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2020.09.01 11:56 herbibot Today Shows : September 1

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The Warlocks - 1965/9/1 - In Room, San Mateo, CA No setlist.
1966/9/1 - 710 Ashbury Street becomes the band's residence
Grateful Dead - 1968/9/1 - Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA No setlist. Mentions: 0
Grateful Dead - 1969/9/1 - International Speedway, Prairieville, LA Casey Jones, Morning Dew, Mama Tried, High Time, Easy Wind, Dark Star, St. Stephen, The Eleven, Turn on Your Love Light Mentions: 1
Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders - 1974/9/1 - Keystone, Berkeley, CA Neighbor Neighbor, Finders Keepers, Sitting in Limbo, Favela, Tough Mama, La La, Someday Baby, Think, (I'm a) Road Runner, The Harder They Come, I Second That Emotion, Going Going Gone, Soul Ranch, Mystery Train, Wondering Why, People Make The World Go Round, Jam, It's Too Late, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
1975/9/1 - Blues for Allah LP
Grateful Dead - 1979/9/1 - Holleder Stadium, Rochester, NY Set 1: Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo, Franklin's Tower, Me and My Uncle, Big River, Friend of the Devil, Looks Like Rain, Don't Ease Me In, Lost Sailor, Saint of Circumstance Set 2: Scarlet Begonias, Fire on the Mountain, Drums, Space, Wharf Rat, I Need a Miracle, Bertha, Good Lovin' Encore: One More Saturday Night Mentions: 12
Jerry Garcia Band - 1989/9/1 - Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD Set 1: How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You), Stop That Train, Get Out of My Life Woman, Run for the Roses, Like a Road, My Sisters and Brothers, Deal Set 2: The Harder They Come, Mission in the Rain, Think, Mississippi Moon, Waiting for a Miracle, That Lucky Old Sun, Tangled Up in Blue
Jerry Garcia Band - 1990/9/1 - Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA Set 1: How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You), Stop That Train, Dear Prudence, I Shall Be Released, Run for the Roses, My Sisters and Brothers, Deal Set 2: I Second That Emotion, Think, And It Stoned Me, Waiting for a Miracle, Don't Let Go, That Lucky Old Sun, Tangled Up in Blue
Jerry Garcia Band - 1994/9/1 - The Warfield, San Francisco, CA Set 1: How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You), Get Out of My Life Woman, Run for the Roses, Simple Twist of Fate, No Bread in the Breadbox, Johnny Too Bad, Deal Set 2: I Second That Emotion, The Maker, Tore Up Over You, Evangeline, Don't Let Go, That Lucky Old Sun, Midnight Moonlight
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Robert Hunter Songs Tags: Garcia Weir Pigpen Brent Phil Pig & Brent Dylan R&B C&W Rarities Jam
Shakedown Scarlet / Sometimes Fire Eyes Bird Song Pigpen Random Dark Star Radio 73 > 74 Brent Era
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Top Performances Roll Bones Song Mood?
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2020.08.16 03:17 Pigeonofthesea8 Welcome :) And a few resources

Hi, everyone. Thank you for joining me here :) (And sorry for not offering an introduction sooner, I started this sub late last night, and then thought “hey, let’s get people in here to talk”.)
I’m not an expert or healthcare professional, just to be clear - I’m a caregiver like many of you probably are. I just thought we could do with an Ontario-specific space to discuss the practicalities around getting help. (I sort of thought it’d be mostly caregivers who would be interested, but of course anyone who is themselves living with dementia is welcome 🙏 )
If anyone would like to help moderate, please message me :) I can’t imagine we’ll need much modding, really, so it’d be easy, I’m thinking.
I’m glad people have been talking already, that’s great - we’re going to help each other here :)
I’ll just start a list of some resources that I can think of for now. Please add anything you think will help, if you feel like it! I’ll update the OP.
Ontario-specific resources
Immediate help
LHINs: I think LHINs are in the midst of being restructured, but for now they can help. If you’re not already in touch with a LHIN coordinator through a hospital, you can call them directly without a GP’s referral.
The Ontario Caregiver Organization. There’s a helpline - available 24/7 by phone, M-F by live chat. The resources page is pretty good (I think).
Homes; care at home
Government of Ontario pages on supportive housing. Find a long-term care home here, get information on home care, retirement homes here.
Results of LTC home inspections - as you may know from the news (or unfortunately, from personal experience), these may not fully represent potential issues.
Government of Ontario list of LTC homes with COVID outbreaks
Family Councils Ontario - for family members of people living in LTCs.
The Patient Ombudsman oversees long-term care homes, hospitals, and LHINS (and any care received in the community). If you need to make a complaint, you can do it here.
For LTC homes, you can also make a complaint with the Government of Ontario, here.
Financial help
Benefits for caregivers from the government of Canada. Government of Ontario page on obtaining family or medical leave and the compassionate care benefit; Government of Canada on EI. (Good overview on these kinds of resources at Elizz.)
Diagnosis-specific organizations
Alzheimer’s Society of Ontario. City chapters often work with LHINs; some offer respite care, day programs (outside of the pandemic, anyway), and additional support. (They are the go-to for most kinds of dementia.)
The Association for Frontotemporal Dementia. American org. There is a private Facebook group. Apparently there’s a Toronto chapter, but I haven’t been able to make contact yet. Info on getting support here
Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario
Heart And Stroke Foundation’s local caregiver resources
(Ok, this is obviously incomplete! But I’ve got to take a break :) )
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2020.08.13 22:52 spykid [discussion] [breeds] what breeds should I be looking into?

I have an idea of the breeds I want, but wondering if there's others I should look into to broaden my pet finder filters.
1) Will this be your first dog? If not, what experience do you have owning/training dogs?
No, I had my own dog (border collie mix) and have lived with roommates' dogs (4 different dogs) for the last few years. I also dogsit for friends a lot. Also had a family dog growing up (I am 31 years old now)
2) Do you have a preference for rescuing a dog vs. going through a [reputable breeder](
I prefer a rescue, but I'm also picky and not 100% opposed to getting one from a breeder.
3) Describe your ideal dog.
Large (80lb +), short haired, light colored (mostly not black), athletic
4) What breeds or types of dogs are you interested in and why?
Great danes, weimaraners, bloodhounds, mastiffs, German shepherds, Dobermans, retrievers, probably more
5) What sorts of things would you like to train your dog to do?
Nothing specific. I want a dog I can take on long hikes and go on ~5mi runs regularly.
6) Do you want to compete with your dog in a sport (e.g. agility, obedience, rally) or use your dog for a form of work (e.g. hunting, herding, livestock guarding)? If so, how much experience do you have with this work/sport?
Care Commitments
7) How long do you want to devote to training, playing with, or otherwise interacting with your dog each day?
An hour a day of walking and/or running. Working from home so I can interact with the dog throughout the day (I'm already not very focused on work)
8) How long can you exercise your dog each day, on average? What sorts of exercise are you planning to give your dog regularly and does that include using a dog park?
Dog park a few times a week, daily walks in the neighborhood, 3-5mi runs/jogs a few times a week
9) How much regular brushing are you willing to do? Are you open to trimming hair, cleaning ears, or doing other grooming at home? If not, would you be willing to pay a professional to do it regularly?
Prefer a dog that doesn't require professional grooming but happy to brush once a week or so. Don't mind brushing teeth, cleaning ears, filing claws, etc. As needed.
Personal Preferences
10) What size dog are you looking for?
Large, 80lbs or more
11) How much shedding, barking, and slobber can you handle?
Prefer less shedding, minimal barking due to neighbors, slobber is tolerable
12) How important is being able to let your dog off-leash in an unfenced area?
Important. I go camping a lot and would want to be able to let my dog hangout in the campsite without being leashed.
Dog Personality and Behavior
13) Do you want a snuggly dog or one that prefers some personal space?
No preference.
14) Would you prefer a dog that wants to do its own thing or one that’s more eager-to-please?
No preference.
15) How would you prefer your dog to respond to someone knocking on the door or entering your yard? How would you prefer your dog to greet strangers or visitors?
Alert but friendly. A dog that's able to recognize who friends are is important.
16) Are you willing to manage a dog that is aggressive to other dogs?
Yes, but prefer not to
17) Are there any other behaviors you can’t deal with or want to avoid?
I think most problematic behaviors can be trained
18) How often and how long will the dog be left alone?
A few hours a day at most. My company is transitioning to remote work long term.
19) What are the dog-related preferences of other people in the house and what will be their involvement in caring for the dog?
Roommates are glad to have a dog in the house and happy to help on occasion but I will be the sole caretaker.
20) Do you have other pets or are you planning on having other pets? What breed or type of animal are they?
No other pets. My girlfriend has a small dog that will probably spend a lot of time with mine.
21) Will the dog be interacting with children regularly?
22) Do you rent or plan to rent in the future? If applicable, what breed or weight restrictions are on your current lease?
I rent. No breed restrictions. We have had 3 dogs in this house in the past couple years.
23) What city or country do you live in and are you aware of any laws banning certain breeds?
San Diego, CA, USA. Not aware of any laws banning certain breeds.
24) What is the average temperature of a typical summer and winter day where you live?
SUMMER: 80s, WINTER: 50s
Additional Information and Questions
25) Please provide any additional information you feel may be relevant.
Heat tolerance is important to me! I spend a lot of time outside and I live in southern California. I had a black dog and he used to get way too hot in the sun so I'm avoiding black dogs. Also shorter fur for the same reason. Stamina and athleticism are also important to me because I want a hiking/running buddy. I also drive to camp a lot so my dog would have to be comfortable in a car.
26) Feel free to ask any questions below.
Are the breeds I listed worth considering? What other breeds should I consider?
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2020.07.31 20:20 Water_makes_me_fart Here's a summary I made about an event in 1955 where several military pilots and and ground radar made contact with a UAP. This UAP displayed similar performance capabilities, maneuvers, and evasion tactics to Cmdr. David Fravor's sighting 49 years later.

When people say that the UAP from Cmdr. Fravor's sighting is advanced military technology, I send them the following synopsis of the 1955 event. There is no way any government or corporation had manned air assets that could hover, perform extremely erratic maneuvers at high speeds, travel at speeds more than double the speed record for 1955, AND have low radar observability outside the knowledge of the U.S. Air Force, the Canadian Air Force, the NSA, and the CIA in 1955. (The airspeed world record for 1955 was 822.1 mph by Horace A. Hanes flying an F100-C Super Sabre out of Palmdale, CA).

Archie29: USAF 97th Air Refueling Squadron pilot Lt. Homer H. Speer and copilot Lt Paul Daily of KC-97.
Archie91: USAF 97th Air Refueling Squadron pilot Lt. Robert W. Schneck and copilot Lt. David Cueldner of KC-97.
Unknown Callsign: Canadian Air Force C-119 (R4Q) Boxcar transport aircraft. Unknown pilots and crew members.
Ground Radar Site: USAF ADC site N-23 (Air Defense Direction Center, 640th AC&W Squadron, Harmon AFB).
Ground Radar Site Platform: CPS-6B search and height-finder radar & TPS-502 backup height-finder.
Ground Radar Site Operator: 2nd Lt. Charles H. Denney (Senior Director, USAF).
Ground Radar Technician: 1st Lt. Anthony G. Scarpace (Ground Electronics Officer, 670th ACW Squadron).
Investigative bodies: Air Force Special Security Office (AFSSO), National Security Agency subunit AFSS (NSA/AFSS), and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Archie91 and Archie29 were conducting aerial refueling. The weather was clear. Both Archie91 and Archie29, refueling at 20,000 feet, saw two bright objects in the distance. The objects were stationary (hovering). Both aircraft reported the sighting to the ground radar site at Harmon, AFB. Radar confirmed and observed object intermittently for 49 minutes.
Archie29 was instructed to approach the object. When Archie29 approached the object, the object matched Archie29’s speed of 275 knots (300mph) and moved away towards the northeast. The object then reversed course and started heading south. Archie29, while maintaining visual contact with the object, radioed the radar operator to report the object's changes in direction. The radar site operator confirmed that the object was changing direction in accordance with Archie29's visual reports.
Archie29 then lost visual contact with the object when the object's altitude reached 40,000-50,000 feet. At the sudden increase in the object’s altitude, Harmon AFB scrambled fighters (fighters unable to make visual or radar contact). The radar site maintained a radar contact on the object, and the object changed direction again and began heading northeast at about 1600 knots (roughly 1,841 mph).
While this was going on, the radar site picked up another five smaller objects at 5,000-10,000 feet moving very fast. These smaller objects were rapidly changing direction and azimuth while traveling at speeds above 1500 knots (1,726 mph) while popping on and off of the radar scope. Another aircraft (C-119) passed within 5 miles from the smaller objects, but it's unknown if that aircraft made any visual or radar contact.
The radar was checked for errors by 1st Lt. Scarpace, who found the radar to be operating properly without any inversion effects present.

Source: (See pages 7 & 8).
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2020.07.29 22:36 StuckInSanDiego Hunting in California 102: Draws, Deer, & Dove. Bonus of How to Find a Hunting Buddy

Hunting in California 102: Draws, Deer, & Dove. Bonus of How to Find a Hunting Buddy

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Hunting 101--click here for the basics on getting started in California.

Preface & Author's Notes:

Hopefully you read Hunting 101 and found it useful. There was a ton of good stuff people added in the comments as well so make sure to go back and read them. I'll be updating and modifying the original OP to add stuff. Unfortunately, the post is something like 399xx characters already and Reddit has a 40K limit.
The goal is to post roughly a section per week. These aren't exactly short and take a few days to write/edit. While they're hardly complete, I do want it to contain enough information and resources where it's useful to new hunters. I don't expect to be helping experts by any stretch (I'm no expert myself) so some of this stuff may be generalized. That being said I do need help from someone who can send me some info on pig hunting. I've hunted most species in California and I know pig hunting is popular and lots of people have questions about it; however, pigs are extirpated from San Diego and the only pig hunting I've done is on a ranch in Texas using thermals... which is not legal at all in this state. So if you can do a quick write-up and send me some good info, that would be great. I can edit it and get it into the format I'm rolling with throughout. Also if someone can provide some suggestions on getting started with air rifles that would be great (u/errorseven pointed out I forgot about airguns which is admittedly because I don't know much about them).
I should add there is a natural bias toward hunting in Southern California just due to the fact I'm writing what I know and not what I've heard at the campfire. If people from elsewhere in the state have region-specific advice I would really appreciate it if you added it in the comments. After all, we're fortunate enough to live in a state where one can surf, snowboard and hit sand dunes all within 2 hours of each other.
The next section will cover elk, coyote, rabbit, and quail. Anyone who has gone elk hunting knows it's very similar to deer hunting so that section will be mostly about the differences instead of a full write-up.

Part 5: Getting the Dream Tag and General Draw Strategies

If you need a quick background on tags please read 'Hunting 101: Part 2: Tags, Stamps, and Points. Oh my!'
To start: each person has a different view toward hunting and you need to determine which view you hold. Most new hunters have a "meat in the freezer" attitude whereas people who have been hunting for a while tend to be more in favor of pursuing the trophy animal. What does this really mean? The longer you hunt the more likely you are to pass on the young 2x1 buck (if you don't know what that means quite yet don't worry) and wait for chance of the mythical old 5x5 to come walking up. That is not to say every hunter fits this stereotype or that one view is any better or worse than the other. It's just a generalization. That being said, your attitude will affect your draw strategy. I'll explain more below. Just keep it in the back of your mind for now.

Deer Tags

Deer Tag Types - Premium, Restricted and Unrestricted. What it all means:
Deer tags in California come in three flavors:
1. Premium - These tags are allocated via lottery. The state determines premium deer tags based on whether the quota of tags was met on or before the first business day following 7/1. In short: if the tag sold out before the draw it's a premium tag the next year. You are limited to one premium tag per year and it must be your "1st Deer Tag" (I'll explain this later). The vast majority of "good" tags are premium tags.
2. Restricted - These tags are tags which didn't sell out by 7/1 but sold out by 8/1. This year there were no restricted tags. These tags are first-come, first-served and take the place of a "1st Deer Tag" if you buy one as a "1st choice" on your "1st tag". If you didn't draw on your premium hunt entry (or entered preference point only), you're permitted to pick up a restricted tag as a second tag. It's a bit weird. For now, think of "restricted tags" as premium tags with 100% draw odds.
3. Unrestricted - These tags are tags which didn't sell out by the first business day after August 1st. These can be either first or second tags. They're sold on a first-come, first-served basis and can be either a 1st or 2nd tag--or both.
Deer tags: 1st vs 2nd Explained:
When you go to enter the lottery or purchase your deer tags you've got the option of two deer tags. The first tag costs $33.48 and the second is $41.86. The tags are not created equal as weird as it may sound.
1st Deer tag - Think of this as your lottery tag. It's generally a bad strategy to buy an unrestricted tag with your first choice on your 1st deer tag because you're just giving up (potential) points or better tags. You're only allowed to enter a single draw each season. This draw must be on the 1st deer tag.
2nd Deer tag - Treat this as an actual secondary "OTC" tag. If you hunt archery, the AO is your new best friend. Once you buy your second tag, the tag is yours. There is no waiting. If you enter the big game draw in April with a 1st tag premium entry and a 2nd tag unrestricted, the unrestricted tag will actually be mailed to you a month+ before you find out if you drew your first tag.
Deer Seasons: General, Archery, Muzzleloading Rifle and Muzzleloading Rifle/Archery
I'll keep this short.
General - One can hunt with rifle, shotgun, archery equipment, muzzleloading rifle, or crossbow.
Archery - One can hunt with archery equipment only. Crossbows aren't archery in California.
Muzzleloading Rifle - One can hunt with blackpowder muzzleloading rifles.
Muzzleloading Rifle / Archery - I'm sure you'll be shocked to know you can hunt with either muzzloaders or archery equipment.
Deer Tags - which tag(s) do I enter for?
This is a very difficult question to answer; however, I will hopefully give you enough info here to make an informed choice. The following factors are going to influence your decision making a lot.
1 - Do you live in an unrestricted zone? If so, go with a premium draw on the first tag and grab your local tag for your second if you want to try and harvest two deer, otherwise make your 2nd/3rd choice the unrestricted tag.
2 - Do you want meat in the freezer or a trophy? If you want a trophy, the above D-16 tag is probably not for you.
3 - Archery, rifle or Muzzle-loader? Hunting archery opens up a lot (learn to love the AO) and some muzzle loader hunts in premium zones are easier to draw than equivalent rifle hunts.
4 - Do you want to travel and can you afford the time off? If not, don't buy a tag that's 12 hours away (i.e. X3b for San Diego).
Lets give an example of draw strategy: Lets suppose you're a San Diego hunter who prefers to hunt locally for meat-in-the-freezer during deer season because you go trophy hunting out of state. You usually buy two deer tags because you enjoy doubling your disappointment. The tags for San Diego (using our handy map as a reference) are D16 (general, antlered), A-22 (either-sex archery split-season), G-13 (general, antlerless) AO (archery only, antlered), and M-6 (either-sex muzzleloader).
Lets break down these tags a bit further.
Tag Hunt Type Tag Type Number of Tags Season Dates Draw Odds (zero points) Hunter Success**** 4+ point bucks
D-16 General, antlered Unrestricted 3,000 9/5-9/27 (archery) & 10/24-11/22 (general) OTC / 100% 11.9% 7.3%
A-22 Archery, either-sex Premium 1,000 9/5-10/18 & 11/21-12/31 UNKNOWN** (turned out to be 100%) 5.4% 10%, does are half the harvest as well
M-6 Muzzleloader, either sex Premium 80 12/19 - 12/31 89% (2019), 75% (2018) 5% (2019), 8% (2018) 0%
G-13 General, antlerless Premium 300 10/24 - 11/15 <7% (2019) 17% (2019) 0%
AO Statewide archery, antlered Unrestricted unlimited Same as D-16 for San Diego OTC / 100% 10% (statewide) 18.1%
** This was the first year A-22 was premium. Last year it was restricted if I remember correctly
*** I ended up using goHUNT to do draw odds rather than calculate it from the state's data here except for G-13
**** Hunter success estimates from the state assume some who didn't return tags harvested. Take that for what you will.
Side note: The reason it's antlered/antlerless is that very, very rarely Does will grow antlers. Kind of a fun fact for the campfire.
First thing to check is the season dates. Are you going to be able to hunt those dates? If not, don't bother applying for the tag. Easy enough, right? In this case, for our totally-made-up hunter, he's hunting in Arizona during general rifle in part of October and November, but is otherwise going to be able to hunt most seasons.
Second thing: meat or trophy? If trophy is the goal there's little incentive to enter G-13 as it's antlerless and most people don't taxidermy a doe. There's also an argument to be made that the A-22--despite the longer season--isn't worth entering as a premium draw when our hunter can just grab a D-16 or AO tag so he can harvest two bucks (theoretically). That being said, we can see from the table above, trophy bucks are very rare in San Diego. At the same time, we see that "meat in the freezer" happens to only 10.6% of hunters in D-16 (I excluded AO from this because it's impossible to calculate as it's a statewide tag).
Third thing: equipment type. Our hunter prefers archery hunting but does rifle hunt. Therefore, the A-22 with the longer season is a good choice. Because the D-16 tag overlaps with the same archery dates as AO, but allows for rifle-hunting, it would make sense to choose D-16 over AO for our hunter as it opens up rifle hunting if he so chooses and he won't be hunting deer outside of the D-16 zone this year in California.
Lets go ahead and come up with a draw strategy for this hunter. Since the hunter just wants to put meat on the table, the highest probability of success is the G-13 tag at 17%. However, the odds of drawing one is under 7%, which isn't great for a tag with a harvest rate of only 17%. Therefore, it's best to look at the other tags. We see the next most successful tags are D-16 and A-22. A-22 is a premium tag and D-16 is an unrestricted tag. Therefore, on our application we put for our first tag A-22 and for the second tag a D-16.
Now when you go to choose your 1st deer tag it asks you for three choices. These are your first, second, and third choices. For the above, if we want to try and harvest two deer, we can put AO as the second choice. This way if we don't draw A-22 we can still get an AO tag and we still get a preference point for not drawing A-22. Preference points are awarded for not drawing your 1st choice on your 1st tag.
But wait, is that really the optimal draw strategy for San Diego?
No. The better strategy would be:
1st Tag
2nd Tag - D-16
If you don't get drawn on G-13 (which you probably won't), you'll be awarded a preference point and entered into the second round drawing on A-22. Since A-22 didn't end up selling out this would have been a 100% draw meaning you'd get the A-22, but also the bonus point for not drawing G-13. However, if you didn't get the A-22, you would then get your 3rd choice: AO. The flip side is you could also sub a D-16 for the A-22 and, assuming D-16 doesn't sell out, you could have two D-16 tags. If it does sell out, you'd get the AO tag with your first and the D-16 with the second.
Confused yet? Sorry... I'm doing my best here.
How else does choice affect things? Lets say you live in Redding and you're a rifle-only hunter. You want to hunt the area within a half day's drive. This opens up A, B, C and X-zones (plus the D3-5 which is actually a single tag)--lucky you. As a general rule of thumb bound to offend people, X > C > B > A > D(3-5) when you factor harvest rates, trophy size, and percentage of accessible public land... But that's only a general rule so take it for what it is.
Therefore, for your 1st deer tag you may want to do the following draw strategy:
1st choice: X-9(a)
2nd choice: C (C zone is one tag for the confused D-zone hunters)
3rd choice: B, A, D(3-5) tag (or any "guaranteed" draw)
Why? It enters you into drawing X-9(a) which has a ~1% draw chance on a 0 preference point entry. Assuming you don't draw this tag, it enters you into the second round drawing for C and you're awarded a preference point for not drawing your 1st choice on your 1st tag. C zone has 100% draw rate for first choice applicants. The remaining tags are then pooled into a drawing for the 2nd choice applicants. The draw rate for the 2nd choice varies from 15-40% depending on the year, but is usually around 25%. Not the best odds and this strategy is entirely subjective and that's sort of the point. Do what makes sense for you.
For your 2nd deer tag buy a B, A or D3-5 tag or any unrestricted tag assuming you want to try and harvest two deer. Easy enough?
Disclaimer: If unrestricted tags sell out before the big game draw, using them as the 2nd or 3rd choice on your first tag can leave you SOL. It's why it's usually better to get something like the D-16 (that could potentially sell out) on your second tag rather than risk losing it.
Author's Note: This section took a long time to write because I couldn't figure out a way to explain it without making it super confusing. If it's still confusing please let me know so I can try and fix it. The goal is to make this as approachable as possible. I re-wrote this several times and I'm still not happy with it.

Species other than deer (i.e. elk, antelope and sheep)

This is a little more straightforward. When you enter these drawings you only have to select your hunt. Is there some strategy that can be applied here? Yes-ish. However, drawing without points is still unlikely. There are some draws where people without preference points have the same odds as those who have them. All hunts where "Preference Point Tag Quota" is 0 and there is a Random Tag Quota means that all who enter are treated equally.
Elk - Drawing elk without points is pretty unlikely. There are 281 elk tags available in the general draw and there were 30,361 applicants this year--not counting preference point only; however, you can increase your odds a few ways.
There is some good news for aspiring elk hunters. The state added several new elk hunts this year and the herd populations appear to be healthy and growing at better-than-expected rates. More tags should be available in future years. So just keep trying.
Antelope - Strategies here are pretty much the same as elk. Case in point: 765 (Zone 6 archery) has 1.2% draw odds vs .1% for the equivalent rifle tag. This is another example of where there is only one tag available to those without points (the 765 tag that is).
Bighorn Sheep - Same as above. There are 7 "random tags" and 19 "preference point tags" for the entire state. That's 26 tags and 11,627 applicants (not counting 5,641 preference point applicants). Your best odds are Zone 8 and we're still talking .15%. Also keep in mind the "best odds" zone changes most years as people will apply for what they think they'll win.
So... should I just apply for preference point only? If you can afford the tag, the time off to hunt/scout, and are willing to put in the work the answer is a hard no. Any chance is better than no chance. I know someone who drew a Arizona Mule Deer "strip" tag as a non-resident with 1 point. For reference, the odds of drawing that are less than a zone 8 sheep tag here in California. Everyone knows someone who drew a dream tag with few/no points.
You keep talking about out-of-state hunting... should I get points out-of-state too? Yes. Again, if you can afford to do it you should do it. For reference, I've got preference points for sheep and elk in California, Arizona, and Nevada, antelope in Nevada and California, and bison in Arizona at this point. I drew my Arizona and California mule deer tags this year so my only mule deer preference points are in Nevada at the moment. If you live in Southern California those states are good options for out-of-state hunts since they're easily drive-able.

Part 6: Deer Hunting

What do I need?
When is the draw?
The deer draw is part of the general big game draw. This runs from April to June. If you missed the draw--don't panic. There are still tags available. Don't forget your zones either.
What are the season dates?
They vary throughout the state. Check the zone map for yours.
What is the difference between antlered, antlerless and either-sex?
What kind of deer are there in California?
We have Columbian black-tailed deer and various subspecies of mule deer. This map shows the distributions as well as the mule deer subspecies.
When do you start deer hunting?
Frankly, you don't stop. If you're out for spring turkey keep an eye out for tracks. If you go out coyote hunting in January you should be doing the same. The more you know and the more time you spend scouting, the more successful you'll be. Everyone knows someone who knows someone who doesn't scout and still manages to punch his tag every opening day. People also win the PowerBall lottery. Doesn't mean I'm going to buy a ticket and quit my job. Hunting takes work.
If you're just a "casual" deer hunter (and there's no shame in that) a good time to start scouting and placing cameras is 3 months before the opener if you're not running cameras or scouting year-round. It's just a good rule of thumb to follow but is far from a hard and fast rule and the more time you give yourself the more successful you'll be.
Where do I place my game cameras?
This question varies a lot due to a number of factors. The biggest being the kind of environment in which you're hunting and how good your cameras are. If you've got a camera that reliably detects movement at 80 feet, you can afford to place them at wider choke points than someone running cameras which are blind past 40 feet. Make sense?
So here's a few rules of thumb when placing trail cameras:
How often should I check my cameras?
Assuming you're not running fancy LTE cameras just check your cameras every 3 weeks. That is unless you have reason to believe your SD card will be full or your batteries will die (this shouldn't happen though).
What if I see nothing on my cameras?
If you see nothing and don't see any fresh sign, move the camera. If you see absolutely nothing (not just a lack of deer), it would be smart to make sure your camera is actually working.
How do I 'scout'?
This really isn't as difficult as it sounds. In short, look for an area on OnX you think has deer and go check it out. Your best option is to arrive at mid-day the first time. WAIT WHAT? WHAT IS THIS HERESY? If you've never been there before you don't know the terrain at all. What you see on OnX or Google Maps can be incredibly deceptive. Especially in Southern California where brush can make entire areas inaccessible that otherwise look great from satellites. Arriving at dawn and just hoping to see deer is optimistic at best. You need to answer the following questions:
All of these questions are far easier to answer after the sun has come up. For your first trip just go during the day. Also add extra time for getting in and out. What may appear to be an hour long hike may turn into three. Be prepared. Have water and a snack.
Once you've determined a spot you want to hunt, it's a good idea to place cameras and then spend the next two weekends scouting other locations. When you come back to check your cameras after three weeks--and you're doing a spot-and-stalk hunt--it's a good idea to get there at sunrise and start glassing from the spots you think are good to glass from. Look for fresh tracks each time you come back. Don't be afraid to move your cameras either.
What areas should I look for?
This list is endless but a few quick ones are:
How do I glass?
Glassing isn't as difficult as some people think, but it's also not as easy as sitting and just looking through a pair of binoculars.
Pro tip: If you have a laser range finder, you can use it to get the distance to the deer and then use OnX's line distance tool to get a pretty precise marking on where the deer is on your GPS. This is especially useful on a bedded deer you're stalking during archery season.
This video by goHUNT is pretty good on how to glass and worth watching. Better than reading my wall of text anyway.
How do I stalk a deer?
Oh boy. This is a tough one. First and foremost, be patient. Be very, very patient. Then be even more patient. Assuming you're watching the deer through a spotting scope or pair of binoculars, try and wait to see if the deer is going to bed. If it's mid-morning you've got a decent chance of this happening. A bedded deer is going to be easier to stalk than a mobile one.
Basic stalking goes like this:
One more thing: don't get too upset about a blown stalk. No one bats 1.000 when stalking deer. It's just impossible.
When are deer most active and what about the moon?
Deer are most active around dawn/dusk and tend to bed down when it starts getting hot. That doesn't mean to stop hunting in the middle of the day. Keep glassing. Just understand you're less likely to see them moving. As for the moon, when there is a full moon, deer tend to be more active at night than during the day. That doesn't mean you're not going to find deer during the day. It's just worth mentioning.
What about scent control?
Scent control is a hotly debated topic among hunters. My personal feelings are you should minimize your scent, but the extreme measures some take are unnecessary. The most important scent control is the wind. Don't be upwind of a deer you're trying to stalk. That being said, use scent-free detergent on your hunting clothes, scent-free deodorant, and scent-free body wash / shampoo and you're good to go. You can give your gear a spray down with a scent eliminator if you want. Some people will claim that this is actually extreme. Personally, I think it's all pretty easy to do and it doesn't really hurt anything. How helpful it is though can be debated.
Where do I shoot a deer?
First: Don't take a headshot. No offense: you're just not that good. No one is. You'll end up missing or wounding the deer. This site has the best infographics on where to aim, although it's specific to archery. You can shoot a deer straight-on with a rifle, but you risk ruining a lot of meat if you're shooting a rifle with some power to it. In short: aim for the heart and lungs.
What do I do when I harvest a deer?
First, take your pictures. Try and avoid a lot of blood in pictures. You're bound to share these eventually with non-hunters and blood makes many people uncomfortable. Be considerate.
Once you've got your pictures tag your animal. Wondering how? Check out this video made by CDFW.
If you're close to home and just going to drag the deer out, you don't have to field dress it; however, it's still a good idea to gut your deer. Wondering how? MeatEater's Steven Rinella has a great how-to video. If you're in the backcountry and need to quarter your deer, there's another MeatEater video which covers it, albeit briefly. There's dozens of other YouTube videos as well.
It's important that you get your tag counter-signed as soon as you leave the field. This is a requirement and not a big deal. It can be a bit intimidating the first time, but plenty of people are authorized and most of them are going to be giving you a high-five and not a hard time.
Don't forget: within 30 days you need to report your harvest but you should just do it when you get home.
Finally, post your picture to Californiahunting so we can give you some well-earned upvotes.
What if I didn't harvest a deer?
First off, know that you're not alone. Most hunters are unsuccessful when deer hunting in this state. Just get started planning and scouting for next year. Make sure you report that you didn't harvest a deer no later than 1/31, but it's smartest to do it the day the season closes so you don't forget. You can do this online. It's super easy. There's no excuse and it's really helpful to Fish and Wildlife--and therefore helpful to other hunters. Be a good citizen.

Part 7: Dove Hunting

What do I need?
What are the season dates?
bigdistance1 has a neat google doc of the seasons. There's also the DFW site.
This year the dates are 9/1-9/15 and 11/14 - 12/28.
Please note that there is a no-limit open season on Eurasian Collared-doves.
What are the bag limits?
15, up to 10 of which may be white-winged doves for Mourning Dove and White-winged doves as well as a possession limit of 3x the daily limit. No daily bag or possession limit on Spotted Dove, Ringed Turtle Dove, or Eurasian Collared-dove.
How do I know which dove I shot?
This nice little doc from DFW makes it easy. Download it to your phone for reference. There's no shame in making sure you're doing it right.
How do I scout for dove or where do I go for dove?
Dove are present throughout the state. The best places tend to be the edges of agricultural fields. The best time to scout good dove fields is when you're scouting for deer or rabbit hunting. You'll see dove pretty much everywhere starting around June/July. Just start taking note.
When looking on the edges of fields, look for perching/roosting/resting (not sure the right word) sites. These should be trees with few leaves or visual obstructions for the birds, but enough cover for some shade for the birds. Also look around power lines but don't shoot a power line. That will not end well for anyone. Seriously. Don't do it.
Doves follow a flight pattern. If you watch where they fly in and out of fields from you'll know where to set up. Gaps in tree cover are pretty commonly the flight paths so start there.
Water is another good option. If you've got a water source near a field, and the field is overrun with hunters, go set up by the water source.
The best dove hunting in California is arguably Imperial County. The state maintains fields for this that are open to hunting.
Important tips
What do I with a harvested dove?
This is a good video. Breast it and throw it on ice.

Bonus: How to Find a Hunting Buddy (or Buddies).

There are a lot of hunting clubs that offer the opportunity to network with other hunters. Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, National Wild Turkey Federation, and Backcountry Hunters & Anglers are some of the larger ones. There are also smaller ones like California Varmint Callers which despite the rather dated website still has very active regional clubs.
Other options include joining your local Rod & Gun and asking around. Or just posting here on /Californiahunting. Someone should just make an hunter4hunter or something at this point.
Also if you're a member of a club that's open to new members just comment below for some free advertising.

Conclusion / Final Thoughts

Why did you write all this shit?
Hunting is an important tradition and lots of people who didn't grow up hunting are starting to get into it but are completely lost. Unfortunately, hunting is a hobby with a steep learning curve that can be downright daunting just to get started with. I'm a selfish person. The more people hunting, well, the better for everyone, myself included. I don't want this state to keep doing shit like banning bobcat hunting for no reason. The more hunters, the more voters, and the better our chances of preserving the tradition are and opening up more public land to recreation.
I noticed a mistake!
Great! Comment below and I'll fix it. We're all human and I don't pretend to be infallible.
Can I get a tl;dr?
If you need a tl;dr, sorry. Hunting isn't for you.
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2020.07.25 03:00 autotldr 1.5 million Canadians have moved back in with their parents

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 64%. (I'm a bot)
At least 1.5 million Canadians have moved back in with their parents, according to a national survey by
About 1.5 million Canadians have said they have moved home due to the COVID-19 crisis, and 860,917 parents have said their kids have already moved back in.
Members of Canada's youngest generation are most likely to have already moved home, with men 21% more likely to move in with their parents as compared with women.
Ontario is the epicentre of Canada's 'generation boomerang,' with 10% of people in the province saying they'd moved back in with their parents or had adult children move home with them.
While young people moving back home with parents make up the bulk of this trend, it also works in reverse, though on a smaller scale, with 278,532 Canadians who have already moved in with their adult children and another 455,780 seriously considering it.
"Our data reveals about a million Canadians who haven't yet moved home with their parents are still seriously considering it, which tells us this trend is not just confined to the pandemic and could be a longer-term setback when it comes to young Canadian adults building wealth and establishing their careers", said Birke.
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2020.07.24 21:35 StuckInSanDiego Hunting in California 101: How to Get Started (a Non-Definitive Guide)

Hunting in California 101: What I Wish I Knew When I Started

I swear it's really not as bad as people make it out to be.


So you're probably reading this because you're interested in hunting in California and/or you're a new hunter who is struggling to do more than take a long walk in the woods with your weapon of choice. That or you just want to find all my mistakes and point them out. Great! This is written for you (even the pedants).
Since someone will ask, no I do not work for Fish and Wildlife. No I am not some professional guide or outfitter. I've just spent a lot of time hunting here as well as other states. I'm a transplanted software engineer on the Losing Side of Twenty-Five who fell victim to the sun and salary trap of San Diego and now I'm stuck. I've posted quite a bit on this subreddit before on a different Reddit account and even met with people from here. Then I lost the password to that account and I guess I never set up a recovery email. I'm bad with computers. Thank God I can fool my employer.

Part 0: How do I actually get started hunting in California?

Part 1: What do I really need for hunting?

Part 2: Tags, Stamps, and Points. Oh my!

Part 3: Finding Public Land to Hunt On

It's not that hard. I swear. There are 38,197,000 acres of public land--38% of the entire state--open to hunting. Is it hard to find GOOD hunting land not overrun by other hunters? Yes. That's why you scout and get used to hiking quite a bit. It's not impossible, however, and that's what matters.
Use OnX. No seriously. It's worth every cent. Every single time a new hunter asks me where to go my answer is OnX. I don't want to do a write-up on every amazing feature this software has to offer because they have a YouTube channel where they do it better than I ever could. That being said, there are a few things worth mentioning for people who are too lazy to watch some YouTube videos.
First - you can use OnX from both a PC and smartphone. I'm mentioning this because quite a few people I know were surprised when I told them the website works from PC. It's way easier to plan a hunt on a 27 inch monitor than a 5.8 inch phone. The website and the phone app are synced so if you add a marker to the website, it appears on the phone (and vice versa).
Second - check out the layers library and use them. As an example, you should have the layer for recent fires turned on when you're looking for bear, deer or elk opportunities. Again, I'm not sure why people don't realize this is available.
Third - use markers and colors which make sense. When I first started using OnX, I would mark everything in the most haphazard fashion. It's not useful. I suggest keeping it simple. If I think an area might have access I drop a yellow "A", if I confirm that it has access I drop a blue"A" and if it turns out there's no getting there I set a red "A". It makes it easy to read quickly. However, do whatever is easy and works for you. Just make sure you understand what you're looking at and you're consistent with it.
What kind of land can I hunt on? Legal Disclaimer: You should verify with all respective agencies and landowners that hunting is permitted at specific locations because I'm not responsible for you going to jail etc.
What Kind of land CAN'T I hunt on?
Will you tell me your secret spot?
I don't have one and none of my spots are secrets. They're all on public land. If you're really lost-in-space or just generally nervous about going somewhere you scouted through a website and you happen to be local to Southern California, just message me and I'll help out. It's really not that difficult though.

Part 4: Alternatives For When You Don't Get The Tag You Want

SHARE Hunts for Elk
This is a California-specific hunting opportunity. It's another lottery but it's an agreement between the state and private landowners to permit very regulated hunting on their properties. Each hunt is different and, again, this is a lottery so it's basically a moonshot; however, the odds of getting drawn on an elk tag is actually higher here than most general draws are with zero points. The money goes back into the program. The SHARE elk drawings close 7/24 this year. Which happens to be today. You can read more about the SHARE opportunities here. Enter through the online DFW license sales.
Leaving California (Hunting out-of-state): Since you can check out, but never leave, right? It's worth looking at other states.

Continued Here: Hunting In California 102: Draws, Deer, and Dove. Plus a bit on finding a hunting buddy.

I noticed a mistake!
Great! Comment below and I'll fix it. We're all human and I don't pretend to be infallible.
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2020.07.18 21:16 aSemy Successor for childhood Questar

Growing up I was fortunate enough to have access a Questar Standard 3.5", which was something I really enjoyed. Now I've moved away I'd like to get my own telescope. I was able to take some faint pictures on my dSLR of 2020 NEOWISE which has inspired me to finally get new telescope.
Since I have experience with the Questar I'm using that as a target. So something like a mak-cas, 1300mm focal length, 90mm diameter, f/14.
Thanks very much for having such a cool subreddit where people can ask questions like this :)
Around €600, but for an absolutely perfect scope I could spend more.
Additional notes:
Potential scopes
Here are some scopes that have caught my eye while browsing.
90mm aperture, 1250 focal length
There's a lot of mak-cas scopes that look very similar. I suspect they're the same, but are branded?
These just look okay, nothing spectacular. I like that some of them come with mounts, finders, and eyepieces
Bresser 127mm
A little bit bigger than the 90mm ones, similar thoughts. It still seems like a portable size though.
Orion Optics UK Maksutov telescope MC 140/2000 OMC Carbon OTA
Very very over budget, but I like the look and I guess this is getting more towards the price range where there are fewer compromises?,60101#tab_bar_3_select
Vixen VMC110L
Has a flip mirror. No reviews which is concerning. Looks like nice robust construction though.
TS Optics TSRC6m
This is probably my favourite on this list. Little in the way of suggested accessories which is a bit headache-inducing. Looks cool. No reviews which is concerning. I guess the f/9 means it's not ideal for viewing planets?
  1. Have I missed any telescopes?
  2. Which telescope fits my needs best?
  3. Given a €600 budget, what percentage should be spent on a scope, mount, tripod, eyepieces?
  4. Can you find respectable reviews for the Vixen and TS Optics telescopes? I had trouble finding them. Maybe they're branded differently aboard.
  5. I couldn't find a 'micro' mounts and tripods. Something like this. Do they exist?
  6. If I wanted to get a 'star tracking' driven mount (is that the right terminology?) is that something that only comes with goto mounts? Or is it an aftermarket accessory that specific to a mount?
  7. Are flip-mirror adapters (e.g. TS Optics, Baader, Vixen) okay? What should I be looking for?
Thanks for reading! I'm looking forward to getting back into the hobby.
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2020.07.17 17:52 Perdin Vancouver – Friday`s Question – “What’s your favourite park/patio/outside spot in Vancouver? Covid-19 modifier: Where do you go outside but away from crowds?”

Sun’s out, bun’s out, /Vancouver.
I’m pale as Casper the Friendly Ghost, don’t like the heat, and rarely go outside. I’m in the minority here because Vancouver loves its outdoors and hot weather.
With another beautiful weekend coming up, where do you like to go outside in Vancouver? Most importantly, where do you like to go that isn’t overly crowded? It seems like a lot of parks are pretty crowded right now.
I will be utterly useless for this, but I’m planning to meet some people for a picnic dinner at [Lions Park]( sometime this weekend. It’s a park around my childhood home so I would say that’s my favourite by default, but I haven’t been there in like a decade. I also don’t know what the needle to playground equipment ratio is or how many deathtraps it has, both big deciding factors for families when choosing a park.
As for low-key parks… I dig Falaise Park. It’s an enormous park and has a magnificent view of the area, especially at sundown. If it’s too crowded, you can just move to a different section of the park behind the nearby school, or across the street, all of which are dog friendly (Dog can be off leash). The small portion of the park behind the school is cool and usually filled with a lot of doggos running around, which is where I like to take Olly.
Where are your favourite places /Vancouver?
Have a great Friday, almost made it to the weekend!
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2020.07.14 20:36 millymichelle A Beautiful Astrological Portrait Connecting Naya Rivera and Cory Monteith

I want to preface this by saying that this post will be centered on celebrating the life of Naya Rivera, and finding cosmic catharsis about what Astrology can show us about this moment in time for her and her soul. I will be couching everything in my Aquarius brand of impartiality, which I hope conveys a spirit of education and understanding versus usurping a tragic moment for clout. Though, if you see it that way, I do understand. I figured that since now all the what if's and when's and how's of the event have been answered, it would be an ok time to approach this event from a spiritual POV, and add to the zeitgeist of the moment.
I won't be examining the death of Naya or the circumstances surrounding it. I instead was curious about the Astrological through-line between Cory and Naya, and how the day of her recovery marked 7 years since his passing.
One of their Glee costars stated that Cory, in spirit, helped find Naya yesterday, bringing closure and peace. That made me go "hmm". And instead of excavating the crude facts of the moment, I was curious to examine what Astrology had to say about more intangible things like spirit guides, or help from beyond, the soul, and other karmic resonances.
Naya's body was recovered at 9:10 am in Ventura, CA (Lake Piru) on July 13th, 2020. source
For this, I want to focus on the NN (soul stuff), the MC (the most elevated part of the chart) and the Sun. Why? I figured that a recovery mission, something brought to light, would engage the planet of spotlight (Sun) and the highest moment in the sky (midheaven/MC). NN would point more towards the soul direction of a moment. I will also incorporate the 12th house--where things hide, and especially in water. Here is what I found:
-The chart of the moment of recovery for Naya has the MC at 27 degrees of Taurus. Cory's Sun in Taurus conjuncts that point.
-Cory's Sun in Taurus is also in Naya's natal 12th house. When you read this from a synastry POV, there are overwhelming themes of unconscious/subconscious bonds. Trouble, endings, loss. The Sun person illuminates the 12th house. Extrapolate if you will, to see Cory's Sun as helpefinder of Naya's resting place, where she lost her life, where she transitioned into the unconscious
-The asteroid "Cora", closest to Cory (which I've learned is okay--to find the object with the name CLOSEST to the one you're looking for), is exactly conjunct the NN of the moment, 28 Gemini. Naya's natal Moon is also 28 Gemini in the 1st house. Cora, besides being facsimile for "Cory", is a name derived from the Greek goddess Persephone. She was goddess of the underworld, and represents the "perennial change from life to death"
-With the NN of the moment at 28 Gemini, exactly conjunct her natal Moon--we can see that the direction of karma in the moment related to her identity as mother. She put the responsibility of being a mother ahead of herself (Moon in 1st house). Reports are now showing that Naya used the last of her energy to boost her son up on the boat, unable to muster the energy to save herself.
-In the chart of Naya's recovery, the asteroid "Nayam" was in the 12th house, and "Nayan" in the 7th conjunct Neptune, a planet responsible for drownings.
-Cory's Cancer NN conjunct the Cancer Sun of the moment Naya was found
-Seven years ago, Mars was at 29 degrees of Gemini, conj Naya's Moon. Conj. the NN of her recovery. Not sure what this means but wanted to make mention.
-Naya's NN in Aries squares Cory's NN in Cancer almost exactly:

"When one person's Nodes squares the other person's Nodes in synastry this will correlate to two Souls who have been in some kind of relationship in which various dynamics and issues between them has caused them to separate from one another previous to the current life. Coming into this life with that signature correlates to the intentions of each of their Soul's to 'pick up where it was left off' in order to continue to confront those issues so that the evolution together can continue in some way."
I find that to be very resonate, given that she was found on an anniversary of his death, and generally also died around the anniversary of his death. Both of their souls were working in tangent, but it is not up to us to clearly know or see how.
That is all I have for now, or perhaps forever. Without Cory's actual birth time and therefore house placement, there is only so much excavation that can be done. But I hope what I provided above helped you to be able reframe the breadth (and depth) of astrology, and see how it can be used to tie together resonance between two souls.
Thoughts? I'm 100% down with people thinking this is a stretch.

Edit: The sabian symbol for 20 degrees Cancer is "Gondoliers in serenade". Two singers on the water. 20 cancer is the Sun on the moment of Naya’s recovery and the Sun on Cory’s death.
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2020.06.25 08:40 BuyLocalized STICKY - A master sheet of sites

This is a collection of links to lists of companies that manufacture in a variety of places. I’m only adding the english ones myself, but I would be grateful if people fluent in other languages did it for other countries.
For the moment I won’t bother ordering them, though some are significantly more useful than others. I’m open to ideas on an effective way to organise them within their categories.
To be able to call your product Made in the USA with no classifiers requires that the product is "all or virtually all" made in the USA.
Wayfair has a Made in the USA option for a lot of their product categories.
Canada has 2 designations, product of Canada which means all or virtually all of the labour, components and manufacturing are done in Canada, and made in Canada where 51%+ of those things are done in Canada.
Australia's rules are similar to Canada's, they use both a "Made in" and "Product of". "Product of" has a similar threshold to the USA definition of Made in, whereas "Made in" for Australia has the low threshold of a substantial transformation.
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2020.06.15 04:13 cambodia87 800+ beers available for delivery to Ottawa from 90+ Ontario breweries

Hey /BeerInOttawa,
Just thought I would share a link to Beer Finder, a tool for finding craft beer delivery in Ontario, in case some people here haven't seen it yet (I know the sub was locked for a bit so I didn't share previously).
You can search by style, flavour, brewery location, etc, and then order directly from the brewery.
We've been working on this site for a couple months during this pandemic and it looks like many breweries will be continuing to deliver for the foreseeable future, so I hope this can help you find your next beer shipment from an Ontario brewery.
Let me know if you would like to see any improvements to make it easier to use, or if anything is missing that you would like to see on here. Cheers!
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2020.06.04 10:01 InsaneGamersRob Stuff Noah Has Reacted To


Future channel points requests in bold


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2020.05.24 08:24 gofishus [Question] Are Shinola watches really that bad and overpriced as people say?

So I've been looking at some nice Shinolas... I know its the brand everyone loves to hate, but really I do like some of their styling.
The first thing whenever 'Shinola quality' is googled is all these posts and videos about how bad their quality is, how overpriced they are, how not 'made in America/Detroit' they are ... but I have gone through all the feedback, and honestly the main problems seem to be:
  1. Shinola is using Chinese cases and Swiss movements and merely assembling them in America and labeling it 'made in Detroit'
  2. Shinola are overpriced fashion quartz watches
and let me ask a few questions about these two points:
pertaining to 1) - isn't this how Swiss made, made in Germany etc all labeled as well? Here's the definition of "Swiss made" by law - "Swiss law considers a watch to be Swiss made if its movement is Swiss, if the movement has been assembled in the Swiss region, its final inspection occurred in Switzerland, and at least 60% of manufacturing costs are domestic" and "made in Germany" merely means assembled in Germany (there is no difference in German law) - umm so what is different about what the Swiss and Germans are doing and what Shinola is doing. Shinola is taking parts from China and Swiss movements and assembling it in the USA. Swiss companies take parts from China and Swiss movements and assembling it in Switzerland. So why is there such a backlash against Shinola here? Swiss companies use Chinese cases and Taiwan dials too. if only 60% of the manufacturing costs have to be in Switzerland then obviously the assembly itself - given that the Swiss have really high wages - would satisfy that. But no one is calling out Tag Heuer and Baume&Mercier for not really being 'Swiss Made' when they do this.
pertaining to 2) - aren't a lot of Swiss companies charging at least as much as Shinola is charging for their quartz watches? Here's a few : - Rado sells their quartz watches for $1600 - Frederique Constant sells their quartz watches for $3k+ - Maurice Lacroix sells their quartz watches for $900+ - Raymond Weil sells their quartz watches for $1100+ - Tag Heuer sells their quartz watches for $1500+ - Baume&Mercier sell their quartz watches for $1200+ - Hamilton sells their quartz watches for $1000 why is no one calling out Swiss companies for overcharging on their quartz? People keep saying yeah Shinola are overpriced quartz watches you can buy better mechanicals, Seikos etc for that price - can't you say the same for the Swiss quartz watches too? Is there something different or 'better' about these Swiss quartz watches that Shinola doesn't have? After all doesn't the Shinola use a Ronda (Swiss) quartz movement?
So I just want to know, from actual Shinola owners - is the quality actually truly bad and are the watches really overpriced as people say or are people just not aware that Swiss companies do the exact same thing that Shinola does?
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2020.05.20 14:09 DeathOfChaos90 Looking for Solid Ram Advice

I've recently made a huge upgrade to my PC build. I went from an AsRock Faral1ty K6 Z170 board paired with a 7700K to an Aorus Xtreme x570 paired with a 3950X. I also got a new case and upgraded from a 240mm AIO to a 360mm AIO but everything else I carried over, including the RAM that I really feel like is holding me back, a 16GB kit of Ripjaw V clocked at 2400Mhz. They did a decent job on the Z170 board but not so much with the Ryzen build. I have some options that I'd like to choose from but figured I'd get some advice from those who are more familiar with Ryzen.
First off, I wouldn't mind getting a 2x32GB kit to really give the 3950X an edge for productive work and VM usage. I know that speed is basically not an option at this capacity, at least not at an affordable standpoint but I have seen some 3600Mhz 64GB kits from Corsair (one with and one without RGB) that I could possibly just clock down to 3200Mhz and maybe tighten latencies and I could possibly get some speed boost that way. I don't see myself going this route but it's definitely a cool thought.
I've also considered a 2x16GB kit. There's a Trident Z kit that seems to clock pretty decent that I could at least have an upgrade in capacity but also run at a good sweet spot with Ryzen. I almost feel like this is the most safe bet in terms of RAM upgrade.
Then there's the legendary 2x8GB B Die sticks that I can choose from but they can get super pricey. There's a particular kit that's caught my eye though from Team Group. It's a 2x8GB Xtreem kit that clocks all the way up to 4500Mhz and is CL18. I really want to upgrade my capacity to make it seem less like a side-grade but if I can just clock it down until it hits 1:1 with the Infinity Fabric, I feel like I could get a real bang for my buck in terms of speed. I can get the 4500Mhz kit for about $180 or the 4300Mhz kit for about $135. I've seen some people get one of these two down to 3800Mhz @CL12 which seems pretty amazing, but is there any kind of problems with getting into CAS timings that are super low? I feel like this is the most adventurous route and sounds like it could be really fun and tweaking. I'd like to hear more about what some of you may think about this option.
So, I'd just like to hear some opinions on this. I just want to get the most out of this processor and I feel like pairing it with the right memory could really give it the final touch to being the best that it can be.
Here's the 64GB kit that I would consider. The RGB version is only an extra $10 so either one of those would work. I'd probably have to save back for it for a little while though:
Here's the 32GB kit that I'm thinking would be best. It's listed on b die finder so I assume that it should be decent for what it is. I could possibly have a choice of going to 3800Mhz with looser timings, 3200Mhz with tighter timings or just switch on XMP and call it a day. Not too awful for options:
Here's the 2x8GB kit I'm interested in. Not only is there the possibility of getting the sweet spot frequency with extremely tight timings, the heat spreader also really fits the style of the Aorus Xtreme motherboard it'll be in:
Thanks for everyone's input in advance!
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2020.05.19 22:52 GrabEmbytheMAGA Reddit is compromised and they allowed it. They take the money

#Government Shills

- [The Guardian: British army creates team of Facebook warriors](

- [The Guardian: US military studied how to influence Twitter [and Reddit] users in Darpa-funded research [2014]](

- [The Guardian: The Ministry of Defence is developing a secret, multimillion-pound research programme into the future of cyberwarfare, including how emerging technologies such as social media and psychological techniques can be harnessed by the military to influence people's beliefs. [2014]](

- [Vice: Your Government Wants to Militarize Social Media to Influence Your Beliefs](

- [NY Times: The Environmental Protection Agency engaged in “covert propaganda” and violated federal law when it blitzed social media to urge the public to back an Obama administration rule intended to better protect the nation’s streams and surface waters, congressional auditors have concluded.](

- [CBC News- Canadian government monitors online forums](

- [Slate on 2018 midterms interference: "Project Lakhta was a Russian influence campaign that had no particular ideological bent; it appears that the goal was simply to stir up conflict in online political debates by putting forth extreme arguments and inflammatory misinformation to incense both liberals and conservatives."](

- [NY Times: The Secret Agenda of a Facebook Quiz (Cambridge Analytica)](

- [NY Times- From a nondescript office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, an army of well-paid “trolls” has tried to wreak havoc all around the Internet — and in real-life American communities.](

- [Washington Post: Facebook says it sold political ads to Russian company during 2016 election ](

- [New York Times: "Hundreds of people work at a so-called troll farm in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to smother the voices of dissidents like Mr. Khashoggi."](

- [CNN: Facebook announces first takedown of influence campaign with ties to Saudi government](

- [The Nation: US Officials Won’t Say if a New Anti–Russian Propaganda Project (shilling on social media) Is Targeting Americans. The newly created Global Engagement Center’s “focus and intent” is foreign audiences, but officials won’t rule out propagandizing Americans and funding American journalists.](

- [Ex -MMA fighter and ex-police officer exposes corrupt police practices, which includes infiltrating Reddit communities and becoming moderators in order to manipulate and censor information.](

- [Times of Israel: Israeli government paying bilingual students to spread propaganda online primarily to international communities without having to identify themselves as working for the government. "The [student] union will operate computer rooms for the was decided to establish a permanent structure of activity on the Internet through the students at academic institutions in the country."](

- [The Intercept: Leaked Documents Reveal Counterterrorism Tactics Used at Standing Rock to “Defeat Pipeline Insurgencies." TigerSwan attempted a counterinformation campaign by creating and distributing content critical of the protests on social media.](

- [WashingtonPost: Obama pick for NSA review panel wanted paid, pro-government shills in chat rooms]( (Thread with [source paper.](

- [Psy Group developed elaborate information operations for commercial clients and political candidates around the world, which included infiltrating target audiences with elaborately crafted social-media personas. The CEO of PSY Group was former commander of an Israeli psychological warfare unit. Tactics deployed by PSY Group in foreign elections included inflaming divisions in opposition groups and playing on deep-seated cultural and ethnic conflicts, something the firm called “poisoning the well." It has conducted messaging/influence operations in well over a dozen languages and dialects and employs an elite group of high-ranking former officers from some of the world’s most renowned intelligence units.](

- [Wired: Clinton Staff and Volunteers Busted for Astroturfing [in 2007]](

- [Vice: Amazon Requires Police to Shill Surveillance Cameras in Secret Agreement](

- [The Intercept: The Rise of the Net Center. How an Army of Trolls Protects Guatemala’s Corrupt Elite.](

- [The Independent: Massive British PR firm caught on video: "We've got all sorts of dark arts...The ambition is to drown that negative content and make sure that you have positive content online." They discuss techniques for managing reputations online and creating/maintaining 3rd-party blogs that seem independent.](

- [The Guardian: US spy operation to manipulate social media](

- [Washington Post: Why crafty Internet trolls in the Philippines may be coming to a website near you](

- [BBC: Vietnam admits deploying bloggers to support the Communist Party's policies, operates a network of nearly 1,000 "public opinion shapers".](

- [Glenn Greenwald: How Covert Agents Infiltrate the Internet to Manipulate, Deceive, and Destroy Reputations](

- [The Intercept: Behavioural Science Support for JTRIG’S Effects and Online HUMINT Operations](

- [USA Today: The co-owner of a major Pentagon propaganda contractor publicly admitted that he was behind a series of websites used in an attempt to discredit two USA TODAY journalists who had reported on the contractor.](

- [Glenn Greenwald: Hacking Online Polls and Other Ways British Spies Seek to Control the Internet](

- [The Guardian: Chinese officials flood the Chinese internet with positive social media posts to distract their population](

- [The Guardian: Pentagon preparing for mass civil breakdown - Social science is being militarised to develop 'operational tools' to target peaceful activists and protest movements. "Minerva"-funded social scientists tied to Pentagon counterinsurgency operations are involved in the "study of emotions in stoking or quelling ideologically driven movements," he said, including how "to counteract grassroots movements."](

- [Bloomberg: How to Hack an Election [and influence voters with fake social media accounts]](

- [USA Today: Businesses and organizations may refer to it as a tool for competitive advantage and marketing; but make no mistake, they are using the massive reach of social media and the Internet as a weapon. One U.S. 3-letter special agent said, "You could influence an election with this."](

- [Times of Israel - The internet: Israel’s new PR battlefield](

- [Arstechnica: GCHQ’s menu of tools spreads disinformation across Internet-
“Effects capabilities” allow analysts to twist truth subtly or spam relentlessly.](

- [The Guardian: Internet Astroturfing](

- [BBC News: US plans to 'fight the net' revealed](

- [Israel is paying internet workers to manipulate online content such as Wikipedia]( (2 minute video)

- [Buzzfeed: Documents Show How Russia’s Troll Army Hit America](

- [NY Times: Effort to Expose Russia’s ‘Troll Army’ Draws Vicious Retaliation](

- [Raw Story: CENTCOM engages bloggers](

- [Wired: Air Force Releases ‘Counter-Blog’ Marching Orders](

- [Wired: Military Report: Secretly ‘Recruit or Hire Bloggers’](

- [The Guardian: Israel ups the stakes in the propaganda war](

- [BBC News: China's Internet spin doctors](

- [Raw Story: Air Force ordered software to manage army of fake virtual people](

- [DailyKos: HBGary: Automated social media management](

- [Huffington Post- Exposing Cyber Shills and Social Media's Underworld](

- [Wall Street Journal: Turkey's Government Forms 6,000-Member Social Media Team](;

- [The Bush and Gore campaigns of 2000 used methods similar to the Chinese government for conducting “guided discussions” in chatrooms designed to influence citizens](

- [Salon: Why Reddit moderators are censoring Glenn Greenwald’s latest news story on shills](

#Shilling in the Private Sector

- [NPR: Some Amazon Reviews Are Too Good To Be Believed. They're Paid For. "Much like Amazon itself is a marketplace for goods, a world of separate, shadow marketplaces exists where reviews for Amazon products are bought and paid for — private Facebook groups, Slack channels, subreddits and more."](

- [Fake five-star reviews being bought and sold online - Fake online reviews are being openly traded on the internet, a BBC investigation has found.](

- [Yahoo News: Last month the FTC issued warnings to celebrities who plugged products on their Instagram accounts without clearly identifying their relationships with brands. The letters were meant to educate the celebrities on posting without violating the organization’s disclosure guidelines.](

- [New York Times: Tobacco corporations are targeting young American consumers with deceptive social media marketing in violation of federal law. 123 hashtags associated with these companies’ tobacco products have been viewed 8.8 billion times in the United States alone and 25 billion times around the world.](

- [PBS Frontline Documentary - Generation Like](

- [USA Today: Lord & Taylor settles FTC charges over paid Instagram posts](

- [Wired: Microsoft, through an outside agency, paid Machinima to produce positive videos about the Xbox One game machine, and many of the YouTube stars who accepted the deal failed to properly disclose that they were producing paid, sponsored content, not independent analysis.](

- [CNBC: The Federal Reserve Bank is soliciting proposals from developers for a "Social Listening Platform" that will monitor "Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Forums and "Handle crisis situations, "continuously monitor conversations, identify and reach out to key bloggers and influencers." [2011]](

- [CNN: A PR firm has revealed that it is behind two blogs that previously appeared to be created by independent supporters of Wal-Mart. The blogs Working Families for Wal-mart and subsidiary site Paid Critics are written by 3 employees of PR firm Edelman, for whom Wal-Mart is a paid client. [2006]](

- [The Verge: Anti-net neutrality spammers are impersonating real people to flood FCC comments](

- [Vice: Trolls Paid by a Telecom Lobbying Firm Keep Commenting on My Net Neutrality Articles](

- [The Guardian: In a New York investigation dubbed "Operation Clean Turf," dentists, lawyers, an ultra-sound clinic, Staten Island bus company US Coachways, a charter bus operator, a teeth-whitening service, a laser hair-removal chain and an adult entertainment club were caught buying fake reviews. The fake review companies posted on sites like Citysearch, Google, Yahoo and Yelp.](

- [New York Times: When a Company's Product Is Under Fire, One Option is to Plant a Defender in the Chat Room](

- [Time: Social Media Manipulation? When “Indie” Bloggers and Businesses Get Cozy](

- [New York Times: Give Yourself 5 Stars? Online, It Might Cost You](

- [Chicago Tribune: Nutrition for sale: How Kellogg worked with 'independent experts' to tout cereal](

- [The Atlantic: Kim Kardashian was paid to post a selfie on Instagram and Twitter advertising a pharmaceutical product. Sent to 42 million followers on Instagram and 32 million on Twitter, this illegal advertisement did not contain any risk information or language specifying that it was a paid endorsement.](

- [Warner Brothers fined for paying YouTube celebs to promote game without properly disclosing that the videos were paid endorsements.](

- [Gamers promote gaming-gambling site on youtube by pretending to hit jackpot without disclosing that they own the site. They tried to retroactively write a disclosure covering their tracks, but were caught.](

- [CSGO Lotto Owners Settle FTC’s First-Ever Complaint Against Individual Social Media Influencers](

- ["Internet Reputation Management," founded by three partners in the New York area, recruits bloggers to write about clients on third-party sites, without necessarily disclosing that they're paid](

- [Slate: Want to Get Paid For TV Criticism? Shill for DISH.](

- [Sony viral marketing campaign exposed (2006). The company admits they ran the shady advertising campaign.](

- [ADWEEK: Marketing on Reddit Is Scary, But These Success Stories Show Big Potential](

- [BBC news: Amazon targets 1,114 'fake reviewers' in Seattle lawsuit](

- [New York Times: Lifestyle Lift, a cosmetic surgery company, reached a settlement with the State of New York over its attempts to fake positive consumer reviews on the Web. The company had ordered employees to pretend they were satisfied customers and write glowing reviews of its face-lift procedure on Web sites](

- [Samsung Electronics Fined for Fake Online Comments]( [in Taiwan]

#Shill Bots

- [Artificial intelligence chatbots will overwhelm human speech online; the rise of MADCOMs](

- [Russian bots were active on Reddit last year, from /RussiaLago](

- [BBC- How online chatbots are already tricking you- Intelligent machines that can pass for humans have long been dreamed of, but as Chris Baraniuk argues, they’re already among us. The ramifications of astroturfing are in fact so serious that the US Department of Defense funded research to detect chatbots.](

- [Wired: Powered by rapid advances in artificial intelligence, propaganda bots will soon run on genetic algorithms that let their ideas and messaging evolve, based on the resonance and effectiveness of previous messages. We are likely to see versions of these bots deployed on US audiences as part of the 2016 presidential election campaigns.](

- [BBC: More than four times as many tweets were made by automated accounts in favour of Donald Trump around the first US presidential debate as by those backing Hillary Clinton, a study says.](

- [Discover Magazine: Researchers Uncover Twitter Bot Army That’s 350,000 Strong](

- [The Rise of Social Bots](

- [Forbes: From Tinder Bots To 'Cuban Twitter', Welcome To 'Cognitive Hacking'](

- [Wired: Pro-Government Twitter Bots Try to Hush Mexican Activists](

#Information about shilling on Reddit

- [slaterhearst spammed Reddit with links to The Atlantic. "The Daily Dot has confirmed that slaterhearst was Jared Keller, the associate editor and social media editor at magazine giant The Atlantic."](

- [Forbes: Reddit Is Being Manipulated By Big Financial Services Companies](

- [User pushes InfoWars links on Reddit, eventually admits to working for Infowars.](

- [Shareblue accounts caught in /politics posting links to Shareblue without disclosing their affiliation, which caused the mods to create a new disclosure rule and an official Shareblue account was registered. About a month later, Shareblue was again caught shilling on /politics without disclosing ties to the outlet, which caused them to ban Shareblue links to the sub.](

- [Hillary Clinton Super Pac and "strategic research and rapid response team designed to defend Hillary Clinton from baseless attacks" openly admits to shilling on Reddit.](

- [User posts video using GoPro, gets video to front page, admits in comments that GoPro sent him free cameras in exchange for advertising.]( (archive:

- [Top mod of /Mechanical_Gifs tries to sell subreddit on ebay for 999.00 dollars.](

- [How Reddit Got Huge: Tons of Fake Accounts - According to Reddit cofounder Steve Huffman, in the early days the Reddit crew just faked it ‘til they made it.](

- [Shill posts picture of a dog in a hammock with the brand clearly visible without indicating that it's an ad in the title of the post, making it an illegal advertisement. Later, he posts a promo code in the comments for 20 percent off his hammocks.](

- [Redditor who works for a potato mailing company admits to being a shill. He shows off his 27 thousand dollars he made in /pics]( (Screenshot because he deleted his posts.) [[Here's the thread.](]

- [/netsec talks about gaming reddit via sockpuppets and how online discourse is (easily) manipulated.](

- [Reddit is being gamed by professional shills every day. We investigate how widespread the problem of fake comments and fake votes is in our Reddit For Sale follow-up. [11:48]](

- [Reddit For Sale: How We Bought The Top Spot For $200 [8:27]](

- [Some websites use shill accounts to spam their competitor's articles, causing their competitors to become banned on Reddit.](

- [Wikileaks: Reddit cofounder consulting for Stratfor to bring in the social media dollars](

- [Shilling on Reddit is openly admitted to in this Forbes article](

- [What I learned selling my Reddit accounts](

- [Reddit automation bot: "Run Up To 100 Threads, Checks For Valid Proxy Access & Also To Check If Banned From Site, Keyword Based Submission Finder & Vote Up/Down Capabilities, Mass upvote or downvote Mode..."](

- [](

- [Reddit Secrets, buy upvotes](

- [Reddit Secrets, buy pre-aged and high karma accounts](

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2020.05.13 16:05 M0ustafaMahmoud [Question] I have overheating problem because springboard just overload the processor can you help me which tweak could cause this problem?

I have iPhone 11 ProMax on iOS 13.3 unc0ver jailbreak. I jailbroken the device since day 1 of the unc0ver jailbreak and it was working great and didn't encounter any problem that other people had.
recently the device was getting so hot without doing anything on it, I downloaded CoccaTop to see what cause the overheating problem found out that the springboard uses 100% of the CPU while the device is idle. a simple respring fix the problem but it comes back again but I want to know what causes it I will put a list of tweaks I have and I hope you know what's wrong.
Thanks in advance.
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2020.04.17 14:45 Fwoggie2 Covid-19 update Friday 17th April

We’ve nearly made it through another week; it’s Friday 17th April, good morning from the UK. Almost nobody reading this will have the option of going out for drinks tonight so here’s the next best thing to a nice cold drink with a bunch of your mates in your favourite local bar; a digest blog about the impacts the virus continues to have on supply chains around the world.

Apologies for the lack of general virus news, it’s been a very busy day on the day job so I stuck to just the supply chain stuff today. If you are interested in general affairs relating to Covid-19, today's Guardian blog is here, CNN is here and France 24's is here.

If you want a sports article, try this unusual story about two time darts champion Gary Anderson and his wifi woes here.

Supply chain news in depth

Certificates for transporting dangerous goods extended for Covid-19 - the Loadstar has an article saying that with many of the critical supplies needed to suppress the Covid-19 pandemic being ‘dangerous goods’, multiple countries have extended dangerous goods certifications that were due for renewal by six months. These include ADR licences (needed by truck drivers for road transport of dangerous goods) whilst in the UK, the Civil Aviation Authority has extended all ‘dangerous goods by air’ certificates due to expire before 31 October to a new expiry date of 22 November whilst the US has not formally extended but the enforcement agencies have indicated that they will not take action against employees who have not received refresher or recurrent training because of the Covid-19 emergency. Dangerous goods in heavy demand because of Covid-19 include hand sanitisers, chemicals used for decontamination and patient testing, as well as test samples from those infected.

Forwarders asked to watch for dangerous fake PPE in supply chains - The Loadstar reports that forwarders are being urged to be extra vigilant as criminals try to infiltrate the supply chain during the Covid-19 crisis. UK Border Force and its partners have warned the industry it has identified trends showing criminals are exploiting the current situation, pushing fake medicines and PPE into supply chains. The agency said criminals were “specifically targeting the vulnerable and those at most risk during the Covid-19 crisis. These goods are not fit for purpose, offering little or no protection, and will cost lives if successfully imported into the UK.” It is thought that all developed countries are facing this problem at present.

Severe road, sea and air disruption in India due to botched lockdown - Loadstar says that according to a new report by DHL’s Resilience360, only 120,000 out of the 1.2 million trucks with national permits are currently on the road. It says: “While freight movement is permitted amid the nationwide lockdowns, road movements have been severely impacted due to inter-state restrictions and the lack of available drivers. “Inter-state borders continue to be monitored, but the movement of essential goods is subject to permission from state police.” Confusion reigned between national and state authorities over which industries were “essential” and whether cargo could be transported as normal. “Despite some states putting out additional notices calling for the movement of goods not to be interrupted,” said Resilience360, “there have been continued cases of police stopping vehicles carrying essential goods in transit. “Further administrative delays have also surfaced, with firms needing to negotiate with state authorities to be classified as an essential supplier.” “Hardly any flights, including freighters, are coming into India due to cargo terminal congestion, triggered by a lack of operational staff,” said Resilience360. “Especially at temperature-controlled facilities where shipments have stopped being accepted or permitted, for instance, at Mumbai.” The lockdown impact on container ports has also been “devastating”, the report continues, with force majeure declared and severe cargo congestion at Jawaharal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) and Mundra, again due to a lack of drivers and only a fraction of imported containers being collected.

Ocean carriers have announced more blank sailings from Asia to Europe and the US, as they struggle to match capacity with falling demand - Loadstar reports “THE Alliance (THEA) partners Hapag-Lloyd, ONE, Yang Ming and HMM will cancel two additional headhaul voyages of the FE5 loop in weeks 21 and 23 at the end of May and suspend the FE4 string for two months from the end of April – from weeks 18 to 26. The final FE4 voyage before the suspension is next week, with the sailing from Qingdao of the 24,000 teu HMM Algeciras, the first voyage of HMM’s flagship ULCV within THEA, and it could see the world’s largest containership idled after it completes the round trip. The South Korean carrier joined THEA as a full member on 1 April. It is due to receive 12 24,000 new ULCVs by September, all stemmed to be phased into the FE4 loop, to replace 11 Hapag-Lloyd 15,000 teu vessels. Now they will potentially have no employment after they leave the shipyard. The suspension of the FE4 loop is also bad news for the UK’s London Gateway port as Hapag-Lloyd said its “cargo flows can be routed via our FE3 and FE5”, neither of which calls there.”
(Translation for non supply chain specialists: THE Alliance (THEA for short) is an alliance of container ship firms, much like American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LATAM plus a couple of others are part of the Oneworld airline alliance. The alliance is suspending two sailings from Asia to Europe of their FE5 route (map of the route here) in weeks 21 and 23 - we are currently at the end of week 16. They will also suspend the FE4 route (map of that route here) in entirety for two months from weeks 18 to 26. The final sailing of FE4 will be HMM Algeciras which has capacity for 24,000 TEU - TEU meaning twenty foot equivalent units, two of those fit on the back of a full length truck - so it’s one heck of a big ship and they’re often known as a ULCV, Ultra Large Container Vessel with few ports able to handle such large ships. The problem is particularly bad for the South Korean carrier HMM because it’s due to get 12 ships this size between now and September and is unlikely to have enough cargo to stick on them to make a profit. The UK’s London Gateway port is going to get affected by suspension of the FE4 route because FE4 visits Le Havre and Antwerp but not London Gateway - but FE3 visits both Le Havre and Antwerp before hitting the London Gateway, the point being it makes it harder for traffic coming from Asia to easily reach the London Gateway port so may lose the traffic to other routings).

Logistics firms now count the real cost of dividends and buybacks - Alessandro Pasetti (one of Loadstar’s senior columnists) has written an in-hindsight review of major global transportation companies financial policies in recent years given the sudden battle for survival that many find themselves in. Pasetti has specifically looked at dividend payments and/or stock buybacks, both of which cost companies cash but which can shore up the apparent value of your company. Having a high valuation on your company is attractive, particularly for company executives who are often assessed against such things by having share price targets and/or being compensated to one degree or another in shares. That said, they cost cash and if volumes start drying up you can end up with high cost overheads that burn cash quicker than you get new supplies of it in which is why having cash reserves is always a good idea. Expeditors and K&N are good from his point of view but FedEx raises an eyebrow and XPO is good but doesn’t have that much of a spare cash pile and may struggle if significant virus problems stretch into late summer. XPO’s CEO has written a letter to all shareholders saying that “we’ve deliberately built XPO like a bulletproof tank to surmount all kinds of challenges” which you can read here.

Amazon shuts down distribution centers in France - CNN reports that Amazon is suspending its distribution activity in France after a court ruled it had to stop all non-essential deliveries during the coronavirus pandemic. The ruling on Tuesday followed the filing of a complaint by a French labor union which accused the online delivery giant of endangering the lives of workers. In a statement Wednesday, the company said it was "perplexed" by the court ruling that ordered Amazon (AMZN) to restrict its local delivery operations to essential goods only, or face a penalty of 1 million euros ($1.1 million) for each day it failed to comply. Amazon said it plans to appeal the ruling. Citing the high penalties imposed by the court and the "complexity inherent in our logistic activities," Amazon said it would temporarily suspend activities in their distribution centers "despite the huge investment that we have made to ensure and strengthen by additional measures the safety of our employees who remained mobilized during this crisis. The company said it will ask employees of their distribution centers to stay at home, but "will continue to serve our customers in France through independent companies that sell on Amazon" through its global distribution network.

African agriculture digital supply chain case study for students - (This isn’t directly Covid-19 related, but I thought students might appreciate it, I know there’s quite a lot of you here). Digital supply chains solutions are continuing to provide alternative solutions for connecting producers with customers as you’ve hopefully been taught so if interested here’s an interesting agricultural supply chain solution case study I found in Africa - Mkulima Young (Young Farmer in English). The company now has a successful agricultural online platform in Kenya and East Africa with over 130,000 social media followers and around 20,000 registered users and provides digital agricultural marketing and advisory services to small-scale farmers and links consumers interested in supporting local farmers. The aim is to attract young people back into the business of farming, by improving their earning potential. This year MY and Kyeema (an Australian charity that focuses on African agriculture support) are partnering to improve smallholders’ agricultural productivity, sustainability, market access and information through the MY digital platform. The project also aims to enhance the functionalities of the platform, including use of data for marketing analysis and better decision-making power for farmers. Mkulima Young has attracted funding from the Australian High Commission in Nairobi and is aiming to expand its reach in East Africa and in the future hopes be able to inform policy development on big data applications, particularly in agricultural marketing. There is additional information on the company via linkedin, youtube and the Daily Nation (a major Kenyan newspaper) if so interested but you’ll have to find that yourself.

Meat packing plant closures are increasing in the US - Supplychaindive says that temporary closures at some of the U.S.'s largest meat processing plants have executives and meat supply chain stakeholders worried that large disruptions in processing will cause a devastating ripple effect upstream to livestock farmers and feed producers. USDA data for animal protein production rates and cold storage volumes are updated near the end of each month therefore March figures do not show the impact of the most recent plant closures. The next data disclosure is April 28, according to the agency. "These facility closures will also have severe, perhaps disastrous, repercussions for many in the supply chain, first and foremost our nation's livestock farmers. These farmers have nowhere to send their animals,” said Sullivan. (Personal note: If you’re American, eat a lot of meat and have a lot of freezer space, you might want to consider stocking up soon).

Supply chain news in brief

Splash247 reports that Rodolphe Saadé has issued a video on the CMA CGM website outlining his vision of a more equitable and resilient supply chain in the future, post-coronavirus. The chairman of the world’s fourth largest containerline said yesterday: “This crisis will no doubt change our consumer and working habits. It will impact world economic flows and will necessitate that we all rethink our supply chain models.” Supply chains will need to be redesigned to be more resilient, Saadé said, adding that they would also need to be able to react better to sharp reductions in supply and demand. “Digitalisation has become an integral part of our lives during lockdown and will continue to have a major impact both on logistics flows, as well as on interactions between us all,” Saadé said. In the future, Saadé said goods would be sought from a greater range of suppliers with more manufacturing moving nearer to the end-consumer. As part of its strategy during the coronavirus crisis CMA CGM has started sending ships via the Cape of Good Hope in both directions from and to Asia and Europe, giving the Suez Canal a miss, to soak up capacity during the downturn.

The Port of Virginia, one of the biggest ports on the US east coast, is taking drastic action and suspending operations at terminals in line with the slew of blanked sailings announced by container carriers recently says Splash247. Effective from May 4, the port’s Portsmouth Marine Terminal (PMT) will be closed while the number of hours truck gates are open at other terminals will be reduced. “As an industry, we are faced with a record number of blank sailings, and idled containerships, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have witnessed a marked decline in current and forecasted volumes from our shippers and ocean carriers,” the port stated in a release. The idled container fleet is on the cusp of passing the 3m teu mark for the first time in history as hundreds of sailings have been blanked because of dropping demand brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.

Chicago Rockford (a specialist cargo airport) has seen over 30% year on year growth in cargo volumes to 273,500 tonnes for Q1 2020. Key generators of volume have included UPS, Amazon and FEMA says Stat Times (link).

United has continued to expand its cargo operations to more than 150 flights a week says Stat Times (link). Out of its six hubs in the US, cargo flights are available to/from Chengdu, Hong Kong, Peking, Shanghai, Sydney, Taipei, Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, London Heathrow, San Juan Puerto Rico and Tel Aviv.

Loadstar reports that Schiphol’s cargo flights are still very much operational during the viral outbreak with it handling 360 flights a week, up 100 flights a week since the outbreak began. Cargo characteristics have changed with medical products dominating more than the usual flowers whilst Dutch customs have set up an extensive back office to keep things moving quickly.

A chartered Airbus A319 has flown from Cluj to Leipzig carrying 135 harvest workers for seasonal farm work. After landing, the passengers completed a compulsory health check with temperature measurement before travel by bus on to the seasonal jobs in Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Hesse, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Lower Saxony. Leipzig / Halle Airport provided signs in Romanian and distance markers to help enforce current hygiene regulations. Leipzig / Halle Airport announced that Another flight is scheduled for next Monday. However, the airport also cautioned that last-minute changes are possible. (Source; Stat Times)

The European road freight market could shrink by almost 20% this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic. In new research from Transport Intelligence (Ti), published today, Ti’s original forecast of 2.1% growth in Europe’s road freight has had to be radically revised with the outbreak of Covid-19 and the subsequent social lockdown. It says the best Europe’s road freight operators could hope for now would be a 4.8% contraction, and in the worst case it could be a 17% contraction, which it described as “far worse than the great recession of 2008/9” (Loadstar link)


Several asked if they can send me $/£/€ via Patreon (in some cases because I've saved them time or money, others for no reason at all). I don't need the cash (that's lovely though) but food bank charities are getting really hit hard with all this panic buying. Please consider giving whatever you'd have given me to a foodbank charity instead:
Thanks in advance for any donations you give. If there's foodbank charities in your country and it's not listed above, please suggest it and I will include it going forward.
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2020.04.15 12:16 ohji67 karlmayer three mysteries people debunked.
Don't you know what these people are on 2:05, I was searching on imagine finder and found this, I think they are Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii, A.P. Kalganov with son and granddaughter.\_Prokudin-Gorskii%2C\_A.P.\_Kalganov\_with\_son\_and\_granddaughter%2C\_ca.\_1910.jpg
I find it really interesting that Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky was a Russian chemist and photographer.
”Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gorsky (Russian: Сергей Михайлович Прокудин-Горский, August 30 [O.S. August 18] 1863 – September 27, 1944) was a Russian chemist and photographer. He is best known for his pioneering work in colour photography and his effort to document early 20th-century Russia.[1][2] Using a railroad-car darkroom provided by Tsar Nicholas II, Prokudin-Gorsky traveled the Russian Empire from around 1909 to 1915 using his three-image colour photography to record its many aspects. While some of his negatives were lost, the majority ended up in the U.S. Library of Congress after his death. Starting in 2000, the negatives were digitised and the colour triples for each subject digitally combined to produce hundreds of high-quality colour images of century-ago Russia.”

Also, I don't why these people are put in this video, I really don't.
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2020.04.06 20:14 blk_phos Dispensary pre-order/pickup services

With the current situation, people may be looking for dispensaries with online ordering/pickup available.
* - Spiritleaf, Daikoku, Canna Cabana, FOUR20, New Leaf, Dutch Love, King Street, Glenora, Uncle Sam's
*Fire & Flower Fast Lane
*New Leaf
*Leafly - Cannamart, Choom Cannabis, Nova Cannabis Elevate
*Elevate - Online ordering for Mayfield location
*Crown Cannabis - Online pickup ordering
*BudaBoom Online ordering
*Praire Records Online ordering
*Royal Street Online ordering
*AGLC site - Currently the only legal Mail order delivery in AB
Other (legal) suggestions?
[Edited periodically to make this a list with suggestions from thread]
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2020.04.01 20:10 FCattheOG Emails and Phone Calls of the Day 4/1/2020

Emails of the day! I know you all have been waiting for this for a while! Instead of doing a day by day breakdown I'll just run down all the phone calls and emails of hilarious note for the past two weeks before I jump into the day to day.
ring ring
FC: Go for FC
1: Hi! Do you sell ammo?
FC: Sure do.
1: Great! I need 9mm and 223.
FC: Got some. That'll be $650.
1: Oh I don't need a full case of a thousand, I just need like 500 rds each.
FC: That was 500 rounds of each.
1: Oh.
(repeat 10 times before noon)
Subject: Sig MCX
Message: Hey is the Sig MCX rifle still available?
FC: Can you be more specific?
1: Sure. The MCX in 556.
FC: The one in black, the SBR, the pistol, I need more than that.
1: The black 16" gun
FC: That's here.
1: Are you open to trades?
FC: I Trade when I make money. What you got?
1: I have two glocks. A go pro. Camera a5000. iPad 4 mini. Apple Watch series 3. But how much for cash price?
FC: $2500 cash out the door TODAY. I'm not really setup to sell used consumer electronic goods like a pawn shop - and even if I was - some fast math tells me that we'd be too far apart.
1: What is your location?
1: What’s the name of the pawn shop?
FC: I don’t understand your question.
1: Sorry thought you said you was a pawn shop. But I just read it. Let me get the money together. Do you have pics of it
FC: (stock footage attached) here you go
1: Would you take a Chevy 2005 running
FC: Chevy does not make a 2005 running
1: To trade for your rifle
FC: 2005 chevy isn't really specific, but if you got a nice 3/4 ton - you got yourself a trade
1: It's a 2005 Chevy Malibu red running
Subject: Glock 17
Message: Are you an FFL?
FC: I am not, but my company is
1: Then you're part of the problem. What part of shall not be infringed do you not understand?
FC: The part where I'm not going to prison because you think a 4473 is unconstitutional.
1: I'll take my business elsewhere to a gun dealer that is a true patriot
FC: Make sure they're not like me.
1: How's that?
FC: I'm too pretty for prison.
(ring ring)
FC: Go for FC
1: Hi, the local machine shop told me I needed to call a federal firearm licensee. Can you help me?
FC: what do you need?
FC: Imagine you just invented a awesome design for a new tire.
1: Okay
FC: Now you take that design over to the Costco tire center and you ask the guys there to help you with a prototype
1: Okay
FC: How well do you think that will go?
1: Not very
How many phone calls does it take to buy a glock 19? I get 8 calls from someone before he can show up. We go through glock generations, 4473 questions, all the gamut of new gun owner questions. He tells me his ID has his old address. Will that be a problem?
FC: No problem. Just get your ID fixed and I'll hold the gun here and just bring me back your updated one.
1: Uh. I can't do that.
FC: Why not?
1: The state DL offices are closed.
FC: that's a you problem
1: Will voter registration work?
FC: Sure. Just bring it with you.
He calls me up AS HE IS ALONG THE WAY WITH HIS MOM and asks me if I need the voter registration with him. I say if you don't have it, I'll run everything with your old ID and you bring me the voter reg to pickup. He turns around and goes home.
Guy shows up, his mom drives him and he fills out the 4473 and he says he is having some problems with the ID section. He has a valid state DL without a current address and a voter registration with his current address. I tell him that he needs to read the form carefully. Particularly the line below the signature field. Stop and ask me if you have any questions.
He stops.
1: Sir, I understand you can't help me with the form but how am I supposed to know how to fill out the DL part if I don't know if the supplemental ID will meet ATF's requirement?
FC: did you hear what I said when I said you need to read the form carefully?
1: I did, and I understand that and I read the form but I'm having a problem figuring out box 18a and 18b
FC: Stop. Did you hear what I said when I said you need to read the form?
1: Yes! And I read the form! and it says what kind of supplemental government issued documentation.......
1: Okay fuck this I'm not buying this fucking gun.
FC: See, this is like marriage counseling. We're talking. We're not communicating. Lets start over. (I flip over the form)
FC: Do you see what this says? (points at Section A must be completed by Buyer)
1: Yes.
FC: What's that say?
1: Must be completed by buyer
FC: Do you see what this says? (points at Section B must be completed by Seller)
1: Yes
FC: What's that say?
1: Must be completed by seller
FC: And who's the buyer?
1: Me.
FC: And who's the seller?
1: You.
FC: So, what's the problem here?
1: Look, this is my first time buying a gun - I get that you can't give me the answers but.....
FC: Do you remember when I said you need to read the form carefully?
1: Yes
FC: Read what this says out loud Do you see what this says? (points at Section A must be completed by Buyer)
1: So where the fuck does section A stop?
FC: Do you see what this says? (points at Section B must be completed by Seller)
1: Oh I am such a dumbass. You tried to tell me didn't you?
14 phone calls to get scheduled/questions answered/etc - just to move a Glock 19 Gen 4. At least I got $700 for it.
To be fair........the front page section A was 100% perfect.
Lady and husband come in. The husband is concerned that social unrest will target them in their new house. Their budget for a new home defense weapon? $600.
I sell them a used Springfield XD with three mags for $550.
Subject: Gun Club Operations
Message: We're open, all events cancelled though. Someone stole all the TP and Paper Towels. If you go to the club, you are on your own in that regard.
(Editors note: WHAT THE FUCK? This is YOUR FUCKING GUN CLUB. You want to know why we can't have nice things? This is why we can't have nice things)
Subject: You've got to be kidding me
Message: These prices cannot be for real
FC: Every wholesaler is sold out. I have product and nobody else does.
1: Colt Sporter's are selling for $1100 which is $600 overpriced. When the smoke clears everyone who overpaid from you will never buy from you again
FC: People not buying from me because I'm priced too high? That sounds like any day that ends in Y. But let me know where you're seeing $500 colts! I'll buy them all day and throw you a finders fee. That's a $1300 gun all day long.
1: You should be ashamed of yourself for price gouging
FC: I hear there's a Bernie Sanders rally for you folks in a few weeks.
1: You sicken me
FC: HashtagFIGHTFORFIFTEEN - and thanks for reminding me, I just raised that M&P15 sport to $875. I sold three today at that price.
(ring ring)
FC: Go for FC
1: What Glock 45's you have in stock?
FC: Model 45 or caliber?
1: Caliber
FC: I got 41/21/30/30SF/36 in stock
1: can you mail it to me? I live 4 hours away
FC: Can go to an FFL near you
1: they're all closed. Can you ship one to my house?
FC: Put it on a letterhead sale and I'll get it done
1: I can type that out. What's it need to say?
FC: Needs the chief of your agency's signature - they'll know how to do it
1: So I just ask the chief of police to give me a letterhead and write you a letter?
FC: Has to have the chief signature stating firearm is for offfical LE purposes.
1: Do they do that very often?
FC: Depends on the agency. I mean.......I don't know down there.
1: So if I get a letter from the police chief you can ship me a gun to my house?
FC: Sure can! Just needs to meet ATF specifications.
1: You are the man! Everyone else has told me that is illegal. I'll go ask them in the morning.
FC: Good luck with that!
(Editors note: Letterhead sales are to LE only, they're written on agency letterhead that says DEAR FFL: THIS GLOCK 7 S/N ABC1234 FOR SGT A. POWELL IS BEING USED FOR OFFICIAL LE DUTIES - SIGNED DEP CHIEF DUANE T ROBINSON - this guy is in for a rude awakening)
Here's the in person rundown:
  1. Guy wanting a Shockwave or a Tac14. Prefers the Tac14. That gun we haven’t had available in MONTHS. Some disappointment.
  2. Guy wanting a box of 40S&W ammo. FMJ or HP. He’s got nothing.
  3. Guy who made me order 3 guns for him the first week I opened and didn’t take any is now desperate for 9mm ammo. I told him I’d find him some. At $85/box.
  4. Someone wants me to sell him a gun, gets mad when he finds out I have to perform a background check and leaves.
  5. Sold an AR15 lower out of state to a guy who had a credit card ready and legible FFL. That was a bright spot in the day.
1: I need a Glock 26
Me: I have to order it, out of stock
1: Okay that’s fine as long as it’s not an extensive wait
Me: Define extensive
1: If it’s going to take longer than 2 weeks, I’m just going to buy from someone else that has one in stock.
Me: Yeah uh I don't think you know how this works.
7: Guy finds out background checks are 7 hour wait. Tells me he wants me to run him to see if he can buy a gun before he can buy a gun. I tell him that's not how it works. If he flunks he does not want to be tied up with a delay and without gun or money and leaves. Fucking people wasting my goddamn time.
  1. Four people ask me for very specific items and say they're picking up after work. All four no show. I'm pissed.
All in all, not a bad way to move some product. If the good lord didn't want me to shear em - he wouldn't have made em all look like sheep..
April 1 2020
My morning kicked off with some emails of fail. One guy in CA begging for a Glock 19 Gen 5 and wanting it shipped to his house. Insta-delete. Another wanting me to find him a Gen 3 Austrian gun for MSRP with 10 rd mags. Unobtanium. Delete.
Email: Can you come by my office around 10?
Message: Hey will, it's dr livingston - my staff is freaked out about what's going on. I'd like to take you up on your roadshow offer. Can you bring a few guns by the office around 10AM today and show my staff what they may need in these crazy times?
I tell the doc no problem. I grab two of my gun show loadout boxes and I call into Jersey mikes and have them deliver lunch for them. Sandwiches and semi automatics, two of my favorite things. The nurses love the gesture and they say I'm just like a drug rep. Haha.
Doc and his partner and his brother show up for the lunch and I take down a stack of orders and they all tell me they'll stop in and do 4473's after rounds at the hospital later this afternoon.
I get back to my desk and get 5 rifles ready to ship out to CA. I sold 5 Daniel Defense DDM4 V7's at MSRP to Californiastan between yesterday and today. We rockin.
Megan's spa will be closed for two weeks so she's been pretty bored. She shows up and brings me lunch. A jersey mikes number 9. I laugh and tell her I already ate, but she's sweet. I open my desk drawer and get her an endangered species 88% cocoa bean to bar organic chocolate bar.
Me: Enough to brigthen your day for...... a while if this does not blow over.
Megan: You thought of everything, didn't you?
Me: I'm a gun owner, we do that.
Megan: I love you
Me: I love you too.
She gives me a kiss and I tell her to head home where I'll see her later tonight.
Little does she know I went grocery shopping and I'm planning on making her dinner and dessert from scratch later tonight. Grilled salmon, steamed asparagus and chocolate souffle is on the menu.
Life isn't good, but it's certainly not bad. No it's not.
FC out.
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