I don't think that's a fair critique. I've seen lots of prints for cities that look similar to both of them. This isn't something new that any artist just came up with.
For example: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/hand-drawn-map-rome-san-pietro-547868908
Reddit isn't some secret club or community on the internet for you and your friends to share inside jokes. It's the 123rd more viewed website on the entire internet.
I've been using www.youneedabudget.com and its been working well for me. It has a subreddit /r/ynab as well as it's a bit different than normal budgets.
I'm amazed that you're base expenses are so low. How do you fit car(including fuel?), phone, and internet in $220?
The average daily low in December goes from -16°C at the beginning of the month to about -20°C at the end of the month (3 to -4°F). https://weatherspark.com/averages/28418/12/Saskatoon-Saskatchewan-Canada
Our super cold days are in late January to March. Your winter experience is fine for December here.
G Keni Bike Tail Light Rechargeable, Anti-Theft Alarm, Warning Electric Horn, Bike Finder Remote, Electric Mountain Bike Accessories https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01M2BOC7J/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_Z4THF9CTV7GG5X7PJ8KJ
Few things here:
Regardless of whether you do this or not, I recommend moving. If the rent is $700/mo right now, you can definitely find another place around that. Or if you are up to it, share a place with her and split the cost.
I've had one for about a year now (the Nexus Player). I love it, but it's not necessarily a replacement for your cable subscription. Officially it doesn't include any free content or anything like that, it just runs Android apps like Netflix, YouTube, etc.
I mainly use mine to stream media from my desktop PC. For this I use an app called Archos Video Player (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.archos.mediacenter.video&hl=en) which has a pretty slick interface. Kodi (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.xbmc.kodi&hl=en) should also work, but I haven't had any experience with it myself.
It's also a half-decent gaming console when paired with a bluetooth controller. I've been having fun with some emulators (including N64 and PSX).
I haven't had many complaints. The only one worth mentioning is that app compatibility isn't great, but it's getting better. Lots of apps which aren't officially compatible can be sideloaded onto the device, but any app that requires touch interaction will need a mouse plugged in to use (the only time I needed to do this was to configure my N64 emulator).
Its likely to be overheating, or a video card issue. Take the top off and see if there is a lot of dust in the vents, if so vacuum or blow them out.
Find out exactly what video card you have, get the newest drivers. Its you have a Dell, go to the Dell website and put in your model number, all the drivers will be there.
Do a virus/spyware check, get spybot update it and do a scan. If nothing shows up there you are ok for spyware. Get MSE on your computer for a virus check, McAfee and Norton are shit.
If you do all that before you take it in, might save you some time and money.
I go the cheap route usually too... but if you're going to buy on amazon you can't go wrong with an anker cable: https://www.amazon.ca/Charger-PowerLine-Lightning-Certified-Charging/dp/B013JNAUMW
(I've only used their android cables... but I assume the apple ones will be equally as good)
Just order off Amazon. I was looking for the exact same thing a while back (aeropress fucking rules), and although everyone in this thread is giving great suggestions, I went to all the places reccomended and realized you can get the same mills on Amazon for 15-30% cheaper. So unless you don't mind spending the extra money and want to support local coffee (props if you do), just go with Amazon.
If you do want to support local coffee I reccomend City Perks, only because its in my neighborhood and I love it.
If you want a reasonably priced electric burr grinder, I reccomend This one or this one that's a bit more $$ but higher quality
You can find both thsoe at London drugs for a slight mark up as well. Obviously they aren't as good as the really expensive ones you can see in coffee shops, but they give a really even grind for French Press or Aeropress, the only thing I wouldnt reccomend them for is espresso.
You can check out a Roku or a Chrome Cast
Now that all sorts of channels provide some sort of online service like TSN Go, NFL Game Pass, NHL Game Center
Get a u lock and a cable lock. If you don't lock up all the parts (frame and both wheels), eventually it will probably be stolen. And don't just leave it on an apartment balcony, either. Bike theft is so common I think every cyclist has had at least one stolen at some point. We lock ours up inside our locked garage so they can't just be grabbed and ridden away.
This lock has been a good mid grade one for me:
Are you doing it as a project because you like messing around with that kind of stuff? If not, then a Roku 3 combined with Netflix, Unblock-Us, Hulu, and online movie rentals will get you pretty much anything you might want, for under $25/month.
Alright. I'll bite, let's get some more context before I call you stupid like everyone else has.
First, https://lifehacker.com/why-you-hate-waiting-in-line-5936520 cites a study that gets thrown around a lot indicating people overestimate the time they've spent in line by as much as 36%.
So, with this relevant information in mind, for the ~~10~~ roughly 7 and a half minutes you were waiting, what did you do?
A good way to find new running/cycling trails in a city is to look at Strava's heat maps: http://labs.strava.com/heatmap/#12/-106.64051/52.13781/blue/run. As well, if you join Strava, you can see segments people have made (basically, stretches of road/trail that will record your time to a leaderboard). In general, if a lot of other people are running in those areas, it's safe/interesting/convenient.
The best way to experience the river, besides sticking to the Meewasin trail itself, is to do some trail running. Pretty much any time you see a dirt trail veer off the Meewasin, it is MTB single track, which you can run on too (but be on the lookout for bikes and yield to them when it's very narrow since it's more difficult for them to stop and avoid you). I like the section from Gabriel Dumont Park to Chief Whitecap. It's beautiful and there's plenty of trail running (ex: https://www.strava.com/segments/7323952) you can do. But if safety is a concern, you can stick to the main path as well.
There's also a transit rider's group - Facebook link, Google group. They're doing a good job of getting into the news and putting pressure on parties involved.
There's cheap tickets on Groupon for anyone who's looking.
It's also colder than Hell. (even though I've never understood that phrase) And it is a cold day in Hell, and Hell is frozen over.
You've got a good idea but I'd suggest using something like
Or if you want to be a little more fancy, sign up for a free service like Mint and use their smartphone app to keep your budget up to date:
I had this issue and found out my antenna was UHF only. I ended up buying a Winegard Flatwave Amped off amazon and it works great. The non amplified version would likely work too as the towers aren't that far away but they had a good open box deal on the amped version. It is rated for both VHF and UHF.
This right here, I always use a VPN for anything and everything. If I'm breathing, my VPN is on. I also use Private Internet Access and would recommend it to anyone. For a good free one, there is ProtonVPN if you can't afford a subscription (no P2P support though on the free tiers).
As for the tenancy violations I cannot add more than what has already been said.
Find a new place.
Report him to the provincial authorities.
Report his housing conditions to the fire department as that is a gross violation of numerous codes.
Take him to court for any damages incurred from his harassment, or if you deem it necessary.
Google play store says this:
This app is compatible with some of your devices.
So they are blocking ALL non maxstream boxes for playstore right now.
Guess I will have to get someone to grab .apk or dump it myself.
I'm not sure what kind of phone you use but near the end of my bus days I was using the Transit app for android and it definitely gave me some peace of mind knowing if a bus was coming or if it came and left early.
You can add a battery warmer and possibly a trickle charger/battery maintainer to the equation, all running off a splitter with your block heater. Something like this: https://www.amazon.ca/Schumacher-SC1300-1-5A-Battery-Maintainer/dp/B07894CFCR
Also I'd talk to VW about this - they might have some solutions as well.
You better look again, found cheaper
If you're really feeling generous heated sock
We bought birch from Del Firewood. Birch or maple are more expensive than pine, but makes such a nicer fire without the snapping and heavy smoke. I think it's worth the extra cost. Del Firewood had great communication and price, and delivery was on time. Here is their Facebook marketplace listing
There's a difference between feeling unsafe and being unsafe. There is numerous amounts of data and studies showing that people often over estimate their perceived feelings of unease or not being safe.
Here's just a few of them. Feeling unsafe is a waste of money and resources. Grow up.
Here’s a pair that’s 20,000 lumens. You can either fight em or Join em
Magnolia Table cookbook has a really awesome recipe for Tortilla Soup that rivals what I’ve had in restaurants around here. 😊
I am absolutely addicted to the cool runnings jerk sauce and marinade. The one labeled “hot” is not to be taken lightly, the second ingredient is scotch bonnet and unless you can stomach really spicy food then don’t bother. Made in Jamaica, the most authentic I’ve come across since visiting Jamaica.
It looks like it works similar to this one from Norpro I read also works well for sour cherries:
Unfortunately that Norpro one is out of stock or on backorder everywhere in Canada and from U.S. Amazon sellers will still take more than a week to get. I see there's another Amazon seller offering the Leifheit one in stock in Canada but for twice the price.
Weird that nobody gave you the actual SK emergency alert app
Install this app, and you will get the push alerts for tornado watches and other types of storms. When you are driving around and there is a tornado warning where you are, your phone will go off, making that blaring noise.
The City of Saskatoon also has https://www.saskatoon.ca/services-residents/fire-emergency/notifynow which is good for flooding, fires power outages and other storm type things.
I’d recommend this book. It might help you figure out how to manage him better.
This is the cheapest USB-C dock on Amazon with
- Gigabit ethernet
- Display Port + HDMI
- Dual 4K
- 60W+ Power over the USB-C
Got mine at Amazon. VIOFO A119 V3. Its a 1080P, or 1440P, dash cam with a ton of features... the most important of which being its capacitor based, not battery based, so it works in extreme cold climates.
DO NOT BUY ONE THAT IS BATTERY BASED. You want capacitor, especially in this climate.
Its considered one of the best out there. I bought it after lots of research a few years ago. Still going very strong.
Like this? https://www.amazon.ca/Tractive-Waterproof-GPS-Cat-Tracker/dp/B09NN435JD/ref=sr_1_2_sspa
You will need to get a subscription plan as well, but I have no idea what that would cost.
I know three devs from noodlecake broke off to make a new studio called winterpixel games. They have produced an awesome game called rocket bot royale that I have been beta testing! You can check out their site or test the game yourself.
Well today I went and knocked down any mounds of snow so they melt in the coming week.
When my yard is dried I’ll use a heavy duty garden rake a dethatch the yard twice. Then I’ll give it a proper mow/fertilize/water. Likely near mid/late April here.
I have a treager and love it, but I’m not sure I would pay the price for a new one. PitBoss has a great rep and has a better price. You can also get a bbq/smoker combo which has good reviews (https://pitboss-grills.com/grills/combos/pit-boss-sportsman-pellet-gas-combo-grill)
That’s for pellet grills, if you want a charcoal smoker, that’s a whole new ballgame. I would recommend a master built gravity series. Like a pellet grill but with charcoal!
Masterbuilt MB20040220 Gravity Series 560 Digital Charcoal Grill + Smoker, Black https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07XY1KGZH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Q4R27AAZMH88CPQKSWYK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Couldn’t find anything in Saskatoon online.
Here are some from online. Never used
Cool! I have a 1968 General Electric turntable that's similar, also a made in Canada model.
If the needle (stylus) is the only thing that's not working, then it's a relatively easy fix. You'll need to find a replacement, which is where things get tricky. These turntables have been discontinued for over a half-century and finding the right parts can be difficult. Most of them use proprietary cartridges (part that holds the needle), and so you'll have to track down and install that exact part. Your Turntable is one that needs a very specific part, so you can't use just any replacement.
Another thing to look out for: your records might sound slow or wobbly when you finally get it working. Turntables have belts in them like the engines of cars, and the rubber of those belts goes bad over time. They stretch out, shrink, break, or disintegrate, so you'll need to replace the belt if that's the case. Fortunately, belts aren't hard to replace, and you can easily buy bulk packs of them for a few bucks, and one of them will be sure to fit. My General Electric needed a new belt when I first got it, and replacing it really isn't tricky.
Unfortunately, your turntable is exceptionally rare. There is no good information on the internet that I can find for either Audition or Champagne Enterprises. To me, your turntable looks like a rebranded Tele-Tone, which were children's turntables in the mid-60s. You probably can use a Tele-Tone needle? Maybe? Here's a shop that sells them. This Astatic brand needle looks like it would be perfect.
If you need help installing the parts, I would just contact any record shop here in town.
Good luck with your record player!
If money is tight Amazon has several interest free monthly payments laptops for sale. Check this link if it says monthly payments your good to go.
$45 for a pack of 6!
I've put up plastic netting across the entire opening of my balcony plus spikes along the railing.
So you picked the shortest month, and the coldest month that we'd had since 1979. That's not a regular thing. Even then, the point you're trying to make is still incorrect. The average temperature for February 2019 was -24°C.
Oh, the guy running this Kickstarter makes EXCELLENT Mead - he's out in Edmonton, but maybe you can connect and see if you can get some!
(And yes, I backed this! I want to learn to make mead from a Viking!)
The nexus has fortified glass if I remember...
Most phones use Gorilla Glass now, which is suppose to not get cracks and very durable. Some phones which don't.. need this extra protection or run the risk or a chip or crack in it.
Similar to me making a $2 copy of my mail key, instead of paying $85 dollars if I lose it, prevention for a small price is worth it.
Maybe don't set your test server to Germany... If it auto selected Germany, then you have a VPN running and it's your own fault.
Here's Mine. I pay for 300/80. I'll give them that little bit of leeway that they're off by.
I remember seeing a used one on Facebook marketplace?
Edit: got the link. I’m in no way affiliated with this person, your post just reminded me of it. It may not even be what you want
My dentist had them at reception. Your doctor's office likely will provide them if you do not have them.
Cloth masks are all over FB marketplace for $5-10 each, but getting them before noon might be tough.
Factory Optical always has a BOGO deal where you can buy any designer glasses and get a pair of their in-store designers glasses for free. That combined with this groupon that always seems to be on where you get $175 off your total purchase makes 'em pretty cheap.
Dropbox is quickly becoming a large US business, sniping some of the hottest talent in the industry directly away from say the likes of google for example.
I don't see what DeCSS has to do with this issue.
If you want some other comparable services I'd advise a look at this chart. Microsoft and Google also both provide a near identical service. (Skydrive and Google Drive) You may be more familiar with their services to get an idea of what to expect from Dropbox.
Dr Yazdani is great and even setup free virtual consultations for the rest of the month so people can discuss their needs and book appointments.
Get a portable 12v solar panel such as this one. Put it up on your dashboard, park facing south. Wire it into your battery directly rather than through the cigarette lighter since I think some cars have a circuit protection that prevents charging the way.
It doesn't need to be a powerful charger just having a trickle will help keep it warm and also keep it's voltage up
VIOFO A119 v3. Came with a GPS Logger and the CPL filter for glare reduction.
This should be it: https://www.amazon.ca/VIOFO-A119-1600P-Camera-Logger/dp/B07SWYVYJ7
600pcs 12 Kinds of Small Screws Nuts Assortment Kit Stainless Steel for Watches Glassess M1 M1.2 M1.4 M1.6, Full Thread, Plain Finish https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B075SBJN6Z/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_g_W2NXD4BH45DHQ2RKY4D2
You can buy it on amazon if you can't find it town https://www.amazon.ca/Cavenders-All-Purpose-Greek-Seasoning/dp/B004H81QOA/ref=asc_df_B004H81QOA/?tag=googleshopc0c-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=292913768814&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=6313816149765218764&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9001268&hvtargid=pla-525523112359&psc=1
If you have the trouble finding heated gloves you like, my wife swears by hot paws for working outside in the cold.
And if you don't have one that does you can get a thermostat like this to turn on your blockheater at -18 or colder.
I use a timer but if you don't leave at a regular time then this is a good solution. https://www.amazon.ca/Farm-Innovators-TC-3-Thermostatically-Controlled/dp/B001ADUKRO/
Sounds like this would be right up your alley.
Shame they dont have it in Canada, and its $200, I saw one when I went to Cali in november, I kind of wanted one.
Found the link (from Saskatoon Tribal Council's Facebook post) - looks like you can register and request transportation. Registration
Are you at all creative or have Photoshop? If so, I suggest using a template like this, https://creativemarket.com/everdrifter/4111555-Map-Poster-Creator-for-Photoshop
You can design exactly what you want and have it printed locally. I have done something similar with a map of the stars and it turned out nice.
This is a very rough estimate calculator
I think there may be more nuance than this, doctor recommendations, people who work with the public vs people who can still work from home, etc. But only time will really tell. And by time I mean a very quick and efficient government of Saskatchewan response.
in light of this new information i'd like to amend the petition to include funding for 15,000 of these:
Maybe one of these if you want peace of mind?
I would definitely try to call in a friend or relative to stay with you for a bit, mostly just because birth is really tough! I wish you the best of luck, and I hope you find what you need
I have no idea what Costco normally charges, but their sugar is available on Amazon.
Otherwise I think you might be limited to the smaller bags you can find at the store.
I just bought this a few weeks ago. http://www.gearbest.com/car-dvr/pp_69368.html
Very nice quality for the price. So far I am impressed. I just need to get the power wire routed a little more permanently and the maybe order another one to look out the rear.
EDIT: https://dashcamtalk.com/ Good site for finding info on dash cams.
Yes, it's the upper level that system coming in that is pushing it all that direction.
The OP put effort (on their own time) into making something that can add value to those coming here. I know commenting anonymously on the internet cloaks and shields us from any accountability regarding our impacts on others but that doesn't merit one being sour and abrasive.
I see he's no longer listed on the UofS Music Dept faculty.
TIL while googling Mark that Neil Curry is a hilariously terrible prof, at least according to this.
>One tank was faster, more mobile, lighter, had a higher rate of fire, was more accurate, more likely to spot the enemy first due to proliferation of optics, had faster traverse, and had a stabilized gun. That tank was the Sherman.
Nice copy pasta. You stole this bit from Nicholas Moran, copying it word for word. Try giving a citation next time so people don't get the wrong idea and accuse you of plagiarism.
Anyway, alot of what he said isn't true. The Tiger and Panther both had better mobility than the Sherman. They had lower ground pressure, higher power to weight ratio, better suspension, and neutral steering. The 88mm L56 and 75mm L70 were far more accurate than the 76mm M1. German optics were also flat out superior to the Americans.
The TZF 12a (Panther) and TZF 9c (Tiger) gunsight had adjustable magnifications, and could go from 2.5x power to 5x power. Not only that, but they had a wider field of view than the Shermans gunsight. The TZF 9c had a 28 degree FOV at 2.5x magnification, whereas the M70F had only a 13 degree FOV at 3x magnification.
It sounds like you have a network issue, maybe not an internet issue.
You could buy your own router and set it up with dd-wrt, which allows you to configure every last detail.
You really should call Shaw and get them to help you out if you're not getting the advertised speeds. I never have problems, so there's something wrong with your hardware setup.
I realize this is late for this, but it's a good discussion. I've done a few astrophotography sessions and found that heading west on Hwy 5 to be a great direction to see some great stars/aurora/whatever without having to go too far out of town. The hills and valleys out that way do a good job masking light from the city and when looking North in particular for Aurora going west there's really not much out that way and the lights from the city (or dalmeny, warmen, martensville, etc) aren't in your way. I shot these from that vantage point a couple years ago:
If they end up wanting to charge you too much, check out this guide. I followed it when I did my repair and it was really useful. You just need to be careful and take your time and it'll go smoothly.
Good advice. Another option now is 126.96.36.199 (Quad 9). Quad 9 also blocks malicious sites but doesn't filter anything else.
Will Quad9 filter content?
No. Quad9 will not provide a censoring component and will limit its actions solely to the blocking of malicious domains around phishing, malware, and exploit kit domains.
I'm on SaskTel DSL, however wasn't affected because I use Open DNS. Not thumbing my nose, just letting people know there are alternatives. I chose it because it allows me to easily filter all traffic by content categories at the DNS level (so that even the kids' iPods are filtered). It isn't perfect and I don't expect it to be, but's it's way more than good enough and it's free.
Plus Adblock plus or Ublock origin. Keeps malware ads on a spiked leash.
Plus privacy badger EFF.org, as it can block certain content as well.
Another privacy tool, HTTPSeverywhere as a way to force HTTPS on sites that support encryption, as an extra bit to keep prying eyes out of your data.
If a site's video link says to install a codec (virus download), find another link.
There's an open source database you can clone, access via API, or download here: https://www.back4app.com/database/back4app/car-make-model-dataset that's 1992-2020. Seems a good starting point.
There are also a number of databases here: https://www.teoalida.com/cardatabase/ that seem quite complete. Includes a model database 1945-present, 211 makes, 5760 models available for US$57.60.
You can get built-in OCR with the pro version of PDF exchange. To use it, you open the document in the program and then select ocr from a drop down and let it do its thing for a while. Zero learning curve.
I got these from Amazon: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08K7CCPXP/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_APHYGP2NSPZ6WDR2TQB1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
They fit my 2.5 year old well, they have the adjustable sides and I throw them in the washing machine and dryer and they’ve held up so far.
here you go
My experience installing the bathroom fan on my own.
The roof job you can do it yourself. If you have the right tools and watch a couple of videos of This Old House
Electrical can be tricky. If its not already installed.
If you go through the vapour barrier in the bathroom ceiling. You need a permit from the city of Saskatoon.
Depending where your bathroom exhaust is going to be, the closer to the edge of the roof the trickier it will be to work in. Definitely go in the attic early in the morning and not when its too hot to be up there and buy yourself a half face respirator.
I'd lend you mine but I accidentally sold it with my last car. For next time, I highly recommend these. You can leave it in the car and use your phone next time you run into issues.
For documentation, get a Wyze Cam, a microSD card of 32GB or more, and set it to record events when it hears a loud noise. That way you don't have to worry about "catching" the noises to record them. You can then save snippets of the video it records to your phone to use as evidence. I wish you the best of luck.
Thanks. The price is obviously important but portability is the reason I'm looking for the smallest option. I'd like to be able to put it in the trunk of the car easily and use it at my family's houses. Would an electric one be any better such as
I still use Kodi. I use Real Debrid and Fen (and IPVanish VPN) and it works pretty well most of the time. Check out r/addons4kodi.
Edit to add: I have an Android Box and started out as a super beginner. Just read forums and step-by-steps for setup.
I became a kimchi fan and realized if you need next level kimchi for spice/heat/flavour variety, you need to make it yourself. It’s as easy as chopping/tossing a salad. Just buy these
And some wide mouth mason jars.
Then google kimchi recipes. Best/easiest little home hobby
This was around midnight. It's rare to see them in the city. Download the aurora app..I got a warning they were possible and went out for a walk.
I use this app for in-home workouts, it's free.
Naw, these ones are ok. They are the same stuff they use in baking and vape pens, lol.
I like Tri-Core pillows, they take a few nights to get used to but the cradle for your neck is awesome.
It's not much help now, but they have locked delivery boxes for your front door step. Works kind of like those red Canada Post boxes. This is one I found, it's pricy, but if you don't have to worry about reordering stolen packages it might balance out.
If you can't find one in the city, it looks like Amazon has them.
It's worth checking Sport Chek, Walmart, and Canadian Tire all three carry weights and kettlebells and I've found selection in store is often different from what their websites suggest.
If you already have dumbbells there are also kettlebell grips that might be worth a look... https://www.amazon.ca/Yes4All-Kettlebell-Grip-Dumbbells-Kettlebells/dp/B085FY4QBY/
with sasktel and zero issues. Lots of complaints on both shaw and sasktel are due to wifi issues that are beyond there control. Just think what is not wifi enabled these days
I should get sasktel to install 3 of these to replace my AP unit @ $450 each
Not always possible. There are items at local stores that are more than double amazons price. I purchased this pen plus refills for $90 at Soul Paper, went home and checked and it’s on Amazon it’s $44
Lamy AL-Star Fountain Pen (M) & 5 Black Ink Cartridges (Black Purple) https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B074ZGY8BQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_1QTUFb8FJG6WC
https://www.soulpaper.ca/products/lamy-fountain-pen-all-star (70$ for just the pen, extra for refills)
It’s good to try to get things local, but there is an obvious markup of items in order to ensure the local businesses are able to keep their doors open. You could argue “well if everyone bought local more, the local shops could then drop prices because they can order more at a time” - but is that actually going to happen? Or by buying local at ridiculous prices just going to show the businesses that we agree with their price point and then they just keep it at that cause they are able to profit.
Maybe just don’t make obvious “shop local” posts, we all know local is a good idea, but in all honesty we should try to just have a balanced approach at it. It’s not a one or the other kinda situation