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This popcorn has a different weight and nutritional content before vs. after popping
2023.06.10 04:31 Salty_Group This popcorn has a different weight and nutritional content before vs. after popping
2023.06.09 14:58 Andy-_-Dufresne Shipper requested shipment to be returned?!
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I was so excited when we finally got a shipping notice for our Luba 1000, then it goes from California all the way to Charlotte, NC. We live in Charleston, SC. The Luba was supposed to be delivered today! Then I get a notice that the shipper requested the shipment to be returned. What the hell!!! Makes no sense. I was so excited to get our new mower, I took out the boundary wire for our worx landroid because the Luba was going to take over this weekend. I am beyond disappointed. I’ve reached out to support and no response yet except for the automated response of we got your ticket. Has anyone else had this or anything like it happen? submitted by Andy-_-Dufresne to mammotion [link] [comments]
2023.06.09 05:59 berekbeter I know this questions sounds dumb but a bag of popped popcorn is 210 calories right? The whole bags/cups things is confusing me and this nutrition info isn’t like other popcorn I’ve had before
2023.06.09 04:23 rheise311 Looking for suggestions on cycling destinations / routes on my (USA) summer road trip
I will have about a week on my own to leisurely make my way from Savannah, GA back home to Maine, and will have my road bike with me. I will likely take a route along the lines of:
Day 1: Savannah, GA to Charlotte, NC Day 2: Charlotte, NC to Norfolk, VA Day 3: Norfolk, VA to Yardley, PA Day 4: Yardley, PA to Hartford, CT Day 5: Hartford, CT to Portland, ME
I was thinking I'd try to get in rides in the Savannah area on Day 1 before I leave, and then something in the Winston-Salem and/or Raleigh-Durham area on Day 2, and along the Delaware coast (Dewey Beach area?) Day 3. I have ridden around Yardley before and like the area. I have not ridden in the Hartford / neighboring suburbs much, but have driven lots of it.
My question is, if I'm going along this route (ish) are there any must-ride areas for scenic / iconic / enjoyable rides? Please let me know any / all thoughts!
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2023.06.08 17:20 TingisPingis2015 Way too early prediction for 2024 presidential polls, let me know what you think
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Hi guys, Democrat leaning independent from Ohio here trying to make some way too early predictions for 2024. *Ohio will not be competitive (<5%) presidentially.
I made 2 maps on 270towin First one Trump vs Biden Second one DeSantis vs Biden
Methodology for swing states: Added NC as a swing state as: 2020 margin ~74k (Trump) 2022 GOP senate margin with R Trump backed candidate ~114k, while Dems total got outspent 2:1 (October 2022 politico) Added Virginia as swing state as it was flipped +12 by Glenn Youngkin, a very similar candidate to non-Trump prospective GOP nominees like Ron Desantis.
Arizona Cari Lake ( Trump backed) lost by <1% in an non presidential year election even though Mark Kelly won by ~5%, largest margin for Dem senator since DeConcini (1988). Lean R for both Trump vs Biden Lean R for DeSantis vs Biden
Wisconsin Dem governor won by 3%>, GOP senator won by 2%>, epitome of swing state I gave it blank since GOP is having convention, and primary debates there, but Dems had convention in Philly 2016, and in Charlotte in 2012 and lost both. So historical proof of those things actually working in swing states isn’t great. Third party candidate will be key here, stealing mostly from D but also lil bit from R. Trump vs Biden Lean blue for DeSantis vs Biden… Abortion
North Carolina Trump won by 75 k, Ted Budd ( Trump backed) won by 114k Recent party flipping and abortion bans seem to have raised Dem anger, Democratic Party got outspent in state 2:1 43.8 mil to 22 mil in TV ads, Beasley was herself up 9 mil against Ted Budd total 43.8 vs 31. Previously in 2020 Dems had spent 136M total vs 109M total from Republicans and lost that seat as well to TrumpThillis by <2%. Money didn’t help there since Cunningham was marred by extramarital affairs allegations. Lean R for Trump vs Biden since Democrats haven’t shown they can do it since ObamaHagan in 08. Lean D for DeSantis vs Biden due to abortion restrictions,will be interesting to see if part flip anger results in D surge and boost Dems to the W.
Georgia Walker lost close 3%> Kemp won by 8. Third party will be key, mostly taking from Trump. Lean D Trump vs Biden, proven now in 4/5 state wide races 1 presidential 3 senate 1 governor Solid R DeSantis vs Biden, no history of Dems competing (<5%) to non Trump Georgia GOP before 2018 since Clinton 92 and Miller 2000. *I personally find Zelle Miller 2000 crazy, cause top of ticket Al Gore(D) lost to Bush 2 by 12 while Miller(D) beat Mack Mattingly(R) in same election by 20! This was due to Georgia having 12 consecutive years of D governors at that time, Georgia folks must have really hated Al Gore.
Pennsylvania Shapiro won by 17 albeit against lunatic Mastriano who wasn’t even endorsed by many other state GOP leaders Fetterman won by 5 against Oz (who may or may not have been from state, although H Clinton was elected to senate from NY in 2000 after being in Washington DC from prev 8 and Little Rock, Arkansas for prev 17 before that and Chicago, Illinois for her first 27…. but anyways Oz got boned by Mastriano+” You, your doctor and your local politician comments”) Progressive Dems grassroots organizations will keep Biden ahead, while pro - fracking/usual GOP groups will be supporting GOP candidates to keep them closeish. Lean D Trump vs Biden Lean D Desantis vs Biden
Way too early * Virginia Flipped by Glen Youngkin by 12 pts in 2021. Youngkin (crt, life starts at conception, anti-climate change) (signed bill getting rid of state portion of Virginia grocery tax,funded HBCUs (by removing it from DACA recipients), removed college req for some state jobs, endorsed by only black governor in Virginia history, squeezed more margins out of Trump 2020 Appalachia counties(crt/inflation Dem flips?) This is the way too early part, if Youngkin gets in the race, largely cause he can’t run in 2025 for governor, and finishes 3rd to Desantis and Trump which I think he would… it might make Virginia more interesting iffff combined with Youngkin running, GOP are able to capture both the state senate and state house in the local elections of the state.
By the way MASSIVE LOCAL ELECTIONS in Virginia this year, all 40 of the state senate and all 100 of the state house of delegates are up. I don’t see any Dems/ Dem media talking about it. Youngkin at the root of it is a ‘life start at conception,’ Republican that will definitely sign a heartbeat bill or worse. If pro-choice folks want to protect any sort of reproductive rights in the entire south, the GOP cannot be allowed to get at least 1 of the houses.
2023.06.06 19:46 bespoke_jamoke LC 200 vs LX 570
In the market for a LC 200 up to 2014 in the Charlotte NC area. Really hard too find the 200 anywhere within 150 miles. Frustrating. But I have noticed a lot more LX 570s. Is that normal across the country? Are LXs more plentiful or is it less demand? They seem about 5k cheaper apples to apples.
Anecdotal comment. The LXs seem cleaner for some reason. LX owners a little more gentile?
PS If you know anyone in the general area selling please send them my way.
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2023.06.06 15:35 Whisper26_14 Marathon Handbook for beginners
I like the long runs and tapers on this plan. Does anyone have any recommendations for ways to tailor it better or is it a straight up solid plan?
I will need to add hill work because the marathon is hillier (Charlotte, NC). Also, one of my rest days will be a walking day. My long runs are already 13-15 miles at this point and I plan on maintaining that (so I’m not scrambling in the heat of August-I don’t do well with heat).
Anything else I need to know re this plan or this websites plans in general?
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2023.06.06 00:05 London-Roma-1980 CONFERENCE MATCHDAY 1 RESULTS
Conference play has begun! With the ACC getting the day off, the other five power conferences look to get off to a hot start. A couple of upsets happened, but for the most part teams asserted their dominance. How did the fun begin? Let's check it out.
***** ACC ALL-STAR SERIES: Charter 118, South 97.
One of the great traditions of ACC play on NIBL is the All-Star Series, three games throughout the regular season that showcase the best the ACC has to offer. The start proved to be just what the fans wanted as the back half of the double-header with Charlotte's team.
Michael Jordan scored 33 points as the Charter Stars routed the South Stars 118-97 in a game with an all-star atmosphere.
"It's always fun to play these games," Wake Forest representative Chris Paul said after the game. "You get to mix it up with players of other teams, and you get to play a lot of offense. The atmosphere in the ACC is always fun."
Rick Barry and Stephon Marbury led Team South with 21 points each.
***** #8 Indiana 84, #19 Illinois 83, OT.
A lot of speculation on the Indiana sideline boiled down to who would step up in the clutch. We found someone.
Isiah Thomas hit a three-pointer with 2.1 seconds left in the overtime period as the Hoosiers (11-2, 1-0) knocked off the Fighting Illini (8-5, 0-1) to open Big Ten play for both teams.
"He's our leader," swingman Tom Van Arsdale said after the game. "He calls the shots, and when he calls his own number, we have trust in him to pull it off. That's what happened tonight."
It looked like an upset was on the offering when Meyers Leonard's dunk over Walt Bellamy gave Illinois an 83-81 lead with 11.5 seconds to go. But Thomas brought the ball up-court, got himself around Deron Williams, and stuck the dagger to give the Hoosier faithful something to cheer.
Bellamy led the Hoosiers with 20 points; Red Kerr had 17 for the Illini. #7 Michigan 87, #7 Michigan State 72.
In football, Michigan famously refers to Michigan State as little brother. This won't help.
Chris Webber took over on Kevin Willis underneath, putting up 35 points to lead the Wolverines (10-3, 1-0) over the Spartans (9-4, 0-1) in the Big Ten opener for both teams.
"He had everything going today," guard Jalen Rose said of Webber. "I never doubted him; I could just keep giving him the ball and he'd keep scoring. That's what you want."
"When the other team's best player has a career day, there's not much you can do," Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said in the press conference. "This was our chance to make something happen, and it didn't work. We have to recover now to stay in the Big Ten race."
Zach Randolph led Michigan State with 16 points. #16 Texas 76, #17 Houston 67.
Kevin Durant and Clyde Drexler were going to get their points for their respective teams; it would all come down to who else could step up. LaMarcus Aldridge had something to say about that.
Aldridge used his strength inside to muscle past the more slender Houston inside guys, picking up 13 points and 17 rebounds to help the Longhorns (10-3, 1-0) defeat the Cougars (9-4, 0-1) in the Big XII opener for both teams.
"Marc was able to use his size underneath, and that allowed us to hit our shots, and that's how we're gonna win these games," Kevin Durant (19 points) said after the game. "He really won the game for us. We were all in for the ride."
While Hakeem Olajuwon still had a regular day -- 14 points and 10 rebounds -- Aldridge kept Elvin Hayes from contributing, holding him to 4 rebounds for the day. A frustrated Hayes refused to talk to reporters after the game. #2 Kentucky 92, #25 Auburn 75.
Auburn wants to make the NIBL tournament. Kentucky wants to win it. The difference in goals reflects their talent, which was on display here.
Anthony Davis had 16 points and 7 blocks as the Wildcats (12-1, 1-0) bumped off the Tigers (8-5, 0-1) in the conference opener for both teams.
"We knew we couldn't take Auburn lightly; they have a player [Charles Barkley] who can get 20 and 20 on any night," Adolph Rupp told reporters. "So we had to go 100% out there, and that's exactly what we did.
Kentucky went 12 deep in their conference opener, with 9 of the players getting points and 4 getting double-figures. Davis' 16 led the way, but Devin Booker had 15, Jamal Mashburn had 13, and Dan Issel had 11.
Barkley did lead the Tigers with 21 points, but was held to 9 rebounds on the night.
***** Georgetown 86, #18 DePaul 69.
It was a matchup of big men underneath, with George Mikan taking on Patrick Ewing Sr. However, Georgetown had more size, and they used it to their advantage.
Alonzo Mourning, Dikembe Mutombo, and Ewing combined for 51 points and 38 rebounds as the Hoyas (9-4, 1-0) upset the Blue Demons (8-5, 0-1) in the Big East opener for both teams.
"We work from the inside out when we're on our game," Hoyas coach John Thompson II said after the game. "We knew they had a couple good bigs, but they couldn't match our volume. So we focused on getting 1s and 2s tonight."
DePaul looked to help from their outside shooters, but couldn't get any. Wilson Chandler shot 3-13 from beyond the arc, which still meant he led the team with 14 points. Mikan, who found himself double-teamed underneath most of the game, ended on 9 points and 8 rebounds.
"It wasn't my day," Mikan said after the game. "We have things to think about." Minnesota 86, #13 Maryland 84, OT.
Minnesota had a decision to make: how do you guard Len Bias? They went with length, and it worked when they needed it the most.
Kris Humphries blocked Bias' layup attempt with 4.8 seconds left in the extra session as the Golden Gophers (9-4, 1-0) upset the Terrapins (9-4, 0-1) to open Big Ten play for both teams.
"I had a chance to maintain my position when I saw Bias at the three-point line get the ball," Humphries said about the final play. "I knew Archie [Clark] could help over if Lenny spotted up, but I wanted to make sure he didn't send it to a double OT, and I had the position and got all ball."
It was a frustrating end for Bias, who led all scorers with 23 points.
"I thought we had a chance to win this one," Bias said after the game. "Things didn't go our way."
Mychal Thompson Sr led the Gophers with 18 points.
***** HOW THE TOP 25 FARED
- UCLA 90, Stanford 60
- Kentucky 92, 25. Auburn 75
- North Carolina did not play
- Kansas 99, Iowa State 62
- Duke did not play
- Michigan State 74, 7. Michigan 87
- Michigan 87, 6. Michigan State 74
- Indiana 84, 19. Illinois 83, OT
- Notre Dame did not play
- Arizona 77, Oregon 75
- Southern Cal 88, California 52
- Ohio State 78, Wisconsin 57
- Maryland 84, Minnesota 86, OT
- Syracuse did not play
- Connecticut 80, Providence 52
- Texas 76, 17. Houston 67
- Houston 67, 16. Texas 76
- DePaul 69, Georgetown 86
- Illinois 83, 8. Indiana 84, OT
- LSU 83, Mississippi State 53
- Cincinnati 100, Texas Tech 68
- Alabama 97, Vanderbilt 73
- Arkansas 90, Tennessee 76
- NC State did not play
- Auburn 75, 2. Kentucky 92
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2023.06.05 20:41 Beck_ Sleep Token should pick a ritual and live-stream it for everyone - I would have no problem paying for access. Any chances they'll actually do that? Do we know if anyone from ST visits this sub?
With the way the tickets are selling out, it's going to be impossible to go to any rituals without either having a lot of money or getting extremely lucky.
I think it'd be awesome if they would live stream a ritual and we could all put together "watch" parties for the ritual - like folks do for The Bachelor, LOL. I've already thought about putting together a Sleep Token meetup group for the Charlotte, NC area. We normally get pretty big shows but they aren't stopping through here for some reason. :(
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2023.06.05 15:15 kbjone It's that time again...
While it's not quite the Stanley Cup Playoffs, college baseball's postseason is one hell of a trip with all kinds of twists, turns, and plenty of teams to point and laugh at from the first pitch of each regional to the glories of Omaha. (It's baseball, OF COURSE the crown jewel would be in the middle of... well, not quite nowhere, but close enough. As an LSU fan, it's that proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.)
-Without further adieu, let's cut to the chase with our first batch of eliminations. These teams are like those opening jobbers on Ninja Warrior, the ones who slip off the first obstacle and end up all soaked.
Northeastern, Florida A&M, Arizona, Lipscomb, Tulane, Eastern Illinois, Army, San Jose State, Maine, UNC-Wilmington, Oklahoma State*, Ball State, Auburn*, Wright State, Central Connecticut, and Nicholls State: Pack your shit up, and go home, you are ELIMINATED from the NCAA College Baseball Championship.
Now, why do two of those teams have stars by their name? Because not only did they lose two straight... they did so as the host team! #13 Auburn suffered the indignity of losing to Penn in their opener before getting sent home by Southern Miss. #11 Oklahoma State one-upped them by losing to ORAL ROBERTS... then getting Malcolm X curbstomped by DALLAS BAPTIST 18-4.
-With the jobbers out of the way, this next batch of teams comes up on the chopping block. One win is better than zero, but the end result is the same.
So... Maryland, UConn, Santa Clara, Clemson*, Sam Houston, Vanderbilt*, Oklahoma, Cal State Fullerton, UL-Lafayette, Rider, Washington, West Virginia, Samford, North Carolina, NC State, and Troy, you have been ELIMINATED. Kindly pack your stuff up and return home... unless you have a star by your name, as you're already home. And possibly being lynched by angry fans.
Once more, we get to point and laugh at a pair of teams. #4 Clemson, #6 Vanderbilt, you had visions of hosting Super Regionals dancing in your heads. And then you got concussed by Charlotte and Xavier after understandable losses to Tennessee (now officially Clemson's daddy) and Oregon. Go stand in the LOL corner and think about what you've done.
-Despite Mother Nature taking a piss on several regionals, even more teams have met their 2023 season's final resting place in the regional finals. Considering it takes two wins just to get that far, there's little dishonor in bowing out here. Usually. For this step, we'll give the losers a little extra blurb to honor their achievements this season. And there's still quite a few regionals wrapping up, so some TBDs are sprinkled in, they'll get their own post in the responses once they get their final marching orders.
-George Mason: If only you could have avoided the sudden juggernaut that is #1 Wake Forest. Outscored 27-1 in your two losses to them... but at least you're not Maryland who gave up three TDs in their one brush with death. -TBD 2: Florida survives becoming the top LOL by beating Texas Tech in the return match, today's the rubber decider between the two teams. -TBD 3: TCU holds advantage after beating #3 Arkansas 20-5, the Razorbacks now need to dig deep and win two straight to advance. -Charlotte: A very honorable departure, any time we get to point and laugh at Clemson is a WIN for everyone. Godspeed you crazy bastards, as Tennessee was just better than you. -TBD 5: All the rain in Baton Rouge, we're just getting to the regional final now with #5 LSU holding advantage over Oregon State. Personally: DON'T BLOW IT. I WILL BE MERCILESS IF YOU DO. -Xavier: Another honorable departure as you took #6 Vanderbilt down in dramatic fashion, then just had nothing left in the tank for Oregon. So be it, head home with your heads held high. -East Carolina: Meh. Being down to #7 Virginia was a death sentence, one you couldn't even delay. Oh well. -TBD 8: Another rubber match as #8 Stanford avenges an earlier loss to Texas A&M, forcing the decider back to today. My apologies to the unfortunately named Ty Uber, as your teammates picked up your starting DUD (4 runs, 5 hits, 1 out) with interest. -#9 Miami: LOL. You needed two straight to advance, and started the first game well with a 3-0 lead over Texas. And then the third inning happened. Nine runs given up, and your season is OVER. Go into the LOL Corner for your sins, and tell Clemson and Vanderbilt to stop crying for fuck's sake. -TBD 10: #10 Coastal Carolina beats Duke in their first meeting, forcing a decider this afternoon. Would be one hell of a recovery from losing your opener to winning your home regional, just one win to go. As for Duke... nobody will feel bad for you if you lose. -Dallas Baptist: Helping humiliate #11 Oklahoma State is good, and helping Oral Roberts get the "regional sweep" is even funnier. Have an honorable trip home, don't feel too bad. -TBD 12: #12 Kentucky blows Indiana out 16-6... unfortunately it still only counts as one win, offsetting your earlier 5-3 loss to them. One more game for the regional title... -TBD 13: The two teams that combined to let us all laugh at #13 Auburn once more face off in a decider, Southern Miss with momentum after beating Penn 11-2 yesterday to avoid elimination. -Iowa: Eh, #14 Indiana State had your number both times. At least you did the same to North Carolina, I guess? -Campbell: Avenging your loss to NC State will have to suffice, #15 South Carolina had no interest in losing at home. At least you scored seven? -Boston College: #16 Alabama wasn't losing in Tuscaloosa, carry on. If only Nicholls State had won that opener...
-From 64 teams, we're down to 23. Seven more will be sent home... hopefully all today, if Mother Nature can get her irregular bladder under control. Sixteen will move, or have moved, one step closer to Omaha; all that stands between them and the College World Series in Omaha is a simple best of three this coming weekend.
Just remember the most important rule of the college baseball playoffs, same as every other playoff: DON'T! GET! ELIMINATED! Or do, we all need teams to point and laugh at.
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2023.06.05 04:09 bloomingbrandi Homeless and living out of a car. Showering at Planet Fitness
So I’ve been managing to take a legitimate shower to wash my hair and such about once a week at my moms house. My mom is in a domestic abusive relationship who she lives with so when I go over there, it’s only when he’s not there(I can’t be there when he’s there, let’s just say it wouldn’t be good if he found out I’ve been sneaking over there). But he owns his own company and works when he wants to so this way isn’t exactly reliable for a shower. I clean up in gas station bathroom sinks daily or every other day in between the actual showers. That being said, I need a more reliable way to get clean. I have two job interviews Tuesday and I can’t go into a shift not clean if I get hired. How’s showering at places like planet fitness? Do they seem to care if people use their membership just to shower? Would they even notice? What’s some other options? I’m located in Charlotte, NC
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2023.06.05 03:07 London-Roma-1980 CONFERENCE MATCHDAY 1 PREVIEW
The time for figuring out conference strength is over. It's now time to figure out who the best is in each conference. In a way, this is a more important segment of the season, taking up 2/3 of the time and a majority of the games. From the MEAC Celebration Event to the Conference Tournaments, everything is on the line here.
And fortunately, the concentration of the top 25 in six conferences means we've got a lot of important games. We even kick off with a battle between two top 10 teams! Let's get to it.
***** #6 Michigan State (9-3, 0-0) at #7 Michigan (9-3, 0-0).
Michigan's struggle down the stretch, with two consecutive losses, leaves them behind their rival in the current rankings. But right away, they'll get a chance to fix it.
"Little Brother thinks they mean something right now, huh?" Juwan Howard joked. "We're ready for this. Forget about Big Ten, tournament seeding, ranking. We just wanna whup 'em."
Both teams faced off against top competition in the non-conference schedule, but Michigan holds the bigger upset, knocking off Duke in a stunning development. Michigan State, meanwhile, lost one of their three games with a short bench thanks to a brawl against Notre Dame.
"We're not doing that again if that's what you're asking," coach Tom Izzo said. "We're going to prove our might on the court by winning the game." ROSTERS
|Michigan State Spartans (9-3, 0-0) ||# ||Michigan Wolverines (9-3, 0-0) |
|Miles BRIDGES ||0 ||Trey BURKE |
|Jamie FEICK ||1 ||Jamal CRAWFORD |
|Draymond GREEN ||2 ||Rickey GREEN |
|Johnny GREEN ||3 ||Tim HARDAWAY Jr |
|Jaren JACKSON Jr ||4 ||Juwan HOWARD |
|Magic JOHNSON ||5 ||Phil HUBBARD |
|Morris PETERSON ||6 ||Tim MCCORMICK |
|Zach RANDOLPH ||7 ||Mike MCGEE |
|Jason RICHARDSON ||8 ||Glen RICE |
|Ralph SIMPSON ||9 ||Jalen ROSE |
|Scott SKILES ||10 ||Campy RUSSELL |
|Steve SMITH ||11 ||Cazzie RUSSELL |
|Eric SNOW ||12 ||Roy TARPLEY |
|Jay VINCENT ||13 ||Rudy TOMJANOVICH |
|Kevin WILLIS ||14 ||Chris WEBBER |
Michigan by 2
In addition to the conference play, there will be two sets of non-conference games going on during this season. One is a series of exhibitions in the ACC, as the North Division, Charter Division, and South Division All-Stars play a round robin. The North draws from Boston College, Louisville, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, and Syracuse. The Charter draws from Clemson, Duke, NC State, North Carolina, and Wake Forest. The South draws from Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami of Florida, Virginia, and Virginia Tech. Each squad sends three players to the All-Star showcases.
In addition, the MEAC teams will play an 8-team "in-season tournament" called the Celebration Tournament. Opening matches and positions in the bracket were decided by random draw. Your performance in the tournament is the second tiebreaker (behind in-season head-to-head) for conference standings.
***** TOP 25 MATCHUPS
#18 DePaul (8-4, 0-0) at Georgetown (8-4, 0-0)
Providence (7-5, 0-0) at #15 Connecticut (9-3, 0-0)
#19 Illinois (8-4, 0-0) at #8 Indiana (10-2, 0-0)
#6 Michigan State (9-3, 0-0) at #7 Michigan (9-3, 0-0)
Minnesota (8-4, 0-0) at #13 Maryland (9-3, 0-0)
Wisconsin (8-4, 0-0) at #12 Ohio State (9-3, 0-0)
#17 Houston (9-3, 0-0) at #16 Texas (9-3, 0-0)
Iowa State (8-4, 0-0) at #4 Kansas (10-2, 0-0)
Texas Tech (8-4, 0-0) at #21 Cincinnati (9-3, 0-0)
California (9-3, 0-0) at #11 Southern Cal (9-3, 0-0)
Oregon (8-4, 0-0) at #10 Arizona (9-3, 0-0)
Stanford (8-4, 0-0) at #1 UCLA (12-0, 0-0)
#2 Kentucky (11-1, 0-0) at #25 Auburn (8-4, 0-0)
Mississippi State (7-5, 0-0) at #20 LSU (9-3, 0-0)
Tennessee (8-4, 0-0) at #23 Arkansas (9-3, 0-0)
Vanderbilt (7-5, 0-0) at #22 Alabama (9-3, 0-0)
ACC ALL-STAR CHALLENGE: Team South vs. Team Charter in Charlotte
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2023.05.31 15:48 bloomingbrandi Living out of a car with two dogs and looking for help!
Im recently homeless and I’m still trying to figure some things out. Im homeless with 2 dogs and living out of my car which just makes everything that much harder. I’ve lost everything in the last 3 years. My two dogs mean everything to me and have really been there for me in the last 8 years that I’ve owned my oldest and the last 3 years that I’ve owned my 2nd. They also are very attached to me and get separation anxiety. They are my actual children. No, I don’t have human children of my own. But I don’t want to lose them too. And imagining them wondering why their mom left them and never came back hurts my heart so bad. So giving them away is the last thing I want to do.
I’ve only been homeless for a few weeks now but I hate it for them every minute we’re in this situation. They do get lots of walks now and we spend a lot of time outside. They’re huskies so I know their loving that at least. But there’s no many reasons why this is not a suitable living situation for them and it’d be nice if there was some place for me to leave them until i was no longer homeless. The weather only getting hotter day by day is one of the biggest reasons. I’m located in Charlotte NC. Also I can’t get a job and get us out of the situation because it’s not like I can leave them in the car while I work and boarding or doggy day care is expensive.
So after my long story, I’m asking Reddit if anyone could think of something that might help. I tried doing Uber eats delivery to make money but it scared me leaving them in the car every time I had to go in to pick up or drop off an order. Someone could steal them, I always hear of huskies getting stolen. I could also just be a little paranoid. They’re my babies! Plus I was worried a customer or restaurant employee would see the dogs in the car and complain because food and dogs are gross to have together obviously. Even if I kept it separated well.
I’m now looking for a remote job and I can get a portable wifi thing and make money that way but it really would just be easiest if there was a place or someone that could take my babies for a bit. I’m only surviving off of the money my mom gives me which isn’t much so I can’t afford much. She does everything she can to help but unfortunately she’s in a bad situation herself. if I don’t come up with at least a plan here soon I will have to think of finding them a new home :(
Edit: Also to add: I’ve been thinking about going up north in a cooler climate but then I’m away from my mom who helps me out a lot. Also my car is older and I’m scared if something goes wrong with it I’m stuck somewhere with nobody to help
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2023.05.31 10:55 Post_Crash_Earnheart ~SetList Slide~ Charlotte, NC (5/30/23) I have the slides for the whole tour up to this point if anyone wants them. Dm me.
2023.05.31 10:52 Post_Crash_Earnheart ~SetList Slide~ Charlotte, NC (5/30/23)
2023.05.31 04:56 Burdwatcher In honor of Oakland fans, here is a list of all the failed MLB relocations I know of
This is not a comprehensive list, but it's as close as I could get to one from research and memory, and it includes quite a bit of Bay Area shenanigans. The Superdome appears fairly often as well:
1941 - The St. Louis Browns attempt to move to Los Angeles, but the winter meetings where the move's approval is set for a vote are scrapped by the attack on Pearl Harbor two days prior
1947 - NL President Ford Frick suggests to good friend and St. Louis Cardinals owner Sam Breadon that the team, currently renting Sportsmans Park from the Browns, should move to Chicago so it can finally have a successful NL franchise, but the White Sox and another area team stridently object so the team is instead sold to Fred Saigh
1953 - Facing federal tax evasion charges and bedeviled by Browns owner Bill Veeck loading the payroll with old Cardinals favorites and starting some wild promotions to shove his stadium's NL tenants out of town, Redbirds owner Fred Saigh nearly sells the team to a group in Houston before Gussie Busch floats in on a river of beer to save Stan Musial from a move to Texas
1953 - Saigh also nearly sold the Cardinals to a different beer baron - Fred Miller of Milwaukee - but as mentioned previously, the Budweiser guys saved the day instead
1953 - Unable to compete with the new Anheuser Busch money, the St. Louis Browns nearly move to Milwaukee instead, but Bill Veeck is blocked by the other owners. Milwaukee consoles itself by watching the ex-Boston Braves, who have just relocated there and will stay for a little over a decade. The Browns, who had started out as the original Milwaukee Brewers, move to Maryland and take on the Yankees franchise's original name as the Baltimore Orioles
1956 - The Washington Senators are courted by Los Angeles before the Brooklyn Dodgers enter the fray, then ultimately move to Minnesota five years later instead
1956 - New York Giants consider a move to Minneapolis before settling on San Francisco once the Brooklyn Dodgers' move west is solidified
1956 - The Kansas City Athletics owner, having just moved the team from Philadelphia, immediately regrets his decision and explores Los Angeles before being usurped by the Brooklyn Dodgers. He sells the team to Charles Finley a few years later
1958 - Incensed at having lost the Dodgers and Giants, New York mayor Robert Wagner enlists William Shea to try to poach the Phillies, Reds, or Pirates, before switching tactics and instead attacking MLB's antitrust status until they agree to allow the Mets as an expansion franchise.
1962 - Charles Finley tries to move the Athletics to Dallas but gets blocked by other owners
1963 - Charles Finley tries to move the Athletics to Louisville but gets blocked by other owners
1964-1966 - Charles Finley tries unsuccessfully to move the Athletics to Atlanta
1964-1966 - Charles Finley tries unsuccessfully to move the Athletics to San Diego
1964-1966 - Charles Finley tries unsuccessfully to move the Athletics to Indianapolis
1964-1966 - Charles Finley tries unsuccessfully to move the Athletics to Seattle, before ultimately moving them to Oakland in 1968
1965 - The Cincinnati Reds are nearly sold to San Diego by Bill DeWitt (father of current Cardinals owner Bill DeWitt) before local investors step in
1966 - "Singing Cowboy" Gene Autrey tries to move the Los Angeles Angels, formerly of Wrigley Field and Dodger Stadium, to Long Beach, but when the city refuses to pay for a new stadium unless they are called the Long Beach Angels, he moves the team to Anaheim instead so he can use a name that will appeal to a larger southern California base. (Arte Moreno eventually makes a mockery of this entire naming debacle by restoring the Los Angeles name despite the team still being in Anaheim, which the city objects to, leading to the team briefly being called, at least in Spanish, Los Angeles de Los Angeles de Anaheim)
1968 - Bud Selig lures the White Sox to play some home games in Milwaukee and tries to buy the team and move it there, but the sale is blocked by other owners. Two years later he takes the Pilots from Seattle instead
1970s to 1990s - George Steinbrenner threatens to move the Yankees to New Jersey, also halfheartedly flirting with the New Orleans Superdome on a few brief occasions, particularly during a two-year stretch when the Yankees played at Shea Stadium (along with the Jets, Giants and Mets)
1973 - The Padres ink a deal to become the Washington (DC) Stars to replace the Texas Rangers version of the Senators, but after uniforms are designed and baseball cards printed, Ray Kroc of McDonalds fame steps in and keeps the team in San Diego
1975 - Charles Finley tries unsuccessfully to move the Athletics to Chicago's Comiskey Park...
1975 - ...because the White Sox' planned move to Seattle falls apart. Instead, baseball settled the debacle from the Pilots' quick exit via the Mariners expansion.
1976 - The San Francisco Giants try to leave Candestick Park for the warmer environs of Toronto, but a sale to the Labatts beer folks is blocked. Toronto gets the new Blue Jays franchise instead
1978 - Charles Finley tries unsuccessfully to move the Athletics to Denver
1979 - Charles Finley tries unsuccessfully to move the Athletics to New Orleans to play in the Superdome
1980s - Charles Finley tries unsuccessfully to sell the Athletics to Phoenix and/or to Denver again but is blocked by the city of Oakland after they lose the Raiders
1981 - The Pittsburgh Pirates entertain an offer to move to the Superdome in New Orleans, before the mayor threatens legal action
1981 - The Pirates entertain an offer from Tampa, which does not yet have a dome to offer and is ultimately rejected
1981-1985 - The Pittsburgh Pirates spend several years flirting with Denver, with talk dying down around the time of the (probably unrelated) MLB drug trial in the city, which implicates several players and the team's literally cocaine-addled parrot mascot
1985 - The Pittsburgh Pirates owner also flirts with a sale to Indianapolis, who has just stolen the Baltimore Colts from the NFL, but the mayor threatens to sue and scares both sides out of the deal
1987 - The Chicago White Sox flirt with the idea of moving to a new state-of-the-art dome being built in Tampa but ultimately settle for another Comiskey Park instead, thus narrowly helping the Windy City keep a professional baseball team
1990 - The San Francisco Giants attempt to secure funding for a new stadium in Santa Clara but it is voted down
1992 - The San Francisco Giants attempt to build a stadium in San Jose but the proposal is voted down
1993 - The San Francisco Giants again try to escape the bay area entirely with a move to Tampa's still-vacant state-of-the-art dome, but the other owners block the deal. The dome is eventually occupied by the Rays, who will eventually threaten to half-move to Montreal in part because they hate that dome
1995 - The Pittsburgh Pirates are nearly sold to a DC owner before being saved by Kevin McClatchey, who would eventually taint his legacy by making way for Bob Nutting to supplant him as owner in 2007
1997 - The Minnesota Twins try to move to Charlotte or Piedmont, but both this and Bud Selig's attempt to kill the team outright ultimately fail
2003 - With MLB taking ownership of the Montreal Expos the prior year, various moves are considered. The team plays some games in San Juan, Puerto Rico and kicks the tires on Portland OR, Monterrey Mexico, East Rutherford NJ, Norfolk VA, and Charlotte NC before finally convincing Orioles (neé St. Louis Browns, who started this whole list) owner Peter Angelos to give DC a third bite at the MLB apple.
Lately there has been talk of the Rays and A's moving, as well as Manfred threatening to kick the Brewers out of Milwaukee. It's fascinating to me how many of these prior relocations have involved Milwaukee, the A's, and Tampa... anyway feel free to call me an idiot for any of these you think may be incorrect or for any big ones I missed. Keep the faith, A's fans...
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2023.05.30 23:21 themeppenator01 [SETLIST THREAD] Dead & Company, PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte, NC, 5/30/23
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2023.05.30 19:53 Direct_Couple6913 How to find a doc like Peter?
New to this subreddit! I'm sure this has been asked before, but I scrolled back a few days / searched and couldn't find a post soooo here we go.
I live in Charlotte NC, one of the 25 largest cities in the US, and I am struggling big time to find a doctor like Peter Attia. I'm 29 y/o and *relatively* healthy, so I'm mostly focused on 1) prevention, and 2) achieving *optimal* health. A few things I'm finding that aren't quite right include:
- Concierge practitioners who seem more focused on coordinating care for complex, sick patients
- "Functional Medicine" practitioners who are anti-medicine and pro-essential oils
- Health coaches who lack the qualifications and prescribing powers of an actual doctor
I want an actual MD/DO who can and will write prescriptions, isn't afraid of modern medicine, is highly knowledgeable about and able to guide nutritional and exercise choices, and takes a robust approach to prevention and testing / tracking. Has anyone here found a doctor like this? Do they fill the role of a PCP? Do you have any tips of google search keywords or other ways to find doctors like this in cities where - apparently - they are scarce?
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2023.05.29 13:41 malak_jewelers_info 3 Types Of Famous Judaica Jewelry..!!
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. Chai Necklace
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The mezuzah is a small parchment scroll that is placed on the doorpost of a Jewish home as a reminder of God's presence. The mezuzah necklace typically features a miniature mezuzah pendant and is often worn as a way to bring God's protection and blessings with you wherever you go. Evil Eye Necklace
The evil eye is a popular symbol in many cultures and is said to protect the wearer from harm. The evil eye necklace typically features a small pendant or charm that is designed to ward off negative energy and protect the wearer from the evil eye.
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2023.05.29 12:43 tunicsandleggimgs15 Open caption pre-sales for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
Will continue to update this post as more markets/theaters are added and more sales data becomes available.
(Update 6/1, stopped updating this post and called it in a new post)
|# of Tickets/# of Markets ||831 ||69 ||12.04 |
|# of tickets/#of theaters ||831 ||100 ||8.31 |
|#of tickets/#of screen times ||831 ||283 ||2.94 |
Took a different approach this time. Set up a spreadsheet to measure open caption pre-sales in a new, automated way. Currently, the only reason the number of tickets sold is this much is because a handful of superstar locations sold quite a bit; most are still in the 0 to 3 ticket range (As of Monday 5/29)
. Since this is the first time for this new method of measurement, don't know yet how high the averages need to be to be able to judge if a movie is going to sell well. Will work on increasing # of markets and # of theaters to see if that improves the data. As a rough rule of thumb, open caption screenings tend to sell better in major cities with larger populations and therefore more people with and without hearing loss who can benefit from open captions.
These are the markets being tracked: Appleton (WI), Atlanta, Aurora (CO), Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, Bridgeport (WV), Boston, Burbank, Charlotte, Chattanooga (TN), Chicago, Colorado Springs, Council Bluffs, Danbury (CT), DC, Denver, Eagan (MN), Fairfax (VA), Fayetteville (NC), Fitchburg (WI), Fullerton, Gaithersburg (MD), Green Bay (WI), Houston, Huntsville (AL), Indianapolis, Kansas City (MO), La Crosse (WI), Lakewood (CO), Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Mesa, Miami, Minot (ND), Mobile (AL), Morgantown (WV), Newark (DE), New Brunswick (NJ), NYC, Noblesville (IN), Novi (MI), Oklahoma City, Olathe, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portage (IN), Portland (OR), Rochester Hills (MI), San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Sheboygan (WI), Skokie, Spokane, Tacoma, Tallahassee, Tampa, Tempe, Towson (MD), Tucson, Tulsa, Webster (NY), Westminster (CO), Winston-Salem (NC)
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2023.05.28 18:04 Johnstockton1992 Could have done a tad better. But a good week nonetheless.
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1) Miles: some of the days I forgot to turn the app (Gridwise) off after driving. For example, finished the shift and going back home etc. for the most part those days are mostly accurate.
2) Hours: If someone could tell me if there is a way to find ACTIVE TIME on the app that would awesome. Why the hours are so high is mainly due to the fact I do a lot of reservations. So being online 40 min prior, also the airport reserve rides require being online 1hr before. So next week I’ll try to manage the active time.
3) Gas: $170 and I’m in the Charlotte,NC market.
2023.05.27 18:26 Rasputin_mad_monk My Snyder of Hanover pretzels has a disclaimer that there are not related to the Snyder of Berlin, PA.