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Well.. okay.. Sorry for having a life... This is how you DO NOT grow a community..
2023.03.21 21:35 KilrBe3 Well.. okay.. Sorry for having a life... This is how you DO NOT grow a community..
2023.03.21 20:57 aidenfair Construction Science Transfer
I have a 3.25 GPA and am transferring with 52 hours. In the required courses for COSC I have all A's, but I don't finish with those classes till the end of spring. I know the minimum is 2.5 but Im trying to see if my application is somewhat competitive for a chance at COSC. thank you
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2023.03.21 20:44 GuerrillaStang [WTS] ..WASR mags, 870 stock, laser lights, AR stocks, ak quad rail, metal AR mags,stuff.
All prices are plus shipping unless "tyd" is stated
No mag sales to ban states.
• FDE tri-rail for M4 style handguards. $15
• small pic riser $5 add on
• fab defense Ak47/ak74 quad rail new. $35 tyd
• long pic riser $6 add on
• barrel clamp rails $5 each add on
• rail scope mount $10 add on.
• Knoxx tactical stock and forend for Remington 870, $50 tyd
• A2 grip $5 add on only
• spec-ops mamba sling. $30 tyd
• Blackhawk bipod. Mounts to sling swivel new. $30 tyd
• FDE waffle stocks. Rack gun takeoffs. Used. $10 each
• A2 flash hider $10
• gas block with sling swivel/rail $20
• troy breach flash hider $25
• 20 round AR mags $20 each
• 30 round metal mags $10 each
• Retro redfield style M16 carry mount. some salt $65 tyd
• Colt marked 20 round mags $30 each
• pro-mag WASR 30 round .223 mags. $10 each.
• commercial rifle length buffer tube, spring ,buffer. All new. $25 tyd
• Vintage Double star waffle stock. $20
• long heat shield handguard $7 add on
• 20 inch stainless .223 DPMS bull barrel maybe 100 rounds. $120 tyd
• new Fostech stainless strake brake $50 tyd
• stainless custom flash hider for 5.56/.223 $55 tyd
• iprotec rail mount red laselight. new battery. Surprisingly decent unit. $25
• Laser cross rail mount green laselight. New batteries. $25
PayPal g&s, no notes.
Can take more pics if needed
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2023.03.21 20:39 Pf_Farnsworth The Bone Gnomes
Scary Music To Set The Tone Jerry is doing his standup routine in front of a crowd
Jerry: “So what’s the deal with garden gnomes? They kind of just sit out there in the yard and do nothing. They are a little creepy honestly. Having a little guy standing out in the yard. Why did this even become a thing? Who’s idea was it to put this little elf looking guy in the yard and why did it even catch on? Bassline George comes into Jerry’s Apartment
George: “I can’t stand it with these gnomes!”
Jerry: “What do you mean?”
George: “In the mail I got a bunch skeleton gnomes! Bone Gnomes I tell you. Bone Gnomes! They’re freaking me out.
Jerry: “Well can’t you just send them back?”
George: “I can’t… there is no return address on these.” Kramer barges through the door and starts eating cereal out of a box with his hand
Jerry: “Well then just throw them away.” George: “I’d need 100 trash cans to get rid of these things. I have hundreds! Hundreds of Bone Gnomes!
Kramer: “Well then just drive them to the dumpster yourself.” George: “You’re onto something Kramer.” Bassline George is at the dumpster emptying the Bone Gnomes into the dumpster and a policeman stops him.
Policeman: “Excuse me?”
George: “Yes? May I help you?”
Policeman: “You can’t dump those here.”George: “Well why not?”
Policeman: “The mayor passed a new law. These gnomes are toxic to raccoons and they can get sick if they eat them.”
George: “Do you think I care what a raccoon eats. They shouldn’t be eating trash anyway.”
Policeman: “The law does care. Each gnome you throw away is a $300 fine. So you better take what you threw away out now.” Bassline George is walking by Mr. Steinbrenner’s office at Yankee Stadium and overhears him on the phone
Mr. Steinbrenner: “What do you mean there is a mixup with the bobbleheads! Keith Hernandez hasn’t been in the league for years and never put on a Yankee uniform… Well then what do you want me to do about next week’s big giveaway… Your Fired.
George: “Um… Mr. Steinbrenner.”
Mr. Steinbrenner: “George! Come in come in! Take a seat, take a seat. You smell like you’ve been swimming in a dumpster. Now have you heard about this new thing called Karaoke. These people go up on stage and sing songs without any instruments…”
George: “Alright… alright. I heard there was mix-up with the bobblehead giveaway. And well, I’m looking to get rid of these little gnomes. I have about 500 of them.” George pulls a Bone Gnome out of his pocket
Mr. Steinbrenner: “George! George! I love it! You are a genius! We’ll start producing these things right away!”
George!: “No-no… we don’t need to make anymore. I’ve got plenty.”
Mr. Steinbrenner: “Everyone’s gonna want one of these. 500? You think only one section will enjoy these. How about this first 25,000 fans at next Wednesday’s game get a free Bone Gnome!” George: “Great… just get these things off my hands.” Bassline Elaine has been called to J. Peterman’s office
Elaine: “Mr Peterman?”
J. Peterman: “Oh Elaine! It is so good to see you.”
Elaine: “What was it you wanted to talk to me about?”
J. Peterman: “Last Spring I took a holiday in the Swiss Alps and I found the most priceless skeleton gnome. Only 500 left in the world. Well I just bought the entire collection for $850,000 from an anonymous seller out of Tuscany. I could sell them for a lot more if I were to find the right buyer.”
Elaine: “Uh huh…”
J. Peterman: “Well the shipment was supposed to arrive last week and I feel I’ve been swindled. I want you to go to the post office and figure out where these bone gnomes could have gone.” Bassline George meets Elaine and Jerry at the Coffee Shop
Elaine: “Why the long face?”
George: “I don’t wanna talk about it”
Jerry: “Did you get your gnome problem figured out?” George starts to cry
George: “The game was rained out! Cancelled! I tried to give these bone gnomes away at the game, but now I can’t because the rest of the season is booked with give-aways!”
Jerry: “Well looks like you’re just back where you started.”
George: “Worse… Worse! I now have 25,000 gnomes because Mr. Steinbrenner made more of them. There was no place to store them in the stadium, so he had a truck drop them off at my apartment building! Every surface of my home is filled with these bone gnomes!” George picks up a bone gnome and squeezes it
Elaine: “Hey! I can solve your problem.”
George: “Really? And how is that.”
Elaine: “My boss has been looking for those gnomes all week. He ordered a ton of them, and it looks like they were sent to you by mistake. I was just on my way to the post office to figure things out.”
Jerry: Well looks like your problem is solved.
George: Perfect! He can have them all! Bassline Elaine is delivering boxes of Bone Gnomes to J. Peterman’s office
Elaine: Phew… I think that’s the last box…
J. Peterman: Thank you Elaine… I couldn’t have done it without you. Where did you find these?
Elaine: My friend George had thousands of these from the cancelled Yankee game.
J. Peterman: Wait a second. How many did you say he had?
Elaine: I think 25,000 J. Peterman put his hand over his face and sighs in disappointment as he knows the current value of his Bone Gnomes is far lower than the original price of what he paid. Bassline Newman is standing in his apartment wearing his mailman uniform.
Newman: Hahahahahaha! HAHAHAHAAHAHAAHAHAAHA! Outro Bassline
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2023.03.21 20:10 tonnie_taller Combat colds and allergies with up to 32% off a Levoit humidifier
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2023.03.21 20:09 presley0098 Pat Mcgrath Spring VIP Sale
Looks like it’s time for the spring vip sale over on PM’s website, which offers 25-30% off. What recommendations do you have from the brand, so I can take advantage of this sale? Already picked up the foundation!
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2023.03.21 19:59 LiteraryHedgehog Megathread: Camp and Chill Event, March 21-23
A new Camp and Chill Event starts today!
This 2 day event will run from Tuesday, March 21 until 19:00 GMT Thursday, March 23, and is open to all players with version 9.7.0 or above, a minimum of 250 dragon power, and a stable and reliable internet connection.
Points are earned by tapping items, opening chests, and other simple tasks completed in Camp. The Event Capsule Store appears after earning 500 points; free Bronze Capsules containing Event Points can be collected every 3 hours after that.
Good luck and happy merging!
- Overheating: There’s been an increase in reports of device overheating caused by processor overload; if this happens, stop playing until your device has cooled down.
- Lagging: Playing in Camp for long stretches has caused an increase in graphic lagging for some players; hard closing and relaunching the game usually fixes this, unless it’s caused by overheating.
- Den Chests: To reduce your risk of missing chests or uncounted points, avoid playing while game servers are processing the cycle change.
- This also applies to the start and end of any Event or Season; playing (and especially collecting rewards) while the servers are under extra heavy loads is always risky.
- Make sure you travel to the World Map screen before exiting your game to trigger a local save on your device; closing the app directly from Camp may cause the loss of items.
- Sprouting Dragon Tree, lvl 2 - requires earning 70 points
- Prism Flower Buds, lvl 2 - 1,290p
- Blue Belly Shrooms, lvl 5 - 1,840p
- Daily Chest (Super Egg Fragment) - 3,190p
- Watering Hole, lvl 5 - 4,790p
- Aged Glowing Dragon Tree, lvl 4 - 6,420p
- Nice Zen Temple, lvl 3 - 7,990p
- Golden Sapling, lvl 2 - 9,610p
- Martian Dragon Kid, lvl 2 - 11,210p
- Stadium Dragon Kid, lvl 2 - 13,590p
Total to collect all prizes: 60,000 points
This is the only type of event where point producing items can be stockpiled ahead of time; for info and links to guides on bubbling as a storage option, please visit the Community FAQ
. The following are the most efficient or popular ways to earn points:
- Tier 2 nests of most breeds yield 900 points per tap, for a total of 3,600 to 6,300 points per nest.
- High level Goal Stars are an excellent source of points; the exact number of taps available varies by level and random chance.
- L6 Star- 1056, L5 Star- 330, L4 Star- 99
- Level 2 Materials Chests offer unlimited quick and easy points; stockpiling stone bricks gives more flexibility than buying specific chests ahead of time:
- Spectral Chest- 1305, Summoned Chest- 820, Chest of Beasts- 300, Solid Gold Chest- 80, Phobos Chest- 40
- Higher level free chests all yield well:
- Treasure: L7- 1690, L6- 530, L5- 165, L4- 50
- Grimm: L4- 792, L3- 240, L2- 72
- Season: L4- 330, L3- 100, L2- 30
- Bountiful (Level) Chests- 150
- Kala’s Rucksacks- 250
- High level Life Trees can be harvested for quick points:
- Life Orbs: L9- 1560, L8- 500, L7- 160, L6- 50
- These chains recharge fast and give unlimited taps; note that multiple mid-level items may earn more than one or two higher-level items.
- Fruit Trees: L10 Watermelon- 34, L9 Pineapple- 30, L8 Dragon Fruit- 26, L7 Pear- 23,
- Prism Flowers: L7- 42, L6- 36, L5- 26, L4- 23
- Midas Trees: L11- 145, L10- 135, L9- 125, L8- 115, L7- 105, L6- 95, L5- 85, L4- 75, L3- 65, L2- 55
- Bushes: L5- 35, L4- 25, L3- 15
- Graves: L8- 75, L7- 65, L6- 55, L5- 45, L4- 35
- Fountains: L6- 136, L5- 105, L4- 75, L3- 45
ITEM POINTS Alien Obelisks (Requires cash purchase)
- Alien Obelisk - 45
- Radioactive Alien Obelisk - 135
- Pulsing Alien Obelisk - 450
- Galactic Alien Megalith - 1485
- Tiny Cabin - 10
- L1 Shrub Sprout - 1
- L2 Budding Shrub - 5
- L3 Nice Shrub - 15
- L4 Flowering Shrub - 25
- L5 Gorgeous Shrub - 35
Goal Stars and Dragon Stars (points per tap)
- L4 Grape Tree - 10
- L5 Raspberry Tree - 14
- L6 Banana Tree - 18
- L7 Pear Tree - 23
- L8 Dragon Fruit Tree - 26
- L9 Pineapple Tree - 30
- L10 Watermelon Tree - 34
- L1 Star - 3 (2-3 taps)
- L2 Star - 9 (2-3 taps)
- L3 Star - 30 (3-4 taps)
- L4 Star - 99 (3-4 taps)
- L5 Star - 330 (3-4 taps)
- L6 Star - 1056 (6-7 taps)
- L1 Dragon Star - 30 (2-4 taps)
- L2 Magnificent Dragon Star - 90 (7-11 taps)
Life Orbs (single tap)
- L4 Doom Cross - 35
- L5 Fiend’s Resting Place - 45
- L6 Tomb of the Innocent - 55
- L7 Tomb of the Forgiven - 65
- L8 Tomb of the Righteous - 75
- L0 Life Essence - 1
- L1 Tiny Life Orb - 1
- L2 Small Life Orb - 2
- L3 Life Orb - 3
- L4 Furious Life Orb - 5
- L5 Wondrous Life Orb - 15
- L6 Great Life Orb - 50
- L7 Giant Life Orb - 160
- L8 Life Orb of Souls - 500
- L9 The Life Orb of Heavens - 1560
MonsteMythical Idols (single tap)
- L2 Golden Sapling - 55
- L3 Golden Tree - 65
- L4 Midas Tree - 75
- L5 Glowing Midas Tree - 85
- L6 The Orb Holder - 95
- L7 The Crystal Catcher - 105
- L8 The Moon Bearer - 115
- L9 The Star Mother - 125
- L10 Greater Midas Tree - 135
- L11 Divine Midas Tree - 145
Mystic Topiaries (single use only, number of taps depends on level)
- L1 Kattryx - 3
- L2 Guardian Sphinx - 9
- L3 Young Cerberus - 30
- L4 Noble Gryphon - 99
- L5 Mythical Ogopogo - 330
- L1 Gromblin - 5
- L2 Capricorn - 15
- L3 Dragon Idol - 50
- L4 Rising Phoenix - 165
- L5 Mythical Pegasus - 550
- L1 Bunny - 10 (1x tap)
- L2 Bear - 90 (1x tap)
- L3 Rex - 150 (2x taps)
- L4 Swan - 250 (3x taps)
- L5 Seahorse - 550 (5x taps)
- L6 Dolphin - 880 (10x taps)
- Tier 1 nest - 20 per tap, 60 to 140 total
- Tier 2 nest - 900 per tap, 3,600 to 6,300 total
- Mystery Egg Nests - 10 per tap, 40 to 70 total
- Supernest - 20 per tap
- Meganest - 10 per tap (needs rechecking)
- Ultranests - 10 per tap (needs rechecking)
- Activated Super Eggs - 600 (30 per dragon)
- L1 Sprouting Prism Flower - 3
- L2 Prism Flower Buds - 10
- L3 Opening Prism Flowers - 16
- L4 Prism Flowers - 23
- L5 Blossoming Prism Flowers - 26
- L6 Gorgeous Prism Flowers - 36
- L7 Brilliant Prism Flowers - 42
- L8 Spectral Prism Flowers - 49
- L9 Glowing Prism Flowers - 55
Coin Vaults and Stone Yards
- L1 Fountain of Legend - 3
- L2 Ancient Spring - 15
- L3 Shimmering Spring - 45
- L4 Fountain of Faith - 75
- L5 Fountain of Rebirth - 105
- L6 Heroic Dragon Spa - 135
- L1 Secret Lifespring - 30
- L2 Spectral Lifespring - 150
Chests (single tap only) Camp and Chill Event Items
- L1 Tattered - 1
- L2 Basic - 5
- L3 Nice - 15
- L4 Great - 25
- L5 Opulent - 35
- L6 Mythical - 45
- L7 Gigantic - 55
- L8 Bottomless - 65
Miscellaneous Items Combo Merges Note: this is a partial list — most chains seem to work, with points increasing by item levels and length of chain.
- Capsules - 0
- Pile of Camp Event Points - 5
- Great Rucksack of Event Points - 10 per tap, 20+ total
- Wondrous Chest of Event Points - 25 per tap, 125+ total
- Mythical Coffer of Event Points - 50 per tap, 450+ total
- Coins - 5, 10, 30, 60 (started with L2)
- Life Flowers - 5, 10, 15, 20, 40 (start w/L1)
- Life Flowers - 15, 40 (started w/L5)
- Life Orbs - 5, 10, 15, 20, 40 (Started w/ heart)
- Life Orbs - 5, 20, 45, 80 (started w/ L3)
- Living Stones - 5, 10, 15, 40 (start w/fresh stones)
- Stone bricks - 5, 10, 15, 40, 60 (start w/L1)
If the event is not showing up or glitches are affecting your play:
Note: All initial event info is preliminary, based off what we’ve had in prior editions. Edits are ongoing as new info comes in
- Try hard closing and then relaunching your game.
- If your device is running hot, stop playing and allow it to cool down.
- Try restarting your device.
- Try restarting your wifi router (if you have access).
- Try switching to a different internet source.
- If you’re suddenly experiencing multiple issues, close the game and try again after an hour or two.
- If nothing helps, contact Gram Games Support through the in-game link or the official website for help figuring out what’s wrong.
- Warning: Cloud Save is still unreliable according to the developer, and is not safe to be used until further notice.
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2023.03.21 19:51 DogshitHandGrenade PXMD - Initial DD - This one can rip without the fear of massive dilution
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PXMD – Initial Due Diligence
Hey Potato Fam, I hope we have licked our wounds from TRKA ad you’re ready for spring plays. I have a fresh opportunity that is sprouting called PXMD. I was first alerted to this by Charlie at ZipTrader yesterday. It’s a juicy early-stage pharma company with a very low share count, insanely low free float, high short interest & insane cost-to-borrow. They have a promising product, many catalysts coming and they’re just recently acquired financial facilities that are dilution friendly (for shareholders). The size of the company and free float is so low, even a small jump in attention will send this soaring.
1 What is PXMD
PXMD is an early-stage pharma company. The big product they’re working on is a medication that will help treat patients on the autism spectrum. Their autism (ASD) medication is approaching the latter stages of the approval cycle where any day a positive PR can send this stock soaring.
In the past (3) months PXMD has announced two different financing vehicles to keep their operations through the clinical period. We know from TRKA how important it is to understand the terms of this financing because it will be the primary source of capital and dilution moving forward. I will outline the two funding sources below. Long story short, these are very generous financing vehicles and the risk of dilution is minimal and will come likely at much higher prices. Here are some of today’s stats for PXMD before we dive into details.
· Stock Price @ Time of Writing: $2.44
· Market Cap = $31.17m
· Outstanding Shares = 12m
· Free Float = 818k (only 6.79% of the shares)
· Short Interest % and Qty. = 46% & 376k
· Cost-to-Borrow = 472%
2 Funding Source – LIND Partners (Feb 3, 2023)
This funding source was recently announced and provides PXMD immediately with $3.68m. PXMD must pay back this $3.68m in shares which ultimately causes dilution. The price of these shares was set at $3.50 because at the time of agreement PXMD was trading at $3.4ish per share. $3.68m / $3.5 means that this stock will dilute by 1.23m shares…. Eventually… so don’t be alarmed my little tater tot.
The terms of the agreement are that the dilution will not start for six-months (so Aug 2023). The dilution will be over the course of 12-months and will therefore only be 102k shares/month. THERE IS NO RISK OF NEAR TERM DILUTION FROM THIS FACILITY
and the future dilution will be minimal and at a higher valuation than we are currently trading.
LIND also gets warrants to buy an additional 800k shares via warrants priced at $3.25. This means we won’t see this dilution unless we at least reach $3.25 (34% increase from today’s price). The dilution from these warrants is actually bullish because it will provide an extra $2.6m of capital for PXMD.
3 Funding Source – LINCOLN (Nov 22, 2022)
This is the one that looks scary on the surface, but once you dig in is as tiny as a fingerling potato. Headline shows a $20m at-the-money offering for 12.9m shares. Holy potatoes that looks like a doubling of shares! Hold your tots for a second.
In the filing you will find clearly written that at no time can PXMD issue more shares than would make Lincoln a >20% owner of PXMD. Meaning maximum dilution can only be 2.3m shares.
Here is the rule they cannot breach:
The headline of the offering only mentioned 12.9m shares because it had to make the assumption to reach $20m at the current stock price (which was $1.55 at the time).
Therefore, given PXMD can only issue 2.3m shares to Lincoln in order for them to maximize this and capture the full $20m they would need to wait for the stock price to reach $20m/2.3m = $8.89
It is my assumption that the LIND financing gave PXMD the capital to keep operations going until they complete their trials and have positive PR to announce in 2023. Pending positive PR the stock price will increase and PXMD can tap into the LINCOLN financing at much higher price. PXMD has all the cash they need from LIND to keep their small operation going.
4 The Play
Company has cash to keep operations going through Phase 3 trials and positive PRs
Extremely Low Free Float
Extremely high insider ownership
LIND dilution cannot occur until Aug
LINCOLN dilution could occur anytime but is only 2m shares and wouldn’t make sense at these low prices
46% of Free Float Shorted = 376k shares
Cost-to-Borrow at 472%, this thing can’t be shorted anymore
Insane amount of FTDs from Jan & Feb that need to come due
The market today has been selling off squeeze plays making this a great opportunity to buy in low before the squeeze
We don’t have the insane dilution risk we had in TRKA
Only 3,500 watchers on StockTwit
Low market cap… if this gets even a small bump in attention, this will explode. Just wait until Charlie ZipTrader makes an update video on this!
-Given any increase in attention this thing can easily go to the high $3’s
-Given the current stats and CTB, this can't be shorted realistically.
-At the high $3's, I bet LIND will take their warrants which will cause dilution, but it’s bullish dilution because it increase PXMD cash
-After we break the high 3’s I think this can run to the $8.89 price in which the LINCOLN shares have maximized their value and PXMD will issue their shares.
-For me I would seek to get out in the $7’s to make sure I am out before the LINCOLN dilution. I am not at all worried about LIND dilution.
I am not a financial adviser, I am a potato. None of this is financial advice, make your on plays.
Party on Potatoes
2023.03.21 19:49 Glopuss Supermarket (Coles & Woolworths) specials March 22 - 28 (incomplete)
A selection of items “on special” this week in Coles and Woolworths that may be of interest to keto followers. Many are processed so not really suitable for “clean keto”. Victorian data, some may not be available interstate. Consider house brands may be cheaper than ‘specials’
Alcohol (except no carb beer) excluded. Drink prices exclude recycling deposits. Fruit & Veg probably vary by state, so excluded.
If you are doing an online order, I suggest you also look at the stores' ONLINE ONLY specials as I don't always include all of these, many are multibuys.
Coles ‘locked prices’ might now be considered specials but same every week til April so not included as specials
COLES Coles web pages are a mess, prices showing as a special in the List function are not showing as specials when you drill down into details. So some of these prices cannot be trusted. To make matters worse, they have now taken down the old pages.
- Beer - NEW Hahn Ultra Low Carb Bottles 6x330mL $18 has less than 1g of carbs per bottle and only 87 calories
- Berries, frozen - Coles frozen berries 500g 2 for $11
- Bread/Wraps - Simson's Pantry Low Carb High Protein 5 pack 225g , & Keto minis, 156g 2 for $9, Simson's Pantry Low Carb Keto 5 pack 200g 2 for $10
- Cheese - South Cape Flavoured Cream Cheese 200g $5.10
- Cheese - Cheer Cheese Slices 750g $14
- Cheese - King Island Cape Wickham Double Brie or Camembert 200g $8.90
- Cheese - Always cheddar cheese block or slices on special
- Confectionery - Eclipse Mints 40g $2.80
- Dips - Always something on special - all brands have high and low carbs
- Dips - Black Swan 2 for $7, Black Swan classic 2 for $6.50,
- Drinks - Monster Energy 4x500mL2 for $17
- Drinks - Kirks zero 1.25L $1.40, 10 cans $6.95
- Drinks - Red Bull Energy 8x250mL$13.20
- Drinks - Coca-Cola, Fanta or Sprite 12x300mLbottles $9.10
- Drinks - Frantelle Spring Water 24x600mL$6.40 half price
- Drinks - Lo Bros Kombucha 330mL $2.50
- Drinks - Pepsi max Diet Sunkist or Solo 1.25 Litre $1.25
- Drinks, no sweetener - Schweppes Infused Sparkling Water 10x375mL $8
- Drinks - Nexba Kombucha 4x330mL 4 pack $6
- Fish - Coles Fresh Tasmanian Salmon Portions Skin Off $32kg
- Fish - John West 90g tuna or 95g salmon $1.45. Wild Tides 95g tuna $1.10
- Fish - Birds Eye SteamFresh Fish 380g $7 some with sauce
- Fish - Sirena tuna 425g $6.50, 185g $3.60
- Fish - John West Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon 210g, or 105g red $5.50
- Fish - Ling Oscar sardines 105g $2.50
- Ice cream - Twisted Licks 4 pack $7
- Ice cream - Denada sticks 3 pack or Lil Nadas $8.50 ONLINE ONLY
- Mayonnaise - Kewpie Mayonnaise 300g $4.30 don’t buy ½ version, Hellmans real 400g $5.50, Best Foods 405g $4.50
- Meat - Lamb loin chops $23kg
- Meat - Gravy beef $17kg
- Meat - Pork forequarter cutlets $12.50kg
- Meat - Whole uncooked chicken $4.50kg, Wings $7kg, Free Range whole $9kg
- Meat - Coles Made Easy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Parcels with Pumpkin Spinach & Fetta Stuffing 600g $11
- Meat - Lamb Rack Roast $30kg
- Meat - Don kabana $3.30 ea
- Meat - Moira Mac's Classic Mini Chicken Kababs 90g $3
- Meat - Spam Canned Ham 340g $3.75
- Meat - Primo gluten free kransky 250g $4.50
- Milk, almond - Vitasoy UHT $1.65, Sanitarium So good fridge $3.30, UHT $2
- Oil, EV olive - Cobram Estate Aust 750ml $10.80, Red Island Aust 500ml $6
- Peanut butter - Mayvers 375g $4.60, Sanitarium $3.50
- Protein bars/cookies - QUEST PB cups $3.15
- Protein powder - Musashi High Protein Powder 900g flavoured $52
- Sauce, pasta - Cucina Matese Passata 700g $2.40 check for sugar
- Stock - Campbells Real 1l $3
- Sweetener - Truvia (Erythritol, Steviol Glycosides, Chicory root fibre) Caster, Brown, Icing 280-360g $6
- Syrup -Queen sugar free maple 355ml $3.50
- Yoghurt, flavoured - Chobani No Sugar Added Greek or Natural light 150g $2
- Yoghurt, flavoured - Yoplait Zero 6x160g $4.80 sweetener
- Yoghurt, flavoured - Danone YoPro Perform 20g protein 175g $2.50
- Yoghurt, flavoured - Danone Activia Probiotics 4x125g $3.50
- Yoghurt, plain - Tamar Valley Greek 1kg $6
WOOLWORTHS Woolies has a range of health products @ 30% off, I have put some under the Protein heading for convenience. Woolworths is “printed catalog only” as their web pages have not been updated by 6am. I may try again later in the day.
- Cheese - Always cheddar cheese block or slices on special
- Cheese - King Island Brie or Camembert 175-200g $8.90
- Cheese - Woolworths Brie or Camembert 125g $3
- Confectionery - Noshu Bars 42g $2.45 see also Snacks, sweet for multipacks
- Dips - Always something on special - all brands have high and low carbs
- Drinks - Gatorade zero or G active 600ml $2.30
- Drinks - Coca-Cola No Sugar 30 x 375ml $24.95
- Drinks - Coca-Cola, Sprite, Fanta Soft Drink Can Varieties or Mount Franklin Lightly Sparkling 10 x 375ml $8.75
- Drinks - Monster No sugar energy 4 x 500ml $8.30
- Drinks - Remedy Kombucha 4 x 250ml or 1.25 Litre $6
- Fish - Sirena tuna 95g $2.30
- Fish - Thawed Cooked WA Rock Lobster $23 not all stores
- Fish - Woolworths Frozen Barramundi 1 kg $18kg
- Mayonnaise - Hellmann’s Real Mayonnaise Squeeze 400-432g $5.50
- Meat - Australian Easy Carve Lamb Leg Roast $17kg
- Meat - Australian Pork Belly Roast $16kg
- Meat - Chicken drumsticks $4kg
- Meat - D’Orsogna Deli Fresh Sliced Meats 80-100g $2.80
- Meat - Plumrose canned meats half price
- Meat - Pork shoulder boneless roast $8kg
- Meat - Primo Short Cut Bacon 750g $11
- Meat - Woolworths COOK Pork Shoulder with BBQ Sauce 560g $12.50 ditch half the sauce
- Nuts - Australian Natural Walnuts 500g $9
- Oil, EV olive - Bertolli 750ml $9
- Pancake mix - Noshu Sugar Free Pancake Mix 240g $4,45 higher carbs
- Protein - Bsc Body Science Clean Greens Superfoods Tropical 150g $25
- Protein bars - QUEST PB cups $3.36, Bounce Load Up High Protein Bar 60g $3.50 (higher carbs), Keep It Cleaner Collagen Bar 40g $2.45 (check ingredients)
- Protein drinks - BSc Pre-Workout Coffee 150g $17.50
- Protein drinks - Cellucor C4 Sport supplement Powder 285g $33.60 looks like electrolytes ?
- Protein powder - DOSE & Co. Pure Collagen Powder 200g $28
- Protein powder, plant - Kapowder Plant Based Protein Strength 220g $15.40 - This brand has a large range of vegan, no sugar powders.all 30% off
- Protein powder, plant - Prana On Plant Protein Shake Vanilla Flavor
- Protein water - Bodiez Protein Water Powder Pouch 290g $24.50, BSc Body Science Protein Collagen Water 350g $24.50
- Snacks, sweet - Noshu Low Carb Indulgence or Nut Bars 150-160g 5 Pk $6.20 muesli aise, Aussie Bodies 5 pack $7 see also Noshu single bars under Confectionery heading
- Stock - Maggie Beer 500ml $4
- Yoghurt, flavoured - Chobani FiT 15g Protein Yogurt Pot or Pouch 140-170g $1.25 half price
- Yoghurt, plain - Chobani Greek whole milk 907g $5.50
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2023.03.21 19:40 SpartanEC2014 Two replacement owners needed for keeper league
Looking for two replacement managers for keeper league. 12 team league, weekly head to head points, ESPN, keeper (up to 15 can be kept each year), $25 buy-in on League Safe. PM me if interested.
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2023.03.21 19:39 Gaming_N_Whiskey Bardstown Trip Recap
We regularly see posts in bourbon
asking for Bourbon Trail trip recommendations. My wife and I just returned from a trip to Bardstown, and I wanted to offer you guys some feedback on our experiences. Hopefully you will find them useful for planning your own trip to Bardstown.
First, a very special "thank you" to u/Old_Riff_502
. Old Riff always posts very useful information in the forums. I also privately messaged him and I was amazed with the amount advice that he provided on the area. I don't think we would have had nearly as a excellent of a trip had it not been for him. Thank you again! Hotel:
We stayed at the La Quinta Inn & Suites from Wednesday evening until Sunday morning. The hotel was new, clean, and offered free breakfast every day (although we never actually ate it). The hotel is easy to get in and out of. It seemed like we were only a five minute drive away from anywhere we were trying to go. However, it's not very centrally located. You're not walking anywhere important from the hotel. The other knock on the hotel (and this seems more just industry standard these days), is that we never had anyone come in to do a room refresh at all during our trip. Nobody took out the trash, refreshed room coffee, or soaps/shampoos. That being said, I would not mind staying here again at all! Distilleries (listed in order or preference):
Restaurants/Food (listed in order or preference):
- Kentucky Cooperage - I know it's cheating....this isn't technically a distillery. But hear me out. Kentucky Cooperage is located in Lebanon, KY which is maybe a 30-minute drive from Bardstown. It may have been my favorite experience of the whole trip! The visitor's center is very unassuming; it looks like a small store in a strip mall. But the magic happens when you are shuttled across the street to walk the factory. Watching these craftsmen create bourbon barrels was impressive! The skill and meticulous attention required for each barrel was very cool to witness. I think this was one of the cheaper tours as well at ~$15.
- Jim Beam - Beam Made Bourbon - The James B. Beam distillery is located in Clermont, KY, which was a 25-minute drive from Bardstown. Although it does feel sterile and corporate feeling at times, I had an excellent time! The tour runs like a well oiled machine! Our tour guide Terry was knowledgeable of the distillery and the area. The sheer scope of the Jim Beam operation is mind boggling! Many generic distillery tours start to get repetitive. But I thought the Jim Beam tour was one of the best. The site and setting are really cool. There is also a spot where you can select a bottle of Knob Creek 9-year single barrel and watch it get filled through the bottling process. You can then take home your bottle for $60. The tasting was probably my favorite of the trip. We were given Jim Beam White Label, Basil Hayden 10-year, Knob Creek 9-year, and then a bourbon of your choice - Bakers 7, Legent, or Knob Creek 18-year. The store had some interesting bottles. There was a distillery exclusive experimental batch of something which looked to be about 250 mL and was $70. When they opened that had a bottle of Little Book and a bottle of Booker's for sale. I missed them both. There were plenty of bottles of Knob Creek 18-year which were selling for $180, and there was a Jim Beam Lineage which looked fancy but was selling for ~$280. I spoke to our tour guide after the tour for a bit. After the tour you walk back down through the gift shop and I noticed them putting another bottle of Booker's on the shelf. I was able to purchase this for $100. So it seems like they do restock some items throughout the day. There is also an excellent restaurant on site called the Kitchen Table (more on this later).
- Bardstown Bourbon - Rickhouse Tasting - This was a very unique experience. Bardstown Bourbon is a very modern facility, and the experience feels different from many from the long established brands. This tour was done in a very cold rickhouse (apparently they are always cold). Our tour guide gave us an overview of Bardstown Bourbon as a brand and some of the things they are working on. We then proceeded to get samples poured directly from the barrel via a whiskey thief. We tried a wheated bourbon which he said is part of their Origin series, a regular bourbon (which was not released yet), and a 95/5 rye. We then proceeded to go to a speakeasy type tasting room to for our last sample of Fusion #8. This was followed up by a walk back to the gift shop where we were told we would get to keep our sample glasses. The restaurant's food looked wonderful but we didn't eat. There were also a TON of pours available at their bar. I was interested in purchasing the Origin bourbon, but he said that they were sold out. I later found one a Total Wine. They did have quite a few bottles for sale though - many of Bardstown collaborative releases, Bardstown only releases, as well as bottles that use Bardstown to make their bourbon.
- Maker's Mark - We did the standard Maker's Mark tour. The grounds were great! Very hilly and picturesque. Unfortunately, we were visiting in the winter, so it was not very colorful. But I could see this being amazing in the spring or fall! The history explored was very interesting. The tasting was wonderful, as I always enjoy Maker's Mark. We tasted regular Maker's, Maker's Cask Strength, Maker's 46, Maker's 46 Cask Strength, and a French Toast stave select. We purchased a bottle in the gift shop and we were able to hand dip it which was pretty cool. I was hoping to have lunch here, but their restaurant was being redone. They had a tasting bar opened which offered a limited selection of Maker's pours and cocktails. I really enjoyed the Makers 46 cask strength, and was hoping to buy a bottle. But that was unavailable. They had standard Maker's bottles for sale, Maker's 46, standard Maker's cask strength, and a Blueberry stave select bottle for purchase. We chose a standard Maker's with a limited edition label where some of the proceeds support women's education.
- Wilderness Trail - This is a bit of a hike from Bardstown - probably about 45-minutes. But I thought it was well worth the trip! Wilderness Trail is a very modern facility. They really put an emphasis on the science behind the bourbon. I thought it was very cool to learn about the variety of yeasts utilized by Wilderness Trial. This was a pretty generic distillery tour. The tasting is done in the gift shop, which got a little loud at the end due to another tour coming in. We tried a wheated, a higher rye, a cask strength, and their rye. To me, much of Wilderness Trail's rye comes off as minty, and that is a turnoff for me. But their high-rye standard bourbon was a favorite of mine! We spoke to the tour guide after the tour, and he said "I've got something for you to try". We tried a three barrel blend of master distillery selected bottles - one wheated and one high-rye. I liked the high-rye and purchased a bottle for about $65. They also had a limited release for a program they are doing with the Frasier museum which was available for purchase. It was a 6-year rye (it might have been 7-years, I forget at this point) for $135. Not being a fan of the rye, I passed on this.
- Heaven Hill - You Do Bourbon - This was a pretty cool experience! Heaven Hill's distillery was CROWDED with people. It seems to be a very popular stop on the Bourbon Trail. The You Do Bourbon experience was pretty pricey at $40 per person. But it was also really cool! We would each have the opportunity to purchase a bottle of our choice at the end of he tasting. 20 of us were taken back to a classroom setting, and we got right to tasting. We each had four samples in front of us - Bernheim 7-year Barrel Proof, Larceny Barrel Proof, Elijah Craig Barrel Proof, and then Heaven Hill Select Stock 14-year. I don't know much about the Select Stock. They did say it was 14-years aged in a high floor of the rickhouse and it was wheated. The tour guide gave us the hard FOMO sale on the Select Stock - it's only 25 barrels, it's exclusive to the distillery, once it's gone....it's gone. It also had a price tag of $200! I was disappointed that we had so much wheated whiskey or low rye options on the tasting. But the Elijah Craig was wonderful! I purchased a bottle of it for about $80. I bottled it up using an idiot proof machine, corked it, and my wife drew up the labels. It was a very cool experience! There was a bachelor party full of what my wife and I affectionately refer to as "Bourbon Bros" who bought into the FOMO. They purchased probably 12-15 bottles of the Select Stock on their own! Kentucky must love these tour groups!
- Four Roses Bottling Facility - This is kind of near the Jim Beam distillery, and I think it's worth popping your head in and checking out. We did this, and their gift shop had a Master Distiller selected private barrel of OESQ for $105. I've yet to try it, but I am very excited to!
- Limestone Branch - We stopped in here for a quick flight. The flight they gave was very generous: Minor Case Sherry Finished Rye, Yellowstone 4-year, Yellowstone Toasted, Yellowstone Single-Malt, Yellowstone Hand-picked, and their gin. This is one of the things I like best about Kentucky, you can try before you buy! Had I not been given this option, I would have purchased the Toasted and Single-Malt. I would have been disappointed with both of these purchases. Ultimately, none of these selections were for me. But it was a cool experience nonetheless.
- The Kitchen Table - This was my favorite restaurant this trip! The Kitchen Table is located at the Jim Beam Distillery. Prices are very reasonable, and the food is fantastic! We tried appetizers: Pulled Pork Empinadas with white BBQ sauce (which was the best thing I ate all trip!) and Pimento Cheese and some Peppery Jelly spread (also great!). We tried the Burgoo which was good. And their burger was excellent! There are also some great Jim Beam themed pours and cocktails available. I had some of the "Kentucky Tea" Booker's which was just too good! I would have eaten here all trip if it was closer!
- Mammy's - This is in downtown Bardstown, and we really enjoyed it! It's just great southern cooking. We ate their for breakfast one day. We had biscuits and gravy, and eggs and bacon. We also went back for dinner one night and had a BLFT with Pimento Cheese, Hot Browns, and fried cornbread. I'm drooling as I type just remembering how great this was! The bar also has a ton of solid bourbons and decent prices. They even have live music certain evenings.
- Quick Stop - Old Riff swore by this place, and he nailed it! The Quick Stop is just a gas station on the way out of Bardstown. But they service awesome Jake's Country Sausage biscuits to go. This country sausage is just too good! We ate their on our way out to the Kentucky Cooperage and again on the way to the airport.
- Hadorn's Bakery - This place is a hole in the wall serving donuts. They had one of the best jelly donuts I've ever had. Very solid.
- Cozy Cottage - This is located by Maker's Mark. It's a total dive, but the food was decent and prices were fine. I got a burger, the wife had the pot roast special. I could take it or leave it.
- Herradura - This is a Mexican restaurant in Bardstown. It was actually pretty good! The food was decent and came out very fast. Like most places in Bardstown, they had a hell of a bourbon selection at reasonable prices.
- Sedona Taphouse - This was actually over in Lexington. They had a large amount of draft beers which I enjoyed. I also took advantage of the pours of Booker's for $15 and Stagg Jr for $10. Food was good as well.
We had a wonderful trip. We really enjoyed our time at Bardstown. Old Riff and the advice he provides on this forum is invaluable! Listen to this dude. There was a couple that hired a driver one day and we saw them at four of their five stops (the only thing they did that we didn't was they did a chocolate pairing at Lux Row). They paid $900 for their chauffeured experience! Ours basically cost us the price of admission plus a few hours poking around on Reddit's boards and distillery websites.
A few tips for those considering a visit to Bardstown:
- Personally, I don't think you need a driver. The distilleries don't give you more than 2 oz on a tour. We weren't looking to drink a lot at the distilleries. But with some of the bar selections available at the distilleries it would have been easy to get carried away. That said, know your limits. If you are going to be drinking more than the 2 oz given at tastings, consider hiring a driver.
- Reserve ahead of time, especially on weekends! Our Thursday tours were pretty empty. Sometimes there was only an additional couple or two on our tours. But the Friday and especially Saturday tours were much more crowded.
- Don't get caught up in FOMO. There are plenty of bottles for sale at area liquor stores well above retail. There are also quite a few limited or distillery only releases. These don't necessarily equate to bourbon you will enjoy. Don't buy something just because it might be the only time you'll be able to get it.
- Try before you buy! It's pretty easy in most cases to get a pour of something before committing to a whole bottle. You'll find a bottle which sounds like it might be your thing is actually something you don't enjoy.
- Take the time to talk to people. There were definitely people that were there to "hunt" bottles. You could just feel the eye rolls by employees. These people walk in, ask for a bottle, and walk out. You're in Kentucky! Sit back and experience whiskey for yourself! Try a pour of something you've never heard of based on the recommendation of a stranger at the bar. Trade stories of restaurants/distilleries/attractions you enjoyed during your day. You might even get the inside scoop on something that you may have missed otherwise.
- Bardstown outside of peak season lacks off hours attractions. We also could have missed them. But we found that most attractions and even locally owned shops opened at 10am and closed at 4pm. There wasn't much to do in the evenings other than pony up to the bar. It's fine, but a little variety would have been welcome. I'm told it's a little more lively in season. But we definitely enjoyed the smaller crowds.
Anyway, that's all I've got! If you're planning on visiting Bardstown anytime soon, I'm genuinely envious. It's a wonderful place. Thanks for reading!
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2023.03.21 19:15 UnhappyGuava2869 [UK][SELLING] Lots of manga!
Going through my collection and having a spring clean. I’ve kind of estimated the prices but I’m happy to change them especially if you want multiple please just let me know. The quality changes between each set, the only one of noticeable worst quality is dears as I had bought it second hand that way. If youd like any more photos of any specific book please just let me know! Shipping will vary between the different sets but I will let you know what it will be if you’re interested.
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|Book name ||Volumes ||Price (£) |
|A devil and her love song ||1-2 ||8 |
|After school nightmare ||1 ||3 |
|Ai Ore ||1-8 ||30 |
|Alice of deadlines ||1 ||3 |
|Animal Academy ||2 ||3 |
|Arata the legend ||1-3 ||8 |
|Are you Alice? ||1-2 ||8 |
|Baby Birth ||1-2 ||8 |
|Bad teachers equation ||1 ||15 |
|Beauty pop ||1-6 ||30 |
|Black god ||1 ||3 |
|Cactus Secret ||1 ||3 |
|Arya no Ceres celestial legend ||1-4 ||16 |
|Chibi vampire ||1 ||3 |
|Crimson empire ||1-2 ||8 |
|Deadman wonderland ||1-4 ||25 |
|Dears (yellow sun stained) ||1-8 ||25 |
|Demon diary ||1, 3, 3, 4-7 ||20 |
|Demon love spell ||1-5 ||25 |
|Dream saga ||1 ||3 |
|Dengeki daisy ||1-16 ||120 |
|D.Grey-man ||2, 3 ||5 |
|Full moon ||1, 1-5 ||30 |
|Gate 7 ||1-2 ||10 |
|The gentleman’s alliance ||1-4 ||30 |
|Guru guru pon-chan ||1-9 ||60 |
|Gravitation ||3&4, 7&8, 9&10 ||30 |
|Happy lesson ||1 ||3 |
|Hes my only vampire ||1 ||4 |
|Higurashi ||2-8, 11 and title below ||100 |
|Higurashi demon exposing arc || || |
|Hot Gimmick ||2, 4 ||7 |
|I.N.V.U ||2-5 ||20 |
|is it wrong to pick up girls in a dungeon (light novel) ||1-7 ||60 |
|is it wrong to pick up girls in a dungeon Sword Oratoria (light novel) ||1 ||7 |
|Judge ||1-2 ||7 |
|Kaiju girl caramelise ||5 ||8 |
|kamisama kiss ||1-4 ||30 |
|kare kano ||2-3 ||5 |
|kiss of the rose princess ||1-3 ||9 |
|Koihime Soushi ||1 ||4 |
|Kyo Kara maoh ||1-2 ||14 |
|legal drug ||1 ||3 |
|Love mode ||1 ||3 |
|Loveless ||1-6 ||30 |
|Machimaho ||1-4 ||30 |
|Magi ||1 ||4 |
|Magical girl Apocalypse ||1-2 ||7 |
|Manga dogs ||1 ||7 |
|Masamune Kun’s revenge ||1 ||7 |
|Nabari no ou ||1 ||3 |
|Nightmares for sale ||1 ||3 |
|Otomen ||1 ||3 |
|Pretty Face ||1-6 ||70 |
|Punch up! ||1 ||6 |
|Rosario Vampire ||1-4 ||16 |
|Shaman King ||26 ||6 |
|Three in love ||1 ||6 |
|Trinity Blood ||10 ||4 |
|Tsubasa ||1 ||2 |
|Ugly ducklings love revolution ||1 ||3 |
|Vassalord ||1 ||3 |
|Ysquare ||1 ||4 |
|Zombie loan ||2 ||3 |
|Manhattan love story ||1 ||12 |
|Kurashina Sensai Passion ||1 ||5 |
|Passion ||1, 3-4 ||14 |
|Romeo & Juliet ||1 ||10 |
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2023.03.21 19:14 Gallantpride Older students, what do you do for spring break?
I'm curious if most older (25+) students go to spring break gatherings. Do you stay home, go to the major vacation spots, go to vacation elsewhere, etc? If you do party, does being older then others make it awkward?
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2023.03.21 18:59 nikechristmas March 2023 DAT breakdown (25AA/24TS/24PAT)
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Hi everyone, I took my DAT earlier this week and thought I might do a breakdown. Before I took the test I learned a lot of helpful information from others’ write ups, so hopefully this information can help somebody else! https://preview.redd.it/clm6ujuws4pa1.png?width=628&format=png&auto=webp&s=c31553609d3715079b98b84d78f05671cb9de6bf Scores:
PAT – 27
QR – 25
RC – 28
Bio – 26
GC – 27
OC – 21
TS – 24
AA – 25
I’m a senior Biochemistry major with a 3.5 GPA. I took a semester off so there were parts of biology from bio 1/2 that I had to work to relearn. Last semester I took molecular biology and genetics so those sections were very fresh (didn’t spend as much time reviewing)
- DATBooster – I think booster was very representative of the kinds of questions on the test. I felt like I was getting déjà vu on the biology section especially—there were many questions that felt almost straight out of booster practice problems. Booster was very helpful in getting up to speed for the biology section, which was my main challenge coming into the test. Hit the Feralis notes hard! I really appreciated how they continuously update the sections, as some of the materials they added I encountered again on my test. I thought their PAT generators were very close to the PAT section on the real test. I was recommended Booster by a friend who used the 8-week schedule and scored a 24 on the real test (and is now a D1). I used the 12-week schedule and was very satisfied with how it was laid out. The cheaper price compared to other prep courses was the main draw for me. Although I can’t speak to other courses, I am really happy I ended up using booster.
- ACS organic chemistry study guide – I took the ACS test for organic chemistry 1.5 years ago while I was taking organic 2. The ACS has a study guide for that test which I went through before the ACS exam, and ended up scoring very highly. The “study questions” go over the logic of correct and incorrect answers in depth. In college, organic chemistry felt much easier than my biology classes, so I expected to have an easier time studying for the organic sections. Although I didn’t really improve on my organic scores throughout the 12 weeks of studying, there were some problems I don’t know if I could have figured out if I hadn’t done the study guide again.
I began planning for my DAT prep in September of last year. I decided to go with the 12 week schedule because a good amount of material was no longer fresh in my mind (I took organic 1&2 ~1.5 years ago, bio 1&2 ~3 years ago). In addition, the majority of my studying would take place during my senior spring semester. I’m only taking 2 classes, but both have labs, and they’ve ended up being pretty time consuming. I think my workload ended up being equivalent to taking three classes. On average, I spent 3 hours a day on DAT prep. I stopped doing RC and PAT practice (aside from on the mock tests) at around the halfway point. I felt like I was getting decent scores, and needed to spend the time on the science sections. I didn’t do many of the gen chem optional videos. Towards the end I hit the study notes for all sections fairly hard. I think they are very well written and concise. I began studying December 20th. I took my test March 13th which was roughly 12 weeks. At the time, Booster hadn’t updated the 12 week schedule, so I just used the 10 week one until the 12 came out, and then swapped out for the updated 12 week schedule. The change was seamless. A few tips I would go back in time and tell myself:
-If you miss a day don’t panic. Actually, even if you miss several. There were a few times where I had to chop up a day or two and add it to other days. This worked fine and it seemed like Booster wasn’t designed to be used one single way.
-Slight modifications are not just fine, but good! I have difficulty paying attention to lectures on the computer compared to in person. Most of the videos I watched on 1.5x speed, and I spent more time reading the study notes. If you’re like me and forget a lot after watching a video, you might benefit from spending more time on a different format.
-Try to take the practice tests in a quiet, individual desk space. I used my library’s cubicle desks and the experience was very close to what it was like at the test center.
Practice test scores:
Day of Exam:
The day before I felt very nervous about the test. Booster suggests you take the day completely off studying and I’m glad I did. Hanging out with my friends and family helped take my mind off the test. Bio (26):
The bio questions felt easier than the Booster practice tests. I’ve heard other people talk about studying for “breadth over depth” in biology and I agree. Very few questions were the type of highly-specific, pointed questions that I was afraid of encountering. I would recommend memorizing as much of the Booster bio cheat sheets as you can as they covered A LOT of the content on the test. I spent a lot of time studying for this section and I feel very lucky to have gotten a 26 on this section. Bio doesn’t come easy to me and I had to study a lot of material over and over, even during the final week. GC (27):
This section felt slightly easier than the practice tests but very close. I felt like more questions were conceptual than the on the practice tests, in particular the ones about enzyme kinetics, rate of reaction, free energy, and thermodynamics. Overall I think doing all the extra practice problems and reviewing the study notes was very effective in preparing for the questions on the real test. OC (21):
This was the section I had the most difficulty in overall. I didn’t really improve much on my practice test scores or the actual section on the test. Although I was hoping to do slightly better I was happy that I got the score I did. On practice test 7 I got a 16 on this section which definitely made me panic a little during the prep. After getting that score I started reviewing a lot heavier and I started using the ACS study guide in addition to redoing all the extra practice problems on booster. This section I felt was very balanced in terms of the kinds of questions asked and that it covered a wide range of topics without overemphasizing anything in particular. I would try to commit as many solvents/unique reactions to memory as I think I got tripped up on the products of certain reactions. PAT (24):
I felt this section was much easier than the practice problems/practice tests. I think they were about the same difficulty as some of the easier generator problems. For almost every question on the keyholes, TFE, and pattern folding, I was able to narrow it down to one of two options, and the correct option was not hard to deduce. The angle ranking, cube counting, and hole punching felt closer to booster practice tests but maybe a little easier. I would make sure to practice floating cubes for the cube counting section, I had a couple on there. Overall since the KH/TFE were easier I had a bit more time than usual on the practice tests to review answers at the end. RC (28):
I think I had a fair bit of luck on this section because in all honestly this section felt slightly harder than most of the practice tests. The passages were a bit denser and I felt like the sentences had more details than I was used to. When studying for RC, I tried all the methods but settled on hunting and pecking the answer for each question as I got the same score for this method as the others while having more time to review answers. I would do as much RC practice as you can until you feel very comfortable with your technique. QR (25):
This section felt very close to the booster practice tests. There seemed to be a lot of graphing questions, I had one or two covering the equation of a circle on a graph. Overall there were no surprises on this section, what helped me during studying was just marking every question I missed and reviewing the concepts/strategy and redoing them until I was getting them right. There were also a good amount of multi-part graph interpretation questions where they asked you to do some math on different numbers on the graph.
I’ve read a lot of great write ups from other people and after taking my DAT I realize there’s no single correct way to prepare for this test. I think being very honest with what you know/don’t know is critical for using your study time effectively. I was nervous at times because I was hoping to study around 5-6 hours a day and ended up doing ~3 hours a day. However if you dial in while studying and minimize distractions, you prepare very effectively even with a tighter schedule. Some good advice I got from a friend who took the test before me was that you likely won’t feel confident until close to the end of your prep. I definitely experienced this. After the end of the learning phase (first 7 weeks) I did not feel like I had retained almost any of the material. As you do the practice tests, you will be able to gauge your strengths and areas more accurately for improvement. Good luck and you can do it!
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2023.03.21 18:38 PoseidonDaughter Souvenir/Gift Ideas
Hello, I am studying in SD, and going to the east coast for Spring Break. I want to take something for friends/family there.
My budget is $25-$30 per gift (max). I went to Old Town, but didn't like the gifts there, and they were kinda overpriced.
Can you suggest what I can gift, where can I buy it from, if possible the price estimate?
(Heard that pistachios/almonds/cashews in California are a specialty? please confirm)
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2023.03.21 18:24 MsWeather Feds update student loan forgiveness, IDR account adjustment. What to know.
The Biden administration has again updated key deadlines and the overall timeline for borrowers hoping to receive student loan forgiveness under a one-time IDR account adjustment.
An Income Driven Repayment plan adjustment is different from President Joe Biden’s sweeping $10,000 forgiveness plan, announced at the same time. That one-time forgiveness effort currently is blocked by the courts. The IDR adjustment is one of several ways the Biden administration is attempting to reform student loan systems and aid borrowers.
Here’s what borrowers should know.
IDR account adjustment can provide loan forgiveness
Last year, the Biden administration announced the IDR Account Adjustment, a sweeping one-time fix to address ongoing issues with federal Income Driven Repayment plans.
Currently, there are four types of IDR plans. They allow borrowers to make payments on their federal student loans according to a formula based on their income and family size.
The system is supposed to help lower-income borrowers make progress on payments without being overwhelmed by their loans, but there have been issues since the beginning: The Education Department and its contracted loan servicers did not always adequately inform borrowers about IDR options, and recent reports confirmed advocates’ concerns that the programs were being mismanaged. The multiple types of plans also are confusing and can be difficult to navigate.
The Biden administration wants to use IDR Account Adjustment to address those issues. Changes include:
- A retroactive credit toward a borrower’s 20- or 25-year student loan forgiveness term, even if they are not presently in an IDR plan.
- A credit toward Public Service Loan Forgiveness for qualifying borrowers.
- A credit for Parent PLUS borrowers.
Borrowers who reach the 20- or 25-year threshold for student loan forgiveness following the adjustment would receive a full discharge, as well as a refund of any excess payments. Millions of additional borrowers will receive new credit toward their repayment term, getting them closer to eventual student loan forgiveness. Those borrowers would then need to continue repaying their loans under an IDR plan to make continued progress.
What are the timelines and deadlines?
Initially, the Education Department told borrowers they would begin receiving student loan forgiveness by the fall of 2022.
Now, officials say expected student loan forgiveness will occur this spring, and borrowers receiving adjustments will see changes in 2024.
Do I need to apply for a IDR Account Adjustment retroactive credit?
No formal application is required to receive the retroactive credit. But borrowers do need to continue repaying their loans under an IDR plan to continue making progress toward forgiveness.
Do I need to consolidate my loans?
Borrowers with non-Direct and non-government-held federal student loans need to consolidate those loans into the federal Direct consolidation program in order to benefit from the IDR Account Adjustment.
That deadline also has been extended.
“Borrowers who have commercially managed FFEL, Perkins, or Health Education Assistance Loan Program loans should apply for a Direct Consolidation Loan by the end of 2023 to get the full benefits of the one-time account adjustment,” reads the current guidance.
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2023.03.21 18:13 blankford New Magpul Ranch stock with STANAG magwell, 300BLK FDE. Feels very nice. Figuring out the bipod and/or sling next.
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2023.03.21 17:54 Chariotwheel Let's Watch the Spring 2023 PVs together on Friday, the 24th of March
Not everyone is watching all anime PVs for the upcoming season. As they release scattered over months it's easy to miss some. So this is an opportunity to experience all PVs of the next season with fellow enthusiasts. We get together and watch a list of non-sequel PVs for the upcoming Spring Season in unison. u/chiliehead has also created a discord server for voice chat during the viewing: https://discord.gg/JhExKs4p
18:30 UTC+0 - Arknights PVs
19:00 UTC+0 - Anime PVs
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