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2023.06.10 18:42 somespeculation Harry and Meg’s Montecito Home: Chateau of Riven Rock - financial details, real estate prices and the home’s history. In my opinion, it's not a good investment. Fact checked.

Their home, the Olive Garden Purgatory for Displaced Overseas Royals, was purchased for $14.65mil in an off market sale in June 2020, mortgaged.
LA Times Confirmation:
All of this is from a 'source close to the couple'. The final paragraph is clout listing nearby celebrity homes; final paragraph connecting the house to Oprah's neighbour.
HISTORY - Unsettling
Check out it’s true, unsettling history about a mentally ill man who was confined there for decades:
Formal name is “Chateau of Riven Rock.”
Address: 765 Rockbridge Rd
Value: $14.65mil in Aug 2021, mortgaged.
Originally attempted to sell for $49.4mil in 2015:
Then reduced to $35 mil.
And promoted in the LA Times in 2015 again for $35mil.
Then reduced again for $22.9 mil.
By Oct 2020, listed on Giggster for rentals at $700/hr.
Purchased from Russian oligarch, Sergey Grishin, who clearly took a multi million dollar loss in selling the property.
Appears to be owned by Rockbridge LLC, under Grishin.
Rockbridge LLC also took out two federal covid loans for under $50,000 in 2021 that appear to have been paid off in full or “forgiven.”
The address for Rockbridge LLC is the same as the Wells Fargo in Montecito: 1482 E Valley Rd. Could theoretically have a box there.
Thie Rockbridge LLC shows up a bit with the financial deep dive, but appears to be a bit of a red herring as it only correlates to public record availability pre-Harry and Meg's purchase.
Grishin has since died.
Additional property records for previous owners and their LLCs:,+Santa+Barbara+CA
So who actually owns it?
Update: Excellent work by a fellow sinner determined it was purchased via Real Residential Estate Trust whose address is identical to Meg’s business manager at the time in Bev Hills.
It can also be searched for on this sub under, "Who Really Owns the Montecito Olive Garden".
What they’ve said about it:
Confirmed in Jan 2022:
As recently as Aug 2022, even sympathetic Marie Claire mag is citing a 'source' that they are eager to sell and move. This article reads like a PR real estate advertisement for the home.
Tax assessment for 2021 - 2022 is $141,000 roughly. Taxed at a rate of 1.04%….which seems to be more of a business tax rate….ownership intentionally omitted/redacted.
Current value of the home assessed at just under: $13.3 mil.
The 2021-2022 tax records for their address:
Interestingly, they are listed as a Prop 13/AB8 which is why their initial taxes were soooo low at 1.04%. This means their property taxes are reevaluated with the current market value of their property as measured by the sale price for change of ownership.
Here’s the really deep dives for fiscally interested sinners:
  1. Neighbour’s home:
Address: Photo in the article places it next door to Harry and Meg's home.
Value: For sale in March 2021 for $22.5 mil.
45 days on the market, then an offer, then a press release stating that they are still open to other offers. This usually indicates it was a low ball offer significantly below the asking price.
  1. Netflix Montecito filming home:
Let’s take a moment to fully acknowledge their authentic, “at home” 'documentary' had the majority not actually filmed at their home.
Address: 888 Lilac Drive
Value: Listed Dec 2022 for $33.5 mil.
This was where they filmed Netflix. It was filmed in another Montecito home they passed off indirectly as theirs, as they never clarified it was not their home during filming their 'behind the scenes'. Harry was likely paranoid about a security risk, whereas Meg likely saw an opportunity for implied flexing. She knows the Olive Garden beige property is dated. Filmed in a home valued over twice as much as theirs.
As of March 2023, still on the market at its original price.
  1. Neighbour’s home #3
Address: 830 Riven Rock Rd. According to Google maps, a 2 min drive or 7 min walk from the Sussexes.
Value: Sold for $14.5mil in Apr 2022.

No confirmation on if one, both, or neither are living there. However, there are multiple reports swirling that Harry (or Meg) may regularly retreat to a room at San Ysidro Ranch. This includes the thank you card recently publicized for the bike Archie was recently gifted for his birthday, but interestingly publicized a month later, sent from an employee of SYR. Google maps puts it at a. 7 min drive from their address.

Also keep in mind any RivenRock allusions in online accounts, donations, or LLCs....perhaps could be illuminating for who is behind them.
So there you have it. Make of it what you will.
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2023.06.10 16:22 MThreeFitness Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 🌎 🌊 Reference 2201.50

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2023.06.10 15:44 SKStoneCreations ID Please? All found in the Big Brook Preserve, Monmouth County NJ. I’m thinking the shark tooth is a sand Tiger but not sure on anything else!

ID Please? All found in the Big Brook Preserve, Monmouth County NJ. I’m thinking the shark tooth is a sand Tiger but not sure on anything else! submitted by SKStoneCreations to fossilid [link] [comments]

2023.06.10 14:19 GallantChaos Tractor Supply - price matching

So tractor Supply has a policy to match prices with competitors. There's a wagon on sale for $30 cheaper at Lowes in Defiance and Warsaw (not in stock in Fort Wayne at the moment). I went to the NE store and they refused the price match, saying that Defiance isn't local (it's 35 miles away, under an hour from that store, and in an adjacent county).
I ended up not purchasing the wagon. There is no mention of locality on the online policies. Is it reasonable of them to not honor the price match policy?
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2023.06.10 12:35 gunpoliticsny Mayor Evans Shares Gun Trace Data Report
(Friday, June 9, 2023) – As a part of multi-faceted and continued efforts to address gun violence, Mayor Malik D. Evans today released a Gun Trace Data Report compiled by Brady.
The City commissioned the national, nonpartisan organization in late 2021 to conduct an in-depth analysis of firearms used in crimes and recovered by the Rochester Police Department between 2012 and 2022. Brady utilized data from the Rochester Police Department (RPD) and its open data portal, which serves as an open resource for information about RPD crime data.
The 28-page report, redacted by the ATF before its release, provides a high-level overview of crime guns across the country, and dives deeper into details around the 6,036 crime guns recovered in the City of Rochester between 2012 and 2022.
The Tiahrt Amendment to the 2003 federal appropriations bill restricts the ATF from publicly releasing disaggregated gun trace data, which is why Rochester’s report has been redacted.
“This report synthesizes 11 years’ worth of gun trace data,” said Mayor Evans. “I appreciate the work of our police officers and the RPD’s data team, and the work of the Brady team to make this information digestible and actionable.”
“In addition, I want to celebrate the efforts of community leaders – specifically the Roc Against Gun Violence Coalition and City Councilmember Willie Lightfoot – for championing this project through several years,” he said.
Rochester is among a small number of states and cities to release its crime gun trace data.
"We applaud Rochester for leading the initiative in identifying the source of crime guns in their city, and we encourage other cities and localities to follow suit," said Kris Brown, president of Brady. "Gun violence plagues every city and community in the U.S., and local officials need individualized solutions to address this epidemic. This report provides critical information about the characteristics, trends, and gun industry sources of crime guns recovered in Rochester, which is necessary to craft evidence-based solutions.”
The report notes that, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Uniform Crime Report, Rochester’s overall crime rate falls below the national average. However, Rochester’s homicides, especially firearm-involved homicides, rose between 2019 and 2022 — and at a higher rate than many cities of far greater size.
The report illustrates:
“Although there are currently no gun dealers currently operating within the city of Rochester, the city bears the brunt of the impact of gun violence in our community,” said Councilmember Willie Lightfoot. “This report underlines the importance of partnerships across jurisdictions so we can work together to address the supply side of crime guns.”
In addition, the report identifies those dealers that sold the most guns with a short “time-to-crime" (the time elapsed from retail sale to recovery by law enforcement), and identifies those dealers that sold multiple weapons that were used in homicides in Rochester.
“Even with all the information this gun trace data report provides, it will not solve gun crime in Rochester,” said Mayor Evans. “It is, however, another important piece of the puzzle, and we will use this information along with other tools and strategies to continue our fight against deadly gun violence.”
The City of Rochester continues to leverage its strong working partnerships with local, state and federal law enforcement entities, including the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, New York State Police, U.S. Marshals Service, the ATF, and probation and parole offices.
The new Gun Trace Data Report will be used to inform additional initiatives, and will guide City leaders in advocating for local and state leaders to identify ways to address problematic gun dealers.
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2023.06.10 08:03 SnooMacaroons9281 ISO advice; thinking of walking away (long)

Three weeks ago, I talked with Dad and told him that my husband and I were available to go to the property that was our family home and spend a week "helping clear things out." "Helping clear things out" is code for exactly what you might think: identifying donations and taking them where they need to go, getting trash to a dumpster, identifying the things they want to move to the house they now live in and get them ready to move, and getting ready for an auction.
We had planned to take our RV and stay for a full week because we can't stay in the 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house... the guest/caretaker has taken it over. We can't take our RV as planned, because the guest/caretaker has brought in too much junk for us to safely maneuver our RV (which is necessary in order to park).
I talked with Dad about renting a dumpster (20 or 30 yard roll off), because our time is more valuable than to load & make trips to the local dumpsters. He didn't follow through with getting quotes and setting that up.
He didn't talk with the guest/caretaker about needing to move vehicles out of the way so that we could bring our RV and start clearing things out. Right now, I don't even know where we would put the roll off.
I've talked with my husband about the situation, and am very seriously considering taking whatever Dad agrees that I can have and then... just not being available unless it works for my husband and/or me.
It's blatantly obvious that my parents' situation requires intervention. It's been obvious for quite some time. When I filed for guardianship and conservatorship of both in December 2019, the guardian ad litem (GAL) had concerns about both Mom and Dad's ability to manage their own interests.
I don't know when exactly, but at some time within the past 18 months one of Mom's doctors told Dad that if Dad didn't get help for Mom, he (the doctor) would report Dad to APS for neglect. Dad told me this himself. He took it seriously enough that they now have in home help for Mom. I don't know if Dad can't, or if he won't, tell me when the in-home help comes.
The neighbors agree that Dad doesn't understand how bad the situation is. At least they are now aware that I've tried to do something about it and my hands are tied.
My sister is the power of attorney. Over the course of the past 8 years, she has repeatedly demonstrated that she will use to her advantage information I obtain via professional courtesy and share with her because they're our parents, and then cut me out of communications. She has done this repeatedly, to the point that I have not been informed about numerous medical crises, inpatient procedures, hospitalizations, or transfers to rehabilitation centers. She insists that it's what Mom and Dad want. According to what Mom and Dad tell me, and what they tell their siblings, it isn't. Yet Mom and Dad won't do anything to change it, so as far as I'm concerned it is EXACTLY what they want. (My kids and husband agree that it's payback for me calling CPS and turning Dad in for SA on me when I was 12-15.)
I don't want to throw more money at the problem. It took me a year to pay off the attorney last time, and the money I spent on attorney and GAL fees then is money I should have spent obtaining professional credentials which would enable me to double my annual income. It's taken until now to again be in position to afford the fees for that program.
Helping them would be a time sink and an energy drain, and I have other things to do with both my time and my energy. About a year ago, even though I plan on being around another 30 years or so, I started decluttering and doing my own "death cleaning" because I don't want my stuff to control me any more and I don't want to do this to my kids. I don't want, and don't think it would be healthy, to put the needs of my own household on the back burner to be available to my parents when honestly, they were never available to me.
I've made a list of those professional services that are needed in addition to the in-home healthcare they already receive, so that they can live comfortably in the home they purchased for their retirement and the other properties sold (at their current home: lawn care services, housekeeping services, handyman services, medical transport, adult day care; at our family home: clutter removal, roll off rental, professional organizer, moving company, scrap metal hauler, estate sale services, auctioneer services). I am empowered to organize none of it, so I may as well not become further involved.
Were I to bear this in mind and become further involved anyway, it wouldn't improve the relationship with my sister. It would not improve my relationship with Dad. It would not restore the relationship with the son from whom I have been estranged for 18 years as a result of family dynamics involving Dad and my sister. It will not change the fact that Dad has set me up to take a fucking when it comes time to settle my parents' estate. My sister and I are supposed to be 50-50 heirs, and I 100% doubt that's how it'll work out by the time she's done being power of attorney and executor.
Dad is the barrier to moving forward with anything. He will not, and cannot be made to, either "shit or get off the pot." In theory, Dad wants to move forward and wants help doing so. In theory, Dad wants my help.
In practice, my time, education, professional expertise and professional connections mean nothing to him. He disregards any suggestion or recommendation I make. He ignores my considered opinion. He will not make plans or follow through on commitments. Add to that, he talks shit about my sons in front of me and he talks shit about me to our relatives behind my back. He lies, and tries to claim things that never happened despite the recollections of others involved and hard evidence to the contrary.
He will not ask for help in advance; he deliberately waits until the last minute, so that everything must be dropped or reworked in order to help him.
It is not possible to have a discussion with my sister and then tell our parents that we agreed ___. I've tried on numerous occasions. She will not agree to having me take lead on things involving Mom and her staying lead on things involving Dad, and meeting regularly to ensure we're both fully informed regarding each of our parents. Supposedly their attorney advised against this; per the elder law attorney I retained when I filed the petition for guardianship and conservatorship (who was recommended by the county board of guardians), it's the recommended arrangement.
She will not step back and let me hire a case manager (to deal with health and household) and a fiduciary (to deal with finances and estate planning/senior law). She will not step up, either.
I am as sure as I'm sitting here that Dad has ASD level 2. (While I am not a diagnostician or clinician, the bulk of my professional experience is in community based social services, special education instructional and behavioral support, and supported employment services for adults who have disabilities.)
I am aware that it's possible to have ASD and a personality disorder, and I believe with certainty that this is the case with my dad. I know he has been to counseling several times and is regarded to be resistant to treatment. (My dad has done some things that resulted in court ordered counseling. It was a waste of time. At least once after the court ordered counseling, my parents attempted marriage counseling; after some months, it was discontinued with neither of them feeling any resolution/improvement. About 25 years ago someone had the brilliant idea that my parents, sister, and I should attempt family counseling. I was receiving mental health services at the time and my provider told me to discontinue the sessions because they were harmful to me. Also at that time, my children were receiving children's' mental health services; their providers shared that they felt my parents deliberately interfered with the individual and family progress my children and I were making.)
I've talked with my husband and we agree that my parents' situation is not worth me winding up back in therapy or on medication.
I am very seriously considering just going through Mom's stuff with her, asking her if I can have __, and doing absolutely nothing to help with anything of Dad's.
If this were your situation, what would you do?
edit: because words hard
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2023.06.10 07:44 spenc2011 Oh dear god

Oh dear god
Buddy needs to learn how sold listings work 😂
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2023.06.10 07:26 yuncangjiuzhuang LEESON shows you the Italian Barbera wine
Just as Chinese consumers love the "100-year-old font size", in the world of red wine, there are also many "100-year-old font sizes" that are widely acclaimed with traditional craftsmanship and proven quality. The flavor of the wine has been preserved for a long time, and it is still the favorite of many "red wine fans".
Today we take a look at Italian Barbera wines.
The paradise of Barbera grapes is in northern Italy, and it is also widely planted in countries such as the United States and Argentina. Its history is 1,000 years older than the famous Cabernet Sauvignon grape, and it has never been worried about sales for hundreds of years. In Italy, some people even think that there is Barbera wine, and you no longer need to find the more famous Chianti wine.
The finished wine of Barbera grape is darker in color, light in body, full in taste and rich in aroma. Like most light-bodied wines, Barbera wines have distinct strawberry and sour cherry flavors, are low in tannins, high in acidity, sweet and juicy, and very easy to drink. In addition, most Italian Barbera wines also have herbaceous aromas.
More and more Barbera wines are now being oak-aged, especially in California's Sierra Foothills and Amador counties. Barbera wines from these regions are intensely jammy, with complex notes of herbs and spices. In addition, there is a small amount of sparkling wine produced from the Barbera grape in the Passentini Mountain sub-producing area of Italy.
Such an excellent Barbera wine has been neglected in Italy, a big wine-producing country, for many years! The numbered grading pioneered by LEESON red wine takes care of all aspects of consumers' selection according to their needs. Just look at the number to know which price level of LEESON red wine it belongs to. It is very simple! Dozens of imported original red wines are graded in 8 price ranges from 1 to 9, so that you will not miss any good wine!
Good wine that can stand the time will always be seen! The numbered grading method of LEESON red wine will also go with time and go to every happy drink with you!
Yuncang Winery belongs to Hainan Yuncang Winery Co., Ltd., which is an online sales platform for traditional wine business, and is a member unit of China Wine Association.
Yuncang Winery is a combination of Yuncang + Winery. It takes part of the traditional wine business online, supports offline business, and can also purchase online. You can buy what you want offline. Who is the supplier offline? Who is the online supplier? Suppliers provide Internet online services according to the traditional wine wholesale business. They can pick up goods in batches or send them one by one according to the order. Dealers do not advocate stockpiling except for wine for display, and they operate flexibly.
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2023.06.10 06:23 FieldMouse917 [5e][Pathfinder][offline][NJ] Looking for a game in Northern NJ

I am looking for a game of DND or Pathfinder in/around Essex County, NJ. I am pretty experienced, but have only played games over Discord. Usually free Sun-Thursday after 7pm.
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2023.06.10 04:28 matt314159 I qualify for an interest subsidy on a USDA housing loan, but it's subject to recapture - Should I still do it?

Hey folks! I'll give you a little bit of a backstory to set things up. I'm 39 years old, and at the end of last year finally finished paying off my student loans 18 years after graduating. I live in a rural town and my income (48K, increasing to $52K when a raise kicks in three months from now) qualifies me as "low income" by USDA Rural Development guidelines set for my county.
This means I qualify for a USDA Rural Development 502 Direct home loan with some pretty amazing terms. It's $0 down payment, 4.125% interest, and no PMI on a standard 33y payment term. You can almost move into a home with no money out of pocket. You can roll your closing costs into the mortgage so long as the house appraises above the sale price. Even out of pocket costs like inspection fees are refunded at closing.
I filled out the application last week, and late this afternoon, I got a call from the underwriter informing me that I'm approved for $293K (I'll be buying in the $150K range because I want PITI to top out around $1,000/mo) and I'll be getting my certificate of eligibility (like a prequalification letter basically) on Monday.
On the call, the underwriter mentioned that I qualify for payment assistance as well. Basically this would take that 4.125% standard interest rate and further reduce it as long as my income is below certain government thresholds. The only caveat is that the subsidy is subject to recapture at the end of the loan when you pay it off or sell the house.
While I can opt out of payment assistance, my gut still says this is worth doing, considering the time-value of money. Better for me to save those dollars now and pay them back in 10 or 20 years when I sell, right?
Am I thinking about this correctly?
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2023.06.10 04:03 Laymaker What is the best way to buy this property?

Is there anything wrong with my plan below? Any better way of doing this?
There is a really cool condo listed for sale near me that I want to buy. My debt-to-income is compromised because I own other properties etc. and in any case I do not want to go through the drama of re-shuffling my finances to qualify for conventional financing. I also don't want to put any of my own money into the deal (would have to sell assets) so I want to borrow the down payment money or put no money down. I plan to live in the property for a year or so and then either continue living in it or rent in another cool building nearby and find a long-term tenant for this one. Here is my current plan:
Purchase Price 550,000
Down Payment 137500
Down Payment Loan Term 72 months
Down Payment Loan Int Rate 12%
Mortgage Amount 412,500
Mortgage Int Rate 8.5%
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Monthly Down Payment Loan Repayment $2688
Monthly Mortgage Payment $3171
Monthly HOA, Taxes, Insurance $1624
Total Monthly Payment (first 72 months) $7484
Total Monthly Payment (after 72 months) $4795
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2023.06.10 03:29 coctomusprime Found my scammers info, what do I do now?

I recently made a huge mistake of buying a high dollar used item on a fourm for a couple thousand $. I paid through PayPal FF, since the seller had a long sale history on that site I bought from. He was very responsive the whole time, and now I haven't heard from him for a few days now. So, yes I'm a dumbass.
On the fortunate side, because he had such a positive seller history I was able to find his name and email from the previous buyers he sold to. Which lead to me finding his social media page, address, both places of work, and County assessors info. I made sure it was the same guy by verifying his Facebook page photos matching his fourm picture and seeing that he owned the product I bought. I screenshot some things, incase he makes his profile private.
So now that I have all this info, how should I proceed? Bring him to small claims court with the info? Or call his place of work and see if I can get him on the phone.
Any advise would be appreciated.
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2023.06.10 02:59 Fabulous_Chef8699 Seller in trouble trying to sell on listedByOwner

Hi All,
I am really stressed from the situation I got myself into. I put up my condo for sale using and I listed a high price just to test the market. Within 10 hours I got a call from a Broker who said he has clients who are interested in my condo and he will submit offer a(no conditions except legal status) and submitted offer by sending forms 320, 202, 101 with all details filled. There was no showing or nothing. I asked him why they are submitting without a showing and he said cause they had seen a similar one in same building recently but couldn't get one. I was reluctant so asked him to send the offer from his Brokerage (Homelife broadway realty inc) official email but he said everyone there uses or Then I asked to send it by docusign. He sent it immediately from I did not sign that night( deadline was midnight).
Next day, he called from his brokerage number (905) 881-3661 so I received the call and thought about it cause the number matched the brokerage number on Google and they had good ratings and their website had many agents listed. His name was also on with 30 odd listings. So I thought about it a bit and asked him to submit the offer again, but he sent it pretty late even tho we spoke in the morning .. I was asleep by then and did not accept the offer.
Third day, I see the offer in email, call his brokerage number a lady picks up and says she will let him know. He called from his cell number in 10 mins and we spoke again, he said he will talk to clients and put in the offer, he called and said offer is sent within next 2 hours. I made another call to his brokerage and same sequence followed I left message with the lady and he called back so I gained a lil more trust. I asked for Buyer ID as buyer verification, he said he verified and cannot share it. On the offer it said the deposit will be in Trust of buyer brokerage rather than seller's account or brokerage .. I talked to him and he said it doesn't matter but I remember when I got it my condo I deposited into seller brokerage. He had set the deadline to 5 pm on 3rd day and called me again closer to 4pm and said he can't wait anymore. I was stressed from work, paying high mortgage and just went ahead and signed it.
Fourth day, he has sent a scanned copy of receipt of transfer and the bank draft or check of TD bank for deposit amount into his brokerage trust. But I still don't know what to make of it. I just wanted to get rid of my condo and start fresh as I was in lot of debt.
I hope any of you can guide me how to proceed from here and avoid any fraud.
How do I verify the transfer of funds to his brokerage. Can I go to the TD branch in Richmond hill and verify if this transaction is valid. My name is not on the bank draft or receipt. Can I show the offer sheet where buyer, brokerage and my name is and verify if its valid.
Any suggestions for attorneys ? How can they help me now.
Thank you in advance!
Summary: What possible frauds could happen if I haven't see him or clients, no showing, just signed online and have a scanned receipt and bank draft of transfer to his brokerage.
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2023.06.10 02:35 Moses_Horwitz Funding crisis averted for Pierce County homeless service providers

Wow. $9.5m out of thin air.
TACOMA, Wash. — Homeless service providers bracing for steep funding cuts got a last-minute rescue in Pierce County on Friday. However, although they say the immediate crisis has been averted, the problem that led up to the financial shortfalls still remains.
... Paulson said the county was prepared to slash $6.3 million that his agency and several other homeless service providers receive because funding from the state came up short.
... That suddenly changed when state officials were able to make up the lost dollars. The state was able to increase the original $1 million that was available to $9.5 million for Pierce County. County officials expect minimal impacts to the homeless system as a result.
Funding fixed. /s
... In July, Pierce County will start collecting a new sales tax dedicated to affordable housing. Paulson said it is a much more reliable source of revenue and some of that could be directed to nonprofits that serve the homeless.
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2023.06.10 02:01 Tarvos18 [USA-NJ] [H] i9-9900k, Asus Tuf Z390-Pro Gaming, Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB 3200MHz CL16, WD Blue SN570 1TB [W] Local Cash
Located in central NJ, Mercer county. Would prefer to sell it all together. Everything has been well taken care of and the board/CPU are currently stored in the original MB box in the anti-static bag. I would like to get $250 for everything.
Edit: Open to shipping for $275 PayPal.
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2023.06.10 01:22 ThrowAway7s2 Response to "The Importance of Pronouns" from on June 8, 2023

This is a response to, and it also reflects on
Dear Emma,
Supreme Court cases do not operate the way the Independent article suggests. Small details in a decision, tangential to the issue being decided, do not turn it into a landmark case, or even establish precedent. Rather, it is a decision's holding which determines whether a case is a landmark or not. The Independent is foreign owned and operated, but being a large outlet, they should know better than to put out an article like the one you linked to.
In the court system, pronoun policy is currently split at the appellate level, with the Sixth Circuit and the Seventh Circuit taking opposing sides. The Supreme Court has not weighed in on this yet, but the split makes it more likely they will choose to rule about it.
Besides this, Jonathon Turley writes at that a currently pending religious accommodations case, Groff v. DeJoy, could "gut the underlying standard used by the Seventh Circuit in its ruling for the school district".
Sixth Circuit
Seventh Circuit
Oral argument for Groff v. DeJoy
The results of a 2021 survey imply that the purpose of pronoun requirements are especially in order to get rid of conservative employees and civil servants. found that Biden voters backed woke pronouns by a nearly 3 to 1 ratio over Trump voters. The table on page 4 shows that most people surveyed disagreed with woke pronouns: It follows from this that you should not expect your article to be supported by most readers. If people aren't responding negatively to you, it may indicate that they stay quiet because they don't want to be targeted, rather than that they agree. The 14,202 Door Countyites which voted yes on Wisconsin Referendum 1 not that many years ago didn't just disappear when 5 Supreme Court justices ruled against them between eight and nine years afterwards:
Both Champaign and Indianapolis are large cities, which can draw on outlying areas to get workers, making up for having below-replacement fertility. Door County also relies on importing workers, but because it is not a large city with lots of political power, this is less reliable. In 2020, for example, the supply of foreign J-1 workers was abruptly cut off. Door County manages to get a consider number of immigrants from outside the county, but most who relocate for longer than a season are wealthier than people residing in Door County. They also tend to be older and not looking to start new families.
Instead, as larger-scale governing bodies destabilize Door County and break down its social fabric and economy, they can use former Door Countyites to solve the worker shortages in large metro areas. Support for transgenderism is a shibboleth for the economic interests of large metro areas. This manifests itself locally as a lower quality of life and an economic leakage to outside the county. An example of this is in the letter by Janet Wilmoth about having to drive to Green Bay to see a veterinarian:
Because it isn't a big city, Door County is especially dependent on its birth rate for its future. Its total fertility rate in 2020 was 1.533 lifetime births, well below replacement of 2.1 lifetime births. At this rate, each generation, without factoring for immigration or emigration, will be 27% smaller than the one before. However, since something like 30% to 40% of young adults leave the county, the effect is even stronger than 27%.
Transgenderism's concomitant drugs and surgeries tend towards sterilization, and towards making its subjects less attractive to the opposite sex. Assisted reproductive technologies are too expensive to be implemented on a broad scale. Transgenderism is a risk to Door County's future, because it could help push that 1.533 figure even lower. In this way, transgenderism is a demographic factor in the overall gentrification, just as unaffordable housing is an economic factor. Just as it is unwise to encourage unaffordable housing, it is unwise to encourage transgenderism.
Or even if you think replacement fertility is unrealistic and unachievable, consider that when the age structure of a population gets too unbalanced, it is harder to take care of the elderly. The struggles at Scandia Village are an example of this: Or should elderly people just be relocated far away, or as some think, even euthanized? Every transgender sterilization is a step in the wrong direction.
It follows then, that someone who refuses to use preferred pronouns might not be a horrible bigot who gets perverse satisfaction from it, but rather, someone who loves his or her community and wants it to have a future. Such people may even be willing to personally be on the losing side of a litmus test for the collective good.
The sponsors for Open Door Pride are listed at
Some of them, such as the Miller Art Museum, Door County Community Auditorium, Peninsula Music Festival, Northern Sky Theater, have benefited from, and can expect to consider benefiting from, public, tax-funded support. Because taxpayers come from all sorts of political backgrounds, these organizations should have avoided all political activities, aside from lobbying for particular things directly related to their organization.
An example of the political trust vested in the Door County Community Auditorium is described in But like Disney in Florida, they are engaging in partisan activity, betraying that trust. Institutions which benefit from public funding should be non-partisan and impartial. Public money should not be spent on group-think.
Most of the sponsors are local, but Carrie Busse Shorewest Realtors and Napalese are from Green Bay, the Avenue Art & Company is from Appleton, and Marketini Media is from Madison. They get to influence Door County while their cities benefit from Door County's emigrating young-adult population.
I'm not sure if this has been covered in your classes so far, or privately by your boss. If so, bear with me as I restate it. The Pulse has a different political makeup among its advertisers versus its readers. That it is a free paper tends to result in a readership which is inherently less educated than the readership of a subscription newspaper. I used to know a man who had once ran a free paper, but sold it. He was a conservative. It had a lot of general-interest content, nothing political, and especially featured ads for alcohol. Free papers tend to be read by people who read occasionally rather than regularly.
Occasional readers are less educated than regular readers, and the level of education corresponds to the political alignment. This means that natural readership of the Pulse is more conservative than the overall population of Door County. For people with a regular reading habit, the Pulse competes with a number of subscription outlets, while for occasional readers the Pulse has less competition.
Yet the Pulse isn't dominated by gas station and liquor store ads. Unlike many other free papers, its advertisers run more towards the left. This makes sense, because presently Door County has a disproportionately left-wing visitorship. One factor in the loss of right-leaning tourists may be in marketing decisions over recent decades has shifted. Right-wingers from the Chicago metro area are probably drawn more towards state parks in Indiana and other Door County alternatives. Local businesses geared toward tourists, or even seasonal residents, will probably be well-served by advertising in the Pulse.
This leaves the Pulse in the situation where it is to the left of its readership, but still financially sustainable. Its leadership must be aware of this vulnerability, as the Pulse's podcast tends to be to the left of the paper. That it sometimes leaves its readership behind is exemplified how, in the recent midterm election, Ron Johnson did not return any answers to the Pulse's questionnaire, while his Democratic opponent did. Door Countyites voted for him anyway, by a margin of only 75 votes. During the 2022 election it seems that a number of Republicans intentionally spurned media outlets over left-wing bias. To the extent that they did so, and won office anyway, this served to send a message to their base that they were unwilling to be manipulated by left-wing media. It could even be seen as a plea for fair treatment in the future.
Instead of pronouns, there are other topics out there. Recently, a large firm was paid a lot of state money to write a report which claimed that "Potawatomi was chosen in honor of the tribe that had lived in the area before ceding its land to the US government in the 1830’s."
You could write an article debunking this, and explain what really happened. I think it would be well-received locally, though maybe not by the DNR. Had you written an article about how pronouns should always be biologically honest, that would have hurt your chances of getting a job someday as a journalist in a large metro area, but I don't think debunking Graef would hurt you. With some effort, you should be able to find other topics which are win-win for both your future career and for Door County. Although this is a social relationship, were it a biological relationship instead, this would be "mutualism" rather than "parasitism" or "predation".
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2023.06.10 00:21 musicandsex Need guidance career wise

Ok Ill try to make this quick
I am a real estate agent (18 months in)
I've made 13k so far this year but I also have a b2b sales job that pays me 50k a year plus commission (around 1k monthly) so 62k per year. All in all, by simply doing a bare minimum I can probably make around 100k doing these two jobs in tandem.
I don't hate this b2b job and it does have perks one of them being that i can do real estate at the same time.
The problem is that I dont see myself doing this b2b job for long as it is inconsistent, lots of issues with orders, not getting paid properly (commission, my hourly salary is always paid properly) and lack of advancement. And its a door to door business job, i hate prospecting and door knocking even if its businesses. (also what I hate about real estate which is why I only work with friends, family or references)
So I've started looking for something I could do long term which brings me to two jobs opportunies in Insurance, one has already hired me (start day July 31st) and the other one will submit an offer monday (start day July 4th) both jobs pay respectively 52k and 55k yearly, the problem with these two jobs, is that although I can see myself doing it longterm and building a nice career out of it, is that I will have to hang up my real estate license as you cannot do both jobs at the same time.
So not only am I going from 62k/y to 55k but I also will have to say bye bye to my side hustle which is real estate.
On top of that, I just put some friends under contract for the sale of their 500k condo and purchase of a 800k house which we are still looking for so that's about 25k in commissions if we end up closing eventually in the next couple months.
So you can see where my dilemma lies, do I quit everything and start from scratch at 55k and work my up slowly but surely and have peace of mind (work from home 3 days a week 2 days in office, no weekends no nights) or do I suck it up, keep my b2b job that pays 62k a year and keep doing real estate but keep living with this anxiety of the future and not knowing exactly where I am headed career wise?
I really need help and I have to start answer all these companies soon as the start dates are very soon and I'm just so stressed about it.
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2023.06.10 00:18 musicandsex In a cluster**** of a situation

Ok Ill try to make this quick
I am a real estate agent (18 months in)
I've made 13k so far this year but I also have a b2b sales job that pays me 50k a year plus commission (around 1k monthly) so 62k per year. All in all, by simply doing a bare minimum I can probably make around 100k doing these two jobs in tandem.
I don't hate this b2b job and it does have perks one of them being that i can do real estate at the same time.
The problem is that I dont see myself doing this b2b job for long as it is inconsistent, lots of issues with orders, not getting paid properly (commission, my hourly salary is always paid properly) and lack of advancement. And its a door to door business job, i hate prospecting and door knocking even if its businesses.
So I've started looking for something I could do long term which brings me to two jobs opportunies in Insurance, one has already hired my (start day July 31st) and the other one will submit an offer monday (start day July 4th) both jobs pay respectively 52k and 55k yearly, the problem with these two jobs, is that although I can see myself doing it longterm and building a nice career out of it, is that I will have to hang up my real estate license as you cannot do both jobs at the same time.
So not only am I going from 62k/y to 55k but I also will have to say bye bye to my side hustle which is real estate.
On top of that, I just put some friends under contract for the sale of their 500k condo and purchase of a 800k house which we are still looking for so that's about 25k in commissions if we end up closing eventually in the next couple months.
So you can see where my dilemma lies, do I quit everything and start from scratch at 55k and work my up slowly but surely and have peace of mind (work from home 3 days a week 2 days in office, no weekends no nights) or do I suck it up, keep my b2b job that pays 62k a year and keep doing real estate but keep living with this anxiety of the future and not knowing exactly where I am headed career wise?
I really need help and I have to start answer all these companies soon as the start dates are very soon and I'm just so stressed about it.
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2023.06.09 23:45 next3days Weekend Rundown of Events for those in/near Blacksburg (June 9th - June 11th)

Here's this weekend's rundown of fun events you can enjoy in Blacksburg and throughout the surrounding areas within the New River Valley. There's quite a few annual events occurring this weekend such as the Pearisburg Festival in the Park and Claytor Lake Festival if you have a caride and feel adventurous.
Weekend Rundown for June 9th - June 11th: 1. A Night To Fight Alzheimer’s with Boxing Sparring Sessions Blacksburg Boxing and Fitness, Blacksburg Friday, June 9, 2023, 6:00 - 8:00 PM Advance Tickets: $15.00, At the Door: $20.00 Enjoy live, local boxing with sparring sessions with 100% of the proceeds benefitting The Alzheimer’s Association and The Longest Day to raise money for Alzheimer's research. Please note: These are not sanctioned fights. Instead, they are USA Boxing approved Sparring sessions lead by USA Boxing Certified Coaches, amongst USA Boxing athletes, using USA Boxing Sparring rules. The intent is to put on a show, raise money for a great cause, and keep all participants safe. There will also be raffle tickets to win sweet prizes from local companies. Link: 2. 2023 Relay for Life Annual Event (Montgomery County, VA) Christiansburg Middle School, Christiansburg Friday, June 9, 2023, 6:00 - 11:00 PM Admission: Free Join Relay for Life of Montgomery County for their annual Relay for Life event. Celebrate survivors, remember those we have lost and fight back as a community to give cancer the boot. Enjoy live entertainment, children's fun, food, arts & crafts and small business vendors, silent auction, 50/50 Raffle and more. The event is free to attend, but please plan to bring payment for any food and vendors you wish to purchase from. Link:
3. 2023 Pearisburg Festival in the Park Pearisburg Community & Recreation Center, Pearisburg Friday, June 9, 2023, 6:00 - 11:00 PM and Saturday, June 10, 2023, 9:30 AM - 11:00 PM Admission: Free The Pearisburg Festival in the Park celebrates its 38th anniversary in Giles County, Virginia. Enjoy carnival rides, two days of live entertainment, food vendors with all your favorite festival foods, special activities, vendors and crafters. Festival in the Park promises to be an awesome two days of community spirit, family fun, live music, and great food. There will be rides and games for the whole family. Friday is Unlimited Wristband night and Saturday features a full day of entertainment, the Cancer Kids and Christmas Car Show & Cruise along with headliner Chris Higbee and closing with a fireworks display. Link:
4. Root Down in Concert Rising Silo Farm Brewery, Blacksburg Friday, June 9, 2023, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Root Down is a jazz trio based in the New River Valley area featuring musicians Justin Craig, Doug Norton and Nick Romantini. Link:
5. MLB / USA Baseball: Danville Otterbots vs. Pulaski River Turtles (Star Wars Night and Fireworks) Calfee Park, Pulaski Friday, June 9, 2023, 7:00 - 10:00 PM General Admission: $5.00, Seniors Ages 65 & Older: $1.00, Kids 6 & Under: Free Grandstand: $11.00, Reserved Seating: $12.00, Party Zone: $12.00, Club Seating: $15.00 The Pulaski River Turtles MLB / USA Baseball's Appalachian League team hosts the Danville Otterbots as they continue their 2023 season with Star Wars Night. Several characters will be on-site throughout the game to interact with fans and take photos. In addition, every Friday night game will end with a fireworks show for the fans. Tickets can be purchased at the gates on game day or online. Link:
6. Ripejive in Concert Dogtown Roadhouse, Floyd Friday, June 9, 2023, 8:00 - 11:00 PM Admission: $8.00 Ripejive is a Blacksburg, Virginia based quartet that delivers original, hard-hitting funk. From retro grooves to jazz fusion, blazing guitar and soaring saxophone color tight pocket rhythms with sounds from New Orleans to New York that always bring a party. Link:
7. Summer Tea In Honor of Lucy Lancaster's Birthday (Reservation Deadline) Lancaster House, Blacksburg Saturday, June 17, 2023, 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM Registration Deadline: Saturday, June 10, 2023 Admission: $25.00 The YMCA at Virginia Tech presents their 1st Annual Summer Tea in Honor of Lucy Lancaster's Birthday with two seatings on 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM with a reservation deadline of Saturday, June 10, 2023. Located in the beautiful, historic Lancaster House, mark Lucy Lee Lancaster’s birthday by enjoying a deliciously decadent celebration featuring tea and delicious homemade delicacies. The Tea will be catered by Carolyn Ansley, famous for her authentic and delicious teas in past years in Blacksburg. Proceeds from the Tea will directly benefit the Y Community Programs such as Meals On Main, International Programming and After School care. Deadline to purchase tickets is Saturday, June 10th. Lucy Lee lived in the Lancaster House built in 1913 by her parents William and Lucy Lee Sibold Lancaster until her death in 1989. She left the house to the YMCA at Virginia Tech. Lee was one of the first five women admitted to Virginia Tech in 1925. She majored in biology and worked in the library which was housed at that time in what had been the campus chapel. Her work in the library led to her decision to become a librarian, and she attended Columbia University Library School where she received her Masters of Library Science degree. She returned to Blacksburg and worked in the university library until her retirement in 1970. Link:
8. 2023 Native Plant Sale Price House Nature Center, Blacksburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM Admission: Free The New River Valley Chapter of the Virginia Native Plant Society will hold its Fifth Annual Native Plant Sale. The Native Plant Sale includes perennials, trees, shrubs, ferns and more. All plants in the sale are native to Virginia and do not include cultivars. Most are pollinator friendly. The native plant sale only uses sustainable non-peat potting mix. All proceeds from the sale go to support the activities of the New River Valley Chapter, including public education and outreach, improving habitat at local parks, removing invasive species and awarding grants to area youth for native plant garden projects. In addition to the many plants for sale, there will be activities for adults and children. There will be booths where you can ask how to create a pollinator garden or which plants are exotic invasives which kill off natives which the wildlife need to survive on. Tree tubes to protect trees and shrubs from deer will also be sold. Storytime with Joelle for children begins at 12:30 PM. You can also visit the Price House Nature Center which will be open from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM. Parking is one block away in the Blacksburg United Methodist Church. Link:
9. 2023 Claytor Lake Festival Claytor Lake State Park, Dublin Saturday, June 10, 2023, 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM Parking is $20.00 per vehicle or $15.00 with five cans of food. The Claytor Lake Festival Committee presents the 24th Annual Claytor Lake Beach Festival. The festival kicks off the summer season at Claytor Lake State Park each year. Enjoy entertainment all day, fireworks at night, arts & crafts vendors, beach access included with admission, free children's activities, youth & adult fishing tournament, wine tasting and lots more. Registration for the annual Everett Lee Yearout, Jr. Adult and Youth Fishing Tournament will be held 7:00-10:00 AM. This year the tournament theme is "Fishing is the Best Hobby Because". The Car Show voting is done by the show participants who are completely registered by 10:30 AM. All entries will receive a dash plaque, goodie bag and category winners will receive trophies. There is no pre-registration fee. The fee is $20.00 to enter the car & motorcycle show and this is the only fee you pay to enter the festival. Swimming is included with admission. The event is rain or shine. Link:
10. Procession of Appalachian Species (Giant Puppet Parade) and Biodiversity Fair Warren G. Lineberry Memorial Park, Floyd Saturday, June 10, 2023, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Admission: Free Springhouse presents the Procession of Appalachian Species and Biodiversity Fair with events centered around Warren G. Lineberry Memorial Park. New River Valley residents are invited to participate in a giant puppet parade celebrating our region’s biodiversity. This event, dubbed, "The Procession of Appalachian Species," will start and end at Lineberry Park in downtown Floyd, VA. Participants are encouraged to bring homemade puppets and costumes that represent one of our region’s many spectacular species. Musicians and dancers are also encouraged to bring their crafts to this event. The parade starts at 11:00 AM. If you don't have a homemade puppet or costume please come and you can puppeteer one that we have made. After the parade, join the Biodiversity Fair featuring food, music and activities from 12:00-2:00 PM. Link:
11. June 2023 Used Book Sale Montgomery Museum of Art & History, Christiansburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday, June 9, 2023, 2:00 - 7:00 PM and Saturday, June 10, 2023, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Mass-Market Paperback Books: $0.50, Large-Format Paperbacks: $1.00, Hardback Books: $1.50, Children’s Books: $0.50-$1.00 The Montgomery Museum of Art and History will be holding a two-day Used Book Sale featuring thousands of books including children’s books, adult fiction, and non-fiction. Genres include mystery, romance, science fiction, cooking, history, crafts, religion, self-help, and much, much more. The book sale will also feature puzzles, magazines, comic books, audiobooks, CDs, and DVDs.. On Saturday, June 10th from 1:00-4:00 PM, bring your own bag for a bag sale. All books that can fit will be offered at a total of $10.00 per bag. Brown paper bags and tote bags are perfect for the bag sale. Please, no plastic trash bags. Proceeds will be used to help the museum in areas such as educational programming, collection care, and exhibit preparation. Link:
12. 2023 Two-Day Floyd Artisan Trail Annual Tour Downtown Floyd, Floyd Saturday, June 10, 2023 and Sunday, June 11, 2023, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Admission: Free The Floyd Center for the Arts hosts the 11th annual two-day Floyd Artisan Trail. Floyd County artisans, farms, galleries, and more will open their doors for this year’s Artisan Trail. Featuring over 30 different individuals and businesses, the Artisan Trail is a years-long tradition in Floyd to celebrate the abundant artistry available in this area. The Artisan Trail is a free to attend and invites locals and tourists alike to travel around the county to visit the open studios, see live demos, and purchase one-of-a-kind handmade art and goods in a self-guided tour across Floyd County, Virginia. The Trail happily hosts local farms and farm markets, offering tours and locally grown produce and farm goods. There may even be adorable farm animals to see. Maps and brochures with all participants’ information are available online and will be available at the Floyd Center for the Arts. Link:
13. Balance and Brews Iron Tree Brewing Company, Christiansburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 10:45 - 11:45 AM Admission: $20.00 Move through foundational yoga poses, gentle stretches, and experience the many restorative benefits that yoga has to offer. This one hour class is appropriate for all levels, including those who are totally new to yoga. The cost includes an Iron Tree beverage of your choice. No reservation required, just show up. Link:
14. Author Talk with Penny Blue Christiansburg Library, Christiansburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Admission: Free Christiansburg Library presents an Author Talk with Penny Blue about her first book "A Time to Protest: Leadership Lessons from My Father Who Survived the Segregated South for 99 Years". Historians have written about famous names in Black History, such as: Martin Luther King, Jr., Madam CJ Walker and Booker T. Washington. Penny Blue’s dad, Charles Edwards, Sr., is not famous, but the way he lived his life made an impact on his 10 children and the community in which he lived. The stories he told his children and grandchildren are the inspiration for Blue’s book. Penny says the main theme is standing up and speaking out for what is just and right. Books will be available for purchase for $25.00 through CashApp or with cash or check only. Link:
15. Sugar Magnolia 5th Anniversary Celebration Sugar Magnolia, Blacksburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM 25% Off Storewide, $2.00 Ice Cream Scoops Sugar Magnolia presents their 5th Anniversary Celebration at their original location in Blacksburg, VA. There will be face painting and a balloon artist in store from 12:00-2:00 PM. Guests can also enjoy: 25% off storewide all day, $2.00 ice cream scoops all day, tasting stations, raffles, gifts with purchase and more. Link:
16. Fourth Birthday Party Celebration with Music from Cinémathèque Eastern Divide Brewing, Blacksburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 12:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Eastern Divide Brewing presents their Fourth Birthday Party Celebration with Music from Cinémathèque. Enjoy free ice cream and live music from 5:00-8:00 PM featuring the upbeat and unique rhythms of Cinematheque including surf rock, exotica, spaghetti westerns, Ethiopian jazz, and Afro-Beat. Eastern Divide will also have a vintage and artisan pop up market featuring Eden's Emporium, Broken Arrow Creations, Madigan Made and Tees Don't Grow on Trees. Link:
17. Music at the Villa with Parker's Pillbox Villa Appalaccia Winery, Floyd Saturday, June 10, 2023, 1:00 - 4:00 PM Admission: Free Relax and enjoy some great music along with great wine and food. Sprung from the western hills of Virginia, Parker's Pillbox is an on-the-rise power trio to watch. Parker's Pillbox is instantly recognizable by their unique, cohesive sound, which manages to be unto itself while drawing influences from a multitude of genres. Flavors of country, jazz, grunge, and good 'ol southern rock and roll blend together to create music which is truly an experience. Link:
18. Saturday Afternoon Music with Ball & Chain New River Vineyard & Winery, Fairlawn Saturday, June 10, 2023, 2:00 - 5:00 PM Admission: Free Join New River Vineyard & Winery on the patio for an afternoon enjoying their wine, frozen wine slushies, handcrafted beer and music from Ball & Chain. Ball & Chain is a stripped down acoustic rock duo. A girl from the mountains of Virginia and a boy from the Bronx. The regional musical influences of each coalesce into melodious tension. Passion, fun and sass pervades Jon & Lucinda’s blend of rock, R&B, and blues, resulting in vocals and harmonies that stroke your soul. Seating is first come, first served. Guests can bring a blanket and chair. Link:
19. Arc in the Park 2023 Nellie's Cave Park, Blacksburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 3:00 - 6:00 PM Admission: Free Enjoy the free food including an all-you-can-eat hot dog bar and pulled pork barbecue, outdoor field games, face painting, entertainment, snow cones and friendships. The Gift Card Raffle will help raise funds for the organization. Prizes include gift cards from Avellinos, PKs, The Maroon Door, Zeppoli’s, In Balance Yoga, The Cellar, The Lyric and lots more. Tickets are $5.00 each and can be purchased online or in person at the event. The prize drawing will be held at the event at 5:00 PM. Participants do not have to be there in person to win. The event is handicap accessible. The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes. Link:
20. Rockin' Main Street Concert Series with Travis Reigh and The Jared Stout Band Downtown Christiansburg, Christiansburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 5:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free The Town of Christiansburg and the Christiansburg Parks & Rec continues their Rockin' Main Street Concert Series featuring music from The Jared Stout Band and Travis Reigh. Attendees can purchase food and drinks from a selection of food trucks and wine and beer vendors. Patrons are encouraged to bring lawn chairs to sit and enjoy the live performances. Travis Reigh is a singer-songwriter born and raised out of Southwest Virginia, bringing you original material with rock roots and a country sound that you don't want to miss. Get ready to experience the high-octane energy and soulful sound of the Jared Stout Band! This alt-country powerhouse hails from Southwestern Virginia and is known for their unique blend of Appalachian rhythm and blues. As runners-up for the "On-The-Rise" award at FloydFest 22, the Jared Stout Band delivers an unforgettable performance by bringing their own energetic and soulful original songs to the stage. Link:
21. Mount Tabor Ruritan Club June Fish Fry with The Blacksburg Community Band Slusser's Chapel Church of God, Blacksburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 5:00 - 7:00 PM Adults: $12.00 Children Ages 3-11: $6.00 Children Under 3: Free Carry-Outs: $12.00 The Mount Tabor Ruritan Club presents their June Fish Fry with the Blacksburg Community Band performing. Enjoy a serving fish, fries, slaw, homemade desserts and beverage. The Blacksburg Community Band, Inc. is an all-volunteer community organization formed in 1989 under the auspices of the Department of Parks and Recreation in the Town of Blacksburg, Virginia. This is a fundraiser for the Ruritan Club's community service projects and scholarships. Held rain or shine under the picnic shelter below the lower church parking lot. Link:
22. 2023 Music on the Lawn Concert Series with Virginia Hollow Christiansburg Library, Christiansburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 6:00 - 7:30 PM Admission: Free Virginia Hollow is a mixture of Americana, Bluegrass, Country, Indie, and Rock. A singer-songwriter band that performs songs written by lead singer Carrie Hinkley, along with an occasional handpicked cover or two. Virginia Hollow is a band and a sound born from the hills, valleys and mountains of Appalachia. Their performances and music take you on a journey fraught with raw emotions and stories of love, trust, betrayal and longing. Each month, one talented local band will play a concert on the library's lawn after hours. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets for an evening under the stars. Feel free to bring a picnic as well. This concert is rain or shine. In case of rain, the concert will be moved inside. Link:
23. Slushie Saturday with Music from Furious Jones Moon Hollow Brewing, Blacksburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Moon Hollow Brewing presents their first Slushie Saturday with Music from Furious Jones. This Summer every Saturday is now Slushie Saturday at Moon Hollow. This Saturday will have two slushies available one made with Ebb & Flow Prickly Pear and one non-alcoholic slushie, Prickly Pear Raspberry flavored. Singer and songwriter Furious Jones will perform a live acoustic solo show featuring Americana, Blues, Folk, and Rock with both originals and extensive covers. Link:
24. Mist on the Mountain in Concert Rising Silo Farm Brewery, Blacksburg Saturday, June 10, 2023, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Mist on the Mountain is an Irish Traditional Music group based in the New River Valley of southwest Virginia. From lively jigs and reels to heartbreaking laments and rollicking ballads. Link:
25. Dean Trimble in Concert Long Way Brewing, Radford Saturday, June 10, 2023, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Dean Trimble is a musician playing 70s and 80s classic soft rock and classic country and he is based in the New River Valley. Link:
26. Cary Wimbish Band in Concert Brick House Pizza, Radford Saturday, June 10, 2023, 7:00 - 10:00 PM Admission: Free The Cary Wimbish Band makes its debut performance at Brick House Pizza. Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Cary Wimbish has quickly earned a loyal following in the Richmond area since his debut in 2018. Combining powerful vocals with both acoustic and electric guitar, Cary’s repertoire includes covers of well known traditional country, bluegrass, classic rock and blues songs. Link:
27. June Blacksburg Vintage Market Market Square Park, Blacksburg Sunday, June 11, 2023, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Admission: Free The Blacksburg Vintage Market hosts their June Vintage Market. Vendors will be selling all things vintage from clothes, jewelry, vinyl records, and more. Link:
28. Sunday Mountain Music Series with Indian Run Stringband Mountain Lake Lodge, Pembroke Sunday, June 11, 2023, 4:00 - 6:00 PM Admission: Free The Indian Run Stringband plays fiddle and banjo foot stomping dance tunes and sings traditional songs with old time harmonies perfect for dancing the two step. From dance tunes to the blues, the Indian Run Stringband plays with love and abandon. They make old-time music fresh and new. Stop by Salt Pond Pub every Sunday starting Memorial Day weekend through August for live music and delicious food & drinks. Perfect for relaxing with the whole family (furry friends welcome too). Link:
29. Gearheads For A Cause for Ashley Ray Blue Ridge Church, Christiansburg Sunday, June 11, 2023, 5:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Gearheads For A Cause is hosting a special cruise in in memory of Ashley Ray of Dublin, VA that was took from this world at the young age of 25. Ashley was a amazing mother of two sons and always happy and outgoing. The money raised will be for Ashley's family to help with her two boys and the family's needs. Vehicles of all type are invited to attend as well as spectators. Admission and entry are free. There will be a raffle, cake walk and vendors on site. Gearheads For a Cause hosts car shows to help raise spirits given all our community has undergone and bring together an otherwise separated community. Link:
30. Freddy Modad in Concert Palisades Restaurant, Eggleston Sunday, June 11, 2023, 5:00 - 7:30 PM Admission: Free Guitarist Freddie Modad performs classic rock and more. Reservations are not required, but recommended for dining area seating. Link:
31. MLB / USA Baseball: Burlington Sock Puppets vs. Pulaski River Turtles (Saddle-Up Sunday) Calfee Park, Pulaski Sunday, June 11, 2023, 7:00 - 10:00 PM General Admission: $5.00, Seniors Ages 65 & Older: $1.00, Kids 6 & Under: Free Grandstand: $11.00, Reserved Seating: $12.00, Party Zone: $12.00, Club Seating: $15.00 The Pulaski River Turtles MLB / USA Baseball's Appalachian League team hosts the Burlington Sock Puppets as they continue their 2023 season. Saddle-Up Sunday returns. Arrive early for free cowboy hat giveaways while supplies last and take a ride on the buckin’ mechanical bull. Rides are free of charge. It's also Sunday Savings featuring concession specials. Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate. Link:
Have a great weekend and thanks for reading!
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2023.06.09 22:29 indianbullsurfer Indian bull surfing lake in Lincroft, NJ

We have an exciting proposition that will transform your beloved community into a hub of exhilarating adventure and cultural fusion. Imagine having an extraordinary attraction right in your backyard - an exclusive Indian Bull Surfing area that will not only captivate the hearts of locals but also draw thrill-seekers from near and far. We invite you to join us in creating a groundbreaking experience that will put Lincroft on the map as a must-visit destination for adventure enthusiasts.
Here's why establishing an Indian Bull Surfing area in Lincroft is an incredible opportunity for our community:
  1. Driving Tourism and Economic Growth: Lincroft has always been a welcoming and vibrant community, and the introduction of Indian Bull Surfing will catapult it into a new era of tourism and economic prosperity. Visitors from neighboring towns and even across the country will flock to experience this unique fusion of Indian tradition and the excitement of surfing. This increased footfall will benefit local businesses, hotels, restaurants, and other service providers, boosting our local economy.
  2. Showcasing Lincroft's Cultural Diversity: Lincroft boasts a diverse community with residents hailing from various backgrounds. Establishing an Indian Bull Surfing area will celebrate our multiculturalism and create a platform for cultural exchange. It will serve as a testament to Lincroft's open-mindedness and willingness to embrace new experiences, fostering an environment of inclusivity and understanding.
  3. Putting Lincroft on the Adventure Map: While Lincroft is already known for its natural beauty and community spirit, the addition of an Indian Bull Surfing area will elevate its status as an adventure destination. Surrounded by picturesque landscapes and offering a unique blend of tradition and adrenaline-pumping action, Lincroft will attract thrill-seekers looking for an offbeat and extraordinary experience. This newfound recognition will bring international attention to our community, creating a sense of pride among its residents.
  4. Promoting Outdoor Recreation and Wellness: Indian Bull Surfing promotes an active lifestyle and connects individuals with the healing power of nature. By establishing a designated area for this thrilling activity, we provide residents and visitors with a chance to engage in outdoor recreation, promoting physical and mental well-being. Lincroft will become a sanctuary for adventure enthusiasts, offering an escape from the stresses of everyday life.
  5. Collaborative Community Engagement: The creation of an Indian Bull Surfing area requires collective effort and collaboration. Imagine the sense of community pride that will arise from coming together to build this incredible attraction. From volunteer opportunities during the construction phase to ongoing engagement with local businesses, schools, and organizations, this venture will unite us all, strengthening the fabric of Lincroft.

What we need from you:
  1. We need a lake, preferably located in Lincroft, that would allow for Indian Bull Surfing events on the weekends.
  2. It could be a part of the Monmouth County Park system, and visitors would be attracted to the daily.
  3. We need trained Indian Bull Surfers who could supervise the lake and take care of the bulls
  4. We need to have fun!
We believe that Lincroft has the potential to become a trailblazer in the adventure tourism industry. With the support and enthusiasm of our residents, we can transform this vision into a reality. We invite you to join us in this remarkable endeavor, where adventure, culture, and community converge.
Together, we can create a thrilling legacy for Lincroft that will be cherished for generations to come.
With excitement and anticipation,
The Indian Bull Surfing Community
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2023.06.09 21:13 lilyinthewater Cashing RRSP to fund a house build?

Husband and I are building a new home, which is almost at the finish line. The build is financed thru a LOC and we are maxed out at 1M mark. The bank is refusing to finance 150K more that would be necessary to have the house ready to move in. We found a third party lender who's willing to lend the difference at 9.9% interest.
Combined income-220k/year with potential raises in September and December
Combined RRSP 130K.
A condo sale closing in October 2023-140K (net of all fees)
1 kid in daycare planning to adopt a second when we settle in our home
I'm thinking to cash out the RRSP and the stocks and that would help us finish the house without the extra 2K of interest a month that the new loan will bring. Husband thinks that we can stretch until October, borrow 150K and close it once we close on the sale of the condo.
Any input?
Thanks for reading thus far.

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