House plans with 6 car garage

Home of Post-Dubstep, Future Garage and related Bass music

2010.07.08 14:58 Home of Post-Dubstep, Future Garage and related Bass music

Future garage is a style of electronic music that derives from 2-step and UK garage. It stands out from other forms of electronica thanks to its jittery rhythms and sparse, syncopated beats reminiscent of dub and dubstep. Future garage is typically performed at tempos ranging from 130 to 140 beats per minute (BPM).

2019.10.23 19:57 Ceorl_Lounge What car would you buy?

Car geeks post about hypothetical car purchases. Only constraint is your imagination.

2014.04.18 01:22 incinerate55 It's not quite deep.

It's like deep house but its not and it's like house but it's not, it's kind of like uk bass but it's not, it might even sound a little like future garage but really, we all know it's not. It's shallow house.

2023.03.30 19:00 Future_Vehicle_8307 22 Blue in 2022: 'THE QUICK LIST'

22 Blue in 2022: 'THE LIST'

Build Supermajorities of Democrats in the US House and US Senate

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The election of Democratic Supermajorities to both chambers of the US Congress is the best outcome we can strive towards in the 2022 Midterm Election for many reasons. Among them: breaking the decade of gridlock in Congress, supporting President Biden’s agenda, and his re-election in 2024. My personal favorite is that this could commence the decades-long political banishment of the GOP from power, which the Republican Party so richly deserves.
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2023.03.30 18:58 saltycookies420 American going to "The Hydra" any thoughts?

I'm in and out of the scene in America but wanted a proper UK rave when I'm out there next week. (April 5-10) I only have 1 night next week since my partner isnt into the scene.
Does RA show the rave in my time? If says it starts 15:00 which would be 3pm in london? Is it a day thing?
Open to any and all info to have a good time while im out there, meet new faces, and have fun. I'm pretty open to most genres but favor house techno tech house.
Planning to purchase from RA since im familiar with the artists:
The Hydra: Tresor with Jeff Mills, Ben Klock b2b DVS1, FJAAK [live], LSDXOXO
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2023.03.30 18:58 xof711 Saylor and MicroStrategy - Ultimate Bitcoin Bulls Explained

Saylor and MicroStrategy - Ultimate Bitcoin Bulls Explained
On Monday, MicroStrategy (NASDAQ: MSTR) revealed that it purchased 6,455 bitcoins For $150M. The firm's treasury now holds 138,955 bitcoins, purchased at an average price of ~$29,817 per coin.
According to a Monday filing with the SEC, MicroStrategy also revealed it prepaid its USD 161M loan owed to Silvergate, fully paying off its debt to the bank.
MicroStrategy became the first publicly traded company to hold BTC on its balance sheet in August 2020. At the time, the firm’s former CEO Michael Saylor described the investment as ‘part of our new capital allocation strategy, which seeks to maximize long-term value for our shareholders… this investment reflects our belief that [BTC]... is a dependable store of value and an attractive investment asset with more long-term appreciation potential than holding cash.’
Over the years, MicroStrategy, which formed MacroStrategy LLC in 2021 to hold the firm’s BTC, has purchased BTC with cash and via a number of debt offerings. Each debt offering went on to raise a greater principal amount than initially announced. For example, MicroStrategy’s February debt offering was initially priced at USD 600M, but would go on to raise USD 1.05B.
The firm’s BTC position, currently worth USD 3.96B, has caused the firm to become an instrument for indirect exposure to BTC. At the moment, Capital Group has a 16% position in MSTR, followed by Vanguard Group, 9%, and BlackRock, 6%. Since adopting BTC as a treasury reserve asset in 2020, MSTR is up 93%. The stock achieved a record high of USD 1,034, coinciding with BTC reaching USD ~47k. MSTR has fallen 72.54% since the record high, compared to BTC’s 58.70% drawdown from it's all-time high.
Beyond buying and holding BTC, and supporting the ‘hodl’ mantra, Saylor revealed plans for MacroStrategy to begin offering services related to the asset. According to Saylor, the firm has ambitions towards offering Lightning Network-related services: ‘We want to plug it into enterprise technology and make it a marketing strategy for any forward thinking CMO.’ Saylor said he expects ‘to show something in the first quarter’ in 2023.
Takeaway: MicroStrategy and Saylor’s embrace of BTC highlighted the asset’s inflation hedge use case. Those educating themselves on BTC ahead of MicroStrategy’s embrace would see the move as an obvious affirmation. However, the firm and Saylor have introduced the inflation hedge use-case to some who failed to consider it prior.
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2023.03.30 18:58 christianbaleanon I (30f) need a reality check about my bf’s (40m) finances and whether or not it’s a dealbreaker.

I love my boyfriend. We are talking about the future, but I have serious concerns about the state of his finances that lead me to think that marriage may be out of the question.
He was self employed at one point and did not save enough money to pay his taxes for a couple years. I believe he owes over 70k to the IRS that he is paying back with a payment plan. He has over 200k in student loan debt. This is a man who just recently became a lawyer and is working hard to pull himself out of the hole he created, but I have doubts about long term longevity. Will we ever be able to buy a house together? Will we ever be able to afford to have kids?
I have a decent paying job making 85k a year with no student loan debt, a good credit score, and some savings. Am I shooting myself in the foot by potentially marrying this man I love? Would a prenup help protect me? Or should I just resign myself to the fact that this is a dead end and move on?
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2023.03.30 18:57 saucyrants How to best understand and love my boyfriend more?

Hi all! I have never posted in this sub before but I have been looking. I started dating this guy almost 2 months ago now and it seems to be going well! He thinks he’s on the spectrum but his parents never took him to get a diagnosis. I’ve worked with kids who were severely autistic and I know everyone is different so I am not here trying to diagnose him or asking you to but that being said, I don’t think many people in his life would be surprised if he got the diagnosis.
About me- I am also not neuro typical I have adhd and bipolar. I suppose I thought I should just share a little about me.
ANYWAYS to my questions. I have been trying to research dating someone with autism. First and biggest question, would it be weird to share that? To say what I’ve found and ask questions based off of it? I don’t want it to come off as weird that I’m researching. I have tried to ask questions but he doesn’t always know the answers of like what would be helpful. I thought maybe if I read up on it I could make suggestions?
He has the same routine. He works as a bartender, if he goes out after work it’s with the same people to the same bar. He’s comfortable and outgoing there. Same at his house or with his family. Having him come to my place sends him into a spiral, he gets so scared because it’s unfamiliar. Obviously I get it will be unfamiliar until he comes over more but I don’t want him to panic constantly. It is important he comes to me sometimes too though since we live 45 minutes apart and I work 8-5 5-6 days a week. He says he needs people to bully him into doing things but I obviously don’t want that but that’s the only way he knows how to break his routine.
How accepting are families? I find his quirks endearing but others may not. How do you tackle this?
Any other things that would be helpful to keep in mind? I try to be clear and open with communication. There’s always things he does which he thinks are because of his autism like being extremely Organized or extremely passionate about hobbies. I try to reassure him and tell him it makes me like (we haven’t said love yet but god I want to ) him more. Seeing how he lays out his clothes or reorganizes the drink binder from work on his free time is adorable. He has DND figurines he’s shy to tell me about but I try to encourage him. He also makes noises sometimes which I know is stimming and I usually don’t comment on it to not bring more attention to it. He can be quirky and say weird things that if anyone else said it it would be a MAJOR turn off. Not that it’s a turn on but I realize it is who he is which makes me love him more.
Overall I just want to know how to best be in a relationship with someone on the spectrum. How can I support them when they don’t even know the support they need?
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2023.03.30 18:57 Fractalrdr2 Are these good ECS

I'm planning out my ECs and would like to see if there is anything I should change or swap I Ideally would like to go to a t30 for engineering 1. VP deca club 2. internship with local legislator summer 2023 3. jv/v volleyball (11th/12th) 4. NHS tutor (11th/12th) 5. president of financial club 6. developed an app to prevent distracted driving 7. founded non profit 8. internship summer 2024 9 foundepresident of engineering club 10 founder of ecommerce company/ crypto trading
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2023.03.30 18:57 hollowmushroom lift kit conundrum (‘07 Tahoe)

I bought a used 2007 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 4wd yesterday. I’ve wanted a Tahoe forever and already have big plans to make it look bad***. The first step in this plan is to get a 3 inch lift kit put on it; however, I’m running into some issues with my local car shops. This vehicle has the air ride suspension and apparently Rough Country doesn’t even make a kit compatible with it. Does anyone else have a Tahoe that they were able to lift even with the air ride? Bonus points if it’s an 07!!
If I have to buy a kit and YouTube my way through putting it on myself, I will. I just don’t want to waste my time calling shops if that’s the only option. Also have seen people do the conversion kits so they don’t have air ride at all.. I’d prefer not to convert but if it’s what I gotta do to put a lift on it, once again, I will😂
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2023.03.30 18:56 clearliquidclearjar TALLAHASSEE WEEKLY EVENTS, 3/30 – 4/5

Events are listed by the day. Events that happen every week appear first, one time stuff after that. If you have anything you’d like people to know about, comment here or message me and I’ll add it in. If you’d like further info about any of the events, look it up! I usually don’t have any extra to add.
Large Scale, Ongoing, and Multi-Day Events
Local Running, Walking, and Biking Info:
OutdooFarmer’s Markets:
  • Blue Tavern: Jen Clark and the Old Schoolers with Chris Seepersaud, Paddy League, and Jack Straub. 5pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: Otha Allen Jr. 6pm
  • Blu Halo: Upside Avenue. 6pm
  • Blue Tavern: Music of the Spheres Last Thursday: The Rising Stars present the evolution of fife and drum music. 8pm
FRIDAY, 3/31
  • Lake Tribe: Flannel Friday. Flannel Fridays will be featuring a wide range of fall themed 'Pop-up' activities such as food trucks, live music, campfires, s'mores roasting, new seasonal brews, and more! Come dawn your flannel and cozy up to the simpler things in life. Our beers taste like the outdoors feel, let our tasting room be your Friday cabin retreat. 4pm
  • Gamescape: MTG Friday Night Magic. FORMAT: Standard Constructed. Swiss rounds as determined by the number of players with a maximum of 5 rounds. 7pm/$5
  • Hobbit West: Friday Night Dart Tournament. Anyone can Enter! Sign ups at 7:30, Darts fly at 8:00/$10 entry fee
  • Ouzts Too: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 8pm
  • Club Downunder: CDU X Hip Hop Club Presents Freestyle Friday. Show off your freestyle rap or poetry skills at Freestyle Friday! Doors are at 7:30 with the show starting at 8:00 in Club Downunder! Send an email to [email protected] to sign up! 8pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with DJ Rah. 9pm-11pm/21+
  • 926: The Hot Friday Night Party and Drag Show. 9pm/$5/18+
  • Blue Tavern: Douce Ambiance Reboot. 5pm
  • Kleman Plaza: MusicFest. Join us on Kleman Plaza the night before the Grand Parade for an exciting musical line-up featuring a country music star CHRIS LANE! Special guests include Walker Montgomery and Temecula Road! This is a FREE community event! Unwind at the BEER GARDEN as we ROCK the plaza for this free festival event! Beer, wine, Coca-Cola products and food will be available for purchase. Make sure to arrive early to enjoy the opening acts as this event will get packed quickly. 6pm
  • Proof: The Aftermath Band. 6pm
  • FSU Hillel: Swifty Shabbat. Join us for a Taylor Swift themed shabbat! Services start at 6pm, dinner starts at 7pm
  • House of Music: Keal Franklin plus Late Night Karaoke. 6:30pm
  • Island Wing Company: Free Wheelin. 7pm
  • Southwood Golf Club: Deja Blu. 7pm
  • Duke’s and Dottie’s: Lloyd Carter Band. 7pm
  • The Wine House on Market Street: Midnight Caravan. 7pm
  • Vino Beano: Persian Night & Belly Dancing. 7:30pm
  • Fire Bettys: Mainstream Band. 8pm
  • The Rose Room: GeneZone. 8pm
  • The Bark: No Parts, Lighthearted, and Confession Kids. 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Rod MacDonald. 8pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: Ben Flournoy Trio. pm
  • Brinkley Glen Park: Invasive Plant Removal. Join Master Gardener Volunteers at this weekly invasive plant removal event. This is a great way to learn to ID our invasive plant species and how to remove them. We recommend wearing long pants and sleeves, closed-toed shoes, gloves, a hat and mosquito spray. Bring gardening tools such as hand clippers, loppers, trowels, etc. if you have them. We are removing coral ardisia bushes and berries, nandina, tung trees, Tradescantia flumenensis, cat's claw vine, winged yam, Japanese climbing fern, skunkvine and more. Directions: The best way to get there is to take Meridian Rd to Waverly Rd, go to the next intersection and turn left onto Abbotsford Way, then turn left at the next road called Woodside Dr. At the stop sign turn left onto Lothian. Lothian ends in a cul-de-sac and there is a sign that says Brinkley Glen Park. 8:30am-11:30am
  • The Rose Room: The Rose Revue. Performances by your favorite entertainers and special guests! Shows at 8pm, 10pm, & Midnight! A unique cast EACH show! 7pm
  • Duke’s and Dottie’s: Line Dancing Plus Lessons. 7pm/21+
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Laughterday Night Fever. This week: Five Year Anniversary Laughterday Night Fever! Join us every Saturday at Bird's Aphrodisiac Oyster Shack for a free comedy show! 8:30pm
  • La Casa Bar: Karaoke With Nathan. 9pm-1pm
  • LeRoy Collins Library Garage on Bronough (under the library): The Spring Title Wave Book Sale. Classics, vintage, and more! 9:30am-3pm
  • Capital City Raceway: Rotten Egg Rumble. 10am
  • Native Nurseries: oil Building and Compost. Learn everything there is to know about increasing soil fertility to grow healthy, nutrient dense fruits and vegetables. Sundiata Ameh-El of Compost Community will walk you through the basics of soil composition, microbiology and how to build your soils to make them perfect habitats for microorganisms that are responsible for healthy soil. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED via PHONE ORDER. There is a $5.00 fee; your payment holds your spot in the class. Please call (850) 386-8882 to pre-register. Class size is limited to 15 people. 10am
  • Leon Sinks: First Saturday Hike. If it is the first Saturday of the month, it is time for a hike at Leon Sinks! We will meet at 10 am in the parking lot and hike the trail together to see the beautiful geological features of the area while walking on wooded hiking trails. Right off US 319 south of Tallahassee, the Leon Sinks Geological Area contains 5 miles of trails leading to a series of sinkholes big and small. The land in this area is underlain by a layer of limestone, eroded and dissolved by rainwater and groundwater to form caverns, holes, and tunnels. This type of terrain is called "karst" and results in many geological features such as wet sinkholes, depressions, natural bridges and a disappearing stream. The hikers can either hike the 3.6-mile Sinkhole Trail to view the numerous sinkholes and geological features, or the 2.8-mile Gum Swamp Trail around a cypress and gum swamp. We recommend wear hiking shoes and bring a water bottle, and consider bug spray or long pants/sleeves. 10am
  • Leon High Tennis Courts: Regional Energy Whiz Expo. The Regional Energy Whiz Expo consists of two events, the Solar Sprint and the Solar Cook-Off, geared towards getting kids involved in utilizing solar energy in fun and innovative ways. The Solar Sprint, open to students in 4th through 8th grade, consists of teams designing and building solar powered race cars. The Solar Cook-Off, for students in 4th through 12th grade, is a two-part competition encompassing the design of a fully solar powered cooker as well as a dish cooked using this same cooker. The winning team from each event will have the opportunity to compete in the state-wide Energy Whiz Expo! Noon
  • The Puff: Marauders Market. Come join us at our newest smallest venue! Vintage resellers, local artisans, & good tunes! (Rescheduled from last week.) Noon
  • Potbellys: 1st Annual Rock the SPEAR Benefit Concert with Tobacco Rd Band and former American Idol contestant Paisley Howell. 3pm/$20
  • The Hub at Feather Oaks: The Jerry Thigpen Trio. 3pm
  • Theater of Tallahassee: Cabaret Showcase. Join us for a special event at Theatre Tallahassee! We are delighted to bring you a Broadway cabaret of singing, dancing and acting featuring our award winning dance and theatre groups, along with some of our most advanced students, inspirational adult acts, and amazing solo performances. Every person regardless of age needs a ticket. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Ticket sales end two hours before each show. 3pm
  • Proof: Corey Hall Band. 5pm
  • The Rose Room: Topsy Turvy Through The Looking Glass. Each Performance inspired by Lewis Carroll's Through The Looking Glass! Performances by your favorite entertainers and special guests! Shows at 8pm, 10pm, & Midnight! A unique cast EACH show! COSTUMES ENCOURAGED! 6pm
  • Common Ground Books: Crochet Workshop with Peter's Crochet Array. Beginner and intermediate crocheters welcome. No crochet knowledge is needed before attending this class. Space is limited. All ages welcome. All participants will need a crochet hook (between size 4-6mm) and a skein of yarn. Participants can bring their own supplies, or we will be happy to provide them at cost. 6pm/$20 with optional $8 supply fee
  • Oyster City Brewing: Mechanical Lincoln. 7pm
  • Square Mug: Dylan Daley, Killer Choice, Zero Shock, and Broken Couch Club. 7pm
  • Blue Tavern: Harmonious Wail. 8pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: MEMELESQUE. Ermahgerd Shaken Not Stirred is back at your fav local theater Cap City Video Lounge!!! You thought it was a show announcement but it was me, Dio! Our entire lives are the internet now so we made a show about it. TXT all your besties & bring them out for for MEME-LESQUE. We will meme till you scream. Masks required. Don't forget to tip your performers! 8pm/18+/$10
  • American Legion Hall: Latin Soul Orchestra 12th Anniversary Celebration. 8pm/$20
  • Fire Bettys: Pop Punk & Emo Night. 10pm
  • Bicycle House: Sunday Ride. Ride at 10:30 AM from Bicycle House. We will ride the Cascades trail to the St Marks trail and down to Wakulla station and return, about 31 miles. Ride speed is 12 to 14 mph, with periodic regroups. Vernon Bailey is the ride leader. Vernon is a new CCC member who’s been biking for 50 years enjoys riding with small groups and weekend touring. 10am
  • Gamescape: Pokémon League. Come learn, play, and trade with the Pokémon Trading Card Game and the Pokémon video games! We LOVE seeing new players, so come learn how to play! We play both the Trading Card Game and the Video Game casually and competitively. The store offers lots of different seating arrangements to meet our group's needs, as well as food, drinks, and Pokémon products for purchase. We are also hold regular, officially sanctioned tournaments for Pokémon Trading Card Game and Video Game Competitions! 2-4pm
  • House of Music: Songwriter Sunday. Songwriters of Tallahassee hosted by Rachel Hillman. Bring your original songs on Sunday - sign up is at 4:30. No Cover Songs please - this is an event celebrating original music. Accompanists and Bands Welcome - you must be able to set up within two minutes, so no crazy pedals or amp shenanigans. No Backing Tracks - Please find someone to play your song with you. 5pm
  • The Plant: Open Jam. All instruments, all players welcome. 5pm-9pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: Comedy Night. Come have some laughs with us on Sunday nights! If you are interested in participating in the show, reach out to [email protected] 7:30pm
  • The Rose Room: Synful Sunday. 8pm
  • Common Ground Books: Clothing Swap. Bring your clothes you no longer want, fit, or no longer feel like "you", and switch them out or just donate them to others. Clothing for all ages welcome. Please bring clothes in a bin or box so they can be easily browsed. Any clothing left will be considered a donation and held for the next swap or be made available for those in need. 2pm
  • The Bark: Copyright Claim, Animal Nineteen, Funeral Homes, and Heaven Slept. 7pm
  • 926: Curly Q “First Glance” EP release show with Learning To Swim, Our Final Feud, and Seppe. 7pm
  • Retrofit Records: Alexalone with Deadharrie. 7pm/free
  • House of Music: Bywater Call. 7pm
  • Just One More: Bingo. 5pm-6:30pm
  • American Legion Hall: Cha Cha - Weekly Lessons. 6:15pm/$5
  • Hangar 38: Bingo. 6:45pm
  • Vino Beano: Tipsy Trivia. 7pm
  • The Rose Room: Karaoke Night. 8pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: The Bachelor Watch Party! 8pm
  • World of Beer: SINGO Music Bingo SPECIAL EVENT. With SINGO, our host will play 150 of the best hits in the music business, all 30-second music clips, and you'll have multiple opportunities to win house cash courtesy of WoB! You don't have to sing, but you'll definitely sing along! 6:30pm
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with Paddy League. 5pm
  • World of Beer: Poker Night. 6pm
  • The Rose Room: Drag Bingo and Open Stage Night ft. Britney T. Foxx! 6pm
  • Crafty Crab: BOOMIN' Karaoke. 7pm
  • Ology Midtown: Jazz Jam Sessions. 7pm
  • Island Wings: Trivia. 7pm
  • House of Music: Tuesday Trivia & Karaoke. 7pm
  • Burrito Boarder: Karaoke with DJ Roldus. 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Tuesday is Blues Day. Every Tuesday is Blues Day @ the Blue Tavern and Blues Meets Girl is a Tallahassee favorite. This perfect, intimate venue provides just what you need for both a mid-week break and authentic blues music experience. 8pm
  • 4th Quarter: Professor Jim's Tuesday Night Trivia. Popular for a reason! 8pm
  • Argonaut Coffee: Trivia Tuesday. 8pm
  • 926: Tacos and Trivia. 9pm
  • Fire Betty’s: Comedy Show. 9pm/21+
  • Blue Tavern: Abe Partridge with Cat Ridgeway. 5pm
  • Richard G. Fallon Theatre: TEDxFSU Rooted in Reality Conference. Hosted by a student-run organization at Florida State University, our event is called TEDxFSU, where x = an independently organized TED event. They will have speakers, performers, activities, and more! Check out to learn more about them and the event! 5:30pm
  • Civic Center: The Kid LAROI with Jeremy Zucker. 8pm
  • Rose Room: Women's Wednesday. Featuring Our Rose Roulettes and drink specials all night long. A night for all of our female-identifying friends to enjoy a safe space and an awesome happy hour! 5pm-2am
  • Birds: The Wednesday Night Lab Session hosted by Jim Crozier. 6pm
  • Tara Angel’s Magic: D&D Experience - Adult (18+) Group. Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition - Candlekeep Mysteries. A one-shot is a D&D event that starts and finishes in the same session, typically lasting 3 - 4 hours. We have pre-generated characters for players to choose from. WHAT TO BRING: Pencils, Dice (can be purchased in store), Mask (encouraged for unvaccinated participants), Enthusiasm! Please sign up in advance to reserve a spot in this campaign. Tickets can be purchased in-store, over the phone, or on the website. For more information, please email [email protected], or call: (850) 878-4555 6pm-9pm
  • Goodwood: Wonderful Wednesday. 6pm/$5
  • Level 8 Rooftop Lounge: Trivia. 6pm
  • The Great Games Library: Open Game Night. 6pm/free
  • American Legion Hall: Sue Boyd Country Western and More Dance Class. Session 2 - Beginner 6:30 to 7:45 pm What: East Coast Swing and Waltz. Cost: $8.00 per person. Wear comfortable shoes you can turn in. 7:45 to 8:15 - Practice dance with paid admission. 8:15 to 9:30: Intermediate - 2 Step and WCS. $8.00 per person or $13.00 for both classes. Vaccines are required. Face masks are optional. Changing partners is optional. 6:30pm
  • Perry Lynn’s Smokehouse in Quincy: Wed Night Open Mic w/ Steven Ritter and Friends. 6:30pm
  • Hangar 38: Trivia. 6:45pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Tallahassee: Trivia. Teams up to 6 players for three rounds with 10 questions and a tie breaker each round. Winners are by round so don’t worry if you need to come late or can’t stay the whole time! Prizes include a round of beer, a 6 pack and a gift card! 7pm
  • Proof: Trivia. 7pm
  • Vino Beano: Wine Bingo. 7pm
  • Fermentation Lounge: Trivia. 7pm
  • The Bark: Oceans in the Sky, Dizzy Bats, and Medians. 7pm
  • House of Music: Open Mic at House of Music. Join us Wednesday nights for open mic in the bar with host Mike Ingram of The Brown Goose. Come early for Happy Hour and dinner! 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Warehouse Wednesdays Open Mic Night. The open mic night that has run continuously for almost 20 years, once housed at the Warehouse, lives on at the Blue Tavern. Doc Russell continues as the host with the most. Sign up starts at 8pm/free to attend
  • Fire Betty’s: Karaoke! 8pm/21+/free
  • Dukes and Dotties: College Night and Line Dancing Lessons. 8pm
  • The Bark: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 9pm
  • 926: Dragged Out Wednesday. 10pm
  • Wfsu Public Media, 1600 Red Barber Plaza: The Village Square Presents Tallahassee Town Hall. Our annual town hall hosts commissioners from the City of Tallahassee and Leon County to have a constructive (and neighborly) discussion about where we are, where we’re going and what the challenges out there on the horizon might be. 6pm
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2023.03.30 18:56 nonamebanddit I (24F) am in love with my ex (34F) again

I’m in love with my ex again. My ex (34F) and I (24F) were together for 3 1/2 years. We broke up about a year and few months ago. We broke up because we started being less intimate, and both had mental health issues so we were fighting a lot. When we broke up we said we wanted to still be in each others live and grow and maybe we would get back together one day and be healthier. Well 6 months after the break up I casually saw a new girl but denied her serval times before going out with her. Then a month after I saw a girl who was still in love with her ex and we talked about our ex’s and we’d hook up. I also blackout drunkenly slept with our mutual friend. We are all still friends and hang out but I know it hurt her. I only did all of this because I felt so rejected by my ex’s lack of intimacy. I just wanted to feel wanted by anyone. Throughout this I was still seeing her everyday or every other day. I’ve not went on a date with anyone in 6 months. I’ve not actually casually “seen” anyone in 9 months. In the past few months I’ve fallen back in love with her. We’ve not had sex or anything. We just spend so much time together. We always try to have at least one meal together a day. We share our pets. We still have our shows we can only watch with each other. We cuddle, and every time we say bye she kisses my forehead. I take care of her if she’s sick. We’ve been through so much she’s my rock. We’re making living wills to where we’re the main beneficiaries. We both are looking to move states and we plan to move together. We agreed we could never not live in the same city as each other. There isn’t one thing in the world I wouldn’t do for her. She recently started talking to a new girl. I thought I’d be supportive. Now I’m just so depressed I feel like I’m mourning our break up again. I just see her doing the stuff she used to do for me when we started dating. She doesn’t ever date casually it always ends up being serious so I’m so selfishly terrified. It hurts so much there isn’t a day i have stopped crying. I want her to be happy. I know she deserves to see other people and have healthier relationships. I just feel so in love with her still and it kills me. I don’t know if I should tell her my feelings or just keep them bottled up so she can be happy and not lose whatever friendship we have at the moment.
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2023.03.30 18:55 yvaine_5678 I Want To Live Away From My Mother's Rage

Me (16F) and My Sister (13F) have been raised by my Father (47M) from past 3 years. Everything's been good and we really appreciate our dad supporting us in every stage of our life, Our Dad and Our Mother(40F) have been separated since my sister was born but not yet divorced. They've tried to mend their relationship a lot of times but they end with a note of violence, screaming and abuse.
Since childhood, Mom was on meds for anger issues and whenever she got off it she would mentally and physically abuse us. It once got so bad, she got us naked and made us stand in the cold wind for two hours until, our grandma (maternal) got back from a dinner and covered us with towels. The second time mom fought with grandma, she took us to an abandoned Railway Station and threatened to leave us there and didn't take us back until we cried and begged about her being a better mother than my father (I was 9 and my sister was 6). These Episodes of Bursting Out In Anger, stressed us out so much that we had to move from one relative's house to another to escape from her. I have had a relativity nice childhood, the exception being my mother's outbursts.
Mom frequently cried to herself about not being able to get back with my dad and make things work out, I would feel incredibly sad and guilty about this and would often blame myself for their separation until dad mentioned that the marriage was doomed from the start. About my dad, he is a very loving and supportive person. I struggled a lot with my grades and having been bullied in my 4th year for being "Awkward and A Complete Oustcast" to the point where even my teacher would refuse to acknowledge me. Yet, my dad never gave me false hope and bought us to his house whenever mom hit us. It has gotten a lot more better since we started to live with our dad (It happened only because of court's decision, otherwise mom would never let go of her punching bags).
Forward to me turning Fourteen, My Grandparents (Paternal), Aunt's, Uncle's, Cousin's, Friends literally everyone had my back and I was so thankful for it and Still Am. Mom's doing pretty well she ain't getting off her meds and that gave me relief. Me and my sister went to visit, two days into the visit and she started to pester me about my dad's dating life. She wanted me to inform her about all the women my dad meets. This is not the first time. She once checked dad's phone and blamed it on me. Turns she's been doing this for a long time.
So, I met my dad's girlfriend(43F) of one year and she's such a sweetheart, we instantly clicked and found a lot of things in common. Hence, I enjoyed my time with her. My Mom somehow found out about my dad's girlfriend and started sending threats to her to "back off from her husband" she always badmouthed dad and stalked his girlfriend from my account.
At this point, I was really done with her delusions She got access to my group chats and sent messages like "OP is an idiot" "She doesn't get good grades". My Dad called up the police to inform the harassment she put us through, she apologized for her behaviour but we all know she didn't mean it. She tore up my notes, i spent three weeks to write since I was on a sick leave and called me an ungrateful daughter. Her side of relatives admitted her in an mental institution for three days, but she escaped from there to return back to her house and beat my grandma up for complaining to the relatives.
We planned to have an family trip together on my father's side, for that, I needed my identity proof. Turns out it's with my mother, at this point I was on talking terms with her. So I phoned her and asked her to send them. She got absolutely mad and told me off saying "Why do you behave like an adult?" "You have no respect" "You and Your Sister are turning into your Dad" "You share a lot of secrets with him and exclude me" I'm sorry but we don't share any sort of secrets and I can't violate my dad's privacy for you. Now, she won't send the pictures and was stating about how it's her wish to not let us go with our dad's side because they are all "strange" people, I have spent half of my childhood with them.
Right now, I am going to start college in a month and I don't want any hindering chances of me and mother being together ever again that also means lessening our chances to see our maternal grandmother ever again, she has always been for us and also got in between mom beating us causing her to get hit herself. This makes me cry so much, I still have love left for her, mom cried while apologizing after one of her episodes and it made me feel extremely guilty for always escaping whenever she got angry.
My dad feels the same, he always encouraged me to go back to mom and rekindle our relationship because she's not always like that, I rather feel like he feels sympathetic towards her even after she abused him too.
I want to get away really bad, I am currently planning to move to dorms so I would never see her again yet I'm not sure about leaving my sister alone juggling in between, my sister is really affectionate with my maternal grandmother and I know she will go back to her some day. It hurts to see her cry after I hear my mom's insults over the phone.
I'm very much unsure about all the decisions I take because according to my mother "I am a child and not to meddle in adulthood" and "I don't have a say".
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2023.03.30 18:55 tennhouse Shop/Loft Feedback

Shop/Loft Feedback
I am a local builder in Nashville, TN. I bought 16 acres outside of Nashville, TN and the property came with a foundation that looks like the original land owner had some kind of idea for. I checked out the foundation and looks to be in excellent shape to go vertical with a couple of fixes here and there. I got a draftsman to draw me a plan of a Shop/Loft plan. I intend to live in this for a little bit and ultimately build a home on another location on site. Being a builder I have opportunities for returned/unwanted materials. The window package will not be exactly what is shown on the drawing and the roof line could change as well. So the windows could change location and size I just wanted to throw some on there of how I kind of envision it. I want to incorporate solar, geo-thermal and water reclamation and make the structures on site off the grid. The spot is about 150' in the air on a ridge-top with an opportunity for views of the ridge-tops across the way. 100% secluded and no one is around me for at-least +1500' radius hence the outdoor shower.
I am looking for some feedback on my first design. Obviously, I have a couple of details that need to be reflected on the plan such as final grade and furring out the interior block to get a better R value.(Would make the exterior walls 12" instead of the 8" shown) I am also thinking of adding a fireplace to the right side close to the entry way which I look at as my "living room". The second retaining wall will not have to be that long and I was thinking of making an outdoor space for myself in the future but not on this first phase. I want to keep in mind that this will be a future garage for me and a living quarters second. I have a 1973 Airstream 31' dual axel that I plan on parking in the open space at the garage door opening and I want to try and keep that opening available for that too. I Just want to build an efficient spot for me to live in for a couple of years before I build the main home on the property.
The photos of the foundation are at the back corner of the plan, closest to the laundry/mechanical closet. The garage door will be a glass one to help with light and hopeful get a decent view.
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2023.03.30 18:54 reduce333 Setting up my nephew for financial security

Hi, I thought with the wealth of knowledge here I could ask others their suggestions for my nephew. My brother(his dad) passed before he was born. My parents get my nephew a lot given that his mom has extreme anxiety. She has a history of drug abuse as well which is why it concerns me for his future. I am trying to set myself up for financial security as well. I live with my parents right now although they are getting divorced but I plan on just staying with whomever occassionally and they enjoy the company. Most of the assets they had, I was hoping to give to my nephew once my parents passed will most likely not be there. I can hope for good things but I'm a realist and I want to develop strategies so he has financial support. Especially given his circumstances.
I want to do the following for him but I would appreciate any advice or strategies that others have used for providing financial support for their family.
  1. Use my deceased brothers business which was for construction and do a construction POD t-shirt business that profits will be used for taxes and a savings/investment account for my nephew. He is 3 so I can't really pay him as an employer yet until he is a little bit older. But I like this idea as I am hoping to have him branch off the business in his teenage years doing lawn care items so he can save for a car. I want to teach him the importance of earning money before I hand off the buisness to him when he is older for him to keep or sale.
  2. Buy a duplex in the coming years for his mom and him to live in. Have them pay a cheaper rent in case she gets better and can afford a house on her own. Once the mortgage is paid, I would gift the house to him and in the meantime use any leftover profits from the other units rents to save for him.
  3. I want to start an investment account like a Roth IRA when he starts working for lawn care as he gets older. But I also want to put in some investments now or at least a HYSA since he is so young. My dad has a brokerage in which he pays the taxes on for him to have when he turns 18 as well.
My parents are a huge support system for my nephew right now and my other brother who is 10 years older than me who is 37 has no retirement, no assets, and is making 16 an hour with no health benefits. I am halfway to reaching 100k in investments and plan on househacking in the next couple years to build up a real estate portfolio. I have a good degree in engineering and a good paying job. Only student loan debt but I plan on making the minimum payments as it's only 30 grand in total with interest. I also am being a little selfish for the remaining of my 20s to focus on traveling but I know I can do online things for my nephew like put away some money and start an online business for him. I will most likely be the caregiver for most of my family so travel and maxing out my tax advantaged investment accounts are what is taking top priority in my life right now since I know that this probably won't be an option for me in the coming years with my circumstances. This is a lot but I appreciate any advice.
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2023.03.30 18:53 ciroc042 Me 25m 25f - just a long text

I had a seven-month relationship, which ended on January 12. We never had problems or internal conflicts, the only discussions, if it can be called that, were about me giving too much space to her, as fear of becoming just one person as it happened in my old relationship. Sometimes I feel like I tried to sabotage this relationship, because I wasn't doing well in graduation.

She broke up with me because, according to her, she wasn't able to feel anything because of life events. Her father was with cancer, grandfather hospitalized for the same reason, mother with a deep depression and her 12 year old dog died during this period. In some moments at the end of our relationship I couldn't be so understanding, because I was also in a bad way. At other times I was very understanding. I remember that one day we went to the beach, one of our favorite roles, I started to tell her a story about my life and she just cried, a very sincere cry, because she couldn't feel anything and was very afraid that we wouldn't reconnect. I told her that we had something beautiful and that it was a phase, we would reconnect and go through this moment together. We went home soon after and she continued talking normally, apologized for being rude, which I don't think she was.

She also asked for some time off, by message, which made me feel really bad. The next day I asked her to call me and we talked. I felt really bad that she wanted a break during our vacation period, where, also she was going to travel to see a friend and then spend a week in a course. We had always been very open to trips and alone time like this, and I also trusted her enough to know that she wouldn't be with someone else. Two hours after our conversation, she texted me saying she doesn't want to distance herself from me and doesn't know what's going on with her. We got back together.

On the day she went on a trip, she dropped by my house to leave a book with me. It was the day after we went to the beach. She didn't get out of the car and I figured she didn't want to kiss me. She asked me where my kiss was and I said the phrase that I regret the most, "I never know when you want to kiss me". I apologized later and she said it was ok.

She went to her appointments and during this period her puppy got sick, which made her come back earlier. We went out to eat and she decided to break up, because she saw me and felt nothing. She said that she left home without having made this decision, but that she really needed to be alone and that the events had affected everything in her life, but especially our relationship. She said that I was her first love and that I had many good things to say about our relationship and about me, that she still loved me, but that she couldn't feel that now and that it wasn't fair to me to hold me back without knowing if someday she would be able to feel something again. She also said that she didn't see our story ending right now, that we would still meet again.

Before this event, she said "I don't want to scare you, but I really see myself with you" and her feelings, the emotional block, happened after she was discharged from the psychiatrist.

I would text her every 14 days to see how things were going, because I was always worried about her. She became active again on social networks, posting stories going out with her friends, which in a way did me good and bad. It was good to see that she was happy, but at the same time it hurt me to see her and know that I'm not part of her life anymore.

29 days ago she sent me a message "just checking in to see how you are" I replied and all the feelings for her came to surface. A week later I saw her traveling, and on that same day, it was the graduation of some friends. I drank and texted lol saying that I still liked her, that my feelings hadn't changed and if we could meet, I also asked about her psychiatrist. She said it wasn't healthy for us to see each other for now and she didn't want to talk about the appointment with me, before, even after the break up, she did. After that we never talked again (it's been only a week).

Last week we went to the same graduation, we saw each other, but we didn't talk. Her friends looked at me and left. We exchanged a glance when I went to the bathroom and she was leaving and that was it. Before, she always said hello to me.

Our relationship was wonderful, I always got along well with her, family and friends.

I know that somehow, life will still unite us, but at the moment things are complicated.
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2023.03.30 18:53 Alternative-Stay2777 Like gabe even knows how to change the oil, nonetheless fit under the car.

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2023.03.30 18:53 MatsonW Too lazy to get out of my car.

I don’t know if this is just a me thing, but whenever I get home and park my car in the garage I will just sit in the car for ages on my phone because it feels like a hassle to get out of the car and go into the house lol. I’m just so comfortable in my car and just stay in it for 20 minutes to an hour 😭😂.
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2023.03.30 18:53 Ultima8Um Manual Slope setting for laser level

Could use some advice about whether a laser level such as the Topcon RL-H5A can be used manually for rough residential road grading with up to 14% grades. The planned road is 1400’ and drops 80’ in elevation with several 35’ radius turns. The Topcon manual says it can auto level and slope adjust up to 5 deg but that’s too little. But I’m thinking I can turn auto-levelling off and establish 3 fixed points and adjust the plane of the laser once each day and then check elevations along straight sections as needed. Any reason why a 3-point manual calibration for a laser level might not work?
I realize not having auto level is a risk, but working alone I can be pretty confident that the level will remain untouched. The RL-H5A is <$1000 so reasonably priced for my needs and I can use it in auto level mode for other projects like house/shop building and landscape.
I’m a DIYer, this project is in texas hill country, I’ll be running the excavator myself probably without any helpers most of the time, and expect I’ll need to regularly check elevations to avoid gradual bumps or dips in straight sections. I used a Smart Level (electronic water level) to set up pins at every 5’ of elevation drop, and after dropping 80’ I’m pretty close (<6” elevation) compared to the surveyor stakes.
The road was laid out by civil engineer and surveyors staked centerline and uppelower road edge at all key transitions (start/end/mid of radii and changes in direction).
I did rent a trimble R2 for a few days but because of tree cover found the elevations weren’t anywhere accurate enough, and way too slow for checking progress.
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2023.03.30 18:52 Otter_Apocalypse Who is behind the murders?

So the king is murdered aboard the HMS Rendower along with the entire crew. I think only the Takarans or Kians have the resources to pull this off and I doubt it was the Kians because the king was aligned with them already and a civil war is not to their benefit given that but I assume it could be possible if they plan on invading Tierra. Still, the Takarans seem to me like the most likely culprits as it strengthens the duke of Wulfram’s faction.
Now the murder of the duke’s family seems trickier to me. On one hand the Takarans benefit if they intended on pushing Tierra into civil war but the Kians may have the same goal and it could have been an attempt to murder Wulfram and supress his faction while strengthening the Kian aligned crown. Still, it is said that whoever started the fires had great knowledge of the manor which would be more difficult to obtain for both.
Now the queen is also a suspect, she had said knowledge and she had to break the status quo somehow because the crown was running Tierra with house Rendower funds and these were limited, so if no budget passed the cortes she would have to give in to Wulfram. She could have tried to murder Wulfram or simply chose to murder his family to push him into rebellion, but she was friends with the duchess. Still I don’t think that would keep her from doing it since she appears to be ruthless and we already know that Royal Intelligence is capable of anything.
Does anyone have any thoughts or insights here?
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2023.03.30 18:52 Few_Lengthiness_4892 feels like my life is useless and over

last summer I started to have really bad death anxiety and started to deal with depersonalization. Pretty sure all this is what caused my agoraphobia. for the past 6- 7 months i’ve only left my house a handful of times. I have been gaining weight recently and I don’t know what to do. at the end of January I weighted myself for the first time in a while. Well now i’m about 8 pounds more than I was then. I’ve gained about 15 pounds in the last I don’t even know how many months. I’m worried that it’s something serious and I can’t go to the doctor because of my agoraphobia. I feel so worthless. I cant do anything I used to. I was already so insecure about my weight and hated myself and now it’s even worse i’ve out so much weight on. I have no motivation. I’m never happy, I have no energy. i’m scared that whatever is wrong is going to kill me. but yet I also feel numb emotionally. it’s like i feel nothing anymore. I don’t feel like me. I hate myself so much for doing this to myself. I just want to curl up into a ball and never get out of it.
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2023.03.30 18:52 chutzpahX Garage Door Clearance for 2023 Sienna with roof rails

I am waiting for a XLE AWD with roof rails and need to get my garage door replaced. What height should I plan for a XLE with roof rails?
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2023.03.30 18:52 Formal-Mud-990 For what it's worth this is the proof for later when some try to say I didn't try

Misinform comes in all shapes and sizes. To all degrees and extents. In ever form and fashion's conceivable. Only as limited as the limitless stretch of human imagination. I strongly encourage to do google checks on any and indeed all if you can manage the parts of this you don't understand or believe to be correct. I challenge you to prove it wrong with reliable and trustworthy sources. If I am wrong then you proved it. An only time was lost. If I'm right . Then it is your future loved ones who are yet to be born that are lost. If that seems worth checking into then I say do it.
As a life long Minnesota home grown individual. I tend to believe as a whole MN is better . Better then those who will blindly follow without doing the due diligence of staying the course when necessary and going around when need arise. Maybe I'm wrong there too huh?
Earl Miller along with alot of original top level of various positions like head of marketing, the guy who made the thumbs up like icon on face book is a specific example for instance, all agree on attention grabbing tactics being used to work for the interest of someone rich. Misinformation comes in all shapes and sizes. all Forms and fashions. To all conceivable degrees and extents. As countless and limitless as the ppls own personal perspectives allows them. It can be on purpose on accident. For fun for harm and even just for the fuck of it. This is a problem for us all that can only get worse the longer it goes unaddressed. Trickle down economics: Reaganomics as it's sometimes referred to as. The only responsibility of the corporation is that of the fiduciary responsibility to it's stock holders even at the expense of the stake holders, at the expense of the environment, and community. this is not the solution it is in fact the problem. It is the reason for 90% of the suffering by the 99% less rich then the top 1% of wealth holders. If I create money in my home it is considered bad counterfeit and illegal. When businesses do this with no money it is called " cooking the books" Also illegal. When private and commercial banks do it it is legal, and when you continue to allow fraud to remain legalized it creates a lot of problems that can have nothing done against them. In 1971 Nixon takes America off the gold standard system replaced with the FIAT system. Fiat is Latin for let it be so by the way. Only governments can make a Fiat currency. And only banks can create by lending. Central banks lend to investment banks , who lend to commercial banks,who lend to top corporations who go to giant govt contractors who then finally lend to borrowers. It was in 1932 that the glass steagall act was passed to help oppose this. Yet in 1999 treasury's Secretary at the time Larry summers as well as his predecessor Robert Rubin repealed this glass steagall act. Then congressman Hank Paulson more or less said if you don't bail is banks out for letting this problem occur via these methods ever citizens bank account emptys and they revolt and you lose so do what you got to make it borrow it whatever we need a 700 billion dollar bail out now. This is how along with Allen Greenspan's timely encouraging you get inflation and insurance causing subprime housing crises. The FED is the lobbyist for the commercial banking system. Plutocracy is government by the rich. Goldman Sachs uses money to buy influence in Congress to pass laws to make it easier to make money on wall street to buy more influence in of the most influential investment banks of the world in Sept 2008, just about one month before the stock market crashed conveniently changed it's banking status from investment to commercial,this made it eligible for state protection. It was in ancient Greece that Pluto stated it should never be more then six to one ratio in financial pay between the highest and lowest paid position. It wasn't until 1923 that J.P Morgan said it was actually 20:1 as optimal difference. I'm sure him being a banker is just coincidence. Now just 100 years later it is sometimes 500:1 even 1000:1 and when the income inequality is in a ratio of 500 to 1 the whole concept of living may as well be between two different species. The difference in economy ideals the ways of living all together. The ranges of disparity is in entirely different brackets. One never seeing even the best of the worst of the other in any circumstances. There can be no sense of community's if there is no common ground on which to live next to one another. It takes good communities to raise good kids teaching them in good schools without biases and agendas other then that of allowing the next generation to be the most capable and competent when the time comes to pass the torch as no one can hold it up forever no matter how strong it must be passed. Human beings right now at this moment are acting to accelerate if not make it a certainty the lives of our grandchildren will be worsening. More world wide famine disease and war. All creating more death . We all follow suit unquestionably due to the slavery of greed stemmed from this income inequalities. We do this even though we all love our grand kids when over a time any system is built to create laws for legalization and moral codes for the justifying these walks of life. We do I think deserve to be walked on by them. For if that is not so then it is equally as not so possible for us to rise together for the future of mankind. Truly then and only then will the systemic changes necessary for elimination of the evils allowing this way of life. The American declaration of independence states the following in it's article 11 but for those saying I take what I want out of context to suit my own ends...yes that is correct. I would encourage all to go when able and read the thing in it's entirety to see the context for themselves. --" All experience has shown that mankind is more disposed to suffer- Whilst evils are sufferable- then to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed."-- American declaration of independence --"God made all men equal and gave them the rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit to happiness. That to secure these rights governments are instituted amongst men deriving there just powers from the consent of governed. That when any form of government becomes destructive of these ends. It is the rights of the people,it is the duty, to alter or abolish it and institute new guards for there future security."-- George Washington (1796) - In his farewell address, President Washington discussed the dangers of political factions and foreign entanglements. He warned that excessive partisanship and international alliances could undermine the unity and independence of the country. Washington's concerns reflected the challenges facing the young nation as it sought to establish a stable and democratic government, while also dealing with powerful European powers and internal divisions.In his farewell address in 1796, President George Washington warned of the dangers of political parties and foreign entanglements, and called on Americans to preserve unity and avoid division.
Andrew Johnson (1869) - In his farewell address, President Johnson discussed the importance of constitutional government and the rule of law, and warned against the dangers of corruption and abuse of power. Johnson's presidency had been marked by conflict with Congress and controversy over his approach to Reconstruction following the Civil War. His farewell address reflected his belief in the importance of preserving democratic institutions and norms, and avoiding abuses of power. In his farewell address in 1869, President Andrew Johnson discussed the importance of constitutional government and the rule of law, and warned against the dangers of corruption and abuse of power.
William Howard Taft (1913) - In his farewell address, President Taft discussed the importance of international peace and cooperation, and called for greater emphasis on diplomacy and mediation in resolving conflicts. Taft had been involved in international affairs throughout his presidency, and had worked to promote international arbitration and disarmament. His farewell address reflected his belief in the need for greater cooperation and dialogue between nations, and his concern that the world was becoming more divided and dangerous. In his farewell address in 1913, President William Howard Taft discussed the importance of international peace and cooperation, and called for greater emphasis on diplomacy and mediation in resolving conflicts.
Herbert Hoover (1933) - In his farewell address, President Hoover discussed the challenges of the Great Depression, and called on Americans to work together to address economic and social problems. Hoover had been widely criticized for his handling of the Depression, and had faced growing calls for government intervention in the economy. His farewell address reflected his belief in the importance of self-reliance and individual initiative, but also acknowledged the need for collective action and government assistance in times of crisis.In his farewell address in 1933, President Herbert Hoover discussed the challenges of the Great Depression, and called on Americans to work together to address economic and social problems.
Lyndon B. Johnson (1969) - In his farewell address, President Johnson spoke about the need for continued progress on issues like civil rights and poverty, and called on Americans to remain committed to the values of justice and equality. Johnson's presidency had been marked by significant progress on issues like civil rights and social welfare, but had also been marred by the Vietnam War and growing social and political divisions. His farewell address reflected his belief in the importance of continued social and political progress, and his hope that the country could overcome its divisions and work together for a better future.In his farewell address in 1969, President Lyndon B. Johnson spoke about the need for continued progress on issues like civil rights and poverty, and called on Americans to remain committed to the values of justice and equality.
Franklin D. Roosevelt (1938) - In his "Message to Congress on Curbing Monopolies," President Roosevelt was responding to a growing concern among Americans about the power of big business and monopolies. During the Great Depression, many people felt that corporations were exploiting workers and consumers, and that the government needed to step in to protect the interests of the people. Roosevelt's speech called for stronger government regulation of the economy, including antitrust laws to break up monopolies and promote competition. Roosevelt argued that a fair and just society required strong government intervention to prevent abuses by powerful economic interests.
Harry S. Truman (1951) - In his "Labor Day Address," President Truman was responding to concerns among workers about the state of the American economy. Truman argued that the government had a responsibility to protect workers' rights and freedoms, and to ensure that the economy worked for everyone, not just the wealthy. Truman called for stronger government regulation of the economy to prevent abuses by employers and corporations, and to promote fair wages and working conditions for workers. Truman's speech reflected a growing concern among Americans about economic inequality and the need for government intervention to promote social justice.
Lyndon B. Johnson (1965) - In his "Special Message to the Congress: The Quality of American Life," President Johnson was responding to a range of social problems facing the country, including poverty, discrimination, and environmental degradation. Johnson argued that government had a crucial role to play in addressing these issues, and that unwarranted influence by special interests was a threat to American democracy. Johnson called for stronger government action to promote social justice and environmental protection, including new laws to protect civil rights and preserve natural resources. Johnson's speech reflected a growing concern among Americans about the need for government intervention to address social and environmental problems.
Richard Nixon (1971) - In his "Message to the Congress on Reorganization of the Executive Branch," President Nixon was responding to concerns among conservatives about the size and power of the federal government. Nixon argued that excessive bureaucracy and regulation were stifling economic growth and innovation, and that government needed to be streamlined and made more efficient. Nixon's speech called for a reorganization of the executive branch of government to make it more effective and responsive to the needs of the American people. Nixon's speech reflected a growing concern among conservatives about the need to reduce the size and power of government
Bill Clinton (1993) - In his "Address to the Nation on Health Care Reform," President Clinton was responding to concerns among Americans about the high cost and limited access to health care. Clinton argued that the government had a responsibility to ensure access to affordable health care for all Americans, and that the current system was subject to unwarranted influence by special interests. Clinton's speech called for comprehensive health care reform, including new regulations to control costs and expand coverage. Clinton's speech reflected a growing concern among Americans about the need for government intervention to address the problems in the health care system.
John F. Kennedy (1961) - In his inaugural address, President Kennedy famously called on Americans to "ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." Kennedy's speech reflected his belief in the importance of civic responsibility and public service, and his hope that Americans would be willing to work together to address the challenges facing the country.
Jimmy Carter (1979) - In his "Crisis of Confidence" speech, President Carter discussed the need for Americans to confront the energy crisis, and to work together to build a more sustainable and equitable society. Carter's speech reflected his concern that the country was losing its sense of purpose and direction, and his belief in the importance of public engagement and citizen involvement.
Barack Obama (2009) - In his inaugural address, President Obama discussed the need for a new era of responsibility and citizenship, and called on Americans to work together to overcome the challenges facing the country. Obama's speech reflected his belief in the importance of community and shared sacrifice, and his hope that Americans would be willing to come together to address issues like climate change, healthcare, and economic inequality.
Donald Trump (2021) - In his farewell address, President Trump discussed his accomplishments as president, and called on Americans to continue to support his agenda and vision for the country. Trump's speech reflected his belief in the importance of strong borders, economic growth, and America-first policies, and his hope that his supporters would remain committed to these values in the years to come
Dwight D. Eisenhower (1961) - In his farewell address, President Eisenhower warned of the dangers of the military-industrial complex, and called on Americans to remain vigilant in protecting democratic values and institutions. Eisenhower had served as a general in World War II before becoming president, and had witnessed firsthand the growth of the military and defense industries during his time in office. His farewell address reflected his concern that the power of these industries could threaten the stability and security of the country, and his belief in the importance of maintaining a balance between military preparedness and civilian control.
Richard Nixon (1974) - In his resignation speech, President Nixon discussed the need for national healing and reconciliation following the Watergate scandal and his resignation from office. Nixon's presidency had been marked by significant achievements in foreign policy and domestic issues, but had also been marred by corruption and abuse of power. His resignation speech reflected his recognition of the damage done to the country by the Watergate scandal, and his hope that the country could move past it and focus on the future.
Ronald Reagan (1989) - In his farewell address, President Reagan discussed the importance of individual freedom and limited government, and called on Americans to remain committed to these values. Reagan's presidency had been marked by a conservative shift in American politics, and he had championed policies like tax cuts, deregulation, and increased military spending. His farewell address reflected his belief in the importance of these policies in promoting economic growth and national security, and his hope that they would continue to guide American policy in the future.
In his 1936 State of the Union address, President Franklin D. Roosevelt expressed concern about the increasing concentration of economic power in the hands of a few large corporations and wealthy individuals. He argued that the government had a responsibility to protect the rights of workers and consumers and to promote competition and economic opportunity for all Americans.
In his 1961 farewell address, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned of the potential dangers of the close relationship between the military and the defense industry. He believed that this could lead to the creation of a powerful military-industrial complex that would distort national priorities and threaten individual liberties.
President Jimmy Carter's 1979 speech on the energy crisis reflected his concern that excessive government regulation was hindering the development of alternative energy sources and impeding economic growth. He called for a more balanced approach to energy policy that would promote conservation, innovation, and private investment.
In his 1981 inaugural address, President Ronald Reagan expressed his belief that government had become too large and too intrusive, and that excessive regulation was stifling economic growth and individual freedom. He advocated for a smaller, more limited government that would give individuals and businesses more control over their own lives.
In his 1992 State of the Union address, President George H.W. Bush was responding to concerns that government regulations were placing an undue burden on businesses and impeding economic growth. He called for a "regulatory bill of rights" that would give citizens and businesses greater protection against unnecessary government interference.
In his 2000 State of the Union address, President Bill Clinton called for a renewed focus on economic growth and innovation, emphasizing the importance of investing in education, research and development, and technology. He also highlighted the need for greater economic opportunity for all Americans.
In his 2008 campaign speech on the economy, then-Senator Barack Obama called for a more balanced approach to economic policy that would address growing income inequality, promote job growth, and provide greater support for the middle class.
In his 2011 State of the Union address, President Barack Obama emphasized the need to invest in education, innovation, and infrastructure in order to promote long-term economic growth. He also called for greater cooperation between government and business to create jobs and spur economic development. In his 1936 State of the Union address, President Franklin D. Roosevelt was responding to the increasing concentration of economic power in the hands of a few large corporations and wealthy individuals, which he saw as a threat to American democracy. He argued that the government had a responsibility to protect the rights of workers and consumers and to promote competition and economic opportunity for all Americans.
In his 1961 farewell address, President Dwight D. Eisenhower was warning of the potential dangers of the close relationship between the military and the defense industry, which he believed could lead to the creation of a powerful military-industrial complex that would distort national priorities and threaten individual liberties.
President Jimmy Carter's 1979 speech on the energy crisis reflected his concern that excessive government regulation was hindering the development of alternative energy sources and impeding economic growth. He called for a more balanced approach to energy policy that would promote conservation, innovation, and private investment.
In his 1981 inaugural address, President Ronald Reagan expressed his belief that government had become too large and too intrusive, and that excessive regulation was stifling economic growth and individual freedom. He advocated for a smaller, more limited government that would give individuals and businesses more control over their own lives.
In his 1992 State of the Union address, President George H.W. Bush was responding to concerns that government regulations were placing an undue burden on businesses and impeding economic growth. He called for a "regulatory bill of rights" that would give citizens and businesses greater protection against unnecessary government interference.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in his 1936 State of the Union address, warned against the dangers of "economic royalists" who sought to control the government and manipulate the economy for their own benefit.
In his 1961 farewell address, President Dwight D. Eisenhower famously warned of the "military-industrial complex," cautioning against the undue influence of the military-industrial complex on American foreign policy and domestic affairs.
President Jimmy Carter, in a 1979 address on the energy crisis, criticized the "excessive growth in government bureaucracy" and called for a reevaluation of regulations that were hampering the development of alternative energy sources.
President Ronald Reagan, in his 1981 inaugural address, declared that "government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem," expressing his belief in the importance of reducing government regulations and increasing individual freedoms.
In his 1992 State of the Union address, President George H.W. Bush called for a "regulatory bill of rights" to protect citizens from overzealous regulators and bureaucratic red tape.
These examples demonstrate the range of concerns and challenges facing presidents as they leave office, and the importance of reflecting on these issues in farewell addresses. They also show how these addresses can be used to call attention to important issues and values, and to set the tone for future national debates and policies. Eariguardless of your side or preference.for perceived better or worse. In this there is togetherness that is truly American at heart.
Systemic Changes During Economic Downturns:
Increase in unemployment rates Decrease in consumer spending Increase in government spending on social welfare programs Decrease in government tax revenues Decrease in corporate profits Increase in business bankruptcies and closures Increase in foreclosure rates and home price declines Decrease in GDP growth Increase in government debt levels Increase in poverty rates Increase in income inequality Controversial policy's passing congress during economic downturns:
Economic stimulus packages Unemployment benefit extensions Bailouts for specific industries Changes to tax policy Changes to regulations on financial institutions Infrastructure spending Presidential remarks during economic downturns:
Calls for bipartisan cooperation to address the economic crisis Promises to create jobs and stimulate economic growth Urges for increased government spending on social welfare programs Proposals for tax cuts or other measures to spur economic activity Systemic Changes During Economic Upswings:
Decrease in unemployment rates Increase in consumer spending Increase in government tax revenues Increase in corporate profits Decrease in business bankruptcies and closures Increase in home prices and decreases in foreclosure rates Increase in GDP growth Decrease in government debt levels Decrease in poverty rates Decrease in income inequality Controversial policy's passing congress during economic upswings:
Tax cuts Deregulation of industries Changes to government spending priorities Infrastructure spending Presidential remarks during economic upswings:
Claims credit for economic growth and job creation Proposes tax cuts or other measures to continue economic growth Promises to maintain fiscal responsibility and decrease government debt levels Many of these systemic changes have persisted from their time of origin to present day, although the specifics may vary depending on the time period and the context. For example, government spending on social welfare programs tends to increase during economic downturns and decrease during economic upswings, but the specific programs and amounts of funding may change over time. Similarly, tax policy changes and deregulation can have long-lasting impacts on the economy, but the specific policies and their effects will depend on the political and economic context. Other systemic changes, such as changes in unemployment rates, GDP growth, and income inequality, may be more cyclical and subject to fluctuations over time. However, even these changes can be influenced by long-term factors such as technological innovation, demographic shifts, and globalization. George Washington, who warned against the dangers of political factions and the concentration of power in his farewell address. Abraham Lincoln, who famously described democracy as "government of the people, by the people, for the people" in his Gettysburg Address. Franklin D. Roosevelt, who championed the New Deal as a way to restore economic power to ordinary Americans and protect them against the excesses of the wealthy and powerful. Lyndon B. Johnson, who declared a "war on poverty" and passed legislation like the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act to promote greater equality and fairness in society. Barack Obama, who frequently spoke out against income inequality and the influence of big money in politics, and who warned of the dangers of authoritarianism and polarization in his farewell address. Dwight D. Eisenhower, who warned against the dangers of the military-industrial complex and emphasized the need for balance between national security and civil liberties. Ronald Reagan, who championed conservative principles such as free market capitalism and individual liberty, but who also spoke out against government corruption and waste, and who signed into law the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, which granted amnesty to millions of undocumented immigrants George H.W. Bush, who championed a "kinder, gentler" conservatism and who signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibited discrimination against individuals with disabilities
Gerald Ford, who emphasized the need for transparency and accountability in government and who sought to heal divisions in the wake of the Watergate scandal Richard Nixon, who championed conservative policies such as law and order and the war on drugs, but who also signed into law important environmental and workplace safety legislation, and who famously declared in his second inaugural address that "we cannot learn from one another until we stop shouting at one another" John Quincy Adams, who spoke out against slavery and who called for greater investment in education and science, and who famously declared that "if your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader." James Madison, who helped draft the U.S. Constitution and who championed principles such as federalism and separation of powers, and who famously declared in Federalist No. 10 that a well-constructed government can control the effects of factions and prevent them from undermining democracy. Thomas Jefferson, who championed democratic principles such as individual liberty, religious freedom, and popular sovereignty, and who famously declared in the Declaration of Independence that "all men are created equal."
Andrew Jackson, who championed the interests of the common man and who fought against the power of entrenched elites, but who also faced criticism for his treatment of Native Americans and his expansion of executive power Franklin Pierce, who emphasized the importance of compromise and reconciliation in the face of political divisions, but who also faced criticism for his support of pro-slavery policies and his handling of the issue of states' rights James K. Polk, who presided over a period of territorial expansion and economic growth, but who also faced criticism for his aggressive foreign policy and his handling of the issue of slavery in the territories James Monroe, who championed the principles of nationalism and self-determination, and who famously declared in his Monroe Doctrine that the United States would not tolerate European interference in the affairs of the Western Hemisphere John Adams, who helped draft the Declaration of Independence and who emphasized the importance of civic virtue and education in maintaining a healthy democracy, but who also faced criticism for his handling of the issue of free speech during the Alien and Sedition Acts. Again, as we go further back in history, the language and context of presidential speeches may differ from what we are accustomed to today, but many of the underlying principles and ideals remain relevant and important.
Martin Van Buren, who championed the principles of limited government and individual liberty, and who emphasized the importance of protecting the rights of minorities and marginalized groups William Henry Harrison, who emphasized the importance of public service and civic responsibility, and who called for greater investment in infrastructure and public works projects James Buchanan, who emphasized the importance of preserving the Union and upholding the Constitution, but who also faced criticism for his handling of the issue of slavery and his failure to prevent the outbreak of the Civil War Millard Fillmore, who championed the principles of free trade and religious tolerance, and who signed into law the Compromise of 1850, which sought to resolve the issue of slavery in the territories Zachary Taylor, who emphasized the importance of national unity and the preservation of the Union, and who faced criticism for his handling of the issue of states' rights and his failure to prevent the outbreak of the Civil War.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, who championed the principles of social justice and economic equality, and who led the country through the Great Depression and World War II, and who famously declared in his first inaugural address that "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself" Harry S. Truman, who emphasized the importance of international cooperation and who oversaw the establishment of the United Nations and the Marshall Plan, but who also faced criticism for his handling of the issue of civil rights and his decision to drop atomic bombs on Japan Dwight D. Eisenhower, who championed the principles of national security and economic growth, and who oversaw the construction of the interstate highway system and the launch of the space race, but who also faced criticism for his handling of the issue of civil rights and his reluctance to push for greater social and economic reforms John F. Kennedy, who emphasized the importance of civil rights and social justice, and who led the country through the Cuban Missile Crisis and the early years of the Cold War, but who also faced criticism for his handling of the Bay of Pigs invasion and his personal life and character Lyndon B. Johnson, who championed the principles of civil rights and social welfare, and who oversaw the passage of important legislation such as the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act, but who also faced criticism for his handling of the Vietnam War and his expansion of the federal government's role in domestic affairs. Again, these examples span a wide range of historical eras and political contexts, but they all demonstrate the ways in which presidential speeches and policies can have a lasting impact on American society and its political and economic systems.
On how Presidential speeches and policies can have a significant impact on American society id point to the following.
Presidential speeches can inspire and mobilize the public to support certain policy initiatives or social movements. For instance, Franklin D. Roosevelt's famous Fireside Chats during the Great Depression helped to restore confidence in the government and laid the groundwork for the New Deal, while John F. Kennedy's call to "ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country" inspired a generation of Americans to volunteer and engage in public service.
Presidential policies can have far-reaching effects on the economy, including on employment, wages, and the distribution of wealth. For example, Ronald Reagan's policies of deregulation and tax cuts in the 1980s helped to stimulate economic growth and job creation, but also led to rising income inequality and a decline in union membership. Similarly, Barack Obama's stimulus package and health care reform efforts in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis helped to stabilize the economy and expand access to health care, but also faced criticism for their cost and potential long-term effects.
Presidential speeches and policies can also shape the country's political and social structures, including issues such as civil rights, immigration, and foreign policy. For example, Lyndon B. Johnson's support for the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act helped to dismantle legal segregation and expand voting rights for African Americans, while Donald Trump's policies on immigration and trade reshaped the country's relationship with its neighbors and with the world.
And while arguably at worst and debatable at best I'd summarize it by way of how It's difficult to quantify exactly how many presidential speeches and policies have lasting effects to the present day, as the impact of a given speech or policy can depend on a wide range of factors, including historical context, political opposition, and implementation challenges. However, it's safe to say that many of the examples we've discussed earlier in this conversation have had a significant and lasting impact on American society and its political and economic structures. For instance:
The New Deal programs and reforms initiated by Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Great Depression continue to shape the country's social safety net and regulatory framework, with programs like Social Security and the National Labor Relations Act still in place today.
The civil rights legislation passed during the 1960s, including the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act, helped to dismantle legal segregation and expand voting rights for African Americans, although issues of racial inequality and discrimination persist to this day.
The deregulation and tax cuts implemented during the Reagan era continue to shape the country's economic policies and debates, with questions about the role of government in the economy and the distribution of wealth remaining hotly contested.
The health care reform efforts of the Obama administration, including the Affordable Care Act, have had a lasting impact on the country's health care system and access to care, although challenges to its implementation and ongoing political opposition continue to shape the debate.
These are just a few examples, but they demonstrate how presidential speeches and policies can have a lasting impact on American society and its political and economic structures.
The Marshall Plan, proposed by Harry Truman in 1947, helped to rebuild Europe after World War II and cemented the United States' role as a global superpower.
The War on Poverty and Great Society programs, initiated by Lyndon B. Johnson in the 1960s, helped to reduce poverty and expand access to education and health care for millions of Americans, although issues of poverty and inequality remain a challenge today.
The Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act, passed under Richard Nixon in the 1970s, helped to protect the environment and improve public health, although debates over environmental regulation and climate change continue to be major issues today.
The Americans with Disabilities Act, signed into law by George H.W. Bush in 1990, helped to expand access and opportunities for people with disabilities, although challenges to implementation and ongoing debates over disability rights and accommodations remain.
1987 CDC knew how and who aids would most likely effect and harm. Instead of being helpful and precise a fear campaign was launched. " Aids will explode into the hetero sexual community." , So instead a lot of in reality not even needed but now clogging the lines for those who do from being tested, Was said on commercials to the public at large. Just like covid is not Russian roulette, and of course technically anything can kill anyone or anything else at any time, yea sure it's not wrong. That is the just the law of the universe and as such it applies at all times to all things regardless of gender , race economic status , or personal preference of the plethora of human enjoyments practiced throughout the ages. As of may 2021 according to the CDC 75% of covid deaths are 65 years or older in America. 98-99% of those are unvaccinated.
So if if your 65 years old or older and not vaccinated don't go crowd surfing at a concert or you will probably be a goner.
The easy said an not implemented as easy as said I get that but none the less a fact for it Solution here is simply put help the most vulnerable after discovery of who that is and how to do so. Not to panic into a pandemic Robbing kids of education and sanity via stupid ,pointless , unhelpful, horrible means. Just to parade them around like masked bandits is both as ironic as it is ignorant. And what the whole world was doing not so long ago.when the same people in private health care, who are the very ones always saying to go get a second opinion, want to allow only one in the public debate you have problems. Problems including but not limited too Countless prescriptions labeled effective, safe , now giving out lawsuits for those who took them.
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2023.03.30 18:51 Acrobatic_Solution_5 AITA for hating the car my mom bought me?

before i (f19) got my car, i shared a car with my parents. both my mom and my dad have their own cars, my dad’s being 10 years old (a honda sedan) but still in great condition, and my mom’s being around 3-4 years old (a kia suv). i learned to drive with both of those cars and i loved them, and planned on saving for something similar. i was told i was going to end up with my dad’s car, and i was more than happy.
however, my parents were both asking me questions about what kind of car i would want. i told them i didn’t need anything expensive, nothing brand new, just a small suv, either black or white, as long as it had apple carplay. i love both kias and hondas, but i love subarus too, and those cars are very inexpensive but still safe and great quality, especially because i have experience driving them. i graduated high school last summer on the national honors society and the high honor roll, and when my parents asked me what i wanted, i asked for either an ipad with an apple pencil or a macbook for school. instead, to my surprise, they gifted me a brand new car.
i was more than happy and grateful to receive one, however, it was not what i imagined them getting. my car is very small. even for me, it’s very cramped. if you put at least 3 people in it, it’s basically on the floor. there’s some features missing that makes it a little inconvenient for me, but nothing too annoying. however, my car is bright yellow. it looks like those fisher price cars. and while color shouldn’t matter, i must mention i’m goth, so you can see the aesthetic differences there, and a small, 19-year-old girl. everytime i get in it, especially at night, i worry i’ll be an easy target to be followed or stalked.
my mom loves my car. she picked it out and she always says how much she loves the color. my dad hates everything about it, and when they went shopping for it, he even told her not to get it because he knew i wouldn’t like it. i get a lot of compliments on it, but it doesn’t feel like mine. for months i’ve been lying to my mom about loving my car. i don’t want to hurt her feelings because she didn’t have to buy me a new car, but it isn’t what i was looking for at all.
i feel a little upset because i gave her some specifics, and she completely went against them. i didn’t ask for anything luxury, and i put a smile on my face and thanked her and my dad very deeply when i was gifted it. i’m still lying to her about loving it, but my dad knows the truth because he hates it, too. right now, i’m saving to get my own car, under my own name, and something i’m actually looking for and something i’ll love.
i feel awful, but this isn’t the first time my mom has completely gone the opposite direction of what i want because she likes it. she’s fine with my style choices, and while i’m very grateful for my car, it’s more of a symbol for my mom’s constant history of ignoring my tastes to get something she would like instead. AITA?
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2023.03.30 18:51 KregoryHaus Wanted To Share A Win

I started out around 370lb and was trying to lose weight months ago, I had a consistent weight lifting routine and I was eating around 2500 calories a day. I eventually got down to 365lb but then I plateaued, I couldn't figure out what was going wrong, I fell into a spiral and I eventually gave up trying. I got back to 368lb before this latest push to finally leave the 300 club.
My last attempt I was allowing myself to eat fast food consistently still and while I was on paper under my calories I think other factors surrounding that type of food really hindered my progress. I started last Monday by completely reshaping my groceries and prepped meals based around chicken and vegetables and I've been feeling pretty great since. In the gym I decided to just find one consistent thing I could do and I landed on a HIIT cardio routine, you walk 5 mins then alternate between 30 second sprints and 1 minute walks until you complete 10 sprints. When I first did it last Tuesday the 21st I got through 3 sprints before I had to tap out. I decided to do it every other day since it puts a lot of strain on me but as of yesterday even with the soreness from a mile of walking I did the day before I was able to complete 6 sprints.
I'm feeling the progress my body is making, my back has basically stopped hurting while walking, I'm not getting as winded, my lungs stopped burning after the routine, I stopped tasting blood and I stopped coughing after as well.
I weighed in this morning at 353lb, I've been stuck above 360 for a very long time and the lowest I've ever been since becoming an adult was 315lb but then I ballooned back up to 380 once lockdown hit. I feel like I'm making real change and I have real control over the process this time around.
My first goal is to leave the 350 club and then the next big step is to finally see a 2 in front when I stand on the scale.
I just wanted to share the experience so far with everyone, I feel better and better every day!

tl;dr: After struggling to lose weight and hitting a plateau I didn't know how to deal with I've finally made another attempt with a better plan that in the first 2 weeks has brought me from 368lb to 353lb and I'm ecstatic about it!
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