This is the mattress we bought. We like it.
Total would be $255.25 for both but there are less expensive platform beds too. Plus with Amazon they deliver it right to your door and you don’t have to worry about Finding someone with a truck to move the bed for you.
Just downvote and walk away.
As someone noted just the other day. inteller is an insufferable troll
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stick this baby in your attic
I used one in Jenks and I'm using one in midtown.
Just point it to the east.
Also.. Channel 6 just changed their virtual channel or some-such about a month ago.
You'll need to rescan your channels to get Channel 6 back
This one; link got blocked before, so trying again: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I0ZGOZM?amp=&crid=20O9XWQ3BFN08&amp=&sprefix=reverse&linkCode=ll1&tag=cucast-20&linkId=a12d16b81eeb13277dfc6d96056856c5&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl
Yes I can. On <strong>average</strong>, people drive about 1,000 miles per month and average fuel economy is around 25mpg (and going up each year) so most people use about 10 gallons per week and will pay about 30 cents more per week.
That is such a tiny inconsequential amount, it's not worth getting in such a fuss over. If you can't afford $0.30 per week to help pay the market value for teachers, maybe you can't afford a car at all.
You could just learn how to make them at home. That's what I did.
Weber kettle 18inch or larger(or you can sear with a chimney charcoal starter)(blue bags of Kingsford are on sale every grilling holiday over the summer for $5/bag at Lowe's and home Depot) don't use match light, use a chimney with a lighter cube or alternative
Slow n sear, this is needed if you want to sear without the charcoal starter.(YouTube the cold grate technique) you want end to end brown on the outside, not sear marks from the grate and gray between the marks.
A proper thermometer (thermopop$30 or thermapen $60+ ) I had this one on Amazon and it was accurate https://www.amazon.com/CDN-DTQ450X-Thin-Tip-Thermometer/dp/B0021AEAG2?keywords=cdn+thermometer&qid=1537113187&sr=8-3&ref=mp_s_a_1_3
Learning how and where to buy steak. Personality I buy an upper choice grade or prime for $15/pound my wife and I split a 1-1&1/3 pound steak every Friday night.
Edit: you can YouTube and Google all the keywords I gave, there is lots of information out there. I think the cold grate technique video gives a great example of how to reverse sear a steak. But all the tools in the world can't turn a bad steak into a good one, focus on buying a proper steak, then focus on how to properly sear.
Do you, man. This IS a free country. Also, here's what I understand fascism to be. I'm curious what you think it is?
> So here's the deal, if you are in the traffic circle don't fucking stop for traffic outside the circle, it is dangerous for someone coming up behind you watching incoming traffic.
And use your blinker. Left when going in or staying in, right when your ramp is next.
> If you are timid when driving you might want to avoid the traffic circles in Tulsa.
Or just stop driving, since they're here to stay, and some places are replacing their traffic lights with them, systematically, already.
Looks like this short cycleway comprised of two lanes, one in each direction, and a generously wide sidewalk, terminating in a fishing platform/viewpoint/turnaroud.
If she is poor then she needs to get on Medicaid if she's eligible.
You are able to post this on Reddit so call the numbers in this link and find your options. She might not be eligible for Medicaid and the call line will tell her other options.
It's too late for exchange plans (heavily subsidized for poor folk) so you screwed up there. But your mother might be eligible for enrollment anyway. Call the number below and find your options.
Don't expect someone else to give you coverage. You have to take the time and do the research. You have to take responsibility and get your mother insurance. It's not unaffordable anymore. The problem is you waited and the exchange isn't in open enrollment. You could have gotten her a heavily subsidized plan for $20-$30 a month. But, call the numbers below. Also, call the exchange and see if your mother qualifies for an exemption.
I am not sure if you would consider this cheap, or not, but, The Holiday Inn that is downtown is $82: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g51697-d1629323-Reviews-Holiday_Inn_Tulsa_City_Center-Tulsa_Oklahoma.html
Staying downtown puts you only a couple of miles from the Circle Cinema and close to a lot of bars and restaurants.
I think this is a link to the book that most people base the idea on.
The theory is that a often repeated event happens, even though you meant for something else to happen. After hearing the TCSO talk about it, I thought it was kind of suspicious till I read a little bit about it and realized it's happened to me.
On more than one occasion, I've turned right out of my apartment complex, rather than left as right was the way I would go for work for nearly two years. That's an example of a slips & capture event.
According to Sternberg (1996), "slips are most likely to occur (a) when we must deviate from a routine, and automatic processes inappropriately override intentional, controlled processes; or (b) when automatic processes are interrupted - usually as a result of external events or data, but sometimes as a result of internal events, such as highly distracting thoughts."
AT&T Fiber 1000/1000 is $90/month and has no transfer limit. It's a LOT more reliable than my Cox cable used to be. Download speeds have suffered a bit recently with everyone at home, but I don't notice in real world usage.
Yeah, but some models are showing as much as 3" of rain between Tue and Wed. I hope that doesn't require an increase to 300,000 or higher.
Marketplace insurance for people who make 12k-46k or 12k-29k is pretty cheap. between $90-$120/month for pretty good insurance (low or no co pay, low deductible/out of pocket costs, cheap prescriptions, $1000ish max out of pocket for the year). That's cheaper and better than I was paying for insurance through my job.
Never did understand the love-affair this region has with Mazzios, everything they got tastes and looks exactly like I remember school cafeterias having when I was growing up. This generally not a good thing.
(though teriyaki chicken bento fridays did plain rule in high school, best thing I've ever seen any school serve)
Peppers is more Tex Mex, but also has a long steak menu, they're pretty hard to beat. It's less country and more 1980s road rock hits (think Travelling Wilburys and their associated solo acts) for a musical selection. I want to say Saturday has the best steak prices. They also have cheap but good margaritas (like, $2 for a small or not that much more for basically a fishbowl). They have at least two locations, Utica Square and Delaware Crossing.
I think they meant the 3rd-4th Bike Boulevard two blocks north of that, it runs most of the way across town and about a third of it has dedicated bike lanes, and the rest have designated bike lanes that motorists may use (literally the same as any other lane, but these have a bicycle and some chevrons painted on it).
The pig trail is fun, if you have a fast car it's more fun.
I stopped and hiked about a hundred yards and ran into a bear. I ran away.
I went here too: http://www.blanchardsprings.org/
Both were nice.
It's a "service" that allows you to make recipes, kinda coding for dummies (myself included). So for example, i can enter a tracking number and tell it to send me a text, or an email or turn on the lights in my bathroom if that tracking information updates. Kinda neat.
In your case, you have it email/text you when a new result comes up on eBay or craigslist concerning a 70d. It's not immediate but normally within an hour or two of happening, and it's free.
Sorry for all the text, it's not as complicated as it may appear. Read more or give it a try here. Good luck w/ your camera.
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Get you a pair of these. They’re awesome! They slip over your shoes and you can take them off when you don’t need them. My husband and I have used them for years. The brand Yaktrax also makes some good ones.
There is an app called "ISS Detector" that will give you notifications whenever it does a flyover. It also tracks the Starlink satellite, Chinese space station and several other satellites. I highly recommend the app, my 10 year old is always down to go look at any of the "fly-bys". You can also do an upgrade to have it track and give notifications for different planets in our solar system.
Your lemon pepper wings would be better I promise.
For most, they'll need to point their antenna south and to the east as the main broadcast towers are out by Coweta.
Put your address here to show where the antennas are in relation to your address: https://antennaweb.org/Address
Or just simple trial and error of pointing the antenna once it's hooked up :)
Like others said, a paper clip might work. Even better a 2x4 and some coat hanger :) Some pics/specs I posted long time ago:
Most of the city isn't on fire. Just avoid a couple blocks around the Injustice Center and the Portland Police Gang Hall, and Portland is it's usual pre-unrest, pandemic quarantine self right now. Which is to say that a weekend's worth visiting but a week's probably a bit much.
You say that, but Portland does get just as hot as it does here. And traffic tends to increase the warmer it gets. Doesn't really cut traffic where cycling is normalized elsewhere either. You probably won't see them used much this summer because the campus is closed and that's about the only place that the 11th Street lanes go. Most through bicycle traffic will be taking the 3rd/4th Bike Boulevard on the other side of campus, because it goes all the way across the eastside.
No it won’t. It should be in the low 80s/mid 70s when the show starts in mid September when the average high is 83F. That is one of the best times of year for an outdoor concert in Tulsa.
I used to ride at River Run Farm when I was younger, you should check them out. They do English horseback riding and also have some summer camps for children.
Just had Kristi from All the Above Cleaning come to the house today. Can't comment on the price (her service today was a Christmas gift) but she did an excellent job on cleaning and is a really nice lady to talk to.
I don't think she has a website, but you can find some reviews and contact here
Did you know Houston actually has gotten more tornado than Tulsa. Everybody thinks Oklahoma is where all the tornado hit but tons of other places get them too. Here is a heat map of tornado activity and they also have listed of all tornado by month since 1950 for tons of cities. https://weather.com/science/weather-explainers/news/tornado-season-explained-gif
Tulsa has only had 8 more tornado than new Orleans since 1950. Who would have thought that!
Go geocaching! if you have some kind of GPS-enabled device and a sense of adventure, you've got all you'll need. It's a high-tech treasure hunt. Honestly, some of the geocaching adventures I've had in Tulsa are my best memories from the time I lived there. You'll get a unique tour of the city, and will probably come away with some really interesting souvenirs.
...oh, and if you end up going, and you're in the area of 51st and Harvard, you may come across some of the treasures I've personally hidden. :)
I try to stay on top of OklaDOT announcements and update OpenStreetMap in real time. If you just need a drop-in replacement for Google Maps, then Magic Earth is a good solution. Osmand gets more into it if you need better bicycle and pedestrian directions.
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Remember that all nouns are words naming people, animals, places, things, and ideas. Every noun can be further classified as either common or proper. The distinction is very easy to make.
For the idiots downvoting basic English skills
The link if any of you keep your movies together with Ultraviolet: Vudu: Home, James
PS Im buying this. The trailer looked great. Thanks for the heads up
Start at 53:00. This is where Chip Paul address this. This is what I am going off of.
In the right info box, look under type category for a link to whatever browser you use.
And Privacy Badger to stop the net from tracking you.
There are several developer user groups here in Tulsa. You can find most on meetup.com. As for quality, most tend to cycle up and down over time. There are definitely still Java shops here in town. Some of the bigger ones are Rockwell Collins, Avis, Blue Cross Blue Shield.
I got this for a whopping 12 bucks last year and connect it to the main splitter so that all my TVs can utilize the channels. I have it up in the attic and get all the main channels. Reception gets a little stutter-y once in a while, but for the price its been great.
With the cheap antennas, placement of the antenna is key.
Get it as high as possible.
If it's one of those flat rectangle jobs. I've found that it doesn't work well if there's a gap between the antenna and some object (ie wall).. Gotta get it flush to the wall (sticky tack is your friend)
Then, depending on your TV, you may need to have it search for stations and find the channel first. One of my TVs won't let me tune directly to a channel if it didn't find it in it's search first. Which can be annoying when trying to find optimal antenna placement.
Eufy Battery Doorbell Cam stores everything in the "HomeBase" (basically a NAS) inside your home, and still provides access to recorded "events" and live video feed via phone apps. It can be installed as battery powered only, or wired up to your doorbell (as low as 8 volts, all other wired doorbell cams require 16v or more) and only use the battery as backup.
Amazon had a special "deal" where it was $186 over the weekend; it's $199 now.
I resent the idea of Ring becoming bedfellows with law enforcement, the intrusiveness of Alexa and Google Home, and I'm wary of Chinese IoT botnet hacks and Big Data in general. So Eufy keeping my video under my control at my premises is much more aligned with my preferences.
There's a book titled "Tulsa Haunted Memories" that's really interesting, if anything for the history aspect as well.
Not very highly-regarded on Amazon, but I've got a copy and will vouch that it's at least interesting.
we use this on our work phones for when away from the scanner bank.
it does well.
They have whistles you can buy to put on your car to help prevent this:
I saw a deer get hit by the car in front of me around 91st and Garnett a few years ago. It was a juvenile and the poor thing's foot popped off and flew about a 100 feet. Pretty sick. I also hit a baby mountain lion one time in Oregon. Felt horrible.
It's hot, but it's not the hottest place on earth today.
The high temperature in Kuwait City was 122°F today
It's currently 11:15pm and 106° F there
We use one of these, and they clean our silver like magic. It says they're safe for stones, but I've never tried it. From what I've heard, and I don't know if it's true or not, but a lot of jewelry stores supposedly use these to do cleanings in the back.
I spend most of my days at the computer and was having the same sort of pain. It got to the point of my main doc recommending surgery before I visited another and he recommended trying a tennis elbow compression strap (check Amazon). My arm/typing felt normal again just after 10 days or so. Since then I wear one of these anytime I'm at the keyboard and everything has been great for years.
My ex is obsessed with it. It seems like a great hobby, especially after learning to sauder. And I can tell you that saudering is a common thing as you will be doing a lot of repairs after a crash but it's addictive.
I advise to get yourself one of these and to prepare yourself for lots of propeller purchases. I like to see more of the sporty drones around and look forward to you joining in. Good luck and thanks for the post!
Not free, but cheap: Amazon. Recoup half your cost by selling them on craigslist or Facebook Marketplace after unpacking https://www.amazon.com/ECOBASICKT01-Moving-Boxes-Economy-UBOXES/dp/B005HJ8ZSS?crid=3OIQNS69TOW96&keywords=moving+boxes+kit&qid=1668802216&sprefix=moving+boxes+ki%2Caps%2C139&sr=8-7&linkCode=ll1&tag=cucast-20&linkId=bff83fe66bfce7084145c731c7ca567a&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl
Old house / grid = rust (orange) in pipes. I'm in a newer build on RWD#5 and no orange stage 1, even after neglecting to change them for over a year. Flip side, I go RV'ing to an older camp ground on well water, boom, orange in my filter, just from a couple nights stay.
You could get a TDS, total dissolved solids, meter. It won't show you the makeup of your water but it's a starting point. https://www.amazon.com/Lxuemlu-Professional-Temperature-0-9999ppm-Aquariums/dp/B0BGYFJ6Q1
I'm also a fan of a water hardness tester as that's what I'm mainly battling with RWD#5 water: https://www.amazon.com/Hach-145300-Total-Hardness-Model/dp/B008FM7WLU
Hardness = calcium = unsightly white build up on faucets, clogged heads, and soap that isn't as effective at getting things cleaned.
I dropped off a few things on that list to Emergency Infant Services this week. I'd say check with them if able, they really help a lot of families in the community out and worth my extra effort to donate these things specifically to them.
My daughter had lots of spit-up issues and I would highly recommend 2 sets of these really soft white muslin burp cloths. They were amazing. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DLBP4XW
Peltier dehumidifiers, cheapest place to get them is amazon, usually between $30 and $60.
I picked up a couple of these for my hotel room when I was travelling for work. They work great in assisting the AC to remove moisture from the air. The humidity is what makes it feel hotter in the summer, and chillier in the winter.
Outside of the house, I cope by embracing the suck. When I step outside and it feels like a sauna, I tell myself, "oh, it's just like a sauna.. I can feel my aches and tension melting away!" Or stepping into a hot car: ''Not only is it a sauna, but look... heated seats and steering wheel!"
There's really no other way around it. I moved here a few years ago, too, from a much milder climate. I used to be pretty self conscious about sweating, where I used to live, as I'd break out before others. But Tulsa humidity is the great equalizer... it turns everyone into puddles of sweat in short order, leaving no single person feeling self-conscious about it.
See.... I used to always suggest those radio's; But as a retail guy, All i ever got back was along the lines of "What if the batteries are dead?"......
.... Whelp geniuses. Charge the batteries (A lot of you are "duh", but work retail, this is legit a query we get",...or just get a rechargeable, hand crank Radio. https://www.amazon.com/Emergency-Portable-Rechargeable-Flashlight-Survival/dp/B08SQ6YJ9T (Not this one specifically, just first link i found to one similar to what we sell at my store).
These are pretty decent: https://www.amazon.com/VIOFO-2560x1440P-140-Degree-Included-Detection/dp/B07SRQH4R7/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Aukey+dash+cam&qid=1644527451&sr=8-1
I’ve used an older model for the last three years, no real issues. It can overheat when setting out exposed to sun, on a hot Oklahoma summer day (very rare). Garmin mini dash cam is supposed to be pretty decent as well; I’ll probably switch to it soon. https://www.amazon.com/Garmin-140-degree-Monitor-Connected-Features/dp/B0931YZ82P/ref=sr_1_1?crid=29LCRLO744THE&keywords=garmin+dash+cam+mini+2&qid=1644527676&sprefix=Garmin+%2Caps%2C224&sr=8-1
This is a GearLaunch scammer.
1-5 months old account that started posting recently. Their posts are all reposts or generic or copied comments.
If there's a shop link posted, check for the "Powered by GearLaunch" logo. Sites with that logo are mostly used by scammers to sell designs they stole from legitimate artists.
GearLaunch also has a history of not sending ordered items and refusing to give refunds.
Go to /r/GearLaunchSpam for more info.
Just thought of another one... an alarm with remote start is like $100 installed these days for a basic unit, and someplace like Car Toys will install it while you wait. Get out, set alarm, hit remote start to kick the AC back on. Then the keys aren't in it, the steering's still locked and stepping on the brake will kill the engine if the key isn't back in it and turned to the Run position. Sure, you still have to worry about the dogs stepping on the brake themselves, but, you're already supposed to secure your animals so they can't get launched in a crash, and dog seatbelts are like, $10, and if you're already doing that...well, problem solved.
This is accurate. Even if you consider other tribes, MCN is a good 30 minute drive, minimum, in any direction, from anything that wouldn't be considered any tribe's land, in any direction.
The way US 64 hooks around town there's not really a "north or south of" for that highway here. It enters from Sand Springs to the west, loops through Tulsa on the freeway and leaves to the south through Bixby. In the grand scheme of things, most people in metro Tulsa live "south" of US 64.
Literally directly across memorial from there is in Bixby. The line through there is 111th west of Memorial, 101st east of it and Memorial itself in between. https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=18/36.00775/-95.88672
I think we took shifts waiting in line for about 28 days in front of the Movies On TV back in high school. There was nothing else on the south side of TV Highway but farmland, mostly hops farms and horse pastures, and then a random bigass brand new theater. We made the front page of the Hillsboro Argus.
The round robin stakeout was more fun than the movie.
Denver is pretty brutal, but fortunately Main and the side streets between can get you to within half a block of anywhere on Denver by bicycle.
I like Seventy First Wine and Spirits pretty well, but it's a bit out of the way. I mostly buy scotch there, though.
Tulsa is weird since every one of them is different, and only recently did good beer start to trickle into the market from other states.
I've had luck talking to the owners (who are often there, especially in the morning) and asking them about specific beers. Often they just don't know if there is interest for specific brands and types so they don't order them until people ask. I've had luck doing this.
I handed out flyers for the missing cat yesterday, Wednesday, 12/01. Here is an update from one of my neighbors.
It appears Helmit was abducted by a visitor staying with an unknown neighbor in Sunrise Terrace (17th & Harvard).
I'm going to need your brains on this. Please like this post, hopefully it will spread outside of Tulsa.
A lady drove up to my neighbor asking about Helmit, saying "I've been watching this cat and wondering if she is a stray."
Strange woman then goes on to say she is visiting from out of town and would like to take Helmit back home with her to live as an indoor cat.
My neighbor, who did not know Helmit's situation, picked up Helmit examined her and told strange woman "Helmit has a nice coat and is docile and has weight on her; she is not a stray."
Helmit did not make it for home dinner Friday night.
My assertion is the strange woman was on a walk in the neighborhood perhaps after the big meal on Thanksgiving day, met Helmit and later drove back to fetch her.
Im looking for the host of the strange woman. Does any of this sound familiar to you? Did your guest leave with a new cat? Did your neighbor have a story about their guest finding a sweet cat? Perhaps a co worker? I hope this goes regional; this person is probably quite please to have found my sweet cat while on vacation and has told or posted about her new cat. Reward is $250.
I hope to update with a description of the car and strange woman. Thank you for your time. Please like this post.
New kind of porch pirate.
Helmit is 3 years old, petit, small feet, 7lbs, mostly white, two spots on her back, a helmit type spot on her head and a stripe tail.
The water utilities. There's some weird stuff like how they unfairly charge people based on the water usage of the previous tenets or that debacle with the shadow mountain apartments or when to save money the city switched from using chlorine to chloramine. A chemical well known to cause pipes to leak. I just came across a thread on nextdoor about it.
Thank you! I was going to say it was posted by Danny Boy O'Connor on the Outsiders House page but I don't see it there. I did find the original source though:
I'm guessing this is the infield on Liberty Parkway? If it's where I think it is, then that's quite the hike from the cycleway just north of the Creek/Liberty/Mingo Valley intersection.
> where is the Main Street of Jenks?
The main street through the City of Jenks, usually when people talk about this they're specifically referring to the segment of Main between Elm and the Arkansas River. This map will help. Easily accessible by car from US 75 or Riverside Drive (via the Featherston Bridge), or by bicycle from the Riverparks Eastbank Trail via the 96th Street Bridge, and is served directly by the 500 Jenks bus route (but unless you live near Tulsa Hills or Jenks, you're probably going to need to take another bus to get to that bus).
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I know you don't think i'm being straight but on this I implore you just check this link and the website flagsoftulsa that links from it. https://dribbble.com/shots/3489753-Tulsa-Flag-Submission-1
Please if you want to add an element of anything like terminology to my work of this project I would hope to be classed as more of a publicist for those Tulsans designing and creating fine workable proposals for the city flag of Tulsa.
TulsaFlag are said to be the beneficiaries of a grant to the tune of $10,000 from the Tulsa Young Professionals TYPros project yet when it came down to the real act of involving the public it started from the sight of three badly crafted examples of "flags" that had glaring errors and built so badly that A had bouble metal contrast issues, B used a Canadian first nation dreamcatcher (like 500miles away relevant) then held option C upside down when showing the council. Still what do I know?
The USA needs to get their shet together. Addicts on the street have 2 choices. jail or rehab. No more tents on sidewalks. We have the money-.
-we just waste it in garbage like Afghanist for 20 yrs ($2.4 trill).
this guy has it all worked out, but governors fear the ACLU.
Went from AT&T to Mint Mobile (runs on T-Mobile and $15/month for 4 GB if you pay for a year in advance and scales to $30/mo for unlimited) and service is great in most places of Tulsa and Broken Arrow. We were paying like $120-150 for two lines with AT&T and now pay just over $400 including fees for two lines for a full year. We don't need unlimited data as we use majority Wifi to stream and such at home.
You can buy one of the SIM cards on Amazon and test out coverage with your phone which would verify the T-Mobile coverage where you live: https://www.amazon.com/Mint-Mobile-Starter-Verify-Compatibility/dp/B0786RD524
Of course sometimes it can be far hotter than normal, but the average high in mid September is in the low 80s. It is just as likely to be a high around 70 as it is to be 96 (both rare).
By the time the concert starts it will almost certainly be in the 70s.
Call 1-800-PIKEPASS, go to pikepass.com or go visit the PIKEPASS Center ASAP to pay at cash par now and save yourself the headache. The PIKEPASS Center will be your fastest, most hassle free option if you can get over to the westside.
> My biggest gripe is areas like Brookeside going down Peoria. People barrel down that road and people are walking everywhere and I am being cautious and slow and people are all mad because I won't do 45 down that strip of restaurants and shops..
When are you through there? I've literally never had this happen to me in Brookside on Peoria. Cincinnatti, one time, but some bitch in a silver Acura was trying to pass me on a series of blind turns on a bicycle boulevard and getting pissy I wasn't going to pull over and let her by when there was no safe opportunity to pull over or for her to pass. But that's more a problem with her driving like a sociopath than anything I was doing.
I agree about the district size thing, but we have this “cut our way to prosperity” mindset when we’re chronically underfunded. spending by student
I think I've found this exact dog before. Here is somebody looking for one matching that description but from a year ago. It escapes so frequently that they must have a 3foot fence or something.
Hey there was something posted on Nextdoor a few days ago about a black and white cat that was found, I'm sorry to say, deceased. Could this be him?
For real! You have no idea how much I want to talk to you. I'm not saying that in bad faith either. Can we take a moment and talk about what you know or maybe have learned since then about ANTIFA specifically? I have a book you should read too! Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook it's more of a history book than a handbook.
Great questions! I've done a lot of work in the past with OSM, and really enjoy it. If, for no other reason, the flexibility you get in how your maps look. With this site, I went with a free tileset from Mapbox. I chose this specific one because I wanted to draw attention away from the map itself and keep it focused on what's actually going on. Check out http://mapbox.com. They charge for their services, but they have an entire "studio" where you can customize your map tiles in pretty much every way imaginable. If that's something that interests you or is important to you, I definitely recommend going the OSM way. Also, with Leaflet, it is incredibly easy to get your map going.
I included the bootstrap stuff, I guess, because I anticipate needing it eventually. As the app grows, I may want to allow users to subscribe to alerts or view analytics about crime in their area as seen by my app. This will require more than just the map that's there now, so eventually I'll probably need to lay some pages out with Bootstrap. However, you're right, currently I am not using it in any way.
Not an Oklahoma story, but still relevant.
I used to pass through this intersection daily on my commute on my bicycle, going westbound and eastbound through it typically. Which, given the area, yeah, I had a 120dB airhorn on it (it's a very loud city). At the time, there were stop signs facing east and west. And there used to be a few parking spaces just immediately adjacent north of that intersection, where a county sheriff deputy used to park and take a nap on the job every day.
So, one day when it wasn't just merely drizzling as usual, but a nice, good, cold, soaking washout of a winter afternoon. And could see clearly both directions on the priority street to tell it was clear, so I laid on the horn as I blew through the stop sign without slowing down.
Of course I get pulled over and end up stopping a block away, drop the kickstand, get off the bike and wait for the deputy to walk up. I'm warm and dry in my raingear, he's getting soaked to the bone in a windbreaker that's not exactly holding off the rain or the wind. He asks, "Sir, do you know why I pulled you over?" My response was, "Sure do! Know why I ran the stop?"
$175 ticket. Worth it.
Yeah, there's two that I know of at Tulsa International. Try here or here on the second level of the (dead) mall in the airport.
My buddy's band, "Black Kat Benders" will be playing on Friday at 6pm at Woody's. They play Rock, Blues, and Classic Rock. Come check them out and let them know what you think. http://www.reverbnation.com/blackkatbenders
> Okay but do I have any way of protecting my self working in retail where I have direct I teractions with hundreds of people a day?
Plenty. Keep as much distance as you can, try to stand where airflow is maximized, wash your hands frequently, wear gloves, don't touch your face, wear a mask (n95 is ideal but almost anything that isn't cheesecloth or a knit scarf is going to be better than nothing).
> Chances with a call center would be much better.
Quite the opposite. Office work, especially in a bullpen floorplan without much in terms of personal space like you find in a call center, is second only to "winning a test tube drinking contest at the CDC Coronavirus vaccine lab" in terms of risk.
Nope, didn't see that. But I'm also on the better version of Twitter instead of Twitter and don't watch even the local Fox News, so...
That is pretty impressive though, you'd think their escorts would have noticed that. Either that or they weren't permitted to run oversize...
I use this. It mostly works. I leave it outside and it gets a little wet so it’s spotty but the neighbors aggressive ass dog has started to fuck right off
Anti Barking Device, Ultrasonic Bark Deterrents, Waterproof Bark Control Device for Outdoor, Up to 50 Feet Range https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08S7M6H71/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_MMJ5XJAZFC073EFHH2NA
I will reply to this comment with a response for both threads we have going. I'm sorry if I'm frustrating you but I'm enjoying this conversation. The exploration of labor is what profit is in the capitalist mode of production we participate in. It's not a shot at your integrity and only an odservation for our current circumstances. As for how I would organize labor and wage I would refer you to Richard Wolff's book Democracy at work.
Also the cover of "The Victory of Greenwood" - a fantastic book about many of the awesome people of Greenwood, written by a Tulsan.
While I would normally recommend hiring a pro - you might see how bad it is and if you could do it yourself. I had a few trees touching the house and they were starting to scrape the paint.
I got several quotes in the 700-900 range. I ended up buying a $90 electric chainsaw with pole extension off amazon and did it myself (had to borrow my brothers 16ft ladder).
Pretty damn satisfying spending $100 after tax rather than 900. Only took a few hours.
I'm actually leaning this way now. Both of the drives I'm looking at come with cloning software, and I'm comfortable enough with opening the case.
The only thing that's holding me up is deciding which drive. I'm replacing a Toshiba THNSNJ128G9NY. A user in the MSI sub recommended this Samsung, but am I correct in thinking that the interface is different from the Toshiba (NVMe vs SATA), so it won't work?
And if that will work, do I need an NVMe adapter or a SATA adapter, or does it matter?
Board game geek marketplace is going to be your best option:
Though it looks like Amazon does have a copy. If you go to all buying options it lists a copy for $38.
Mattel Games GNH18 - Spirits of The Wild Strategy Game - 2 Players - Strategy Games from 10 Years https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0851ZDNT2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_5NrXFbK3NF52M
Got tired of this too, so I got one of these for each of our cars.
Depending on your paint condition (I'd recommend a decon/clay/polish anyway) you might be able to get by with just a cheap sealant for $10 Walmart link, TWISS and a couple microfiber towels. Stupid easy to put on and should last for several months.
I've done two cars with it and the results are fantastic. I have CQuartz UK 3.0 (consumer level ceramic) ready to go for a third but I might just stick with the cheaper sealants. Jury is still out.
Turtle wax has a spray ceramic that should be available soon in stores that should give you a year's worth of protection after a couple coats. Amazon link
Otherwise White Glove / Executive Auto Detailing / etc should be able to give you an estimate. It won't be cheap. $800-$1600+ depending on level of correction needed and product used. Plus they'll want your car for a day or so for correction and the cure time needed on the ceramic since it can't be out in the rain until it's cured.
Today is the 16th anniversary of OpenStreetMap. If you like playing Pokemon go or Ingress, a good way to get involved quickly and easily would be to sign up for an OpenStreetMap account and then install StreetComplete on your phone.
Book recommendation: How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence, by Michael Pollan.
You can get bluetooth speakers with FM radios inside.
My girlfriend has a set of these, and they worked just fine for the drive-in: https://www.amazon.com/Portable-Waterproof-Bluetooth-Wireless-Playtime/dp/B07SPS69K2/ref=sr_1_9?dchild=1&keywords=bluetooth+speaker+FM+radio&qid=1601301080&sr=8-9
I will now! I'm currently on my second lap through From Slavery To FreedomFrom Slavery To Freedom and Albion's Seed. I usually read important books two or three times taking copious notes and synthesizing thoughts in journal entries after the first read.
I struggle with the other products, but this eyeliner never lets me down.
I've had two of these mounted outside my house for about 3 yrs, no issues.
Each supplies signal to two televisions.
I'm paranoid so both are protected by lightning surge protectors:
And grounded from the top with copper wire attached to 6 foot grounding rods.
They work great even during storms.
I'm in Redfork & get around 45 channels. KOTV always comes in strong.