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Beatport Top 100 Downloads June 2023

2023.06.02 00:06 newmusicrls Beatport Top 100 Downloads June 2023

  1. Crazibiza – Fresh (House of Prayers Poolside Edit) 04:44 123bpm Bb
  2. Murphy’s Law (UK) – Ain’t No Other Man (Rework – Extended Mix) 05:27 128bpm Gbm
  3. Mau P – Your Mind Is Dirty (Extended Mix) 05:17 128bpm Ab
  4. ESSEL – Sweat (Extended Mix) 05:04 127bpm Ebm
  5. Chris Stussy – All Night Long (Original Mix) 07:06 133bpm Fm
  6. Samantha Loveridge, Treetalk – Losing My Religion (Extended Mix) 07:21 122bpm Dm
  7. Vintage Culture – Rock The Casbah (Extended Mix) 04:04 128bpm Am
  8. Dimension – DJ Turn It Up (Original Mix) 02:57 87bpm F
  9. Aluna, Chris Lake – Beggin’ (Extended Mix) 05:28 126bpm Eb
  10. Heerhorst, Teenage Mutants, PETER PAHN – Dark Clouds (feat. Heerhorst, Peter Pahn) (Original Mix) 05:55 135bpm G
  11. Four Tet, Skrillex, Fred again.. – Baby again.. (Original Mix) 05:20 127bpm G
  12. Sllash & Doppe – Bamboleo (Original Mix) 06:31 124bpm Dbm
  13. James Hype – Lose Control (Original Mix) 05:09 128bpm E
  14. Kyle Watson, Sage The Gemini, Iamsu! – Gas Pedal (Kyle Watson Extended Remix) 04:20 127bpm Gb
  15. Larse – A Part Of (Riva Starr Extended Saturn Mix) 05:47 126bpm Dm
  16. Meduza – Friends (Extended Mix) 06:24 125bpm Abm
  17. JD Davis, DJs From Mars, Oliver Heldens – Blue Monday (feat. JD Davis) (Extended Mix) 05:36 126bpm Dm
  18. Kevin McKay – Tom’s Diner (Extended Mix) 04:46 124bpm Fm
  19. Biscits – Don’t Stop (Original Mix) 05:04 127bpm Dbm
  20. Eli Brown – Be The One (Extended Mix) 05:19 136bpm Bb
  21. Nic Fanciulli, Butch – I Want You (Extended Mix) 08:30 125bpm Dbm
  22. MK, Dom Dolla – Rhyme Dust (Dimension Extended Remix) 03:46 87bpm G
  23. MK, Dom Dolla – Rhyme Dust (Extended) 05:30 128bpm G
  24. The Shapeshifters – Lola’s Theme (VIP) 07:18 125bpm Gm
  25. Westend, Noizu, No/Me – Push To Start (feat. No/Me) (Original Mix) 05:31 128bpm Ebm
  26. MD X-Spress – God Made Me Phunky (Jess Bays Extended Remix) 07:23 128bpm Abm
  27. Jamie Jones – Lose My Mind (Extended Mix) 07:00 124bpm Eb
  28. Dominator, Logan D – Cowboy (Primate Remix) 04:34 88bpm D
  29. David Guetta, La Bouche, Hypaton – Be My Lover (2023 Mix – Extended Mix) 03:59 126bpm Cm
  30. Joshwa – Magalenha (Extended Mix) 06:30 128bpm Am
  31. Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding – Miracle (Mau P Remix) 06:01 128bpm Cm
  32. Kevin McKay – Get Busy (Extended Mix) 05:12 126bpm Fm
  33. John Summit, Hayla – Where You Are (Extended Mix) 05:10 126bpm Am
  34. Jansons – Messan (Original Mix) 06:00 128bpm A
  35. Superchumbo, Ben Sterling – All Over My Body (feat. Superchumbo) (Original Mix) 06:36 126bpm E
  36. ANOTR, Abel Balder – Relax My Eyes (Original Mix) 06:36 132bpm Bbm
  37. Kolter – Bust a Beat (Original Mix) 06:46 128bpm Ebm
  38. GENESI (ITA) – Everything You Have Done (Meduza Edit Extended) 05:39 125bpm Gm
  39. Babes on the Run – Your Body (Original Mix) 04:41 126bpm E
  40. Delerium, Sarah McLachlan – Silence feat. Sarah McLachlan (Stereo Express Remix) 07:16 94bpm A
  41. Anyma (ofc) – Explore Your Future (Extended Version) 05:09 124bpm E
  42. Matroda – Throw Your Hands (Original Mix) 04:34 126bpm Ebm
  43. Jansons – Nite Life (Original Mix) 05:00 128bpm A
  44. Paluma – Rapture (Kevin McKay Extended ViP) 06:07 126bpm Bbm
  45. Bob Sinclar – Vision Of Paradise (Riva Starr Extended Remix) 06:11 125bpm G
  46. Sub Focus, MC ID – Alarm (Original Mix) 03:07 131bpm F
  47. Claptone – Euphoria (Extended Mix) 05:24 125bpm Am
  48. Maz (BR), Antdot, Sued Nunes – Povoada (Remix) 05:48 124bpm Bbm
  49. Carl Cox, Reinier Zonneveld, Christopher Coe – Inferno (Space 92 Remix) 05:58 134bpm Ab
  50. Westend – Maracuya (Extended Mix) 05:37 126bpm D
  51. Bart Skils, Weska – Something More (Original Mix) 06:36 131bpm F
  52. CID, Sage Armstrong – The Function (Extended Mix) 05:32 127bpm Gm
  53. Audio Bullys, Michael Bibi, KinAhau – Different Side (Original Mix) 05:32 128bpm C
  54. Cassian, ICEHOUSE – Great Southern Land (Original Mix) 06:07 124bpm Dbm
  55. Angelo Ferreri – Ask Yourself (Can You Dance) (Extended Mix) 05:57 124bpm Eb
  56. Princess Superstar, Hamdi – Counting (Original Mix) 03:52 105bpm Fm
  57. Future, Swedish House Mafia, Fred again.. – Turn On The Lights again.. (feat. Future) [Anyma Remix] (Extended) 05:01 126bpm Gbm
  58. Meduza, Poppy Baskcomb – Upside Down (feat. Poppy Baskcomb) (Extended Mix) 06:24 128bpm Bb
  59. Jimi Jules – My City’s On Fire (Anyma & Cassian Extended Remix) (Original Mix) 05:12 126bpm B
  60. Chris Avantgarde, Anyma (ofc) – Eternity (Extended Mix) 05:20 125bpm Cm
  61. Depeche Mode – Ghosts Again (Massano Remix) 06:42 124bpm Gbm
  62. Bart Skils – Roll the Dice (Original Mix) 06:08 132bpm F
  63. Bob Sinclar – World Hold On feat. Steve Edwards (Fisher Rework, Extended Mix) 05:33 127bpm Abm
  64. Break – Headshot (Original Mix) 04:16 87bpm F
  65. Delerium, Sarah McLachlan – Silence feat. Sarah McLachlan (Kryder Extended Remix) 06:32 125bpm Am
  66. Victor Ruiz – Touch The Darkness (Original Mix) 07:33 135bpm G
  67. Nico de Andrea, Vanetty – Ethnica (Extended Mix) 07:03 123bpm Dbm
  68. Eelke Kleijn, Lee Cabrera – Self Control (Extended Mix) 04:01 122bpm Gbm
  69. Yotto, Something Good, Sansa – Before Dawn feat. Sansa (Extended Mix) 06:42 124bpm Dm
  70. Max Dean – Can’t Slow Down (Original Mix) 06:31 128bpm Dm
  71. Jay de Lys – Tired Of Loving (Original Mix) 06:33 128bpm Gbm
  72. Creeds – Push Up (Original Mix) 04:00 160bpm G
  73. Nari, Steve Tosi – Stayin’ Da Club (Original Mix) 04:39 121bpm Fm
  74. Chris Stussy – Rose Bay (Original Mix) 07:27 131bpm Gb
  75. Nari, Tom Silver, Dead As Disko, Steve Tosi – About You Now (Original Mix) 04:51 123bpm Gbm
  76. Tiesto, Mathame – Feel Your Ghost (Extended Mix) 03:53 133bpm Dbm
  77. Mau P – Gimme That Bounce (Original Mix) 05:21 126bpm Eb
  78. Sub Focus, Metrik – Trip (Original Mix) 04:31 87bpm F
  79. Vintage Culture, Meca, Bhaskar, The Vic – Tina (Extended) 05:34 128bpm F
  80. Junior Jack, Juliet Sikora, Flo MRZDK – Thrill Me (Extended Mix) 06:02 128bpm Gm
  81. The Blessed Madonna, Fred again.. – Marea (we’ve lost dancing) (Original Mix) 04:45 123bpm Fm
  82. Charlotte de Witte – Overdrive (Original Mix) 06:48 138bpm F
  83. Underworld – Two Months Off (Tim Green Remix) 11:07 121bpm Fm
  84. Monolink, Stephan Jolk – The Silence (Original Mix) 06:58 124bpm Am
  85. Gaskin – A Fresh Energy (Original Mix) 08:00 130bpm Em
  86. Eelke Kleijn, Lee Cabrera – Self Control (Eelke Kleijn 12AU Cosmic Aeroplane Mix) 09:48 122bpm Gbm
  87. Block & Crown, Lissat – Gimme A Bloody Mary (Original Mix) 05:24 125bpm Dbm
  88. Loco Dice, VLTRA (IT), Francis De Simone – Flowcito (Original Mix) 06:30 129bpm Bm
  89. Adriatique, Eynka – Beyond Us (Hatshepsut Extended Version) 05:23 126bpm Fm
  90. Coco, Joezi, Pape Diouf – 7 Seconds (Original Mix) 07:07 124bpm Gb
  91. Bootie Brown, Tame Impala, Gorillaz – New Gold (feat. Tame Impala and Bootie Brown) (Dom Dolla Remix Extended) 06:03 127bpm Em
  92. Burt Cope – Higher Level (DJ Mix Edit) 03:57 87bpm Gm
  93. Enrico Sangiuliano – Physical Change (Original Mix) 09:58 134bpm Ab
  94. Solar State, Dualities – Crazy In Love (feat. Gia Koka) (Extended Mix) 03:31 127bpm Dm
  95. Andrew Meller – Born Slippy (Luca Morris Extended Remix) 06:40 130bpm Gb
  96. Kevin McKay, Pupa Nas T, Denise Belfon – Work (Extended Mix) 05:48 128bpm Ebm
  97. Block & Crown – Mr Vain Feat. Daisy (Original Mix) 05:19 128bpm Am
  98. Lee Foss, Cheryl Lynn, Wuki – To Be Real (Extended Mix) 04:35 130bpm Dm
  99. Camille Doe – Alright (Extended Mix) 06:33 128bpm D
  100. Raxon – The Cage Of Love (Extended Mix) 06:18 128bpm C
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2023.06.01 22:46 Pool3Party Hit a cool Max Christie error auto. Not sure how I would feel if it was a cracked ice or gold, but since it's just a base it's kinda cool.

Hit a cool Max Christie error auto. Not sure how I would feel if it was a cracked ice or gold, but since it's just a base it's kinda cool. submitted by Pool3Party to basketballcards [link] [comments]

2023.06.01 20:11 TrashtvSunday Made this pizza for lunch in an effort to use a lot of asparagus.

Made this pizza for lunch in an effort to use a lot of asparagus.
I have a bumper crop of asparagus currently, hence asparagus pizza for lunch. This is sourdough pizza dough, a sauce I whipped up of milk, parm, garlic, butter, olive oil, and chardonnay, butter sauteed lion's mane mushrooms (had a lot of those too), cherry tomatoes, gruyere cheese, and fresh herbs from the garden (parsley, thyme, and chives).
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2023.06.01 19:19 weluvmusic Beatport Top 100 Downloads June 2023

Artist: VA Title: Beatport Top 100 Downloads June 2023 Genre: House, Deep House, Tech House, Techno (Peak Time / Driving), Melodic House & Techno, Minimal / Deep Tech, Nu Disco / Disco, Funky / Groove / Jackin’ House, Dance / Electro Pop, Bass House, Progressive House, Drum & Bass Release Date: 2023-06-01 Quality: 320 kbps
Tracklist: 1. Crazibiza – Fresh (House of Prayers Poolside Edit) (4:44) 2. Murphy’s Law (UK) – Ain’t No Other Man (Rework – Extended Mix) (5:26) 3. Mau P – Your Mind Is Dirty (Extended Mix) (5:17) 4. ESSEL – Sweat (Extended Mix) (5:04) 5. Samantha Loveridge, Treetalk – Losing My Religion (Extended Mix) (7:21) 6. Dimension – DJ Turn It Up (Original Mix) (2:57) 7. Vintage Culture – Rock The Casbah (Extended Mix) (4:04) 8. Chris Stussy – All Night Long (Original Mix) (7:06) 9. Aluna, Chris Lake – Beggin’ (Extended Mix) (5:28) 10. Heerhorst, Teenage Mutants, PETER PAHN – Dark Clouds (feat. Heerhorst, Peter Pahn) (Original Mix) (5:55) 11. Fred again.., Skrillex, Four Tet – Baby again.. (Original Mix) (5:19) 12. James Hype – Lose Control (Original Mix) (5:09) 13. Sllash & Doppe – Bamboleo (Original Mix) (6:30) 14. Larse – A Part Of (Riva Starr Extended Saturn Mix) (5:47) 15. Meduza – Friends (Extended Mix) (6:24) 16. JD Davis, DJs From Mars, Oliver Heldens – Blue Monday (feat. JD Davis) (Extended Mix) (5:36) 17. Kevin McKay – Tom’s Diner (Extended Mix) (4:46) 18. Kyle Watson, Sage The Gemini, Iamsu! – Gas Pedal (Kyle Watson Extended Remix) (4:20) 19. Biscits – Don’t Stop (Original Mix) (5:04) 20. Eli Brown – Be The One (Extended Mix) (5:19) 21. Butch, Nic Fanciulli – I Want You (Extended Mix) (8:30) 22. The Shapeshifters – Lola’s Theme (VIP) (7:18) 23. MK, Dom Dolla – Rhyme Dust (Dimension Extended Remix) (3:46) 24. MK, Dom Dolla – Rhyme Dust (Extended) (5:30) 25. Westend, Noizu, No/Me – Push To Start (feat. No/Me) (Original Mix) (5:31) 26. MD X-Spress – God Made Me Phunky (Jess Bays Extended Remix) (7:23) 27. Hypaton, David Guetta, La Bouche – Be My Lover (feat. La Bouche) (2023 Mix – Extended Mix) (3:58) 28. Jamie Jones – Lose My Mind (Extended Mix) (7:00) 29. Joshwa – Magalenha (Extended Mix) (6:30) 30. Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding – Miracle (Mau P Remix) (6:01) 31. Kevin McKay – Get Busy (Extended Mix) (5:12) 32. John Summit, Hayla – Where You Are (Extended Mix) (5:10) 33. ANOTR, Abel Balder – Relax My Eyes (Original Mix) (6:36) 34. Ben Sterling, Superchumbo – All Over My Body (Original Mix) (6:36) 35. GENESI (ITA) – Everything You Have Done (Meduza Edit Extended) (5:39) 36. Delerium, Sarah McLachlan – Silence feat. Sarah McLachlan (Stereo Express Remix) (7:16) 37. Kolter – Bust a Beat (Original Mix) (6:46) 38. Jansons – Messan (Original Mix) (6:00) 39. Anyma (ofc) – Explore Your Future (Extended Version) (5:09) 40. Dominator, Logan D – Cowboy (Primate Remix) (4:34) 41. Babes on the Run – Your Body (Original Mix) (4:41) 42. Matroda – Throw Your Hands (Original Mix) (4:34) 43. Reinier Zonneveld, Carl Cox, Christopher Coe – Inferno (Space 92 Remix) (5:58) 44. Sub Focus, MC ID – Alarm (Original Mix) (3:07) 45. Paluma – Rapture (Kevin McKay Extended ViP) (6:07) 46. Claptone – Euphoria (Extended Mix) (5:24) 47. Bart Skils, Weska – Something More (Original Mix) (6:36) 48. Cassian, ICEHOUSE – Great Southern Land (Original Mix) (6:07) 49. Maz (BR), Antdot, Sued Nunes – Povoada (Remix) (5:48) 50. Bart Skils – Roll the Dice (Original Mix) (6:08) 51. Audio Bullys, Michael Bibi, KinAhau – Different Side (Original Mix) (5:32) 52. Jansons – Nite Life(Original Mix) (5:00) 53. Angelo Ferreri – Ask Yourself (Can You Dance) (Extended Mix) (5:57) 54. CID, Sage Armstrong – The Function (Extended Mix) (5:32) 55. Future, Swedish House Mafia, Fred again.. – Turn On The Lights again.. (feat. Future) [Anyma Remix] (Extended) (5:01) 56. Meduza, Poppy Baskcomb – Upside Down (feat. Poppy Baskcomb) (Extended Mix) (6:24) 57. Jimi Jules – My City’s On Fire (Anyma & Cassian Extended Remix) (Original Mix) (5:12) 58. Victor Ruiz – Touch The Darkness (Original Mix) (7:33) 59. Chris Avantgarde, Anyma (ofc) – Eternity (Extended Mix) (5:20) 60. Bob Sinclar – Vision Of Paradise (Riva Starr Extended Remix) (6:11) 61. Bob Sinclar – World Hold On feat. Steve Edwards (Fisher Rework, Extended Mix) (5:33) 62. Delerium, Sarah McLachlan – Silence (Kryder Extended Remix) (6:31) 63. Break – Headshot (Original Mix) (4:16) 64. Depeche Mode – Ghosts Again (Massano Remix) (6:42) 65. Eelke Kleijn, Lee Cabrera – Self Control (Extended Mix) (4:01) 66. Sub Focus, Metrik – Trip (Original Mix) (4:31) 67. Creeds – Push Up (Original Mix) (4:00) 68. Yotto, Something Good, Sansa – Before Dawn feat. Sansa (Extended Mix) (6:42) 69. Nico de Andrea, Vanetty – Ethnica (Extended Mix) (7:02) 70. Hamdi, Princess Superstar – Counting (Original Mix) (3:52) 71. Westend – Maracuya (Extended Mix) (5:37) 72. Jay de Lys – Tired Of Loving (Extended) (6:33) 73. Charlotte De Witte – Overdrive (Original Mix) (6:48) 74. Mau P – Gimme That Bounce (Original Mix) (5:21) 75. Vintage Culture, Meca, Bhaskar, The Vic – Tina (Extended) (5:34) 76. Monolink, Stephan Jolk – The Silence (Extended) (6:57) 77. Eelke Kleijn, Lee Cabrera – Self Control (Eelke Kleijn 12AU Cosmic Aeroplane Mix) (9:48) 78. Junior Jack, Juliet Sikora, Flo Mrzdk – Thrill Me (Extended Mix) (6:02) 79. Nari, Steve Tosi, Tom Silver, Dead As Disko – About You Now (Original Mix) (4:51) 80. Fred again.., The Blessed Madonna – Marea (we’ve lost dancing) (4:45) 81. Nari, Steve Tosi – Stayin’ da Club (Original Mix) (4:39) 82. Tiesto, Mathame – Feel Your Ghost (Extended Mix) (3:53) 83. Max Dean – Can’t Slow Down (Original Mix) (6:31) 84. Underworld – Two Months Off (Tim Green Remix) (11:07) 85. Block & Crown, Lissat – Gimme A Bloody Mary (Original Mix) (5:24) 86. Enrico Sangiuliano – Physical Change (Original Mix) (9:58) 87. Bootie Brown, Tame Impala, Gorillaz – New Gold (feat. Tame Impala and Bootie Brown) (Dom Dolla Remix Extended) (6:03) 88. Adriatique, Eynka – Beyond Us (Hatshepsut Extended Version) (5:23) 89. Chris Stussy – Rose Bay (Original Mix) (7:27) 90. VLTRA (IT), Loco Dice, Francis De Simone – Flowcito (Original Mix) (6:30) 91. Gaskin – A Fresh Energy (Original Mix) (8:00) 92. Andrew Meller – Born Slippy (Luca Morris Extended Remix) (6:40) 93. Dualities, Solar State, Gia Koka – Crazy In Love – Extended Mix (3:31) 94. Burt Cope – Higher Level (Original Mix) (3:57) 95. Luciana, Hardwell, Maddix – ACID feat. Luciana (Extended Mix) (4:26) 96. Manda Moor – Picante (Original Mix) (5:44) 97. Raxon – The Cage Of Love (Extended Mix) (6:18) 98. Mochakk, Fernanda Ouro – NO8DO (Plaza Edit) (5:54) 99. Block & Crown, Daisy – Mr Vain (Original Mix) (5:19) 100. Camille Doe – Alright (Extended Mix) (6:33)

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2023.06.01 18:43 pinguinconscious Former pro player Jean-René Lisnard talks about his experience on the tour: "Coria, Gaudio... They were assholes, bad guys".

The owner of the Elite Tennis Center in Cannes (where Daniil Medvedev went) hasn't made only friends during his career, but also some very fond memories.
The strongest player you've ever faced?
My biggest impression is Nadal. I've played Federer, Djokovic, Agassi... The best is Nadal. Every point is hell. He has a monstrous shot quality. If you're up 40-0 against anyone, you think the game's almost won. Not against Nadal. He never gives up and you can feel it. When he takes control with his forehand, it's only a matter of time before you lose the point. He eats you up.
When I play Roland with juniors, I show them Nadal in training. He plays two against one. And he puts maximum intensity on every shot. I tell the kids, "Look, he's got 500 million in his account, over 20 Grand Slams (22), but he's still on the ball on everything, all the time."
The craziest?
Roberto Carretero. A Spaniard who won a Masters 1000 in Hamburg one year (1996). Out of nowhere. Nice guy, but completely crazy, whimsical. He was impressive, with incredible thighs. The Hulk in white! But he was a bit of a yo-yo. I played him in Palermo, in the qualifiers. As soon as we warmed up, he had an incredible kick and was lobbing me at the limit. I said to myself: "I've got to put everything into the first two games. Because he had three times my tennis, but he could go crazy and swing. I think I won 6-0, 1-6, 6-0. In the set he won, he was doing retro bunted returns on my first balls. He had mad talent. But he disappeared as quickly as he appeared.
In Short - 43 years old (FRA-MCO), right-handed, one-handed backhand, 1.73 m.
The funniest?
Michaël Llodra. He'll dare anything. His classic was throwing buckets of water at people. He'll throw food at you on the spur of the moment. He'll leave your snowshoe bag in a bush at a freeway service area and tell you 20 kilometers down the road. He did that to Marc Gicquel. We were driving back to Paris after a match in Rennes. When he finally said it, we took the next exit, turned around and the bag was in the bush... It could have gone far with him.
He could have lost you a match at the Australian Open in 2005 with his "Allez Goran! No ?
(smiles) We used to play team matches together in the winter. I'm not very tall, so to make fun of me, he used to call me "Goran Ivanisevic". We were on the same team, but his aim was to get me to make double faults. Then came the Australian Open. He had just lost his first round match (against Sébastien Grosjean). I was going to serve for the match. Then, as I came into the stands, he said to me: "Go Goran! Result: first point of the game, double fault. Damn! Pierre Gautier, my coach at the time, told him to piss off. Fortunately, I won the game and the match (victory 5-7, 5-7, 6-1, 6-4, 7-5 against Oliver Marach).
But yes, Mika has no limits. He was always pissing off the guy in front of him on the plane by slapping him. Every flight, every tournament. Every double in Futures, there was a fight. He'd light guys on fire three feet from the net. He also made Benoît Paire pull the pin in Miami (in 2013). Aside from that, he's a very generous guy. On a whim, he can invite you to the most beautiful restaurant in Miami and spend 3,000 euros. He's all there.
The meanest?
(Guillermo) Coria, (Gaston) Gaudio (finalist and winner respectively at Roland-Garros 2004), all those guys. Assholes, bad guys who looked down on us. I played Gaudio in Amsterdam (2003), and he looked down on me. So I beat him (6-0, 7-6). Yes, when you don't respect the guy... He arrived ten minutes late, he almost got scratched (disqualified), he carried his racquet bag like a handbag, he looked down on me. And he never said hello to me.
(Tomas) Berdych is the same, he never says hello. He's 80 times my career (Paris-Bercy winner 2005, Wimbledon finalist 2010), and yet I beat him in Monte-Carlo. There was also the Austrian (Daniel) Köllerer, who was completely mad. I think he was on drugs. He was imitating his opponents, taking the piss out of them... Everyone wanted to beat the shit out of him (he'll be suspended for life in 2011 for match-fixing).
The fairest?
Magnus Norman. US Open 2003, I beat him, saving a match point (6-2, 6-2, 6-7, 0-6, 7-6 in the first round) and cramping up. I couldn't play anymore, I don't know how I won the match. An hour later, he came to see me. At first, I thought he was going to yell at me, that he must think I'd been acting up: "My hat's off to you! Have you recovered? Good luck with the rest." Very classy.
Your most daring career choice?
Going to the Bollettieri Academy (in Florida) when I was 11. A guy who coached there, Sekou Bangoura, was on vacation in Cannes. He happened to drop by the club and saw me. And because I was so strong as a youngster, I stayed for three years. That's where I learned to fend for myself. I had seven dollars a day, I calculated, I did my own laundry... There were 400 kids. The only one who never went to evening duty to do his homework was me!
Tennis-wise, it wasn't very good, but there was a military rigor, a state of mind. In my group of eight, everyone was at least top 200 or even top 100: Iva Majoli (1st in 1996), Tommy Haas (2nd in 2002), Gabriel Trifu (148th in 2002), Max Mirnyi (18th in 2003), Anna Kournikova (8th in 2000)...
Worst moment?
My meningitis. I think it was in 2008. I was so close to dying. I spent a week in bed and was called twice by the SOS doctor. We flew to Finland for a Davis Cup match with Monaco. Incredible headache. On Thursday evening, I start vomiting. I tell the guys: "Get me to hospital quickly. The longest twenty minutes of my life, because then you feel like you're going.
When I got to the hospital, I was paralyzed on my whole left side. I was vomiting every three minutes. I could hear everything, but I couldn't speak or move. I have a vague idea of what a coma is, since I was in one for a few hours... After that, I was bedridden for two months, and when I went back to work, I had a crack in my hip that had never hurt before. I had to have an operation and was out of action for fifteen months. After that, you're 90 years old. After that, you appreciate everything. At Helsinki airport, I had an espresso: well, that was the best of my life!
And the best memory?
The 2011 US Open. I almost didn't go because I didn't have the level; I was barely winning at -15, -30. I was playing team matches on clay in Switzerland, I hadn't played a match on hard court all summer, and I was teaching on the side... But my coach at the time, Guillaume Couillard, had never been to New York, so I used my protected ranking (he'd had hip surgery in 2010) to get into the qualifiers.
And then, the father of a kid I'd trained invited me to sleep at his place. What I didn't know was that he was ultra-fortunate! I end up in Greenwich, with houses worth 20 million. In training, I go 6-2 every day. Guillaume and I have a row and don't speak for two days.
Then the qualifiers start. My hip hurts, I can feel it's the end. The first round was a struggle. After that, I play the best tennis of my career. I beat (Paul) Capdeville and (Paolo) Lorenzi. Then Olivier Rochus in the main draw, my only Grand Slam victory in three sets (7-6, 6-2, 6-4). After that, I couldn't do it any more, my leg was too sore (eliminated by Florian Mayer in three sets). I was pretty proud because I'd just come back from nowhere.
His life as a former pro player
Once he had put away his rackets, which he used at the end of his career (until 2013) almost exclusively to defend Monaco's Davis Cup colors, Jean-René Lisnard branched out into coaching and founded the Tennis Elite Center in Cannes, where Daniil Medvedev, among others, grew up. Today, the Center trains sisters Erika and Mirra Andreeva, Varvara Gracheva, Anna Blinkova, Hugo Grenier and Alexandre Müller, among others.
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2023.06.01 18:32 Longjumping-Tap-4687 SQL join question

Hi. Essentially I want to join two tables (simplified here) in basic SQLTable1 has two columns "ID" which is the primary key and "classificationID"
ID Classification ID
1 55
2 55
3 65
Table2 has a "ID" which is the primary key, and a bunch of other fields including "classification"I want to link these tables to show both table1 columns, plus the "classification" column from table2BUT I'm struggling as every "classification ID" may correspond to several "ID" fields so I want a table showing in this order:
ID. Classification. Classification ID. Classification
1 brown 66 yellow
2 green 66 yellow
3 blue 85 purple
I have been able to bring up the first three rows using this:
SELECT table1.ID, table1.classification_ID, table2.classificiation_ID
FROM table1
JOIN classification_ID ON table1.ID = table2.classification_ID
how can I bring up the classification row again next to the classification ID column?hope that makes sense!thanks so much for any advice
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2023.06.01 17:43 Impressive_Pepper_45 Some of my prisoners and the new ones that came in wont go into the spare cells, what am I doing wrong or is it just a bug?

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2023.06.01 14:36 eunderscore As we're in the summer holidays, I decided to rank the players who had played at every squad number in my Villa supporting life.

This is simply, roughly, my preference of who I would want in the team based on those available at that number.
Many players had more than one number, so I put them in the one they appeared in most, or were most recognisable in (for instance, JG had 3 seasons as 40 or something and 3 as 7). Also, this is based on their time at the club, not their overall career.
And this is my vague opinion, don't get mad.
  1. James, Martinez, Friedel, Bosnich, Johnstone, Spink, Sorensen, Guzan, Schmeichel, Heaton, Gollini, Enckelman. Given, Nyland,
  2. Cash, Delaney, Charles, Watson, Cox, Barratt, Hutton, L. Young, Kubicki, Baker, De Laet, Ilori
  3. A. Wright, Staunton, Targett, Diego Carlos (?), Bouma, Warnock, N. Taylor, Samuel, Bennett, Small, Lichaj
  4. Southgate, Mellberg, Vlaar, Teale, Tuanzebe, Cox, Senderos, Sidwell, Richards, Samba, Drinkwater
  5. McGrath, Mings, Laursen, Ehiogu, Chester, Dunne, Alpay. Okore, Lansbury
  6. Barry, Downing, Luiz, Townsend, Richardson, Boateng, Whelan, Watson, Elphick, Collins, Clark, Tiler,
  7. A. Young, Taylor McGinn, Daley, Houghton, Parker, Cowans, Snodgrass, Bacuna, Ireland,
  8. Milner, Platt, Draper, Gueye, Fashanu, Lansbury, Pires, Jenas, McCann, El Ahmadi, Sanson, Cleverley, Tshibola, Carroll,
  9. Angel, Bent, Dublin, Saunders, Ings, Milosevic, Sinclair, Collymore, Harewood, Hogan, Wesley, Helenius,
  10. Grealish, Merson, Carew, Buendia, Atkinson, T. Johnson, Baros, Ayew, N'Zogbia
  11. Watkins, Solano, Agbonlahor, Daley, Froggatt, A. Thompson, Bolasie, Beinlich,
  12. Albrighton, Hitzelsperger, Joachim, S. Davis, Steer, J. Cole, Enckelman, Lamptey,
  13. Oakes, Cutler, S. Taylor, Postma, Myhill, Bradley
  14. Hourihane, Ginola, Carr, Luna, Allback, Delfounso, Djemba Djemba, Gestede, Holman, Fenton, Tarrant,
  15. Moreno, Konsa, Traore, Jedinak, Westwood, de la Cruz, King, C. Davies, Nelson, Boden,
  16. Delph, Crouch, Bree, Chambers, Knight, Grayson, Berson, Lescott,
  17. Trezeguet, Hendrie. P. Whittingham, Veretout, Augustinsson, Makoun, Salifou,
  18. Yorke, A. Young, Targett, Abraham, Stone, Carbone, A. Hughes, Heskey, Routledge, Farrelly, Curcic, Onomah, K. Richardson, C. Cole, Kozak, Sylla, Ferraresi,
  19. Petrov, Nakamba, Ridgewell, Green, R. Walker, Balaban, D. Hughes, Baston
  20. Benteke, Nilis, Bednarek, R. Keane, K. Phillips, Hadji, Scimeca, Reo-Coker, A.Traore, Bjarnason, Barkley, Ghrayib, Sutton, Samatta, Breikrutz, Drobny,
  21. Cahill, El Ghazi, Hutton, Clark, Shorey, Bowery, Byfield, Farrell
  22. Vassell, Kodjia, Carson, Guzan, Engels, Dhuran, Kachloul, Whittingham, L. Moore, G. Gardner, L. Collins
  23. Amavi, Coutinho, Bertrand, Jota, Beye, Berger, S. Moore, Cissokho, Boulding, Andre Moreira, N. davis
  24. Cuellar, Elphick, Guilbert, Bardlsey, Bakke, Carlos Sanchez, Tonev, s. Murray, Dawkins,
  25. Bannan, Gil, De BIlde, Bewers, Bartelt, A. Lee, Rachel, Olsen,
  26. Terry, Weimann, C. Gardner, M. Kinsella, L. Kinsella,
  27. Digne, Elmo, R. Johnsen, Stevens, Kozak, Osbourne, Tshibola, Standing
  28. Kalinic, Maloney, Leonhardsen, Hogg, Jacszun, S. Williams,
  29. Kesler-Hayden, Reina, J. Collins, Hepburn-Murphy, Holt, Ghent, O'Halloran
  30. Hause, R. Edwards, Abdo
  31. Bailey, Agathe, Bunn, Herd, S. Cooke,
  32. Dendoncker, Philogene, Doyle-Hayes, A. Lescott, Donacien
  33. Chukwuemeka, Sarkic, A. Marshall, Jose Crespo,
  34. Lowton, Calderwood, Suliman, Lowry
  35. Archer, D. Johsnon, Blackett-Taylor, M. CLark,
  36. K. walker, Vassilev, Bogarde, O'Hare, Burke, McKirdy, Sellars
  37. Adomah, C. Robinson, M. Bridge, D. Williams
  38. Sinisalo, Lyden, J. McGrath
  39. W. Henderson, K. Davis, Olejnik, Revan, Calder
  40. A. Ramsay, Carruthers, Cox
  41. J. Ramsay, B. Watkins
  42. Marschall, Borg, Mason
  43. Kamara, McCormack
  44. Grabban, Chrisene, Lowry, Tait
  45. Toner, Ca. Chukwuemeka, J. walker
  46. Iroegbunam, Rowe
  47. Zwych
  48. Lindley
  49. Swinkels, Sohna
  50. Onodi
  1. S. Revan
  2. T. O'Reilly
  3. Feeney
  4. L. Barry
62-63. -
  1. J. Wright
  2. T. Patterson
  3. Raikhy
  4. B. Young
  5. M. Sylla
70-71. -
  1. K. Young
  2. T. Rowe
  3. F. Ealing
  4. T. Jay-Hart
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2023.06.01 14:19 Character_Ease_1333 5 Stylish Couples' Outfits to Elevate Your Summer Vacation Vibe

If you're still in search of inspiration for your upcoming summer vacation, this article is here to guide you. Whether you're traveling with friends or your significant other, planning the perfect couple's vacation outfits can be a challenge. But fear not! We have curated a list of trendy summer outfits for both men and women that will not only keep you comfortable but also ensure you capture Instagram-worthy moments throughout your trip. So, pack your bags, get ready to explore, and let these stylish outfits make your vacation dreams come true.
Tips for Packing Efficiently:
Before we dive into the couple's vacation outfits, let's start with some tips to help you pack efficiently:
  1. Check the weather forecast and pack accordingly.
  2. Opt for versatile pieces that can be worn in multiple ways.
  3. Organize your accessories based on your outfits.
  4. Pack classic items like blue jeans or white sneakers that can easily be mixed and matched.
  5. Choose comfortable footwear such as slip-on shoes, flip-flops, sneakers, or sandals.
  6. Stick to outfits you've worn before and feel confident in.
  7. Keep light outerwear handy for unexpected temperature changes.
  8. Create a packing list to ensure you don't forget anything.
  9. Categorize your outfits based on different occasions.
  10. Don't forget to pack extra innerwear and swimsuits.
Now that you're ready to pack smartly, let's explore the couple's vacation outfits that will make your suitcase complete.
Denim All the Way:
  1. Denim is a versatile and essential choice for any vacation. For women, a pink sleeveless crop top from Ginger paired with lavender high-rise flared jeans creates a stylish summer ensemble. Men can opt for a comfy cotton t-shirt from Fame Forever featuring a Sun Day typography print, paired with white slouchy fit jeans from Forca.
Summertime Shorts:
  1. No beach vacation is complete without a pair of shorts. Women can go for Ginger's sage green elasticated shorts, paired with a blue polka-dotted tee for a casual and trendy look. Men can choose Indian Terrain's mint green shorts paired with a light blue t-shirt from Fame Forever, featuring the word "Unwind" across the front.
Beach Ready:
  1. Beach-ready outfits are a must for any seaside getaway. For women, a stunning olive green skater dress from Faballey with square neck and floral motifs can be dressed up or down for various occasions. Men can opt for a white half-sleeved tropical print shirt from Flying Machine, paired with beige elasticated sports shorts from Puma for a stylish and comfortable beach look.
Vacay Date Night:
  1. For a special date night, women can go for Code's elegant white A-line dress with Schiffli detailing, a tie-up waist, and a V-neck. Men can try Code's cool white linen shirt paired with light grey checked casual trousers from Jack & Jones for a smart and minimalist look. Complete the outfit with clean white sneakers.
Festive Party:
  1. If you're attending a desi party during your vacation, embrace ethnic summer wear. Women can opt for Indya's cheerful yellow sleeveless top with embellishments, paired with a blue and yellow color-blocked A-line skirt adorned with bold prints. Men can slip into Melange by Lifestyle's yellow kurta featuring a band collar and floral embroidery, paired with soft blue pyjamas or white straight pants.
With these five stylish couple's outfits, you're well-prepared to elevate your summer vacation vibe. Remember to pack smartly, choose versatile pieces, and enjoy capturing unforgettable moments in your trendy ensembles. Whether you're strolling along the beach or having a romantic dinner, these outfits will make your vacation all the more special. So, get ready to create lasting memories and turn heads with your impeccable style choices.
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2023.06.01 14:12 sonofabutch No game today, so let's remember a forgotten Yankee: Jackie Jensen, "The Golden Boy"

Jackie Jensen, "The Golden Boy", was a superstar athlete in the 1940s who seemed destined for greatness as the heir to Joe DiMaggio... only to be supplanted by a different golden boy, the great Mickey Mantle.
Jensen would eventually live up to the hype, but with the Red Sox -- but his career ended prematurely because, as baseball expanded to the west coast, his fear of flying made road games unbearable!
The Yankees between 1947 and 1964 were utterly dominant, winning 15 pennants and 10 World Series. And it wasn't just the major league team that was successful. The Yankees of this era were loaded up and down the system, from Rookie ball to their two Triple-A teams!
With such a loaded major league roster, the Yankees had many talented players stuck either on the end of the bench or in the minors who would eventually find an opportunity with other teams, including Bob Cerv, Vic Power, Gus Triandos, Lew Burdette, Jerry Lumpe, Bob Porterfield, and Bob Keegan, all named All-Stars with other teams after leaving the Yankees. Clint Courtney would be the 1952 A.L. Rookie of the Year runner-up after the Yankees traded him to the Browns, and Bill Virdon was the 1955 N.L. Rookie of the Year with the Cardinals (and then Yankee manager from 1974 to 1975!).
But the most talented player who just couldn't find the playing time in New York was Jack Eugene Jensen, born March 9, 1927, in San Francisco. His parents divorced when he was 5, and he grew up poor, his mother working six days a week, 12 hours a day. Jensen said the family moved 16 times between kindergarten and eighth grade -- "every time the rent came due."
After serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, Jensen went to the University of California in 1946 on the G.I. Bill. There he became one of the most famous college players in the country, leading Cal to the Rose Bowl. In 1947, he was the starting fullback as well as the team's top defensive back, and in 1948, he rushed for 1,000 yards and was an All-American.
He also was a tremendous two-way baseball player, pitching and hitting for the Golden Bears in 1947 as the won the very first College World Series, beating a Yale team that had George H.W. Bush playing first base. In 1949, he was an All-American in baseball, too.
His blond hair, good looks, and athletic accomplishments earned him the nickname "The Golden Boy."
Halfway through his junior year, Jensen left Berkeley to turn pro. Jensen would later say he couldn't risk playing a career-ending injury playing for free while teams -- baseball and football -- were trying to sign him to big-money contracts.
"There was a money tree growing in my backyard. Why shouldn't I pluck off the dollars when I wanted to?"
Jensen considered a number of offers, including from the Yankees, before signing a three-year, $75,000 contract with the Oakland Oaks of the Pacific Coast League. Jensen said he thought he'd face better competition in the Pacific Coast League, the top minor league of the era, than he would at the bottom of the Yankee farm system. He was right about it being more of a challenge -- he hit an unimpressive .261/.317/.394 in 510 plate appearances with the Oaks.
At the end of the year, the Oaks sold his contract (and that of Billy Martin, another Northern California kid) to the Yankees.
That same year, Jensen married his high school sweetheart, Zoe Ann Olsen, an Olympic diver. (By age 18, she had won 14 national diving championships and a silver medal in the 1948 Olympics.) "Together they looked like a Nordic god and goddess," Sports Illustrated reported. Nicknamed "the sweethearts of sports," they were the Dansby Swanson and Mallory Pugh of their era. More than 1,000 people attended their wedding.
Jensen would start the 1950 season not in the minors but in the Bronx. He joined the Yankees in a time of flux. They though they'd won the 1949 World Series, the Yankees knew they had to make some changes, with 35-year-old Joe DiMaggio nearing the end of his career. And their heir apparent was not Mickey Mantle -- at the time an 18-year-old shortstop playing in the Class C league, the equivalent of A-ball today -- but the 23-year-old Jensen.
But Jensen disappointed, hitting just .171/.247/.300 in 70 at-bats, and only starting in 13 games. Watching from the bench most of the season, Jensen would later lament the lost year of development, saying he'd have been better off playing every day in the Pacific Coast League.
The Yankees won the pennant for a second straight year, and in the World Series he once again was left on the bench. His only action was as a pinch runner in Game 3 as the Yankees swept the Phillies. That "Moonlight Graham" appearance would be his only taste of the post-season in an 11-year career.
The following year would be DiMaggio's last, and Mantle's first. Jensen began the year as the Yankees' starting left fielder and proved he belonged, hitting .296/.371/.509 through the end of July... and then, shockingly, was demoted to Triple-A and replaced with previously forgotten Yankee Bob Cerv.
I can see why they called up Cerv -- the University of Nebraska stand-out was tearing up Triple-A, leading the American Association in batting average (.349), home runs (26), triples (21), RBIs (101), and total bases (261) -- but why demote Jensen, who had a 140 OPS+ in the majors? Maybe the Yankees felt the brash 23-year-old needed to be taken down a peg. In any event, Cerv hit just .214/.333/.250 in August and was sent back to Triple-A, but Jensen also was left down there. He hit .263/.344/.469 and was recalled after the Triple-A season ended, only getting into three games (he went 3-for-9).
Mantle, too, had started the season with the Yankees, and after hitting .260/.341/.423 through the middle of July, was sent down to Triple-A. But he hit .361/.445/.651 in 166 at-bats, and unlike Jensen was back in the bigs by August 24. He would play pretty much every game the rest of the season, hitting .284/.370/.495 in 95 at-bats.
The torch had clearly been passed -- Jensen was no longer the heir apparent to DiMaggio. In the World Series that year, Mantle was the starting right fielder, and Jensen wasn't even on the post-season roster.
Jensen was so disappointed with how the Yankees had treated him in 1951 that he talked to the San Francisco 49ers about switching to pro football, but ultimately decided to stick with baseball.
Never shy about what he said to reporters, Jensen told The Sporting News on October 24, 1951:
"I felt so badly about the treatment that I received from the Yankees that, although I was in New York at the end of the season, I didn't feel like sticking around to even watch the club play in any of the World's Series games."
"I do not feel the Yankees were justified in sending me to the minor leagues. When I was shipped to Kansas City, I was doing as good a job as any Yankee outfielder and better than some of them. I was hitting .296, which was ten points better than Hank Bauer and 30 points better than Joe DiMaggio, Gene Woodling and Mickey Mantle. Yet Casey Stengel didn't give me the chance I felt I deserved."
Despite blasting his manager in the press, Jensen was still the property of the Yankees. That off-season, teams were circling, hoping to pry away the talented but disgruntled outfielder. There were newspaper reports of offers from the St. Louis Browns, the Detroit Tigers, the Philadelphia Athletics, the Washington Senators, the Cleveland Indians, and the Boston Red Sox -- with one rumor being Ted Williams to the Bronx in exchange for Jensen and several other players. (A Red Sox scout called the rumored deal "a lot of hogwash.")
Sportswriters spent the off-season speculating whether DiMaggio would retire, and if he did, whether Jensen or Mantle would take over as the center fielder, as there were still concerns that Mantle, who had hurt his knee in the 1951 World Series, wouldn't be fully recovered by the start of the season.
On Opening Day, April 16, 1952, it was Jackie Jensen in center and Mickey Mantle in right. Jensen went 0-for-5 with a GIDP; Mantle, 3-for-4 with a double, a walk, and a stolen base! Seven games into the season, Jensen was 2-for-17 (.118) and found himself on the bench. He'd never play for the Yankees again. On May 3, the Golden Boy was traded to the Washington Senators along with Spec Shea, Jerry Snyder, and Archie Wilson in exchange for Irv Noren and Tom Upton.
In two years with the Senators, Jensen hit an impressive .276/.359/.407 (112 OPS+), but the team was terrible, and Jensen wasn't happy. Still just 26 years old, he later said he had almost quit after the 1953 season... particularly after a harrowing flight to Japan for a series of exhibition games with a squad of All-Stars that included Yankees Yogi Berra, Eddie Lopat, and Billy Martin. That experience gave Jensen a lifelong fear of flying, a phobia that became so intense eventually he could only fly with the help of sleeping pills... and a hypnotist!
He might have quit if not for the trade on December 9, 1953, that sent him to the Boston Red Sox for pitcher Mickey McDermott and outfielder Tom Umphlett. He was homesick, he hated flying, and he now had two little kids at home. Red Sox general manager Joe Cronin convinced Jensen to come to the Red Sox, telling him that Fenway Park was tailor made for his swing. Cronin was right: Jensen was a career .279/.369/.460 hitter, but .298/.400/.514 at Fenway.
It was in Boston that Jensen finally lived up to the hype, becoming a two-time All-Star and winning the A.L. MVP Award in 1958 and a Gold Glove in 1959. During his seven seasons in Boston, he hit .282/.374/.478 in 4,519 plate appearances. In his MVP season, Jensen hit .286/.396/.535 (148 OPS+) with 31 doubles, 35 home runs, and a league-leading 122 RBIs. During his peak with the Red Sox, 1954 to 1959, Jensen's average season was .285/.378/.490 (127 OPS+) with 28 doubles, 26 home runs, 111 RBIs, 14 stolen bases, and 3.6 bWAR. During those six seasons, no one in the American League -- not Mickey Mantle, not Ted Williams, not Al Kaline -- had more runs batted in than Jackie Jensen.
Of course, Mantle was the far better player -- even in Jensen's MVP season, Mantle had more runs, hits, home runs, walks, and a 188 OPS+ -- but Jensen's 127 OPS+ between 1954 and 1959 would have been an upgrade over the aging Hank Bauer's 110 OPS+ in right or the left field merry-go-round of Norm Siebern (113 OPS+), Irv Noren (107 OPS+), Enos Slaughter (103 OPS+), and previously forgotten Yankee Hector Lopez (101 OPS+). Casey Stengel would later say the Jensen trade was the worst one the Yankees had made while he was manager.
Despite his success, Jensen was sometimes booed by the Boston fans, just as they sometimes booed Ted Williams. There even was an article in Sport magazine, "What Do They Want From Jackie Jensen?", taking Red Sox fans to task for their unreasonably high demands from the Golden Boy. In 1956, in a game at Fenway Park against the Yankees, the hometown fans were razzing Jensen so much that teammates had to restrain him from going into the stands after a fan. Later that same game, Williams misplayed a wind-blown fly ball from Mantle, and the fans booed lustily. The very next play, Williams made a leaping catch at the scoreboard to rob Yogi Berra of a double. But Williams, still furious, spit into the crowd. He was later fined $5,000.
And Jackie was unhappy to be away from home. He and Zoe Ann had bought a house near Lake Tahoe, where they could both ski and golf year-round, as well as hit the casinos. They also had a home in Oakland, and a restaurant there, and each year Jensen hosted a pro-am golf tournament. But the marriage was struggling. Zoe Ann, once nationally known for her Olympic exploits, was frustrated to be a stay-at-home mom in the shadow of her famous husband, and Jackie became angry if she engaged in her favorite outdoor hobbies, suspecting there were men around.
Jensen's fear of flying also had become even more intense. Sometimes he was so drugged up that he had to be carried on and off the plane, fueling rumors that he was a drunk. Other times he took trains or even drove while his teammates flew.
Once again Jensen was talking about retirement, and in Spring Training 1957, the Red Sox allowed him to train with the San Francisco Seals, Boston's Triple-A team, rather than having to go to Florida. But he was still miserable. That year, he told Sports Illustrated:
“In baseball you get to the point where you don’t think you have a family. It just looks like I’m not built for this life like some ballplayers. You are always away from home and you’re lonesome, and as soon as I can, I intend to get out.”
The 32-year-old Jensen announced his retirement after the 1959 season, and he spent 1960 home with Zoe Ann and their children and running his restaurant. But he returned in 1961. After hitting just .130 in April, Jensen took a train from Detroit home to Reno, determined to quit once again. After a week away, he rejoined the team and had six hits in his next 10 at-bats. By the end of the season he was at .263/.350/.392, and he quit again. This time for good.
After leaving baseball, Jensen invested in real estate and a golf course, but lost most of his money. He then got a job working for a Lake Tahoe casino, was a national spokesman for Camel cigarettes, Wonder Bread, and Gillette, and even tried selling cars. Ironically, Jackie found himself on the road almost as much as he had been as a ballplayer. In 1963, he and Zoe Ann divorced, remarried, and then divorced again.
In 1967, Jensen became a TV sportscaster, married his producer Katharine Cortesi, and eventually teamed up with Keith Jackson calling college football games for ABC, and was a college baseball coach, first at the University of Nevada-Reno and then at the University of California. He managed the Red Sox team in the New York Penn League in 1970. In 1977, Jackie and Katharine moved to Virginia and started a Christmas tree farm while he coached baseball at a military academy. About five years later, on July 14, 1982, he died of a heart attack at age 55.
You Don't Know Jack(ie):
In 1958, Jensen told Sports Illustrated that the biggest thrill of his career wasn't being an All-American or an All-Star, it wasn't winning an MVP or a World Series. "The biggest is having played in the same outfield with both DiMaggio and Williams."
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2023.06.01 08:35 Foodsture11 From Farm to Table: Harvesting Vitamin A-Rich Vegetables for Optimal Health

From Farm to Table: Harvesting Vitamin A-Rich Vegetables for Optimal Health
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When it comes to maintaining optimal health, a well-balanced diet is key. One essential nutrient that plays a vital role in supporting various bodily functions is Vitamin A. While many people associate this nutrient with carrots alone, there is a wide range of vitamin A-rich vegetables that can be incorporated into your daily meals. In this article, we will explore the journey of these vegetables from the farm to your table, highlighting their cultivation, harvesting, and the health benefits they offer.

Understanding Vitamin A:

Before delving into vegetable sources, it's important to understand the significance of Vitamin A. This fat-soluble vitamin is crucial for vision, immune function, cell growth, and overall health. It exists in two forms: retinoids, which are found in animal products, and carotenoids, primarily present in plant-based foods.

Cultivating Vitamin A-Rich Vegetables:

Farmers play a crucial role in cultivating vitamin A-rich vegetables. They employ sustainable farming practices to ensure the nutritional value of the crops. From selecting the right seeds to optimizing soil conditions and irrigation, farmers strive to maximize the vitamin content of these vegetables.

Harvesting Techniques for Optimal Vitamin A Retention:

The timing and techniques employed during the harvesting process greatly impact the vitamin A content of vegetables. We explore the best practices that farmers use to retain the maximum nutritional value. Factors such as maturity stage, post-harvest handling, and storage conditions are all taken into consideration to preserve the vitamin A content effectively.
  1. Carrots: The Classic Vitamin A Powerhouse: Carrots are undoubtedly the most well-known vitamin A-rich vegetable. We delve into the reasons behind their vibrant orange color and how it indicates their high beta-carotene content. Additionally, we explore the best ways to cook and consume carrots to maximize their vitamin A absorption.
  2. Beyond Carrots: Exploring a Rainbow of Vitamin A Sources: While carrots are undeniably nutritious, there is a whole spectrum of colorful vegetables that can boost your vitamin A intake. We showcase vegetables such as sweet potatoes, spinach, kale, butternut squash, and red peppers, which all contain substantial amounts of this vital nutrient. Readers will learn about their unique nutritional profiles and cooking methods, and how to incorporate them into their diet for optimal health benefits.
  3. Enhancing Absorption with Healthy Fats: Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin, meaning it requires the presence of healthy fats for optimal absorption. We discuss the importance of pairing vitamin A-rich vegetables with good sources of dietary fat, such as olive oil or avocado, to enhance the nutrient's bioavailability and maximize its benefits.
  4. Health Benefits of Vitamin A-Rich Vegetables: In this section, we highlight the remarkable health benefits that vitamin A-rich vegetables offer. From promoting healthy eyesight and supporting the immune system to contributing to vibrant skin and promoting cellular growth, readers will gain a deeper understanding of how these vegetables positively impact overall well-being.
  5. Tips for Meal Planning and Recipes: To wrap up the article, we provide practical tips for incorporating vitamin A-rich vegetables into daily meal planning. Additionally, we share a selection of delicious and nutritious recipes featuring these vegetables, appealing to both novice and seasoned cooks alike.


Embracing a diet rich in vitamin A is a smart choice for supporting optimal health. By understanding the journey of these vegetables from the farm to our table, we can appreciate the efforts put into cultivating and harvesting them while reaping the numerous health benefits they provide. So, let's embrace the diverse range of vitamin A-rich vegetables available and elevate our well-being one colorful plate at a time.
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2023.06.01 08:22 garrettkobskovski All FS/FT OBO feel free to make offers, LF seahawks

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2023.06.01 05:12 RegalLegalEagle Made of Mud

Based on a Dream
FDF Resolute, Sanctum Class Battlecruiser, en route to NT-2125 deep Fringe.
Mary had been rather intrigued by the concept of an observation deck on a ship. Curator ship designs didn’t even have windows let alone a whole deck. Yet, deck seemed a bit of a grand exaggeration now that she was standing in the room with the large window dominating one wall. The room was empty aside from herself. Though there were tables and chairs enough to fit a few dozen people easily. No doubt it was more in use if the ship should be hosting dignitaries over some important planet, or picturesque astronomical feature. En route to NT-2125 however they were instead enveloped in the Ink, a sight no one seemed keen on viewing.
Her education had of course touched on the existence of the Ink, but that was about it. She had no idea how it really was used to facilitate FTL travel. What she did know, now that she was looking at it, was that it was rather unpleasant to look at. She had seen purest black. The concept of looking at entirely nothing but a void was fine with her.
The Ink however… While she watched it slowly move around before her eyes it was like a vast ocean of some kind. An ocean of… incredible depth. When she had first stepped into the room and seen it dominating the large window she had thought it to be a mixture of blues, purples, and blacks. But the longer she watched the bubbles and lines slowly moving around she wasn’t sure if she were seeing color at all. Maybe she was seeing not the absence of light, but something opposite to it. As if the Ink gave off… anti-light.
She had no basis for this thought of course. No training, education, or experience to make her believe it was a real thing. Yet, if matter had anti-matter why couldn’t light have anti-light? After all the longer she looked the more if felt like she wasn’t really seeing anything. Nothing real anyway. More like… if she closed her eyes and rubbed against the eyelids and saw the attempts of her brain understand the shadows. Then there was the thought maybe she really was seeing something. Something just under the waves of its vast deep ocean of anti-light. After all, what was causing it to move? Were the waves, ripples, and bubbles purely random? Or was there something making it move?
As unpleasant as her line of thinking was, at least watching it gave her some small alone time on the otherwise crowded vessel. It also gave her an excuse to keep her headset muted. She would much rather deal with staring out at a vast ocean of anti-light than listen to the ship around her at this point. Yet, the moment she began to consider that she saw a flash in the bottom of her vision. Door opening. With a flick she started the program to let her headset gradually increase volume as her ears began to work again.
First sound, click of hard heel on metallic decking. Second sound, sharp intake of breath likely indicating surprise, anxiety, unease, or combination. Third sound, a tongue flicking against teeth before making a disapproving sucking sound. Fourth sound, fabric on fabric rubbing was very low and soft indicating luxury stitching and material. “Hello Director Obli.”
“Translator.” Came the curt reply, though said at a perfectly reasonable volume for normal speaking Mary winced a bit. Going from total silence to even the muted sounds she was getting now was rough at times. Especially as more just kept building. Even at this low level the sound of the ships began to return to her. The groan of metal, the hum of electricity, the distant murmur of people going about their tasks. She had no idea what she’d do without the headset to at least partially mute the world around her.
“Your bodyguards aren’t joining us?” Mary glanced over at the Huul’Rav in his custom suit. She couldn’t see his guards, but she could hear them just outside. She recognized Hrue from his breathing pattern, as smoking had done a number on his lungs. Based on the jingle of grenade tabs the other was Juul.
“If the Curators wanted me dead I highly doubt they’d create you just for the task. They’re more than powerful enough to have no need for subtlety or subterfuge.” Even though the director was talking to her he was looking out the window at the Ink. She could see the disdain on his face rather obviously. A hand moving up to nervously brush his furry chin, even as he tilted his horns side to side.
While he seemed focused on the Ink her mind returned to his curious comment. Did the Curators need to employ subterfuge? Of course they were powerful, but surely there was also use in subterfuge. Regardless, she had not been sent to kill the Director. Or anyone for that matter. She had no training in combat or related topics. He seemed to also be thinking about this though as he looked at her. “You aren’t here to kill me right?”
“No. I’m not here to kill you or anyone else.” She assured him. “I’m just here to facilitate communications during the negotiations.”
“It is curious though. Why the Custodians sent anyone at all…” He trailed off and while she was about to answer he turned and spoke first. “Actually do you mind if we talk somewhere else?” At the end his eyes darted to the window and the swirl of the Ink beyond.
“Certainly.” She nodded, and gestured to the door letting him go first.
“I appreciate it.” He commented and even as he stepped through the door Hrue stepped in front of him to lead, while Juul stepped up behind Mary to follow. “I will admit it spoils my plans a bit. I wanted to talk with you in private a little. But uh… I do not particularly enjoy looking at the Ink.” She could hear his breathing pattern change just being in the hallway, out of sight of the swirling anti-light.
“I’m sure we can find privacy elsewhere. Though I am unsure what kind of private chat you would like. I’m here strictly as a neutral party to facilitate negotiations.” She reminded him.
“As you’ve said many times.” Obli waved off her remark. “Anyway, since you’re new to this sort of thing I just want to introduce you to my underling since you’ll be working for him during the start of the talks.”
Mary frowned at this sudden revelation. “First, I don’t work for you, or your subordinate. I-”
“Are a neutral translator provided by the Curators.” He waved her off again as they walked. All around her she could hear the ship and its crew going about keeping the ship alive as it were. It was an older vessel and every creak and groan of stressed metal, or electrical spark continued to heighten her anxiety. She could not wait to get off this vessel and onto a planet. “I meant work for him in a more metaphorical sense. I know you likely expected to work with me throughout these talks but it’s just not how labor talks to management. They don’t get to start by talking to a Director. They’ll start with someone just important enough to garner attention but with no real power. If he fails, I swoop in and save things. If he succeeds I get to take credit in the end and talk about how I knew he was the man for the job.”
The further they walked from the observation deck and the Ink the more confident and in fact arrogant Obli got. She wasn’t particularly keen on his behavior but she had at least grown accustomed to it on the trip so far. “Why then did you spend most of this trip testing my abilities as a translator?”
“Because I was trying to figure out your angle.” He replied with a glance back over his shoulder as they reached a lift. The four of them filtered into it before Juul hit the button for the hangar deck.
“I don’t have an angle. I was instructed to come here and facilitate-” She began but he yet again waved her off.
“Neutral yes yes. But why? We’ve never needed nor requested Curator assistance for anything like this. We have a proven history of successfully ending labor disputes and organization efforts. So why have the curators bothered to send you? Shouldn’t you be trying to help keep the FDF from falling apart? Or spreading the word of the Curators to the masses or something? That is something they do right? Proselytize?” Mary was fairly confident Obli tried to be dismissive about the Curators just to make himself more comfortable. It was a minor enough annoyance to overlook. Though she wondered if it actually helped ease his fragile ego.
“The Curators do not proselytize no. They have no need. They exist. They act. They do not need the approval of others, nor belief in their correctness. I am here because I have been ordered to be here. I was told I must assist in negotiating between the belligerent parties on NT-2125 and observe the outcome. That is all. If the Curators have a deeper reason for sending me here I do not know it.” While she spoke she could already hear Obli clicking his tongue in disapproval. Hrue was trying, and failing, to breathe quietly. Juul was running her hand over a smooth metallic object in her right pocket, slowly turning it over.
“I know you are flesh and blood, but you’re more like your creators than I find comforting.” Obli very bluntly commented.
“I do not exist for your comfort.” Mary pointedly replied, which made Obli click his tongue in disapproval once more. By that point the lift stopped and the doors opened. The rush of sound from the hangar deck made her wince a moment as she had to deal with the sudden volume as she lowered her headset sensitivity.
“I don’t think you exist for your own comfort either.” Obli remarked, now smirking a little at her obvious discomfort. There was little she could do but cast a glare in his direction as the pain subsided and the sounds took on a more muted level. Looking out across the hangar she could see dozens of people moving around and working on the ship’s complement of shuttles, and fighters. No one was expecting combat, but that didn’t stop the captain from preparing anyway. While she was told most of the machinery operated at frequencies most species couldn’t hear it always gave her a headache to be around so many buzzing, grinding, churning machines.
“Regardless.” Obli continued. “I want to make it clear I have been authorized to extend to the Curators our most sincere intent to be friends. If there is anything we can do to make your job more comfortable let me know. And if you see fit to pass on anything you hear from the labor organizers direct compensation is on offer.”
“I am here as a neutral party.” She reminded him yet again. But he just spread his hands and smiled.
“We’re willing to pay for even what you would consider banter and gossip. Anything you hear. My subordinate is also authorized to compensate you but I’d prefer a direct copy.” He held out an encryption cylinder. While she had no intention of passing along anything she did take it. It might be useful for other reasons.
“I don’t have a bank account, you know. Or any credits.” When she told him this he looked entirely confused. “I am not paid for my efforts. Curators do not use currency of any kind. Resources are simply provided as needed.”
Director Obli’s look of pure disgust was even more obvious than when he’d been in the observation deck. “And here I thought they were civilized… But it’s then all the more important for you to start building up your own nest egg!” He began to pull a credit chip from his pocket but she waved him off.
“I’m not chipped nor do I have a slate.” This time he scoffed and looked confused even as he held it out.
“You can take the whole thing. How do you expect to pay for anything on the planet without credits?” He seemed genuinely baffled.
“I don’t expect to pay for anything on the planet. Your company has extended their most sincere intent to be friends after all.” As she tilted her head a little while looking at him Obli just snorted.
“Ah… This is why my assistant was babbling about an expense waiver. Yes… There are limits to it, you know. Food, drink, necessities only.” Mary just stared at him until he finally sighed and tucked the credit chip back into his pocket. “Fine. It’s best for you to go change now then, the shuttle will be leaving as soon as we hit real space.”
She was wondering why he’d brought her here directly. “And why am I changing?”
“Well, you can go as you are if you like. But this isn’t a Curator ship. The Resolute has to drop further away from the planet so the shuttle will be in space to close the gap to the planet. And, I mean clearly Curator tech never breaks or has any accidents but our poor mortal hands make poor mortal vessels.” Obli spread his hands as if to highlight his own soft, well manicured hands.
“Fine.” While her suit wasn’t as comfortable as her normal clothes she didn’t intend on being the only one killed by some sort of accident on the way to the planet. It would set a terrible precedent. So she walked away from Obli and his guards then towards the hangar’s locker room.
As she strode across the deck, stepping over fuel and coolant lines she tried to make some sense of the mass of sound around her. Obli no doubt thought she was beyond earshot when he spoke to his guards. “Strange bird. Easy on the eyes though.”
Hrue cleared his throat a moment to reply in a gravely, raspy voice. “Think the Curators made her to be attractive to most species somehow? Robot magic or something?”
“I don’t know. Maybe. I still don’t know why they sent anyone at all. I don’t trust those damned machines.” Obli replied. She had expected this sort of reaction. It was in line with their comments during the trip.
Other than that most of the technicians, mechanics, and pilots moving around the hangar seemed much more focused on their work than anything else. Grumblings about the captain’s standards, and an apparent lack of spare parts. Based on the overall comments it seemed to be more about not wanting to do so much work rather than serious concerns over abilities to keep ships functional. Or so she hoped.
Once in the locker room she made her way to the back where a special case had been installed for her suit. While she would have preferred to travel on a Curator vessel she was glad to at least get a Curator suit. They didn’t have many organics, but the suits they made for her and the other Lifted were absolutely the best in terms of survivability, durability, and protection. Just not… comfort.
Since the locker room seemed to be empty she quickly stripped down, setting aside the encryption cylinder Obli had given her. For a moment she examined herself, along the deep red feathers of her head and neck, gradually turning to a sunburst yellow down her torso, and finally a rich deep blue along her legs and tail. Did species find her attractive? If the Curators had intended for this they likely would have included it in her training surely. Must just be Obli and his guards.
Stepping up to the Curator case she hit the activation button and then held perfectly still as the case opened, arms moving out to begin affixing the suit to her body. First she felt the snap of metal rings around her ankles, wrists, neck, hips, and ribs before the rest of the exoskeleton was built up around it. Then came the cool mesh of the inner suit pulled up underneath it and against her feathers. Next was the composites slotted into the outside, layered and overlapped for maximum coverage. Finally she prepared herself for the final step as two hoses connected to the metal collar around her neck. She hated this part.
When the liquid began to pump into the lining between the mesh and the composite layer it was ice cold and caused her to gasp and shudder as it filled in. It took a few minutes while she tried to carefully control her breathing and push past the cold. Once it was finally full the suit activated and the liquid turned solid, controlled by the sophisticated Curator chip in her skull. Her temperature quickly began to return to normal now and she took a slow deep breath in relief before taking the helmet the case offered last.
She refrained from putting the helmet on yet though, it wasn’t quite big enough for her taste and always rubbed her eartips. Walking back out into the hangar she could feel the suit somewhat flowing around her movements. It would turn liquid to move, then solid when it didn’t need to. She was also told it would go selectively rigid to deflect projectiles. A feature she hoped to never test.
Looking around a moment she saw Obli near the closest shuttle, speaking to someone wearing an executive pattern suit. Luxurious and comfortable, but she’d prefer the Curator suit in an emergency. Next to him was a human in a deep blue armored suit with steel accents. As she watched he draped a travel cloak over the shoulders of the suit. An interesting touch. Walking towards them she had to stop a moment to let a rumbling hangar tug pass. Several technicians rode in the back, carried to their next task.
Judging on the whine of the back left wheel she figured their next task might be to fix the tug itself. Either way she continued on up to Director Obli. “Translator. I’d like you to meet Kingus.” Obli gestured to the figure in the executive suit. Up close she could see through his helmet’s faceplate and examine the Nikvic inside. Rather stubby bone ridges. Rather young then for an executive.
“Translator.” He nodded to her.
“Kingus, it’s nice to meet you. My name is Mary, though translator is just fine as well.” She took an amicable approach for now.
“Yes. This is my bodyguard, Eli.” He gestured to the human next to him, who made for an imposing figure in his armor. With his helmet in place the steel visor reflected a distorted reflection of herself back at her.
“Ma’am.” He nodded and extended a hand out from under his cloak. Shifting her helmet to her left hand she carefully reached out to shake his hand in return.
“Eli, it’s nice to meet you.” The first human she’d found in the employ of the company. Though she knew most of the problems on the planet were related to their human miners. Allegedly at least.
“Nice to meet you as well ma’am.” His shake was firm but not aggressive. “We should be ready shortly. They’re loading the last of some food supplies and then we’re waiting on the marines.”
“Food supplies… I don’t even know what we’re taking down there. Argyle is a full fledged city. The problems its facing are related to labor terrorists. Not famine.” Kingus mentioned with a huff.
“It’s likely my food.” Mary answered. “The Curators were unsure how long I would be here and sent me with a full complement of prepared meals.”
“Oh.” Kingus coughed lightly. “Well… that’s fine then. I wasn’t aware you had special dietary needs. But the marines at least should be here. What’s taking them so long?” He tried to deflect a little and looked around.
As if summoned by his complaint she saw a group of human soldiers approaching the shuttle. The few times she had seen soldiers so far they’d been in smart uniforms and moving with purpose and sharp specific gestures. These… did not look nearly so impressive. Or poised. Instead the group just walked casually towards them, in a mixture of armor sets. Most had a haphazard drab olive green coat of paint but much of it was chipped and worn. Not to mention much of it was also covered in writing, drawings, and decals that she doubted were officially sanctioned.
Only the man in the lead looked to be in a truly official uniform set of armor. “I’m Lieutenant Barrow. I assume this is the shuttle we want?”
“Barrow, this is Kingus our Executive Labor Liason.” Director Obli introduced them. “This is our translator Mary.”
“Never seen one of you before. What species are you?” Mary turned to look at the soldier who’d spoken to her. He was just next to the officer, and his armor looked particularly beat up. She also noticed signs of scorch marks in several places. Unlike the single smooth faceplate of Eli’s armor his helmet looked more like a scowling face with golden lenses in the eyes.
“I am not an official species. I was Lifted by the Curators to act as a translator.” She informed him directly.
“Interesting. So you’re a bird. But you’ve got ears. What’s with the headset?” He gestured up at it as she reflexively reached up with her free hand to touch the side.
“There was a slight miscalculation in my creation and I find most settings to be… uncomfortably loud. The headset is to regulate the volume of my surroundings to prevent damage and discomfort.” She explained.
“What… wait. The Curators made a translator who gets hurt by sound? Am I understanding that right?” Mary frowned at his comment.
“That’s somewhat reductive.” She tried to deflect.
“Is it wrong?” He pressed.
“It’s not entirely inaccurate.” Disparaging on the work of the Curators wasn’t something she was comfortable with.
“That’s a fancy way of saying I’m right. So your job, which is listening to things, actively hurts you. Man… sucks to be you.” A few of the other marines snickered and giggled behind him as Mary frowned.
“Gunny, that’s enough.” Barrow finally waved off the other marine.
“Where’s the rest of your company? And the Major?” Obli asked now, thankfully moving things along.
“Elsewhere. He said if you’re not going to the planet yet he doesn’t see a reason to go either. My platoon and I are sufficient at this time. Once you’re ready to head down then the rest of the company will deploy.” Barrow shrugged. “You send your flunkey first he sends his flunkey too.”
“We have concerns about possible terrorist strikes on civilians during the labor talks. Are you sure a platoon is really sufficient?” Kingus asked.
The officer sucked in a breath, likely about to answer but Gunny cut him off. “Isn’t it interesting. All across the fringe you corporate types like to talk about how safe and secure your mining colonies are. Biding everyone to bring their families and get to work. Yet, the moment a union starts to form you start screaming about terrorists and how you need the military to keep order.”
“Gunny.” The officer hissed at him. Gunny waved it off a moment as the officer cleared his throat. “Your own reports suggest corporate security is robust enough to secure the city. We have no intel to suggest any threats of terrorist strikes by the miners are really valid. A platoon will suffice for now. If the situation changes the rest of the company can deploy very quickly I assure you.”
“Fine. But remember just because the miners in question are human doesn’t mean you can give them free reign. The FDF and by extension the marines rely on our funding to keep functioning.” Kingus replied.
“You never let us fucking forget.” Gunny muttered that barely under his breath. Neither Kingus or Obli seemed to pick up on this but Mary did.
“Many species across the Fringe have been generous enough to accept many human refugees. We obviously seek a future of cooperation and mutual success. This is not about humans being singled out. They have been given the same rights and contracts as all other species who join our corporate family.” Director Obli smiled and spread his hands in a friendly gesture. “We ask only that you protect the talks because they’re so important to our continued wellbeing as united front here on the Fringe. The Tide comes for us all and we must be ready. Together.”
“Well said Director.” Kingus nodded in support.
“Fucking please…” Gunny muttered and made some sort of gesture with his fist making a pumping motion in front of his hips. From the reports the Curators had given her, really what it seemed like was the humans massively increased their productivity, but in exchange wanted better treatment from the various industrial consortiums. The executives like Obli enjoyed the productivity but felt treating them better would set a bad precedent.
Across the fringe however humans had been getting their way more often than not. NT-2125 was by far the biggest, most high profile case, but she didn’t imagine it would be anything special. “Yes, well, we are here to keep you safe and make sure no one kills anyone. On either side.” The officer assured them and then gestured at the shuttle. “Shall we?”
“Have a nice flight Translator. Remember to call me.” Obli smiled and nodded at her.
“I’m sure we’ll be in touch, Director.” She finally pulled her helmet up and on, feeling it settle into place with a click and a soft hiss at it pressurized. The very tips of her ears were lightly pressed in by the sides which was why she’d waited this long to put it on. The marines began to board the shuttle first, shuffling along rows in the center to get into seats with metal shoulder restraints that would help hold them in place.
“Hey, so you’re a Lifted? What do the Curators want you here for? What’s the deal?” Gunny asked as he waited near the back for the others to shuffle in.
“I am not at liberty at this time to discuss the Curators or their work.” Mary’s forehead felt slightly warm as she answered him.
“Oh come on. There’s got to be something special the Curators want you here for.” Gunny insisted.
“I am not at liberty at this time to discuss the Curators or their work.” Mary’s forehead felt a bit warmer still.
“Gunny leave her alone.” Barrow instructed.
“C’mon why a translator at all? We’ve got earpieces! I’ve never seen a translator before, let alone a Curator one!” By now the other marines were seated and Mary began to shuffle up the row looking for a free seat.
“Ma’am you’ll need to take one of the jumpseats up front. These harnesses aren’t made for your Curator suit.” Barrow tapped one of the set of shoulder restraints. So she kept shuffling past the row of marines towards the front.
“I don’t rely on machine translation. I am fluent in over six hundred languages and forms of communication. I listen to all parties and ensure nothing is lost in translation.” She assured them.
“Only six hundred? I knew of a guy who was fluent in over six million forms of communication.” Gunny’s voice had a slightly different tone to it. Was he joking?
“Six million seems excessive. I assure you I am well trained for my job.” Now at the front of the shuttle she found the jumpseat in question. Yet, when she went to pull the seat down the dangerous whine and groan of the metal hinged did not inspire her with confidence. Still it was her mission so she settled into the seat and went about trying to figure out the harness.
Barrow approached her and pointed to the straps in order to help her out. “You’ll be fine. This is really just a precaution.” The Lieutenant nodded and gave her shoulder a pat. She smiled up at him then, her faceplate clear unlike their armor. It was thought to be better for non-verbal communication cues if people she spoke to could see her face. Kingus and Eli were the last to settle in seats nearby.
“Hey! Corpse!” Gunny called out as Eli settled into his seat and set the shoulder restraints with practiced ease.
“Excuse me?” Eli looked across the aisle at Gunny.
“You’re corporate security right? Corp-sec.” Gunny more carefully pronounced. But Mary was positive he hadn’t made a mistake earlier.
“I’m a private bodyguard. I work on contract.” Eli corrected him.
“Oh well anyway the fuck is with the cloak?” Gunny gestured at the deep blue cloak draped over Eli’s shoulders and body. “You’re in a suit right? Kind of the point of a space suit to be waterproof and somewhat heat proof and shit yeah? Kind of defeats the point of a cloak right? So what gives?”
“It’s about looking stylish. Something you clearly have no concept of Gunnery Sergeant.” Eli’s response seemed to take Gunny by surprise. The Gunny? Was Gunny a nickname or a title? Either way the marines around snickered and chuckled a bit though she could hear Gunny snort.
Barrow took the jumpseat next to her instead of one of the more secure seats. Possibly to help set her at ease. Which she appreciated. “So, Lieutenant. Do you expect this mission to be dangerous?”
“What? Protecting the talks? No. We’ve done this a few times so far. It’s pretty boring. No one has actually done anything. Usually there are some protests. Corp-sec shove people around. Both sides are upset. But no one dies. The talks advance. The miners get a bit more pay and benefits. Both sides are mutually annoyed with the other. And I’m sure in a few years it’ll all happen again.” Barrow shrugged and seemed entirely unconcerned.
“Don’t be so flippant.” Kingus said even as Barrow seemed to dismiss any concerns. “We’ve had some communications troubles from NT-2125. The work of labor agitators no doubt.”
“Communications troubles? Why are you telling us that now?” Barrow asked, showing some concern.
“I thought it was common knowledge?” Kingus sounded genuinely confused that Barrow was unaware of this. “Is it not? Executives on the ground have spoken of damaged communications systems, and delayed reports from outlying facilities.”
“Have there been delays in ore shipments? Or minerals or whatever?” Barrow asked.
“No. In fact due to our exemplary corporate structure we’re seeing increases across the board.” Kingus nodded, clearly proud of this fact.
“So… in your mind the labor agitators are breaking lines of communication. But not… the ore shipments which you find significantly more valuable?” Barrow asked, clearly not buying the idea.
“Don’t be complacent! Just because labor organizers have been rarely violent in the past doesn’t mean it will always be the case! I want your men on their highest alertness lieutenant!” Kingus stressed.
“Yes sir, I’ll be sure to pass that along.” Barrow assured him, even though Mary could tell by his tone that he had no intention of doing anything.
“What’s the planet like?” She asked next.
“The locals have called it Argyle.” Kingus answered. “It’s our largest mining operation and a highlight of our terraforming technology. A dozen zones have been established across the surface and ten of them are already fully habitable without a suit. We expect work to be done on six zones within the solar cycle, and shall open up another dozen to be finished within the next three solar cycles. Mineral and ore outputs are quadruple expectations. Mostly thanks to our unequaled refinery efficiency.”
“Or maybe cause you’re exploiting the shit out of your workers.” Again Gunny muttered this quietly enough to be missed by the others. Mary was settling into her seat as best she could when she heard the engines spool up. Inside the armored cockpit behind her she could hear the pilots flipping switches.
“Systems check complete. Echo shuttle requesting clearance for departure.” She wasn’t sure if that was the pilot or co-pilot. Deeper, possibly male.
“We got a flight plan?” Lighter possible female. Maybe that was the pilot?
“Yeah.” Navigator. Younger, more youthful. Not clear if male or female. “Not much to it. Follow the automated beacons. Their spaceport is big enough for Tagmax freighters so it should be easy peasy lemon squeezy.” Human definitely.
“We’re clear.” Co-pilot.
“Okay.” There was a moment where Mary’s hearing seemed to echo as she heard both the pilot in the cockpit and over the speakers in the hold at the same time. “We’re in real space and disembarking now. Remember to keep your hands and feet inside the ride at all times until we come to a full and complete stop. We know you’ve got no choice in airlines today so suck it up because we’re all you got.” Also definitely human.
Gunny seemed to wiggle and settle in his seat, as if to take a nap. In general the marine chatter in the hold seemed very relaxed and calm. A good sign. The most nervous person was likely Kingus whose breathing she could tell was getting a bit quicker and more nervous. After another few seconds she heard the engine spooling get more intense and the shuttle picked up off the deck. Kingus tensed at this as his hands gripped the seat’s armrests more tightly.
While Mary wished she was in a superior Curator craft she was relatively relaxed. She’d flown many times, especially in her training to make sure she could translate even in stressful situations. Part of her wanted to mute her headset for now, to free herself of the need to listen to every jostle of the shuttle and the people within it, but she knew it was more important to maintain her ability to listen to the flight crew.
For several minutes however she mostly had to fight her growing desire to take a nap. Gunny’s breathing shifted into a soft and consistent snore so he already fell asleep. The gentle rumble of the ship around her and her secure nature also lent itself to a desire to nap… “Hey did we check the sensor calibration before we left?” Navigator.
“Yeah, total systems check. Everything cleared. I’m not seeing any problems.” Pilot.
“Uuuhhh… Okay.” Their tone implied things were not okay. She turned her head a little, and began to dial up her headset, ignoring the other sounds and focusing on the cockpit. Another minute went by as she just had the hum of the engines and marine chatter around her. “We’re sure the sensors were checked?”
“Yeah. Why what’s wrong?” Pilot.
“It’s just… uh… doesn’t make sense. I’m reading like… aaa lot of different atmospheres?” Navigator.
“Yeah. They’re terraforming it. So, a lot of different atmospheric readings.” Co-pilot.
“Sure but… some of these are… bizarre.. Like a… nitrogen? Maybe? And uh… ammonia.” She frowned as the Navigator said this.
“Maybe those are the natural planetary atmosphere. Listen, everything else I’ve got is reading fine.” Pilot.
“Ask ground maybe? Terraforming… accidents?” Navigator.
“Resolute this is Echo Two. Do we have any direct communication with Ground? Over.” Co-pilot. Pause. “No direct comms at this time. But the nav beacons are loud and clear.”
“Probably just some interference. I mean if they’ve had a terraforming accident it’s probably hell on comms.” Pilot.
“Yeah… probably.” Navigator, entirely unconvinced. As she listened she realized Barrow was staring straight at her. Did he suspect something? Was he on their channel?
“Something up?” He asked.
“The navigator thinks there might have been a terraforming accident on the planet.” She explained.
“What? How do you know that?” Barrows looked from her towards the armored door between them.
“I can hear them.” She explained simply.
“Did you say a terraforming accident?” Kinugs looked her way now.
“They say there’s strange atmospherics on the planet.” She revealed.
“I knew it! Labor agitators!” He huffed. “Tell your men to be ready for all manner of terrorism Lieutenant!”
“Mmhh…” Barrow's answer was noncommittal but seemed worried as he focused on Mary. She was still focused on the cockpit however.
“Was there a cruiser in orbit somewhere?” Co-pilot.
“The uh… Tartar or something. At least on the mission brief. We tracking it anywhere?” Pilot.
“I… no. I’ve got us, the orbital refinery platform, and the Resolute.” Navigator.
“Freighters? Shuttles? Corporate Yachts? Anything?” Pilot.
“Nnnnno.” Navigator.
“They aren’t seeing any other traffic in orbit.” She relayed to Barrow.
Barrow cleared his throat and seemed to trigger a mic in his helmet. “Guys, shut the fuck up. Gunny wake up.” A marine besides gunny slapped the man’s shoulder causing him to jerk in his seat and a knife seemed to appear in his hand.
“Wah?” He looked around.
“Something’s up.” Barrow mentioned. “No traffic, planetary comms are down, and terraformers are fucked up.”
Mary expected some smart comment but Gunny tucked his knife away and just listened. “Wait. A… freighter is taking off.” Navigator. “And I’ve got one leaving the orbital platform.”
“Ping them?” Co-pilot. Pilot must have nodded because he continued. “Pinging.” Pause. “Both are automated. Both report… systems are fine. No issues.”
“Nothing from ground? Emergency beacons? Distress? Nothing?” Pilot.
“Nothing.” Co-pilot confirmed.
“I mean… they’d be loath to stop shipping ore. Maybe it’s just really comms trouble and they aren’t flying anything right now. Cruiser might be on the far side assisting with some kind of… recovery effort? I don’t know.” Pilot.
“That might be the case…” The co-pilot did not in fact think that was the case. “Resolute, this is Echo two. Uh… do we have any further… mission details? Are we still go on landing? Over.” He sounded nervous. “We’re still go… they think it’s just comms trouble. But they’re prepping more shuttles now for possible rescue or support efforts.”
“I mean everything I’m seeing is clear. Not even rain clouds.” Pilot.
“They’re saying there’s comms failure on the planet. They’ve found automated traffic only. No distress calls.” Mary relayed. A moment later the pilot keyed in a direct channel and she heard the voice through Barrow’s helmet comm.
“Hey eltea. Just a heads up. We think there’s some kind of comms failure on the planet. And maybe a terraforming accident. No signs of hostile action though. Still prepped to land shortly. But uh giving you a heads up.” So they could talk to him but hadn’t.
“Appreciated. I’ll relay.” He acknowledged. Then she had to try and focus a bit harder as Barrow began to speak to his marines about the situation but the flight crew was still chatting.
“Entering atmo now. Any change in sensor reading?” Pilot.
“No. Area around Argyle looks… okay. Wait, that's the city right?” Navigator.
“Yeah. Uh. Maybe.” Pilot. The shuttle began to shake a bit harder though from what she had experienced before this was just normal for entering atmosphere. They were quiet as the shuttle rumbled. But after another minute the rumbling seemed to get worse instead of better. She was much more acutely aware of the groaning of the metal and just shuddering of everything around her. Kingus’ teeth were rattling and clicking especially. “Okay what the fuck.”
“Yeah… Yeah… Uh… fuck.” Co-pilot. What were they seeing? Just describe it outloud!
“I can’t turn it off. Ground has us locked into our corridor.” Navigator.
“Override!” Pilot.
“I can’t! I’m trying!” Navigator. The shuddering of the shuttle intensified further as it seemed to be moving around, like the pilot was trying to shake them out of whatever their path was and kept getting pulled in. “It’s not using any normal code! I’ve got no fucking clue what this is!”
“WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT!” Mary winced at how loudly the Co-pilot yelled that. So far their voices had been full of stress and anxiety, but not fear, nor had they been loud.
“Jesus!” Pilot. What? What was it? “Look at it fucking move! Chaff! Flares! Dump everything!”
“Brace!” Mary cried out as she clutched her harness. She could hear the deployment of flares and chaff in a rapid series of bops and clanks. Then she could hear something hit the shuttle… But it wasn’t an explosion? Just a meaty metal crunch. Her body jerked hard in the harness as the shuttle around her began to spin, or jerk, or she had no idea but it was twisting violently!
“Fuck!” Pilot
“Watch it!” Co-pilot. Red lights immediately came on in the hold of the shuttle, she could hear as well as feel the violent collision as the port wing slammed into something. For a brief instant she could hear the shattering of glass before her hearing was just overwhelmed by the rest of the crash and the screaming around her. The force yanked her hard against the harness as she heard the terrifying screech of metal being pried apart as the hold and the cockpit sections of the shuttle seemed to detach.
Strapped to the jumpseat she could only watch in horror as the marines before her were suddenly spun in a different direction while Barrow and her were tumbling on the now suddenly exposed outside of the cockpit section. She was screaming as loud as her lungs could bear, but he was oddly quiet. As if resigned to their fate. She could see the city spinning around her, and the straps holding her began to give way as they were never intended for this. Barrow reached out and for a moment she reached towards him but then they hit something hard and her body was sent flying free of the seat.
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2023.06.01 05:01 MatchThreadder Match Thread: Seattle Sounders FC vs San Jose Earthquakes Major League Soccer

FT: Seattle Sounders FC 0-1 San Jose Earthquakes

San Jose Earthquakes scorers: Jeremy Ebobisse (48')
Venue: Lumen Field
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Seattle Sounders FC
Stefan Frei, Xavier Arreaga, Jackson Ragen, Nouhou Tolo (Kelyn Rowe), Alex Roldan, Nicolás Lodeiro, Joshua Atencio, Albert Rusnák (Fredy Montero), Héber (Raúl Ruidíaz), Léo Chú, Dylan Teves (Reed Baker-Whiting).
Subs: Stefan Cleveland, Travian Sousa, Yeimar Gómez, Abdoulaye Cissoko, Sota Kitahara.
San Jose Earthquakes
Daniel, Tanner Beason, Rodrigues, Miguel Trauco, Paul Marie (Daniel Munie), Carlos Gruezo, Jamiro Monteiro (Ousseni Bouda), Jackson Yueill (Michael Baldisimo), Jeremy Ebobisse, Benjamin Kikanovic (Tommy Thompson), Cristian Espinoza.
Subs: William Richmond, JT Marcinkowski, Cameron Cilley, Jack Skahan.
19' Alex Roldan (Seattle Sounders FC) is shown the yellow card.
43' Jackson Ragen (Seattle Sounders FC) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
48' Goal! Seattle Sounders FC 0, San Jose Earthquakes 1. Jeremy Ebobisse (San Jose Earthquakes) left footed shot from very close range to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Rodrigues following a corner.
58' Substitution, Seattle Sounders FC. Reed Baker-Whiting replaces Dylan Teves.
58' Substitution, Seattle Sounders FC. Raúl Ruidíaz replaces Héber.
66' Paul Marie (San Jose Earthquakes) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
72' Substitution, San Jose Earthquakes. Tommy Thompson replaces Benjamin Kikanovic.
72' Substitution, San Jose Earthquakes. Daniel Munie replaces Paul Marie.
73' Substitution, Seattle Sounders FC. Kelyn Rowe replaces Nouhou Tolo.
73' Substitution, Seattle Sounders FC. Fredy Montero replaces Albert Rusnák.
77' Jackson Yueill (San Jose Earthquakes) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
86' Joshua Atencio (Seattle Sounders FC) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
89' Substitution, San Jose Earthquakes. Ousseni Bouda replaces Jamiro Monteiro.
89' Substitution, San Jose Earthquakes. Michael Baldisimo replaces Jackson Yueill.
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2023.06.01 04:33 MatchThreadder Match Thread: Seattle Sounders FC vs San Jose Earthquakes Major League Soccer

FT: Seattle Sounders FC 0-1 San Jose Earthquakes

San Jose Earthquakes scorers: Jeremy Ebobisse (48')
Venue: Lumen Field
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Seattle Sounders FC
Stefan Frei, Xavier Arreaga, Jackson Ragen, Nouhou Tolo (Kelyn Rowe), Alex Roldan, Nicolás Lodeiro, Joshua Atencio, Albert Rusnák (Fredy Montero), Héber (Raúl Ruidíaz), Léo Chú, Dylan Teves (Reed Baker-Whiting).
Subs: Stefan Cleveland, Travian Sousa, Yeimar Gómez, Abdoulaye Cissoko, Sota Kitahara.
San Jose Earthquakes
Daniel, Tanner Beason, Rodrigues, Miguel Trauco, Paul Marie (Daniel Munie), Carlos Gruezo, Jamiro Monteiro (Ousseni Bouda), Jackson Yueill (Michael Baldisimo), Jeremy Ebobisse, Benjamin Kikanovic (Tommy Thompson), Cristian Espinoza.
Subs: William Richmond, JT Marcinkowski, Cameron Cilley, Jack Skahan.
19' Alex Roldan (Seattle Sounders FC) is shown the yellow card.
43' Jackson Ragen (Seattle Sounders FC) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
48' Goal! Seattle Sounders FC 0, San Jose Earthquakes 1. Jeremy Ebobisse (San Jose Earthquakes) left footed shot from very close range to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Rodrigues following a corner.
58' Substitution, Seattle Sounders FC. Reed Baker-Whiting replaces Dylan Teves.
58' Substitution, Seattle Sounders FC. Raúl Ruidíaz replaces Héber.
66' Paul Marie (San Jose Earthquakes) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
72' Substitution, San Jose Earthquakes. Tommy Thompson replaces Benjamin Kikanovic.
72' Substitution, San Jose Earthquakes. Daniel Munie replaces Paul Marie.
73' Substitution, Seattle Sounders FC. Kelyn Rowe replaces Nouhou Tolo.
73' Substitution, Seattle Sounders FC. Fredy Montero replaces Albert Rusnák.
77' Jackson Yueill (San Jose Earthquakes) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
86' Joshua Atencio (Seattle Sounders FC) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
89' Substitution, San Jose Earthquakes. Ousseni Bouda replaces Jamiro Monteiro.
89' Substitution, San Jose Earthquakes. Michael Baldisimo replaces Jackson Yueill.
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2023.06.01 03:37 SafetyJosh4life I have a issue with farming on the garden.

Hey guys, when I use the normal farm setup that everybody recommends for the garden, I can only break the front three or the back two crops in a row of 5.
I’m playing on version 1.8.9, my speed doesn’t matter, I’m farming wheat with the wheat hoe, is there some trick that I don’t know or some enchant that I need to apply to break all of the crops?
It’s not that I’m moving too quickly, I either reach through the front crops or I miss the back crops.
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2023.06.01 02:31 SpeeedyDelivery Any other drivers being held back deliberately at 60-69% AR no matter how many orders you take near the end of the month?

I know for a fact that I've stayed at 66% for the last 10 orders that I accepted and I also know for a fact that I've never taken more than 7 orders in a row before... So what gives?
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2023.06.01 02:10 Flowerworkk Is this account legit?

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2023.06.01 01:36 DeathNote_RM Don't cable not working for H Shifter

So, I got my T300RS 2nd hand a couple years ago, and it's been fine, but the shifter had a USB end that I was hoping to get rid of by using this adapter so I could connect it directly to the wheel base, but it seems to not work at all.
Is there a possibility that my shifter (I don't think it's a TH8A, but it is a TM H pattern) doesn't work when connected directly to the wheel base, or is it more likely the cable is the issue?
Otherwise, any advice on how I can get this to work? TIA
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2023.05.31 23:50 CZanderS2 Odd Fleet Speed Debuff - Not sure what's causing it

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2023.05.31 23:37 GMommarama First Baby Sweater of 2023

First Baby Sweater of 2023
I was gifted a ball of Circulo Anne cotton in Shock Pink during a chance meeting with a yarn rep. It seemed like a good opportunity to knit up a little sweater for a friend's new arrival. I chose Olive's Wrap (https://ravel.me/olives-wrap), and it was such a quick knit I didn't even mind the purl rows! I especially the picot detail in this pattern - so sweet for a little girl!
I really love the yarn! It has a lovely feel and was a breeze to knit. I bought some more for Baby Sweater No. 3 as soon as I finish up Baby Sweater No. 2 (just need to reknit the button band).
GOODNESS! Everyone's having babies around here! I'm in baby sweater knitting heaven! 😍
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