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2023.04.01 19:16 clueless_as_fuck Colin Bot - Lincoln Logs and Colin backstory in medival tone please

Okay, I’ll try to write a backstory for Colin using Lincoln Logs in a medieval tone. Here goes:
Colin was a young lad who lived in a small village in the kingdom of Logland. He had a passion for building things with Lincoln Logs, which were wooden blocks that could be stacked and interlocked to form various structures. He would spend hours in his backyard, creating castles, towers, bridges, and anything else he could imagine. He dreamed of becoming a famous architect and engineer someday, and impressing the king with his designs.
One day, he heard that the king was holding a contest for the best Lincoln Log creation in the land. The winner would receive a large sum of gold and a chance to work at the royal palace. Colin was overjoyed and decided to enter the contest. He gathered all his Lincoln Logs and started working on his masterpiece. He wanted to build something that would showcase his skills and creativity, something that no one had ever seen before.
He worked day and night, barely eating or sleeping, until he finished his project. It was a magnificent model of the king’s castle, complete with walls, towers, gates, and even a moat. It was so detailed and realistic that it looked like a miniature version of the real thing. Colin was proud of his work and hoped that it would win the contest.
He carefully packed his creation in a large wooden crate and loaded it on a wagon. He hitched his horse to the wagon and set off for the capital city, where the contest was being held. Along the way, he met many other contestants who were also bringing their Lincoln Log creations. Some of them were friendly and complimented Colin on his work. Others were jealous and tried to sabotage him by throwing rocks at his wagon or cutting his horse’s reins. Colin managed to avoid these obstacles and reached the city safely.
He arrived at the palace grounds, where a large tent had been set up for the contest. He registered his name and number and waited for his turn to present his creation to the king and the judges. He saw many amazing Lincoln Log creations on display, such as a dragon, a ship, a cathedral, and a pyramid. He felt nervous but confident that his castle would stand out among them.
Finally, it was his turn. He wheeled his crate to the center of the tent and opened it. He carefully lifted his castle out of the crate and placed it on a large table. He stepped back and admired his work. It looked even more impressive under the bright lights of the tent. He heard gasps and murmurs from the crowd as they saw his creation.
The king and the judges approached the table and examined Colin’s castle closely. They were amazed by its accuracy and complexity. They asked Colin how long it took him to build it, how many Lincoln Logs he used, and what inspired him to make it. Colin answered their questions politely and modestly. He told them that he loved building things with Lincoln Logs since he was a child, and that he wanted to honor the king by making a replica of his castle.
The king was touched by Colin’s words and impressed by his talent. He declared Colin the winner of the contest and awarded him with a bag of gold coins and a medal of honor. He also invited him to stay at the palace as his guest and offered him a job as his personal architect and engineer. Colin was overjoyed and accepted the king’s offer gratefully.
He thanked the king and the judges for their kindness and generosity. He also thanked his parents, who had supported him throughout his life, and his horse, who had carried him to the city safely. He waved to the crowd, who cheered for him loudly.
Colin’s dream had come true. He had won the contest with his Lincoln Log castle, and he had become a famous architect and engineer in Logland. He lived happily ever after at the palace, where he continued to build amazing things with Lincoln Logs.
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2023.03.31 22:26 JDB58 [NH34A/4R34] Trimming Dial for NH34 Movement + Cases

[NH34A/4R34] Trimming Dial for NH34 Movement + Cases
I hope this is the appropriate place to ask. I'm in the process of choosing parts to build my 'work watch' - a GMT using the NH34 Movement. While looking for a dial, I found one that is perfect- except it is way too big for the movement and cases I plan to use. The dial is 33mm in diameter and needs to be trimmed to fit into the case. Has anyone had any experience with this? I also suspect I would have to trim the dial feet.
A way I think I could do this is attaching the dial to the wheel of a dremel (like you would a cutoff wheel) and rotating the dial while gently trimming the edge away with sandpaper or a file. Is this a good idea or a total blunder? I know I would probably lose the seconds increments around the edge but that's ok, the main focus of this is the 24-hour scale.
Alternatively, does anyone know how/where I could have a replica of this dial printed if this doesn't work?
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2023.03.31 17:32 Geezzer8 The lowest board with Carver CX trucks (wheelbite question)

Heyo dudes, I'm looking to try a new setup to cruise around my city with.
Right now I ride a Carver Greenroom C7 with 71mm wheels and it's great, but my main problem with it is how high it is. I need both riser pads to avoid wheelbite, and I usually chicken out in dodgy spots and curbs because I feel so high and unstable.
I'm keen to try the CX for other reasons, but I'm starting to wonder if I should look for decks with wheel flares or wells to avoid having to put on risers. Would this work with surfskate trucks as well considering the extra range of movement?
If any of you have experience or ideas lemme know, cheers

Example of a complete that shows you don't need risers: https://loadedboards.com/products/loaded-carver-bolsa-longboard-skateboard
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2023.03.31 03:33 lexitravel Day 1 to London

I've always wanted to visit London, the capital of England and one of the most famous cities in the world. So when I had the chance to go there for a day-trip with my friend Sarah, I was super excited. We took the train from Manchester early in the morning and arrived at London Euston station around 9 am. We decided to buy a one-day travel card that would allow us to use the buses and the underground (or the tube, as they call it) for unlimited rides.

Our first stop was Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Queen and the place where the famous changing of the guard ceremony takes place. We got there just in time to see the guards in their red uniforms and black hats marching and playing music. It was quite a spectacle and we took lots of photos. We also saw some squirrels running around in the nearby St James's Park, which was very cute.

Next, we walked along The Mall, a wide road lined with flags and trees, towards Trafalgar Square, where we saw the iconic Nelson's Column and the four lion statues. We also visited the National Gallery, which is a huge art museum that houses some of the most famous paintings in the world, such as Van Gogh's Sunflowers and Monet's Water Lilies. We spent about an hour there, admiring the artworks and learning about their history.

After that, we took the tube to Westminster, where we saw the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, the famous clock tower that is currently under renovation. We also crossed Westminster Bridge and saw the London Eye, a giant ferris wheel that offers panoramic views of the city. We didn't have time to ride it, but we took some selfies with it in the background.

We then walked along the South Bank of the River Thames, where we saw many street performers and artists. We also passed by Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, a replica of the original theatre where his plays were performed. We stopped for lunch at a pub near London Bridge, where we had some fish and chips and a pint of beer. It was delicious and filling.

After lunch, we took another tube ride to Tower Hill, where we visited the Tower of London, a historic castle that was once a prison and a royal palace. We saw the Crown Jewels, which are a collection of precious gems and jewels that belong to the monarchy. They were very shiny and impressive. We also saw some ravens, which are said to protect the tower from evil. According to legend, if they ever leave, the tower and the kingdom will fall.

Our last stop was Covent Garden, a lively area full of shops, cafes, theatres and street performers. We did some souvenir shopping at the market and watched some amazing acts by magicians, singers and acrobats. We also had some tea and scones at a cute tea shop, which was very cozy and relaxing.

We had a wonderful time in London and we wished we could stay longer. But it was already getting dark and we had to catch our train back to Manchester. We said goodbye to London and promised to come back again someday. It was a day-trip to remember.
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2023.03.30 19:46 travelersessentials Places to visit in the USA

Places to visit in the USA
With over 9 million square kilometers of land, the United States offers the world great and exemplary cities, magnificent national parks, beaches, and enchanting islands.
Besides being a military power, North America is also one of the world's most visited countries due to its number two position in tourism.
Here are our Top 28 Best Tourist Places in the United States.

  1. New Orleans
The southeast Louisiana city of New Orleans is described as beautiful, vibrant, relaxed and fun.
With its French and Spanish heritage, as well as its accentuated Afro-American features, it expresses American multiculturalism in its architecture, music, and cuisine.
Since President Thomas Jefferson bought New Orleans from Napoleon Bonaparte for $15 million, it has been a wonderful rarity in America.
The French Quarter is the most eclectic city in the country, with its cultural hallmarks added throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.
  1. Memphis
The Memphis of Elvis Presley holds true material and spiritual jewels behind its industrial facade.
Among the most influential music venues in the United States is Memphis. This is where Johnny Cash, the king of the country, B.B. King, the king of blues, and Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll performed.
In spite of Graceland, Elvis's mansion, and Beale Street club, where B.B. 's guitar was played, Memphis isn't just about music.
It was built in the same place where Martin Luther King Jr., leader of the civil rights movement for African Americans, was assassinated. Civil rights have been a long-standing struggle for black Americans.
Also worth visiting are the Museum of Childhood, the Pink Palace Museum, Isla Mud, and the Memphis Pyramid.
  1. Asheville
Asheville, located in the Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina, is known for its vast green spaces and craft beer.
There are numerous parks and picturesque mountain paths to breathe fresh air and contemplate beautiful landscapes for those who enjoy hiking, excursions, and simply walking.
The Biltmore estate, the country's largest private mansion, is very close to Asheville. Magnate George Vanderbilt commissioned the construction of this 250-room palace and 50,000-hectare estate.
It's possible you'll stay in the same room that America's greatest inventors, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, John Rockefeller, and the escapist Harry Houdini, Enrico Caruso, once stayed at the Grove Park Inn. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the former president.
There is no shortage of azaleas at Cape Fear Botanic Gardens, and their spectacular spring blooms fill the air with color.
Basilica of San Lorenzo boasts North America's largest free-standing elliptical dome, a turn-of-the-20th-century temple.
  1. Redwood National Park
There are 540 km2 of physical space in the far north of California, off the Pacific coast. Redwood trees can reach heights of more than 115 meters and can live for up to 3 thousand years in the forest.
You will gain a better understanding of what humans represent in the ecosystem if you picnic or camp near these giants of nature.
Redwood's roads take you deep into the woods or close to the coast's beautiful beaches.
This park, which was used in the film Return of the Jedi from the Star Wars saga, is home to brown pelicans, white-headed sea eagles, northern spotted owls, and Steller sea lions.
  1. Denver
In the Rocky Mountains at 1,600 meters above sea level, Denver is a large Colorado city. A combination of natural spaces and man-made comforts.
Tourists and businessmen visit the city to enjoy its charms and take advantage of its economic strength.
For outdoor recreation, Rocky Mountain National Park, Cheesman Park, the Botanical Gardens, and the Zoological Gardens are excellent choices.
In spite of not competing in height with nearby skyscrapers, the cathedral-basilica dedicated to the Immaculate Conception stands out for its sober beauty.
  1. Glacier National Park
With more than 4,100 km2, this park borders Canada and has 130 lakes, in addition to its two mountain systems, Lewis and Livingston.
There are an infinite number of species of flora and fauna in the high snow-capped mountains, including the mountain goat, the park's official symbol.
After shaping its mountains and leaving amazing beauty spots, the glaciers that have disappeared in the last 15,000 years gave this place its name.
Grizzly bears, mules, mouflons, and Canadian lynx are among the species protected in Glacier National Park, one of the best-preserved ecosystems in the country.
The activities to be carried out include fishing, alpine skiing, camping, and hiking.
7. Chicago
Chicago, the "windy city", probably has the best weather in the country.
Restaurants and menus from all over the world make up its gastronomic offer. Likewise, Chicago is the axis of the manifestation of human genius in art and culture.
The Field Museum of Natural History houses more than 20 million natural and cultural objects, making it one of the world's largest museums. The museum's collection of fossils includes Sue, the most complete tyrannosaurus ever found by science.
Chicago has a rich and influential musical life, similar to Memphis. Chicago Blues, Gospel, jazz, Chicago Soul, hip-hop, and the city's top orchestra can be heard there.
8. Natchez
Rich cotton plantation owners looking for a more pleasant summer vacation destination built Natchez's stately porticoed mansions in the 19th century.
In the midst of its large and beautiful gardens, Longwood, which was left unfinished by the civil war, remains very well preserved.
One of the architectural jewels of the southern United States, the cathedral-basilica of Santa Maria impresses with its interior view.
You should visit Natchez just to see the sunsets over the Mississippi River.
9. New York
The "navel of the world", the "capital of the world", the "city that never sleeps", and the "big apple", are some of the adjectives that describe New York.
With millions of residents in a metropolis where more than 170 languages are spoken, it is as rich in culture as it is in population.
There is no comparison to its culinary, museum, artistic, theatrical, musical, audiovisual, festive, sports, and shopping offerings.
The Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Empire State, Rockefeller Center, and Central Park are must-sees. A majestic man-made waterfall on the East River was recently added to this list.
10. Savannah
Despite being challenged for his brutal scorched earth policy during the Civil War, General William Sherman refused to destroy Savannah.
With its boats plying the river that gives it its name, its boulevards with trees that join their crowns making natural vaults, its traditional homes, and its parks and squares, Savannah embodies the old southern spirit like few cities.
Fans of paranormal phenomena will feel at home in this Georgian city, where "ghosts" are everywhere. At least 50 buildings in this "bewitched city" are said to have extrasensory manifestations, which is why it is called a "bewitched city."
Savannah's Gothic-style synagogue is a curiosity.
11. Grand Canyon
There are no words to describe how impressive the Grand Canyon is. The extent of its length exceeds 440 km and its chilling abysses exceed 1,600 meters.
Getting down to the Colorado River's bed is the best way to appreciate this work of nature. Water carved the gorge in a thousand-year-old erosive process.
Among the recreational activities offered by tour operators are hiking, mule rides, hiking, and rafting.
The Skywalk, a walkway with a glass floor more than 1,200 meters high, is an experience that cannot be missed. It's crazy!
12. Nashville
The Parthenon, a replica of the famous Greek building built at the end of the 19th century, is one of the reasons Nashville is called the "Athens of the South" for its educational system and architecture.
There is a 13-meter-high gold-plated statue of Athena in this Parthenon.
Tennessee's capital is also known as "Music City.". You can enjoy neoclassical architecture, a musical atmosphere, and home-style southern cuisine here.
The state capitol is housed in an elegant Greek Neo-Renaissance building built in the mid-19th century.
From colonization through the 20th century, the Tennessee State Museum offers an entertaining look at the state's history.
13. Saint Francis
Another American microcosm featuring cultures and people from all over the world can be found in the beautiful Californian city.
Its high standard of living is supported by the technological development of Silicon Valley, where Apple was born.
Golden Gate, now 81 years old, remains the city's iconic structure. Symbolic cable tram rides that go up the streets continue to attract tourists.
A visit to the oldest Chinatown in the United States is a must if you want to taste ancient and fascinating oriental cuisine.
260 meters high, the Transamerica Pyramid is the tallest skyscraper in San Francisco.
Throughout the year, the city by the bay hosts museums, musical and cultural festivals, sporting events, and shows of all kinds.
14. Lake Tahoe
Despite global warming and droughts, Lake Tahoe, located in the Sierra Nevada at almost 1,900 meters above sea level, has managed to preserve its reputation as one of the purest and clear bodies of water in the United States.
There are quaint towns and cities such as Reno and Carson City along the lake's perimeter.
In winter, Lake Tahoe and its surroundings are popular ski resorts, while in summer, hiking and boating are popular.
Bonanza often featured the blue waters of the lake, which has also been the setting for movies such as X-Men (2 and 3) and The Godfather.
15. Miami
There's nothing like a beach party in Miami. Several industries (commerce, communications, entertainment, finance) make the city one of the world's wealthiest metropolises, wealth that translates into well-being and a lifestyle few cities can match.
The green areas are well-maintained, as are the streets and beaches, which are completely clean when tourists arrive. The city's fabulous, glamorous, and exclusive shops, shopping centers, and restaurants offer a wide variety of cuisines.
More cruise ships arrive in Miami than anywhere else in the world, bringing tourists from around the globe who know there will be entertainment and pleasure in the "Magic City."
Here are 20 things you must do in Miami with our guide
16. San Diego
For many Americans, it is the best city in the United States because of its sunny and warm climate year-round.
Nearly 4,000 specimens of more than 650 species can be found at the world-famous city zoo in Balboa Park, a vast natural and cultural space.
In order to fully explore it, visitors must be in good physical condition.
There are 20 blocks of Victorian houses, galleries, shops, and restaurants in the Gaslamp Quarter, a historic district developed at the end of the 19th century.
One contribution of the US Navy Pacific Fleet to tourism is its USS Midway Museum, which is housed on the aircraft carrier that decommissioned in 1992.
Seaport Village on the Point Loma waterfront, the Museum of Art, Horton Plaza and the San Diego Mission are also equally attractive attractions.
17. Wine Country (California)
Wine Country, the region where Californian wines are made, including the Napa and Sonoma valleys, is the best place to taste them.
Hundreds of hectares of vines cover the plains with green. Wineries, quaint boutique hotels, and restaurants dot the region, where the best regional cuisine is accompanied by exquisite wines, many of which are grown in adjacent orchards.
From the grape to the bottle, wineries offer tours that blend traditional and modern winemaking techniques.
18. Washington D.C.
It is the capital. The city has less than 700,000 people but is second only to New York in terms of ethnic and gastronomic diversity.
As a political city, it has top-notch services for residents and tourists.
All tourists visit the Washington Monument, the Civil War Memorial, and the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in addition to the White House and the National Capitol, two architectural symbols of the capital.
The Smithsonian Institute has beautiful museums, one of which is the Natural History Museum with over 125 million specimens.
The Georgetown University campus is serenely beautiful, preceded by Healy Hall, a majestic building blending Romanesque and Baroque styles harmoniously.
19. Cape Cod
A long Massachusetts peninsula with excellent hotels and delicious seafood is ideal for spending days at the beach with the family.
The peninsula is dotted with windmills and picturesque towns such as Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, Dennis, Brewster, Chatham, Eastham, Truro, and Provincetown.
In summer, vacationers from New England and other parts of the country flock to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.
20. Boston
This is the city where the Red Sox play baseball. The Tea Party of 1773, a precursor event to American independence, occurred in the beautiful capital of Massachusetts.
A museum dedicated to this event tells the story of the event through actors dressed in the style of the time.
A number of stately buildings and museums can be found in Boston's Historic District, including the Otis House and the Gibson House.
While the Science Museum is the main attraction for visitors, other artistic and museum spaces such as the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Museum of Natural History are equally popular.
The North End is a small universe of peoples and cultures that make the city a living paradise for those who enjoy Italian cuisine and culture.
21.Las Vegas
This is a story about Sin City.
A multitude of sumptuous hotels and casinos line the Strip and Fremont Street in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is impossible without visiting the Flamingo, Caesars Palace, Mirage, Venetian, Excalibur, or MGM Grand. This has always been the scene of memorable boxing matches.
Mafia Museum recalls the city's origins as an Italian-American criminal organization initiative. Among the gangsters, you will meet the most infamous and ingenious scammers in the world.
Las Vegas' first hotel-casino, The Flamingo, was the brainchild of gangster Bugsy Siegel, a partner and subordinate of Lucky Luciano, who saw the advantages of having an isolated place for betting, roulette, and shows.
Take a day trip from the city of sin to the Grand Canyon, a few kilometers away.
Vegan desserts offer entertainment options for motorsport fans. Excursions on 2, 3, and 4-wheel machines are organized by the hotels themselves.
22. Portland
A charming city, Portland is crossed by the Willamette River and is guarded by Santa Elena, Hood, and Tabor, its most emblematic mountains.
While the green and welcoming city parks invite you to relax, the nearby mountains invite you to hike and breathe fresh air.
As well as being a musical city, Portland has beautiful parks and a high standard of living that have made it a popular setting for movies and television shows.
The Art Museum houses work by Van Gogh and Monet. The Museum of Science and Industry preserves the submarine used in the film, The Hunt for Red October.
With its multitude of food trucks and street stalls, Portland is one of the American cities with the best craft beers.
In the Cascades, Mount Hood is the fourth highest peak at 3,426 meters above sea level.
This is the land of Nirvana, grunge, and guitarist Jimmy Hendrix. Musical influences abound in this city as well.
In addition to the Mariners, Seattle is also home to Amazon and Starbucks. In the United States, the city competes with Silicon Valley for technological supremacy.
The Museum of Pop Culture, the Asian Art Museum, and the Chihuly Glass Garden are all worth a visit.
The cemetery in which Bruce Lee and his son Brandon are buried also attracts hundreds of tourists, whether they are martial arts fans or not.
Enjoy the playful sea lions of Lake Washington.
24. Deadwood
Deadwood, located in South Dakota in the central-northern part of the country, has retained the spirit of the old western town it once was despite its location in the middle of the country.
Deadwood's large population of criminals and adventurers produced at least one death every day by the end of the 19th century. It had more saloons than residences, nine out of ten women were prostitutes, and nine out of ten men were prostitution dealers.
There are dueling gunmen, allusive museums, modern gambling dens, and rodeo shows in this picturesque town that harmlessly recreate its legendary and violent past.
The grave of the notorious adventurer and gunslinger, Wild Bill, shot to death at a card table in 1876, is a landmark associated with the city's past. He died with 2 aces and 2 eights, the now infamous and inauspicious "dead man's hand."
25. Kansas City
Kansas steak is America's most famous cut of meat and is prepared like no other by city dwellers at barbecue joints.
Live jazz is offered throughout the week in the city that straddles the Missouri and Kansas rivers.
Visit the Nelson-Atkins Museum's sculpture garden for a picnic and free admission.
Weapons, objects found in European trenches, vehicles, uniforms, and other items used during the bloody and brutal Great War are on display at the National Museum of the First World War.
You will also love Kansas City's "First Friday", a monthly cultural event in the Crossroads district combining art and gastronomy.
The Museum of the Negro Leagues is a must-see for baseball fans.
26. Key West
In the past, this island in the Florida Straits was a haven for pirates.
Key West is a place where you can forget about the noise. A tourist bus ride of about an hour and a half will take you past the main attractions, including the house where Ernest Hemingway lived and is now a museum.
Duval Street offers excellent restaurants and nightlife options if you forget your swimsuit or other clothing or accessory.
There is a rich and beautiful biodiversity in the mangrove forests of Key West. A paddle board or kayak tour will leave you feeling energized for the rest of the day.
In Dry Tortugas National Park, 110 km from Key West, you can dive in reefs with clear waters.
A sunset viewing in Mallory Square with music and street performers is another must-do activity in Key West.
27. Mount Rushmore
Between 1927 and 1941, Keystone Mountain in South Dakota was carved into granite.
Danish-American artist Gutzon Borglum and his son Lincoln sculpted the 60-foot-tall faces of celebrated presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln.
400 carvers participated, guided by plaster models preserved in this National Monument, built to honor the most representative characters of American history's first century and a half.
One of the most symbolic places in the country is Mount Rushmore. Each year, it receives more than 3 million visitors.
28. Yellowstone National Park
World's oldest national park. It is the enormous caldera of the largest volcano on the American continent, a monster that could wipe out all life on earth if it erupted.
Even though there have been no eruptions for 640,000 years, it still attracts hundreds of visitors with its spectacular geysers.
Among the more than 500 geysers formed in the park, Old Faithful is the most famous, erupting at 93°C and 40 meters high almost every hour.
Lamar Valley, with its mountains as sentinels, is a great place to camp for hikers and wildlife watchers.
There are trout in Yellowstone Lake and beautiful waterfalls in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.
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2023.03.30 02:44 Dependent-Unit6091 Mana's Glade

They rode by night, sleeping what little they could in the hours before dawn each day. The land to the west seemed of little value: A stretch of flat, leveled desolation, overcome with dieback, wherein nothing flourished.
The sky hung in a low dark firmament all around them, star-spattered and electric. In the distance lightning strobed noiselessly and with such frequency that the tandem peals of thunder seemed dissonant, and altogether disconnected. The men watched in silence. The horses skittered and squealed nervously, bearing the stark white alabaster plates of their teeth in fear.
Osmand spoke of the natural world. Drafting with alacrity an overview of the universe and its slighter intricacies. That the destiny of the world had been decided at it's inception.
"The earth in all her glory lacks agency. Stones tumble where they are given. And the mind of man is much the same."
Elahan spat. "That's your way of it. Besides, it was not meant that man should know the order of the sky. Much less what is was like to do."
"Ever the lowly farmer seeks to predict the rain." Osmand answered in confidence. "And the turn of seasons is no idle thing. The moon wanes in regularity. If it was not man's place to know, then he has no right place at all. For what sober god in all his grand accounting would grant unto his children the gift and grace of curiosity, only to admonish them for pursuing it?"
The terrified horses dandled the riders in their saddles, and in the dark they resembled a pair of hopeless marionettes, driven to animus by their unseen creator.
"I'll not contest you in your blasphemies. Speak to me no more of this."
Osmand yielded the point with a delicate diplomacy, saying that the question had been put forth in earnest, and that all human knowledge was, in truth, based on speculation.

The parasitic root rot, who's genus had been so long in the ascendant, now faded, and gave way to subtle growth. The foliage thriving and expanding like a castigated people in refuge. The rising tide of flora greeted them from every turn. At first it merely choked their progress, then bloomed full, into a forest.
The treeline now before them stretched in a fixity for either direction until its boundaries were lost along the horizon: no right place where they might enter it, each possibility a replica of the one considered before. Everywhere a massive tangle of oaks and jungle vine and the deep seething pulse of life coming off the trees, as if somewhere deep in the heart of the glade lay something enormous and alive and breathing.
They followed a thin game-trail paved with the unshod hoof prints of wild ungulates, and the dainty tracks of smaller mammals in their goings. Surrounding them was a variety of foliage neither man could name, and from time to time Osmand would halt and dismount and press some exceptional flora between the pages of his notebooks. Much the botanist, he scrawled greedily for them names of his own invention.
The horses seemed at ease in this place, trotting alongside one another with their heads bent close and snickering like two brothers conversing. They browsed at their leisure on wild patches of grass that had never suffered the footfall of man. Elahan by contrast seemed ill-suited for this leg of the journey. He regarded the surroundings with open distrust, as if something lurid dithered in the fantasy of flowers that attended them.
At twilight they erected camp on the banks of a weak and shallow stream. They kept an enormous fire with which to combat the darkness. Osmand sat revising from his tomes tdhe days collection; Elahan alternately prayed and stood watch.
druids now emerged from the brush with little fanfare. A trio of filthy, painted hominids, denizens of a fevered dream. Blue-faced and solemn, clutching heavy lithic spears like troglodytic cave-dwellers. One of them was a woman and she alone had draped a withered deerskin around her waist with which to protect her modesty. The men bore antlered crowns and cloaks bedecked with bright feathers and money-shells and little black stones on a string bore through the center with god knows what. They stood just within the outer dark, like fugitive shades, as if in the warmth of the fire's embrace malingered something alien to them.
Elahan stood and unclipped the handle of his sword and watched them without speaking. Osmand sat motionless before the fire, a notebook slipping from his hand.
He was certain that if they spoke it would be no common tongue at all, until one of their numbers stepped forward, declaiming, "The outsider is much like the locust. Though oft appearing in small numbers, the swarm is sure to follow. Know that you are transgressors. We would have you leave this place."
Their pronunciations were characterized by a rough guttural utterance, and they spoke with little tact. They were altogether innocent of civilized trappings. Their matted hair fell in clutches.
Elahan in his resplendent armor seemed altogether luminous in the radiance of the animate flame. He looked like some otherworldly redeemer, and they as the set of lowly heathens he had come to scatter. "And who are you," He said, "That you might deny us passage? Surely the wood is no mans domain."
"And yet you incinerate her boughs, as if this was your claim. The arsonist is an enemy, and unwelcome. Besides, we are envoys of the Arch-Druid, the Druid-Mother, The Lady Aradia, who is keeper of this sacred place."
Elahan regarded them dimly, his brow raised in speculation. "Sacred? You mean to say you worship the woods in this place?"
Osmand snapped shut his book and secreted it away among the folds of his robe and stood. "You mean to say you are druids?" His eyes shone intensely.
"Where else might you best commune with that which made you? The true state of the world is a green expanse, in which flowers hold dominion. Would you have us believe that quartered stone is most pleasing to the eye? If you had not consumed this lie from birth, you would recognize its strangeness."
"In spite of this, I have seen in my life strangeness enough." Elahan said.
"And close at hand." Osmand quipped.
The druid continued. "It is a desecration of the mothers flesh. You gather her teeth in little piles. You wear her bones proudly upon your breast."
Elahan scowled. "You would have us worshiping the bones instead? You court damnation, truly."
"You, who have removed yourself from the ecology of your fathers, would lecture us? To remove yourself from the wheel is a fate worse than death. It is we who are reborn a thousand times."
"Aye, but none as slugs." Said Osmand, who had been widely read on the many and varied theories of druidic incarnation. "You in your conceit have been the bear, or stag, or noble lion. But which among you has been the wretched squealing boar?"
Of the two druids who had not spoken, the woman now stepped forward. "Perhaps your companion. Surely he is like enough to satisfy you."
Elahan scoffed, and drew himself up proudly.
"A thousand pagan tongues have cursed me. Like the faintest rays of sunlight upon the water, are the idle words of savages reflected."
At this the druids bristled. They clutched up their spears and the one who had remained silent thus far now emerged into a fierce ululation.
Their leader seemed to be considering the insult. "Savages? You, who reek with the vapor of smoke, would lecture us on civility?"
None spoke. A falcon sounded overheard, its voice thin and lost among the cirrus.
"No man restricts my movement. And any who seek to do so will know the truth of my faith."
Osmand now stepped forward. A thin band of solid orange flame coalesced around him, and the druids sprang back in surprise.
At this, a large and regal cat that had been lazing and watching these proceedings without apparent interest now stood and stretched and yammered loudly. The druids turned, regarding the animal with a certain deferential expression. For whatever reason, the druids refused to parley further, and sank wordlessly back into the woods. The cat now likewise retreated.
The ovate track of fire he had summoned now dissipated harmlessly, leaving him wavering slightly on his feet. He regarded the forest with a newfound weariness.
"I wasnt sure what all could be done to enhance the perils of our journey. But you seemed to have achieved all relevant possibilities on the matter."
Elahan clasped shut the hilt of his blade. He replied that the children of Mana were subject to none but Him, His Will, and that Osmand had been no still-tongued conciliator himself. Osmand shrugged, and yielded the point with a delicate diplomacy.

The days ahead would see them ride west, pursuing in its constant wanderlust the trembling eye of the sun. Navigating the forest highland with their eyes upturned like the primitive devotees of some forgotten solstic faith. Riding by day through stands of flowering golden acacia, and clutches of the pale and sinister moonflower at night. They camped on the banks of a lagoon colored roseate by the evening sun, then blanched white under the moon in its pale circumference as they slept. When they woke an egret was negotiating the break on its thin and slender stilts. It regarded them dimly with it's dull lacquered eyes.
From high on that forest shelf and in the pre-dawn light, they spotted smoke roiling upward in the vast panorama of the valley below. A clutch of flames burned uncontrolled somewhere deep in the heart of the woodland basin.
"Perhaps the druids." Elahan said. "Sat in ambush against us."
Osmand studied the flames in quiet supposition. He shrugged.
"Perhaps." He offered.
Elahan regarded him in vague disgust but spoke no more on the subject. They mounted and rode on. They would descend that morning onto the low valley floor, where they endured with less and less equanimity the constant squabbling of birds, in contest over some perch. Iridescent green boas hung from the low branches like twists of ersatz kudzu. Crouched in the undergrowth were the squat frames of ocelots, where they awaited with great discretion the missteps of more manageable prey. And in the dark, richly-coloured barn owls streaked overhead like faded and ghostly comets.

The next day they rode through a mining camp the druids had destroyed. it's laborers had been slaughtered, and deposited along with their implements into the central pit of operation, like so much chaff. Their gore-slaked corpses lay in a great heap at the bottom of that cauldron, wherein all differences had been resolved and none had been granted exception from that communal fate. As if the druids had gone about the massacre like something stipulated long ago by their forefathers, and the miners as the bloodborne legatees come to fulfill that ancestral debt. Some had been scalped, or left with bloodied lidless eyes with which to regard the cycling horizons forever, until they were dried and gone, or eaten from their heads by what carrion beasts lurked beyond the outer wood.
"Oh my God." Elahan said. 
In one corner of the camp stood the miners' meagre dwellings. It was just a clutch of sagging wooden huts sinking back into the mud. Beyond that a goatyard sat empty, the enclosure replete with prints and the dry round droppings of what stock had once populated it. Freshly laid on a table nearby were plates of roasted shoat, and baskets of hardtack, and simple glass carafes filled with meads or beers or wine. As if the two riders had encroached upon some ghostly woodland bacchanal, that could hardly have been said to have existed at all without their witnessing it. As if the spirits of the world gathered here in secret colloquoy, where they might conspire against the mortal realm.
In one of the huts the druids had festooned a man with feather bundles and daubed all along his naked body a number of twisted and outlandish symbols. The man had died on his side with his legs and arms curled against him like some late spider. And frozen in his countenance was a certain madness, and he too had been divested of his eyelids. Such was his state that it seemed as if he'd been no victim of the druids at all, but a hapless wanderer who in his travels had come up against the raw edge of the universe, past which loomed such primordial beings that any mind attempting their encapsulation was left deaf and dumb and gibbering.
"Let's go on." Elahan said.
"What does it say of God, that they might die in this way? Each of these faithful, having lived a storied life..."
"You would know the Will of God?" Elahan answered. "You would know His mind, as you do the will of the stars and moon and stone?"
"I can know only what I see. That this was the long arc of their existence. That they might live, so they could die scrabbling against the walls of that pit like terrified cats."
"Hold your blasphemous tongue. Or I wll have it out."
That was the extent of their counsel. They mounted up and rode on, neither of them keen to stay on in that place.

I'd appreciate some help with transitioning between paragraphs and events. Like when the druids first show up. I feel like the transitions are too sudden or jarring.

I also am trying to reproduce the style and feel of the bible and ancient history texts, to lend weight to my fantasy world. The story is more about the characters religious changes in response to world events. Id like the plot to be in the background, its more about how the two main characters change as people. Any help on how to achieve this would be helpful because its really hard for me, lol.

Thank you for reading.
I also dont know how to format on reddit and im not even on mobile lol
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2023.03.30 02:42 getin-loser Where to get cheap reliable hub caps for Toyota corolla 2014?

Where do I get goodish hubcaps for something less than 100? For all 4 tires? Preferably black.
I was looking at Hubcap Mikes online but never bought from them and don’t see any reviews for them…
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2023.03.29 23:10 docXfamas [H] Bundled Games from HB and Fanatical [W] Wishlisted games, PayPal/TF2 keys



MARCH 2023 games
Safe in Our World Charity Bundle 2023
FEBRUARY 2023 games
Survival Instinct Bundle
JANUARY 2023 games
DECEMBER 2022 Monthly Bundle Leftovers
Black Friday VR Voyager's Pack
NOVEMBER 2022 Monthly Bundle Leftovers


Biomutant - LATAM/RU/CIS/SEA/IN key Hero's Hour - TR key
Mainly looking for PayPal (accepting most of the currencies, fees may slightly differ)
MY REP Wishlist
TF2 keys/ Csgo keys
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2023.03.29 01:41 SwissCheese4Collagen The Vlog Formerly Known as Duggars Gone Mild: James & Co's Morbid Tour / Visiting The Lost City

The Vlog Formerly Known as Duggars Gone Mild: James & Co's Morbid Tour / Visiting The Lost City
Howdy snarkers, J'Obnoxious J'ames is back again to breadcrumb us along on this random tour which I am now convinced is Rimmy J sending J'SchoolMistress Jana to get new social studies curriculum material in Italy. Kath! appears to be the tour guide du jour, or della giornata as they say in Rome, not that the J'locusts know that.
....to Pompeii. They'll get breakfast on the way.
CinderJana? Nah CameraJana. Joe Rando thinks he's all that and a supersize.
The J'locusts are tired of pizza and decide to hit up Mickey D's. But it's not McOpen so they have to J'try again. Jed! starts to drive and J'obnoxious is in the front middle console. Jed! has his Keep Sweet face on as he backs up and drives away.
Jed! is totally making a rule about J'Obnoxious being in the back seat from now on.
They all got desserts for breakfast, no doubt a treat for their patience when Jod tested them by having the first one closed.
A McDonalds with a Fresh Market bakery counter is \"the coolest\".

I didn't go to the SOTDRT so pardon my math but it looks like CinderJana has the whole row to herself with 2 empty seats...
Off they go to Pompeii now that they found an open US franchise restaurant to eat American food at. All is well in their world as CinderJana looks like she refused to sit next to her brother and is finally having 5 minutes of peace and quiet. So smug.
Jed! Cruz
As Kath! tries to inform J'Obnoxious and us that Pompeii was destroyed by Mount Vesivius. \"Mount Zefluvius?!\" says Lil Rimmy. This whole experience is wasted on these chucklefucks, who can't even seem to politely \"mmhmmm\" and nod.
Jed! trying to figure out why this guy is talking about chemistry and walls.
After they get a tour guide, who is also wasted on Arkansas' Fundie Travel Club, he tells them things about the chemistry of the building and how the mortar is permanent. Like forever permanent. If they start packing back suitcases of this dust to make immortal mortar in TTH, I hope it breaks some sort of law. Then they can blame it on Portugese hackers at a Subway. After that, they literally just walk around and learn stuff that is far too cool for them to know, like there were stones crossing the streets to walk across while still allowing for chariot wheels to pass. They "hmm. ah." their way through it while recording everything. I think they are making SOTDRT Social Studies videos. Their new grift.
Off to an amphitheater, where Jed! and Kath! are filming content with Tru!
They don't get that they are why the US is a joke...
CinderJana's phone is about to fall on her face.
Lodge with a giant camera, is he taking promotional pics for the vlogs?
I bet he didn't even make a decent dirty joke when he stuck his fingers in the spout...
So they went to Rome, drove 150 miles to Pompeii to see a scale replica of the Colosseum. They are going to drive back to Rome, then Switzerland. What is this a 90's graduation trip?
Photo effect #1
Photo effect #2
So there it is, a quick and fluffy non-tent filled vlog. They learned so well from their parents the TLC producers. Since Lil Rimmy is hell bent on bread-crumbing us, I expect I'll have another one to recap in a few days, and we will see the Nostrils on Monday. Until then everyone have a great night and a better tomorrow!
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2023.03.28 19:05 crlogic C7 ZR1 at a Corvette invasion

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2023.03.28 18:11 Street_Midget First time buyer. Advice on these cars

Hi everyone! I’m looking to buy my first Corvette, so I’m a bit green. I’m coming from a Viper, but the prices there are just too high for me to go back. I’m looking for something fun to drive on the weekends with my wife. Love the driving experience of manual transmission. I’ve found these cars near me. What do you think?
https://corvettewarehouse.com/2008-chevrolet-corvette-convertible-2lt,-zr1-black-wheels,-6-speed,-57k-dallas-texas-75220/7108104 this one is my favorite of the bunch. But seems like the dealer has been trying to sell it for a while, so could be a red flag?
https://corvettewarehouse.com/2005-chevrolet-corvette-convertible-3lt,-f55,-nav,-black-zr1-wheels-77k-dallas-texas-75220/7122281 cheapest option. But I gather that 05’s are least desirable and have issues?
https://corvettewarehouse.com/2015-chevrolet-corvette-coupe--auto,-black-wheels,-nice,-only-97k-dallas-texas-75220/7166666 this one gets me in a C7 cheap, but really high miles. Is that a concern?
Ultimately I’d probably keep whatever I buy for around 4 years. Maybe 5k miles a year max. I don’t want a project or have to do a ton of fixing problems.
Thank you so much in advance for your responses and help!
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2023.03.28 14:49 Wise_Function8779 [Detailed Review] Apple Watch Ultra Replica - Hello Watch V1 - One Week Later

Link: Hello Watch v1
Price: $40 After a coupon, I paid $32
The Hello Watch is one in a much saturated market of Apple watch replicas.* In particular this watch is imitating the style and functions of the Apple Watch Ultra. The Apple Watch Ultra, for those who don't know, is geared towards the most extreme of extremists, being weather resistant, waterproof, and recommended for those who engage in high octane activity such as sports players. It's also $800.
Me being who I am, I of course think this is outrageous. I'd been out of the game on apple watch replicas for a bit, but the last time I visited the scene, they looked something like this. I know. It's a horror scene. I researched the current market to the ends of the earth and came up with a few possibilities to purchase.
Quick note here, iMat's channel on YouTube was instrumental in my decision making process. However he does spam A LOT of irrelevant videos that IMO can make his channel seem like it makes content for the sake of content production. He constantly stacks up terrible replicas against the top champs when it's obvious that there's no need to compare them whatsoever. Imagine comparing the shitty $7 neon green airpods to a $40 top tier chipset rep. That's what he does.
The watches I narrowed it down to (after hours of sifting through videos, listings, and written reviews) were the • Hello Watch $40 • HK8 Pro Max $50 • H11 Ultra $30
HK8 Pro Max:
The HK8 undeniably has the best screen (AMOLED) and chipset, hands down. A price gap of $10 would be well worth it for the upgraded screen. However as iMat notes, the companion app (Wearfit Pro) is total shit, ad and bloatware filled, and users often face notification issues on the watch. Along with this, users have upon occasional faced soft bricks, and it should be noted that the shell of the watch is not exactly 1:1 with the original Apple Watch Ultra. On top of ALL OF THIS, it's sensors are just straight up FAKE. Not only the proximity sensor, but the heart rate, blood oximeter, and others are all believed to be a facade. Not only is this false advertising, but for someone who buys it for these sensors it's downright useless and a malicious marketing ploy. It's unfortunate that such a great screen came with such a steaming pile of crap, otherwise it could've been a decent choice.
H11 Ultra:
Not much to say about this one. The H11 Ultra is great for those on a budget. It's screen is slightly larger than the Hello Watch, however it's display is not quite as vibrant, has less resolution, and sensors can be finicky.
Hello Watch:
The Hello Watch is an upgraded version of the H11 Ultra. Unlike the H11, it has a better screen, ability to connect through Bluetooth to both your mobile devices and headphones, and has a whopping 1gb of onboard storage (we'll get to this one later)
Shipment - The seller took like 5 days to ship the watch. Gave me a slightly delay in receiving it, but it's whatever. It arrived pretty quickly (within two weeks)
Unboxing - The unboxing experience is super nice. Unfortunately doesn't have that heavenly Apple box gravity fall, but one can dream. Everything was packaged securely, and came with plastic peel covers on all sensitive components. It comes with the watch, an ocean strap, the charger, all associated manuals, and I opted for two of the trail loop bands for a stupid cheap price (like $3 each).
App - It uses the QiFit companion app, actually a very pleasant app experience. It tracks health data in a nice format, has a fantastic watch face customization interface, has an expansive dial marketplace where all the dials are free, creates adjustable goal tracking based on height, weight, and age, and is ad and bloatware free with a user friendly UI. Lovely experience with the QiFit app. Screenshots
The watch - Photos
Battery - Out of the box it came at 75% charge. (Note: The seller specifically says to not use any charger other than the one included in the box, take that as you will). Charging up to 100% took a couple hours. So far I've found that I can get through 1-2 days of usage with the always-on screen, depending on the watch face I'm using. Seller claims up to 5-7 days not using the always on face, and up to 15 days on standby. Not bad!
Case - The seller claims it's made of a titanium alloy construction, and I believe them! It's a strong watch, it has some heft to it. It seems to be tough to scratch, ding, or dent. It has a premium feel to it! The screws on the back are actual screws in case you want to take a look inside. The ceramic case back feels super nice as well. The body is 1:1 with the original Apple watch ultra, and will fit all apple watch ultra cases. The spinning knob wheel feels great, tactile but not clicky, just like the original. It's buttons feel tactile, not mushy, and don't make very audibly clicking noises, again just like the original. Props on the case to the makers, it's really quite nice.
Screen - I like the screen of this watch quite a bit. While the bezels are slightly thicker and more noticable than the original, it's not something you can particularly notice if you aren't looking for it. I find the display to be vibrant, and SUPER bright, this thing will have no problem in brightly lit situations.
Internals - This bad boy is packing a chipset none of us are familiar with whatsoever so what's the point. The fact of the matter is...meh. It's okay. Just ok. Although the screen is rated for 60hz, the underpowered chipset can bottleneck the display and make it feel choppy at times. It's definitely not the buttery smooth 60fps of the original Apple watch. However, it is a watch, and you're probably not playing with the grid style apps all day, so it's not the biggest deal in my opinion. One tip I have for anyone who buys this, if you set the grid style to "list" it seems to run MUCH smoother than the default grid format. It's running Bluetooth 5.2, 1.96" screen, 425*518 resolution. It's sensors are as follows:
1.) Heart rate - Can be finicky at times, I have seen it overestimate my resting heart rate before, but 98% of the time it's spot on
2.) Proximity sensor - it's present, and does it's job. 3.) Blood Oxygen sensor - it works! It's crazy, but it works. Accurate measures.
4.) Temperature sensor - Works! Measures my body temp accurately every time.
5.) Gyroscope - When compared with my retail apple watch, step tracking remained accurate.
6.) Compass - Works great! No complaints.
Let's just take a second to appreciate how far technology has come. That for $40 we can pack in SIX sensors that all perform on levels at that of a more expensive, less stylish piece. It's insanity. Mad props to however it was that the factory was able to pull this off. Finally, there's that 1gb of memory. This can be used for storage of watch faces, storage of local files, storage of ebooks, or even music files for an offline mp3 player! Super unique feature, I don't particularly have a use for it but I love that they implemented this anyways.
Software - Ah yes. The moment we've all been waiting for. Just how well does this "Apple Watch" succeed at being what it claims to replicate? The truth is...we've come a REALLY long way from just a year or two ago. Software used to look so shit on these things. Now it's actually acceptable. Sure there's a few oddball things here or there, and not every feature is implemented exactly but come on. Its literally 1/20th of the price. I'll run through a couple of the highlights, the good, the bad, and the nitty gritty. 1.) Notifications: Don't love the accuracy of their implementation. It bugs me SO MUCH how their app icons are the exact same as Apple's but the SMS notification has some generic icon. Notifications also don't automatically dismiss, you have to physically swipe them away. 2.) Watch faces: All watch faces visually look great. All of the shortcuts are accessible via touching them. Great job here. 3.) Incoming calls: Love this. While it doesn't display profile pictures or anything, it does display the caller ID and allows me to accept/decline calls from the watch. The onboard mic and speaker means I can remotely talk from my watch without my phone being near me. Despite what you may think, the speaker is actually pretty great for how tiny it is. Great job. 4.) Sports: Theres like a billion sports on this thing. Start it for whatever activity you're about to do and it appears to accurately track your activity, and when you're done it imports all that data straight into the QiFit app. Fantastic job. Another little note, there's a sleep function as well, and it works great! I'm a big fan of how well the sensors work.
Things I hope get implemented in the future: Ability to respond to SMS from the watch, overall more Apple accurate UI. I wish the software was open source so bad. The community could take the implementation of software to another level. I myself want to get my hands on the source code to do some implementation of my own. Maybe one day.
Final thoughts: If you don't necessarily need a $800 top performing watch, this is your watch hands down. I love this thing, it's comfortable, it's stylish, it's practical, and best of all it's well priced.
If you guys would like to see me review some more watches in the future, just let me know, I hope this could help inform some people :)
Footnote: **I call it a replica, but it should honestly be addressed that a replica is an attempt to fully replicate the original product in question, however the Hello Watch lacks necessary logos and documentation to achieve replica status. I intended for the sake of ease and shorthand to continue to use the word "replica" in reference to the Hello Watch.
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2023.03.28 09:12 KindaFoul Best wheels for the c7 z51 that don’t constantly kick gravel up?

I’m in a desert area so there tends to be debris and rocks on the road and at one point I heard an excessive amount of cracking when I drove over a small group of rocks on the road by accident. I used to own a g37 with firehawk wheels and it never happened however the car wasn’t as low as the vette. Any recommendations would be awesome!
Edit: I don’t commute however I will OCCASIONALLY drive on the freeway. I live in a warmer area however when winter rolls around it gets to the low 30s in weather. I don’t track or race either this car is my daily driver.
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2023.03.28 04:48 Furniture5272 Airbus A380 - Emirates

Airbus A380 - Emirates

Wheels Stop! A Successful Landing.
Taxiing to the VAB after landing
Rear View with flaps deployed
Preparing for takeoff
Landing at the KSC - nice and smooth!
Rear View of Takeoff
Ground View of Takeoff
Front view of takeoff
The A380 Departing KSC to the West
Taxiing at Night
Craft File here.
I present to you my fully-functional replica of an Emirates Airbus A380!
In real life, the A380 is one of the most distinctive aircraft in the sky today. It's the largest airliner ever created, the first to have a full upper deck, and capable of carrying over 500 passengers!
This rendition features working flaps, accurate light arrays, and a realistic thrust reverser system that powers down the outer engines and only deploys reverse thrust on the inner ones.
Action Groups:
  1. Toggle Flaps
  2. Toggle Reverse Thrust
Note that unfortunately, KSP2 does not provide wing connections with much structural integrity (does anyone know what's up with that?), so you need to enable "Unbreakable Joints" in the settings menu for this plane to work.
I plan to upgrade the design with windows and doors along the side of the fuselage - just as soon as the devs improve performance enough for me to do so without melting my PC! (This thing is laggy as is...)
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2023.03.27 19:01 Khybher1701A My finds from a CVS and a grocery store.

My finds from a CVS and a grocery store. submitted by Khybher1701A to HotWheels [link] [comments]

2023.03.27 16:16 Tzrt1022 First QC- Cartier Panthere

First replica watch! Please help QC!
  1. Dealer name: Hont
  2. Factory name: BVF
  3. Model name: Cartier Panthere 22mm, yellow gold, no diamonds
  4. Price paid: $198
5: Album links:
  1. Index alignment: looks good I think
  2. Dial printing: looks good I think
  3. Date wheel alignment/printing: not applicable (no date on this watch)
  4. Hand alignment: ❗️the hour hand looks too long to me
  5. Bezel: looks good
  6. Solid End Links: looks good I think
  7. Timegrapher numbers: looks good I think
  8. Anything else I notice: other than the hour hand which looks too long I think, I noticed these two other details:
     1- ❗️the blue spinel crown looks too round to me in comparison to the real deal which appears to have a slight point. 2- ❗️the gold color looks too dark. 
What are your thoughts? Please tell me if I’m being too picky or this is should be replaced. Thank you!
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2023.03.27 15:37 Cheehos C7 ZR1 crashing on its way out of Cars and Coffee yesterday in Orlando. Poor car deserved a better owner.

C7 ZR1 crashing on its way out of Cars and Coffee yesterday in Orlando. Poor car deserved a better owner. submitted by Cheehos to Corvette [link] [comments]