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2022.05.04 04:37 LAX-Airport SouthBay

The best spot for news, information, or just getting to know people from the South Bay in Los Angeles.

2011.08.01 01:10 From L.A.X. to L.A. Harbor

The best spot for news, information, or just getting to know people from the South Bay in Los Angeles.

2014.12.22 21:48 SunkenCitySon From LAX to LA Harbor

A subreddit for anything relevant and newsworthy in the South Bay region of Los Angeles County. The South Bay community includes: Torrance, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, the Palos Verdes Peninsula, Inglewood, Hawthorne, Gardena, Carson, Lawndale, Harbor City, Lomita, and San Pedro.

2023.06.01 22:42 flowinginside 40 [M4F] #PaloAlto, CA - want to get intimate with an older dad and let him breed you?

If you can't find a guy your age who will give you a baby, maybe you need an older man. I'm a dad already so it might happen. I want sex that's raw, real, and natural, not just for pleasure. Let's put the condoms away so we can have a deeper connection, and maybe you'll get pregnant. I'm mostly white but it doesn't matter what race you are. If you're in the south bay between San Jose and Palo Alto, let's try to meet up.
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2023.06.01 22:24 FoodieLoverForver What are the best Indian restaurants in the Bay Area?

The Bay Area is home to a vibrant and diverse Indian food scene, with numerous restaurants offering authentic and delicious Indian cuisine. While it's challenging to pinpoint the absolute best Indian restaurant in the region, here are some highly regarded establishments known for their exceptional Indian food:
Dosa : Dosa is a popular restaurant with locations in San Francisco and Oakland. They specialize in South Indian cuisine and are known for their flavorful dosas (rice and lentil crepes), as well as other traditional South Indian dishes.
Amber India: Amber India has multiple locations in the Bay Area, including San Francisco and Mountain View. They offer a contemporary twist on Indian cuisine, with a menu featuring a wide range of dishes from various regions of India.
Udupi Palace: Udupi Palace is a vegetarian Indian restaurant located in Berkeley. They specialize in South Indian vegetarian cuisine, serving dishes like dosas, uttapams, curries, and thalis.
Vik's Chaat Corner: Located in Berkeley, Vik's Chaat Corner is a popular spot for Indian street food and chaat. They offer a variety of flavorful snacks and street-style dishes, including samosas, bhel puri, and various chaat items.
Curry Up Now:Curry Up Now is a fast-casual Indian restaurant with multiple locations in the Bay Area. They serve a fusion of Indian and Mexican flavors, offering items like burritos filled with Indian-inspired ingredients, as well as traditional Indian dishes.
These are just a few examples of highly regarded Indian restaurants in the Bay Area. The region is known for its diverse and high-quality Indian food offerings, so exploring different neighborhoods and trying out various restaurants will provide you with a wide range of culinary experiences.
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2023.06.01 22:22 gisThrowy How I Went from Advair 250/50 Q12 and frequent PRN Albuterol to No Daily Controller

To be frank this community is a bit of a downer, and I get it. There have been times where my life has felt completely hopeless due to my asthma, and that is why I have come to this community to share what I wish I had known about years ago. Will this work for you? Maybe, maybe not. Your outcomes are based on your own set of factors and there is not a one size fits all solution to this disease process. With that out of the way I feel compelled to tell you that I am a former respiratory therapist and my taper from medications was performed under the guidance of an asthma and allergy specialist.
I grew up in a household filled to the brim with animals, a seven cats at any time type of household. On top of that I have a parent who smoked indoors and in the car.
Throughout my childhood I had no idea that I always smelled like cigarettes.
I distinctly remember being told in middle school that I smelled like a cigar, and it’s no wonder that teachers and students alike thought I was a drug user despite this not being the case. I was never able to participate in sports like the other kids. One day I had an episode at school and I was told by my mother that I must just be “overheated.” Things carried on with pseudoscience treatments such as facial steaming and vicks vaporub until one day I could not breathe. I sat tripoding on the couch for hours before my parents finally buckled down and took me to the doctor where I was formally diagnosed with asthma, given albuterol, and placed on Advair 250/50 and Allegra, which I took throughout my adolescence.
Fast forward fifteen years. Things had not changed for me. My asthma was well controlled and as a result I didn’t think about it too hard, but I was very weak. I suffered from chronic neck and chest pain. The neck pain was close to unbearable and the only relief I got from the chest pain was an occasional sternum crack after which the pain would rapidly return. I began to learn yoga to try to correct some of this pain and thought I was learning and progressing but in actuality I was hyperflexible from weakness and did not understand how to stretch my body properly. It took some time to figure out that my yoga was doing me no good and that is when I turned to bodyweight exercises. I attempted squats, pushups, pull ups, and bodyweight shoulder pressing exercises. The exercises were all performed completely wrong and while I gained a small amount of muscle the pain went nowhere.
Fast forward again to the end of 2019. I was fortunate enough to find a barbell and plate set at good will for $10. I bought a power rack on craigslist and followed the training guide outlined here ( and gained a significant amount of weight, somewhere in the ballpark of 30lbs over the course of the pandemic. At the time that this was occurring I became greatly interested in the Wim Hof Method and practiced cold immersion and the breathing exercises daily. The breathing exercises did not fix my breathing but they made it clear that something was very wrong with the way I was doing it. I did not know at the time that it was due to my diaphragm not being engaged at all.
I ended up moving to the pacific northwest for a short time and while I was there I experienced a reduction in allergies the likes of which I was unaware were possible. It was like night and day, and when I moved back to the south east I was discontented at my newfound condition of feeling terrible all the time again. I continued to stay active in the gym and gained another ten pounds and this is when the wheels started to turn on my condition. In five years I went from 145lbs to 184lbs. This was the first time that I noticed acid reflux. I began taking omeprazole and felt a minor alleviation of symptoms though shortness of breath would occur after eating more often than not. I chalked it up to my stomach being so full that it was compressing my lungs. For the first time in my life I was overweight for my height, if only just slightly. I made the decision to cut 10lbs and began to feel better after doing so over the course of several months.
I moved again to a newly built apartment and noticed a slight improvement in asthma symptoms. I suspect that my previous place had a hidden mold issue but moving was not a total game changer.
I started shopping at whole foods and this was when everything clicked into place, but not for the reason you’re probably thinking. I started to develop a facial rash underneath my eyes that was accompanied by an inflamed feeling. I had no idea where this was coming from but I was determined to get to the bottom of it, considering that it was on my face.
I have found relief for asthma in fasting in the past but whenever I would eat again it would just come back, and we have to eat so it felt like it wasn’t worth messing with. This was right around the time that I began seeing my allergist. We went over the typical fare but she was surprised by my PFT, citing it as well above what she would have expected. It was then that she told me that what she suspected was not asthma so much as VCD ( She prescribed me pursed lip breathing exercises for when I felt symptoms coming on and they offered slight relief.
I began looking into factors that exacerbate VCD and discovered that reflux can be a major player. But what was I going to do to fix it? I was already taking omeprazole and tums as needed. This was when I started investigating the diaphragm’s role as it pertains to acid reflux ( I figured that there really are no downsides to strengthening the diaphragm so down the rabbit hole I went. I found this reddit post on the diaphragm( and will be forever grateful to the op because this is when things began to change for me. If you are serious about changing the way your body functions forever do not skip this post. I will reiterate once more that this post changed my life.
The more that I used my diaphragm the more I realized that I hated eating. I never felt like I could breathe afterwards. I even ended up visiting urgent care due to chest pain and shortness of breath during this time as I was scared that there may be something wrong with my heart. Docs found nothing out of order, which allayed my fears of a heart attack but left so many questions on the table. Why did I feel this way?
I could not figure out the mysterious rash and it kept coming back and kept coming back. It was gross and I needed it to go away. I was genuinely ready to give everything up to fix this. I started my elimination diet. I only ate meat, fruit, nuts, and vegetables. I stayed away from any type of dairy or gluten containing product. The difference was night and day. I went from feeling terrible every time I ate to feeling invigorated.
As time went by I felt that I needed to indulge in snacks and this is when I figured out the rash. As it turns out the rash is caused by any foods that contain sunflower oil. After not eating the way I used to it became very apparent that the sunflower oil was also causing some shortness of breath and all around itchiness as well as some joint pain in the hands.
Since starting this endeavor I have reintegrated dairy and wheat separately and have noted the following. Wheat causes chest pain and facial itchiness(for me), and dairy causes joint stiffness in my hands and back. Did I mention my favorite food was pizza? Double trouble on that one. (,(, (
Now that I have eliminated those foods I have rapidly become more able to activate my core which helps a lot with pain in the distal parts of my limbs which up until this point have been burdensome.
The inflammation in my life began to subside and with it came the awareness of just how much mucous is sitting in my nostrils and dripping down into my throat at any given time. I remembered back to when I had been sick at the beginning of the year and was so stuffed up that I resorted to pouring water into my nasal cavity and just how much dark green mucous had come out when I did. I eventually came to the realization that all of the things that I inhale that cause me to flare up are just sitting inside of my face making everything worse. Nasal irrigation completely took the place of the fluticasone spray that I had used religiously in the past. I use a neti pot available at any pharmacy (
The final thing I’d like to touch on is the chest expander. Until using an exercise band to perform the exercises listed in these videos(, ( I had no idea that my ribcage was severely atrophied from breathing like an asthmatic my entire life. My wife was surprised by how much muscle I had appeared to have gained from using it for only a couple of days and I intend to buy a nice chest expander when I become strong enough to need more. I have also begun to supplement kettlebell with inverted breathing patterns to further work the diaphragm with great success.
I am not here to try to sell you anything. I am just a normal person like you who has gone from coughing up green sputum on a daily basis to blowing “superhuman” PFTs. I have always been inspired by people like Joseph Pilates and B.K.S. Iyengar who supposedly overcame asthma with exercise and I feel that I have come one step closer to being like them.
As I said in the beginning of this post I no longer require the use of daily Advair and I only keep my prescriptions just in case. I am still sensitive to triggers like cigarette smoke, strong perfumes, and sickness but at the very least they no longer completely debilitate me. I have continued to take a daily allergy reducer in the form of cetirizine but I do not notice if I forget a day.
I know there is no one size fits all solution, but I hope that this post serves to expedite strides in a healthful direction for the members of this community. Good luck with your treatments.
TLDR: Read the post
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2023.06.01 22:04 unga-unga WTB Camera System that is truely local, doesn't require app or subscription or any kind of creepy data harvesting

Hi all, I'm sure this has been answered but after a few minutes of scrolling and googling to search through this sub, I think I'll just ask my question...
I just want a truely local system that doesn't NEED an internet connection to function. One that doesn't begin with "scan this QR to install the app." One that doesn't start with 14 "agree and continue" prompts with 100% of data harvested, from GPS to audio, of course the video as well. All of this is really creepy, and I do not understand why ANYONE is willing to use such a product, much less why EVERY product on the market seems to be this way.
I bought a cheap anran camera, which was well-reviewed and has the ability to record to local storage. So, I get into it, and it turns out that while it does store data locally on an SD, it requires that it be connected to a WiFi network with live internet to function and record. Furthermore, the format is only functional through the app - like its encrypted, but its encrypted for me, not for them. You pop that SD in your PC and its not raw files at all. I seriously feel like these products are a massive violation of privacy and I don't understand why anyone is okay with it....
So, I'm almost ready to shop Craigslist for used wired systems out of like a business that's upgrading to 4k. Is there a better option? I of course was excited about the 4k. And the auto tracking, auto zoom, etc. Oh, the infrared is a must for me. These will be used as game-trail cams, mostly night shots. Getting power there would be like, build out a small stand-alone solar system to the tune of $600 and about 40lb of battery.... Obviously, inconvenient. I got turned on to these kindsa cameras from the YouTube channel "Texas backyard wildlife." They produce some awesome footage. But now I realize - the cost is not $150. The cost is allowing some company in silicon valley, or in China, to literally have your whole life bugged. I mean, that's what cell phones are also, for sure, I guess...
Anyhow... Now I gotta return something to an eBay seller which is ALWAYS sooo much fun...
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2023.06.01 20:59 Every1IsGoing2Hell Small List of Hats You Can't Wear In California

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2023.06.01 20:45 MAM1N1TR1X Twenty years ago I was featured in an ACT article on hipsters

Twenty years ago I was featured in an ACT article on hipsters
Just so you know who your hipster fairy godmother is.
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2023.06.01 20:00 TaylorHam2384 30 [m4f] - need a partner for a Saratoga wine tour on Sunday

I’m going to be flying into the Bay Area this weekend for work and staying south of San Jose. Would love a fellow wine snob to enjoy some wineries and vineyard for my main day of enjoyment
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2023.06.01 19:55 flowinginside 40 [M4F] #Fremont, CA - older dad available to make you a mom or give you more children

I'm looking for a woman of any age who can still have children, whether you're already a mom or looking to have your first baby, whether you're single or attached. I remember the excitement of babymaking and the feeling when we find out you're pregnant. I want to help you experience that and I find it fulfilling as well. Let me know even if you're in the surrounding area of the south bay like San Jose, Fremont, or maybe even Palo Alto.
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2023.06.01 19:52 r3DDsHiFT Tex-Mex White Queso Cheese Dip around the Bay

Title says it all. I'm looking for that white cheese dip they call `queso' in some places. I had it at some resturant down south and have been craving it. Tried it at a few chains here (Chili's dear god forgive me, and Chipotle), but it isn't the same. Any recommendations to get it in the bay?
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2023.06.01 19:51 r3DDsHiFT Tex-Mex White Queso Cheese Dip?

Title says it all. I'm looking for that white cheese dip they call `queso' in some places. I had it at some resturant down south and have been craving it. Tried it at a few chains here (Chili's dear god forgive me, and Chipotle), but it isn't the same. Any recommendations to get it in the bay?
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2023.06.01 19:49 travelEye10 Big Bus Miami: Night Tour

Big Bus Miami: Night Tour
to gain access to the Big Bus Miami: Night Tour and other popular attractions in the city.
Miami is a vibrant and dynamic city that truly comes alive at night. Its dazzling skyline, bustling streets, and lively nightlife create an electric atmosphere that captivates visitors from around the world. And what better way to experience the magic of Miami after dark than with the Big Bus Miami: Night Tour?
The Big Bus Miami: Night Tour is a 90-minute journey through the heart of the city, showcasing its iconic sights and landmarks from a whole new perspective. Board the comfortable and spacious Big Bus and relax as you are taken on a panoramic tour of Brickell and Downtown Miami. As the sun sets and the city lights up, you'll witness the transformation of Miami into a captivating nighttime wonderland.
One of the great advantages of the Big Bus Miami: Night Tour is the informative onboard English-speaking guide. Throughout the tour, the guide will share fascinating facts, anecdotes, and stories about Miami's history and culture, giving you a deeper understanding of the city's unique character. You'll learn about the significance of each landmark and its role in shaping Miami's identity as "the Magic City."
The tour route is carefully designed to provide the best views of Miami's most iconic spots. You'll pass by the Port of Miami, the bustling hub of the cruise capital of the world. Here, you can marvel at the massive cargo ships and the floating hotels that make Miami one of the top destinations for cruise travelers.
Brickell, known as "Millionaire's Row," is another highlight of the tour. This luxurious urban neighborhood serves as South Florida's financial district and is home to impressive skyscrapers and upscale residences. As you cruise through Brickell, you'll get a glimpse of the opulence and grandeur that define this prestigious area.
The tour also takes you across the MacArthur Causeway, offering breathtaking views of the city skyline and the exclusive islands that adorn Biscayne Bay. From here, you can witness the juxtaposition of Miami's urban landscape and its stunning natural surroundings.
Another impressive feat of engineering that you'll encounter on the Big Bus Miami: Night Tour is the Rickenbacker Causeway. This remarkable road connects Miami to the barrier islands of Virginia Key and Key Biscayne, offering picturesque vistas of the shimmering waters and pristine beaches.
One of the key benefits of the Big Bus Miami: Night Tour is the convenience it offers. By purchasing a Go City pass, you can enjoy the tour without any additional entry fees. Simply present your pass and hop aboard the Big Bus for an unforgettable night of exploration.
In addition to the Night Tour, Go City passes provide access to a wide range of attractions and activities in Miami. Whether you opt for an All-Inclusive Pass or an Explorer Pass, you'll have the opportunity to customize your sightseeing experience and visit the places that interest you the most.
So, if you're ready to immerse yourself in the vibrant energy of Miami after dark, the Big Bus Miami: Night Tour is the perfect choice. Sit back, relax, and let the city unfold before your eyes as you discover its enchanting beauty and rich history. Whether you're a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler, this tour will undoubtedly leave you with unforgettable memories and a newfound appreciation for Miami's nocturnal charm.
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2023.06.01 19:42 OliviaKirsten Most essential places for a South East Asia Itinerary?

I’m looking to do my first ever South East Asia backpacking trip and thinking of following the Banana Pancake Trail. I have about 60-70 Days from February to April next year. I’m aware I probably won’t be able to see every place that I’ve listed, so which ones would you prioritise and say I should or shouldn’t visit?
Thailand : Bangkok Chiang Mai Pai Chiang Rai
Laos : Nong Khiaw Luang Prabang Vang Vieng Vientiane
Vietnam : Hanoi Ha Long Bay Hue Hoi An Mui Ne Ho Chi Minh City
Cambodia : Phnomh Penh Sihanoukville Ko Rong Island Siem Reap and Angkor Wat
Back to Thailand again : Bangkok Koh Tao Island Ko Pha Ngan Island Krabi Ko Phi Phi Islands Phuket
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2023.06.01 17:49 mreinhart7887 17 Estate Sales happening this weekend (6/2-6/4) in, around, and outside of Pittsburgh, PA

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2023.06.01 17:48 CulturalAddress6709 Schools in LA County? Preferably to the north vs towards the South Bay

Currently looking for schools to train with in LA County- do folks have leads?
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2023.06.01 17:36 snootypoodlepoo South Bay family history & ancestry

South Bay family history & ancestry
Hello everyone!
I’m a genealogist & I am trained in discovering local California family lineages and stories through vital records, census records, and newspapers.
This is the interest form I put together for anyone interested in learning more about their personal California family history. I create family trees, ancestral maps, and historical road trip itineraries based on YOUR personal family history! It’s a great way to connect with your heritage and wonderful knowledge pass down to future generations.
LINK TO INTEREST FORM: Family History Interest Form
Here are some things you can discover from my research:
  • Newspaper articles about your ancestors (Crime? Scandal? Who knows!)
  • Custom ancestral mapping showing your approximate ethnic admixture
  • Most common causes of death in your family history
  • United States migration mapping showing how your ancestors migrated throughout the country
  • Your great-great-great grandparents’ names
  • Most popular professions and careers in your family history
  • Photographs of your ancestors you have never seen before (Found in Newspaper archives, I have subscriptions to several newspaper websites)
I have a degree in Anthropology and have spent several years working for a professional genealogy company. I have been working as an individual genealogist for about 6 years. If you have any questions about my research, please fill out an interest form or email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
For those of you with ancestry outside of California, please send me a message. I’d be happy to help you or direct you to a better suited genealogist. Thanks!
Ancestral Origins Map Example
USA Origins Map Example
LINK TO INTEREST FORM: Family History Interest Form
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2023.06.01 17:16 greypic Where do people buy / sell stuff online?

Originally it was eBay, then Craigslist, then offerup, then Facebook marketplace. Where do you buy and sell used stuff now?
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2023.06.01 17:05 grvsm Piracy Nostalgia: Farewell to Forgotten Pirates.

Yesterday, when RARBG went down, many of us who have been pirates for a long time remembered some websites from the past that were really important to them.
I'm a German speaker, and I failed English class when I was around 10 years old in the summer of 2003 or something. I loved South Park, so I downloaded the movie and the latest episodes with BitComet to practice English, but I also just wanted to always see the latest episodes. I legit don't even know the name of that website anymore. It always had the latest South Park episodes and other cartoons back then, then it went down! (Maybe someone knows?)
I knew about P2P networks from my dad years earlier. We used a lot of Kazaa to download songs to put on our iPod!
Then I got more into torrenting, never really stopped. I used Mininova, ThePirateBay, KickassTorrents, and lastly RARBG, which was online forever, and I thought the good times never end.
TLDR; My personal story is not important and not the point but I say thanks and goodbye to:
..And the ones I have forgotten about, but I used way too many!
I would love to hear about what websites you used that have been forgotten about about!
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2023.06.01 16:42 cobratx91 How is the Holiday Inn - Redwood City(Central)

Hi there. I'm unsure how the Holiday Inn Redwood City(Central) location. I'm somewhat interested to travel out to Bay Area for the Billy Strings N1n2 shows in early Oct he is having in Stanford Univ Frost amp. I've been trying to find a hotel around the South Bay area that is close to Stanford and mid way between SFO or SJC airport. I'm trying to find a hotel that is not super expensive but not super cheap. Like at least a 2.5 or 3 star hotel that has A/C and free breakfast(or near local diners/restaurants that have good food that isn't expensive)
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2023.06.01 15:52 Psychological-Tea787 Subletting Entire 2 Furnished Bedroom Apartment near South Bay for July and August. $2000 per month utilites included.

Going on a vacation, coming back in Sept 1. We pay $2800 total, but we will pay for the utilities as well.
The move in dates can be flexible even up to last week of June.
It's right by Newmarket station which goes straight to South Station/downtown Boston in 10 minutes No roommates, in unit laundry/washer, street parking available but no car really needed since going to downtown is so convenient and close.
DM me with work/education info.
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2023.06.01 15:39 Tigrannes On this day in History, June 1

Middle Ages
Early Modern World
Revolutionary Age
Second Industrial Revolution
World War I
Interwar Period
World War II
Cold War
Modern World
The decision to go to war is one of the most serious an American president faces. On June 1, 1812, President Madison sent a letter—later dubbed his war message—to both houses of Congress. In it, he listed a series of transgressions Great Britain had committed against the U.S. He also explained his decision not to recommend war with France at that time.
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2023.06.01 15:00 AutoModerator Trade and Sell Thursday!

This thread is for you to find retro game stuff to buy and trade for. You can sell directly to a user, you can post your trade lists, want lists, eBay links, craigslist, or whatever.
As a reminder, /retrogameswap, /retromart, and our sell/trade chatroom exist for your selling/trading needs every single day!
Or, join us in our #buy-sell-trade channel on our Discord server:
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2023.06.01 12:03 Extreme-Brief-8285 🤠 One of the Rothschilds, Head of Investment Controls Carl Wilson, worked at Ripple from 2012 to 2015, heading the Institutional Liquidity Department

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