauty Any help would be so greatly appreciated 🙏🏽

On Thurs May 25th in the way to my daughter's graduation we were in a very bad car accident. My car is completely totaled. I'm going to be out of work for at least the next week. 😭 I'm trying to come up with $100 to cover our room and food for the next few days. Hopefully I'll be able to get us a rental car within the upcoming week so that will help me get back out here and back to work. Please if anyone could help I would be so grateful
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2023.05.28 14:19 No-Chard4196 Car Insurance Quotes: A Comprehensive Guide to Finding the Best Coverage

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2023.05.28 14:12 TrulyMango ISO: Amateur photographer/anyone with a phone camera in Leander for a small gig

Hi all,
I’m looking to hire someone to take a quick trip to a property of mine in Leander (78641) that I’ve rented out to take some pics. Wanting pics of the outside/side of the house. Can be taken from across the street, pics can be taken from inside your car. You don’t have to go out of your way to take portraits. Not looking for anything fancy.
I’m out of state and can’t make it over anytime soon. I want to get started on some new landscaping as the existing lease is up soon, looking to refresh the outside and get it ready for new tenants. I’d like to get an idea of what I’m working with and the state of the property since leaving it. That being said, if anyone has a landscaping company they recommend, please do chime in!
I’ve asked the realtor who handled the rental agreement to do this for me and was told it’s not a service they provide. I’ve asked the tenants nicely and they’ve ignored my emails. 😅
If anyone has some spare time and wants to make some quick cash for a couple photos, let me know. Thanks!
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2023.05.28 14:10 Skyflakes_69 Parking violation

Parking violation
Hi everyone, I just landed Switzerland this morning.
I parked in Zurich for 15 minutes and got a parking citation. I followed the sign for "FRE!" Or something like that assuming that it is for a free parking... but I guess not
I used google translate but it doesn't tell me what I need to do or how much or where I can pay
I have a rental car and will be leaving Switzerland in 5 days. What should I do with this parking citation?
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2023.05.28 14:09 mossychicken Help me put together an informal tenancy agreement?

Im not sure if anyone here would be able to help but due to the unusual/uncommon nature of the ‘tenancy’ I didn’t really feel like I would get a helpful response from any homeowner Reddit pages - most people I speak to have a very classic capitalist stance which I understand but I don’t want to do that.
I’ve never written a tenancy agreement before. To set the scene, I own my own flat and have had several friends live with me over the past 7 years- I never made any written tenancy letters, instead I had verbal agreements that the utilities would be split between us equally, I suppose I’ve been lucky that the people I’ve shared my space with haven’t taken advantage of this and I have good relationships with them still after moving out.
My current housemate moved in with me a year before the pandemic- when lockdown kicked in another friend moved in and we all applied for UC. At the time I didn’t have the capacity to think ‘I should make a tenancy agreement so that people can contribute towards bills more comfortably’ In retrospect it would have been a lot smarter but what can I say, despite owning a flat I’m not a landlord and have no knowledge or experience and also mentally unstable 25 year old.
I’m now trying to put together a tenancy agreement for her (I need to be a bit sneaky and make one that looks like it was from when she moved in) so that they can be awarded housing benefits. The ‘rent’ would mean they’re able to continue contributing towards bills, due to the increased costs it means that if they contribute towards bills it would be at least half of their universal credit which of course has an effect on her universal credit which then has an effect on her mental health.
I suppose I’m worried that they will smell somethings off as I don’t think I’m supposed to be living in the same flat as a tenant- I’m not sure how obvious that will be, also I’m not sure how to word that there was no rental amount, in lieu of that there was a sliding scale type monthly contribution towards the rent (no more than £300)
Basically I’m a bit out of my depth and feel like I’m a baby in a trench coat attempting to convince a salesperson to sell me a car. As far as I know the worst case scenario is that she just isn’t awarded it, however I really hope that it will work what with the cost of living atm I’m now actively financially suffering from the costs where previously it felt like a symbiotic situation. Happy to discuss and answer any questions 😭
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2023.05.28 14:02 Necessary-Switch-493 Galway/Belfast rough itinerary

My husband and I are planning a trip for late September for our honeymoon/first anniversary. Below is our very rough timeline, just worried about driving times, and would love any other recommendations for Galway, Derry or Belfast! Thank you!
Tuesday (Day 1) - Leave US (10pm local time)
Wednesday (2) -Arrive in Dublin (10am local time) -Drive to Galway (2h22m) -Galway afternoon/evening
Thursday (3) -Aran Island boat tour w/ cliffs Evening in Galway
Friday (4) Depart Galway Cliffs of Moher Drive to Derry (3h45m) Afternoon/Evening in Derry
Saturday (5) Depart Derry Drive to Giants Causeway (1h5m) Explore Giants Causeway - Drive to Belfast (1h15m)tt - Late afternoon/evening in Belfast - City Hall tour? - Linen museum? - Titanic museum?
Sunday (6) Day in Belfast Mass at St. Peter's St. George’s Market Afternoon/Evening in Belfast
Monday (7) - Depart Belfast - Drive to Dublin (2h) - Check into hotel, return rental car -Afternoon/Evening in Dublin
Tuesday (8) - Morning in Dublin Travel to airport, flight approximately 3pm
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2023.05.28 13:54 Donut_Dude Planned hikes seem to have too much snow still. Can someone recommend some alternatives?

I'll be in Norway from 5-12 June for a solo hiking trip. My plan was to do 2 hikes: Bakkanosi (camp at the top) and a 3-day trip in Jotunheimen (Tyinholmen-> Skogadalsbøen -> DNT Vettismorki -> Tyinholmen all with the tent). But when I see this map:
It seems there will be too much snow still on both those hikes for normal hiking boots. Can anyone confirm this?
If there would indeed be too much snow for hiking, can anyone recommend some nice 2 or 3 day hikes which would be better. Wild camping or DNT huts are both fine. I have a rental car and the plane lands in Bergen. So I'm pretty flexible where to go.
Greetings from Belgium
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2023.05.28 13:50 Own_Distribution_913 Car rental recommendations

Hello fellow Greece travelers,
Looking to rent a car, preferably from the Athens airport.
What car rental companies have people had good experiences with that they would recommend ?
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2023.05.28 13:39 fgransee Europcar (Jimny / 2 weeks) - My experience

The pickup was rough. They first gave me a contact for a different car and when I asked about my reservation for the Jimny they called the other 2WD an „upgrade“. When I insisted on the Jimny the manager came out and wanted to argue with me that I don’t need a 4WD and wanted to know why I chose that. „None of your business“ was my reply of course. They had to cancel the first contract and then give me the car I reserved. Due to that, they said they could not sent me the rental agreement with the damage report until a few hours later. When I received that numerous damages were not listed. I took photos and videos before I even entered the car. Over the phone they said that this would be enough in case there would be a dispute. The drop off was smooth though. Quick visual inspection and no mentioning of the other unlisted damages.
So, overall I would rate this as a good experience. The Jimny is a great car for 2. Plenty of space for gear and drives really well. No CarPlay which was a bit annoying. Best to bring something to place your phone navigation on the dashboard. No cupholders and minimal space for anything up front (rain gear, water pouches)
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2023.05.28 13:36 Skyflakes_69 Help! Got a parking ticket

I dont know if you can see the image, but I got a parking ticket in Zurich
I am not sure how to pay for this. I used translator and it seems like a letter will be sent? But this is a rental car so I am not sure how to pay for this parking citation
Please help!
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2023.05.28 13:34 carpet1234567 How luxurious is a 2020+ E class?

Ok so here’s the deal I originally was gonna get a higher trim new Honda Accord but I started to wonder what else I could get.
I’ve never had a luxury car mostly because I was focused on cost, mpg, reliability, etc…
But now I can afford something nicer I’ve been looking at CPO E-classes.
I’ve already looked at the difference in maintenance cost and overall cost of ownership and am okay with all of that. I my budget would be no higher than 60k
Which should be able to get me CPO and a decent spec. I’ve only looked at these cars online, and I think does look amazing but is it really that more luxurious?
Obviously I will find out on the test drive, but is something like this that much of a nicer car that the new Accord?
Also anyone have any opinions on whether to got 2020, or get the 2021+ refresh?
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2023.05.28 13:34 throwawaytongues546 Major career decision and opportunity but I am considering rejecting it due to housing ladder aspirations. What would you do in my situation?

I'm 25 and I've been offered a very rare opportunity to train in my dream field for 3 years starting in the end of September.
Last November I started saving for a deposit and currently have £13.5k and I will have around £6-7k extra to save/spend between now and my course start date.
For the first month of the course I'm unpaid but I will be for the rest. By the end of the 3 year training programme working in a qualified role my salary will go from it's current 30k to 45k-61k (the latter being more likely if I go to Oxford University).
Here's where it gets complicated. I've been offered this programme at two universities.
The programme at a London University:
I could live rent free but unfortunately in a toxic relationship dynamic that is not good for my mental health. But I would have a great support network around which is really important for my mental health.
While at this uni all my work placements are within a 30 minute radius. I also don't have to learn how to drive immediately before the course starts this September.
I would be on a 42k salary (£2600 after tax, NI and SFE) so I would be able to save a very large deposit over 1-3 years. But there is no guarantee this living arrangement will be permanent and I could end up renting in London after the 1st year.
I could comfortably save anywhere between 24k (1 year of savings) to 70k (3 years of savings) in that time for a deposit. This doesn't include a small wage increase half way through the programme (to 44k), LISA bonuses, interest or stocks and shares returns.
The programme at The University of Oxford:
I really want to go. There are so many things I like about the course which I won't delve into here. It was my first choice.Being able to have this opportunity is a big deal. An added bonus is I will be able to leave my current toxic living situation - the fresh start here on this course is really exciting.
But I will lose some of my support network though they are not far in London. Another caveat is the pay will be 35k (£2162 after tax, NI and SFE). I have to learn how to drive by the end of October and I will have to pay some kind of rent/housing expenses. On top of car costs and learning to drive and a deposit for a rental contract (which I could deduct from the 6-7k).
Rent costs could be anywhere between £850-1200 depending on whether I flat share or location. Which would reduce my deposit savings over that 3 years to 14-17.5k.
This is ssuming life doesn't come at me too fast and I can live a very minimal spending lifestyle, an old banger with no holidays. This doesn't include a very small wage increase half way through the programme (to 37k), LISA bonuses, interest or stocks and shares returns.
I was debating getting a shared ownership property (probably new build) property in Oxford as it works out about the same as renting and I'd be able to put down a 20% deposit with what I current have. But I'm not familiar with the process. Legal fees, surveyors and sorting out my driving will eat into the 6-7k I'll be getting between now and September.
Some of these properties are 2 beds with one ensuite. I know some fellow prospective course members looking to flat share to stay closer to the city centre. So I could have a lodger at discounted rent to cover the service charge and ground rent.
Even without having a lodger my ground rent service charge and mortgage combined are the same as just renting further away from work in a smaller property (with out accounting for any potential rent/service charge rises or repairs).
I would also be losing my FTB status and potentially 3k if I waited 3 years to buy with my LISA. but on the other hand I'll be building up some equity. An important caveat to all of this is I'm not sure how mortgage lenders would take my current 1 year contract, then 3 year paid training programme contract and an understanding of my qualified role pay increases.
And if I take too long to close a home ownership deal before September I still have the option to store my stuff for free and I can get a short lets for a few months in Oxford (around 600 a month) which I don't mind.
As generation rent I'm butthurt that huge housing prices has to be factored into rejecting my dreams. I know it should be a no brainer to choose my mental health and my dream course in Oxford, but equally a no brainer to choose the housing ladder but I don't know if I can have both.
I'm caught between whether I should stomach my current scenario for a bit longer for a larger deposit, rent in Oxford or try to buy a shared ownership property in Oxford to build up some equity over at least 3 years? What would you do in my shoes?
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2023.05.28 13:30 zp-87 The safest family car for 35 000 €?

Since I got kids I became paranoid when driving. I feel really uncomfortable driving on longer trips because I often encounter people that drive drunk or irresponsible (overtaking in a curve, etc). I live in the country with less than 3 million people but almost every day someone gets killed in a car accident, often entire families.
So I was thinking to buy heavier, safer car. My budget is up to 35 000 €. I am thinking between Volvo XC40 T2 A Core (33 000 €) and Seat Tarraco Style 1.5 TSI DSG (33 000 €).
Both have excellent Euro NCAP ratings (XC40 Tarraco) but Volvo has a better history in safety and is a a bit heavier - kerb weight 1680 kg vs 1524 kg. On the other hand Tarraco is much larger and offers more space than XC40.
I was even thinking to consider a used Volvo XC60 (year 2013), but in my country these are around 17 000 € with 200 000 km on the clock.
What do you think? XC40 or Tarraco or something else that is commonly available in Europe? I am quite a car noob so any advice is welcome.
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