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2013.03.22 16:29 Beer In Ottawa
A place for people to discuss the Beer scene in Ottawa. Let us know about your favourite beers and where to find them. Homebrewer? Share your tips and recipes! [Hogsback Brewing Company](hogsback.ca/) [Beau’s All Natural Brewing Company](www.beaus.ca)
2015.07.13 23:38 JuniorCDC SELA - The soul of suburban sprawl
A place where all things SELA can be discussed.
2008.08.25 02:28 Thousand Oaks
Subreddit for Thousand Oaks, Ca. and the other Conejo Valley cities - Newbury Park, Westlake Village, Oak Park, and Agoura Hills, as well as the Santa Monica Mountains.
2023.03.31 18:35 hortsc Anyone know this one? Santa Cruz CA
2023.03.31 18:26 Pitiful_Material_987 Looking for critiques
2023.03.31 18:26 Academic_help2023 Where to download the graphics used for the merch?
2023.03.31 18:18 KetoKitsune HAUS-KEEPING (March going out like a lamb? I think not.)
The handy-dandy Cliff Notes version of what's been happening in our sub recently! (a collaborative effort from your moderator team, we hope you enjoy it!)
shares a moment that we are all so grateful for as well
Walking back to my part of town, bags full of treasures from this delightful store, cold brew in hand, I was in awe of the forest around me. The store and coffee shop are only 2 miles from my apartment, but the road between them is heavily treed, and gives full-on Ancient Forest sensory overwhelm. I was struck, yet again, by the fact that I live in the perfect place for me. u/Petronella17
reminding us to celebrate the little things when getting over being sick
I've progressed from PJ pants to real pants. u/Natalicious-keto
taking a moment to just be
It was one of those Funky Days where I felt like laying low and away from the world all day long. When it started to rain, I went out side on the patio and let it pour on my uplifted face and then I grabbed some Lime Blossoms and crushed them to bring out their cleansing fragrance and inhaled deeply. I wished I could just take off my robe and let the rain drench my whole body but...neighbors. It was a brief, healing, cleansing moment. Then I had to put on a new dry robe, so perhaps it was also silly. u/Jennlnz
You love to see it.
Had a great weekend. I felt more like myself than I have in a long time. No mood swings, no headache, didn't feel stressed for once. Genuinely felt...happy, I think.
New month, new goals! u/TrixieKixx
has you covered with how to keep track of your progress with the April Goals Post
. Share your goals, your game plans and support one another making April a success.
Biggest Disappointments: u/TrixieKixx
having problems diagnosing the microwave situation
We got our new microwave installed on Saturday morning! Bad news? It wasn't our microwave that was the issue. Apparently, it's the circuit or circuit breaker. Hubby is going to contact an electrician today. Fingers crossed, it's fixed soon! I didn't realize how much I relied on it every day. u/ketokate-o
with some workplace headaches
I clock back in right at 4pm to find that during these two hours I was AWOL the meeting I had set up on Friday for our team of five to meet the one new assistant controller had been forwarded and re-forwarded and re-re-forwarded and somehow now had ten additional people invited. I sent the invite directly addressed to the new assistant controller and I'm fucking baffled as to how this happened. I booked an eight person conference room thinking that would be plenty space for six. Now there are sixteen fucking people and I have no idea what they're expecting from me since all I was planning to do was talk to the new person about what our team does and how we support them. u/2boredtocare
were both had their keto trains de-railed by a danish! u/ketokitsune
has a shitty night
I went to bed I accidentally knocked over this shadow box bank thing that I use to save money for vacations. It has a glass panel that shattered all over my bedroom floor. Now its midnight, I startle wake up the boy and then Bento is freaking out because I am on the floor picking up glass shards and trying to prevent the animals from running through the carnage. I got a micro shard in my finger that hurt like a bitch. Anyways, now there is glass all over my floor (probably). I slept like crap. u/Gillyak
with a tragic garden fail
I woke up to the nasty surprise that I'd forgotten to take in my fuschias, and it froze last night. I may have lost them to my forgetful brain. I have been putting them out during the day to get them ready for spring. The poor things had ice on their leaves.
Best Advice: u/Petronella17
looking at the silver lining for those who procrastinate.
Procrastination works! By the time I got around to setting up PT, my ankle is finally healed!! u/gillyyak
promotes taking care of yourself for the better
My body positivity affirmation for today: I feel good when I take care of my mind and body. u/TrixieKixx
shares some quotes that she found motivating
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life." and "The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." I hope they resonate with you as they did with me! u/NunneyCatch
has a great point
Live life to the fullest! It's funny how when you say yes, how many other things end up wanting to agree with you!
New/Returning/Missing: WE’VE REACHED 5,894 MEMBERS!
Let’s celebrate - our community is growing in numbers and awesomeness as we reach our FOUR year anniversary!
- Birthdays: u/Gillyak celebrates CBs 1st Birthday, u/Shakatay29 is celebrating her Birthday WEEK with a staycation, u/2boredtocare celebrating DD2’s 16th birthday,
- SVs: u/gillyyak, u/shakatay29, u/Jennlnz, u/TrixieKixx,
- NSVs: u/gillyyak with another win noting her clothes fitting looser,
- Exercise Wins: u/cheryleb crushing her daily step goals, u/Jennlnx and DD getting their daily walks in,
- Health Wins: u/TrixieKixx gets good A1C results from her doctor, u/smilingaudibly gets PT sorted to help with her legs, u/Ketokate-o had a great first PT appointment,
- Life Wins: u/Natalicious-keto found out she overcontributed on her taxes and gets to spend some unexpected bonus money to splurge on her upcoming trip to Mexico, u/Shakatay29 enjoys a week long birthday staycation to do all the things AND is gifted a fancy Bruins jersey AND she has a second audition for an upcoming play, u/Cheryleb and Tony decide they want to cruise and are now going on a 15 day cruise in April, u/ketokate-o went ax throwing, u/BRC_Haus is enjoying settling into her new home, u/Petronella17 prepares for her own staycation next week with her birthday coming up,
- Random Hugs Required: Hugs for u/2-22-15 and everything she is going through with ECFH and anxiety attacks,
Question of the Week:
You guys are what makes this community great! This weekly recap is a great place to interact and get to know each other just a little bit better. Please leave your answer in the comments if you’d like to play along! Have fun with it :) What movie makes you cry? No matter what, no matter how many times you watch it. Maybe you even watch it when you need a good cry. Share!
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2023.03.31 18:16 middle_raspberry Santa Fe, NM Recommendations
My boyfriend and I are heading to Santa Fe, any recommendations on food/art/museums?
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2023.03.31 18:15 Competitive-Bat-7230 How is it possible!
2023.03.31 18:10 Holgrin How Capitalism makes policing and public policy worse - DUIs Edition
DUIs, or DWIs, (Driving Under the Influence [of alcohol] or Driving While Intoxicated) are criminal offenses in all US states, and while individual state law may vary on definition and punishment, there isn't a whole lot of variation on the basic premise: if you drive while drunk, you can be cited for that offense, and if you have any alcohol present in your system while violating other traffic laws (such as getting in an accident) that is usually going to make your citation worse, even if you are under the "legal limit" (0.08 BAC most places - this distinction is all about burden of proof, if you're interested in that).
DUIs can bring in thousands of dollars per incident: https://lao.ca.gov/Publications/Report/3322
They get over 120,000 convictions per year in California alone: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv-research-reports/research-development-data-dashboards/dui-management-information-system-dashboards/dui-summary-statistics/
That is up to about $240M in state revenue, without considering additional fines for repeat offenders.
For the state highway patrol with a $2.5B budget, that is still a significant added chunk of revenues: about 10%. So this is no small amount of money going to the various law enforcement and justice entities.
I can hear the libertarians shouting that "that's not capitalism, that's government!"
There are two ways that capitalism contributes to this. The first is by framing money and revenue as highly individualized problems: everybody has to get their own income/revenues/etc. The second is by treating literal property and land as privately-owned things, therefore making higher barriers to create better infrastructure.
Let's look at the revenue aspect.
State police departments can get money two ways: through government budgets and through taking a portion of fines or even seized assets (civil asset forfeiture, anyone?) throughout their duties. Budgets are somewhat static, and so revenue from fines feels like more of a variable input, and this incentivizes departments and individual officers (often directly through quotas) to go out and get citations. The argument for these fines and citations to begin with is that if we cite enough people, then people will stop, but do we know that DUI citations will eventually stop all DUIs? The trend is down overall, but this varies by state and things like education, infrastructure, and ride-sharing also play some role here. It's dubious to suggest that if we keep citing DUIs then eventually we'll stop them all for good.
Then there is the property aspect. In the US we are highly dependent on personal vehicles to get around, particularly in suburbs and rural areas. Creating infrastructure where people don't have to drive requires more rail, as well as designing town and city centers to better accomodate both the rail and foot traffic, which means utilizing more land for public use and spending a lot of money up front, which can be difficult politically.
If we think about how to stop DUIs, we can stop them by creating much easier ways for individuals and groups of people to get to places that serve alcohol and back to their homes without having to pay some premium for it in some way. Designated driver systems don't work well because it necessarily subjects one member of a social group to behave differently from the rest of the group, a significant social premium for drinkers, and ride sharing doesn't solve the problem because it still costs a premium relative to the expense of your own vehicle and gas. So many people roll the dice and drive after drinking and most don't get caught. Don't forget the statistics above only apply to those who drank and drove and were caught. A great many more people simply take the risk and "succeed."
Individual police could prevent far more DUIs than they currently do by parking in the lots of bars and restaurants and offering free breathalyzers and rides home. But that doesn't get them $240M a year in extra budget for their department: hiding a few miles down the road and pulling over potential drunk drivers does. This "personal responsibility" attitude that permeates our culture leads us to argue for policies which ostentibly do not work and prevents us from creating situations which we know with near certainty would dramatically improve those criteria we want to improve.
If you told me that a modern light rail network and more walkable town centers wouldn't dramatically cut down on DUIs I would stop taking you seriously.
Then of course there are other factors, like the massive influence of the private, for profit fossil fuel and personal vehicle industries. These private enterprises not only have spent and continue to spend billions on lobbying, PAC donations, and swaying public opinion, but the very presence (and ubiquitousness) of vehicles has contibuted to our approach to infrastructure for about a century. With or without any "government influence" cars and fossil fuels were going to make their mark.
In summation, we don't always police to stop the behaviors we want to stop because the financial incentives of our capitalist system make it nearly impossible to change our approach to policing, and the privatization of land, corporate profits, and personal responsibility for everything makes large projects like rail infrastructure much more difficult to implement. These factors all but ensure certain risky behaviors will continue to exist indefinitely even though it only exists due to our specific dependency on specific forms of transportation.
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2023.03.31 18:03 Hogsmeade1964 Cityscape shot from Santa Fe train depot
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2023.03.31 17:48 PritchettRobert506 [HIRING] 21 Jobs in NM Hiring Now!
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in nm. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.03.31 17:31 rrmdp 📢 Carta is hiring a Senior Software Engineer, Venture Capital!
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2023.03.31 17:27 OriginalPNWest PNWest's Rotten Restaurant Report (3/31)
Hello again gang! Hope you all had a good week. I'm tired of all of this damn snow! It's supposed to be spring. Tuesday was a mess! Regardless, life must go on and I'm back bringing you the finest and the worst that our intrepid inspectors have found in Central Oregon. Let's do it.... The BEST - These are the places that scored perfect 100s. These places are really doing a good job at keeping their kitchens clean. The places that score a perfect 100 are really going all out to do things right and they deserve your support.
Sisters Thai (mob), Sisters (3/16)
Boone Dog Pizza (mob), Sisters (3/16)
Bo's Falafel Bar (f), Bend (3/16)
Barn in Sisters (The) (f), Sisters (3/16)
Hampton Station (f), Brothers (3/16)
Eurosports, Sisters (3/16)
Sisters Thai (com), Sisters (3/16)
Northside Bar And Grill, Bend (3/15)
Tetherow Event Pavilion, Bend (3/15)
Teacupfuls (f), Bend (3/15)
Wickiup Station Sports Pub, La Pine (3/14)
Backporch Coffee Roasters (Greenwood), Bend (3/14)
Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant (Rdmd), Redmond (3/14)
The WORST SCORERS: Now comes everyone's favorite part of the report - the list of Rotten Restaurants who scored worse than 85. I don't post any place that scores 85 or above even if they were the worst inspections for a particular week. 85 is a solid B and I don't want to shame them.
Cascade Lakes at 7th Street, Redmond Score: 81 (3/14)
Honey & Pine Coffee Co Redmond (mob), Redmond Score: 83 (3/13)
If you have time on your hands and want to check out the county inspection site here's the link - https://inspections.myhealthdepartment.com/or-deschutes-county
It's a very nice community resource. Kudos to the county for making it this easy to check up on things.
Well that's all I got for now. Time to say goodbye and come up with something groovy to send you all off into the weekend with. Here goes:
See you all next week.
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2023.03.31 17:13 letsgobetaverse Gobetaverse Betting & Prediction Line UP - March 31 (43 sport events)
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