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2023.06.07 10:40 TheBlueScar CAILLOU! WHAT WERE YOU THINKING??!!
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2023.06.07 10:26 tobiodyssey 5kg Haul review!
Got my second overall haul in! It arrived in 12 days to germany using Tariffless Line-B. I used Corner Protection and Stretch film as safety measures and ofc Carton packaging. The pandabuy service was great and I will be buying again! Now to the individual reviews:submitted by tobiodyssey to Pandabuy [link] [comments]
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There was another yeezy but I gave that to my friend and he wears it everyday and is very happy! The last pic is the package itself, it arrived in good form, I am very happy!
2023.06.07 10:25 Otherwise-Major5583 Why does our skin need antioxidants?
Skin antioxidation is an important concept in skincare as it helps protect the skin from damage caused by environmental pollution, UV radiation, and free radicals. Here are some methods and antioxidant products that can help in skin antioxidation:submitted by Otherwise-Major5583 to u/Otherwise-Major5583 [link] [comments]
- Vitamin E: It protects the skin from free radical damage and provides moisturization and protection to the skin barrier.
- Green tea extract: It contains antioxidant polyphenols, which can help reduce inflammation and protect the skin.
- Tea polyphenols: Extracted from plants such as grape seeds and pine bark, they contribute to keeping the skin youthful and healthy.
For example, the Lancôme Advanced Génifique Dual Concentrate serum is suitable for skin types prone to staying up late, dullness, and roughness. It is a dual-phase oil-in-water texture serum that is lightweight, easily absorbed, and leaves a refreshing sensation. It effectively regulates the skin's oil-water balance and provides anti-aging benefits through its antioxidation properties while maintaining a lightweight texture and providing a comfortable level of moisture.
Another eye cream I have been loving lately is Viicode's eye cream, which contains their unique core ingredient, EOPE, an active oxygen plant extract. It enhances the skin's ability to absorb oxygen and neutralizes excess oxygen free radicals, thereby achieving skin antioxidation. Consistent use of this eye cream has improved the condition of the skin around my eyes, providing a pleasant experience and effectively addressing issues like dark circles and fine lines caused by staying up late.
2023.06.07 10:20 matthewjosi420 Planet of the grapes new strains
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2023.06.07 10:20 Wooxy117 6/7/23 Wednesday Premarket-Afterhours. SPY is 📉. BTC is WAY 📉. HSI is 📉. Let’s Win Together! 🍀
”They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself." — Andy Warhol.submitted by Wooxy117 to FriendsTogetherWeWin [link] [comments]
Good Morning everyone! ☀️
Here is my premarket report. Let’s have a great middle of the week with some Wednesday wins!
Here are some potential winners. Some tickers listed may not be heavy green currently as they open up later:
DAILY WINNERS/POTENTIAL PICKS
The Big Four * SPY - is 📈 * VIX - 📉 Above $20 is bearish, below $20 is bullish * BTC - is 📉 a lot * HSI - is 📈
Stocks/Daily Picks * APLD - Consistent winner * APPD - Consistent winner * BOIL - Has been on a consistent uptrend again * TORO - Huge short interest building up & company is sound * BBBYQ - Bankruptcy play is still in the air as we do not have all of the details yet. Slowly been walking up * BLBX - Consistent winner * REI * CXAI - Short interest increasing quite a bit * VIX - Loading up since SPY is running * UVXY - Same thing as VIX, only cheaper to load. I am in at $3.05 * MARA - Consistent winner * RIOT - Consistent winner * PBI
Options * Spy - Straddles with itm calls & puts * Spy - Straggles leaning toward puts, I’ve been grabbing cheap ones 2:1 put:call ratio as I still think the market is going to fall hard * KRE - Strangles leaning toward puts * VIX - calls 1+ weeks out * Updating section
Swing Trades * Updating section
Previous After-hours (Ordered based on volume/%) * FFIE * TTOO * FRZA * AVRO * BBLG * SVRE * SXTC * YEXT * GDYN * ALVR * APYX * EFTR * HOTH * QBTS
Todays Movers * Will post closer to 4:30am ET
Crypto * BTC - If this is pumping, the stocks under this will rally, likewise for any dips * CLSK * COIN * EH * MARA * MSTR * RIOT
ALWAYS do your DD and make a rational decision that works the best for you, always. Nothing posted in these threads is financial advice in the least and should not be construed as such
Hope these are some decent starting ideas and as always, let’s get some wins! 🍀🏆
2023.06.07 09:59 browsielurker I am constantly hungry
2023.06.07 09:46 Plants_scare_me Why I hate vegans
2023.06.07 09:41 Significant_Ranger_1 Drafting Best Player Available
2023.06.07 09:38 huntthewind1971 What do you think? Did I see a ghost?
2023.06.07 09:26 EmpedoclesTheWizard d100 Potion Gonzo Properties (visual, mouthfeel, and flavor)
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|7||Opaque foliage green||Brackish||Oregano||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|10||Opaque peacock blue||Hot||Cumin||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|11||Opaque royal blue||Icy||Strawberry||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|13||Opaque royal purple||Gaseous||Cherry||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|14||Opaque lilac||Watery with clots||Banana||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|15||Opaque pink||Creamy with clots||Pineapple||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|16||Opaque orange||Syrupy with clots||Orange||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|17||Opaque lemon yellow||Lumpy with clots||Sour Apple||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|18||Opaque ivory||Sticky with clots||Pear||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|19||Opaque black||Fizzy with clots||Raspberry||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|20||Opaque grey||Brackish with clots||Kiwi||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|21||Translucent white||Warm with clots||Watermelon||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|22||Translucent crimson||Cool with clots||Cantaloupe||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|23||Translucent burgundy||Hot with clots||Honeydew melon||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|24||Translucent brown||Icy with clots||Canary melon||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|25||Translucent tan||Refreshing with clots||Sour melon||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|26||Translucent sage||Gaseous with clots||Peanut||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|27||Translucent foliage green||Watery with hairy bits||Almond||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|28||Translucent aquamarine||Creamy with hairy bits||Hazelnut||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|29||Translucent teal||Syrupy with hairy bits||Cashew||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|30||Translucent peacock blue||Lumpy with hairy bits||Walnut||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|31||Translucent royal blue||Sticky with hairy bits||Carrot||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|32||Translucent navy||Fizzy with hairy bits||Celery||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|33||Translucent royal purple||Brackish with hairy bits||Cucumber||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|34||Translucent lilac||Warm with hairy bits||Spinach||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|35||Translucent pink||Cool with hairy bits||Broccoli||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|36||Translucent orange||Hot with hairy bits||Sour cabbage||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|37||Translucent lemon yellow||Icy with hairy bits||Green bean||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|38||Translucent ivory||Refreshing with hairy bits||Radish||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|39||Translucent black||Gaseous with hairy bits||Artichoke||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|40||Translucent grey||Watery with grit||Kale||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|41||Bubbly white||Creamy with grit||Cola||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|42||Bubbly crimson||Syrupy with grit||Orange creamsicle||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|43||Bubbly burgundy||Lumpy with grit||Bubblegum||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|44||Bubbly brown||Sticky with grit||Popcorn||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|45||Bubbly tan||Fizzy with grit||Hotdog||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|46||Bubbly sage||Brackish with grit||Corndog||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|47||Bubbly foliage green||Warm with grit||Chicken schwarma||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|48||Bubbly aquamarine||Cool with grit||Falafel||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|49||Bubbly teal||Hot with grit||Pepperoni pizza||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|50||Bubbly peacock blue||Icy with grit||Spicy mayo||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|51||Bubbly royal blue||Refreshing with grit||Miso||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|52||Bubbly navy||Gaseous with grit||Raw salmon||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|53||Bubbly royal purple||Watery with chewy bits||Raw tuna||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|54||Bubbly lilac||Creamy with chewy bits||Raw octopus||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|55||Bubbly pink||Syrupy with chewy bits||Raw crab||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|56||Bubbly orange||Lumpy with chewy bits||Tempura shrimp||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|57||Bubbly lemon yellow||Sticky with chewy bits||Terayaki beef||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|58||Bubbly ivory||Fizzy with chewy bits||Wasabi||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|59||Bubbly black||Brackish with chewy bits||Pickled ginger||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|60||Bubbly grey||Warm with chewy bits||Soya sauce||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|61||Sparkly white||Cool with chewy bits||Creamy mustard||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|62||Sparkly crimson||Hot with chewy bits||Ketchup||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|63||Sparkly burgundy||Icy with chewy bits||Steak sauce||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|64||Sparkly brown||Refreshing with chewy bits||Relish||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|65||Sparkly tan||Gaseous with chewy bits||Hot sauce||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|66||Sparkly sage||Watery with spiky bits||Coarse mustard||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|67||Sparkly foliage green||Creamy with spiky bits||Mayonnaise||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|68||Sparkly aquamarine||Syrupy with spiky bits||Vinegar||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|69||Sparkly teal||Lumpy with spiky bits||Salt||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|70||Sparkly peacock blue||Sticky with spiky bits||Pepper||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|71||Sparkly royal blue||Fizzy with spiky bits||Sour cream & onion chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|72||Sparkly navy||Brackish with spiky bits||Ketchup chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|73||Sparkly royal purple||Warm with spiky bits||Salt & vinegar chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|74||Sparkly lilac||Cool with spiky bits||BBQ sauce chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|75||Sparkly pink||Hot with spiky bits||Dill pickle chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|76||Sparkly orange||Icy with spiky bits||Lime & black pepper chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|77||Sparkly lemon yellow||Refreshing with spiky bits||Bacon chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|78||Sparkly ivory||Gaseous with spiky bits||Sweet chili chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|79||Sparkly black||Watery with clingy squares||BBQ chicken chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|80||Sparkly grey||Creamy with clingy squares||Cheddar jalapeño chips||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|81||Streaky white in black||Syrupy with clingy squares||Black licorice||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|82||Streaky crimson in dark green||Lumpy with clingy squares||Sour milk||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|83||Streaky burgundy in lime green||Sticky with clingy squares||Rotting rice||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|84||Streaky brown in gold||Fizzy with clingy squares||Sulfur||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|85||Streaky tan in dark pink||Brackish with clingy squares||Marshmallow||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|86||Streaky sage in crimson||Warm with clingy squares||Cloyingly Sweet||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|87||Streaky foliage green in salmon||Cool with clingy squares||Hop paste||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|88||Streaky aquamarine in dandelion yellow||Hot with clingy squares||Lemon juice||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|89||Streaky teal in chiffon||Icy with clingy squares||Grapefruit juice||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|90||Streaky peacock blue in burn orange||Refreshing with clingy squares||Anchovy Paste||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|91||Streaky royal blue in creamy orange||Gaseous with clingy squares||Sriracha||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|92||Streaky navy in pastel orange||Watery with icy minty bits||Mesquite||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|93||Streaky royal purple in chiffon||Creamy with icy minty bits||Cauliflower||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|94||Streaky lilac lemon yellow||Syrupy with icy minty bits||Smog||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|95||Streaky pink in pine green||Lumpy with icy minty bits||Mineral Oil||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|96||Streaky orange in lilac||Sticky with icy minty bits||Soy Milk||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|97||Streaky lemon yellow in dark purple||Fizzy with icy minty bits||Charred pasta||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|98||Streaky ivory in charcoal grey||Brackish with icy minty bits||Raw onion||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|99||Streaky black in whie||Warm with icy minty bits||Cheap gas station coffee, black||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
|100||Streaky grey in transparent||Cool with icy minty bits||Earl grey tea||[[EmpedoclesTheWizard|
2023.06.07 08:54 Wooden_Bedroom_1352 Rant
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2023.06.07 08:43 ILoveWhiteCastle_BOT About 15 seconds after getting out of the car at White Castle in Bowling Green, Ky.
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2023.06.07 08:15 Misty_Esoterica How to be Evil at Clue/Cluedo Without Breaking the Rules: A Guide
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2023.06.07 08:05 hnqn1611 TOP 10 Things to do in MADRID - [2023 Travel Guide]
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In this post, we'll show you the top 10 things to do in Madrid. This post is based on our fun trip to the Spain’s capital city. Don't forget to like this post, subscribe to our channel, and enable notifications. And share your own experience or ask a question in the comments below. Sponsored by Beeyond compression packing cubes for travel. The link is in the description. And stick around until the end because we have a bonus for you.
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Here are our top 10 picks:
Number 10: Plaza Mayor Plaza Mayor is one of the most important public spaces in Madrid. The square which once hosted coronations and executions, was first constructed in the 16th century. The square’s name and functions changed several times over the course of history, but it started out as a popular marketplace. Today, Plaza Mayor is famous for outdoor cafes and restaurants, the statue of Philip III on a horse, and the much-anticipated Christmas market. Don’t skip one of many entrances to Plaza Major, such as Arco de Los Cuchilleros, the most famous one. The square is home to the historic Casa de la Panaderìa, which served as the town’s main bakery hundreds of years ago. It is now also home to The Madrid Tourism Center. Visit other squares in Madrid, like the famous Puerta del Sol dating back to the 15th century.
Number 9: Food & markets Madrid is packed with exquisite bars, elegant restaurants, colorful markets, and sophisticated outdoor terraces. The city is a melting pot of Spanish cuisine, highlighting the country's diverse food culture. Start your day with a serving of tasty churros dipped in hot chocolate at Chocolatería San Ginés. Spaniards are known for going big for lunch, so huevos rotos, paella or any other typical spanish meal is a great option. Enjoy your lunch or dinner at authentic places, like Casa Toni, and order one of many delicious food options. And finish your day at the most popular food market in Madrid, Mercado de San Miguel, and try delicious appetizers called tapas with a glass of authentic Spanish wine. This century-old food hall is famous for its cast-iron structure and with its ideal and convenient central location, and flavors of every corner of Spain, the Mercado de San Miguel attracts over 10 million visitors annually. Visit also other food markets across Madrid.
Number 8: El Retiro Park El Retiro is a vast green space, home to expensive gardens, beautiful lakes, and numerous historic buildings. Once a royal park designed for King Felipe IV in the 17th century, El Retiro is now a popular public area. Rent a boat at El Retiro Pond, an artificial lake, The magnificent Palacio de Cristal or Glass Palace conservatory, a former greenhouse that now houses art exhibitions. On any given day, the park is filled with people of all ages enjoying the outdoors, including local musicians and performers entertaining the public, especially on weekends. Don’t skip the Monument to Alfonso XII, The Rose Garden, with over 4,000 roses, and Puerta de Alcalá, once the main entrance to the city, located just outside the park. Did you know that the park was once a part of a royal palace complex, but during the Peninsular War at the beginning of the 19th century, the building was seriously damaged and couldn’t be restored? Madrid offers other beautiful parks. Check our travel guide for more suggestions. By the way, our mobile-friendly travel guide covers the top 20 things to do in Madrid, including maps, opening hours, links to buy tickets, and other information. By purchasing our travel guide, you are also helping us sustain this channel, so a big thank you for that!
Number 7: Matadero Madrid Matadero Madrid is a cultural arts center located in a former slaughterhouse and cattle market built between 1911 and 1925. The complex is now home to several contemporary art studios, museums, exhibition areas, and theaters. After its successful renovation in 2006, Matadero Madrid caters to various fields of art interests with numerous programs you can visit, including ongoing art exhibitions in one of many buildings across the complex. We visited a unique immersive experience in Madrid Artes Digitales, exploring the evolution of works of Gustav Klims through virtual reality, exhibition spaces, and an interactive room. And while you are in the area, you can explore the beautiful Madrid Rio Park and the banks of Manzanares River.
Number 6: Palacio de Cibeles The Palacio de Cibeles, inaugurated in 1919 is an exquisite example of Neoclassical architecture. This iconic building once housed the city's main post office and telegraph and telephone headquarters. The building is now home to Madrid City Council, used as a City Hall and a public cultural center. Don’t skip the magnificent Glass Gallery, a multi-purpose venue for various events, or the stunning view of the city at the Mirador observation deck. Check our Madrid walking tour to get the real feel of the surroundings and the entire city. The link is in the description.
Number 5: Atocha Train Station Madrid's central station, the Atocha Train Station from mid 19th century, is a sight worth visiting, even if you’re not traveling by train. This unique transportation hub is also a gateway to Madrid for travelers to other parts of Spain and Europe. Over a century after it was constructed, Atocha's old train shed was transformed into a luxury hub in 1992 and now includes the Greenhouse Atocha, a botanical garden composed of an extensive collection of tropical plants. The greenery is a great and relaxing sight for the passengers. Did you know that Gustave Eiffel, the leading engineer of the famous Eiffel Tower, collaborated on the renovation project of the train station?
Number 4: Templo de Debod Experience a piece of Egypt right in the heart of Madrid. Templo de Debod is an actual over 2,000-years old temple relocated from Egypt, originally a shrine built to worship the Egyptian god Amun. The temple was a gift of gratitude by the Egyptian government to Spain in 1968, after the UNESCO’s efforts to help save several monuments and archaeological sites from being destroyed while constructing the Aswan High Dam on the Nile River. You can also visit the interiors and admire its hieroglyphics and sculptures. If you don't have time to visit the interiors, also because there is usually a very long line of people waiting to see the temple from the inside, you can still admire it from the outside. It is especially enchanting during the sunset. Surrounded by charming parks and gardens, the site is a local favorite for scenic strolls, picnics, and even yoga.
Number 3: Queen Sofia Arts Center From classical collections to modern installations, Madrids’s Golden Triangle of Art consists of three world-class museums and is considered a mecca of global excellence in art, history, and culture. Visit Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, a museum of 20th-century art opened in 1992. The museum is named after Queen Sofia and is situated close to CaixaForum art center. Queen Sofia Arts Center houses a collection of art from some of the most famous artists in history, including Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of interactive exhibits, making it an ideal place to spend the afternoon. In addition to the arts center, the museum also houses a library, auditorium, and café. This video is sponsored by Beeyond, helping you save space when you travel and organize your suitcase. A revolutionary new way to organize your luggage consists of a set of small and large packing cubes. Once you're done packing, just close both zippers, compress the air out of your packing cubes like this, and voila, your clothes are compressed, and your luggage is organized. We use Beeyond packing cubes on our travels, and they are even designed to fit your carry-on. Visit Beeyond's Amazon page to get your own compression packing cube set. The link is in the description.
Number 2: Gran Vía Spain’s vibrant capital is also a renowned shopping destination. Gran Vía is Madrid’s most famous street, also known for its iconic and remarkable architecture. Built between 1910 and 1930, Gran Via was essential to Madrid’s development and modernization. Tagged as the street that never sleeps, the Gran Via also boasts next-level nightlife experiences, driven by luxurious bars, renowned theater productions, high-end street art, world-class designer stores, and enormous shopping malls. You will hardly run out of options in Gran Via, with the numerous stores by popular fashion brands such as Zara, Mango, Primark and high-end boutiques. Besides shopping, visitors can also watch theater and musical shows since the city is also known as the Spanish Broadway. Don’t skip the first skyscraper in Spain or the Iconic Metropolis office building, one of the major highlights of Gran Via. BTW, did you know that the biggest Zara store in the world is located on Gran Via, right across from Plaza de España.
Number 1: Palacio Real A visit the Palacio Real will take you on a journey through Spain’s royal history. The Royal Palace of Madrid is the official home of the Spanish Royal family. And while the royal family no longer actually lives there, the palace is still used for state ceremonial purposes. The palace, open to the public, comprises over 3,000 rooms, including the Throne Room and the Royal Armoury. Next to the palace is the Neo-Romanesque crypt Catedral de Almudena, the seat of Madrid’s Roman Catholic Archdiocese, consecrated by Pope John Paul II in 1993. Behind Madrid’s grandest church is Parque de Emir Mohamed, the location of the ruins of the Muslim Walls, built in the 9th century during the Muslim occupation of the Iberian Peninsula. Don't miss beautiful Neoclassical Sabatini Garden right next to the palace or an English-style garden - Campo del Moro. And here is the bonus that we promised. Flamenco is Spain's most celebrated dance and music style, commonly performed through rhythmic clapping, feet stamping, and emotional vocals and guitar. So, if you have some time left, visit one of the countless flamenco shows thought the city. Although flamenco is a form of Spanish folk music and dance that originated in the Andalusian region, Madrid became a epicenter for those looking to succeed in this special genre. This unique art form is believed to have developed from intermingling cultres of Andalusian Roma, Sephardic Jews and Moors from southern Spain. There are many other attractions and neighborhoods to discover in Madrid. We wish you a fantastic trip to this amazing metropolis!
2023.06.07 08:03 phbarnhart Completed the set today!
We picked up the family hauler today. Green on green.submitted by phbarnhart to Rivian [link] [comments]
I haven’t had the chance to drive it much but it’s smoother accelerating than my year old R1T (about 14k miles). I put in a service request and now have a half-shaft replacement scheduled.
My wife seems to really like it. She’s not a car person but spent some time in it this evening going through things to get it set up how she likes it.
2023.06.07 07:45 No_Bobcat_6960 My dog tore my mom's hand to the point where she now needs to get reconstructive surgery.
2023.06.07 07:41 Life_of_Reilly Brushless doesn't necessarily mean that the tool can take advantage of the High Performance batteries
After a discussion here where I noticed that an assumption was made that newer HP brushless tools can take advantage of the HP+ batteries.submitted by Life_of_Reilly to ryobi [link] [comments]
I went out to the garage and grabbed some at hand to check. Oh man was I disappointed. Only one of the tools (the angle grinder) can use the extra contacts. The rest?
When I get a chance I'll go catalogue all of the little green monsters (I may have a problem...) to see which of them can drink deeply from the new shiny silver batteries and which cannot.
But for now, in just going to assume that only the types of devices that routinely need additional torque in a hurry (impacts, circular saws, grinders, etc.) will or might have that extra battery pick-up.
2023.06.07 07:30 curvingtheball Picks for Game 3. Looks green to me 💚🤑
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