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2023.03.21 00:00 abtfcheck [Measurement Check] Calculator says 36G. Finding bras that work for me is a challenge.
Hello ABTF, I got help here years ago before having babies, and now 8 years and 3 babies later I’m back to find bras that fit and accommodate my needs.
To start off, my measurements:
Loose Underbust - 36” Snug Underbust - 34” Tight Underbust - 33” Standing Bust - 43” Leaning Bust - 45” Lying Bust - 44”
Calculator Suggested Starting Size: 36G in UK sizing.
Pre-babies my best fitting bra was a Panache Natasha Balconnet in 34FF
but I did end up needing an extender because the band was too tight.
I’ve gained some weight post babies, and pregnancy changed my body obviously, but I’ve also learned more about my body and received some medical diagnoses since then. One of those is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, which is complicating matters trying to find bras. Because of my EDS, I have injuries to both of my shoulders, causing pain from shoulder straps if they’re tight. At the same time, a band that’s “tight enough” for most to take the weight off my shoulders causes issue with my ribs and Costochondritis (basically, inflammation in cartilage in my chest that feels like heart related chest pain) which is not only uncomfortable but makes self monitoring my heart condition a bit complicated because I can’t always tell if my chest pain is heart related or inflammation related. To top things off I’m also Autistic and some fabrics give me sensory issues.
Ever since early in my first pregnancy I’ve only been able to tolerate wireless bras. When I was breastfeeding my breasts were just too tender for wires no matter how well they fit, and since weaning they’ve continued to be uncomfortable for me. When nursing I lived in Cake Maternity bras that felt perfect, but I had to stop wearing them when my shoulders started having issues from the straps. I’m open to trying underwire again, if I could find something that didn’t hurt. The catch being, I can’t try things on because I live on an island with no bra stores that carry bras in larger sizes (La Senza and La Vie En Rose). I always end up having to order online. I’m also in Canada and shipping costs are brutal.
I have spent the last 3 months basically not able to wear a bra at all because of pain. With winter starting to slip away though I can’t hide under a thick winter coat forever and I miss having bras I could wear without pain. Not to mention being brakes all day contributes to back pain. I also have really wanted to find some cute lingerie and not frumpy bras.
I would really appreciate any advice anyone has for me. I’m pretty desperate for comfort, and I want to have cute bras again.
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2023.03.20 23:59 8MinuteEssay Today, I caught a student ordering an essay online!
As an educator, one of the most important responsibilities is to ensure academic integrity and prevent plagiarism. However, in today's digital age, it is not uncommon for students to resort to online essay mills or academic writing services to purchase pre-written papers. Recently, I had an experience where I caught a student attempting to order an academic paper from 8minuteessay.com
, from what it appeared to be.
It all started when I noticed that one of my students had submitted an essay that was suspiciously well-written and beyond their usual capabilities. While I couldn't immediately prove that the paper was plagiarized, I decided to conduct a more thorough investigation.
I started by reaching out to our IT department, in which they notified me that the student accessed a website called 8minuteessay.com
during our last class period. IT told me the service sells essays to students.
During our conversation, I asked the student if they had written the paper themselves or if they had received any help. The student initially denied any wrongdoing, but after I presented them with the evidence, they admitted that they had attempted to order the paper from 8minuteessay.com.
I was disappointed and saddened by the student's actions, but I knew I had to take appropriate action to maintain academic integrity. I explained to the student the seriousness of their actions and the consequences of plagiarism, and we discussed the importance of academic honesty and integrity.
Furthermore, I then reported the incident to the school's administration, who took further disciplinary action against the student. They were required to redo the assignment and received a lower grade as a penalty for their attempted plagiarism.
As an educator, it is important to stay vigilant and take appropriate action when instances of academic dishonesty arise. By catching and addressing such instances, we can maintain the integrity of our educational system and ensure that students are learning and growing through their own efforts and hard work.
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2023.03.20 23:54 Loyalist77 I don't think Nar Shaddaa is a good first planet with TSLRCM
So the consensus online seems to be that in KOTOR II you should head to Nar Shaddaa first after you finish Telos. You pick up four companions (Mira or Hanharr, G0-T0, Visas, and HK-47). explore a planet that wasn't in the previous game and get some of the best scenes in the game.
That said, I think Nar Shaddaa is a bad choice for your first planet, especially if you are playing with the Restored Content Mod, which you should be doing. For starters on the Companions side you can pick up Visas anywhere and with the Restored Content Mod you have a greater choice in HK-50's to deactivate. What's more, it is very easy on Nar Shaddaa to glitch from the Red Eclipse slavers right to the battle with Visas. That leads to a serious disconnect for new players going from fighting slavers with two Companions and then having everyone unconscious in the side area. This is not a problem on any other planet.
The next reason is the added sections for your companions TSLRCM adds. You have two new sections; one fighting with Atton, Bao Dur, and another to the Docks followed by another section with Atton, Mira/Hanharr, and T3 from the docks to the Hawk. These section are much harder if you haven't got good equipment on your companions or in your inventory. The fight to the Hawk can be particularly tough.
Beyond that there is the unstructured nature of the planet. You get there and basically have to complete sode quests until you're ordered to stop. Again, compared to other planets it is very different. If you are still getting used to the game this can be overwhelming. All other planets hold the players hand a bit better.
I'd recommend Dantooine first. It is small, contained, if you arrive without a Lightsaber it's a bit easier, and you'll still pick up two companions with TSLRCM (Three if you are playing as a woman).
What are others thoughts? What planet do you do first most often?
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2023.03.20 23:53 yellowperil99 How to Prevent Bad Roommate Situations
- ALWAYS have a written and signed agreement on rules and expectations up front, especially if you're the leaseholder. If you're not the leaseholder, have a discussion about expectations before moving in and put everything in writing.
- Consider doing a 1-3 month "trial period," and have this written on paper in the roommate agreement.
- If cleanliness is important to you, emphasize this BEFORE moving in. If cleanliness becomes an issue after moving in, don't be passive aggressive about it. Speak up. Be sure to be honest about your level of cleanliness. If you're clean on the same level as Monica from "Friends," either find other people who respect that or are on the same level as you.
- If you're a messy person and want to live with roommates who are ok with messy common areas, DO NOT live with someone who wants things clean. It's never going to work.
- Do your research. Ask for social media handles to find out more about your potential roommate prior to moving in.
- When posting ads for roommates, be clear about your expectations as much as possible.
- Politics: if this is important to you, find out right away where they stand.
- Splitting Utilities + Household items: I recommend having just one person manage this -- ordering toilet paper online, paying the bills, etc -- and then splitting the costs on Venmo. Save the receipts in case there are any questions.
- Find out if your roommate(s) is extroverted or introverted. This can affect the living situation.
- If you want to have control over who you're living with, find an apartment where you can be the main leaseholder (if you can afford it).
- Does age make any difference? Sometimes. Obviously someone in their late 30's vs early 20's are at very different places, but I've found that it's less about age and more about personality and respect. Don't write someone off just because of their age.
Hope this helps. Would love to hear what you've learned from your own experiences.
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2023.03.20 23:49 Universe_Donut [REQUEST] [STEAM] TMNT: Shredder's Revenge ($19.99 USD)
Steam page STEAM ID
, today I am requesting Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge Why do I want it?
I’ve been a fan of this franchise for as long as I can remember, first being introduced to the turtles from a friend in kindergarten, when he told me about the 2007 animated movie simply titled “TMNT”, ever since I was a pretty casual fan, I later would follow the franchise watching the 2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon whenever it would air on tv and even going as far as to mention the amazingly weird but beautifully animated short written by Jhonen Vasquez in 2016, and a side from animated content I really enjoyed some of the video games staring the characters, even though the ones I played mostly consisted of flash games. But one game I would always hear amazing things about from classmates and online was Turtles in Time, now, I never had the chance to play it since I never owned the system on which it came out, and not to mention I didn’t exist when it was available for purchase, but from what I saw online of the game, I loved it, especially the music in the game. So, when a successor to that game was announced in 2021 in the form of TMNT Shredder’s Revenge I was immediately sold, with not only gorgeous pixel art, an amazing soundtrack done by Tee Lopes (the same composer for Sonic Mania) and not to mention the same teams that worked on the Scott Pilgrim vs the world video game and Streets of Rage 4, yeah, you could say I was really hyped and waited patiently through the many delays. What is the game about?
With Bebop and Rocksteady assaulting Channel 6 and stealing super gnarly devices to support Krang and Shredder’s latest twisted plan, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge sees the Turtles battling across a righteous range of timeless TMNT locations. From Manhattan and Coney Island, to city rooftops and dank sewers, help the fearsome foursome trounce Foot Soldiers, Triceraton Warriors, and Rock Troops all the way to Dimension X! (Retrieved from the steam store) Why can't I get it?
Currently, my family is in a very tight economic situation, them and I having to pay for mine and my sibling’s education as well as medical costs for my grandparents and mother, which is why it is quite hard for any of my family members to get a job (including myself).
Thanks for reading and I hope you have a nice day Wishlist
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2023.03.20 23:46 jhnbsomerscz4gm Bellacanvas Promo Code Reddit
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2023.03.20 23:44 jestarpetal Religious nonprofits requiring staff to personally fundraise their salary - how is this legal?
Hello! Question about religious nonprofits.
The nonprofit I work for (based in U.S., headquartered in Georgia) requires almost all staff (99%) to fundraise their yearly salary. And for clarity, this is not raising funds for the organization; this is raising funds for personal meals and rent and other personal needs like groceries. Employees ask their friends and family to donate to them for their salary. Most staff I know fundraise around $30,000-40,000 per year for themselves. Then, on top of that, most employees help with the annual fundraisers for the organization. The nonprofit advertises their positions as "full-time, support-raised positions. The individual will be required to raise their own funding to meet their salary goal."
I have seen this at TONS of religious charities and especially mission organizations/campus ministries that require employees to fundraise their salary plus 40 hours per week of work. Many of my religious friends at other religious nonprofits raise their own salary to do everything from full-time accounting to mission work to interning.
At my company, in particular, staff must pay to attend the annual staff conference, pay for business cards, tickets to 3rd party conferences they are working, branded letterhead, computers (sometimes), uniform dress shirts, and more.
Finally, my company takes an 11% administrative fee from every donation. So the staff members have to raise 11% over what they need to live in order to cover this fee.
For people with legal knowledge: How is it legal for religious nonprofits to do this? How can they be held accountable for paying a living wage when it is all fundraised/budgeted by the employee? Are there specific loopholes that exist in the U.S. or for religious organizations that they use to do this?
I know that this practice is widely regarded as harmful, but I am more looking for information on the taxes/legal/government side of things and how/why this is legal or how they are doing this. I couldn't find much information online.
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2023.03.20 23:42 HrnyGrl420 Help Me Shop?
Hi, I'm leaving for a tropical vacation in a few weeks, and my wardrobe is bone dry. I'm pretty well set on shorts and shades, but I need help with Tees. All my best shirts have holes in em.
I'm 6'2, pretty fit. Sometimes I buy shirts that r too shallow for my height. Since I will be shopping online, I would prefer to order shirts that will fit properly.
Can y'all point me towards brands that make quality clothes? I'm pretty impressed with this carhartt thermal I bought last winter. I have a shirt from BRXTN that I like pretty well too.
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2023.03.20 23:42 gingerbreadman2687 Hard times for a n00b.
I have been researching and reading more and more about norse paganism. I have read many online site, the poetic and halfway through the prose, and a couple sagas. I feel like ever since I've actually been considering adopting and picking my first deity is been nothing but hard times.
In the last 6 weeks, my father has had issues with surgery, his mom(my grandmother) has a stroke the same day, I spent almost 3 full weeks at her death bed, trying to consul my father who couldn't make it in, the next week after her services my lost a co-worker who was an acquaintance, followed by on Saturday (when we had vacation planned for sunday) we had to take our cat to the emergency vet and had to put him down, today I hit a bird in the car, found out a friend at work got let go, and now a friend just had to put down thier dog.
I even ordered some wooden bowls from Amazon and Lazer ethed various runes and symbols into each one to try to make the sacrifice more special and that.
I'm totally lost and drained right.
Anything I can read, sacrifice, deity I can try to reach out to to help pull through and recenter?
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2023.03.20 23:40 200k33p3r Have had no service since day 1. Now they refused to help me port out.
2023.03.20 23:38 mt_xing Japan Parks Trip Report + Lessons Learned [Fuji-Q Highland, Nagashima Spa Land, Universal Japan, etc]
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Just got back from two weeks in Japan where I got to ride some roller coasters, and given there's relatively less information on here about the major Japanese parks, I thought I'd give my thoughts and also lessons learned in case anyone else wants to go.
Some useful resources I found, in addition to reading the other posts on this subreddit about people's time in Japan, were trip reports on YouTube by various coaster YouTubers, such as El Toro Ryan, and the written reports of Richard Bannister
(who I believe is active on this subreddit - hi and thanks for your work!). They gave me a bit of an idea on what to expect.
The parks I visited were, in order:
- Tokyo Dome City (didn't ride anything)
- Tokyo Joypolis
- Tokyo DisneySea
- Tobu Zoo
- Fuji-Q Highland
- Nagashima Spa Land
- Universal Japan
Preferred seating is not a thing in Japan. You do not get to pick your own seat and I'm told it's considered rude to ask.
You often hear that Japanese parks have terrible operations and, with the exception of the two American ones (Disney and Universal), this is true, but those two get such insane crowds that lines are very long anyways. Get used to waiting.
On the bright side, every single park had free bins or lockers in the stations to store things. None allow loose articles (even in zippered pockets or glasses with straps) and many enforce this with metal detection, but with free lockers, I don't mind this. You put your stuff in the locker and then your key comes with a strap that you wear around your wrist. Simple enough. I wish free lockers were a thing at more American parks (cough
Parks close their rides by the posted wait time before park close. So if a ride has a posted 120 minute wait and the park closes at 5, they will close the line at 3 and stop allowing people to queue. This means if you get off a ride say 45 minutes before park close, there's basically nothing left for you to do.
Japanese parks love ferris wheels. They're everywhere.
Buying tickets for anything online is like pulling teeth. Some parks straight up require you to buy tickets through Seven Eleven which is wild (and Seven Eleven requires a Japanese name to buy tickets). Disney's website crashed every time I put in my card and Universal's website said they don't take foreign Visas and Mastercards. Those two I bought through an authorized reseller (Klook) and the rest I bought in person at the park.
Masks are still everywhere in Japan, not by law but by social custom (and sometimes park mandate), even on the roller coasters and outside.
Finally, the smaller the park, the less likely the staff speak English (which I understand; I wouldn't expect the average Six Flags ride op to speak fluent Japanese either). Just be patient and kind; in my experience Japanese customer service people are some of the nicest in the world. In general it's not hard to figure out what they're saying through a combination of prior experience (eg: the person assigning rows asking you a question probably wants to know the number of people in your party) and just watching what people around you are doing. As someone who doesn't speak Japanese, it was never impossible for me to figure it out, and if all else fails, Google Translate always exists. I recommend downloading the Japanese language pack when you have wifi.
Tokyo Dome City
Unfortunately Thunder Dolphin was closed for maintenance still so I didn't actually get to ride anything here. Big pancake looking thing No reopening date
Tokyo Joypolis Joypolis entrance
I paid per ride as I only rode the one coaster. There is a foreigner discount if you have your passport on you (which apparently Japanese law requires you keep on you as a tourist at all times anyways).
Geki-on Live Coaster
I rode a spinning inverting interactive dark ride rhythm game roller coaster. I did not know these were words that went together.
In all seriousness, when they made the world's first inverting spinning coaster, they were so busy stuffing it with gimmicks that they forgot to make the ride good. I was genuinely curious how having playing a rhythm game while riding a coaster would work because it sounded kind of fun, but unfortunately the rhythm game portion is separate from the coaster portion. You play a bad latency-filled rhythm game for a bit and then there's a tire launch into a single heartline roll and that's the ride. There's a trim and a few slow turns after that but you're basically just meandering back to the station. You're better off just downloading a good rhythm game to your phone and playing it while in line for Time Traveler. The single heartline roll
Not the best use of an hour in line, but hey, at least it was interesting.
I went on a random non-holiday Tuesday and showed up 30 minutes before park open. The lines were as promised. Also if you buy your ticket through an authorized reseller, your ticket is on your phone, but the official park app requires you to scan your ticket and the app is, of course, also on your phone. So there's literally no way to do that without the help of someone else. Without the app, you can't book reservations or buy fast passes (which cost money now; there's a lot of outdated info still out there on the English web). On the bright side, most employees had no problem with English here and guest services even had English park maps on request. \"Medium / Light crowds\" per most crowd calendars
Also this park is shockingly affordable, not just for a Disney park but in general. I got a full meal with a drink for lunch for only $12. Sodas can be had for around $1.50. Admission was only like $60. It's wild.
Raging Spirits There is a single rider line
(or at least there was when I was there). It's very hard to find; ask an employee. I waited in the standby line the first time while the single rider queue was literally a station wait.
This is a not very exciting Intamin family-ish coaster with a single vertical loop. Not much else to say.
This park is actually a bit under a mile away from the nearest train station, an oddity by Japanese park standards. You can wait for the bus if you want but I took the rather pleasant stroll through the town to get to the park.
Note that El Toro Ryan went to the wrong train station in his video if you watch it. I did also find this video
helpful for this park and Yomiuriland.
The staff spoke exactly zero English when I came. Google Translate was invaluable for getting tickets purchased. I just bought the one ride because the rest of the park was honestly quite beat down and depressing. Sad
Regina 2 was still closed; I missed it by a few days. The signage makes it look like it's getting GCI trains which is cool I guess. The old trains were on display in the park if you wanted photos. Regina 2 ad in the train station Presumably the old trains
Kawasemi A good roller coaster
This really is just a smaller I305, starting with the same drop, 270 degree right turn, and airtime hill under the lift. The resemblence is uncanny, but unlike I305, it doesn't make me wanna black out from the forces. I really enjoyed this ride. It has some awesome airtime and I'm shocked Intamin hasn't sold more of these.
Finally getting to the big coaster parks. I stayed at the park hotel because it was pretty affordable and got me 30 minutes early entry. I could also buy tickets at the front desk.
There is a train station at the park but taking a bus from Tokyo was cheaper and faster, even with traffic, because the train makes too many stops (even if you pay up for the Limited Express).
Calling this park the Six Flags of Japan is a disservice to the fact that there are genuinely pleasant Six Flags parks. This park was sad. Cracked pavement, chipped paint, you name it (except trash; as with all of Japan there is no litter anywhere). The fact that there was construction everywhere didn't help the vibe, and neither did the nearly empty park on the weekday I went (not empty enough to stop everything from being a two hour wait from poor ops though).
There are machines by major rides to purchase fast passes, and I think they take credit card (a rarity). I never used them though as with Do-Dodonpa still down, I was really only there for 3 credits and with early entry, I walked onto the first train of the day on Eejanaika.
On all major coasters, they would have staff brief each train of riders on safety instructions and then make everyone chant a mnemonic that I assume involves the safety info we were given? As a non Japanese speaker I kinda had no idea what was going on but having everyone stand in a circle chanting some rhyme while tapping their knees for every train of oncoming riders was not helping the operational speed.
You already know that this coaster is great. It feels very much like X2 but the rotations are smoother (I didn't hurt my calves even once on the raven turn). I also lucked out that on my 3 rides, I got the front twice and the back once. This coaster alone makes the park worth visiting. Such a shame that with only 5 rows per train (instead of X2's 7) and ops that make Magic Mountain look like Disney, it takes so long to get on this coaster. Also the park had three safety belts on the coaster (instead of X2's one) and one of the belts literally attached the chest harness to the seat chasis?? It literally doesn't hold anything to anything; it's just there to take up time.
This is just TMNT Shellraiser and it's unfortunate both copies of this good ride are in subpar parks. I didn't even notice too bad of a rattle on this one. Just an all around enjoyable ride. Great views of Mt. Fuji onboard too.
It's true. All the Togos that aren't unrideable garbage are in Japan. This one even had some okay airtime early on. Unfortunately there was a rather unpleasant vibration (not quite a rattle; too high frequency for that) in the valleys that made my lungs uncomfortable; I coughed basically all the way through the second half of the ride. I don't know if this was just a me thing and I decided against a second ride to find out.
I don't remember where I got this cool view of the under construction coaster but I think it was this ride's exit. Construction site
Voyage Dans Le Ciel
This ride opened late and having just eaten lunch I decided why not? Don't think I'd ridden a coaster by Hoei Sangyo before. It's just a family inverted coaster with very aggressive midcourse brakes.
Another park not directly connected to the train network, although from Keiō-yomiuri-land station there is a cable car you can pay for with great views of Bandit (the other train station has a boring bus). This is another park I paid per ride because I was just getting the credits before leaving. Cable car ride
Was shockingly full even during the week; I think I caught a school trip or something because it looked like teachers were leading classes full of students around.
Vending machines selling ride tickets and fast passes were cash only (admission could be paid with credit card).
Another not terrible Togo, and this one didn't hurt my lungs. Great use of terrain and some competent airtime too. Just an overall fun time.
This indoor spinning family coaster made me laugh because as far as I could tell they had put on a Hatsune Miku theme but couldn't be bothered to rip the old theme out first, so the first dark ride portion still had dog statues and stuff and then every few meters someone had just glued a poster of a Hatsune Miku character to the wall. Even Six Flags rips out (most of) the old theming before putting in new ones, lol. Indoor spiral lift was cool though; idk if I'd ever seen one before. They had a life-sized statue at the exit and that was probably the highest effort part of the whole thing.
Lipovitan Rocket Luna
Mostly indoor suspended family coaster, though there was a bit where you swoop outside before ducking back in, which looks very nice from the outside. The theming was much higher effort here. Fun ride. People would clap every time this happened
Nagashima Spa Land
This park also isn't by a train station. There's a local bus you can take from Kuwana station or you can take a highway bus from Nagoya, though the latter got stuck in traffic for so long I missed park open by over 30 minutes. I took the local bus and train back that night.
Fast pass vending machines only take cash. I made the mistake of only bringing 4000 yen (a bit under $40) so at 1000 yen (a bit under $10) per fast pass, I only got to skip 4 lines and had to wait for subsequent rerides on Hakugei.
The park hotel does not appear to allow single occupancy in their rooms (Japanese hotels charge for number of people in a room unlike many US hotels), which was a problem as I was travelling alone at this point of the trip. I ended up staying somewhere else.
The Manta clone and Schwarzkopf looper were closed the day I visited.
Hakugei Ferris wheel has good views
It's a big RMC. You already know it's elite. The airtime is top notch, the drop is incredible even in rows 3 and 10 where I got stuck, the inversions are whippy - it's just a great ride. Does kind of just feel like a normal RMC but bigger though, which is similar to how I feel about SteVe. The trains make a rather concerning loud rattling noise in some valleys, louder than I've heard on any other RMC hybrid; idk if that means anything.
Ultra Twister Marcel Vos in shambles
I finally got to ride the ride that's so legendary for being so bad in RCT. It was fine; with a bit of defensive riding it wasn't painful at all, since the whole coaster being in one plane meant there was limited room to make bad transitions. And it was a walk on.
Steel Dragon 2000 Didn't remember this was a giga until after I got off
Longest steel coaster in the world. A Morgan giga, running B&M trains with bizzare 2-across seating that isn't
staggered (unlike B&M Hypers). It doesn't track as smoothly as a B&M through the earlier half, but that airtime finale was amazing. Not quite
as violent as Magnum's but pretty close and much longer (there's what, like 6 or 7 hills? I lost count), and with the B&M clamshell it's a lot more pleasant. That said, imagine putting shinguards on a B&M clamshell. Why would anyone do that?
Standard Arrow corkscrew.
Schwarzkopf shuttle loop. Nice that it's sticking around for now with Montezooma changing.
Kiddie ride I rode after lunch. Really thought the part at water level was going to be a splash down but nope.
Standard Mack rides compact wild mouse.
Imagine running only one side of a free-spin with a posted 1 hour wait. They really were only using one side of the station and leaving the other side empty. That said, this was by far the most flips I'd ever gotten on a free spin (4 with almost a 5th).
Universal Studios Japan
We arrived 40 minutes before park open and the rides were already running with people on them. People aren't kidding when they say this park opens long before the posted opening time.
Fast passes need to be purchased in advance as they will sell out. They come in bundles instead of being per ride. I got the one with Flying Dinosaur to avoid a posted 4 hour wait, though I will say of all the parks in Japan, Universal inflated their posted waits the most by far (often a factor of 2 or even 3).
I'm not really covering non-coaster rides but my friends loved MarioKart ride (which apparently also just opened in LA). That said I personally find the field of view on the visors to be too small to convincingly sell the effect; it feels like less than a third of your vision is actually covered, and since the ride relies on speed lines and moving scenery in the visors to sell the racing feel (since the cars are moving very slowly in real life), I find the effect doesn't really work that well.
You need timed entry passes to the Nintendo area (and sometimes the Harry Potter area too) if you don't buy a Fast Pass that includes it already. Get to the park early to get them before they're all gone.
Park employees spoke English no problem here, just like Disney. Ops were good too. The park just gets too many guests. Food was not as cheap as Disney though. Single rider lines are much longer than they were at Disney; I'm told Disney attracts more families who want to stick together, while Universal has more teens willing to split up for a shorter wait. Idk if that's true but whatever the reason, the single rider line was frequently only 10 to 20 minutes shorter than the standby line.
An otherwise fun B&M Hyper ruined by the speakers right next to your ears blasting music at eardrum shattering volumes. Probably would've been a fun ride if I had brought earplugs with me. And it wasn't just me; the random person sitting next to me was plugging her ears too through the whole ride.
Never seen a B&M Hyper with a dual load station before though; that's how you know the ops here are decent (slowed by having people cross the train to put stuff in bins before metal detecting on the platform itself, but with a dual load station it's parallelized).
Flying Dinosaur Beautiful lake views from the ride
Disclaimer: I don't love intensity that much. I find the pretzel loops on most B&M flyers to be my least favorite part. So Flying Dinosaur was whatever for me. It's a very intense B&M flyer for sure, but I enjoy these rides more for the view and the feeling of flight than the chest crushing Gs through the loops, so this one wasn't for me. I'm sure intensity buffs will love it though.
Doraemon XR Ride: Nobita's Sky Utopia
An indoor spinning Mack family coaster, except they had turned off the spinning and were only using the two forward facing seats per car to accomodate the VR experience. It seems like it's been a VR ride for a while; if so, I have to wonder why Universal doesn't just buy forward facing trains for this. Would improve operations immensely to actually have the full coaster's capacity. A posted 4 hour wait in both the standby and single rider line for a family coaster on a nonholiday Tuesday is insane. Luckily the single rider line only took 90 minutes, far less than what's posted. Notice the empty rear-facing seats
This was actually my first time on a VR coaster (I had dropped out of the enthusiast community right before the VR craze went around) and the experience was pretty fun for what it is; feels like a screen ride except with some actual forces since you are still on a coaster. Your plane dives in VR and you actually feel a drop. It was fun. Wouldn't wait 4 hours for it.
Flight of the Hippogriff
Haven't ridden the one in Orlando but I suspect this one is a clone. Only got on it because every other line had closed near the end of the day.
And those were the coasters I rode. Let me know if you have any questions; I can try to answer, though I will confess I am no expert on the country or culture of Japan. For all the annoyances, there are some great coasters in Japan so if you're fortunate enough to be able to visit, I would. Oh and the rest of the country is cool too.
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Received a woman's ring in the mail. I did not order this ring. It came from JANE, 14915 177th St, Suite 202, Jamaca NY 1434. Moissanite Ring came with a brochure and black plastic card (appears to be a warranty ID card) issued by GRA ("Global Gemological I received the ring via USPS delivery in the mail. In mid-February I ordered clothes from a site called "California Warehouse" but I haven't received that order so maybe these are somehow connected.
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2023.03.20 23:26 Big_Pay330 Is it possible to get gaba on the clearnet without RX?
Not looking for sources just a Y/N answer. Can you buy gaba on the clearnet without going to see a legit doctor? I've considered QuickMD type but not sure what I'd say in order to get it. I live in the US, is it possible to buy online from ClearNet?
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2023.03.20 23:26 safelyhq-com Online Shopping, Scam, Delivery, Online Scam - Fu Zhou Shi, Fu Jian Sheng - I ordered a set of 3 suitcases which were advertised on Facebook. I oaid £20.00 sterling. After 3 weeks I contacted them they said to be patient. I... #onlineshopping #scam #delivery #onlinescam
I ordered a set of 3 suitcases which were advertised on Facebook. I oaid £20.00 sterling. After 3 weeks I contacted them they said to be patient. I have been very patient. I then recieved a fountain pen from this company I once again messages them they said the courier took the wrong container and sent it out by mistake. I have asked for my full refund or item I purchased I get email stating I need to let them raje 8.99 USD so I can keep pen. I did not order pen I either want my suitcase or a FULL REFUND of 20.00 sterling.
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2023.03.20 23:25 Inevitable_Spare_777 Ordering weed via app
Hey everyone. I've posted on this sub before about cannabis e-commerce and my belief that there needs to be better options than what exists now. I'm doing some public opinion research on the issue, so if you could take the following 7 question survey that'd be super helpful. https://form.jotform.com/230784797052061
If you don't want to do the survey I'd certainly take input here as well. What platform are you currently using to order cannabis online? How often? What do you like and not like about it? Do you follow cannabis growers or producers on social media?
EDIT: Not sure if my original intention was clear. I'm referring to using apps like Weedmaps, Dutchie, or Leafly to order weed from dispensaries for pickup or delivery - NOT mailorder quasi legal stuff.
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2023.03.20 23:18 CarobChance9647 prize redemption not working in store
I know in the terms and conditions it says it is free for any hot beverage including modifications. I've been placing online orders and they are all covered. However, when my friend (who went to a different location as well) and I ordered a drink in store with the qr code. It only covered the cost of the drink and did not cover modifications such as vanilla syrups.
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2023.03.20 23:18 safelyhq-com Online Shopping, Scam, Delivery, Online Scam - Buffalo, New York - Ordered a 3 in 1 Mechanical Height Chair from CONEYSEEF.com and received an ugly scarf instead. When I reached out to the support department at CONEYSEED a... #onlineshopping #scam #delivery #onlinescam
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Ordered a 3 in 1 Mechanical Height Chair from CONEYSEEF.com and received an ugly scarf instead. When I reached out to the support department at CONEYSEED about getting a refund due to scam, they emailed me back stating there apologies and that there packer must of mixed up the order. Really - nnnaaaa. There is a huge difference in weight between what I ordered and what I was sent. Then it was well send the product back AND THEN they'll refund me for my purchase and shipping costs THAT I WOULD occur the cost of. Along with also being offered a 45% discount of original product purchased if I wanted to keep the scarf.How about this since I know this is a scam just refund my money before I chose to report you Read full report here
2023.03.20 23:17 Dovvol79 New build for a beginner for $1,200 max.
I've never built a computer before, so this makes me a little nervous, but I know most times you can get a better bang for your buck out of building yourself. I know just enough about computers to get myself in trouble, so I figured I'd come ask some professionals for advice. Any words of encouragement would be appreciated as well.
- >**What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.**
- I'd like to be able to play games on high settings without it stuttering. Games like Hogwarts Legacy, CoD, RDR2 online and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Will do some light streaming on discord from time to time to show friends what I'm playing, but nothing over the 720p. Will also be using Microsoft office sometimes for work.
- >**What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?**
- Max would be around $1,000 - $1,200. Cheaper if possible.
- >**When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.**
- Within a month. Waiting on a couple paychecks.
- >**What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc\)**
- I just need the tower set up.
- >**Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?**
- I'm in Ohio. Nearest Microcenter is a couple hours away.
- >**If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.**
- Mouse and Keyboard are Logitec. Monitors are HP and Dell. I plan on replacing those later.
- >**Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?**
- Never overclocked before, so probably not. Not 100% sure how, honestly.
- >**Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)**
- I would like an SSD or an NVME drive. At least 1 or 2T. Not sure if an HDD drive is good to have as a back up or not. I'm still learning about the drives. I do download most of my games through Steam.
- >**Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?**
- A plain Jane case without lights would be just fine, though I would like a black case.
- >**Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?**
- I will need windows. Not sure on the difference between 10 or 11.
- I would love to have a build that has a NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 or the 3060 Ti. It seems to be a good card for the price. I do want to be able to keep using dual monitors though. I don't care much about the difference between AMD or Icore processors. I would like to be able to upgrade components later if needed.
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2023.03.20 23:15 picklecruncher First online order from Plantsome: decidedly impressed!
2023.03.20 23:13 PhotographVirtual590 how can i spy on my partners phone
You may have encountered a situation in your or someone else's life and you want to determine your loyalty to others. This is why people increasingly need to know how to monitor their partners without their knowledge
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How can I spy on my partners phone without them knowing ? Table of Contents
- How to spy on someone’s iphone
- How to spy on someone’s phone without touching it
- How to spy on someone’s android phone
- How can i monitor someone’s phone?
- How can i hack my partner’s phone without them knowing
- How can I spy on my partners phone?
- Can you spy on someone’s phone?
- Do cell phone spy apps really work?
- What is the best app for spying on another’s phone?
- Can you remotely spy on a cell phone?
- How can i spy on my fiancee’s phone?
- How can i intercept my partner’s messages?
- How to track a cell phone without installing software on the device
- What app is the best to catch a cheating spouse?
- What app can you spy on your boyfriend with?
The Best way to spy on your partner’s phone is to check their phone but if you do not have physical access to the phone and do not want them to know, we suggest you read How to spy on my partner’s phone without him or her knowing it may be that you have observed certain disturbing trends recently in your husband? Or your child is being tight-lipped about his movement. It is your place to be on top of the situation as it will not be pleasant if you are called to witness a distressing event. I know you must have tried reaching out to them to find out what is really going on but hit a brick wall. I know you must be feeling very frustrated as your efforts are not showing any results. But does it make this a hopeless venture? Does it mean you may continue in the dark on such an important issue as your emotional well-being? You may have had to spend countless nights thinking how you got to such a place in your relationship. I am here to give you good news that there is something that could still be done. The one way you can truly unravel what is going and making the appropriate decision would be to spy on them. Now you must be thinking should I follow them everywhere they go? [[email protected]
I couldn’t possibly recommend that. You will give up in the first day out. Your surveillance will not take you out of your house or even take much of your time. All you need to focus on is their smart phone. Once you find a way of unlocking and monitoring their cell phone, you will be able to put everything in its proper perspective.
I spoke about finding a way to track them in the previous paragraph. Let’s get down to that now.
How to spy on someone’s iPhone
Now spying on iPhones is both easy and not so easy. The primary difficulty lies in finding a working spy tool that will do a good job. A lot of fraudulent spy apps litter the internet claiming to do one thing or the other. I know they are a waste of time because I have tried them and know what I had to put up with.
I will let you know from this moment that spy apps we discuss here offer paid services. Meaning you have to pay before you can enjoy premium surveillance services. So onward we go. iPhones are great smart phones and we all know that. The privacy it affords is second to none and many hackers have had a hard time getting access to it. But with all its security, there is still a way you can bypass this hurdle and it requires you to know the Apple ID and password of the target. With this in your hand, you will be able to track their calls, messages, emails, go through their social media activities, know the websites they frequently visit, remotely access their phone camera in order to record and take picture of the surroundings, be able to know in real-time their location. [[email protected]
All these and more can be done when you choose the right spy tool to work with. That is why we have taken the time to compile a list of spy apps you can work with to get the results you are looking for. There is also the added bonus of not needing to jailbreak the target device in order of the spy app to work as the surveillance will be done via the web only. So you just need to login to your account with them and then you will be able to monitor the target phone after verifying the credentials.
How to spy on someone’s phone without touching it
Spying on someone may require you being in the places they are. But there is the fear that they may see you. That is why spying was moved from tailing to hacking. With hacking, you get to spy and monitor them through the activities they generate from their smart phone use. This seemed like a great solution to an age-long problem.
Couples and parents have had to deal with the heartache of not knowing where their partner is or who their kids are friends with. In a bid to make things easier, spy apps were introduced to enable us be aware of the movements of our loved ones. Although spy apps are cast in a bad light, they do a world of good. Through its use, parent have been able to discover whether their kids are lying to them as to where they are and who they are with, romantic partners are able to better validate the fidelity of their partners.
But the first problem spy apps faced was being discovered or noticed by the target and the need to have to root or jail-break the target device before it could work. Now, rooting or jail-breaking will require you to have physical access to the device and we know that this may not be possible.
A couple of years forward, we are now able to spy on a target’s phone without touching it. This feature is not available for every operating system but is exclusive to the iOS platform. So if your husband, wife, kid or employee uses an iPhone all you need to track them is just their iCloud credentials
How to spy on someone’s android phone
The only way you can spy on an Android smart phone is when you physically handle the target device. Disregard any blog post you may come across saying something contrary. You need to handle the target device so you can download and install the spy app on it. Once you complete the installation, you do not even need to handle it again. The spy app will automatically run in stealth mode to avoid detection and will be sending you information on the activities of the target device.
You can even remotely uninstall the spy app if you no longer need it.
How can i monitor someone’s phone?
You can monitor another person’s phone with only cell phone monitoring solutions
How can i hack my partner’s phone without them knowing
Do you want to hack your partner’s phone without them discovering you? Whatever the reason may be I hope you have spoken to them to let them know how you feel concerning the path your relationship is currently on.
Maybe you feel like they are no longer interested in you. You feel neglected and believe there is someone else who they share fond memories with besides yourself. If you are both legally joined, you have a right to know why your partner is acting out and putting your marriage in jeopardy.
How can I spy on my partners phone?
You may have confronted them with your suspicions and they would likely have shown you why your ideas are erroneous and childish. But you still get the nagging feeling that there is something afoot. Trying to go through their phones would be quite difficult given the security measures they may have installed to block outside interference. You may not even get the opportunity for once to handle the phone or even be near it when a message comes in.
What do you do then? How do you get the hard evidence you so dearly yearn for? Your way out of this dilemma will be when you turn to spy apps for help. Cell phone monitoring solutions (technical name for spy apps) will enable you get access to their phone even if you do not have access to it. You will be able to remotely monitor them and catch them red-handed when they are in the act. The bonus of using it is you will even be able to get picture and video evidence to support your case in court, if need be, as you can also remotely activate the target’s camera and video. [[email protected]
If you are in a dilemma and need to hack your husband’s phone and do not want him to know and do not also have access to his phone then you definitely spy apps. If he uses an iPhone, you do not need to install any tracking software before monitoring him. All that is required of you is his Apple ID and password for verification. Also make sure his iCloud backup option is enabled and auto synchronization is on. Once you sort this out, you will be able to spy on him without him ever suspecting anything.
For Android devices, the only way out is installing a tracking software. This means you need physical access to his phone before anything can be done. If you have a few seconds, just quickly go to the official website of any of our listed top spy apps and install for Android. After this is sorted, the spy app will automatically run in stealth mode thereby evading detection by your target. You can then login to your online account you have with the spy service and spy on them. You do not have to root the phone before it works and it does not consume battery life or disturb the performance of the target device.
Can you spy on someone’s phone?
Yes. You can definitely monitor another person’s smart phone. But before doing that, make sure you are aware of the binding laws in your state pertaining to using surveillance technology. You can consult your local attorney to hear his opinion on the issue
Can you remotely spy on a cell phone?
Yes you can remotely gather data on a target cell phone without having access or being anywhere near the target device.
How can i spy on my fiancée's phone?
You can use spy app on your soon-to-be partner to know who they truly are.
How can i intercept my partner’s messages?
Do you want to intercept and read your partner’s messages? Do you suspect they may be having extra-marital affairs and trying to cover it up? Whatever the need may be, you can gain access to all their mobile activities; calls, messages, online chats, social media accounts, passwords, location history, browsing sessions all from the convenience of your couch. [[email protected]
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