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2019.08.03 22:21 sonoallie sclerosimultipla

Un sub italiano non solo per quelli diagnosticati con la sclerosi multipla (sm) in italia ma anche per le persone intorno a loro. An Italian sub not only for those diagnosed Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in Italy but also for the people around them.

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2023.03.20 23:23 titritmoroccotours 6 days imperial cities of morocco tour

Day 1: Casablanca-Meknes-Volubilis-Fes
You will be met on arrival at Casablanca airport or at your hotel and then driven the short distance to Casablanca, Morocco's largest city and the modern, economic capital. here you'll be welcome to enter the impressive Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest in the world and one of only two in the country that allow access to non-Muslims. In the afternoon, you will travel west towards Fes, stopping off at Meknes and Volubilis. Meknes, surrounded by vineyards and rich arable land, is an important, historic, Imperial city of the Sultan Moulay Ismail of the 17th and 18th centuries. Here you can see the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail himself, the Bab Mansour gate with its beautiful zellij mosaics and marble pillars, and the Sahrij Soanni Bassin, a huge reservoir that supplies the city and the Imperial gardens. Next, are the nearby Roman ruins of Volubilis dating from the first century BC and you'll be able to walk through the Triumphal Arch and see many beautifully preserves mosaic floors depicting scenes from the Roman myths. Then onward to Fes, through fertile valleys in the foothills between the Rif and Atlas Mountain ranges. arriving in the early evening to check into your traditional riad in the heart of the ancient, medieval medina where you will stay in B&B overnight.
Day 2: Investigating Fantasic Fes
After a traditional breakfast in your riad, it will be time to explore the cultural capital of Morocco, the ancient medina (old city) of Fes, passing though its narrow, winding alleyways among the hustle and bustle, donkeys and horses, the exotic sights and smells of a working, medieval city; the largest urbanized pedestrian area in the world. Here you can see the delicious fresh fruit piled high, mountains of aromatic spices and intricate. You will visit the famous traditional tanneries and to the Al Qaraouine university which is the oldest in the world. In the afternoon, after a satisfying lunch in an authentic Moroccan restaurant in the heart of the medina, Your journey will continue with a visit of the Jewish quarter, the King's Palace, ceramic factory and the Merenid Tombs, perched on a hillside overlooking the medina and providing a breathtaking panoramic view of the old city. Then you will return to your riad home for the night.
Day 3: Fes - Middle Atlas Mountains - Sahara Desert
Following breakfast, it's off to Ifrane, a charming Alpine-styled, chalet filled town, nestling prettily in the mountains and known as the " Switzerland of Morocco", Catching tantalising glimpses of both the Middle and High Atlas mountains as you yourselves ascend into them, you'll next stop at Azrou, "The Rock" in the local Berber language, a lovely village in the heart of the magnificent cedar forests, the most extensive in the country. Here live the Barbary Apes, actually a type of macaque monkey, who may steal your lunch. As you get nearer to Merzouga, your destination for the night, you will see a gradual change in the landscape as the desert begins to creep in. On we go, through the mountain pass of Tizi Ntalghamt to Midelt and then through the verdant Ziz valley, carved by a river through volcanic rock. There will be plenty of stops for photo opportunities along the route. Passing through quaint Berber mountain villages and then the larger settlements of Erfoud and Rissani you will come to the village of Merzouga during the evening to spend the night in a Kasbah/hotel where dinner and breakfast are provided as well as delicious, hot, sweet, mint tea on your arrival. Very refreshing.
Day 4: A Camel Trek and a Night Camping in the Sahara
First, a sumptuous breakfast and then a chance to visit the village of Khamlia and interact with the Gnawa, the local people who are descended from slaves brought to Morocco from the Sudan. They have a unique lifestyle and they will play their delightful, traditional music for you. Later you'll get the chance to explore Rissani, the original home of the Alaouites who created a dynasty and are still the ruling royal family in Morocco to this day. Rissani is a walled town, or ksar, with numerous high towers and has a large open nomad market. Then you will be driven back to Merzouga, where your camel awaits! An experienced professional guide will take you on an unforgettable ninety minute camel trek through the shifting desert sands and ergs (dunes). After you arrive at your desert camp you will have the opportunity to watch a spectacular sunset over the glittering desert dunes. It's the wonder of camping in the desert tonight, where the stars are so numerous and so bright that you really feel that you could just reach out and touch them. Dinner and overnight in a berber camp.
Day 5: The Gorgeous Gorges of Todra - Ouarzazate
An early start, as you are awoken to experience the splendour of the sun rising over the sand dunes, then you will ride your camel gently back to a hotel for breakfast, during which ride, you cannot fail to notice the shifting and changing of the shadows cast by the dunes, lengthening and shrinking as the day progresses. After breakfast, the journey to Ouarzazate begins with a drive through the 300 metre deep canyon of the Todgha Gorges cut through the easternmost tip of theHigh Atlas Mountains where you can enjoy some hiking around the pretty village of Tinghir. The Tinghir and Todgha gorges are the highest and narrowest in Morocco and, some would say, the most beautiful. The next stop is "Rose City" the Berber town of Kelaat Mgouna, where every year, usually in mid-May (though the times may vary), at rose harvest time, there is a celebration of the Festival of Roses. This provides an opportunity for the local growers to meet up ans sell their wares, most notably rose water which will leave your clothes, body and bed linen smelling sweetly long after it is applied. After this you will travel on to the fertile oasis of Skoura, surrounded by huge groves of palm trees with stunning views of the mighty Atlas mountains. Finally, you'll finish your day with an evening arrival in Ouarzazate where you will enjoy your dinner and stay overnight in an hotel.
Day 6: Rose City - Kasbahs - Marvelous Marrakech
After a hearty breakfast explore the film sets and studios of Ouarzazate, "Africa's Hollywood" whose astonishing scenery and topography have lured some of the world's leading film-makers and directors to make use of the landscape. These are the most famous and largest film studios in all of the African continent. You may visit the studio museum where you can see props and other items of interest from films such as "Gladiator", "The Mummy" and "Indiana Jones" as well as parts of the popular TV series "Game of Thrones". Afterwards, you will visit Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, the biggest in Morocco. Take a stroll to explore the traditional Moroccan architecture that composes the kasbah, home to the Glaoui people, descendants of one of the last great Berber chieftains, Et Hami El Glaoui who ruled in the 18th century. This central region of the country is vibrant and exciting and surely one of the most romantic areas of Morocco, huddled between fertile, green river valleys with their extensive palmeries and burnished red mud-brick houses, roasting under the blazing Moroccan sun in dazzling colours beneath an azure sky. Then it's time to continue on your journey, through the astounding Tizi n'tichka Pass, over two and a half kilometres above sea-level, along twisting, turning mountain roads dotted with picturesque Berber villages until you reach Marrakech. The tour ends when you are safely deposited at your hotel or riad.
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2023.03.20 23:18 SPECPOL Best bars/ locations around WDW hotels and Disney Springs to work out of

Coming down in a few months, and I have to work for a few days of the trip. Laptop, phonecalls, emails, some Teams meetings. I am used to working out of bars/cafes here at home so I don't mind restaurant noise. But I also don't want to be the jerk at a place that takes up a table for too long. I know the resorts have business centers (i will be staying at Yacht Club), but I specifically want to avoid those. Any places that make more sense to spend 2-3 hours at a time in? I'd love to snag an out of the way table at Raglan Road and camp out all day and drink while working, but I assume most places have a table time limit regardless of how much you are spending. Thoughts?
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2023.03.20 23:17 Brave_Passage_402 DoorDash Tip

Is it possible to only tip cash? I tried to tip zero on the app and give a twenty in cash but there was no 0 in tip or cash button. Do DoorDash drivers care if they get tipped through the app or cash? I use to work at a restaurant and I always loved when they tipped me in cash.
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2023.03.20 23:16 ChestRockwell415 [US-OR] [H] Ms. Marvel OHC 1-5 set, Star Wars Rebellion Epic Collection 1-4 [W] Paypal G&S
From a smoke and pet free home. All prices inclusive of USPS Media Mail shipping and Paypal fees. All books ship within 48 hours of payment with careful packaging using leftover IST materials. Items crossposted.
Ms. Marvel Set - $125 - Book 1 has 2 minor corner dings as shown in picture and Vol. 2 has a remainder mark also pictured.
Star Wars Rebellion- $110 - In NM condition. Read carefully once and has been shelved ever since.
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2023.03.20 23:14 MaxD49 42[M4F] #Paris, France. What would it take to convince you to take a risk on unprotected sex with me?

Sex without condoms just feels better, right? And more than that, sex without condoms when we know it's a risky time of the month. Sex without any barriers between us. The feel of my hard cock in your hot, wet pussy. The feel of boring your lip as I ask you if it's safe to cum inside you and you say "no", as you wrap your legs around me.
When did you last have a creampie without any protection? Risk it all to amplify that moment of pleasure. What would it take for you to take that risk with me? Knowing how dangerous it is to let me cum inside of you. I'm not your boyfriend or your husband, but are you going to complain when I slide the condom off?
Maybe we've drunk a little too much wine at the expensive, candle lit restaurant. Maybe the hot sun and warm sand of an exotic holiday has relaxed our bodies and our inhibitions. Or maybe we've just met at a party, your boyfriend somewhere downstairs as our bodies move in time to the throbbing bass.
I'd do anything to feel that rush right now. Let's make it happen.
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2023.03.20 23:13 mikepm07 Travel Advice, 4 Nights in Western Norway (Early May)

Hi there. I am solo traveling from the U.S. to Norway before meeting some friends in Denmark. I've solo traveled a few times before around Ireland & Scotland and love hiking, the outdoors, trying new restaurants, etc.
I've already booked my train from Oslo to Bergen, and I plan to spend two nights in Bergen, but then I have two days/nights available before I need to catch a flight out of Bergen.
I am looking at the Norway in Nutshell tours, and considering the Sogneford in a Nutshell trip, and considering taking a boat to Flam, spending a night in Flam, then a train to Vos and spending a night in Vos and returning to Bergen by train.
I would appreciate anyone's suggestions on if this is a good way to spend my time or if I am better suited considering other destinations.
Thanks very much!
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It is a massive scam. I am in it right now. I applied to a fully remote program and now they suddenly changed it to hybrid and expect me to travel to campus (2-3 hours each way) to take exams. The school also NEVER answers the phone. The classes are too rushed because it is an accelerated program and I feel like I am learning nothing. Do NOT apply to that program.
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2023.03.20 23:13 throwawaytinderhey Spring Sushi Upper James

How the mighty have fallen!
Spring used to be my go to sushi place for so long. $18 AYCE lunches, food and quality was always really good, service was always top notch.

I went here for a date the other day and holy lawd this place has declined so much.
The food was AWFUL. General Tao tasted like freezer burn, Maki rolls tasted like all the ingredients were mixed with something else and dipped in green tea, our food didn't come twice and we had to remind the server twice because some other table kept taking the food from our robot and our server just didn't give a shit. Our server was sooo unattentive and bad. It was the first time I've ever not tipped at any restaurant and usually I'm always around a 20%. And after all that, that shit came to $72!

This used to cost me $40 for two people. Which I know I can't really blame it on them because of inflation..but if you're charging me that much you better make this shit worthwhile.

1/10 only because the robots were kinda cute.
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2023.03.20 23:11 Robby_luigi Anyone need an empty Tide Container??

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2023.03.20 23:11 TheYankee17762 Wtf is the lore?

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2023.03.20 23:11 Maleficent-Juice-848 If you read in bed you will ruin your eyes

It was a restaurant with Italian cuisine
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2023.03.20 23:10 ThorTheTroll Might be in over my head? Please help!

So, just a quick background: I normally work as a shipscook which means three hot meals a day for between 9 and 17 people. No plating, no tickets, just put the food out and let people put whatever they want on their plate.

I've recently gotten into business for myself and hire myself out to make food for groups (think students on a class trip etc.) so it's usually the same as my job on a ship.

Yesterday I got asked to make dinner and dessert with individual plates for a group of 6 people which is easily managed since I know what I serve, every plate is the same and the food needs to be ready at the same time. Pretty similar to what I already do.
The company that hired me was very satisfied with my work and now wants me to work a weekend in a small restaurant they own that is rigged with two induction hotplates, an electric griddle and three deepfryers and asked me to make a small menu with what I got.
The menu I've come up with is with three different burgers and a fish and chips with mushy peas and a salad. They loved the idea.
And here comes my question: how the HECK do you work in a restaurant / grill alone in the kitchen, dealing with tickets and keeping track of fry times etc when working with several dishes at once? What traps may I fall into, what do I not do / what do I do? How do I make sure everything comes out consistently and on time? Do I do several tickets at once or do I do them one at a time?
Bear in mind, I have no formal education, I'm just passionate about making good food and so far I've done pretty well for myself.
Thanks in advance,
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2023.03.20 23:10 icejjfish2019 Fastest Route from Cincinnati to Yellowstone South Entrance!

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2023.03.20 23:08 this_is_sy What's the best way to "catch up" saving for retirement?

My partner and I (I'm 41, he's 47) spent our 20s and into our 30s -- and into his 40s -- as freelancers and working paycheck to paycheck. We now finally make a living wage between the two of us. While I don't think we'll ever catch up to people who had ample funds to sock away in their early 20s, we would also like to be financially responsible and maybe not starve in our 80s.
Relevant facts:
- We live in a HCOL city and aren't going to change that. We bought a condo last year and have a mortgage with a low rate we're unlikely to be able to refinance anytime soon. Our all-in monthly housing cost is $3000.
- We have a 5-year-old who goes to public school. We are pretty frugal where kid stuff is concerned, though it is a HCOL city so stuff like activities, birthday parties, summer camp, etc. can add up. But we try to keep it reasonable. We are not sure of our kid's college prospects at this point.
- I make $120K gross in a corporate job. We have a 401K program with a 4% match. I contribute 4%, which I've been doing for the past 5 years (across some raises and changes to how much my company matches). This is pretty close to the max I can imagine making across my career, with the exception of COL/inflation raises.
- Partner makes $50K gross working for a nonprofit. His work has some kind of pension plan (CalPERS) I don't entirely understand, in lieu of a 401K. I'm not sure what amount he's contributing to that plan, and he's only been in this job for 6 months so hasn't saved much yet in any event. Partner also has a freelance side gig that pays about $1000/month but is piecework related and isn't a reliable $12K a year; it's also 1099 income that doesn't have payroll taxes deducted.
- We do not have any debt beyond a new car loan for $25K. We cannot and do not want to sell our brand new car we just bought 2 months ago. That purchase was the last major purchase we are anticipating making for a couple of years at least.
- Our savings have been depleted over the last year or so between condo and car purchases (moving costs, down payment on a car, etc).
- Our monthly bills are about $750/month including utilities, cell phones, and some more fun things like streaming services, YMCA membership, etc. We spend about $1500/month on food, both groceries and restaurants. We could probably economize in this area.
- We are not doing super great at watching our spending for other things and definitely have some lifestyle bloat (I like nice clothes and travel; partner is into geek culture and frequently buys stuff like Disney pins, bits of kit for his computer setup, etc; kid is at the age where he suddenly knows what Nikes are). That said we very much live within our means.
So my question is twofold. 1: What's the smartest way to use the excess money we have (whether it's just what's left after we continue our lifestyle as it currently is, or whether we economize a bit) to catch up on our retirement savings? 2: How do we find a balance between enjoying the life we have now and being frugal? Now that we can suddenly afford things after decades of freelancing, it can be hard to have a sense of what is reasonable and what is wasteful.
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2023.03.20 23:08 Unable_House_4480 It was a restaurant with Italian cuisine

We won today
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2023.03.20 23:06 ATrexWithRhythm Best Billboard No.1 Hits Round 6 of 25

a-ha - Take on Me will be gone before reaching the top 20.


  • ABBA - Dancing Queen
  • The Beach Boys - Good Vibrations
  • The Beatles - Hey Jude
  • The Beatles - Something
  • The Beatles - Yesterday
  • Fleetwood Mac - Dreams
  • Aretha Franklin - Respect
  • George Harrison - My Sweet Lord/Isn't It A Pity
  • Lauryn Hill - Doo Wop (That Thing)
  • Michael Jackson - Billie Jean
  • The Jackson Five - I Want You Back
  • Outkast - Hey Ya!
  • Outkast - Ms. Jackson
  • Prince - When Doves Cry
  • Otis Redding - (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay
  • The Rolling Stones - Paint It Black
  • Tears for Fears - Everybody Wants To Rule The World
  • Stevie Wonder - Sir Duke
  • Stevie Wonder - Superstition



Rank Song Votes Against Percentage Runner-Up
21st a-ha - Take on Me 22 / 102 21.6% 18 / 102 (17.6%)
22nd Blondie - Heart of Glass 16 / 96 16.7% 14 / 96 (14.6%)
23rd Dexys Midnight Runners - Come on Eileen 16 / 100 16% 13 / 100 (13%)
24th Gotye - Somebody That I Used To Know 28 / 120 23.3% 16 / 120 (13.3%)
25th Coldplay - Viva La Vida 19 / 90 21.1% 13 / 90 (14.4%)
Honorable Mentions: * The Weeknd - Blinding Lights (22 Votes) * Simon & Garfunkel - The Sound of Silence (21 Votes) * The Animals - The House of the Rising Sun (20 Votes)
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2023.03.20 23:06 folini How bad is the Google Tech Support for Pixel phone?

The worst tech support experience of my life? Google Tech Support. Here is my story:
  1. My Pixel 5a died a few days ago while under warranty. The screen suddenly went black, the phone not turning on anymore.
  2. I called Google Tech Support, and they told me that because I purchased the phone in the US, I could only get it fixed in a US repair shop (I'm currently in Europe).
  3. I managed to get the phone in the US to the authorized repair center in San Rafael, California, as requested by Google tech support
  4. I waited two days for them to check and test the phone. According to their professional assessment, the phone can not be repaired, it must be replaced. They told me to go back to Google tech support to get the phone replaced under warranty.
  5. Finally, today, I started chatting with Google tech support at 8:45 PM Italian time to arrange for the delivery of a replacement. They bounced me between 5 different tech support guys across the globe until 10:30 PM, asking me the same questions over and over. Ultimately, they told me I needed to return the phone to a different authorized repair shop in Palo Alto for further examination (??).
  6. I firmly refused. After a lengthy discussion, the tech support terminated the chat promising an answer within 24 hours.
  7. Let's see...
If you want to kill your business and destroy your reputation, this is precisely the tech support you want to offer your customers.
#google #googletechsupport #techsupport #pixel5a #android
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2023.03.20 23:03 Cerwen5 Strange New Worlds ep 1 review by somebody who REALLY struggled to accept the show but finally managed it. XD

Heya, so I really struggled to accept this show from the offset. I could sense so much wrong with it. I couldn't accept the language most of all, I think the dialogue and the delivery is really bad, but I came up with an idea; remove it.
I Watched with Italian dubbed audio and English subtitles. I have to say it made the world of difference. I feel like the delivery of the lines was so much better, it felt more concise and clear, not flippant or mumbling. It was still a bit tricky to follow some of the faster portions and characters sometimes talked over each other, but I felt much less stressed out by that and could pause it.
As for the content, I found some things questionable and some things outrageous. The captains quarters were certainly questionable. I could possibly excuse it if I think that Janeway's private dining room was large enough to become the crew mess, but The lavish decor on top of that seems out of place. I can let that go though. What I can't really let go though, is the flagrant disregard for general order 1 and the lack of consequences. Perhaps this will be addressed in future episodes, but there is no way a simple little speech can wipe away the stage of this conflict. The reason for the prime directive has been made very clear throughout star trek before now and although it's not star trek,the Orville had a fantastic episode concerning cultural contamination. It all seemed very trite showing that lovely montage of their society all of a sudden becoming 'enlightened' just because Pike gave a little speech. It kind of makes a mockery of the themes of Trek.
I have to hand it to them on the look and feel of the show though. The shuttles and ships look absolutely gorgeous, and when Pike was talking to the girl on the space station, the lighting and the setting were absolutely magical.
I do wonder, will I be able to keep my cool through more episodes of this? Fixing the dialogue delivery by changing the language, that really is a fantastic solution for me and maybe I can get through it without getting mad?
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2023.03.20 23:01 Visible-Poet-1110 Young Professional moving to Dallas in May

Hey all! I am a 22 year old male graduating college (Georgia Tech) in May and I will moving to Dallas, TX to work for a software company. Was looking for advice on the best place to live... the office is not in downtown and is northwest of downtown, closer to Coppell/DFW airport. Have heard good things about Uptown for young professionals. Also, the Irving/Las Colinas area has been mentioned to me as well as a good and centralized place but less for young professionals.
Will have a car but looking to have a good mix of being close to other young people, access to nightlife or cool bars and restaurants, and not a crazy long commute to and from work.
Let me know what you think the best areas to live are! Thanks!
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2023.03.20 23:00 Medium_Werewolf8970 Italian Food

I’m graduating from college here in a few weeks and I want to go out to dinner with my family for my Graduation. I want to hear what is your go to for good Italian food! I have yet to find a good place in Tampa Bay that serves up decent Italian food like I can get back up home in NJ. I appreciate any help!
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2023.03.20 22:59 Significant_Ad_9446 Entertainment Addiction

This is not a trip report but rather a documentation of my addiction to consuming things such as YouTube and Netflix. While this may not sound like that big of a deal, I feel as though it has seriously fucked up my ability to find things entertaining. I used to be so excited to come home from school and watch my favorite show or Youtuber, but now I'm just bored of watching everything and I feel like I have seen it all. This also goes for music too, I used to always want to listen to my favorite rappers and got excited when I found a new one I really liked, but now I just feel like I'm hearing the same shit over and over. I still do find a new song or artist I enjoy every once and a while, but I find that it is becoming rarer and rarer and when I do find a new song, I get bored of it fairly quickly and don't return to it as much as I have with songs I liked in the past. My addiction really started back when I was in my later years of elementary school and since I had an iMac in my room, I could basically use it whenever I wanted. My parents never put any restrictions on how much screen time I had as a kid, so I was able to run wild with it and binge-watch as much shit as I could as long as my grades were good which they normally were. I got an iPhone 5s for Christmas when I was 13 and that's when it really got severe because now I had unlimited access to all forms of entertainment whenever I wanted. I had a relatively good group of friends in middle and high school, but I definitely could have made a lot more friends if I didn't spend so much time in class listening to music or playing some dumb game. There were times when I noticed I felt a little bit sad or that I wasn't really interested in watching or listening to anything, but I just ignored it and it would typically go away fairly quickly. In my senior year of high school when covid hit at first, I was fine with doing online school and watching YouTube all day. I had a job as a busser and dishwasher at an Italian restaurant but it was only part-time so I still had way too much time to myself with no schedule in place. There were so many days when I just felt bored and like my life wasn't going anywhere. I always thought it was because I was lonely and wasn't seeing my friends as much although now I realize that was a symptom of the larger issue. I eventually moved to the dorms on my college campus and was happier for a bit since I had a newfound sense of independence, but that wore off and with me still carrying over my same habits it was only a matter of time before I felt like shit again. It's been a year and two months since I first moved out and I am trying to work out and go on walks to hopefully reset my brain so that I will be able to enjoy things more.
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2023.03.20 22:59 CuriousRedhead37 Soul food?

Best kept secret for a soul food restaurant in town? Like a mom and pop type of place. Thanks! :)
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