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2023.06.08 20:03 H2OAcidic It's happening! What could this all mean?
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2023.06.08 20:02 Potential-Name7314 Barry and his 20,000 buddies are a bunch of cunts
2023.06.08 20:01 Busy_Shallot698 Crete honeymoon suggestions
Can people post recommended towns in Crete to honeymoon in? I’ve read that most people recommend west side of Crete and thy Chania is one of the main places.
Fiancé and I are planning to spend about 5-6 nights there and then 3-4 nights in santorini.
Please add your favorite locations and hotels for romance and adventure in Crete down below!
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2023.06.08 20:00 KyletheAngryAncap The communist insists thay class is artificial, until the working class act bad, in which case they are mislead but the rulers are wrong.
2023.06.08 19:57 theMezz Why a local man was court-martialed for saving Lafayette's life
1825, 198 years ago
A tearful reunion
You can't miss Amos Parker. He is well over six feet tall. Some say closer to seven. Many say he was the tallest soldier in the American army during the Revolutionary War.
This week, the now 63-year-old Parker enters Shepard's Hotel on Bagg's Square in Utica (really the Bagg's Hotel, but the name was changed while Abraham Shepard owned it from 1825 to 1828). Parker is determined to meet the hotel's distinguished guest, the Marquis de Lafayette.
In 1777, while the Revolutionary War was raging, the then 19-year-old, tall, red-haired Lafayette left his home in France and joined the American army in its fight to win for the American colonies their independence from Great Britain. He fought in many battles and, in 1781, commanded troops in Yorktown, Virginia, when British Gen. Charles Cornwallis surrendered his army to Gen. George Washington, just about ensuring an end to the war and an American victory.
On the night of January 30, 1948, Utica firefighters fought one of the most spectacular fires in the city’s history. Flames roared through “The Long Block” on the west side of Lower Genesee Street, between Oriskany and Whitesboro streets. The 3-alarm blaze was fought in temperatures 30 below zero. Seventeen firefighters were injured and 11 businesses damaged. Losses were estimated at $400,000.
Now, 44 years later, the 68-year-old Lafayette is back in America, touring the country as a guest of its grateful citizens. This week, after visits in Rome, Oriskany and Whitesboro, he enters Utica triumphantly via the Rome Road (today Lafayette Street). After a big celebration, he is in his hotel room, resting before continuing his journey east.
Suddenly, there is a knock on the door and in walks the very tall Amos Parker. At first, Lafayette is puzzled, but then Parker begins to relate an incident that occurred at the Battle of Yorktown.
As the fighting there raged, Lafayette ordered 25 of his men — including Parker — to remove a fence so that Lafayette could lead his soldiers through the breach. "Once you remove the fence," Lafayette shouted, "allow me and my men to ride through the opening. Do not fire your weapons!"
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The fence was removed and Lafayette and his men began to ride through. Suddenly, Parker spotted a British sniper aiming his rifle at Lafayette. Before the sniper could fire, though, Parker raised his musket and shot him.
Unbelievingly, an aide to Lafayette had Parker court-martialed for disobeying Lafayette's "don't fire your weapon" order. He, of course, was acquitted when it was learned that by disobeying the order, he had saved Lafayette's life.
Now, in a hotel room 44 years later, Parker and Lafayette relive the incident. They embrace and (a historian later wrote) enjoy "a heart-tugging event and weep" in each other's arms. (After the war, Parker settled in the town of Augusta in southwestern Oneida County and died there in 1842 at age 80. He was buried at the Parker (Augusta) Cemetery at the intersection of Augusta-Solsville Road and Anderson Road. A blue and yellow state marker there reads: AMOS PARKER, TALLEST MAN IN AMERICAN ARMY. SAVED GEN. LAFAYETTE'S LIFE. PRESENT AT THE SURRENDER OF CORNWALLIS. BURIED HERE.
1923, 100 years ago
Record at UFA
A class of 210 students receive diplomas at Utica Free Academy (UFA), the largest class ever graduated in the school's more than 100-year history. The Right Reverend Charles Fiske, bishop coadjutor of the Central New York Episcopal Diocese, addresses the students: "Why has the city of Utica paid for your education? … It expects to receive from you a return for its investment. You owe the community repayment for this debt. Not in money, but in service. You are expected to exercise a high standard of living, put forth an honest effort to make your neighborhood a better place to live and accept public calls of duty to serve your community with its charities and efforts to improve the public well-being."
1948, 75 years ago
Utica in novel
Carl Sandburg, noted poet and historian, completes a novel that contains a chapter on Utica and the Erie Canal. He was in Utica a year ago to collect material for the novel: "Remembrance Rock."
1973, 50 years ago
The General Electric Aircraft Equipment Division in Utica is awarded a $1.3 million contract for a computer system for the Viking Orbiter, which will explore Mars in 1975.
1998, 25 years ago
The village of Morrisville celebrates its 150th anniversary. It was incorporated in 1848 and named for its founder, Thomas Morris. He settled in the area in 1797 and built a house on the corner of today's Main and Cedar streets. His father, Robert, was a Founding Father from Pennsylvania, who signed the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Civita M. Allard, a registered nurse and an associate professor in the Health Services Department at Mohawk Valley Community College, receives the college's "alumna of merit" award.
In American Legion baseball, Utica Post defeats Parkhurst Post, 13 to 3, behind the pitching of Chris Donalty (a four hitter) and the hitting of Eric Miller (3 hits, 2 RBIs). Meanwhile, Whitestown beats Lee, 6 to 4, behind the hitting of Jason Englehart, Mike Antanavige, Bernie Martin, Brent Wengert and Matt Maine. Steve Rice has two hits for Lee.
The Genetaska Club of New Hartford elects Ellen Boerger as its president. Other officers include: Peg Mullin, vice president; Barbara Reinshagen, recording secretary; Sue Maher, corresponding secretary; Joyce Ebensperger, treasurer; and directors Joyce Goggin, Ada Ruhm, Ellie Lampert and Barbara Weaver.
2013, 10 years ago
Pro hockey returns
Utica, after many years without a professional hockey team, has one again. The Utica Comets are in the American Hockey League, a minor league affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks in the National Hockey League. They will play in the Utica Memorial Auditorium. Robert Esche, a former goalie in the National Hockey League and president of the Mohawk Valley Garden, will operate the team. Mayor Robert Palmieri says the move fits in with his vision for a revitalized Bagg's Square and Harbor Point development. "What a great day for the city!" he says. "The emotion is overwhelming."
The Greater Utica Sports Hall of Fame inducts Stan "Buddy" Evans, longtime baseball coach at Rome Free Academy and college football official; Bill Holowaty, originally from Mohawk, longtime baseball coach at Eastern Connecticut State University; Ed Wadas, a "super" supporter of local athletics and called the "candy man" for giving out candy at local games, especially in Whitesboro, Oriskany and New York Mills; and Tom Wells, multi-sport coach at New Hartford schools, especially known for his highly successful swim teams.
Bobbi Jo Kahl is approved by the town board in Remsen as as the town justice.
In American Legion baseball, Roberts Post defeats Whitestown, 3 to 1. Nate Palmer, a senior at Holland Patent High, strikes out 18 and gets the win. He is supported by the hitting of Kinsey Williams, Nico Ramos and Austin Mann. Whitestown's Jared Muraca pitches well, allowing only five hits.
Next Sunday is Father's Day. Let's celebrate with a tough question. Name the man who was the son of a U.S. president and also the father of a U.S. president. If you can't name him, at least name the two presidents. (Answer will appear here next week.)
Answer to last week's question: Richard Nixon was president when, on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin first walked on the surface of the moon after landing in the Apollo 11 lunar module.
This Week in History is researched and written by Frank Tomaino. E-mail him at [[email protected]
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2023.06.08 19:56 AWierzOne Weekly development round up 6.8.23
Residential project planned for Niagara Street (buffalonews.com)
GBUA is planning to construct a mixed-use and mixed-income residential structure on a set of properties at 555-563, 565-569 and 571 Niagara St., which it previously acquired from investor Giles Kavanagh and now plans to combine. The overall site includes a small one-story commercial building with an existing parking lot, a vacant one-story house, a couple of grassy lots and a multifamily residence. Jemal gets approvals needed to move forward on Simon Electric project (buffalonews.com)
Jemal received approval Monday from the city Planning Board to consolidate seven parcels and 1.4 acres of land into a single large property that extends between the two parallel downtown thoroughfares.
Jemal, who acquired the properties from former owner Bert Simon in 2021, plans to transform the vacant or underutilized buildings and parking lots into 250 apartments and 20,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space for stores and restaurants. The project will cross the property lines, so Jemal needed approval to merge them together. West Herr wants to build a new dealership on Transit Road in Cheektowaga. Homeowners have concerns (buffalonews.com)
The auto group proposed a new car lot
on 16 acres of vacant land along Transit Road, between Strasmer Road and Como Park Boulevard in the Town of Cheektowaga. The site would include a 27,000-square-foot building and parking for more than 330 cars, according to West Herr's application to the town.
Nearly a dozen residents who live near the site made their opposition known during a Town Board meeting last month. They also submitted a petition with signatures of 51 neighbors opposed to the project. Trico project in Buffalo advances toward 2024 completion (buffalonews.com)
Plans call for 242 apartments across six floors, 56,000 square feet of commercial office and retail space on three floors, and 230 indoor parking spaces in the basement and part of the first floor. Construction is well underway, with a goal of completing at least the residential component by May 2024. Perry Projects open house to discuss future development plans wgrz.com
The Perry Projects at 448 South Park and 399 Perry Street are currently comprised of 24 buildings and 330 vacant, uninhabitable housing units. The developer plans to build 415 affordable housing units
The City of Buffalo has received funding to go forward with plans to demolish and construct new affordable housing at the Perry Projects
The city is set to receive $4 million through the Restore New York Communities Initiative.
"These Restore New York grants will help to reimagine downtowns across our state and transform vacant, blighted and underutilized buildings into vibrant community anchors," Gov. Kathy Hochul said. Construction Watch: Colvin Estates - Buffalo Rising
Marrano Homes is constructing the final phase of homes in the 103-lot Colvin Estates subdivision in North Buffalo. The homes are being built on Rachel Vincent Way between Colvin Boulevard and Starin Avenue with a mid-development connection to St. Lawrence Avenue.
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2023.06.08 19:55 Colonel_Blackout Brewery Bike Tour June 18th
Join some people on a bike tour around town and have some drinks while you do it! It'll start around noon at Trivedi and go to LBC West, 23rd St, F&I, LBC East, Gaslight Gardens, Black Stag, and Free State. There are no set rules, we can add or subtract places as we see fit. I almost never actually make it to the end because I stop at too many other places. We stay away from main roads as best we can. You don't have to be a good cyclist to join, most of us are very casual riders.
Here's the general idea Map
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2023.06.08 19:53 Devilsora [LTC] Sail Into the West (Commander at Home Reveal Video)
2023.06.08 19:53 tswizzle417 School List Help: TX ORM (3.8/515)
I would love some help with my school list. I am hoping to cut it down, but I am also open to schools I should add/replace with to increase my chances! I have already applied to all TX schools through TMDSAS, but I want to apply widely OOS as well.
cGPA: 3.8 sGPA: 3.74
MCAT: 515 (126/127/130/132)
Camp for Children with Disabilities Volunteer (75 hours)
Nursing home Volunteer (120 hours)
Science lessons for elementary students (30 hours)
Underserved Clinic Volunteer (380 hours)
CRC Job (Not started yet, will be 2000+ hours by Aug 2024)
Shadowing (45 hours)
1000+ hours, 4 presentations/posters, 2 conferences, thesis
Intro Psych & Intro Neuro TA (450 hours)
President of National Honor Society (270 hours)
Co-President of STEM Club (350 hours)
Strong Recs (5) in Committee Letter
School List: Einstein, UF, UCF, Kaiser, Eastern Virginia, Indiana U, Oakland University, Penn State, Tulane, UCLA, UCSF, UCincinnati, UColorado, UIllinois, UIowa, UKentucky, UMaryland, UVermont, Virginia Commonwealth, Wayne State, West Virginia, Western Michigan, George Washington, UMass, Saint Louis, Dartmouth, Emory, UMiami, Rutgers, Sidney Kimmel, Tufts, Drexel, Lewis Katz, Georgetown, Wake Forest, Quinnipiac, Creighton, Jacobs, NYMC, Nova Southeastern, Univ of South Carolina, MCW, Hebert, Central Michigan, Brown (?), UMKC, Ohio State, Rosalind Franklin, Loyola, Georgetown
Thank you in advance; any input is greatly appreciated!
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2023.06.08 19:47 Mavmaramis Paul Kearney, Ships from the West, Gollancz, 2002. Cover: Steve Crisp. Monarchies of God series no. 5.
2023.06.08 19:42 Alex_2259 What are Indian's opinions on the superpower struggle?
The superpower struggle between the autocratic world with China as the senior partner, and the West/"non Western West" with the United States as the current senior partner. That one.
India has always interested me in terms of Asian geopolitical. It's perfectly cut out to be a superpower by mid century if the cards are played right. Washington has many Junior partners, who trade influence for protection. Beijing doesn't have nearly as many, but is working to change that. India is not a Junior partner of any involved party, regularly resisting pressure from both Beijing and Washington as it has enough power alone to do so. India is friendly with both Moscow and Washington. It's in BRICS (CN) and Quad dialogue (US) Border skirmishes with China, walking the fine line between both sides.
The strategy seems sound, maximum benefit for India, albeit must be a bit frustrating for Beijing and Washington alike.
I always wondered what people in India think of the situation and current strategy of your country. Indifferent? Any qualms about dealing with the autocratic world? Don't care about USA vs China, just want India to be the next great power? What's what? Often what the people think is very different than what the strategy makers do, but not always.
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2023.06.08 19:41 karmagheden Permanently banned from r/SocialDemocracy without explanation
I made 2 posts there recently and followed the posting rules by giving a description/summary, both posts were met with ad hominems/smears directed at the subject of the video or content creator and even incivility directed at me for making the post. This is against the rules there but mods seemingly let that slide but ban me for calling that behavior out or making a post about Cornel West running and how both parties screw the working class? Both?
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2023.06.08 19:38 FoodieLoverForver What are the best Italian subs in Chicago?
There are several places in Chicago known for serving delicious Italian subs. Here are some popular options: Bari Subs:
Bari Subs, located in the West Town neighborhood, is a family-owned deli that has been serving Italian subs since 1967. Their subs are made with freshly baked bread, high-quality meats and cheeses, and a variety of toppings. The "Bari Combo" with Italian meats, provolone, and giardiniera is a customer favorite.
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2023.06.08 19:38 ONE_SEVENTY_FOUR Map of the South Sudanese Railroad Network, 2023
2023.06.08 19:37 Beerforthefear Sizing Issue
Does anyone know where I may be able to find a western style hat that's in the neighborhood of size 8? I can't seem to find anything around here(freaking west Texas) and I'm losing hope.
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2023.06.08 19:37 Pretty_Language_393 DON'T LET THEM TAKE WHAT IS YOURS!
Today's orders from Command are to be: Attack- Thurshamrar(North), Crystal Ice Fields(North) Defend- Fons Perennis(South-West),Valle Dei (South-west) Hold- Ilkarya's Barrier(North), Castle Eitrivatnen (North)
Morale boosting message~
"Knights have been called many things; Tin-heads, self-righteous fools and even tyrants. But when I see Knights fighting a battle they don't know they can win or even survive, when i see them fight not for loot or pleasure but for justice and order. You know what i see? I see selfless heroes, heroes who won't sit back and watch towns be pillaged or burned just because they don't live there! They go to the fire and put it out with their hands if they have to!"
Report from the Front
A specialist unit has been mobilised for an attack on Fons Perennis, and has vowed they will take the land or make way for the next army unit who will. Samurai have met this attack with arrows from all sides, they have held back no punches yet our advance does not falter. Scouts have been clearing more passages through the swamp in the hopes of allowing future attacks to have the best chances of survival.
Over at Castle Eitrivatnen, Vikings have continued to throw themselves at our walls, but the defenders have remained ever vigilant and refuse to give any quarter. Engineers have just arrived for the many repairs needed to return our landmark to it's rightful glory, yet with constant fighting these fortifications may take some time to happen.
Bilfrost, which was occupied in a timely manner, has just now received reinforcements to hold the territory against any future Viking retaliations. Structures such as trenches and palisades have already taken root with watchtowers planned for the future. Despite this, Command has requested everyone to still exercise caution when travelling through there without guards.
At last we come to the worst news. Battle for Thurshamrar continues with moderate successes, as knights try to root out any and all Vikings who have sunk into the land. Unfortunately our efforts have led the Vikings to begin using the peasants as cannon fodder against our war machine, although an issue allowing any civilians safe passage was passed, it is believed they are being blackmailed to fight lest their land be pillaged or families be violated. The Capital is disgusted by the strategy and is calling it 'a souless act'.
That will be all for tonight's report, may your sword be sharp and your shield strong.
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2023.06.08 19:36 Ofunu Anyone knows where to find this but in other sizes?
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So in Jonsau Shrine (to the west of Zora's Domain) you get a puzzle named Deep Force where you have to use these yellow objects to hit targets by sinking them and letting the rise on their own. Anyway I joined the yellow objects and added them to my autobuild fav list to test the materials outside. These things float in bot water and lava and won't burn nor do they conduct electricity. I think it would make a great base for many vehicles. The problem is that board is way too big for my needs. Does anyone know if there is another place were I could find the same material but in different sizes? https://preview.redd.it/yf6e2aqaxt4b1.png?width=2880&format=png&auto=webp&s=77a139f1aac6550da032d20b619a1a3a5b887803
2023.06.08 19:36 GeospatialReisMaps My map of Mt. Kanlaon - one of the most active stratovolcanoes of the Philippines (2160x3840)
2023.06.08 19:35 KuroHorus How to have infinite money
(randomized mode only) Hello. i recently found a way to make an infinite amount of money in the game in randomized mode. I do not know if someone already published it but just in case im going to do so myself (also if i make errors in english its bc its not my native language excuse me for it.)
it is very simple. for it to be optimize you have to go to Celadon city where the big shop building is then go through every shop and try to find GROWTH MULCH. they sell it for 200$. if none of them are selling it go back to a Pokecenter and re-shuffle the items. When you found the growth mulch you can buy it as much as you want. to get 1M$ you have to buy 250 Growth mulch.
Once all of the mulch in your 10yo backpack, go to West of Fuschia city on Route 18 and go to the little farm owned by two old people. The Grandpa gives you Berries for free everyday but we are interested in what the grandma proposes. She is buying all the growth mulch you have for 4000$ PIECE !! you then can just spam the sells and get rich.
(not randomized) i know this one is popular so i am not gonna spend too much time explaining but basically go to Celadons Café and talk to the girl who sells coffee. she says it cost 200$ but due to some bug or glitch however the amout of coffee you take you aint gonna lose a single pokedollar. Then just take hundreds of coffee and sell it to any shop. Free Money.
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2023.06.08 19:33 potentialpiper Cornel West on Third-Party Presidential Run, the Roots of His Political Activism & More
2023.06.08 19:33 AutoNewspaperAdmin [IN] - West Bengal poll panel announces panchayat elections on July 8; Murder of democracy, cries Suvendu Adhikari Times of India