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2023.06.10 20:05 Thesilphsecret Help Identifying A Crime / Seeking Further Info?

Hello! I am currently working on a project that has an interesting crossover into true crime, and I'm at a bit of a standstill wondering how to proceed. Never conducted any true crime research before, and I was hoping somebody here may be able to help out or just point me in the right direction! I'm essentially just wondering what resources are out there for somebody trying to research a true crime case, and the case I'm looking for is still a bit of a mystery to me -- I have some details, but I don't have enough and haven't been able to find any articles about the incident yet. Here's what I know:
Sometime around 2000 or 2001, a tattoo artist named Connor (or Conner, or Conor -- not entirely certain about the spelling) who worked at Body Marks Tattoo in Leonardo, New Jersey (small neighborhood in Monmouth County, near Atlantic Highlands) supposedly killed a man (in Sayreville, NJ I believe) and buried his body somewhere near a police shooting range. From what I hear, he was charged with murder and desecration of a body. One person I spoke with recalls that Connor's last name was "Hollerman, or O'Hollering, something Irish" and that he had an accomplice in the killing. They also said that they do remember there being a newspaper article about the whole thing (they live in Leonardo). He was told that it was a drug deal gone wrong.
Been googling around and don't seem to be finding what I'm looking for. Does anybody have any advice? Thank you for your time!!
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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 16:52 Irisj_92 IVF candy Mercer county NJ

Hi fellow IVF warriors!
I’ve got some left over IVF candy.
  1. Menopur 4 vials 75 IU expiry date 2/16/24 includin q-caps/needles if needed
  2. Cetrotide 0.25 mg expiry june 2024. Needs to be stored refrigerated
  3. 2x Follitism AQ cartridge 600 IU expiry june 2024 - needs to be stored refrigerated- including needle caps + injection pen if needed
No shipping only pick up in person. Hope I can help someone else with these candies.
Let me know if you need anything!
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2023.06.10 16:17 Maleficent-Tap-543 niggas crashin out with no lawyer money

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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!

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2023.06.10 15:00 seannestor This Week in Toledo 6/10/23

This Week in Toledo 6/10/23
• Last Saturday (June 3), Bitwise terminated its co-CEOs, Irma Olguin Jr. and Jake Soberal, just days after furloughing its entire staff due to a severe cash deficit. Irma Olguin Jr. is a 2004 graduate of the University of Toledo.

• On Monday, several local public officials, including U.S. Representative Marcy Kaptur and Toledo City Council members Nick Komives and Theresa Morris, announced their visit the world's largest sewer treatment plant in Washington D.C. this week. An estimated $800 million upgrade to the Bay View Water Treatment facility in North Toledo, which has not been upgraded since the mid-1980's, is currently being examined by the city.

• On Tuesday, the jury trial of former Toledo City Councilman Gary Johnson commenced in U.S. District Court. Local Internet cafe proprietor Nabil Shaheen testified that he cooperated with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to execute a sting operation in exchange for leniency in sentencing stemming from a separate bribery case in 2018. Johnson testified that he accepted a $1000 check from an associate of Shaheen's, followed by $2000 in cash from Shaheen directly at a later date, on the understanding that they were for his political campaign and not for him personally. Johnson also testified that these donations were unrelated to his affirmative vote on council for an Internet cafe operated by Shaheen's son.

• Also on Tuesday, Toledo City Council reviewed a $4.2 million proposal to reconstruct Alexis and Telegraph roads near a 70-acre industrial park under development at the former North Towne Square site. JobsOhio has provided the city with a $1.5 million grant to aid in the cost.

• In further Tuesday news, Toledo City Council reviewed a proposal to allocate $10 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds toward four separate housing projects under way in Toledo. If approved the allocations would be $5 million to Pivotal for the Glen and Grand developments (106 units of affordable housing); $3 million to Lucas Metropolitan Housing (LMH) for Collingwood Green phase-five (75 units of senior housing); and $2 million to the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) Toledo for a 36-unit domestic violence shelter.

• City officials announced a new program to combat crime on Tuesday called Link Toledo. Under the program, volunteer residents and businesses with security cameras pay for a small device called Fusus that would allow police to view their camera footage after a crime occurs near them.

• On Wednesday, the Lucas County Commissioners voted to partner with Closed Loop Partners to develop a new recycling facility at Kuhlman Drive and South Avenue by 2025. Presently, many recyclable materials are shipped to a site 90 minutes from Toledo.

• Also on Wednesday, the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department issued a statement announcing that air quality had become poor due to ongoing wildfires in Canada, and that those with breathing issues such as COPD or Asthma should limit their outdoor activities through Friday.

• In further Wednesday news, a new Disney+ program called "America's National Parks" debuted, featuring footage from local filmmaker Alex Goetz on episode 2, "Grand Tetons."

• On Thursday, longtime local music promoter Broc Curry announced on Facebook that he had made several major updates to Frankie's night club (308 Main St.) in East Toledo, which has been shuttered since 2019. Curry stated that his plans are to host shows at the venue sporadically in the coming year.

• Also on Thursday, the Taylor Automotive Family announced that it had acquired three major properties - the 9-acre former world headquarters of Dana at 1801 Richards Road for $3.75 million; a 44,000-square-foot office building at 5855 Monroe St. for $2.95 million; and 61.7 acres of land in Maumee at Arrowhead Park for an unspecified amount. Taylor Automotive stated that they have no current plans for the sites.

• In further Thursday news, ProMedica held a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil its new $35 million ProMedica Cancer Center at Levis Commons in Perrysburg (1620 Brigham Dr. Suite 110). The building is modeled after the ProMedica Health & Wellness Center in Sylvania.

• On Friday, Metroparks Toledo held a ribbon cutting ceremony to launch its weekend-long grand opening at the new Glass City Metropark in East Toledo (983 Front St.). Several activities will take place at the park this weekend, including a skate party on Saturday night (June 10) at 7 p.m. For more information, visit

• A federal grant totaling $1.1 million has been secured by U.S. Representative Marcy Kaptur to develop a "smart" commercial kitchen in bay 3 of the Erie Street Market in downtown Toledo. The kitchen would be used for culinary training and would be overseen by the Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT) along with Opportunity Kitchen. The development could be completed by 2025 and is estimated to cost $12 million.

• The University of Toledo has terminated at least 12 employees in an effort to cut operating costs by 7% amid a projected $28 million deficit this year. As part of those cuts, the University's Center for Success Coaching has been eliminated.

• Through February of 2024, two pieces by Vincent Van Gogh - a self-portrait and a landscape piece titled La Méridienne - will be on loan to the Toledo Museum of Art. For more information, visit

• This Saturday (June 10) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the community garden Garden of Treatz will hold its first farmer's market of the year at 3161 Cherry Street. For more information, visit

• Also this Saturday (June 10) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Main Branch Library (325 N. Michigan Street), individuals can receive assistance obtaining their birth certificates, social security cards, and photo IDs. The event is in response to new state laws requiring photo identification when voting.

• Also this Saturday (June 10) from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., Glass City Improv will host a sketch comedy showcase called "Manic Mayonnaise" at Studio A in the Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St.) in downtown Toledo. For more information, including ticket prices, visit

• Next Monday (June 12) at 12 p.m. noon, the City of Toledo will close applications for its Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP), citing an abundance of outstanding requests for funding. For more information, visit

• Next Tuesday (June 13) from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., City of Toledo District 1 Councilman John Hobbs will host a public town hall meeting at the Reynolds Corner Branch Library (4833 Dorr St.). For more information, call 419-245-1611.

• Next Thursday (June 15), the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo will host its first of several Art Loop events this year. The loop will take place in the Warehouse District in downtown Toledo from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

• Also next Thursday (June 15) from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., City of Toledo District 1 Councilman John Hobbs will host a public town hall meeting at Monroe Street United Methodist Church (3613 Monroe St.). For more information, call 419-245-1611.

• You can receive This Week in Toledo via e-mail by subscribing at You can also receive updates on Facebook by liking the official page at

News sources: The Blade, WTOL
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2023.06.10 14:02 Bot-alex Police investigate deaths at Royal Sussex County Hospital

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2023.06.10 10:02 MickIsShort4Michael Enchanting Kent: Heritage and Natural Splendor

Welcome to Kent, an English county that seamlessly weaves together a rich tapestry of historical significance and breathtaking natural beauty. Situated in the southeast of England, Kent invites you on an enchanting journey through its iconic landmarks, idyllic countryside, and picturesque coastal landscapes. Let's delve into the captivating wonders of this county, exploring its renowned historical sites, lush gardens, and charming towns. Get ready to immerse yourself in the allure and charm of Kent, where each corner reveals a captivating story waiting to be discovered.
  1. Embark on a journey to Canterbury, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its majestic cathedral. Marvel at the impressive Gothic architecture, visit the shrine of Thomas Becket, and explore the medieval streets of this ancient city.
  2. Discover the grandeur of Leeds Castle, often referred to as one of the most beautiful castles in the world. Explore its magnificent gardens, navigate the intriguing maze, and immerse yourself in the rich history that surrounds this captivating castle.
  3. Step back in time at Hever Castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Admire the Tudor architecture, wander through the stunning gardens, and delve into the intriguing history of this enchanting castle.
  4. Explore the historic town of Rochester, dominated by its impressive castle and cathedral. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of days gone by as you stroll along the cobbled streets lined with charming shops and cafes.
  1. Indulge in the beauty of the Kent Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Roam through rolling hills, picturesque valleys, and ancient woodlands while immersing yourself in the tranquility of this captivating landscape.
  2. Visit the iconic White Cliffs of Dover, a symbol of Britain's natural splendor. Take in the breathtaking views of the English Channel and explore the network of coastal paths that wind their way along this magnificent coastline.
  3. Immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of the Isle of Thanet, boasting sandy beaches, charming seaside towns, and a vibrant artistic and cultural scene.
  4. Discover the captivating landscapes of the High Weald, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty known for its ancient woodlands, meandering rivers, and picturesque villages. Embark on scenic walks, cycle along tranquil lanes, and unwind amidst the serene countryside.
  1. Wander through the streets of Tunbridge Wells, known for its elegant Georgian architecture, boutique shops, and the beautiful Calverley Grounds. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through Dunorlan Park, with its picturesque lake and vibrant floral displays.
  2. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Sissinghurst Castle Garden, an iconic English garden known for its romantic charm and imaginative design. Lose yourself amidst the stunning flower borders, explore the well-known White Garden, and experience the tranquil ambiance.
  3. Visit the historic town of Faversham, with its well-preserved medieval architecture and rich maritime heritage. Explore the bustling market square, discover the local brewery, and indulge in delicious local produce.
Kent beckons you to embark on an enchanting journey through its timeless heritage, natural wonders, and picturesque towns. Whether you find yourself captivated by the historical grandeur of Canterbury, awestruck by the beauty of the Kent Downs, or charmed by the quaint towns and gardens, Kent promises an unforgettable travel experience. Unveil its treasures, immerse yourself in its stories, and create memories that will last a lifetime in this captivating English county.
UPCOMING POSTS: June 14 - West Lothian (Scotland) June 18 - West Sussex (England) June 21 - Torfaen County (Wales) June 25 - Cambridgeshire (England) June 19 - County Tyrone (Northern Ireland)
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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 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 05:46 Few_Thought_248 Is lawyer necessary for county’s court appearance due to not renew rental permit on time NY

I’m a distance landlord and own a property in NY and have been renting it out for about ten years. My last rental permit was supposed to be renewed on July 2022 but I didn’t receive the notice because I moved and didn’t update my address. I also didn’t receive any notice send to my house in NY nor my email. I only knew it because somehow the county’s building department sent me an email recently about renewing rental permit and then the house inspector told me that I have a court appearance due. (For not renewing the permit&renting it out without the permit)
I have never been to court and I’m definitely terrified about it, I talked with Attonery and they charge $1500 for three court appearances.
I’m currently working on getting the permit, basically making changes according to the house inspector’s instructions. My questions are :
How would having a lawyer benefit my case ? The reason I asked is because I’m on track of getting the permit right now and couldn’t think of anything that the lawyer could get me.
In case I’m representing myself , should I ever been like ‘ county didn’t try their best to contact me so not entirely my fault ‘ or I should just play the victim card and say I’m just really sorry for all of these and it’s all my fault.
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2023.06.10 02:36 jrm70210 Trolling Landlords

I am currently looking for a rental in a new city. My favorite thing to do is find overpriced properties and schedule a tour. Then, during the tour, I do things like knock on the vinyl countertops and ask, "Is this granite?" When they say no, I ask how much the rent is and make a funny face.
The looks on their faces have been histerical. The best is when I asked when the refrigerator would be installed, and they said "this rental doesn't come with a refrigerator." I just replied,"You're asking $2,200 a month, and there's no refrigerator included?"
I still haven't found a place, but I've had fun trolling the blood-sucking landlords. If you have any suggestions, I'd love to hear them!
Edit: For everyone asking, I am looking at houses, not apartments. It's pretty simple to know if I'm dealing with the owner or not just by asking or by checking the county's GIS. Also spelling/grammar.
Edit 2: I have done this 4 times. I am going down tomorrow and have another one lined up.
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2023.06.10 02:33 saislo RANT about RENEWING RESIDENT PARKING PERMIT

(and breathe....)
How on this sweet earth does OUR council manage to spew away OUR money on technolgical functionality that is not only not fit for purpose but is actually kind of sort of kind of deliberately snarky! It's kind of, "Thanks for uploading all that stuff you already uploaded three months ago and we realised that it used to be SO MUCH EASIER, but today wer're going to actually just go, nah. For shits and giggles."
For the record. I actually scanned a whole new batch of shite - so as to be within date of their 'within the last x time'. I am bemused. In an utterly infurated want to murder people kind of way.
The parking stuff in Brighton is beyond a joke, as per council-run stuff, from residents' parking to actually allowing anyone to kind of even go near getting a parking space south of Patcham without having a direct link to the gods to perhaps maybe sort of if you pray hard enough get a connection to the the app master who will deign you worthy of getting 'through' to them to pay half your month's food bill to park in the town you live in for a couple of hours as you stand in front of the machine, and scan the QR code in desperatoin because the app work doesn't work and if it does, it times out while checking the card you loving registered with them in order to actually maybe be able to GOSH park in the city where this nonsense company runs the parking meters.
Oh, but, car free, carbon neutral, lah, lah. Yeah, so my car free friends say when they're not wanting me to take their shit to the tip or run them to the stations...
I would rather take my own liver out with a crochet hook than even attempt to park in Brighton these days, and now, apprently, having lived at the same address for 20 years, paid my council tax (God I sound like a Daily Mail reader), and so on, have only ever 'renewed' my parking permit, went to do it, and now, "WE NEED MORE INFORMATION".
I'm going to write a stern letter to my local councillors, and in the meantime try to find out what the effing whatever the dark portal of resident parking renewal - first born ripe from the 13th flooor of the Sussex County Hospital tower block? Some freshly brewed level ket? - require and oblige them.
Fuck. So fucking effing stupid pointless stupid waste of time dealing with the idiot ridiculousness that is all this. How on this earth did Brighton and Hove City Council manage to instigate a 'bit' of their website re resident parking permit renewals that is just the most awful thing? It's kind of like they actually tried? I can't see or understand how it can be so awful without someone or some people actually trying to make it functionally and practically and actually this unfit for purpose. Well, well done them if that was the brief!
(and breathe....)
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2023.06.10 02:14 tree_top_soda We live in Raleigh but it’s not working for us anymore. How does Richmond VA compare?

We are in our 40s, have 2 kids under 10 years old.
My spouse is a web dev making ~$130k a year. I’m on disability.
I like Raleigh because: I have Duke hospitals for my health condition, and it makes me feel safe to have a well-known hospital nearby.
What I don’t like: it’s alllllll suburbs. As far as the eye can see. There’s little to no diversity. It’s all Lululemon Christian Stepford Wives. The “city” is just business buildings, a few bars, and a Krispy Kreme… no lively downtown life at all. Not to mention the terrible politics… Cooper doesn’t even have veto power anymore because republicans have super majority.
Housing currently: We rent, we have 0 plans to ever own a home. We’ve just come to accept that’s not in our future. We spend $1800/mo on a 3bd townhome.
Questions about Richmond:
-rentals: Does $1800-2000/mo for a 3bd seem doable (even if it’s in the suburbs)?
-hospitals: are the hospitals in Richmond any good? Up to date on latest medical advances etc?
-schools: how many school districts are there? Any public school thoughts? (Raleigh’s school district is based on counties. So the main county in Raleigh is Wake. It’s 1 ridiculously HUGE school district that’s messy and not well run.)
-jobs: would my spouse have to take a pay-cut, or do web devs make decent money in Richmond?
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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 00:23 AI-Satires Fisherman's Village 2018 ghost town in Marina Del Rey. This was one of t...

Fisherman's Village 2018 a ghost in Marina Del Rey.
*** It is so dead now that the homeless don't even go there!***
In the late 90's to around 2003 this place was pretty lively day and night. Since then it is literally a ghost town. We visit every couple of years and it doesn't change. Sad because it was a great place to take a date, family, friends & solo. From fire pits, restaurants with water views to boat tours & rentals. No more.

Fisherman's Village is a waterfront mall, commercial boat anchorage and tourist attraction located in the world's largest man-made small boat harbor in Los Angeles County at Marina del Rey, California.

#fishermansvillage #marinadelrey
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2023.06.09 23:13 TinaOnEarth 2 Guest Bedrooms Available - CHICAGO

Short-term rentals AVAILABLE for 2 guest bedrooms in a single family 4 bed/2 bath home. This is an all-genders living situation. Common areas are shared with myself (female US-IMG, ambassador for Project IMG Chicago), my boyfriend and his brother. Non smoking, 2 cat friendly home.
ABOUT THE LOCATION: Clean remodeled place near beautiful Garfield Park Conservatory. 6 to 10 min walk to CTA Green Line. This neighborhood overall doesn't have much in terms of dining and entertainment, but with the CTA Green Line/short Uber drive/Divvy bike rental you can easily access great entertainment in Oak Park, Humboldt Park, Logan Square, Wicker Park, and downtown.
VERY close to some of the IMG friendly hospitals in the city. Closest hospitals to my home would be:
  1. Loretto
  2. Medical District: UIC/Rush/Cook County
  3. AMITA St. Elizabeth, St. Mary's
  4. St. Anthony's
Room 1: $800, small student room
Room 2: $1000, larger student room with private patio included
Rent includes furniture, utilities, Hi-Speed wifi, air conditioning and laundry.
Send me a private message for booking confirmation details.
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2023.06.09 22:13 Junior-End6331 Family Business

l Someone on my maternal grandfather’s side of the family owned a hotel in Sussex County Delaware near the beach. Can someone please help me find who owned it/ the name of the hotel? I do not know if it is still open but it was open in the early to mid 1900s, maybe even earlier then that. The last name of the owner was Clifton. Sorry if there isn’t enough information.
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