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2023.06.07 13:58 KripKropPs4 The Dark Knight Ascends - A DonkeyKonga Cut

Hey everyone! I realised I never posted my Dark Knight Rises fanedit.
When Gordon looks back at Wayne manor during the speech saying it was worth it, this suggests he knows who Batman is. This was the inspiration for a lot of this edit.
Changelist: - Remove ' youre a big guy! ' - Remove the goon sacrificing himself in the plane - Removed a lot of Gordon's guilt. He feels it was worth it, but the focus isn't on Dent in this cut. - After Gordon get's shot 'Robin' drops by. He tells Bruce that Gordon mumbled after he was shot about a masked man called Wayne. - Gordon knows who Batman is in this edit. - Removed a lot of the bomb timers and left 9 minutes on the clock when Bruce flies away. This because 1 minute isnt NEARLY enough to get rid of a nuke. - Turned the bomb detonation from 5 to 8 months. - Removed the goon punching bruce in his broken back. - Moved Alfred's speech about Bane to after he attacks the stock exchange. Bane's name hasn't been dropped anywhere near the heroes of our story so they can't know his name yet. - Removed the knee brace bit, because it's completely forgotten for the rest of the film - Removed any mention of Gordons letter when Bane frees the prisoners. He now just acts like a dictator causing havoc. - Removed ANY mention of a civilian carrying the detonator because it's stupid. - Removed the high ranking police officer constantly undermining Gordon. This helps the audience relate to him and makes his death tragic. - Removed Talia as the child. She is now only Rahs al Ghuls daughter - BANE IS THE CHILD. Huge important change that completely changes his arc. - Removed Batman giving the clean slate to catwoman, it seems highly unlikely that he could get it after all this. She now asks 'And why should I help you? Maybe I like it this way.' He replied: 'To save the city. Because that bomb is going off.' - Removed Robin becoming Robin. - Removed Talia's horrible acting when she dies lol ( this one hurt a bit because it IS hilariously bad and amusing ) - Add a shot of Bane giving the speech on TV without reading the letter or holding Dents picture for better continuity. - Remove 'So you came back to die with your city?' - 'No. I came back to stop you' and turned it into 'So you came back to die with your city?' - 'No.' - Removed Catwomans girlfriend saying 'this is what you wanted remember?' Catwoman doesnt have alzheimers she knows what she said. She just regrets it. Such silly writing to remind the audience of a line said earlier. - Removed a few lines about the bomb going in X amount of days to make it more plausible that bruce actually had more time to prep his recovery etc.
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2023.06.07 13:52 Psychicinusa Indian astrologer in Brooklyn New York

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2023.06.07 13:42 CordouroyStilts PC US Deer Isle THE REVIVAL PD, Medic, and Human Trader factions Lore Custom Areas Keycards MORE
Please check out the trailer posted above. It's worth a watch even if you don't plan on playing our server.
The Revival is a server that provides an organic DayZ experience. Our rules are designed to discourage KOS and toxicity. Our mission is to provide an immersive experience that stays true to what makes DayZ a great game.


Deer Isle Police Department - Active Police Force
Federation of Medical Experts - Active Medical Team
Revival Trade Collective - Active Trading Group
RemCorp - Active Arms & Contraband Dealers and Auto Loan Financers.
Or start your own


• Custom Safe Zone
• Custom POIs
• Custom Dark Zone with Leaderboard & real $$$ Rewards
• Server Lore Dating Back to 2018 & Experienced Core of Roleplayers
• Base Building
• Keys / Keycards / Punch Card
• Mods: Dogtags, Passports, Bees, Drugs, Boats, ATM Robberies, Many More!
• People actually use radios. (Long range, no battery drain)
• KOS Discouraged, Interaction Encouraged
• Healthy PvP & Base Raiding
• Loot is Close to Vanilla, Added Modded Clothing, Guns, Cars, Boats & RP Items
• Customs Mods and Experienced Modders
• All Mods Thoroughly Tested & Configured for Balancing


• Dedicated Server in Eastern USA (EU Welcome!)
• 4.5GHz Baseline CPU, High FPS
• Active & Mature Admins and Moderators
• Whitelist and Application Process
• Active Player Bans & Cheater Monitoring
• Clear Rules & Organized Discord
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2023.06.07 13:36 NefariousnessOwn6853 Spirit Airlines DFW Terminal

DFW Airport is one of the busiest airports in the United States, serving as a major hub for both domestic and international flights. The airport offers a range of amenities and services for passengers, including various dining options, retail stores, lounges, and transportation facilities.
Spirit Airlines DFW Terminal including terminal assignments and any updates or changes, it is recommended to visit the official websites of Spirit Airlines or Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
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2023.06.07 13:03 TyRoland06 The 2023 College BaseballBall Super Regionals

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2023.06.07 13:02 BullAlligator FORT WORTH Super Regional Thread

Friday, June 9 (4:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPNU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Indiana State (45-15 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
TCU (40-22 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Saturday, June 10 (5:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 2 – ESPNU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
TCU - - - - - - - - - - - -
Indiana State - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Indiana State - - - - - - - - - - - -
TCU - - - - - - - - - - - -
Site: Lupton Stadium
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 2), open versus champion of Eugene Super Regional
Regional Threads:
Indiana State: TERRE HAUTE
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2023.06.07 13:02 BullAlligator EUGENE Super Regional Thread

Friday, June 9 (5:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPNU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Oral Roberts (49-11 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Oregon (40-20 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Saturday, June 10 (6:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 2 – ESPNU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Oregon - - - - - - - - - - - -
Oral Roberts - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Oral Roberts - - - - - - - - - - - -
Oregon - - - - - - - - - - - -
Site: PK Park
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 2), open versus champion of Fort Worth Super Regional
Regional Threads:
Oral Roberts: STILLWATER
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2023.06.07 12:59 BullAlligator [Mega Thread] 2023 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament: Super Regionals

General Discussion: Part I

Crowdsourced Scoreboard

courtesy of CTIDmississippi
All Times Local. Times May Be Subject to Change.


Friday, June 9 (6:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPN2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
South Carolina (42-19 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Florida (48-15 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Saturday, June 10 (3:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 2 – ESPN2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Florida - - - - - - - - - - - -
South Carolina - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
South Carolina - - - - - - - - - - - -
Florida - - - - - - - - - - - -
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 2), open versus champion of Charlottesville Super Regional


Friday, June 9 (12:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPN2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Duke (38-22 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Virginia (48-12 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Saturday, June 10 (12:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 2 – ESPN2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Virginia - - - - - - - - - - - -
Duke - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Duke - - - - - - - - - - - -
Virginia - - - - - - - - - - - -
  • Eastern Time
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 2), open versus champion of Gainesville Super Regional


Friday, June 9 (5:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPNU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Oral Roberts (49-11 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Oregon (40-20 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Saturday, June 10 (6:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 2 – ESPNU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Oregon - - - - - - - - - - - -
Oral Roberts - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Oral Roberts - - - - - - - - - - - -
Oregon - - - - - - - - - - - -
  • Pacific Time
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 2), open versus champion of Fort Worth Super Regional


Friday, June 9 (4:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPNU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Indiana State (45-15 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
TCU (40-22 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Saturday, June 10 (5:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 2 – ESPNU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
TCU - - - - - - - - - - - -
Indiana State - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Indiana State - - - - - - - - - - - -
TCU - - - - - - - - - - - -
  • Central Time
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 2), open versus champion of Eugene Super Regional


Saturday, June 10 (12:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Alabama (43-19 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Wake Forest (50-10 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (TBA)

Game 2 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Wake Forest - - - - - - - - - - - -
Alabama - - - - - - - - - - - -

Monday, June 12 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Alabama - - - - - - - - - - - -
Wake Forest - - - - - - - - - - - -
  • Eastern Time
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 1), open versus champion of Stanford Super Regional


Saturday, June 10 (3:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPN2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Texas (41-20 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Stanford (42-17 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (TBA)

Game 2 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Stanford - - - - - - - - - - - -
Texas - - - - - - - - - - - -

Monday, June 12 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Texas - - - - - - - - - - - -
Stanford - - - - - - - - - - - -
  • Pacific Time
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 1), open versus champion of Winston-Salem Super Regional


Saturday, June 10 (2:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Kentucky (40-19 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
LSU (46-15 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (TBA)

Game 2 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
LSU - - - - - - - - - - - -
Kentucky - - - - - - - - - - - -

Monday, June 12 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Kentucky - - - - - - - - - - - -
LSU - - - - - - - - - - - -
  • Central Time
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 1), open versus champion of Hattiesburg Super Regional


Saturday, June 10 (2:00ᴘᴍ)

Game 1 – ESPNU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Tennessee (41-19 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Southern Miss (45-18 / 0-0) - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sunday, June 11 (TBA)

Game 2 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Southern Miss - - - - - - - - - - - -
Tennessee - - - - - - - - - - - -

Monday, June 12 (ɪꜰ ɴᴇᴄᴇꜱꜱᴀʀʏ)

Game 3 – TBA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Tennessee - - - - - - - - - - - -
Southern Miss - - - - - - - - - - - -
  • Central Time
Winner advances to College World Series (Bracket 1), open versus champion of Baton Rouge Super Regional


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2023.06.07 12:43 AZJames34 Aiyou de Mishi/ X and Y is extremely disappointing

So some genuine compliments out of the way. I really love the opening, superb and stylish. The art style really draws me in and the atmosphere set by the cg and lightings in the first 2 episodes made me hope for so much more, and it was the first show that got my attention initially when the trailer went up during the bilibili stream.
I have picked it up upon recommendation as well as how some here are openly clamoring this show as a banger but boy I actually felt like I wasted my time. I was hoping for an actual psychological thriller but all I got are stake-less, borderline kiddy puzzles, bait and switches between episodes and....somehow a romance arc that is not even well implemented. The closest I have felt to being invested in the story is that storage room episode with toxic gas(ooh actual stakes!) with, ah, bullshit solution. Like the wrong answers didn't have any agency at all and might as well never be given attention to begin with like the clues about three brothers of Shu(Dont tell me this replicates real life escape room experience of looking through pointless hints - this is not a slice of life show). And that's like 5...? 6? Episodes in? Jeez louise. Individual episodes also feel like a whole lot of nothing burgers and I feel bad for people who actually are willing to wait for the next episode on where the cliffhanger lead to (which, really really sucked, and I BINGED it too).
I don't watch many donghua but I really hope that this isn't the kind of standard we are settling upon because there are legitimately lots of far better shows out there I could've spent my time on. Link Click, amazing show, To Be Hero Leaf and Legend of Hei, flawed but emotionally resonant. No Doubt in Us, unserious but entertaining. Infinitors and FanRen, cool action schlocks. I am just bringing up these examples because I wanna convince myself that I am not insane for raising my eyebrows really high when looking that that 9.7 score on chinese bilibili of this show. It's literally *impossible*. Besides I don't even think it's mediocre, it's just straight up bad. Thank god my day wasn't completely ruined because Blades of the Guardians came out and it's an absolute banger and worth the wait. Now that's one fucking great show.
Also can someone recommend actual good psychological donghua where shit actually matters.
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2023.06.07 09:21 Harry_is_white_hot I'm not buying the whole "We have no data on crash retrievals" narrative being pushed by Gough et. al. and the Pentagon. There is an enormous amount of declassified and sanitized information available in DoD and DoE holdings, including organization names, addresses, and telephone numbers.

I'm not buying the whole

Don't know where to look
There is a lot of scientific data holdings from EG&G, Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories regarding Bluegill Triple Prime shootdown, crash and retrieval. These excerpts of transcripts from the Nevada Test Site Oral History archives by former EG&G staff involved in the Operation Fishbowl tests describe the scientific instruments used in the Bluegill Triple Prime shot, the KC-135 platforms they operated from and how they were calibrated. (Interviewer questions in italics).
Interview with Peter Henry Zavattaro (EG&G) May 31, 2005
"Shortly after I got started in this, we got involved with Los Alamos [National Laboratory] oratory] on a project called—well, we were building a system called a Z system, and this was designed to—this was a pre-Vela [Uniform] activity and it was designed to look at air fluorescence of a nuclear burst out of space, out in the outer atmosphere. The X-rays would impinge on the atmosphere and light it up at certain precise wavelengths. So we built this system to look at that. And it was deployed around the world. (pg 2)
Dominic was the Pacific test program and, was kind of a period where we tested, I guess it was over 100 tests, every day almost. And I was supporting a branch of the Air Force at the time. And we had a KC-135 that was filled with instrumentation, cameras, antennas. We looked at electromagnetic pulses and photographed things. And we flew on the airplane. Whenever there was a test, we would fly down to Christmas Island or wherever the test was, collect data, and fly back. Lived in Oahu, so we worked out of Hickam Air Force Base [Hawaii] for months and months.
In July of ‘62, I think it was ‘62, [07/09/1962] we started the high-altitude series, which the first test was Starfish. Starfish was a large-yield device, 400 miles up or something. It’s in the book someplace. [DOE/NV—209 Rev 15 December 2000]
But anyway that lit up the whole sky. You could see that the sky turned green from Hawaii to Samoa. It was just spectacular. I had a copy of Life Magazine that had that on the cover and I can’t find it.
It would be in ‘62; ‘62 issue of Life. But after that particular test, there was concerns about what the Russians were doing, and the plane that I was supporting went to Russia. I stayed in Hawaii and took a trailer of equipment, and the government rented a freighter, a Portuguese freighter called Private Frank J. Petracka. My trailer was strapped to one of the holds on this freighter and we went down to Johnson Island, and I spent forty-six days anchored off Johnson Island looking at the rest of the high-altitude series plus some atmospheric shots. The shots down there, the famous one was Bluegill because it took them three tries to actually get that successfully fired. The first one blew up on the pad. The second one blew up shortly after launch, so there were parts of rocket motors and things falling down. And the third test was successful. (pg. 4)
(Zavattaro is mistaken here - it was the 4th test of the Bluegill device that was successful).
But after Dominic was over, I became more involved with Los Alamos. The first thing that happened after the test series was over was coming up with a readiness program for resuming testing in the Pacific, and that was called the Future Off-Continent Program, FOC. And I worked on that until the program was cancelled. Basically, it was a clause in one of the safeguards, Safeguard C, that said we had to be prepared to promptly resume atmospheric testing in the Pacific. So they came up with a concept for that exercise. The concept was that to so that to solve some of the logistics problems of the past test series—because weather in the Pacific is really spotty. You never know where you can see things. So the concept was they would have a flying experiment. They would have the drop plane fly and they would have an array of airplanes follow it and they would find some nice clear place in the Pacific and fire the test. So this was the concept, and to support that, each of the labs had designed an aircraft for experimentation. Sandia had their own, [Lawrence] Livermore [National Laboratory] had their own, and Los Alamos had their own. So they modified these three aircraft, which were called NC-135s, which were refuelable KC-135s, at Fort Worth [Texas]. General Dynamics modified the planes. And I supported—we would go down and we designed the camera mounts and a lot of the stuff that went on the air—a lot of the supporting infrastructure, cameras and things, that went on the airplanes. And then after they completed them, they moved them to Kirtland Air Force Base [New Mexico]; Holmes and Narver designed an array of pad, three pads, for the aircraft, and they were stationed down there. And we had an array of trailers and we staffed it with people from Boston. The first test of this system was called Crosscheck, and we had an experiment. We went out to the Pacific and checked out with a flare and cameras and the whole nine yards to see if everything worked. (pg 5)
What was going on in Boston, supporting Los Alamos, was looking at the high altitude data. We were digitizing all the thousands of frames of data that we had from the highaltitude tests with very sophisticated digitizing equipment at the time. And the lab felt that the arrangement was too costly to have this interface, so they wanted us to move our resources that supported them to Los Alamos, and that’s when we basically opened the office there. I moved to Los Alamos in ’70 to set up an engineering department; and I moved about, I think it was thirteen or fourteen people that worked for me from Boston to Los Alamos."
Now, which division or group were you supporting at Los Alamos?
This was J-10.
J-10 was the field division, the real test division, and at that time that was the biggest, the key group. It was headed up by a guy named Herman Hoerlin who was a quite famous scientist from Germany, and he was a very interesting guy. (pg 9)
And who was the head of J-Division then?
It went through a few people. Herman Hoerlin, after Herman left, God, I can’t— A whole bunch of people. Don [Donald M.] Kerr was there for a while. Hard to remember all these things. It’s been so many years. (pg.11).

Interview with James Arnold Hodges (EG&G) January 17 2005
"Well, not originally. Actually, I went into that pretty quick, too, into the taking pictures. I worked with Harry Smith who had some cameras called, oh, well, what were those called? We were up at Building 400 and we had rotor cameras. They had a rotor in them that turned 4,000 rps [rotations per second] and they would—oh, streak cameras, that’s what they were called. When the bomb went off, they made a streak with time and that showed you, since you knew what the speed of the rotor was and how long the film was, it showed you how big the fireball got. They used that for measurements on the yield, yield measurements. And I did that quite a while. When I wasn’t doing the streak camera measurements, I was working in the office in the other photo camera stations. We had photo stations everywhere sitting out there with cameras in them, all types of cameras, all speeds from Rapatronic cameras that took a picture in four billionths of a second to so-called cloud cameras that took a picture every few seconds and traced the cloud as it was going up. (pg. 4)
Some of the pictures that we took are still classified. One of them was taken by a Rapatronic camera. I had a streak camera with a sixteen-foot telescope on it and it looked right into the cab of the tower and you could see the case of the bomb. We have a picture of a crack appearing in the case as it started to blow up. That picture’s still classified. And then I took one at Johnston Island from the deck of the Boxer, that’s an old aircraft carrier with an old wood deck, it was an old one. And they classified the picture because it was some clouds which had, of course, the aerial bomb went off way up in the atmosphere and there was a cloud shaped like an angel, so they said, Oh, we don’t dare publish that picture. People will say we’re punching a hole in the sky and all the air’s going to run out and everything else. And so they classified that picture, and as far as I know, it’s still classified. I don’t think it was ever released. (pg.6)
I was there for the so-called high altitude sun tests. We took pictures from a high altitude airplane.
So you took pictures from the plane.
Yes. Of the sun. I don’t remember just why.
And did you take those, or again did you have equipment set up to do that?
We had equipment set up to do it. I shot some stills from Johnston Island, from the deck of the carrier, I shot some of those stills. That’s in fact the one where the angel was, I shot that one. And like I say, that one’s hid somewhere far, far down in the—
So none of your stuff ever went out to the media or the press.
This was just all for in-house EG&G?
Yeah. I guess since then they released some of the shots. (pg.25)

Interview with Vernon Henry Jones (EG&G) October 4, 2005
"Right. Now physically what happened with the film? Because I have no idea. The cameras are there. You remove the cameras. How does that work?
Cameras, no. We would remove the film only from all of them. Some of them, you just take the film reel out of them and we had regular film-carrying cases that we would put the film in. Some of them had film magazines on top of them. Some of them were quite large. Like the Fastax camera had a thousand-foot roll of 35-millimeter film on top of it. The Fastax, the name of the camera, it was a real high-speed camera, and it would go through that whole thousand feet of film in one and a half seconds.
No way!
Oh, yes! You should hear that camera when it ran. It was like, stand back!
In what sense?
Noisy! The noise would scare you, hearing that thing wind up the way it did. That camera had a drive motor on the film feed and the take-up spool. That’s how fast that turkey went. So there was probably an average, I don’t know, six to eight cameras in each station. Some were small; some were there for just cloud cover, to see which way the cloud went after the shot. Of course they were real slow-speed cameras. And the others, we had the Mitchell that generally ran at a hundred frames per second. I don’t know offhand what they were really after, but it was one of the cameras, and various other ones in there. We had some high-speed Eastman cameras, slowspeed Triads, and others, I don’t recall their names. (pg.11)
Photo. Setting up field photo. Now there were other people helping me some at times, but for the most part I did the majority of that by myself. A lot of the cameras were mounted on a tripod, small cameras. The camera was called by letters GSAP, which stood for Gunsight Aerial Photography-type camera. It’s a little bitty thing, run on 24 volts, had a fifty-foot roll of 16-millimeter film in them. These were all over the place, taking pictures of all these different things (pg. 52)

Interview with Wayne Albert Violette (EG&G) January 12, 2005
"This was actually done on film. When the bomb would go off, there would be oscilloscope traces recorded and it would record like the alpha growth rate of the bomb. The first few thousandths of a millionth or nanoseconds of the bomb going off is what the critical information was because after that it was all over.
And is that what you guys looked at?
Yes, the first few nanoseconds. That’s where they would get most of their information as far as the effectiveness of the bomb and the efficiency of it, and I’m not sure what the physicists were really looking at, but the alpha growth rate was primarily what we were looking at, right at the very beginning. (pg.10)
I was also sent for two or three weeks to Albuquerque to work on some of the—I think KC-135s, they’re 707s, I believe—was the civilian name for the planes. We went back and we worked on those for putting equipment in them; they were preparing if they went to atmospheric testing again. These had a big window on one side and the equipment was set to where they could take pictures out of it. I had my particular little thing to do, installing certain equipment, so I wasn’t privy to a lot of the details of what they were doing. But that was very interesting, too, to go back there and just be part of it. Sandia built the bombs, and Sandia Labs was back there. (pg.13).
We didn’t process—we came up with negatives. They would look at the negative. It was actually a negative image. It looked like a dark image on a light background, rather than the white image on the dark background. When we would set the equipment up, we would have to get them focused exactly. Very critical on focus and getting the right intensity so they would be the best image possible. We used a lot of Polaroid film doing that. We’d go through boxes and boxes of Polaroid film on the setup of it. The actual photo, though, was then done on an actual negative. So I know Polaroid must’ve made a lot of money off the test site because we used a lot of that, and yellow tape." (pg.15)
Military v Civilian control
It also appears that there were problems within the U.S. Government bureaucracy regarding the military maintaining control over nuclear weapons. This is rectified somehow by the wording in the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, and is explained here by the Defence Special Weapons Agency's Associate Dean Byron L. Ristvet.
Interview with Byron Leo Ristvet, (DSWA) April 17, 2006
"So the British never had that civilian control quandary that we did. And let me just tell you bluntly, when Truman wanted the Atomic Energy Commission created and in civilian control because he didn’t trust the military, guess who was his strongest supporter? George C. Marshall. Leslie Groves. They both testified secretly at the time that they did not want the production of weapons under the services. They wanted the control of special nuclear material, the design, and the production to remain totally a civilian enterprise.
And what was, their reasoning there again? Was it the knowledge?
No, their reasoning was, is they just felt that the military shouldn’t be in control of such awesome power, that the Constitution had basically said civilians should be in power, and so this way it made it very positive. I think had the Goldwater-Nichols Act been in place where the secretary of war and the secretary of the Navy had control over the CNO and over the chief of staff of the Army who at that time reported directly to the president. It would’ve been different. But the Defense Department really didn’t gain the civilian control power until ’85.
Well, you know, there were changes, and the biggest change to the Atomic Energy Act was ’54, when the military was allowed to have custody of special nuclear material. Prior to that it was always under the control of the AEC, and that was because we were going to these sealed designs, and even where the what’s called the capsule ball assembly was not inserted into the high explosive, it was still carried on the weapon; it was integral to the weapon and you couldn’t manually insert it in flight, it was automatically inserted in flight, and as a result, you had to grant the custody—plus the response times were getting less and less and less. You know, the late forties, three days. By the time you were in ’54, you were getting down to three-or-four-hour kind of response times, about half the time it takes to fly over the poles. By the time you were in the late fifties, you had missiles. Of course we didn’t know the missile gap was sort of nonexistent, but in ’58 the response time was getting down to thirty minutes. And by the time you were in the ’66-’67 time frame, when the Russians had their first fleet ballistic submarines, you were now down to fifteen-minute response time. That’s why the Cuban missile crisis in ’62 was such a huge thing, because now you were looking at seven-or-eight-minute response times. (pg.32)
This is of interest here because according to the Majestic Documents, it was claimed by Allen Dulles that these changes to the Atomic Energy Act 1954 allowed him exclude President John F. Kennedy from knowing the details of the MJ-12 program:

Dulles response to President Kennedy
It would be interesting to know if Pharis Williams and Oke Shannon had any involvement with the J-10 group at Los Alamos or have knowledge of the Bluegill Triple Prime anomaly.
For the past five years, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) weapon physicist Greg Spriggs and a crack team of film experts, archivists and software developers have been on a mission to hunt down, scan, reanalyze and declassify film recordings of the U.S. atmospheric nuclear tests. In this video, Lab science communicator Maren Hunsberger interviews Greg Spriggs to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we've received about the test films since sharing them on YouTube.
Digitization of atmospheric test films ongoing at LLNL:

The Pentagon doesn't seem to be trying too hard to find the data.
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2023.06.07 08:45 uncleA_300 Lawn & Landscape SMB owners, what are you paying your employees?

I just started a small lawn maintenance and light landscaping company this spring. I am located in the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX area.
As of current our service offering includes the basics, mowing, hedge trimming, flower bed maintenance and mulching, and plant/hedge removal/installations. The business is taking off way beyond what I can handle on my own and I am looking to hire 2-3 guys for my current route meanwhile I transition to focusing more on growing and expanding the business.
With that being said, I am curious as to what similar companies are paying for their labor. What are you paying your foreman/crew leaders starting out and what are you paying your general crew members/laborers starting out. Also, what is your labor costs expressed as a percentage of gross sales? How about overhead as a percentage of gross sales? Trying to get a better idea of what numbers should look like in this industry. I run a lean and mean operation and need some benchmarks to compare my numbers too.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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2023.06.07 08:09 Chatteramba Did I witness migrants/asylum seekers being moved by plane from Texas to Chicago? (long post)

I can't shake this off my mind. A group of us were on a second part of our connecting flights with a short layover in Dallas Fort Worth Airport to Chicago O'hare late April. I would have assumed it wouldn't be a packed flight, and it was looking that way while boarding. It looked like maybe 80% capacity, but then the pilot said it was a full capacity flight.
At the last minute, trickles of Hispanic individuals board the plane with two individuals coordinating them to their seats. The handlers only spoke in English, and pretty much pointed to an individual and then to their seat. It was done quietly, but I'm a very observant person who zeros in on oddities in my surroundings. I doubt many other passengers noticed.
The girl placed next to me:
I was in an isle seat that I was easily able to book through the app the day before. I sat next to one of these individuals that had the middle seat. She was younger girl whose age I can best describe as around 16-22. I really couldn't gauge her age since she never spoke a word. She was a girl with a dark complexion. The best comparison I can come up with would be Dominican or Jamaican. She had one of the blue shirts and draw-string bags like I detail below.
She seemed quite anxious, but not in the usual sense. She didn't seem to mind the flying part. She didn't seem excited. She had the demeanor of uncertainty. The kind of What is happening? Where am I going? demeanor. She held her hands, fingers locked, near her waist almost the entire flight, and I don't remember her sleeping or closing her eyes. She also held the draw-string gym bag (look below for that) tight between her shoes.
There was ZERO verbal interactions between us. I offered her my flight snacks, snack packs in my bag, and some gum. I just used hand gestures. She did take them with nodding gestures. I put my ear buds in, and tried to get some sleep for the rest of the flight.
Here are some of the weird things I noticed:
  1. None of these individuals were sitting at the gate waiting to board the plane. Their clothing and carry-on would have gained the attention of others. More on that later.
  2. They boarded last despite definitely being in different boarding groups. I think I was Group 7 of 9 that flight, but the handlers and the Hispanic individuals were scattered.
  3. Many of them were wearing the same blue t-shirts and had the same little draw-string bags like you take to the gym. Some of the others were in regular clothes (not the matching blue t-shirts). Not one of them had luggage to put in the overhead bins.
  4. The handlers did not address them by name. It was more like a quiet talk conversation where they pointed to the person who handed over the boarding pass, and then pointed to their seat. And these handlers were definitely not airline staff.
  5. The individuals never spoke at all! Not between themselves. Not to the handler. Not to others on the flight. They only nodded or shook their heads for YES and NO.
  6. Not one of these individuals had any electronic devices. No phones, tablets, ear pods, etc.
  7. When we finally got to ORD, it seemed like everyone else (including myself) got off the plane, but they were still in their seats. That is the last I know of what I maybe witnessed because it was already close to midnight.
  8. I did not see any of them in baggage claim. Not the handlers or the individuals. Again, the speculation of no checked or onboard baggage.
WTF did I witness? I'm very observant of my surroundings. The bits and pieces I saw that flight with the individuals and their handlers seemed suspicious. It took some time to (by my means) try to piece together the weird stuff.
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2023.06.07 07:52 roidymagoo2 Normandy campaign for Easy Red 2 has released. [WWII AI & MP FPS, with custom map maker]

I was waiting to see if anyone would cover this, but I guess not! The community is quite small so i'm doing the honors for the single dev Marco, and his merry band of contributors for this amazing little WWII game-gem.
Trailer for the DLC, blurb to follow
The Hell is 'Easy Red 2??!'
Were you a fan of BF1942/BF2 bots as a younger person? Just firing up any map, picking any team and hopping into any unit or vehicle? If you want a 2023 version of that, then I have to let you know about Easy Red 2.
The Normandy DLC has just released, which has some of the best missions for WWII, not only from a nostalgia standpoint, but from a mission quality standpoint for ER2. All D-Day beaches (Even point du hoc, with rope launchers), Carentan, Pegasus Bridge; you name it.
Are the bots any good?
I've always kept an eye on bot games, because to me bots are important. They give a power fantasy, easy access, and there's no worry about servers going down. I've played Ravenfield, Brass brigade, the BFs, Battlefront 2...I've seen a lot of bad bots.
Easy Red 2's bots, while not perfect; are pretty capable. Missions feature Battleship support [that WILL fire smoke/HE artillery for you], Tanks/APCs, Mortar and AA emplacements, MGs, AI medics will revive fallen soldiers, they will surrender IN battle, open doors/windows.
You will get fked up by a Flak gun, but if you take it over, it's sooo funny to see your friendlies turn the guns on the enemy. Honestly, so many little emergent moments happen in the missions thanks to the bots.
I like commanding a tank, and not even using the gunner spot because the AI units in the hull gunner and turret will capably shoot at shit! Baring in mind tanks are not just 'hehe HP bar!'. They have the requisite weakpoints and critical failues of an Enlisted/WoT. If I tried to do this in BF1942.....uh oh lol.
Meat n Potatoes WWII!
To me anyway, Normandy is the quintessential WWII experience thanks to Saving Private Ryan, Medal of Honor. ER2 now feels complete. I guess it's childhood nostalgia but not having an Omaha beach in a WWII game feels wrong.
The game is super cheap, the gunplay is decent, and the FP animations have mostly been reworked also. I streamed to my friends the other week and they were like 'Is this that weird bot game you showed us months ago??'.
A developer spotlight
Other than Deep Rock Galactic, I just like to shed light on hard working developers, and Marco [and co] are well worth your time. ER2 has come a long way, does a lot of cool stuff for a VERY generous price. This DLC is 9 months in the making, and it shows.
For £5.83 base game, and £4.34 for Normandy, you have a platform of decent missions and I saved the best til last.
Thanks to Normandy and all those juicy assets like houses, hedgerows and all the other tools, map makers will be making some cool maps for this. The base game featured more Mediterranian stuff (I didn't mention the Soviet/Stalingrad DLC either), so it's awesome to have more European stuff in the game for modders.
The map and mission editor are featured in game, you can literally paint a terrain the friggin game. I haven't ever made a map, or mission but it's there and is very capable.
Play with friends
So not only do you have a great lil game, you can host any mission [custom, or default] and play with your friends, and even have people drop into your mission if your hosting settings have room for them.
It's quite fun to have a random or 2 drop in and act as an enemy. Even though the AI will mess you up, having a real person in there as a sniper or actual tanker will really add a hazard level to your experience.
You can go from your desktop, to playing with a friend in probably 2-3 minutes tops. It's just good honest fun, with no gimmicks in the land of shitty AAA games and broken promises.
Hope you lot at least have a look and consider giving it a shot, it may be rough around the edges in some departments but it's always changing for the better. Cheers.
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2023.06.07 07:50 Prestigious_Stress17 Fleet Wraps in Houston, TX: Transform Your Fleet

Fleet Wraps in Houston, TX: Transform Your Fleet
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2023.06.07 06:51 pokethat First time Subaru owner

First time Subaru owner
Overall feeling: This is my first car in 13 years. Got a 2023 outback onyx XT 2 weeks ago. It's amazing so far but for the usual infotainment quibbles.
I've already put on some tux mats, I installed auto-dimming side mirrors myself, and put on the rear bumper coveprotector so my dogs don't scuff it up.
This is a ridiculous upgrade from trusty kia compact sedan that was threatening to go into limp mode on the freeway on the way to the dealership.
I did get it a few grand under msrp, yay Costco auto program.
I kind of wanted the wilderness but I didn't care for the extra cost or the lower gearing and softer suspension for my mostly pavement driving. The Forester wilderness looked awesome too but the lack of a 200hp+ option made me gravitate away from it.
I figure I can do a conservative lift down the line and get some of the recommended all-terrains for most of benefit of the wilderness trim. I will say that after discovering that dual x-mode works beyond 25 mph on the wilderness and not the onyx XT makes me a bit sad because launching with it on streets makes the car seem like a rocket.
Future upgrades/accessories: -Replacing factory door speakers and tweeters -Noise deadening while speaker upgrade is happening (maybe) -Auto start stop eliminator (turbo bearing oil burning paranoia) -subaru rear seat cover - Subaru wind/rain window deflectors so I can crack the windows when I'm car camping. -mudflaps (mostly for looks) -undecided on front strut bar and stiffer rear sway bar.
General questions: I have no idea what I'm doing when it comes to crossbars. I'd like to add a cargo carrier and another thing on top but a guide for dos and donts with the factory rails and bars would be appreciated. Apparently the stock twisty ones aren't super wide? If I get a kayak mount and put a modest kayak on it do I need cables in the front and back, and does that kill eyesight?
Is the official hitch worth it? I don't feel like diy cutting up my bumper with a Dremel. I'd mostly be putting bike racks or a small cargo rack on it, maybe towing a small trailer thing one day. Would you guys recommend foagainst the Curt 2" option(s)? Are there any clearance issues with these (departure angle i think it's called)? Would I have to cut into the bumper to install a Curt hitch?
Would you recommend the official Subaru mudflaps or are 3rd party nicer?
Do 2023s still have parasitic drain and battery issues? I've not run it anything and I've been car camping twice already.
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2023.06.07 06:50 Maybel8terz 26[M4F]Fort Worth-young man searching for a older woman

I’m looking for someone older that we can keep each other company. Sexting is fun but I also like a good conversation. I’m seeking someone in the 27-45 age range but older is cool too. We can swap pics and vid’s if you like as well. On Kik or Skype. I’m open to any topic and hope we can connect in many ways. Send a pm if interested!
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2023.06.07 06:19 StrongArugula7362 FishLand

I’ll be trying FishLand now & hopefully I can win within 10 days 🥲🫶🏽 everyone knows I always return clicks ❤️ so dont be afraid to click thinking you wont get one back! whether it’s today or tomorrow! (so i dont recommend sending the 24h games but i’ll still try ofc❤️) Right now I do not have that many clicks but if you trust me and dont mind waiting until im able to, feel free to click for a click ❤️ Anybody won Candy Jar before?! Proof of me clicking back❤️!
Can you accept my invitation so I can get a free gift worth up to $80? 🎁
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2023.06.07 06:18 StrongArugula7362 Fishland!

I’ll be trying FishLand now & hopefully I can win within 10 days 🥲🫶🏽 everyone knows I always return clicks ❤️ so dont be afraid to click thinking you wont get one back! whether it’s today or tomorrow! (so i dont recommend sending the 24h games but i’ll still try ofc❤️) Right now I do not have that many clicks but if you trust me and dont mind waiting until im able to, feel free to click for a click ❤️ Anybody won Candy Jar before?! Proof of me clicking back❤️!
Can you accept my invitation so I can get a free gift worth up to $80? 🎁
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2023.06.07 05:12 AfternoonGlory Bi-Daily Song Discussion #254: Moscow Rules

Studio Version SUGGESTED SCALE: 1-4: Not good. Regularly skip. 5: It’s okay, but I might have to be in the right mood to listen to it. 6: Slightly better than average. I won’t skip it, but I wouldn’t choose to put it on. 7: This is a good song. I enjoy it quite a bit. 8-9: Really enjoyable songs. I rank them pretty high overall. 10: Masterpiece, magnum opus, or similar terminology.
Different Gear, Still Speeding - (Average: 6.57/10)
1) Four Letter Word - 7.84/10
2) Millionaire - 6.87/10
3) The Roller - 7.62/10
4) Beatles And Stones - 6.50/10
5) Wind Up Dream - 6.30/10
6) Bring The Light - 5.68/10
7) For Anyone - 5.00/10
8) Kill For A Dream - 6.66/10
9) Standing On The Edge Of The Noise - 6.05/10
10) Wigwam - 5.58/10
11) Three Ring Circus - 5.50/10
12) The Beat Goes On - 8.44/10
13) The Morning Son - 7.36/10
1) Man Of Misery - 4.86/10
2) Sons Of The Stage - 6.92/10
3) World Outside My Room - 6.88/10
4) Two Of A Kind - 4.12/10
5) In The Bubble With A Bullet - 7.46/10
6) Across The Universe - 7.71/10
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - (Average: 8.12/10)
1) Everybody's On The Run - 8.86/10
2) Dream On - 7.04/10
3) If I Had A Gun... - 9.33/10
4) The Death Of You And Me - 8.52/10
5) [I Wanna Live In A Dream In My] Record Machine - 7.75/10
6) AKA... What A Life! - 8.14/10
7) Soldier Boys And Jesus Freaks - 7.08/10
8) AKA... Broken Arrow - 8.42/10
9) [Stranded On] The Wrong Beach - 8.60/10
10) Stop The Clocks - 7.50/10
1) A Simple Game Of Genius - 9.32/10
2) Alone On The Rope - 9.13/10
3) The Good Rebel - 7.05/10
4) Let The Lord Shine A Light On Me - 9.33/10
5) I'd Pick You Every Time - 6.70/10
BE (Average: 6.87/10)
1) Flick Of The Finger - 8.67/10
2) Soul Love - 7.07/10
3) Face The Crowd - 6.00/10
4) Second Bite Of The Apple - 4.87/10
5) Soon Come Tomorrow - 7.41/10
6) Iz Rite - 7.22/10
7) I'm Just Saying - 7.16/10
8) Don't Brother Me - 5.50/10
9) Shine A Light - 5.77/10
10) Ballroom Figured - 8.00/10
11) Start Anew - 7.96/10
1) Dreaming Of Some Space - 3.33/10
2) The World's Not Set In Stone - 5.72/10
3) Back After The Break - 7.23/10
4) Off At The Next Exit - 8.31/10
5) Girls In Uniform - 5.28/10
6) Evil Eye - 7.05/10
Chasing Yesterday (Average: 8.33/10)
1) Riverman - 9.01/10
2) In The Heat Of The Moment - 8.03/10
3) The Girl With X-Ray Eyes - 7.62/10
4) Lock All The Doors - 8.11/10
5) The Dying Of The Light - 9.16/10
6) The Right Stuff - 8.60/10
7) While The Song Remains The Same - 8.51/10
8) The Mexican - 6.91/10
9) You Know We Can't Go Back - 8.39/10
10) Ballad Of The Mighty I - 8.99/10
1) Do The Damage - 7.15/10
2) Revolution Song - 7.47/10
3) Freaky Teeth - 7.89/10
4) Leave My Guitar Alone - 7.12/10
5) Here's A Candle (For Your Birthday Cake) - 6.25/10
As You Were (Average: 7.77/10)
1) Wall Of Glass - 7.92/10
2) Bold - 8.15/10
3) Greedy Soul - 7.78/10
4) Paper Crown - 8.11/10
5) For What It's Worth - 8.12/10
6) When I'm In Need - 6.48/10
7) You Better Run - 6.95/10
8) I Get By - 7.32/10
9) Chinatown - 7.08/10
10) Come Back To Me - 8.58/10
11) Universal Gleam - 7.63/10
12) I've All I Need - 9.12/10
1) Doesn't Have To Be That Way - 7.50/10
2) All My People / All Mankind - 6.15/10
3) I Never Wanna Be Like You - 5.62/10
Who Built The Moon? (Average: 6.94/10)
1) Fort Knox - 6.92/10
2) Holy Mountain - 7.44/10
3) Keep On Reaching - 6.99/10
4) It's A Beautiful World - 7.43/10
5) She Taught Me How To Fly - 9.26/10
6) Be Careful What You Wish For - 5.90/10
7) Black & White Sunshine - 6.53/10
8) Interlude (Wednesday Part 1) - 5.15/10
9) If Love Is The Law - 7.38/10
10) The Man Who Built The Moon - 8.56/10
11) End Credits (Wednesday Part 2) - 4.75/10
1) Dead In The Water - 8.90/10
2) God Help Us All - 7.64/10
Black Star Dancing (Average: 6.86/10)
1) Black Star Dancing - 6.34/10
2) Rattling Rose - 6.40/10
3) Sail On - 7.83/10
Why Me? Why Not. (Average: 7.66/10)
1) Shockwave - 7.32/10
2) One Of Us - 8.33/10
3) Once - 9.25/10
4) Now That I've Found You - 7.33/10
5) Halo - 6.48/10
6) Why Me? Why Not. - 7.95/10
7) Be Still - 7.97/10
8) Alright Now - 7.00/10
9) Meadow - 6.57/10
10) The River - 7.68/10
11) Gone - 8.43/10
1) Invisible Sun - 7.25/10
2) Misunderstood - 8.50/10
3) Glimmer - 6.50/10
4) All You're Dreaming Of - 8.84/10
This Is The Place (Average: 6.81/10)
1) This Is The Place - 7.53/10
2) A Dream Is All I Need To Get By - 8.22/10
3) Evil Flower - 4.69/10
Blue Moon Rising (Average: 6.53/10)
1) Blue Moon Rising - 5.96/10
2) Wandering Star - 6.81/10
3) Come On Outside- 6.83/10
Back The Way We Came: Vol 1 (2011–2021)
1) We're On Our Way Now - 8.55/10
2) Flying On The Ground - 8.42/10
C'mon You Know
1) More Power - 7.56/10
2) Diamond In The Dark - 8.44/10
3) Don't Go Halfway - 6.58/10
4) C'mon You Know - 5.69/10
5) Too Good For Giving Up - 7.84/10
6) It Was Not Meant To Be - 6.47/10
7) Everything's Electric - 7.97/10
8) World's In Need - 8.32/10
9) Moscow Rules - ?
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2023.06.07 05:11 Ecstatic_Valuable868 chance a wasian girl from TX who really wants to go to USC!

Here is my statistics. I am a rising senior and I would truly love to have some advice on my application. Thank you so much! :)) I apologize for how long this is
DemographicsGender: FemaleRace/Ethnicity: 1/2 White, 1/2 Asian 💀 (Both parents are immigrants but completed grad school in the US), so I am 2nd generation for college
Residence: US
Type of School: Competitive Public (Apart of STEM Magnet Program w/ around 70 selected students out of a class of 750 and features STEM classes w/ diff teachers and EC requirements)
Hooks: None 💀💀
Income: around 300-400kIntended Major: Biochemistry or Molecular Bio 😍🌿AcademicsGPA: 3.97UW (One 89 Freshman yr💀) 5.1 Weighted
Note: AP/College courses worth 6.0 at my schoolRank: 31/750, expect to go to at least 26/27 when SEM2 Junior yr updates# of Honors/AP/Dual Enrollment (all 4 yrs): 16 + 1 self study APSenior Year Course Load: AP Calc BC, AP Bio, AP Gov/AP Econ, AP Lit,
Standardized TestingSAT: N/A
ACT: 35 (35 W, 35 S, 34 R, 34 M) , technically 34.5 LMAO but they round so yay
My first attempt I got a 32, will not submit unless required.
AP: All 5s so far (freshman & sophomore yr) (AP Psych, AP World History, AP Comp Sci Principle, AP Human Geo)Extracurriculars/Activities (Not in proper order yet)
  1. Nonprofit (Co-founder) (10-12)
Hosted hackathons with pretty high turnouts (500 submissions/10k in sponsor prizes), set up a tutoring network, donated over $1k to reduce healthcare disparities in Afghanistan. Hosted medical camps and had professors from CMU/NYU come out and talk to students via zoom.
  1. Intern at local med school (11/12)
Helped assist with virology research. Helped Edit research papers, set up laboratory equipment, and shadow various processes
  1. Intern at local Emergency Room (10,11,12)
shadowed numerous doctors and nurses. Wrote detailed case studies to understand medical symptoms. Assisted basic needs, vitals/giving towels
  1. Vice President, National Honor Society (11/12)
Helped manage/ provide volunteer opportunities in student led organization to over 200 upperclassmen. A pretty big deal at my school.
5) Founder, president of Chem Olympiad Club (11.12)
Hosted meetings to prepare for the test. Covered a variety of subjects including Ochem. Although 3 of us were close, none of us advanced unfortunately. Plan to expand more next year. Overall I had fun with this club and it fueled my love for chem.
  1. Vice President/Marketing Lead of Red Cross Club (11,12)
Helped created volunteer opportunities, held a blood drive, managed members in fulfilling service hours, led meetings alongside the founder.
7) President of Public Health Club (11,12)
- Created with my friend, we addressed current issues, donated sanitary supplies to local shelters and clinics. Wrote cards to ICU patients. Had healthcare professionals speak to a group of students on education required/overall aspects of job.
8) Secretary of Science Honor Society (11/12)Managed volunteer hours, meeting hours, help create sign-ins for meetings as well as communicating when meetings will occur.
9) Student created Business Club, member (10,11,12)
Hands-on collaboration with local businesses. Help with marketing, inventory management. Worked with a laboratory and a nonprofit. Helped advertise events to targeted demographic
10) Independent Research (10)
Placed at regionals, districts, and advanced in state as a finalist of about 800 kids in TX
I wont get too into it but it was related to biochem and tested whether a substance could alter the DNA of a strain of ecoli in a lab setting.

- State finalist in Science Fair
- 3rd place in regionals (Science Fair)
- Presidential service gold award x 2
- AP Scholar w/ distinction
- John Locke Essay comp, special awardLetters of Recommendation8.5/10: AP Chem Teacher: Pretty close with her, made the club & had her for two years. She is older and sometimes forgets what class period I am in but knows me as a student. We hugged on last day of school and I wrote her a very long card on how she inspired me to do pre-med and I frequently came during free blocks to review tests.
9/10: AP History, also NHS founder (I am VP), will def be working alongside him for a while. Also a lit major and I heard he writers bomb LORs. The only thing is I was pretty quiet in his class lol.

EssaysI currently have a rough draft but idk if I want to trauma dump because every time I talk about it, it brings a lot of emotion. It's basically about the process of overcoming my mother being diagnosed with cancer and being told she had months to live. She was constantly in surgery/therapies. Thankfully, she is fine now, but it was a pretty low point in my life leading up to freshman year of HS. I also want to focus on how the event impacted my values/future goals/personality without it being a sob story if that makes sense.
Where I am ApplyingTexasI am currently auto-admit for UT (top 6% of my class)
Rice University
A&M (Safety)

CaliforniaUSC (EA) My DREAM school since I was like 10 😍😍😍
All the UCs (UC Irvine, UCLA, UC Berkeley...)
Santa Clara Uni
MA: Boston Uni, Tufts, Northeastern, Boston College
Other Schools: UVA/UNC Chapel Hill, Umich, WashU, Notre Dame, CMU, NYU, Georgetown
Ivys: Cornell, Dartmouth, Brown, & UPenn (I do not expect to get in)

I would love if someone could humble me and also lmk where they could see me getting into. Again, any advice to improve my odds and responses are highly appreciated. Also if anyone has any recs on where I should ED to maximize chances that would be great.
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2023.06.07 04:08 Spy23714 First Date in Richardson - Restaurant?

First date after recovering from the breakup after a long relationship Saturday night. She lives in Richardson and I’m excited about this one, so I really need to nail this, but I live in Fort Worth and don’t know the area at all. What is your favorite first date place?
Definitely looking for nicer than a burger bar. Not necessarily suit and tie, but I’m not opposed to that. Open to options around Richardson and neighboring areas. She’s nixed Mexican, African, and Indian foods, so I’m hoping for a nice Italian restaurant or maybe default to a steakhouse if there are no better options. What do you think? Where are you taking a girl you want to make a good first impression with?
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