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2014.12.22 21:48 SunkenCitySon From LAX to LA Harbor

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

2021.11.09 01:27 jj302 stonedpizza

Stoned Pizza provides cannabis pizza and product delivery, pickup and dine-in services in New York & New Jersey. The restaurant is located in the heart of East Village, Manhattan.

2015.05.14 18:05 fatpinkchicken CW's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom) is a successful, driven, and possibly crazy young woman who impulsively gives up everything – her partnership at a prestigious law firm and her upscale apartment in Manhattan – in a desperate attempt to find love and happiness in that exotic hotbed of romance and adventure: suburban West Covina, Calif. (it’s only two hours from the beach! Four in traffic).

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2023.03.31 18:13 Dhowe214 Scuba Trip + Random Beta?

First, thanks for this sub! Feedback and information in this sub has been really helpful for us while planning our last minute trip. We're booked and headed down April 17th. We're primarily coming for Scuba and booked an all-inclusive through PADI. (TBH, all-inclusive is not my first choice when traveling. However, it is incredibly affordable considering, food, lodging, and dives, when booked through PADI).
I have a couple questions and hoped this sub could help: -After reading A LOT of feedback about quality of food in the regular level, we upgraded to the Royal Level at Occidental. We heard/read this is worth the extra couple of hundred dollars for more a' la carte options, the smaller "private" royal level pool, additional reservations at the other restaurants, and access to all inclusive room service. Any opinions on the Royal Level, the Occidental generally, or any specifics about food/beverages that we should know?
-After watching a lot of YouTube tour videos of the resorts, diving, local area, it seems like everyone is drinking drinks with ice in them and also being served (purified) water at the table. Are we OK to have beverages with ice in them? Or should we be really careful regarding water and make sure we're only consuming purified water, bottled water, and ice?
-If we get time that we're not diving, we'd like to leave the resort, rent scooters, and check out some local taco spots or more authentic places to eat and potentially a cool beach. Are there any not-to-miss spots that you would recommend?

-Any absolute necessities to pack? (Outside of the obvious... like a traveler's first aid kit, sun hat, Save The Reef recommended sunscreen, and dive equipment).
While we are doing the all-inclusive thing on this trip, it's definitely not our first choice and we like to try and experience more of the island, culture, food, and practice our (terrible) Spanish skills. We'd love any feedback on what to do, where to go, and anything that's not worth it/things to avoid.
Thanks so much for any input. We're looking forward to this trip!
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2023.03.31 18:13 ellerazr Anyone else Covid-cautious/"still-Coviding" and struggling?

So, it's been three years since the world locked down and very little has changed in my home. My husband and I have the immense privilege to be able to work from home. We don't have little ones, so no stress over school or play dates. And we live in a city where we were already fairly isolated. Add in his bad lungs, my bad heart, previous experience of long-term post-viral malaise, and a host of other risk factors, and yeah – for us, our personal circumstances, it continues to make a lot of sense to avoid Covid like... well, the plague.
Since more info has come out about the impact of even mild infection on the brain, I've been extra terrified as an ADHD-er. If the part of my brain that's already underdeveloped could shrink even more from what people are now calling a cold... I mean, I nearly put my wedding ring through the laundry last night, I can't afford more neurological damage.
But the first ADHD symptom I ever recognized was this conflict-seeking little rage monster inside of me, and honestly, it's gaining way too much power in this era so many are quick to call "post-Covid," as if loved ones weren't still dying every single day from the virus itself or from the stealthy, too-often unseen-until-it's-too-late effects on hearts, vascular systems, every damn part of the body. I feel angry all the time. To see friends' kids repeatedly exposed, their immune systems getting battered so every non-Covid infection lasts twice as long as it should... Every day, at least once, I find myself bubbling up with rage that we as a society couldn't agree to do more to protect them.
And it feels so ironic to be angry at the wider world. Hypocritical, even. Hell, I used to count cigarettes among my very best friends. They made life worth living, 5 minutes at a time. F the lungs. We all *know* about the ills of cigarettes, but there's been f*ck all attention paid to the emerging research on Covid's long-term effects. Who am I to side-eye anyone for choosing impulsivity, for choosing immediate joy, wider risks be damned?
But there's also this little part of me that can't help but think: if I can take every precaution – if I, the idiot who has inflicted so much permanent damage over the years by doing things I knew I shouldn't and by not doing things I knew I should, can be the last careful person in our social and family circles – why can't more people out there put society before self? (CC: climate change, etc.)
Having had to fight, and fight hard for accommodations, I feel broken and hopeless living through a mass disabling event. I keep pushing for UDL at my school, cautioning the higher-ups that, while it was already the right thing to do, we're going to need it more and more going forward.
It's all so goddamn draining. In another time, my impulsivity could be used for good – it balanced the anxiety with useful distractions; a crappy day could become a joyful day by acting on some impromptu urge or idea, usually involving a wine bar or a train. But we can't *do* anything we used to enjoy. Most of my impulsivity gets channelled into regrettable purchases. Not a lot of dopamine to be found there. It also breaks through in terrible ways, like the time I popped into a restaurant to grab take-out, realized my mask was still on my wrist, and promptly had a nervous breakdown.
Anyway, I feel like being Covid-cautious with ADHD is a mindf*ck in all kinds of special ways, but also something I'm guessing plenty of us are doing because of our many risk factors and co-morbidities. Or maybe this is just the thing my brain has decided to fixate on today. Can anyone relate?
*Also, sorry if there's too much venting seeping through, my intention is NOT to shame or guilt or invalidate anyone here who doesn't feel/think/live the same way. The reality is that the system needs people not living like me to prevent collapse, and people living like me still need the system. Really, we all need each other (and should maybe just tear down the system together).
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2023.03.31 18:10 liverichly Subtract On The Pier Patrice Bäumel in Long Beach - Sun Apr 16

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2023.03.31 18:10 CanaMeow [Thank You] u/miav, u/stephkempf, u/wabisabi_sf, u/ninajyang, 4th week of March

Thank you u/miav x2, u/stephkempf, u/wabisabi_sf, u/ninajyang!
I've not bought ANY stickers or washi for the whole month of March! So on my next shopping spree, I won't feel as guilty for spending so much, hahaa!
u/miav (x2): Thank you for the: 1) view of Earth postcard! I really enjoyed reading about your visit to the space center! 2) TX postcard! Free postcards are the best, aren't they?! Your adventures sound so much fun! Thank you also for the extra cat stickers (I love the way you joined most of them together with washi tape!) and beautiful washi samples (I really can't pick a favourite; they're all so unique)! Your handmade envelope is so cheerful with the interior design of flowers and pastel colours! It's been so lovely receiving mail from you during your visit!
u/stephkempf: Thank you for the thank you card (from Paisley!) You're both so sweet! Was that her paw print on the inside of the card? I recognized the laptop cat sticker on your envelope! Also, the washi is very cute!
u/wabisabi_sf and u/ninajyang: Thank you for sending me a postcard from each of you, in the same (handmade) envelope, to celebrate RAoC's 10th birthday! I love the variety of postage stamps, including 2 Happy New Year stamps and an animal I'm not sure the name of! I really appreciate the extra stickers, too! (u/wabisabi_sf: I love the warm vacation vibes of the beach, and the Chronicle rubber stamp! u/ninajyang: Cute design! I read that you used a 10th wedding anniversary design? I love the celebratory wine washi!)
I hope everyone has an enjoyable weekend and a hopeful start to April!
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2023.03.31 18:10 Holgrin How Capitalism makes policing and public policy worse - DUIs Edition

DUIs, or DWIs, (Driving Under the Influence [of alcohol] or Driving While Intoxicated) are criminal offenses in all US states, and while individual state law may vary on definition and punishment, there isn't a whole lot of variation on the basic premise: if you drive while drunk, you can be cited for that offense, and if you have any alcohol present in your system while violating other traffic laws (such as getting in an accident) that is usually going to make your citation worse, even if you are under the "legal limit" (0.08 BAC most places - this distinction is all about burden of proof, if you're interested in that).
DUIs can bring in thousands of dollars per incident:
They get over 120,000 convictions per year in California alone:
That is up to about $240M in state revenue, without considering additional fines for repeat offenders.
For the state highway patrol with a $2.5B budget, that is still a significant added chunk of revenues: about 10%. So this is no small amount of money going to the various law enforcement and justice entities.
I can hear the libertarians shouting that "that's not capitalism, that's government!"
There are two ways that capitalism contributes to this. The first is by framing money and revenue as highly individualized problems: everybody has to get their own income/revenues/etc. The second is by treating literal property and land as privately-owned things, therefore making higher barriers to create better infrastructure.
Let's look at the revenue aspect.
State police departments can get money two ways: through government budgets and through taking a portion of fines or even seized assets (civil asset forfeiture, anyone?) throughout their duties. Budgets are somewhat static, and so revenue from fines feels like more of a variable input, and this incentivizes departments and individual officers (often directly through quotas) to go out and get citations. The argument for these fines and citations to begin with is that if we cite enough people, then people will stop, but do we know that DUI citations will eventually stop all DUIs? The trend is down overall, but this varies by state and things like education, infrastructure, and ride-sharing also play some role here. It's dubious to suggest that if we keep citing DUIs then eventually we'll stop them all for good.
Then there is the property aspect. In the US we are highly dependent on personal vehicles to get around, particularly in suburbs and rural areas. Creating infrastructure where people don't have to drive requires more rail, as well as designing town and city centers to better accomodate both the rail and foot traffic, which means utilizing more land for public use and spending a lot of money up front, which can be difficult politically.
If we think about how to stop DUIs, we can stop them by creating much easier ways for individuals and groups of people to get to places that serve alcohol and back to their homes without having to pay some premium for it in some way. Designated driver systems don't work well because it necessarily subjects one member of a social group to behave differently from the rest of the group, a significant social premium for drinkers, and ride sharing doesn't solve the problem because it still costs a premium relative to the expense of your own vehicle and gas. So many people roll the dice and drive after drinking and most don't get caught. Don't forget the statistics above only apply to those who drank and drove and were caught. A great many more people simply take the risk and "succeed."
Individual police could prevent far more DUIs than they currently do by parking in the lots of bars and restaurants and offering free breathalyzers and rides home. But that doesn't get them $240M a year in extra budget for their department: hiding a few miles down the road and pulling over potential drunk drivers does. This "personal responsibility" attitude that permeates our culture leads us to argue for policies which ostentibly do not work and prevents us from creating situations which we know with near certainty would dramatically improve those criteria we want to improve.
If you told me that a modern light rail network and more walkable town centers wouldn't dramatically cut down on DUIs I would stop taking you seriously.
Then of course there are other factors, like the massive influence of the private, for profit fossil fuel and personal vehicle industries. These private enterprises not only have spent and continue to spend billions on lobbying, PAC donations, and swaying public opinion, but the very presence (and ubiquitousness) of vehicles has contibuted to our approach to infrastructure for about a century. With or without any "government influence" cars and fossil fuels were going to make their mark.
In summation, we don't always police to stop the behaviors we want to stop because the financial incentives of our capitalist system make it nearly impossible to change our approach to policing, and the privatization of land, corporate profits, and personal responsibility for everything makes large projects like rail infrastructure much more difficult to implement. These factors all but ensure certain risky behaviors will continue to exist indefinitely even though it only exists due to our specific dependency on specific forms of transportation.
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2023.03.31 18:09 translatelove My Husband Has Been Unemployed for a Year, Overspending and Not Pulling His Weight at Home

My husband has been unemployed for a year now, and he's completely given up on looking for work. He spends all day watching TV and doing god knows what else. I’ll give him credit for dog care but he's not contributing to any other household chores in a meaningful way.
In addition to this, he has started overspending on unnecessary things. He books restaurant reservations without asking me first, and is not cooking meals or helping even though he’s home. He could cook. The fridge and cupboards are full but he orders food instead.
I'm the one who's been working full-time to support us, and I'm also taking care of almost all the household chores and responsibilities. I'm exhausted and stressed out, and I feel like I'm at my breaking point.
I've tried talking to my husband about how I feel and how his lack of contribution and overspending is affecting our relationship, but he just brushes me off and tells me he's "trying his best." He was struggling with depression but that seemed better at first but not anymore. I want to be supportive, but I can't keep carrying the weight of our household on my own.
In the morning I did a load of laundry before leaving for work. I had kindly asked him to put them in the dryer. I came home and nothing was done about it. This is not the first time.
He says he is applying for jobs and brushing up his CV but I haven’t seen any meaningful evidence for it.
Has anyone been in a similar situation? How did you handle it? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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2023.03.31 18:09 ayaylad357 I was asked for money to get employed

I'm an international student, i posted this in another thread and got labeled a troll by good folk. See international students, they can look for a job and work at the place for 3 4 years to get good at it expereinced and apply for a skill based PR after clearing a skill test.. Similarly i'm looking for a job at a restaurant. I approached some restaurants, i told them that these are my intentions, I told them sir i'll start at the bottom get me in for cleaning or doing whatever it is you need done at your place, give me some opportunity to grow and I can be a good worker for your workplace for 3 to 4 years. This way, i can get PR and settle in australia.
Now here is the shocking part, the part that got me labeled a troll and was told i had intentions to get aussie people riled up. I have no such intentions fellars, this out there is happening. I got asked to pay 30,000 to 40,000 australian dollars for learning the work and getting a sponsor while i don't work at the place. This is real, at one place near brisbane I got an offer for working at 60 dollars for 2 years. I don'tknow why this thing is so hard to believe. I quit my job as a courier driver to find a job at a restaurant, been asking around for almost 2 months now. I'm gonna uber and save some money and fly home, some things are just not meant to be and the most disheartening fact is that all those restaurants were from my community and instead of supporting people they exploit people, i'm not saying they should not exploit me because im from their community but not to exploit anyone like this.
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2023.03.31 18:08 Ripheus23 A theory of why apophenics do what they do

OK, so at first, I was working on a theory I have that there is a certain restaurant corporation that systemically exploits its schizophrenia-spectrum employees in a peculiar way. The idea was that this corporation has created a workplace culture, even for its franchisees, where impossible tasks will be assigned, no nonschizophrenic will be deceived into attempting for the "ideal," but people on the schizophrenia-spectrum at least cognitively (less on the hallucination side of things, much less the catatonic level) are used to drawing impossible connections between facts, so their sense of possibility can be manipulated and they will try, in vain, to do the impossible, they will be gaslit about it often as well (e.g. told that they're not reaching the ideal because they're not trying hard enough).
Anyway, I was trying to think of how I would describe apophenia, here, and I thought, "It's when you take a very general fact and try to mishmash it with a very specific one." And I was like, WHY do they do that?
But so many of their "theories" end up involving wordplay and numerology and symbolism, and I think it's because that's the only way they have to make their connections. When you say something abstract, you need to use specific words nevertheless, or draw certain shapes/patterns, etc. A zillion other semiotics could work, but you can't do them all at the same time and are not disposed to semiosis in unfamiliar languages besides. But the apophenic conflates the specificity of the (on a certain level arbitrarily) chosen language with the specificity of the fact that they're trying to connect to the generalization. Since there's no relevant objective correlation in and of the things referred to themselves, this leaves the speciously amorphous "coincidences" that the apophenic always has to appeal to.
Oversimplification, but like, does apophenia's "motivation" come from a use/mention distinction failure?
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2023.03.31 18:07 ShekinahSeeker Looking for artsy and friendly communities in Latin America

Hello All,
I just returned to the states after solo traveling Mexico for 5 1/2 months and Guatemala for 2 1/2 months. I discovered that my favorite places to stay are small cities that are full of art and travelers (with a preference for spanish speaking travelers) but also have a culturally vibrant local community. For instance, I am enamored by San Cristobal de las Casas in Mexico and by San Pedro in Lago de Atitlan in Guatemala. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for other cities in either Central or South America that I can visit to next, that are similar to these two cities. I like places in which Spanish is expected and not english (I am fluent in Spanish), there are spaces like restaurants or bars that are open to creating events with artists, and there are many projects and opportunities to be a part of the community. I also enjoy being in spaces in which I can learn about indigenous cultures and languages, which was great as the populations of San Pedro and San Cristobal de las Casas were Mayan. Thanks for any advice :)
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2023.03.31 18:03 TimothyCNorris Footage Of Shooting That Went Down At Yo Gotti's Mother Restaurant "PRIVE" In Memphis Has Been Released... Left 2 People Dead & 5 Injured! (No Audio)

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2023.03.31 18:02 storm6436 Started up a new game after a long break...

Previous games, I'd stuck with the newb island because I'd figured out a decent positional setup, but decided to do something different this time around. Went with the giant C-shaped island and it's going about as I expected: "You get all these extra resources because you're going to need them."
Pathing has been "interesting" and getting to the point where I had to open up the far side of thr island certainly exposed what I think is some shortcomings in a few spots. Not 100% sure, but I believe job allocation is largely determined by cardinal distance, not path length. Will be able to tell if truck allocation gets wonkier as my land bridge finishes (ie. Suddenly have a bunch of guus deciding to drive all the way around to dump at the far side.)
Similarly, bridging the C into an O highlighted the digging/loading behavior could still use a bit of work. I get having timeout behavior, but if I have "no partial loads" checked, I really shouldn't be seeing this many mining trucks with 1-2 dirt or stone, especially when there's plenty of whatever they're carrying still waiting to get dug up.
It'd also be very nice if mining towers had a "Ignore outside jobs" toggle. I've got a terrain demolition crew in the SE corner, at the far side of the C pushing the bridge from that side, and periodically one of the rock trucks will get this idea that they really, really need to take their load all the way to the NW side of the island where my filtration material production is... and while I understand the container is set to "keep full," I've got a secondary, smaller demolition crew eating the first plateau literally right around the corner from it.
That said... I really wish I had access to some sort of cargo barge or coastal (on-map) shipping. Until I finish the bridge, I have no choice but to either truck or belt everything all the way around the C, which has made gold production "interesting." Now that I'm nearing the end of the close coal vein, it's looking like I'm going to be building the longest set of belts I've ever made... being able to dump it on a barge and slow boat it across the channel would be nice.
Speaking of nice, I doubt we'll ever see cargo helos, but bridge building and dredging would certainly be useful, especially if ship pathing ever gets added back in. Building ports on the protected beaches in the middle would make life so much easier, but the moment you close the C, they'd be sealed in... Building a massive steel and concrete bridge across the gap would be bad ass.
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2023.03.31 18:02 Good_Gazelle_7701 Work authorization before receiving physical green card

Hi. Maybe I am overthinking, but I have some concern about my work authorization.
I received a combo card on March 17, and I started a part time job on March 20 in a small restaurant. He only took a photo of the combo card and my passport page although the last names are different. Then my green card was approved on March 23. My understanding is that the combo card is terminated when the green card is approved, so the combo card information I provided to the restaurant owner has already terminated. He has not asked me anything else, and I do not want either him or myself in trouble. If I don’t have my green card in hand yet, what should I provide him? He is just a small restaurant owner, so he does not know about these things well. Should I provide him copy of my social security card, copy of my driver’s license, and copy of approval letter? Or can I give him a copy of green card when I have the card in hand?
In the meantime, I signed an offer to start to work on April 10, so my last day at the restaurant is April 7. I am expecting to receive the physical card around April 10 due to the production delay.
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2023.03.31 18:01 sfrealestatediscuss 318 Spear St Unit 3B: 2 Bed(s), 2 Baths(s), Condo in South Beach (1,384 Sq. Ft.) - $1,195,000

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2023.03.31 18:01 sfrealestatediscuss 188 Minna St Unit 24D: 2 Bed(s), 2.5 Baths(s), Condo in South Beach (1,792 Sq. Ft.) - $2,698,000

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2023.03.31 18:01 sfrealestatediscuss 445 Francisco St #503: 1 Bed(s), 1 Baths(s), Condo in North Beach/Chinatown (1,057 Sq. Ft.) - $1,095,000

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2023.03.31 18:00 sfrealestatediscuss 740 Francisco St: 3 Bed(s), 2.5 Baths(s), Single-Family Home in North Beach/Chinatown (1,430 Sq. Ft.) - $2,998,000

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2023.03.31 18:00 sfrealestatediscuss 530 Chestnut St #409: 2 Bed(s), 2 Baths(s), Condo in North Beach/Chinatown (1,111 Sq. Ft.) - $1,295,000

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2023.03.31 18:00 sfrealestatediscuss 333 1st St Unit N1201: 2 Bed(s), 2 Baths(s), Condo in South Beach (958 Sq. Ft.) - $1,160,000

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2023.03.31 18:00 sfrealestatediscuss 280 Spear St Unit 28G: 2 Bed(s), 2 Baths(s), Condo in South Beach (1,477 Sq. Ft.) - $2,500,000

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2023.03.31 18:00 sfrealestatediscuss 280 Spear St Unit 19D: 2 Bed(s), 2 Baths(s), Condo in South Beach (1,046 Sq. Ft.) - $1,520,000

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