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2015.05.11 16:19 jatonreddit ARK: Survival Evolved on Reddit

A new breed of open-world dinosaur survival game, now on Xbox One, PS4, and Steam Windows/Mac/Linux! Not an official support channel.
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2014.11.14 10:14 yukisho Lost Ark

Lost Ark, also known as LOA, is a 2019 MMO action role-playing game co-developed by Tripod Studio and Smilegate. It was released in South Korea in December 2019 by Smilegate and in Europe, North America, and South America in February 2022 by Amazon Games.
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2023.05.28 08:19 PinkJellyGirly The man that followed me home twice got what he deserved

So this happened back in 2020, during the summer. I was 18 at that time, working a summer job at a local beach bar. I had just gotten my driver's licence and my first car. That day I was working the night shift, I got to work at 6pm and got off around 2am. For reference, I live in a suburb that has a max of 10000 permanent residents. There are more people during the summer, as many people rent vacation properties because the beach is literally 5-10 minutes away on foot.
I got off work and on the drive back home, I felt kind of nauseous (I had eaten a chicken sandwich at work, maybe the chicken had gone bad), so I thought a soda would make me feel better. In my country, we have these small 'shops' (you can find them in every corner). It's more like a kiosk where you can buy refreshments, chips, ice cream etc. So because my city is a small suburb, there is only one of these kiosks that is oppen 24/7. I drive there and park my car directly in front of the kiosk with my hazard lights on, as I was only parking there for just one minute.
As I exit my car, I notice that right across the street there is a man sitting on the hood of his car, looking right at me. As soon as I saw the way he was looking at me, I knew he was looking for pray. He was around 45-47yrs old, short and chubby, with a bald spot on the top of his head. I ignore him, I grab a soda from the kiosk's fridge, I pay and I get back in my car. The moment he saw that I was heading back to my car, he got in the driver's seat in a rush and drove off. I knew something was fishy so I didn't take my eyes off that car. He thought he was being all smart and shit, because he drove a few meters ahead and he parked his car on the side of the road, in a spot that you wouldn't be able to see him unless you had witnessed him park, and he turned off his lights and engine.
I start my car and drive past him, acting as if I hadn't seen him. Just then, he starts up the car and follows me. He wasn't riding on my bumper, thinking that I wouldn't suspect anything if he kept a safe distance. Just because I was sure he was following me, I had already made a plan. I call 911 (not the number we use in my country, I live in Europe) and I tell the operator that I think a guy is following me and I need them on the line as I am about to make a few turns to confirm that he is following me. So I choose to go around the block, and get back to the same point, as that would mean that he was for sure following me, I mean why would someone go around the block just to get to the same spot they were before, if they know where they are going they wouldn't need to do that.
So as you can imagine, he turned every single time I turned and we now both are right where he started following me. That's when I look at my rearview mirron and spell the licence plate to the 911 operator. She wasn't even saying anything, so I tell her: '' Please stay on the line just in case anything happens, I'm gonna lead him right to the police station ''. The police station was straight ahead from where we were, so I shift gears and drive faster. He does too. The police station is not visible if you're driving and looking straight, you would have to turn your head to the left in order to spot it. So I slam the brakes right outside the police station, and I pull to the side. He pulls up from the left, his car is now right next to mine, I roll down my window and he rolls the window on the passenger's side. Before he was able to say anything, I point with my finger and I show him the police station. He turns his head and he sees it. There was a cop guarding the outside door. I tell him: 'See where I brought you? You wanna follow me you pervert, let's go to the cops right now.' I hadn't even finished my sentence and the guy sped off so fast he didn't even roll up his window.
I hang up the phone to the police and I watch his car turn left and dissapear. I stay there for a few minutes, just to make sure he's gone gone, and I drive to my house, which is also straight ahead, just two streets above the police station. I get in my house, but I first check my surroundings, because I was paranoid, thinking he was hiding in a bush or smth. I wake my mom up and tell her all about it. She asked me for the number of his licence plate was but I had already forgotten it.
A month goes by, and I was again coming back home from the night shift. This time I hadn't eaten anything at work and I was very hungry, so I stop at that kiosk again to buy some chips. FYI, there isn't any other place to buy food at that time, no restaurant in my city is open 24/7. I look around and check if the man was there, since I suffered from ptsd because of my last experience in this kiosk. I buy the chips and as I am paying I hear a car pulling up across the street. Sure enough, there he was, coming out of the car and sitting on the hood, as if he was reenacting our first encounter.
He starts staring at me again. It felt as if he didn't remembed what had happened the last time. So I was like, no, this time, I'm calling the cops on you. I get in my car, and of course he rushes to get in his. I call 911 an I explain that the situation. I tell the operator that this is the SAME man that did this to me a month ago. She told me to wait there and that she would send a few officers over, but that it might take some time until they get here. So I thought, since this guy is now making me lose sleep, I might as well have some fun. Also, note that he seemed a little bit retarded. As if he had some kind of mental issue.
So for the next 40 minutes, he would copy my every move. I got out of the car, he got out of the car. I got back in, he got back in. I started the engine, he started the engine. I turned on the lights, he turned on the lights. This little game was going on for the whole 40 minutes. A few times, I tricked him into thinking that I would actually drive off, so he drove a few meters, checked if I was coming, and then did a U turn and came back. After these long 40 minutes, 4 officers on bikes arrrive at the scene. I immediately point at him and say: 'That's the guy'. He was sitting at the hood of his car so he couldn't just drive off this time.
The two policemen start asking him questions, and the other two ask me for my ID and my version of events. After I explained everything to them, they do a quick search of his car and they find some rope in his trunk. That didn't proove anything though. At some point, this guy started walking up to me, yelling at me, saying: ' I don' t know you miss, when did I ever cause you any trouble, I've never seen you before, I didn't do anything to you! '. The policemen stopped him right away. I was infuriated so I replied and said: ' Yeah right act as if you don't know me you piece of shit, you followed me home a month ago, don't you remember? '. He insisted, telling the police officers that he hadn't done anthing and that he had no idea who I was or what I was talking about.
After the police officers collected all of the information they needed, they pulled me aside (one of them was watching him) and they informed me about my options. Me, being naive and not knowing many things about the law, I listened to the police officers, who basically told me that there was no point in pressing charges. He hadn't taken any action. He hadn't physically hurt me. So taking him to court is basically pointless. That's what they said.
They told him to get in his car and leave. They asked me if I needed anything and I hesitated but I eventually asked them if they could escort me to my home because I wasn't feeling safe after that.
A year goes by. It's 2021. It is around that same time that guy had followed me home the year before. I am sitting in the living room with my mom, watching the news. And this title appears on screen: 48 yr old man tried to abduct a 13 yr old girl riding the bike to her home in _____(the name of my city). They show a blurred picture of him on the news. I immediately knew it was him. There were no public pictures of the guy yet. I tell my mom: 'It's the guy that followed me home, I'm sure it's him'. I sit and watch the whole coverage on the case. It happened in broad day light. They found sleeping pills in his car. He was calling her beautiful and he was following her with his car as she was riding her bike back home. He asked her if she needed a ride and when she declined the offer, he started shouting at her and demanding that she gets in his car now. The girl escaped and went straight to her parents and they called the police.
I immediately got dressed and went to the police station to give my statement. I sat there three hours, recalling every moment from those two times he tried to follow me. There were phone call records where I was saying the licence plate. There were police records from the time I called the police on him. At the end, they showed me a picture of him and I confirmed that I recognised him.
After the trial, he was sentenced to 6 months in prison and 6 months house arrest. Do I think that's enough? Absolutely not. But at least I know that I did everything in my power so that he would get locked up. I know I could have pressed charges but honestly the officers made me think there was no point in doing that. Also, I had just finished school, it's not that I am all wise now but life has taught me a few lessons since then.
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2023.05.28 07:02 SomeDudeNamedMark Intel NUC 13 - Vivid Canyon

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/computers/news/intel-introduces-the-nuc-13-pro-desk-edition https://liliputing.com/intels-nuc-13-pro-desk-edition-mini-pcs-feature-an-updated-design/
Intel is not able to keep the channel supplied with a sufficient quantity of their previously "launched" NUC 13 devices. So their solution is to release ADDITIONAL SKUs?!? 😡
https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/compare.html?productIds=233097,233968
The differences appear to be minimal - chassis changes & lack of the VESA bracket seem like the main things.
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2023.05.28 07:01 ggRavingGamer One of my favourite movies is The Way Back (2020), the one with Ben Affleck as a basketball coach. Do you guys know of any movies like that, where a screw up finds some sort of redemption, get's back on their feet, doing something good for others?

I know there are some movies like Bad news bears, but any movie with this type of redemption ark, it doesn't have to be about sports, is greatly apreciated.
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2023.05.28 06:09 CryptographerLife596 A medical rides story

Ive learned a lot about sometimes just keeping my mouth shut, during rides. And thats after clearly saying to one rider, that while I don’t mind taking the very disabled rider round the back of his complex, i will not help him get from the car to the home. Sorry, there is a limit. NO matter what the issue, or what the crisis. But we can chat, uberdriver the counsellor (again). Even so, there are times to NOT say anything , as folks discuss very sensitive topics (like topping yourself).
Today, I pick up wheelchair bound, oxygen-tank-powered guy from ER. The stress of just getting in the car (5 ft) has him wheezing badly. Wheezing may be the wrong word. Gasping, perhaps, is better. Its unnerving to say the least.
But between the gasps, he is lucid and chatty - all about whats going on. And the news ain’t good.
He has had bad news today; being informed that he is basically “no longer mobile”. He doesn’t have the air handling system to support moving much beyond his bed/room. And it shows. This is depressing him…, being a miserable milestone.
Gasp.
well I found out all about his limited actual mobility: at the assisted living place someone put him on the second floor (up some concrete stairs). After 3 steps, he is gasping again and nearly falling backwards. (I’ve decided to help him move the oxygen tank, being such a personable individual - dealing with life’s issues). He eventually has the assisted living folk come help him get home, one sitting step backwards at a time. The helpers look at me in disgust (why are you not helping)? (You insensitive human being…)
This was a simple case of hospital/medical/socialservices system neglect, dumped onto uber, with me - in the middle - quite adamantly not/never-ever touching him. (No matter what happens, you never touch an American, since the relative will assuredly blame/sue you…, even if they are about to fall backwards and maybe die in the fall).
on the way home I reflected. Let’s suppose after a fall the 911 operator I call ORDERS me to give mouth to mouth - and he (or anyone else) clearly has an herpes outbreak. Well, once again, the limit is hit. No, you cannot infect me. You die, if such are the fates.
4000 rides (and countless reddit message from others) have instilled in me: this is a job, and people may well die on my watch, or struggle tremendously.. Move on To the next ride (which is mostly lots of happy kids and families playing ball…in a tournament)
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2023.05.27 23:45 sleepyMelancholy Outcome of accident?

Just saw a nasty bike accident in NYC, many people ran to help the person and at least one called 911. The injuries looked incredibly bad and I’m feeling pretty shaken, how would I go about investigating the outcome? Am I stuck hoping that someone will post a news article? I don’t have any info besides the accident event/time/location :(
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2023.05.27 23:06 Joadzilla White House Tells Rep. Lauren Boebert: ‘Antisemitism Isn’t Conservative, It’s Evil’

White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates told HuffPost that the congresswoman needs "to look inward" if she "finds opposition to hate threatening."
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/white-house-lauren-boebert-antisemitism_n_6471050ee4b02325c5db1d35
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) got a strong rebuke from the White House on Friday for a tweet she posted on Thursday that was critical of the president’s plan to combat hate, bias and violence against Jewish people.
After Joe Biden announced the first U.S. National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism, the Colorado congresswoman took to Twitter to suggest that any plan to target hate was actually a plan to target conservatives. She added, “Their tactics are straight out of the USSR’s playbook.”
When they say stuff like this, they mean they want to go after conservatives.
Their tactics are straight out of the USSR's playbook. https://t.co/bnICe9b6zO
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) May 25, 2023
Many Twitter users rebuked Boebert and noted that her comments suggested bigotry was a big part of the conservative mindset.
On Friday, White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates also criticized Boebert’s tweets in a statement to HuffPost.
“Congresswoman Boebert is mistaken; antisemitism is not ‘conservative’ ― it is evil,” Bates said. “President Biden is standing up for a bedrock American value that goes beyond politics and is embraced by liberals, conservatives and independents: That we are better than antisemitism and hate. Those vile forces fly in the face of what America represents.”
Bates said anyone who “finds opposition to hate threatening” needs “to look inward.”
He also suggested Boebert Google the Soviet Union’s long, repulsive history of antisemitism.
“She might find a result for Joe Biden, who at the time decried antisemitic acts by Soviet communists as ‘shameful,’” Bates said.
HuffPost reached out to Boebert’s office for comment, but no one immediately responded.
To be fair, though, she’s had a busy week.
On Tuesday, she went viral when she declared that having a child was cheaper than using birth control during a hearing on drug pricing.
On Thursday, it was revealed that one of her four kids called 911 in December to report that his dad, Boebert’s estranged husband, Jayson Boebert, was “throwing” him around the house.

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2023.05.27 22:08 fitzy89 Downloads slow to a crawl after a few minutes

Hi all
I'm running Sabnzbd on Unraid using the Linuxserver docker. Previously this has worked fine however since adding some new usenet servers I have begun to encounter an issue where I will get full speeds for around 5 minutes and then it will drop off completely to just a few bytes a second. Currently I've had 50GB in my download queue for nearly 24 hours with no noticeable progress.
My host server is a Dell R730XD with 12 core/24 thread cpu and 256gig RAM, Unraid 6.11.5. Using a 1gig internet connection, due to upgrade to 10gig next week.
Running the performance checker shows these results:
Used cache 128.8 MB (156 articles) System load 2.53 2.24 1.92 V=4049M R=676M System performance (Pystone) 144093 Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2630 v4 @ 2.20GHz AVX2 Download folder speed 43.3 MB/s /data/incomplete Complete folder speed 28.2 MB/s /data/complete Internet Bandwidth 97.8 MB/s 782.4 Mbps 
Additionally, when I open the above screen, after about 10 seconds it shows "Lost connection to SABnzbd" which is a consistent issue every time I open the screen.

Previously I had a single provider for about a year running fine, NewsNinja, which worked well in terms of speed but was unable to retrieve some content so I have today added NewsgroupDirect Triple Play (Supernews, Usenet Farm, Newsgroup Direct) servers as well and it started off really well and was able to complete a lot of missing content from my library.
I can't see anything majorly wrong in the logs apart from Supernews timing out consistently, however when I test the server settings it completes fine, also note that this provider fails SSL verification so I set certificate checking to disabled which allows the test to pass. I have set this server as a lower priority and even tried disabling it without any change in the symptoms. My logs are just filled with pages and pages of this:
2023-05-27 19:55:18,115::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:55:18,456::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,466::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,551::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,579::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,590::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,659::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,760::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,797::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,809::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,814::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,821::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:18,839::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:21,984::INFO::[downloader:665] [email protected]: Initiating connection 2023-05-27 19:55:21,987::INFO::[downloader:665] [email protected]: Initiating connection 2023-05-27 19:55:21,989::INFO::[downloader:665] [email protected]: Initiating connection 2023-05-27 19:55:21,991::INFO::[downloader:665] [email protected]: Initiating connection 2023-05-27 19:55:23,283::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:23,287::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:23,287::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:23,315::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:29,465::INFO::[downloader:665] [email protected]: Initiating connection 2023-05-27 19:55:30,790::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:55:35,911::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:02,037::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,083::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,085::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,087::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,088::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,090::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,092::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,093::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,095::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,097::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,098::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,100::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,101::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:19,103::INFO::[downloader:665] [email protected]: Initiating connection 2023-05-27 19:56:20,540::INFO::[downloader:823] Connecting [email protected] finished 2023-05-27 19:56:23,688::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 2023-05-27 19:56:23,691::INFO::[downloader:981] Thread [email protected]: timed out 
Could this provider error be preventing other servers from working too?
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2023.05.27 19:48 ShadowSV-U1 Self-promotion Thread

Use this thread to promote yourself and/or your work!
(Descriptions of fictional crimes investigated by the story's main Character Max.)
Detective's Fate
It's august of 2008.....
Max is a detective living in Chicago He checks his pistol and puts on his police badge as he walks out his front door.
He has been searching for a serial killer known as the Caller for years and always been one step behind due to the red tape.....
More importantly the chief's lazy attitude towards getting search warrants and actions approved by the courts for raids. Twice Max had good intel on the suspect's locations and photo evidence showing him at the sites.
The department needs more vigilant, caring officers and leaders but no one steps up to do it, instead they just complain about the slow progress and officers. And hinder investigations.
Now Max has decided that it might be time to stop playing by the rules and catch this scumbag.... .... ....
Starting his car Max sets his GPS to the address that "The Caller" was last seen and pulls out of his driveway as the 50 miles of directions pop up.
The killer's nickname being for his signature of calling in as he is committing the crime.
As he drives he remembers his first case, five years ago now..... ..... .....
A woman, Joane Taylor, was found dead in an alleyway after going out for the night. She showed no signs of struggle leading the police to believe she had drank to much and expired from alcohol poisoning.... ...
The death was written off as a "party gone wrong".... That is until several more were found and the coroner decided on a whim to test for other substances.
Once it came out that the deaths were possible murders...
The calls started coming in, almost like the suspect wanted credit before revealing himself....
Then ways of the deaths began changing as the Serial Killer explored his twisted desires searching for his preferred method.
The last case being a young woman found stuffed in a dumpster after the killer apparently got scared off.... Max will never forget it.... .... ....
The GPS finishes and the car beeps its final direction, taking an exit off the highway. Ramps out here are always confusing... Which is funny since he has driven this one for five years now...
The chief says he should sit this one out but he can't... The latest victim 3 months ago.
Marie Spelner, a waitress out on her smoke break talking to her spouse on the phone.
Survived by her husband, no children or living relatives. ....
Max Spelner turns into the driveway of the house he was directed to... Stepping out of the car he walks up and knocks on the door. Looking at the house he knows the family must be doing well if they live here.... Raising his hand to knock again he hears a scream from inside....
A second later the door is answered by a middle aged butler holding a tray with wine glasses on it... "Hello Sir, I'm sorry but this house does not wish to partake in any offers at this time..."
Max calmly says. "I'm not selling anything."
The butler looks confused for a moment before his eyes dart over Max's shoulder seeing his unmarked cruiser and he nods.
Looking past the butler Max sees that a woman is cleaning up after their dog.
"Have you seen this man?" Says Max holds up a picture of the one suspected of being the killer.
The butler gives it a once over before replying. "I'm sorry sir, no I have not." His tone sounds like he is lying... ....
"Are you sure?" The detective asks.
"I would not lie about something like that, sir." He states, his eyes not meeting Max's.
The woman calls from inside "Fletcher, who are you talking too?"
"Some man asking about a killer" he calls back.
"The killer is an inside job!" The woman quickly states.
"What?!" Max says.
"The Killer, it's an inside job." She says again, louder this time. In the same Max also hears a child begin to cry in another room.
"We should start from the beginning, it will be easier to explain trust me." The woman says.
'She seems to know what is going on....
"How do I know your story holds water?" He asks out loud.
"Oh I wouldn't lie. I have been following the case myself and it seems like an inside job to me." She states, somehow sounding hurt.
"Is there anyone else in the house besides you two and the baby?" He asks noticing the baby isn't crying anymore.
"Just Fletcher and I live here, the baby is my cousins but he just stays the night sometimes." She replies.
Max draws his gun and enters the house upon reasonable suspicion of an emergency in progress or suspect on the premisses as the man seems to be deceiving.
While the woman still seems unconcerned that the child is now silent.
He pushes past the butler and rushes towards the area he heard the crying. passes the entryway, the dinning room, and a kitchen before finally finding a child in a playpen.
"There there..." He says in a sing song voice picking up the child. "I'm officer Max, do you know where your mommy is?"
The child just cries louder.
Then he sees the man from the photo walk out of the bathroom, upon seeing him he bolts for the door and Max sets the child down gently then gives chase.
He runs through the house, following the man as he can hear the woman screaming at him to stop but he doesn't."
"Stop or I'll shoot." The man doesn't even break stride.
Instead he runs out of the front door and jumps into his car.
Furious that the man might escape he fires at the car as it drives away.
The back window shatters and he hopes he got his tire, but he doesn't wait to find out as he runs to his car and initiates a pursuit....
He flips on his concealed lights in his cruiser as he reverses down the drive and into the street.
The suspects car is fast but he manages to keep up with it weaving in and out of traffic as people move over for the siren.
As they approach a red light there is heavy traffic in the intersection..... ....
The suspect slams on his brakes and Max's cruiser only just stops short of hitting it. Jumping out the Detective points his firearm at the vehicle running up beside seeing heavily tinted windows.
"Get out of the car and on the ground now!!" He shouts as he moves to the driver's side door.
After seeing no response....
Max throws open the door and the driver is gone with the passenger side open.
He quickly runs to the other side catching the man trying to sneak off tackling him to the ground and then takes his arms putting them behind his back.
Max grabs his radio and calls it in as the man cries.
As he is waiting he hears a noise that sounds like static.....
"Wrong guy moron.. Did you ever stop to think I wanted you close for this one. That I planned everything...Even framing the pothead..... I almost lost interest until you pulled in the driveway... The attic is kinda cramped tho... I think I'll go carve some meat. Maybe graduate to other things to. I'm not sure yet. Lets see if you can catch me before......" A familiar voice says over the radio then cuts off... ...
Max looks at the man on the ground. "Why did you run from me?" He asks.
"Cause I have like 19 grams of marijuana in my pocket." He replies...
"Do you know how stupid that is?! I don't care about that I'm looking for a killer."
Before he can answer Max hears the woman from the house screaming for her life and a child's cries on his radio.
Then from below Max. "He's in the house, he's in the house! My mom and the baby!" The man on the ground says crying.
Max uncuffs him and runs to his car heading back to the house as he lays down rubber on the road... ... ...
As he approaches and pulls into the driveway he notices the front door is open.
"Hold on I'm coming!" Max screams jumping out of his cruiser...
He runs into the house finding the woman's body arriving too late. Moving over to her he checks for a pulse but she is gone, a large gash in her neck.
As he stands up he slips in a fluid but gains his balance and tries not to think about what it is....
He rushes to the room the baby was in finding the play pen empty. He leaves the room searching the rest of the house and still doesn't find the child.
"Where are you!!!" He calls out....
"This is the Callers first kidnapping and the media would eat up the fact I failed to stop the man." He thinks as he blames himself.
Sirens begin to blare in the distance as backup is about to arrive... ... ...
"There's a woman dead and a baby missing! The woman is in the dinning room straight ahead of the front door, Hurry!" He yells into his radio...
Looking over at the mother seeing a piece of paper on the floor.
He walks over to it seeing writing.
"So close... Looks like I'm a kidnapper now.... Good luck finding me.... And... I so enjoyed killing that sweet wife of yours. Might do it that way again. Not to the kid tho....later Max. Ps. This game is so fun.." It says.
"He was here..." Is all he can muster as the team enters.
"He was right in this house and I missed it because her son freaked over weed and ran..." He says as another officer speaks to him gently.
"Don't beat yourself up Detective, it's not your fault. He must have hid before you got her and left after you arrived." The words do little to comfort him "First day back on the job and the killer escaped taking a child..." He says as he walks away.
The chief arrives in his new lexus with a screeching of rubber as he lurches to a halt.
He quickly exits and leaves his door hanging open as he rushes into Max's face....
"I told you to stay away from this case MAX!!!!....(takes a breath)...
"If I catch any flak from my superiors, I won't suspend you.... That'd be to easy. Desk duty and an entry level demotion. The new guy will have a higher rank than you if things go my way.... Now get outta my sight...". "(Sighs)...
"This job is gonna be the death of me..." He says walking away from Max and towards the Coroner's van..... ..... .....
On the way home the detective stops by the store close to his house which is unlike him because he usually follows the same routine.
He nears the front door and he hears a kitchen timer ding loudly from behind him as his car explodes throwing him through the storefront windows as they are blown out..... .....
Alarms around the lot and others nearby create a cacophony of noise. His head pounding as his body aches, Max pushes himself up and collapses as the store manager runs over to him telling him not to move as he dials 911.... .... ....
Waking in the hospital Max recalls the feeling of the Shockwave as he flinches in phantom pain.
"Who woulda thought its like holding a ringing metal bat that hurts your hands but all over and way more intense." He thinks.
He suddenly feels tired and falls asleep.... .... .... ....
The next time he wakes, he sees a breaking news story that Jane Saltani is reporting on....
"Young toddler Accidently Shoots Serial killekidnapper ending his life and Alerting residents in the Area." The news anchor says.
Sighing to himself Max thinks about how crazy that is and laughs.
Tho he really wanted to bring the guy in. He closes his eyes to get some much needed sleep as his door opens.
Max looks up to see a man with a silenced pistol pointed at him.
"Hm. Now they think I'm dead. Funny how they just assume they got the right guy. Just like.... You did Detect... ....." Max hears but then hears no more as his end comes at just over the speed of sound....
The Caller leaves the hair of another intelligent convicted murderer that he obtained in a spot that's believable and quickly leaves.....
He disables the surveillance system and sends a virus out to any device that has received video data from the hospital.
Erasing and corrupting the systems. Leaving a master hackers finger prints on a glass from his home....
"Sorry, no witnesses." He says to the security guard as he fires... ..... ..... .... ....
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2023.05.27 19:40 PorscheEnjoyer I Had Dreams about Tempest

Dreams stay as dreams?, here's the Summary:
  1. Tempest 4:
Elite 4 License: T1 Time Trial: 11.900s (¼ Mile) T2 Time Trial: 9.000s (¼ Mile) T3 Time Trial: 8.000s (¼ Mile) T4 Time Trial: 10.000s (½ Mile) T5 Time Trial: 8.000s (½ Mile)
Elite 4 High Stakes: T1 Keyshia's Hyundai Ark Performance Veloster: 12.200s → 12.000s → 11.900s → 11.700s (Pink Slip) T2 Bryce's 2008 BMW Z4M Coupe: 9.100s → 8.900s → 8.800s → 8.600s (Pink Slip) T3 Thunder's 1970 Dodge Charger T: 8.100s → 7.900s → 7.800s → 7.600s (Pink Slip) T4 Daniel's 2016 Dodge SRT Viper ACR: 10.300s → 10.100s → 10.000s → 9.800s (Pink Slip) T5 Victor's Mercedes SLR 722S Roadster McLaren: 8.000s → 7.800s → 7.700s → 7.500s (Pink Slip)
Tempest's Crew Name: Samantha (White, Blonde, Blue Eyes, Black Cap, Black Jacket, Red Lipstick).
Her Cars: T1 Samantha's Mazda MX-5 Miata T2 Samantha's Honda Civic Type R T3 Samantha's Toyota GR Supra [T3] T4 Samantha's Nissan Skyline GTR (R33) T5 Samantha's Mazda RX-7
Arc's Order: T3 → T1 → T4 → T2 → T5
At the end, she admitted that she was Noro's old best friend.
  1. Tempest Finale It was revealed that Shax has a father named Max, and he's the Tempest's Boss. You have to beat him with only using given car: T5 2007 Porsche 911 Turbo (997) [Best Time: 4.800].
Very Weird Shift Pattern (For Pink Slip): Launch 10000rpm, immediately nitrous while shift to 5th at the same time (spam tap) If you're late, it could be 4.9xx, or even worse (5.xxx).
It has 100 races (3 of them are Max's). He said on the beginning that you hurt Shax long ago, and he will do the payback against you. He mocks you everytime when you tried to start a race, and after you finished a race (this is very frustrating).
Jess told you that both the Porsche and GT-R were rivals when she was young, so that they are absolutely fast now.
Because Shax and Max are both British, all races are 1 Kilometre instead of ½ Mile.
Tempest Finale: T5 Max's 2007 Nissan GT-R (R35): 7.000s → 6.500s →6.000s → 5.000s (Pink Slip) [All 1 Kilometre].
Note: He did 0-200 km/h in just 0,2 seconds, also his top speed is 900km/h (Pink Slip)
Max's Appearance: Very old British bald man with black sunglasses and wearing classic tuxedo.
When you actually got his GT-R (R35), the best time will be only 7.100s (½ Mile). Also your fully maxed Porsche will be only 7.000s (½ Mile).
I will post more about my other CSR2 dreams other than Tempest.
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2023.05.27 19:28 Dry_Hovercraft_3028 ARK Balance Inquiry

Was just having a discussion with a bud about issues in ark and what needs to be improved with ark 2, i say pvp needs to be better managed, he says all dino's need better use.
He brought up this video that has decent points(Ill try to put link here.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KF2DupeUDY
but I wanted others thoughts on the matter of those that have played the game more recently, as I last played a few months ago at this point. (BC the news relating to the next game has been FUN).
Any thoughts on whether its more dinosaurs or PVP that you think needs to best be improved?
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2023.05.27 15:29 s810 Old Austin Tales: Honey Bee Marshall and the Mystery Grave at Smith Creek - 1900s

Today thanks to a tip from Faraday_Rage, I bring you a ghost story from West Lake Hills, although saying that might be a bit misleading because West Lake Hills is a mid-20th century invention and the events of this story happen mostly before that. There used to be a village called Eanes in that general area full of farmers, ranchers, and cedar choppers before it was subdivided into one of the nicer suburbs.
There was only one bridge for vehicle traffic (besides the train bridge) from Downtown into South Austin before the 1940s. Because of this, the western part of Travis County was separated from the growth of Austin and the eastern part of the county, and remained sort of a wild frontier well after the surrounding lands were settled.
Among the early settlers in that area were two brothers named Alexander and Robert Eanes. There is a historical marker at the intersection of Red Bud Trail and Loop 360 which says the following:
Alexander Eanes (1806-1888) moved to Texas from Mississippi in 1845 and acquired this ranch by 1857. In 1873 he sold the property to his brother, Robert Eanes (1805-1895), who had moved to the area following the Civil War. A log cabin built on the Eanes ranch was the first Eanes school, and the community also assumed the Eanes name. Robert Eanes sold the ranch to his son-in-law, Hudson Boatner Marshall (1862-1951) in 1883. Marshall dismantled the ranch house and moved it to a site adjacent to the nearby creek.
So there was a man named H.B. Marshall who lived on the former Eanes Ranch with his wife Viola (Robert Eanes's daughter) and family.
H.B. Marshall was a Civil War orphan. His mom died shortly after childbirth and his dad died as part of Hood's Brigade. He spent his early life in Austin-area orphanages until he graduated high school at the age of 19. That was when the doctors of the era diagnosed him with "consumption", otherwise known as Tuberculosis today. There was no cure in the 19th century. Afflicted people were told to go live in the country and get some fresh air, and that's exactly what he did.
Lucky for him, HB's dad well fairly well off when he died and left him an inheritance. After he left the orphanage he used this money to buy the ranch from the Eanes family, met and married Viola Eanes, and started a family. Legends say a Mexican folk healer convinced him eating goat meat and drinking goat's milk was an excellent remedy for consumption, and so he raised goats.
The book Eanes Portrait of a Community has this photo of H.B. and Viola and their dog, along a brief biographical bit:
H.B. and Viola Marshall sold honey and butter and raised goats. At one time H.B. was president of the American Goat Association and traveled to Chicago to attend that organization's national convention. There he met and talked with Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. In its early days the Ford Motor Company used mohair from goats to make a soft, long-lasting fabric which was used to upholster the seats in its "tin lizzies". H.B. Marshall was one of the company's first mohair suppliers. Later, after Bee Cave Road became a better, more reliable road, Marshall, who was a skilled printer sometimes worked in Austin at that trade.
So HB Marshall and his family were very good at raising goats.
The Marshall Family were also beekeepers. HB liked to be called "Honey Bee" Marshall later in life. He lived the rest of his life on that ranch and died in the 1950s.
Now that you have that little bit of backstory, on with today's tale. The following article appeared on page 21 the Austin American-Statesman on May 16, 1966:
MYSTERY
Old Grave Beside Creek
The mystery of who is buried a shallow grave beside Smith Creek, seven miles southwest of Austin, may never be solved.
With it goes a tale of a robbery and killing said to have occurred more than 60 years ago on the Bee Cave Road.
But at least one story told by a man who died last year sticks in the minds of some residents of the hill country behind Zilker Park.
The man was long-time stock man and World War I veteran John Marshall, who lived out his life on the Eanes-Marshall Ranch seven miles southwest of Austin. His story told him as a child by his father, early Travis County settler and school teacher Hudson Boatner (Honey Bee) Marshall goes something like this:
In the late 19th century, a man from Bee Caves came to Austin with a wagon load of cotton. After selling it, he was returning home when his hired hand killed him and took the money. The slain man was not found for several days, and when he was, he was buried on the spot, several hundred feel off the road.
This is the way Cecil Johnson, of 1500 West Bee Caves remembers the story. He heard it in 1956 when he and his brother-in-law, Elmo Freitag, dug into the grave and found a skeleton. Freitag and Johnson went from where they live to buy a dog killed by a car on the Marshall ranch, Johnson said. "When we found the bones, we were pretty scared," Freitag said. "We went up to the ranch house to tell John Marshall about them." "That's when John told us the story," Johnson recalls. "He said we should cover the bones back up and let the old man rest."
The story was brought to the attention of the American- Statesman by Bruce Marshall of Houston, a nephew of John Marshall and an heir to 10 acres of the old ranch land. Others who lived along Bee Caves Road, or who knew John Marshall, recall hearing him tell the story, but no one contacted so far remembers hearing the story from anyone else.
Sheriff T. O. Lang said he has no records dating back that far, Marshall was born around 1887, and Johnson said the killing and robbery occurred "before John's time."
A check into the archives in the Austin Library's Austin and Travis County Collection reveals a similar crime which occurred in 1871. On Feb. 7 of that year, according to Frank Brown's Annals of Travis County, "an old citizen" named Charles Barnes, who "lived seven miles north of Austin," was killed and robbed after he had come to town and sold a wagon load of hay. He was shot and killed "probably for his money," and his body was found 30 yards from the road, three-fourths of a mile from his dwelling. A $1,000 reward was offered for the criminal, but he was never captured.
This "official" report is quite similar to the story told by John Marshall, but the directions from Austin do not coincide.
There are descendants or a family named Cotton who live in Bee Caves, according to Miss Jessie Roy, former teacher who lives on the Rob Roy Ranch on the Bee Caves Road two miles beyond the Marshall ranch. But she said she never heard of any of them being robbed or killed. Her family moved here in the 1890s.
Conceivably, with the tale handed down by word of mouth for three generations, the name Cotton, and the product "cotton" could have gotten confused. And the Brown report, probably taken from a newspaper account, could have been mistaken about the direction (north or west) from Austin where the crime was committed.
But if the wagon load was cotton instead of hay, the crime would have occurred most likely in October, according to Austin rancher and historian Carl Widen. Widen said in the old days Austin, it usually came from the south and west, from Dripping Springs and Bee Caves, in October, "in time for the circus." "The whole family would come to town with the load of cotton usually one or two bales to a wagon and after it was sold the women bought cloth for dresses and the kids went to see the circus. Then they got back home late that night.
Another hill resident, Charles Roberts, 80, who lives on a creek near the Rob Roy ranch, said he remembered people hauling cotton in trains of three or four wagons pulled by oxen, rather than by horses or mules. And Austin resident Charles Dellana said it used to take at least four mules to pull a wagon load of corn out of the bottoms or "The Narrows" between Bee Caves Road and the Colorado River. He opined that the murder and robbery must have occurred "earlier than 1903."
Besides the Cotton family out Bee Caves way, other family names familiar to those still living are Theodore Bose, Joe Beck, the Freitags, the Teagues, the Simpsons and the Moores. But who is buried beside Smith Creek on the Marshall ranch, how he died, and when he was buried, no one seems to remember.
Well this old story was apparently told far and wide. There was another article on that same day (May 16, 1966) in The Statesman: (h/t/ jbjjbjbb)
Ghost Hunters Have a Go at Ghosting
San Antonians Learn of Murder and Such Things on Austin Ranch
Ghosts, anyone? A strange tale of murder and theft was spottily told Saturday night by a "spirit" who was supposedly in communication with a group of ghost- hunters seven miles southwest of Austin. The ghost hunters, five people from San Antonio, gath ered on the old Marshall Ranch in West Lake Hills with two news reporters. They apparently believed they were communicating with a ghost named Tom Burns.
"Margaret, Margaret, Margaret," the ghost kept repeating through the automatic-writing technique of Mrs. Joan McKee, wife of Don McKee. McKee is manager of the Builders Exchange of Texas, in San Antonio. He and his wife say they are "student" parapsychologists. Spelling out the name of Margaret Owens, Tom Burns said, "She is dead now. She is my love."
The names of Margaret Owens and Tom Burns were interpreted by the McKees from an almost indecipherable scrawl which Mrs. McKee transmitted to sheet after sheet of paper with a pencil, while her husband held her elbow. They were seated at a table in the single upper room of the old Marshall ranch house. With them were this reporter, ranch owner and Houston Post business writer Bruce Marshall, and San Antonio residents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. John Mac-Donald, and Mrs. Mary K. Cook. The only light in the room came from a lantern.
"Burns" said Margaret "Owens" was buried on a mountain top east of the ranch, and had been killed in or near some water. Burns also said he had been killed by three men on a road near the ranch as he was hauling a wagon load of hay. Placing the date at 1904, possibly on a Monday, he said he was shot as he got down off the wagon to move a rock that was in the way.
Although at least two other spirits were supposedly contacted beyond the pale, that of Burns appeared to be the most communicative and the most interesting. It was either Burns, or a ghost named Nathan Anderson who spoke of a John Anderson who came "often" to the ranch to drink "rum from South America" with Robert Eanes.
Eanes, according to Marshall, was the first man in the family to own the ranch property. He died in the 19th century and is buried in a family plot on a hill near the ranch house. Marshall said later there had been a man named John Anderson who was a friend of the Eanes family. Marshall and this reporter have established, from local folklore and from written records, that a man, possibly named Charles Barnes, was killed seven miles from Austin around 1871, after selling a load of ether cotton or hay in town.
There is a grave of an unknown man beside Smith Creek on the Marshal ranch, not far off the Bee Caves Road, which is seven miles from Austin. Neither Marshall nor this reporter have verified that the grave on Smith Creek is the one in which the robbery victim was buried, but the coincidences of the known facts leaves room for speculation that it may be the one.
Burns said he had worked for a man named Cotton Roberts, and that Roberts had worked for a man possibly named Mitchell Treadwell. The name of Treadwell first came to the attention of the group when MacDonald, a former announcer for KONO-TV, fell into a trance through what was called auto-hypnosis. He said he got the name from a ghost present in the room, and that he also received "an impression" of the dates 1890 to 1901. Marshall later disclosed that the old ranch house had been built sometime between 1890 and 1905.
The name "Mitchell" was written on the paper when one of the persons asked aloud, "Does the name Treadwell mean anything to you?" Burns also spoke of his mother, naming her variously Mary Markham, Marstur, Masters and Markem, who he said had been sick in a barn and subsequently died.
Mention was made of a bearded man who wore a big hat and was deaf in one ear, of a box buried beneath a barn, and of wild mohair goats. Marshall said the last man to live on the ranch, his late uncle John Marshall, found a hole on the ranch about 30 years ago where a box apparently had been buried. This was when Miriam A. Ferguson was governor of Texas, he said.
He also said a bearded deaf man had once been a ranch hand there and that John Marshall's father, H. B. Marshall, had raised Angora goats on the ranch. Burns said Roberts had buried the box, and he (Burns) had dug it up. "Money means death," came the scrawled message on the paper.
Two of the most dramatic events of the evening occurred when the McKees tried to communicate with a ghost named "Robert" Both of them believed the ghost to be that of Robert Eanes, whom they described as having a very powerful, domineering personality. Mrs. McKee broke down and could write no more after transcribing the words, "My time is up now. Many have come but nobody will listen." Later McKee tried to communicate, and apparently went into a trance after receiving the word "yes" to the question of whether "Robert" had been born in July.
Just before McKee went into a trance, Marshall and this reporter were curious to notice that a strong wind the only one noticed during the entire night rattled the eaves of the house for about a minute.
The time was shortly after midnight Mrs. Cook, who writes radio and TV commercials, took down the following from McKee's barely audible words: "I have many children. I am as Abraham I shan't stay around where my people don't want me. It is dark. Darkness is in the land. We shall bring light."
Further efforts to communicate with "Robert" failed. After this incident, the "ghosts" seemed to leave the parapsychologists and their fellow delvers into ESP (extra-sensory perception).
A long vigil at the family cemetery until almost dawn proved fruitless. Gibson, sales manager for Pratt and Lambert varnish makers, whose supposedly "haunted" house in San Antonio was the subject of a Houston Post story several months ago, conceded with high good humor that he had seen no ghosts Saturday night "But Robert was around," he affirmed confidently.
Marshall and this reporter scratched their heads, totaling up the number of "unexplainable coincidences" which made the night at least a little provocative if not downright exciting. It would take a patient historian to check the names listed. As for the "ghosts" well, who knows?
H.B. Marshall had a son named John and he in turn had a son named Bruce. Bruce Marshall was an artist who spent most of his time in Houston but moved back to the family ranch in 1974. Marshall recounted the story of the 1966 ghost hunt in this 1983 article:
THE SEARCH FOR ghosts is not uncommon with visitors to the Marshall Ranch off Loop 360 South. It is the home of artist Bruce Marshall and his family and nine ghosts, those of seven people and two horses.
Marshall studio and gallery is a restored, pre-Civil War ancestral home located next to the family residence. Parapsychologists visited the building in 1966 and declared it to be haunted by a man who was attacked, shot and killed near the original entrance of the ranch. The ghost of the dead man, whose unmarked grave is still on the ranch, reportedly told the ghosts hunters about his fate. The ghost also admitted that he had committed murder, killing a woman named Margaret by drowning her.
There are two creeks near the ranchhouse that are the source of several other ghost stories.
"SUPPOSEDLY ONE GHOST walks the creek towards Eanes (Elementary) school calling for someone," said Marshall. "There were some kids camping near the creek about six months ago, they heard dogs barking and the noise of a wagon drawn by horses. The wagon has no driver and follows an old road which used to connect to Bee Cave Road."
Marshall said his family tries to play down the ghosts tales surrounding his homestead. "If we really become convinced that we're haunted, we really lose our enjoyment of the place. People seeking ghosts out here are very unwelcome," he said. "If there are such things, they don't bother me. They like me. They probably feel that if I go, the house goes, the property changes, and they're evicted.
In 1999 Marshall sold the house and the ranch to The Eanes Historical Society, who moved it next to the current location of Eanes Elementary School, where it has become the home of the EHS and serves as a small museum today.
So who is in the mystery grave at Smith Creek? I found one lead.
Back in February of 1916 a 20-year-old man named Albert Cook had an unfortunate accident and was killed. The Statesman reported it like so:
While setting a wolf trap on the Marshall goat ranch, eight miles from Austin, Alfred Lee Cook, 20 years old, accidentally shot and killed himself at 8:30 Friday morning, a charge of buck-shot from the left barrel of a double-barrelled shotgun entering his abdomen.
Cook was a laborer on the Marshall ranch, near Summitt. Early Friday morning he attempted to set a steel trap for wolves. He was carrying a shotgun and was accompanied by two small boys.
Setting his shotgun, both barrels of which were loaded, against a bush, he advanced to the trap. The gun fell across his path and he shoved it aside. As he did so, in some way the left barrel of the gun was discharged, the entire charge taking effect in his abdomen at short range and badly lacerating his body. Death was almost Instantaneous.
Justice of the Peace George W. Mendell, Deputy Sheriff Jim McCoy and Deputy Constable Matt Turner went to Summitt this morning for the Inquest. Justlce Mendell rendered a verdict of accidental shooting. The name of one surviving relative was reported to the Justice of the Peace, being Mrs. Rebecca Ann Brown, mother of the young man
Is this the person in the grave? I can't say for sure without DNA testing, but poor Mr. Cook might be the best candidate.
Time is short and space is long today so I'll leave it there. The Eanes-Marshall house today is called the Eanes History Center, and sits next to Eanes Elementary School at 4101 Bee Caves Rd. Bonus Items to follow:
Bonus Pic #1 - Photograph of Bruce Marshall standing next to the graves of his ancestors in Eanes-Marshall Cemetery - unknown date (mid 1970s?)
Bonus Pic #2 - "Photograph of Bruce Marshall and Dorothy Depwe in the Eanes-Marshall Cemetary looking down at a tombstone." - unknown date (mid 1970s?)
Bonus Video #1 - Eanes History: HB Marshall (from Eanes History Center)
Bonus Video #2 - Eanes History: HB Marshall Ranch House Tour (from Eanes History Center)
Bonus Article #1 - Masons BBQ meet at The Marshall Ranch - November 17, 1919
Bonus Article #2 - "Better watch out! Spirits on the prowl!" - May 14, 1966
Bonus book excerpt? - Notes from an interview with Earl Short (a reformed bootlegger), in which he mentions he saw H.B. and John Marshall setting up a soda stand one Election Day after he bribed some illiterate people for their votes.
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2023.05.27 14:21 Chernablogger Boebert is Suspicious...

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2023.05.27 14:20 Chernablogger Boebert is Suspicious...

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2023.05.27 11:59 partylikeyossarian The things I don't say to white people, things I don't say to straight people

There are a lot of life experiences I share easily with other marginalized folks, that I've always instinctively never spoken about with individuals from the dominant groups. It's a strange double world, where events like getting 911-Karen'd, getting pushed into conversion therapy, etc. -- are major news items that immediately get broadcasted to friends and even mere acquaintances within the community. But to everyone else I put on normie face like nothing has happened, even while my psyche crumbles and my life gets totally rearranged.
Every time I'd consciously breached the boundaries of this double world, the reactions I got were nasty, tragic, predictable--and relationship-ending.
Sometimes I think about all those individuals I've known in my life, who considered us close friends, who told me they could tell me anything, individuals who thought they were woke...sometimes I think about what is totally invisible to them. I think about the intimacy they feel standing in the same room, sharing the same air with people they "love and care about", and the oceans of reality that they can never become aware of.
The reality of navigating thoughtless assumptions, subtle bigotries, overt violence...these fundamental components of my existence that can never exist on the other side of this seemingly impenetrable barrier that is whiteness, heteronormativity.

It makes me sad to think that privilege to them is unasked-for advantage, a stroke of luck, a source of unearned guilt. But even as they implore me to understand how having privilege makes them feel--they cannot be compelled to muster the effort to understand what it means to me:
That privilege means becoming a shadow wherever I cross into that walled garden, a garden I must interact with to eke out material survival, tiptoeing through like a forever-stranger. Privilege asks me to serve under a map of reality drawn from their stories, where my stories are just ghosts haunting the edges of their peripheral vision, to be feared, to be resented, to be banished from the light.
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2023.05.27 06:29 chicken_cordon_blue Thoughts on Boebert's son's 911 call?

You can hear the audio here: https://krdo.com/news/2023/05/25/he-doesnt-need-help-rep-lauren-boebert-tells-deputies-not-to-come-after-son-calls-911-for-help/
I'm curious if parental rights, protect the kids, or pure tribalism will win out here.
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2023.05.27 04:48 mostreliablebottle If Best Picture was decided by Critics Polls (1940-2021)

Roughly 7 years ago u/TheGreatZiegfeld did an experiment of a post to determine what the best films of each year would be from 1940 to 2011 (before the 2012 S&S polls).
With the recently updated TSPDT and the 2022 S&S list, I decided to do the same from 1940 to 2021 regarding what critics thought were the best of each year.
Keep in mind this is all from a critics' poll, not from one specific critic's list. Also no short films or miniseries (meaning no Twin Peaks or Meshes of the Afternoon), as well as those from 2022 and beyond because of the last S&S poll.
With all that in mind, let's begin.
1940
Winner: His Girl Friday (Howard Hawks)
Other nominees: The Great Dictator (Charlie Chaplin), The Grapes of Wrath (John Ford), The Shop Around The Corner (Ernst Lubitsch), The Philadelphia Story (George Cukor)
1941
Winner: Citizen Kane (Orson Welles)
Other nominees: The Lady Eve (Preston Sturges), Sullivan's Travels (Preston Sturges), The Maltese Falcon (John Houston), How Green Was My Valley (John Ford)
1942
Winner: Casablanca (Michael Curtiz)
Other nominees: The Magnificent Ambersons (Orson Welles), To Be Or Not To Be (Ernst Lubitsch), The Palm Springs Story (Preston Sturges), Cat People (Jacques Tourneur)
1943
Winner: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (Powell and Pressburger)
Other nominees: Day of Wrath (Carl Theodor Dreyer), Shadow of a Doubt (Alfred Hitchcock), I Walked with a Zombie (Jacques Tourneur), Ossessione (Luchino Visconti)
1944
Winner: Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder)
Other nominees: Ivan the Terrible, Part I (Sergei Eisenstein), Meet Me in St. Louis (Vincente Minnelli), A Canterbury Tale (Powell and Pressburger), To Have and Have Not (Howard Hawks)
1945
Winner: Children of Paradise (Marcel Carné)
Other nominees: Rome, Open City (Roberto Rossellini), Brief Encounter (David Lean), I Know Where I'm Going (Powell and Pressburger) Les Dames du bois de Boulogne (Robert Bresson)
1946
Winner: It's a Wonderful Life (Frank Capra)
Other nominees: A Matter of Life and Death (Powell and Pressburger), Notorious (Alfred Hitchcock), My Darling Clementine (John Ford), Paisan (Roberto Rossellini)
1947
Winner: Black Narcissus (Powell and Pressburger)
Other nominees: Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur), Monsieur Verdoux (Charlie Chaplin), The Lady from Shanghai (Orson Welles), The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
1948
Winner: Bicycle Thieves (Vittorio De Sica)
Other nominees: The Red Shoes (Powell and Pressburger), Letters from an Unknown Woman (Max Ophüls), Spring in a Small Town (Mu Fei), Germany Year Zero (Roberto Rossellini)
1949
Winner: The Third Man (Carol Reed)
Other nominees: Late Spring (Yasujirō Ozu), Kind Hearts and Coronets (Robert Hamer), She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (John Ford), White Heat (Raoul Walsh)
1950
Winner Rashomon (Akira Kurosawa)
Other nominees; Sunset Boulevard (Billy Wilder), All About Eve (Joseph L. Mankiewicz), Los Olvidados (Luis Buñuel), In a Lonely Place (Nicholas Ray)
1951
Winner: The River (Jean Renoir)
Other nominees: Diary of a Country Priest (Robert Bresson), Miracle in Milan (Vittorio De Sica), Early Summer (Yasujirō Ozu), Strangers on a Train (Alfred Hitchcock)
1952
Winner: Singin' in the Rain (Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly)
Other nominees: Ikiru (Akira Kurosawa), Umberto D. (Vittorio De Sica), The Life of Oharu (Kenji Mizoguchi), The Quiet Man (John Ford)
1953
Winner: Tokyo Story (Yasujirō Ozu)
Other nominees: Ugetsu (Kenji Mizoguchi), The Earrings of Madame de (Max Ophüls), The Band Wagon (Vincente Minnelli), Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (Jacques Tati)
1954
Winner: Seven Samurai (Akira Kurosawa)
Other nominees: Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock), Journey to Italy (Roberto Rossellini), La Strada (Federico Fellini), Sansho the Bailiff (Kenji Mizoguchi)
1955
Winner: Ordet (Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Other nominees: The Night of the Hunter (Charles Laughton), Pather Panchali (Satyajit Ray), All That Heaven Allows (Douglas Kirk), Floating Clouds (Mikio Naruse)
1956
Winner: The Searchers (John Ford)
Other nominees: A Man Escaped (Robert Bresson), Written on the Wind (Douglas Sirk), Aparajito (Satyajit Ray), Bigger Than Life (Nicholas Ray)
1957
Winner: Wild Strawberries (Ingmar Bergman)
Other nominees: The Seventh Seal (Ingmar Bergman), Nights of Cabiria (Federico Fellini), Throne of Blood (Akira Kurosawa), Sweet Smell of Success (Alexander Mackendrick)
1958
Winner Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock)
Other nominees: Touch of Evil (Orson Welles), Ashes and Diamonds (Andrzej Wajda), Ivan the Terrible, Part II (Sergei Eisenstein), The Music Room (Satyajit Ray)
1959
Winner: The 400 Blows (François Truffaut)
Other nominees: Some Like It Hot (Billy Wilder), North by Northwest (Alfred Hitchcock), Rio Bravo (Howard Hawks), Pickpocket (Robert Bresson)
1960
Winner: Breathless (Jean-Luc Godard)
Other nominees: Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock), La Dolce Vita (Federico Fellini), L'Avventura (Michelangelo Antonioni), The Apartment (Billy Wilder)
1961
Winner: Viridiana (Luis Buñuel)
Other nominees: Last Year at Marienbad (Alain Resnais), La Notte (Michelangelo Antonioni), West Side Story (Robert Wise, Jerome Robbins), Yojimbo (Akira Kurosawa)
1962
Winner: Lawrence of Arabia (David Lean)
Other nominees: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (John Ford), Jules and Jim (François Truffaut), Cléo from 5 to 7 (Agnes Varda), L'Eclisse (Michelangelo Antonioni)
1963
Winner 8 1/2 (Federico Fellini)
Other nominees: Le Mepris (Jean-Luc Godard), The Leopard (Luchino Visconti), The Birds (Alfred Hitchcock), The Executioner (Luis García Berlanga)
1964
Winner: Dr. Strangelove (Stanley Kubrick)
Other nominees: Gertrud (Carl Theodor Dreyer), The Gospel According to St. Matthew (Pier Paolo Pasolini), The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Jacques Demy), Black God, White Devil (Glauber Rocha)
1965
Winner: Pierrot Le Fou (Jean-Luc Godard)
Other nominees: Chimes at Midnight (Orson Welles), Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (Sergei Parajanov), Le Bonheur (Agnes Varda), Doctor Zhivago (David Lean)
1966
Winner: Persona (Ingmar Bergman)
Other nominees: Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky), Au Hasard Balthazar (Robert Bresson), The Battle of Algiers (Gillo Pontecorvo), Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni)
1967
Winner: Playtime (Jacques Tati)
Other nominees: Mouchette (Robert Bresson), Le Samouraï (Jean-Pierre Melville), Belle de Jour (Luis Buñuel), The Graduate (Mike Nichols)
1968
Winner: 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick)
Other nominees: Once Upon a Time in the West (Sergio Leone), Rosemary's Baby (Roman Polanski), Memories of Underdevelopment (Tomás Gutiérrez Alea), Faces (John Cassavetes)
1969
Winner: The Wild Bunch (Sam Peckinpah)
Other nominees: The Color of Pomegranates (Sergei Parajanov), Kes (Ken Loach), My Night at Maud's (Eric Rohmer), Army of Shadows (Jean-Pierre Melville)
1970
Winner: The Conformist (Bernado Bertolucci)
Other nominees: Wanda (Barbara Loden), Performance (Nicholas Roeg), Husbands (John Cassavetes), Tristana (Luis Buñuel)
1971
Winner: A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick)
Other nominees: Death in Venice (Luchino Visconti), McCabe & Mrs. Miller (Robert Altman), A Touch of Zen (King Hu), Out 1 (Jacques Rivette)
1972
Winner: The Godfather (Francis Ford Coppola)
Other nominees: Aguirre, the Wrath of God (Werner Herzog), Cries and Whispers (Ingmar Bergman), The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Luis Buñuel), Solaris (Andrei Tarkovsky)
1973
Winner: Amarcord (Federico Fellini)
Other nominees: The Mother and the Whore (Jean Eustache), The Spirit of the Beehive (Victor Erice), Don't Look Now (Nicholas Roeg), Badlands (Terrence Malick)
1974
Winner: The Godfather: Part II (Francis Ford Coppola)
Other nominees: Chinatown (Roman Polanski), A Woman Under the Influence (John Cassavetes), Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (Rainer Werner Fassbinder), Celine and Julie Go Boating (Jacques Rivette)
1975
Winner: Jeanne Dielman (Chantal Akerman)
Other nominees: Mirror (Andrei Tarkovsky), Barry Lyndon (Stanley Kubrick), Nashville (Robert Altman), Jaws (Steven Spielberg)
1976
Winner: Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese)
Other nominees: News from Home (Chantal Akerman), Kings of the Road (Wim Wenders), In the Realm of Senses (Nagisa Oshima), The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (John Cassavetes)
1977
Winner: Annie Hall (Woody Allen)
Other nominees: Star Wars (George Lucas), Close Encounter of the Third Kind (Steven Spielberg), Eraserhead (David Lynch), The Ascent (Larisa Shepitko)
1978
Winner: Killer of Sheep (Charles Burnett)
Other nominees: Days of Heaven (Terrence Malick), The Deer Hunter (Michael Cimino), The Tree of Wooden Clogs (Ermanno Olmi), In a Year with 13 Moons (Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
1979
Winner: Apocalypse Now (Francis Ford Coppola)
Other nominees: Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky), Alien (Ridley Scott), Manhattan (Woody Allen), All That Jazz (Bob Fosse)
1980
Winner: Raging Bull (Martin Scorsese)
Other nominees: The Shining (Stanley Kubrick), The Empire Strike Back (Irvin Kershner), Heaven's Gate (Michael Cimino), The Elephant Man (David Lynch)
1981
Winner: Raiders of the Lost Ark (Steven Spielberg)
Other nominees: Possession (Andrzej Żuławski), Blow Out (Brian de Palma), Mad Max 2 (George Miller), An American Werewolf in London (John Landis)
1982
Winner: Blade Runner (Ridley Scott)
Other nominees: Fanny and Alexander (Ingmar Bergman), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Steven Spielberg), The Thing (John Carpenter), The King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese)
1983
Winner: Sans Soleil (Chris Marker)
Other nominees: L'Argent (Robert Bresson), Videodrome (David Cronenberg), Nostalgia (Andrei Tarkovsky), A Nos Amours (Maurice Pialat)
1984
Winner: Once Upon a Time in America (Sergio Leone)
Other nominees: Paris, Texas (Wim Wenders), Love Streams (John Cassavetes), Amadeus (Milos Forman), Stranger Than Paradise (Jim Jarmusch)
1985
Winner: Shoah (Claude Lanzmann)
Other nominees: Come and See (Elem Klimov), Ran (Akira Kurosawa), Vagabond (Agnes Varda), Brazil (Terry Gilliam)
1986
Winner: Blue Velvet (David Lynch)
Other nominees: The Green Ray (Eric Rohmer), The Sacrifice (Andrei Tarkovsky), Aliens (James Cameron), Hannah and Her Sisters (Woody Allen)
1987
Winner: Wings of Desire (Wim Wenders)
Other nominees: Where is the Friend's House (Abbas Kiarostami), The Dead (John Huston), Withnail and I (Bruce Robinson), Yeelen (Souleymanne Cisse)
1988
Winner: My Neighbor Totoro (Hayao Miyazaki)
Other nominees: Cinema Paradiso (Giuseppe Tornatore), Distant Voices, Still Lives (Terence Davies), The Thin Blue Line (Errol Morris), Grave of the Fireflies (Isao Takahata)
1989
Winner: Do the Right Thing (Spike Lee)
Other nominees: A City of Sadness (Hou Hsiao-hsien), Crimes and Misdemeanors (Woody Allen), When Harry Met Sally (Rob Reiner), The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (Peter Greenaway)
1990
Winner: Close-Up (Abbas Kiarostami)
Other nominees: Goodfellas (Martin Scorsese), Days of Being Wild (Wong Kar-wai), An Angel at My Table (Jane Campion), Paris is Burning (Jessie Livingston)
1991
Winner: A Brighter Summer Day (Edward Yang)
Other nominees: Daughters of the Dust (Julie Dash), The Double Life of Veronique (Krzysztof Kieslowski), The Silence of the Lambs (Jonathan Demme), Raise the Red Lantern (Zhang Yimou)
1992
Winner: Unforgiven (Clint Eastwood)
Other nominees: The Quince Tree Sun (Victor Erice), Orlando (Sally Potter), Life, and Nothing More (Abbas Kiarostami), Reservoir Dogs (Quentin Tarantino)
1993
Winner: The Piano (Jane Campion)
Other nominees: Schindler's List (Steven Spielberg), Three Colors: Blue (Krzysztof Kieslowski), Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis), The Puppetmaster (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
1994
Winner: Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino)
Other nominees: Satantango (Bela Tarr), Chungking Express (Wong Kar-wai), Three Colors: Red (Krzysztof Kieslowski), Through the Olive Tree (Abbas Kiarostami)
1995
Winner: Heat (Michael Mann)
Other nominees: Underground (Emir Kusturica), Safe (Todd Haynes), Casino (Martin Scorsese), Dead Man (Jim Jarmusch)
1996
Winner: Breaking the Waves (Lars von Trier)
Other nominees: Fargo (Joel Coen), A Moment of Innocence (Mohsen Makhmalbaf), Secrets and Lies (Mike Leigh), Crash (David Cronenberg)
1997
Winner: Taste of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostami)
Other nominees: Happy Together (Wong Kar-wai), Lost Highway (David Lynch), Boogie Nights (Paul Thomas Anderson), Princess Mononoke (Hayao Miyazaki)
1998
Winner: Histoire(s) du Cinema (Jean-Luc Godard)
Other nominees: The Thin Red Line (Terrence Malick), The Big Lebowski (Joel Coen), The Celebration (Thomas Vinterberg), Flowers of Shanghai (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
1999
Winner: Beau Travail (Claire Denis)
Other nominees: Magnolia (Paul Thomas Anderson), The Matrix (Wachowskis), Eyes Wide Shut (Stanley Kubrick), All About My Mother (Pedro Almodovar)
2000
Winner: In The Mood for Love (Wong Kar-wai)
Other nominees: Yi Yi (Edward Yang), The Gleaners and I (Agnes Varda), Werckmeister Harmonies (Bela Tarr), In Vanda's Room (Pedro Costa)
2001
Winner: Mulholland Drive (David Lynch)
Other nominees: Spirited Away (Hayao Miyazaki), La Ciénaga (Lucrecia Martel), A.I: Artificial Intelligence (Steven Spielberg), The Fellowship of the Ring (Peter Jackson)
2002
Winner: City of God (Fernando Meirelles)
Other nominees: Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks (Wang Bing), Talk to Her (Pedro Almodovar), Russian Ark (Aleksandr Sukurov), Morvern Callar (Lynne Ramsay)
2003
Winner: Goodbye, Dragon Inn (Tsai Ming-liang)
Other nominees: Dogville (Lars von Trier), Lost in Translation (Sofia Coppola), Elephant (Gus van Sant), Oldboy (Park Chan-wook)
2004
Winner: Tropical Malady (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Other nominees: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Michel Gondry), The Intruder (Claire Denis), Before Sunset (Richard Linklater), Sideways (Alexander Payne)
2005
Winner: Caché (Michael Haneke)
Other nominees: The Death of Mr. Lazarescu (Cristi Puiu), Brokeback Mountain (Ang Lee), The New World (Terrence Malick), Grizzly Man (Werner Herzog)
2006
Winner: Syndromes and a Century (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Other nominees: Inland Empire (David Lynch), Pan's Labyrinth (Guillermo del Toro), The Lives of Others (Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck), Children of Men (Alfonso Cuaron)
2007
Winner: There Will Be Blood (Paul Thomas Anderson)
Other nominees: No Country for Old Men (Coens), Zodiac (David Fincher), Silent Light (Carlos Reygadas), 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days (Cristian Mungiu)
2008
Winner: The Headless Woman (Lucrecia Martel)
Other nominees: WALL-E (Andrew Stanton), Synecdoche, New York (Charlie Kaufman), The Dark Knight (Christopher Nolan), Hunger (Steve McQueen)
2009
Winner: The White Ribbon (Michael Haneke)
Other nominees: A Prophet (Jacques Audiard), Fish Tank (Andrea Arnold), Inglourious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino), Avatar (James Cameron)
2010
Winner: Uncle Boonmee (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Other nominees: Nostalgia for the Light (Patricio Guzman), The Social Network (David Fincher), Mysteries of Lisbon (Raul Ruiz), Meek's Cutoff (Kelly Reichardt)
2011
Winner: The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick)
Other nominees: A Separation (Asghar Farhadi), Melancholia (Lars von Trier), The Turin Horse (Bela Tarr), Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (Nuri Bilge Ceylan)
2012
Winner: Holy Motors (Leos Carax)
Other nominees: The Act of Killing (Joshua Oppenheimer), The Master (Paul Thomas Anderson), Amour (Michael Haneke), Tabu (Miguel Gomes)
2013
Winner: Under the Skin (Jonathan Glazer)
Other nominees: The Great Beauty (Paolo Sorrentino), Blue is the Warmest Color (Abdellatif Kechiche), Ida (Pawel Pawlikowski), 12 Years a Slave (Steve McQueen)
2014
Winner: Boyhood (Richard Linklater)
Other nominees: Goodbye to Language (Jean-Luc Godard), The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson), Girlhood (Celine Sciamma), Interstellar (Christopher Nolan)
2015
Winner: Mad Max; Fury Road (George Miller)
Other nominees: Carol (Todd Haynes), Cemetery of Splendor (Apichatpong Weerasethakul), The Assassin (Hou Hsiao-hsien), No Home Movie (Chantal Akerman)
2016
Winner: Moonlight (Barry Jenkins)
Other nominees: Toni Erdmann (Maren Ade), American Honey (Andrea Arnold), Arrival (Denis Villeneuve), Certain Women (Kelly Reichardt)
2017
Winner: Get Out (Jordan Peele)
Other nominees: Zama (Lucrecia Martel), Phantom Thread (Paul Thomas Anderson), You Were Never Really Here (Lynne Ramsay), Lady Bird (Greta Gerwig)
2018
Winner: Roma (Alfonso Cuaron)
Other nominees: Happy as Lazzaro (Alice Rohrwacher), Burning (Lee Chang-dong), An Elephant Sitting Still (Hu Bo), Shoplifters (Hirokazu Kore-eda)
2019
Winner: Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Celine Sciamma)
Other nominees: Parasite (Bong Joon-ho), Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Quentin Tarantino), Atlantics (Mati Diop), First Cow (Kelly Reichardt)
2020
Winner: Nomadland (Chloe Zhao)
Other nominees: Time (Garrett Bradley), Never Rarely Sometimes Always (Eliza Hitman), Days (Tsai Ming-liang), Quo Vadis, Aida? (Jasmila Zbanic)
2021
Winner: Petite Maman (Celine Sciamma)
Other nominees: The Power of the Dog (Jane Campion), Drive My Car (Ryusuke Hamaguchi), Titane (Julia Docournau), Memoria (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
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2023.05.27 03:26 Seekay5 Jack in the box!

So LE has their man, BK. They claim he acted alone. In steps NewsNation, Dateline, You Tubers to push unconfirmed sources. All in a way to create the single killer theory. Sort of like when JFK got shot. It was one man. With magical bullets. He also acted alone. They want you to believe BK (without any confirmed Special Ops training) sneaked in this house and killed 4 on two floors, without alerting two roommates. He prevented any of the 4 from screaming or attempting to dial 911. Then he was lucky enough, that 911 was no called for 8 hours! What are the odds?
I think BK was possibly part of this is some way. Either he was involved and was there as a witness to what happened. We are though supposed to believe all this was the result of one man's lust over one girl (though they wont state who the target was)
You also have to ignore other things. Some things which just don't fit their narrative but is highly questionable. An really the only reason to not consider them is LE states only 1 person did this.
I didn't personally know any of the victims. The victims families or even anyone from Moscow, let alone Idaho. I have no connection to BK. This is just theory. Speculation on my part.
Dave confirms LE did not question the band field kids in the body cam video. Nobody at his Frat was questioned. The trash dumpster was not searched. Inhan Harsh said he was not questioned as a suspect. He was asked if he heard anything. An he lived near the king road house.
There are strange things surrounding Jack D. 3 weeks after his relationship with his ex ended she is murdered. Any other case like this he might of been brought in a few times for questioning. He would of a least publicly would of been named a person of interest. Was he ever?
Wasn't early on the story was he was sleeping? If I recall, someone said he went to bed at 11pm. I can't confirm that, but if he did you telling me he slept 13 hours and did not get any of the early chats or a txt from someone?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGVbqUazri0&t=2386s
When Jack is brought up in the interview. Kaylee's sister sorta changes her train of thought mid sentence. Steve shakes his head.
Then it was confirmed by Kaylee's family on the above video he was at corner club. He was tired he worked all day her mom says. Yet didn't Dave claim he and Adam went to play video games all night? An some guy was their alibi? So Jack does not walk with them to Grub truck or share a ride. Jack S walks with them. If Jack wasn't sleeping why didn't he answer his phone? He is was in love and wanted Kaylee, she was his one true love... why didnt he answer?
Then "what did you tell Adam" incident happens. Which was pushed off as nothing. Another thing about that clip. Weeks earlier the Vape store guy was claiming Kaylee's friends were hinting she was being stalked. They would walk behind her. Protect her. Yet they walk drunk to the food truck at night? Was Jack S asked because Jack D declined?
The KG family even claim in the above video they were suspect of Jack D. Checked him for scratches. Questioned him. Checked his shoes. Jack convinced them, but I have not heard from Jack, myself. He has been quiet.
Go back to the morning of the murder. Kaylee's mom says "Jack would of called" if something happened to Kaylee. He didn't. where was he?
They hint that not only Kaylee and Maddie called Jack that morning, but sent txts. Making reference if he didn't pick up the phone she was leaving town tonight.
Jack D has not made a statement as far as I know. Not through a lawyer.
Jake, Maddie's BF. Spoke at the memorial (and he was hurting) he even commented a month ago about losing Maddie. Why hasn't Jack? He passed at the memorial.
Then Steve sorta gives Jack D a look at the end when he approaches KG's mom at the memorial. Jack is never introduced by the Goncalves family at the memorial. No mention of him. He stands there. Jack is family, though. huh
I really believe KG's mom loves Jack. She talked about them getting married eventually and having kids. His sister mentioned he watched their kids. That's not a crime of passion. An BK mentioned to his neighbor he thought the 4 murders on King road were a crime of passion.
In the video above they mention Kaylee went on a date in which some guy called her a bitch. Was this guy ever checked out, confirmed by LE ? Probably not. So Jack was ok with that? Seems kinda soon after they broke up she went out with another guy.
She was going on a European trip and posted on Facebook about getting a roommate in Austin for 4 months. Jack didn't seem like he was in her immediate plans. She was moving on at least for now. More than likely once she was in Austin she would of continued dating.
I'm not saying Jack D killed the 4 victims in the King road house, but there is a fair share of stuff about him that don't make sense. Almost as much as BK being the killer and acting alone.
That's really the issue with this case. Too many cleared too quickly. Focused on one person in an effort to HOPE they got the right guy. An if they didn't, well we will just leak unconfirmed rumors to get a biased jury.
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2023.05.27 01:48 Fenvox 435

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Because I always considered myself a bit of a Hufflepuff. Oh, you're huffing and puffing. All right. Need to get your ass on a fucking ventilator, Joe. You're just mad They're about to take your ass off to Azkaban. Donald, be careful out there. I hear the weather is a bit stormy. Oh, shit. Joe. With the fucking rumble combo, man's a straight G, no question.

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Appreciate you swinging some love my way B dog. They should swing you from a fucking news, Joe, you crispy turd. How many years you think Donny gets? Oh, I know how we can figure that out. Pick a number between one and ten. Ten?

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Guys, I need your help. I forgot my password. Your password to what, Joe? My password to everything. How the fuck do you forget your password to everything? Well, because I use the same password for everything. Well, why would you use the same password for everything, Joe? Because it's easier to remember. Yeah, well, how's that working out for you, Joe?

00:20:49:08 - 00:21:04:29
Unknown
For Christ's sake, I thought I'd be able to remember it. Yeah, that's some damn good remembering you're doing there, my friend. Keep it up. Just reset your password, pimp It ain't that deep, but I don't want to reset my password. Why not, Joe? Because then I have to remember a new password. But you don't even fucking remember the old password.

00:21:05:00 - 00:21:21:21
Unknown
Jesus Christ. It's. It's like reasoning with Putin. All right, all right. Well, what was the last password You remember, Joe? It was Biden rocks, lol. Of course it was. Okay, then change it to Biden rocks. LOL one. Does that work? It says I need a special character. Oh, you are a special fucking character, Joe. Don't you worry about that.

00:21:21:22 - 00:21:40:14
Unknown
Donnie with the font size 42 wing ding ding bong. Keep it pushin bush. I bet your password is I underscore did 911. Now it's actually I underscore plead the fucking fifth hacked that bill you old bitch both great passwords guys but I really need my own one fucking Joe. Just add an exclamation point or an asterisk. Wasn't asterisk a concentration camp?

00:21:40:17 - 00:21:56:16
Unknown
Holy shit, you guys. Little Joe Sleep has lost his fucking sheep. An asterisk is a star, Joe. It's just the proper term for it. It's still not working. Barack. All right, well, then, I don't know. Joe Why don't you just make it? I'm to Biden later. 2023. That's actually fire to me. Next, your password exceeds the character limit.

00:21:56:17 - 00:22:14:22
Unknown
Oh, for God's sake. Why is this so hard? That's what she said. No, she didn't. Maybe not to you, flaccid Florence. Hey, that's my gamertag. Why don't you just make your password the launch codes to our nuclear weapons? Oh, yeah. Great idea. Until Joe thinks he's logging into onlyfans and accidentally launches a fucking nuke. I don't even remember the launch codes, guys.

00:22:14:22 - 00:22:32:19
Unknown
Phew. Glad you aren't in charge of protecting the country or anything. Oh, wait. All right, Joe, Just make your password pres Game 2023. But I want it to be specific to me. Fine. Then how about Big Bad Biden? 2023. I just. I don't know. Why don't you make it? I'm a fucking moron, and we'll never remember this password anyway.

00:22:32:22 - 00:22:36:21
Unknown
New password cannot be old password. You've got to be shitting me.

00:22:36:21 - 00:22:51:28
Unknown
All right. Now that I've had the time to cool off, I. I just wanted to take the time to apologize to you. Oh, O'Donnell, you don't have to. No, no. See, I was out of line yesterday, and it was not okay. I see that now. Good man. Donald, I hope you can accept my apology from the bottom of my fucking heart, man.

00:22:51:28 - 00:23:09:17
Unknown
Truly. I'm sorry. Well, thank you, Donny. That's mighty big of you. Apology accepted. Appreciated, Joe. You're a good man. And even though we've had our differences, I consider you a friend. Even if you are a freaky little fucking gargoyle. And we're back. Hey. Hey. Fuck you. My eggs are most certainly not hardboiled. Oh, for the love of God.

00:23:09:18 - 00:23:25:07
Unknown
No, no, you're right, Joe. They're scrambled just like your fucking brains. Oh, come on. I'm surprised you were even let out of palliative fucking care long enough to connect to the server today. Joe Oh, fuck off, John. Only a walking, talking fucking miracle, my man. Kudos to you. You know what, Donnie? I've heard just about a fucking nuff out of you.

00:23:25:13 - 00:23:41:06
Unknown
I say we settle this like men. Oh, yeah? And how would men settle this, Joe? Well, I'll tell you, the scrawny little bitch of a man that you are would probably disintegrate into a pile of fucking sand if I so much as laid a hand on you, you skeletal looking. Fuck, yeah, yeah, whatever. Donnie, Keep running your fucking mouth.

00:23:41:08 - 00:23:56:27
Unknown
Hey, be money. How would they settle this beef in the hood, player? Okay, first of all, that's enormously fucking offensive, Joe. You should know better. Yeah. Aren't I supposed to be the racist, Joe? Secondly, a rap battle ought to settle this shit up good and proper. My dog. I'm sorry. Did you just say a fucking rap battle? What's the matter, Donnie?

00:23:56:27 - 00:24:15:16
Unknown
Don't want the smoke. Smoke? The only smoke you're capable of. Joe would be linked to a short fucking circuit. You wrinkly android bitch. Sounds like you're down for the cause than Donnie. Or are you bitchin? Hell, no, I ain't fucking bitch. And I'm far superior than Joe in all aspects of our adult lives. And I sure as fuck ain't scared of vanilla life over there.

00:24:15:18 - 00:24:32:28
Unknown
Okay, 30 seconds on you then, you punk ass bitch. Okay, let's see then. Hey, sleepy Joe, Peep the show. Your time is up. You need to go. You're a Democrat. You're shit is hell a wack? You're about to get attacked. So step it back. Remember that? Yeah. Trump zilla in the Hill, boys. Fuck with me. That shit was.

00:24:32:28 - 00:24:47:07
Unknown
Ask Donnie. No, Kap, don't quit your day job, homie. Your kids will go hungry. All right, all right, all right. It's my fucking turn now. Well, this ought to be good. Can't wait to see what sort of heat Mr. N.W. Alzheimer's brings to the fucking table. Yo, I've been waiting for a chance to show I'm tight with the rhymes.

00:24:47:07 - 00:25:02:05
Unknown
Oval Office got the splits and see, I'm lighting up mine. Oh, we got bars. Big Donnie stepping up to put his life on the line. That's why the homies call me Joe. Because I've been Biden my time. I'm about to end this motherfucker. Run it back, Prez. Run it back. I'm about to end this. Donald Trump. Oh, fucking please.

00:25:02:05 - 00:25:19:12
Unknown
He said I'm wack, but played the grandpa in the Munsters. He's sweating bad because his career is in the dumpster. Look at Donny Yo. He's flustered. I'm a Democrat. Boy, I keep it real. Yo, I'm a never cat boy. Donald Trump. You gonna remember that boy? Oval Office where the men are at? Boy, you ain't ever that boy.

00:25:19:14 - 00:25:39:08
Unknown
You're done now. Holy fucking shit, Joe. That shit was tight, my brother. You got bars on bars on bars with compound fucking interest. Good shit, dog. That was unreal. Now, where the fuck did that come from? This motherfucker can barely remember his own name and spits this shit off the fly like he's slim. Fucking shady. I don't buy it, but fuck, man, you're in the wrong fucking profession, Joe.

00:25:39:15 - 00:25:56:24
Unknown
You should get the fuck out of the White House and into a recording studio. My guy. Hottest album 2023. No question. We making it out the fucking hood with this one. Facts. All facts. That shit was straight heat, Joe. They've been sleeping on Sleepy Joe. For real. For real. Hey, wait. What? Sorry, I. I just blacked out for a second.

00:25:56:24 - 00:26:12:22
Unknown
What's going on? Where am I? You're in eight mile from the fucking sounds of a Joe word. He is eight mile. What the fuck is that? You know, eight mile. Eminem. Oh, no. I'm really more of a Skittles kind of guy myself. Donny should probably try tasting a few less rainbows and some more of your medication there. Joe.

00:26:12:22 - 00:26:16:25
Unknown
You're brain dead. Laura. Kit And we're back.

00:26:16:25 - 00:26:33:05
Unknown
All right, gentlemen. It looks like Tick Tock removed our first video, so we've got to kill the fuck out with the slurs for a minute. That means you. Me? Oh, come on. What in the holy hell did I fucking do? You know damn well what you did, Donny. Making fun of my. My. You know, the whole Jumanji thing.

00:26:33:08 - 00:26:48:25
Unknown
Barack said it best. That was a low blow. Oh, come on, now, Joe. You and I have said far fucking worse to each other in the confines of our own homes, and you know it. But if I can't get away with being my fucking self on Tik-Tok, then I got a friend I can call who just might. What the fuck's that supposed to mean, Donny?

00:26:48:28 - 00:27:06:02
Unknown
You see, the problem is, Joe, I've been playing. You fucked knuckles at a decent fucking advantage this entire time. And it's time to even out the playing field, if you catch my fucking drift. Wait. So who are you going to call? Donnie? Fucking Ghostbusters, Barack. Who the fuck do you think? No way. Really? Oh, my God, Boy. Shit's about to get spooky.

00:27:06:05 - 00:27:23:17
Unknown
Shit's already spooky, Joe. Doesn't get much spookier when we've got Barack Obama. Another nursery in Casper. The friendly fucking ghost in the same damn Discord server. Now, what the fuck did I just say about the slurs, Donnie? Yeah, Donnie, don't make me hop back on the mic again and rip you a new asshole, because I. I went easy on you yesterday.

00:27:23:17 - 00:27:44:00
Unknown
But today I'll end your life. You know what, Joe? Your family should do You and the rest of the country a favor and end your fucking life as a mercy killing. Look up euthanasia and find your closest clinic you decomposed corpse. Donnie, please quit flaming the fucking guy. You're going to get us banned from Tik-Tok. I'm sorry, but Joe's life clock is the only thing that's going fucking ticktock around here.

00:27:44:00 - 00:28:01:11
Unknown
Obama. Oh, fuck you, Donnie. I hate you so goddamn much, you pussy ass bitch. I'm just saying what we're all fucking thinking, Joe. Quite fitting that you rap so well and call yourself AMC because you look like an extra from an episode of The Walking Fucking Dead, my friend. And it ain't fucking pretty. Fuck you, Donnie. You don't deserve my bars.

00:28:01:12 - 00:28:19:17
Unknown
Oh, well, thank fucking God for that. Because you might rap like 50 Cent, but you got $0.00 in that puddle of piss you call a brain, you sentient fucking vegetable. Oh, we're getting fucking banned for sure today, fellas. Whatever, Donnie, you can bring whoever the fuck you like to the table and you'll both be served some knuckle fucking sandwiches.

00:28:19:24 - 00:28:38:29
Unknown
Knuckle sandwiches? Yeah, that's right. What are you, a fucking supervillain from the fifties? You belong in a Batman comic, Joe. You know, considering you're absolutely batshit fucking crazy. Fuck you. Jesus fucking Christ, my man. Get it together. This is exactly the type of shit that gets our videos pulled from the platform. Donnie. Yeah, Donnie, Give it a fucking rest, my guy.

00:28:38:29 - 00:28:57:19
Unknown
For the love of God, I'm begging you. You know what, Obama? You and Joe seem to share the same fucking sentiments so much that I could almost call you twins. Twins? Yeah. And it's a good thing, too, because in case you haven't figured it out yet, I got a good fucking pal who's got some history with twins. And I know that he's just itching to send a fucking plane your way.

00:28:57:23 - 00:29:09:19
Unknown
Oh, no, you don't fucking mean who I think you mean, do you, Donnie? Well, how fucking do you want to be motherfuckers? Georgie, Babes in the fucking house, you dig? Oh, for the love of fucking God, Donnie.

00:29:09:19 - 00:29:30:11
Unknown
Hello, 911. Yes, I'd like to report a hostage situation. A hostage litigation. Oh, God. Someone call the president. You are the fucking president, Joe. Oh, yeah, I. Well, I guess I kind of forgot about that. Yes, gentlemen, it's true. There's a hostage situation. President Sleepy Joe sleep in. Is being held captive by his own fucking Alzheimer's. Oh, fuck off, Donnie.

00:29:30:17 - 00:29:45:29
Unknown
The only person who's being held captive around here is your fucking wife. Hey, now, never go after a man's wife, Joseph. That's just un-Christian. Yeah, but his towers are fair. Fucking game, right, Georgie boy? I plead the Fifth. Look, Yvonne is a prisoner of fucking war. There's no two ways about it. Oh, give me a fucking break, Joe.

00:29:46:00 - 00:30:04:19
Unknown
I hear the Czech Republic are trying to negotiate her safe passage home as we fucking speak, you guys. Hot damn, Joe, that one was stone cold. Yeah, he's right, Joe. You are stone cold. Stone cold. Steve Austin. So fucking ferocious. Fuck you, Donnie. You look like what you'd get if an open loompa had sex with Mrs. Fucking PA from SpongeBob, you freak of fucking nature.

00:30:04:19 - 00:30:20:15
Unknown
Oh, I'm the freak of nature. I don't know why I expect anything less any more. I swear to God. You all be mad. Mad? Yeah. Joe is mad. Mad Brock. He's got a brain like a half melted fucking ice cream cone. Vanilla for me, please. I don't like chocolate. And yet, Camilla Harris is your second in command. How's that fucking work?

00:30:20:16 - 00:30:43:29
Unknown
Oh, you bugging for that one? Donald Trump can pumpkin looking ass straight, goofy. Are we still getting ice cream or not? You know what, Bush? I'm glad you're here. For a minute there, I almost forgot you existed. Oh. Ha, ha. Joseph, where have you been living? Somewhere with the rest of al Qaeda, Right. At least he hasn't been living in whatever fucking broom closet they stuff you in when you aren't mumbling your way through a presidential fucking address, Joe.

00:30:44:00 - 00:31:03:19
Unknown
Oh, back off, Donnie. No, he's right, Barack. I have been in the broom closet. That's how I swept the fucking floor with you during the last fucking election. Donna, you fucking hairless looking orangutan. Well, it's too bad that since then you seem to have fallen a few ballots short of a rigged fucking election. Joe and I ain't talking about the polls if you catch my fucking meaning.

00:31:03:23 - 00:31:23:24
Unknown
How about you catch these fucking hands instead, Donnie? Oh, I'd like to see you try, Joe, you brittle fucking bitch. You'd have better luck cracking the fucking Da Vinci Code, my man. Honestly, you look like you're made entirely out of paper fucking mush. It's a wonder they haven't accidentally recycled your ass by now. You mean like, how you recycle the same shit house fucking jokes?

00:31:23:24 - 00:31:41:16
Unknown
Donny, You're the gift that keeps on giving. Well, it's a good thing you've got about one more sleep till Christmas, then. Joe, you nocturnal fucking zebra. You. Oh, quit your fucking bitch. And Donna, you were the worst president in this server. Allegedly. Yeah, for real. Joe has had fucking dementia episodes that have lasted longer than you did in office.

00:31:41:16 - 00:32:01:13
Unknown
Donald. Whoa, whoa, whoa. Friendly fire. Friendly fire. My bad. Gee, I didn't mean for you to catch the strays. I got carried away. That's on me. Mighty noble of you to come to the defense of your ex fucking butler, Obama. I'm sure he served you and Michelle well back in 28. 28. God, those were the days. That was some damn good Coca-Cola, son.

00:32:01:17 - 00:32:20:12
Unknown
More like cuckoo fucking cola, Joe, you dilapidated fucking pigeon. You're one more insult away from getting all the smoke, Donnie. Keep it. Push it, pimp. You don't want none, homie. Yeah. Donnie Because I'm six foot of pure Pennsylvania fucking pussy slayer. Don't make me take your bitch now you're here for God fucking sake. Doesn't anyone know how to shut this guy up?

00:32:20:14 - 00:32:38:08
Unknown
Someone please get this fucking puppy a new chew toy, for crying out loud. Keep running your fucking mouth, Donnie. And I might just have to fucking throw a punch. You nobody says throw punch anymore. Joe. What? Have you been living under a rock? Wait, wait, wait. I thought we finally fucking left a rock. Oh, dear God, Joe. All of my hard work fucking wasted.

00:32:38:13 - 00:32:55:19
Unknown
I can't even keep up with you, Joe. You nimble little hamster. You. Honestly, this guy blows my mind harder than Lee Harvey Oswald blew JFK and he blew that shit right off. I ain't got fucking time for this, Donnie. I'm having the Clintons over for dinner, so I'm out. But if you run your mouth again, you have my word.

00:32:55:21 - 00:33:02:19
Unknown
I'll send you Collapsing harder than Bush collapsed the World Trade Center back in 2001, allegedly.

00:33:02:19 - 00:33:21:00
Unknown
All right, fellas. Enough of the fucking flame wars. Can we please play the fucking objective today? We're zero in six and games of Sandy this year and have a higher KD against each other than we do against any other team. Now, now, that's not entirely true, Barak. Last I checked, Bush has a CD of 2996 that dates back to September 2001.

00:33:21:07 - 00:33:39:07
Unknown
Just plant the fucking bomb, would you, Joseph? Oh, yeah. You know all about planting bombs, right, Georgie boy? Under the advice of my attorney, I invoke my Fifth Amendment privilege against self incineration. It's self-incrimination, George. Incineration is what you did to collapse the fucking towers, my guy. Wait, wait, guys. Is that an AC 130? Who the fuck is Tracy Van?

00:33:39:07 - 00:33:59:22
Unknown
Ernie? Wait. Where? Donnie. I can't see Shit. Oh, wait. Never mind, you guys. It's just Barack Obama, the orphan bomber flying overhead. Looks like our citizens are safe. This is exactly why they keep censoring our fucking talks. Donnie. First they removed our video. Now they're muting our sounds. We need to tone it down. Oh, fuck that, Barack. Let's give the people what they want.

00:33:59:25 - 00:34:23:04
Unknown
If Tick Tock won't let us give the people an all out fucking demolition derby, then I say we find a platform that will. I'm with Trump on this one. What have you got in mind, Donny? Three words, gentlemen. Presidential fucking YouTube. Oh, no. Does that mean another fucking password? I'm running out of numbers to put after Biden rocks lol.
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2023.05.27 01:22 mlebjerg 💻🐍 Market Maker Signals 2023-05-26 🐍💻

💻🐍 Market Maker Signals 2023-05-26 🐍💻
https://preview.redd.it/mn9705are92b1.png?width=1904&format=png&auto=webp&s=b5593a9a5123b4b3f6f460d2139fa370b206a040

Here is the chart: https://gme-mmsignals.netlify.app/26May23GME
Total volume: 2241929
Signal counts:
Counts
🔻 Down, 300's 240
➡️ Sideways, 400's 108
💥 Gap it, 500's 87
🤷‍♂️ I am short on shares, 505's 0
🔹 Resistance, 600's 37
💹 UP!, 700's 9
💹 UP!, 777's 1
🔊 Volume coming, 800's 12
🕊️ Trade free, 900's 11
📰 NEWS, 911's 0
🛑 Don't let it run, 1000's 35
🚀 Let it run, 2100's 1
Signals pr. exchange:
Counts
FINRA 237
NYSE 107
DRCTEDGE 55
ISLAND 48
BATS 33
ARCA 20
MEMX 14
BYX 13
IEX 10
EDGEA 2
PEARL 1
PSX 1
Total 541
Trades pr. exchange:
Counts
FINRA 10330
ISLAND 4575
NYSE 2371
DRCTEDGE 2132
BATS 1989
ARCA 1733
MEMX 1384
IEX 890
EDGEA 414
PEARL 252
BEX 210
NYSENAT 192
BYX 189
PSX 150
AMEX 75
CHX 6
Total 26892

FAQ

What is this?
  • This is something i do every marketday, it started with this post, go read it to learn more.
Wut mean?
  • Who is really to say? Some days the signals fit really well, other day they don't, it is still up for debate.
Why do you keep posting these?
  • We are keeping a watchfull on our favorite stock, even if the signals turn out not to be a thing these can still be used to see how a single trading day looked.
Disclaimer: This is not and should not be used as a financial instrument, the information in this post should not be used to make ANY judgement on a trade. I do not sell this information to anyone, it is entirely free and opensource if people want to do it themselves. Github: https://github.com/mlebjerg/MemeMarketSignals. The chart is HTML that i export from plotly.js and upload it to netlify, a free service to host websites.
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2023.05.27 00:41 snkhuong So Diablo 4 is an MMO?

I thought it wasn't but I keep seeing people in this sub say stuff like 'D4 is the only MMO worth looking forward to this year'. Especially after news of Blue protocol being delayed and throne liberty being trash, I've seen quite a few people say D4 is the only thing left for 2023
I haven't seen much footage of D4 but seems like they have a shared world now? so is it like Lost ark now ?
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