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3rd person camera bugs

2023.03.31 17:34 RunicBlood 3rd person camera bugs

3rd person camera zooms in and reset at default position and zooms in again while I'm walking with my weapon lowered. If I'm aiming in the camera pans to the left or right (whichever direction if I'm moving sideways.) and my character's legs act like there crippled. My character also acts crippled if I have my weapon raised in 3rd person.
I've tried camera mods and they don't change this behavior. I've tried cleaning button lowered weapons and the apc mod and re-installing them and it didn't help. I tried playing both with out the other it did nothing. I tried without both and nothing, those were my best guesses. I even tried re-installing the unofficial patch.
Hopefully its just something simple I'm not thinking about but I've stayed up too late trying to fix this shit
My load order:
Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch.esp
Arbitration - Resources.esm
Knockout Framework.esm
CWSS Redux.esp
Arbitration - Button Lowered Weapons.esp
Winter Redone.esp
Winter Overhaul.esp
Winter Commonwealth Pines.esp
More Armor Slots.esp
Laser Projectile Muzzle for Laser Weapons.esp
dD-Enhanced Blood Basic.esp
Sanctuary rebuild.No Shed 1.1.esp
Reverb and Ambiance Overhaul.esp
Vivid Weathers - FO4.esp
Vivid Waters.esp
Fallout 4 AI Overhaul.esp
Vertibird Faction Paint Schemes.esp
Another Sanctuary Bridge V1.2_ICC.esp
Faster Terminal Displays (20x).esp
Icepick Overhaul.esp
HK XM8.esp
HK XM8 Levelled List.esp
lovely piper replacer.esp
More Armor Slots - Automatron.esp
More Armor Slots - Far Harbor.esp
More Armor Slots - Nuka World.esp
More Armor Slots - Vault-Tec Workshop.esp
No Seeker Boulders.esp
PA-Quick Animations.esp
Realistic Death Physics - ALL DLC.esp
SS2_XDI Patch.esp
Quick Save.esp
dD - MoreBloodandBits.esp
LooksMenu Customization Compendium.esp
Vivid Weathers - FO4 - Winter.esp
Vivid Weathers - Nuka World.esp
Get Dirty extra effects v1a.esp
Tactical Flashlights.esp
Tactical Flashlights - Settings.esp
The Eyes Of Beauty.esp
Toughness Perk Redux.esp
Unique Mythic Deathclaws.esp
Unique Mythic Deadlier Deathclaws.esp
Wasteland Workshop - Unique Mythic Deathclaws Patch.esp
AnS Wearable Backpacks and Pouches.esp
AnS Wearable Backpacks and Pouches - Ballistic Weave.esp
AnS Wearable Backpacks and Pouches - Power Armor Carry Capacity.esp
GR123 West Tek Tactical Gloves.esp
Deathclaw Grab Skills.esp
Project Reality Footsteps FO4.esp
4estGimp - MFGEP_Merged.esp
4estGimp - RO1 BoT 3Pack Injection.esp
Alias - Ferals.esp
Alias - SuperMutants.esp
Alias - Synth.esp
FO4 NPCs Travel.esp
Driveable Motorcycle Mod.esp
Dogmeat and Strong Armor - Tumba Munky.esp
Winterized Gunner Replacer.esp
BH_Colt M1911.esp
Nuclear Winter.esp
Winterized Gunner Outfit Pack Nuclear Winter Patch.esp
Companion Infinite Ammo.esp
Vivid Weathers - No snow under the roof-Patch.esp
Vivid Weathers - FO4 - Far Harbor.esp
Dogmeat A True Companion Survival.esp
Dogmeat's Backpack.esp
Easier Kill XP.esp
Fallout 4 AI Overhaul - Better Goodneighbor Patch.esp
[ARRETH] FGEP SKK Feral Nights Patch.esp
Campsite - Nuclear Winter.esp
Ammo Crafting - Vanilla.esp
Ammo Crafting - DLC.esp
Winter Redone - PRP.esp
EnhancedLightsandFX - Automatron.esp
Winter Redone - ELFX.esp
Winter Redone - IE.esp
Scrap Everything - Ultimate Edition.esp
Bashed Patch, 0.esp
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2023.03.31 17:33 Soap_MacLavish MGOL, company behind the (Lionel) Messi store might be worth a look, here's why

The company is behind the Messi store. The play is quite simple. It's way oversold since going public back in january (peaked at $16). The company will ring the opening bell on the Nasdaq on tuesday next week. On that same day, they will release ER in AH. The Q4 earnings report coincides with the time period of the world cup, which Messi won and was named best player of. The whole world was watching Messi and unless this company has worse logistics than North Korea, the ER should be overwhelmingly positive.
Float is low, insider ownership is high(among owners is Tommy Hilfiger's sister), and trading volume is super low. A surge in volume around opening bell ceremony and good earnings can launch this.
There are bag holders stuck in $3-4+ range who will be looking to exit or breakeven at a much higher price than currently ($1.36)
Join, or don't. GL to all.
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2023.03.31 17:32 PsychologicalDuty587 F10 Activehybrid 5

Hello everyone one,
Hope I can someone here to help.
Got a 2012 hybrid in January and it gave up on me in march.
It gave a drive train error and has got a wooowing sound coming from the engine bay.
When I put it in D or R and step on the gas I don't get any revs.
After a few days I trie again and managed to drive it with the sound still there but then it was displaying a charging problem saying 'battery not being charged'.
It's got all sorts of errors that I don't understand and 3 different mechanics have given me 3 TOTALLY different diagnostics.
I can share the codes
Anybody good with Activehybrid 5's here?
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2023.03.31 17:32 saintganesh B Riley Securities had purchased FocalPoint Securities in Jan 2022 who specializes in Merger and Acquisitions

This might be a nothing burger or another 'cohencidence'.
LOS ANGELES, January 18, 2022 - B. Riley Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: RILY) ("B. Riley" or the "Company"), a diversified provider of business advisory and financial services, today announced it has agreed to acquire FocalPoint Securities, LLC, a leading independent investment bank based in Los Angeles, for total consideration of up to $175 million. The transaction, which will create revenue synergies for both companies, comes as FocalPoint is experiencing significant momentum with $17 billon in closed transactions spanning a successful 20-year history. The combination is expected to more than quadruple B. Riley's pro forma M&A advisory business, while significantly enhancing its debt capital markets and financial restructuring capabilities.
Founded in 2002, FocalPoint specializes in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), private capital advisory, financial restructuring, and special situation transactions. The firm includes approximately 50 investment banking professionals with deep industry specialization in high-growth sectors such as aerospace and defense (A&D), industrials, business services, consumer, healthcare, and technology/media/telecom (TMT). The combination of B. Riley and FocalPoint builds upon the momentum and proven execution capabilities of both firms and is in line with B. Riley's stated intent to expand capabilities in M&A advisory and fixed income. This combination provides strategic and financial sponsor clients with access to both firms' proven execution capabilities and a full suite of end-to-end services from a single platform.
Bryant Riley, Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer of B. Riley Financial, said: "FocalPoint is a world class firm known for its ability to handle complex deals with speed, accuracy, and quality. This combination builds on our long and successful track record of acquiring and integrating other complementary businesses that can provide us with additional scale and capabilities to expand our small and middle market leadership. With both companies having started off around the same time, in the same area of Southern California, and building meaningful niches within our industries, this deal carries special significance for me. We could not be more excited to welcome the FocalPoint team to B. Riley."
"We've long admired the unique platform the B. Riley team has been building and are thrilled to now become an integral part of it. We have grown tremendously over the last 20 years and believe we will be able to compete even more aggressively in the marketplace going forward," said Nishen Radia, co-founder of FocalPoint. Added co-founder Duane Stullich, "This transaction brings more breadth and depth to our teams in M&A, debt capital markets, and financial restructuring while maintaining the entrepreneurial and collegial culture that has made FocalPoint a success."
According to Rajesh Sood, Managing Partner of FocalPoint, "The combination will allow us to provide greater opportunities for our people and provide our clients with access to meaningfully more products and services. We are thrilled to take this next step and look forward to the next chapter with B. Riley."
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP acted as legal counsel to B. Riley Financial. Sidley Austin LLP and Sheppard, Mullin, Richter and Hampton LLP served as legal counsel to FocalPoint. Houlihan Lokey served as financial adviser to FocalPoint.
About FocalPoint Partners
FocalPoint is an independent investment bank specializing in mergers and acquisitions, private placements, financial restructurings, and special situation transactions. With offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, New York, and Shanghai, the firm serves middle-market clients throughout the U.S. Securities products and services are offered through FocalPoint Securities, LLC. Member FINRA, SIPC. For more information, please visit and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
About B. Riley Financial
B. Riley Financial provides collaborative solutions tailored to fit the capital raising and business advisory needs of its clients and partners. The Company operates through several subsidiaries that offer a diverse range of complementary end-to-end capabilities spanning investment banking and institutional brokerage, private wealth and investment management, financial consulting, corporate restructuring, operations management, risk and compliance, due diligence, forensic accounting, litigation support, appraisal and valuation, auction, and liquidation services. For more information, please visit and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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2023.03.31 17:30 bostonglobe In Northampton — ‘Where the coffee is strong and so are the women’ — Alicia Spence is building community

“Points up! Like you’re ready to storm the castle!” Alicia Spence directed. “Where’s my pike pole person?”
“Aye, aye!” yelled a woman with silver hair, wielding a spiked stick.
The “castle” was a historic barn that was about to get a new timber-frame addition last weekend, built by Spence and her volunteer crew. They had just lifted a 1.5-ton wall into place, as high as their arms could reach.
The storming? That was the job of the people assigned pike poles — to embed them into the timber frame and push it the rest of the way up.
“Jam it in,” Spence yelled, “with an attitude!”
With her white bun, Spence, 58, has become a familiar presence at Historic Northampton, a local history museum, since it started a major restoration project a couple of years ago on Shepherd Barn, which dates to 1805. Over the past few months, the timber framer has taught community members, some with zero carpentry experience, how to do everything from the unlikely to the seemingly impossible.
How exactly do you move a 38-foot-by-28-foot barn? Put it on “industrial roller skates,” gather a couple hundred neighbors, give them some rope and drum rolls, and yell “HEAVE!” as they pull the structure 60 feet along I-beams onto a new concrete foundation. Spence did that in January.
It’s all part of a much bigger framework, if you will, to transform the historic barn into an exhibit space and performance venue on the campus of Historic Northampton, which also includes three historic homes and is located about a block away from downtown.
The museum could have hired a professional construction crew to get the job done, but involving the public is the point. Timber framing is a centuries-old construction method known for its heavy timbers and handmade joinery: Tenons fit into mortises, which are then fastened with wooden pegs (no metal).
Think of it as a metaphor for community. “I love thinking about how when people come to performances, they will say to their neighbor, ‘I helped move the barn,’ or ‘I have a peg that I wrote and it’s over there in that corner,’ or ‘I helped raise a timber frame,’” said Laurie Sanders, co-director of Historic Northampton, noting that major funding came from the Community Preservation Act, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and private foundations and donors. “It’s a completely different relationship with that building, this organization, and the place of Northampton.”
Spence first started doing emergency repairs on the barn to keep it upright several years ago, she said. She just finished restoring the main part of the structure, along with fellow timber framer Miles Herter. Over weekends from January through March, they led hands-on timber-framing workshops for volunteers who prepped two new additions. One of those volunteers was Sarah Seitz, a social worker by training, whom Spence taught how to use a circular saw for the first time. “Alicia was just like, ‘Hey, do you want to learn how to do this?’ I said, ‘Yeah,’ and then she showed me and trusted me,” Seitz said.
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2023.03.31 17:30 tonnie_taller A Failure to Launch Appears to Sink Virgin Orbit

Richard Branson’s satellite launch company, which hasn’t recovered since a January mishap in Britain, has laid off nearly all its employees.. Business
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2023.03.31 17:30 CycleScenePHL_NJ CycleScenePHL Welcome Planners Information (including weather info)

CycleScene Welcome Planners: Important Information
WHAT IS IT? The American Planning Association is having a convention in Philly. Lower Merion Planner Chris Leswig invited CycleScenePHL to ride with 25 planners from across the nation to ride bikes, explore some infrastructure, listen to lectures, and enjoy a happy hour.
MEET UP Sat April 1, 11:30am Broad and Cherry (Paintbrush).ROLL OUT: 12:00pm
WEATHER INFORMATION: As of the time of this posting, the forecast calls for precipitation to end by roll out. A telephone conversation will take place at 8:30am and a decision will be made about what to do. There is no rain date: the APA convention schedule doesn’t allow for that. We might delay roll out and/or alter the route. Worst case scenario, everyone is still invited to the happy hour at Pencoyd Landing.
WHAT ABOUT THE FREE BEER? The first 25 to show up at the paint brush will get a token for a free beer. We don’t know what kind, and we don’t know what the prices for drinks will be thereafter. This is something Chris and the APA has offered to do for us, and it’s just the cherry on top of a good ride.
THE ROUTE. CycleScene planned a route that gets us from the Paintbrush to the SRT. We intended to go west on Cherry and cross the tracks at Race Street, but if there’s a train – we have a plan.
Chris takes over the ride once we get on the SRT. It goes to Manayunk, across the bridge, up the heritage trail to the train station, through the cemetery, to the happy hour at Pencoyd Landing, and then back up the trail. We’ll do a full stop and regather at several obvious points, including the falls bridge, the end of the SRT, beginning of the towpath (to see if it’s passable), end of the tow path.
CycleScene takes back over when we enter the streets. There will be a full stop Matthias Baldwin Park for a group shot. And then back to the Paint Brush!
Kay Sykora: Funding and Design of a Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridge Project; City Coordination with Community Groups for Neighborhood Amenities; Main Street management
Rob Armstrong & Chris Leswing: The Regional Trail Network; the Process of Trail Creation and Construction; Adaptive Reuse of a Historic Train Station
CYCLESCENE RIDING STYLE: We go out to enjoy riding with friends and go to fun places, not to make trouble. We take the whole traffic lane when appropriate, sometimes even when there is a frustrated car behind us – we have the right to the full traffic lane and we do it because sometimes that’s the safest, most pleasant, and best way to ride. We are traffic, so we we ride with traffic on the right hand side of the road. We don’t ride against traffic on a one way or on the left hand side of the road. We let cars pass on the left by moving to the right when safe and appropriate. The ride is a party, not a protest – we’re having too fun much to wreck the vibe by arguing with drivers and we let the little stuff slide for the sake of the safety and happiness of the others on the ride. We stay off the sidewalk, but if we have to hop on it for a moment, we are extremely deferential and respectful to the pedestrians. We respect traffic lights, road signs, and police instruction. We do our best to move through intersections as one, like a bus, so if we’re halfway through an intersection and the light turns, we stay together until the whole ride gets through, so long as its safe. We thank drivers when they extend us courtesy, show patience, and work with us. We show love for the neighborhoods we pass through. We don’t litter.
YOU MAY BE OFFERED TO SIGN A VOLUNTARY MUTUAL RELEASE. Riding on the streets with a group, both in traffic and off road, sometimes at night, and stopping at urban explorer destinations, involves inherent and often unforeseeable risks of serious injury or worse. Even death. I know this – yet I still ride because it’s fun. I want to keep it fun and friendly no matter what. I’ve reviewed the ride information, talked to the organizers, and mingled with the rest of the ridership. If I didn’t like what I saw, I wouldn’t go on the ride. Therefore, I promise not sue anyone that has signed this agreement for their participation in group bike rides in exchange for their promise not to sue me for my participation in group bike rides. If I get hurt, I’m free to seek indemnification from third parties - but we the undersigned all agree that none of us sues each other in the event something bad happens. My signature indicates that I have assumed all risks and agree that to waive all claims as to anyone that has also signed this agreement, including claims of negligence against any co-signor that planned the ride, led the ride, or participated in the ride. IF YOU ARE NOT OFFERED THE MUTUAL RELEASE AND WOULD LIKE TO BENEFIT FROM ITS MUTUAL PROTECTION, OR WISH TO RESCIND YOUR MUTUAL RELEASE, SEND AN EMAIL TO [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
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2023.03.31 17:30 baybeebi Taking shelter in apartment

I know the general rules of finding safety in severe weather (interior walls, no windows, etc), but living in an apartment has really increased my anxiety around storm preparedness.
I live on the second floor, so I know my unit isn’t safe. Our hallways are pretty big and are “closed in”, but they are still open air — i.e. it looks like an indoor hallway but instead of having a door on the end it’s just an opening, however the halls are kind of an L shape so the opening isn’t just a straight line, if that makes any sense at all. (Opening, short section, then turns right to the long part of the hallway)
It’s gotten very windy in the hallways in the winters, so I’ve worried that it may not be great to take shelter in. Other than that, there are the stairwells (open air), and a small bathroom in the clubhouse that is close to an exterior wall, but has a closet between.
Any thoughts on where we should run if it gets nasty here??
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2023.03.31 17:29 raccoongutz dog motion sickness

hi! so in a few weeks me and my dog are taking a trip up to my sisters place for the weekend. she lives about 8 hours away. my dog is overall… good in the car? she’s only thrown up in a few circumstances and not every time she’s in the car
so she’s not prone to it a lot like some animals are, but i’d like to make the trip as comfy as possible for her. if there’s any tips anyone can share about reducing the effects of carsickness in dogs that would be SO helpful! (she already won’t be fed that morning, and will get small amounts of kibble on the drive up when we stop, she’ll get plenty of water, and we’ll stop frequently!)
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2023.03.31 17:28 RomComFanatic18 [30F] looking for some long-term friends

If your looking to make a friend (platonic) to talk to daily, I may be the person for you. Below I have some of my interest, so feel free to dm me some things about you and any random starter question if you think we'll click :)
Gardening: I'll have an herb garden and full flower beds this year
Music: MCR, Spose, Watsky, and other random artists and genres. Always looking for new recommendations
Baking: cookies are my current go to, but I also make breads, cakes, Mac and cheese (what, it's baked lol)
Crochet: current project is a turtle, but I finished a blanket and poncho in the last week
Exercise: I hate it, but I do go to the gym when the weather is bad because I know it's good for mental health. Otherwise I try to walk outside when I can
Mood: I can be a nervous, anxious mess at times, but I try to keep an upbeat attitude.
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2023.03.31 17:28 WhyNot_Because B. Riley Financial in the enemy!! They are a proven Naked Short seller and were fined $9 million in 2020 for "Between January 2005 and April 2020, failed to obtain locates for over 33,000 short sale transactions"

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2023.03.31 17:28 tim_b_er Lab Grown Meat Stocks

I don't know how long it will take for lab grown meat to be a mainstream consumer product, but I do believe it will happen.
This post is about how I am currently positioning myself for that future, given the lack of public equity options currently available.
For those who aren't familiar with the topic, lab grown meat is created through a biotech process called cellular agriculture. As an example, rather than raising a cow for 2 years just to slaughter an butcher it, the meat can be made by taking a cell biopsy from the cow, and then having those cells proliferate in a controlled environment. The result is the same protein and meat structure, but much quicker, and without the environmental, ethical, and time costs.
The main problem currently is that this process is still more expensive than farming a cow.
But a lot is happening to change this, and bring more capital in to the space to scale the production and make the process feasible.
The benefits of lab grown meat are clear to me, and I do believe the scaling issue will be solved, enabling significant revenues.
As an investor that doesn't have ties to silicon valley or the Asia Pacific foodtech startup scene, my options are limited to what is currently available on public markets in North America.
Even though there are over 100 private companies that are well know in the cellular agriculture industry, there are, by my count, only 3 publicly traded companies in North America.
Each company has a unique business model. I won't try to adequately explain them all here, but will link the sites so you can DYOR.
  1. Agronomics: primary listing is in London, but they do have a US listing (AGNMF) and trade at a $153 million valuation. As a simplified description, they act as a publicly traded cellular agriculture fund, and hold equity in many different companies in the space. Shareholders of Agronomics are benefactors of Agronomics' DD expertise and portfolio appreciation.
  2. CULT Food Science: primary listing in Canada (CULT) and also trades in the US (CULTF). Similar to Agronomics, CULT also has a portfolio of private cellular agriculture companies. Where they differentiate, is that they have publicly announced their ambitions to work with these portfolio companies to develop consumer products in a venture studio model, and have acquired product formulations such as Because Animals, a pet food line that is well known in alternative protein circles. The company is currently trading at a $12.5 million valuation.
  3. Steakholder Foods: listed on Nasdaq (STKH). Unlike Agronomics and CULT, Steakholder is an operating company fully focused on their own product development. Specifically, they 'specialize in 3D printed meat'. The company is currently trading at a $12 million valuation.
Agronomics is the clear leader in general market exposure, but as an investor with a higher risk tolerance and experience in wholesale and retail sales, I see the greatest near term upside in CULT Food Science. Brands command value, and it appears they understand this and are working to be first-movers in the space. I love the recent focus on pet food, as I can see this being a great launch point for consumer adoption. People are much more likely to try a new food product on their pet than on themselves, and many vegans and vegetarians would be interested in ensuring their pet gets proper nutrition without needing to slaughter animals to do so.
It needs to be said again that I have already been buying CULT shares, and am therefore biased.
And I am not the only one. In March alone, CULT has traded over 50 million shares, and the stock price is up over 150% since January 1st.
Further, a prominent entrepreneur (Marc Lustig, whom sold his last CPG company for $1.1 billion) has acquired 15% of the company - this is very rare for companies at this low of a valuation. Entrepreneurs of this stature can legitimize early stage companies like CULT, and get them in to meetings and boardrooms that they wouldn't have had a chance at without them.
My thesis is simple:
In the short term (6-18 months) the company should see an appreciation in stock price as more awareness comes to the cellular agriculture space in general, and to CULT's products and brands that begin to have a consumer presence and revenue.
In the long term, CULT and its products and brands become a buyout target for someone like Nabisco, General Mills, or a traditional meat company. Even at $500 million to $1 billion that is a rounding error for them, and in their eyes it would be a wise hedge as this technology continues to improve and take market share away from traditional meat production and consumer products.
Cheers to a more sensible future (and some opportunity along the way)
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2023.03.31 17:28 Warm_Feet_Are_Happy You are worth it

I still can’t believe it. A year ago, at my highest weight, I was 240. I was exhausted working my job every day. Most nights I would collapse on the couch, overwhelmed with work, parenting, and stress. When I was obese, I was getting sick every three weeks. Eventually I reached my breaking point. I did not want to be the parent who was constantly exhausted, could not keep up with her children, or muster up the energy to take her children places. Because when I had my kids, I was too exhausted to do anything. And when I did not have my children, I just wanted food to comfort me. My divorce was trauma that kept hurting me, and I needed that food dopamine boost to soothe me. I stood up great friends, because I did not want them to see how much food I wanted to eat, or how much weight I gained.
I was a hermit. I wore the same outfits every few days. I was emotionally and physically beat down. Hauling around that much weight was so tiring. My knees were beginning to hurt, which terrified me. And when I started this journey to get the surgery, I had to REALLY focus on my mental health. Everything about it. Evaluate my relationship with food, my history with dieting. I see my therapist every other week. I focus so much on self care now. If I “reward” myself with anything, it’s a new song download from iTunes (to listen to while walking). A pedicure. A new book. I don’t use food as a reward or punishment anymore.
Y’all. I wear my dog out now. She used to look at me in this morose state because I would never walk her, or when I did it was only a block. Now I walk two miles nonstop every night. I walk during lunch breaks. Bad weather? I go to mall and walk. I went to my kids sporting event this weekend and stood for several hours. I’m going to put in for a request for a standing desk at work. My oldest has noticed the difference. She has commented I’m not sick anymore. That she is happy I take her places.
YOU are your greatest investment. YOUR life is worth living to the fullest extent possible. Because I know there is likely someone reading this that was the same person I was a year ago- sick, tired, and hopeless. I am grateful for this surgery (even if I don’t make my goal weight) because it forced me to evaluate everything else.
I’m 5’6. Early 30’s.
Day 1 of pre-op diet: 228 pounds Day of surgery: 218 pounds Today, 90 days post op: 170 pounds
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2023.03.31 17:28 vamsikris27 Weather in May, in pattaya?

I got my leave sanctioned in May, and plan to visit pattaya ,but I read in a website that its rainy season then .Is it like heavy rains for 2 to 3 days that flood the roads ? Or rains that last for few hours and manageable ?
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2023.03.31 17:28 SlagginOff Lightweight, non-wrinkle tech pants for tall men?

At 6'4" with long legs, it's already a struggle for me to find regular pants that fit, so finding more niche items is even more difficult.
I got a pair of Roark layovers on sale on Amazon for $45 - I love the feel and material, but these are super short and it seems they don't make them with more than a 32" inseam. I'm actually going to keep them as they still look decent in the Euro/trendy sense and will be good for beach trips and in warm weather, but I'd still like something that provides coverage for hiking and cooler weather and which can still be worn out for a decently nice meal.
I ordered some Jack Archer Jetsetters so I'm hoping those satisfy me, but would appreciate any other suggestions!
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2023.03.31 17:27 pitykitten_ Buy with VA Loan/Physician Loan Vs Rent?

Hi everyone. We need help deciding what to do regarding our housing situation.
I’m about to start a 3-year residency in June, and my spouse works in the Tech industry. Our combined household income will be ~300k. We have 2 kids and about 60k total in debt. We currently live in a rental apartment.
We’re looking to buy a new house that costs around ~450k but we currently have no downpayment saved. We’ll be eligible for a VA loan in January, and we’re wondering if it is wise to wait, or just use a physician loan to buy before June. From what I understand, both have no PMI but the Physician loan typically has much higher rates.
I’ve also read so much about not buying during residency, so I wonder if renting a house would be a better financial decision. We don’t plan to stay in this state for longer than 6 years max (and that’s if I match here for fellowship) The type of houses we like rent for around ~3k.
Please help. I have no idea where to start. Thank you!
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2023.03.31 17:26 DisneyRunner3 Refund Shenanigans

This is more of a frustration post because I hope this eventually gets resolved. I was part of the December forgiveness batch (for which I am very thankful!). Ive been in public service since the fall of 2011 with two different jobs. I consolidated in the spring of 2013 but only had 96 payments left on an income based plan so figured I'd never get to the 120 needed for PSLF.
When the pandemic started, I kept auto paying to Navient to take advantage of the 0% interest rate. As things dragged on and I realized none of my friends with student loans were paying I stopped the voluntary payments. When I heard about the waiver, I thought I'd be eligible for forgiveness combining my public service prior to my current job. I applied in June of 2022 to FedLoan.
I heard about the refund of voluntary payments and called to make that request at the end of August to Aidvantage (where I'd been transferred from Navient). I was transferred to Mohela on September 22. I called to make my refund request but was told I'd have to wait until they had my information. That uploaded in early November and I called and put in the refund request. I called in January and was told the 90 business days hasn't passed. I called Mohela again and they're telling me they can't do anything because there's no guarantees that the refund amount would be forgiven again. I've submitted an Ombudsman request.
My refund amount is twice the amount of forgiveness which is why I'm still pursuing this. All in all it's just really frustrating that I can't get my money back because they took longer to process the refund than they did the forgiveness.
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2023.03.31 17:26 No_Boomers BBBY and HLBZ similarities

The January HLBZ (MCOM now) run up was a push based entirely off the naked shorts that were decimating the share price. I understand BBBY and MCOM are completely separate, but the naked shorts are what will drive up bobby if a squeeze were to happen.
I got in on the HLBZ a few days before it ran up, so at one point I was holding a pretty heavy bag. I usually cut my losses quick and rarely hold anything for longer than a couple days at the most, but the HLBZ play was different because everything was primed to run.
The price action the days leading up to the HLBZ run looks almost identical to the price action of BBBY right now. The one difference is that the bobby chart is way more dramatic in its movements.
My thesis is that the hedgies manipulating the price have a very very very large incentive to suppress bobby, which they have been doing an amazing job at. So despite the similarities, there is still a risk that Bobby just doesn't run. But if it does run, it will make other short squeezes look like a joke.
The filing we got yesterday basically just confirmed to me that bobby is planning on diluting into the run up, because they have literally zero other options. In my eyes, the filing confirmed that a run will happen, now it's just a question of when the dilution will begin and if the shorts are trapped enough in this that the dilution will give them a way out.
Best case we get a shit ton of retail to pile in when the FOMO hits, we all diamond hand, and there's some RC savior figure who will also pump the stock. We'll see though. My fear is that they dilute us heavy at like 3$ and stop the squeeze.
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2023.03.31 17:25 leve-tot Pain in the lower back - is it normal considering the intensity of the pogramm?

I have started feeling kinda pain/discomfort/stress in the lower back since 2 weeks.
I am 178cm / 72kg
I have started 5x5 in January and my current weights are: SQ: 100kg DL: 105kg BP/Rows: 60kg OHP: 45kg
I do additional exercises: 1. Pull ups 2. Dips 3. Curls for the biceps 4. Lying french press for the triceps 5. Ab roller for core 6. Planks
Is too much weights added for my body and I should do deload? Or rest?
Anyone had the same problem?
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2023.03.31 17:24 info-warz Is his 32 game sample too small for the Calder trophy?

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2023.03.31 17:24 Sync-Jw Buy a house with 5% deposit or save for 10/20%?

I am looking to buy a house around January next year. I earn around £32k and I live in the NE. I currently have £7.5k in a LISA which is enough for a 5% deposit on a £150k house, but I am thinking of adding another £2k to my LISA before the end of tax year, and another £4k from April so that I can benefit from the government bonus and have £15k to put towards a deposit.
However, if I put more money into my LISA I will only have around £12k in savings by January next year, which I imagine furnishings and fees will eat into quite quickly and leave me with not much of an emergency fund.
Is it worth saving for at least a 10% deposit, or should I buy with a 5% deposit and benefit from having more money in the bank?
Thanks for your help.
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