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2023.06.07 00:17 *tatted_gamer_666* **[tenant CT] can a landlord use security deposit to pay for couch that wasn’t his?**

When I moved into my current apartment 5 years ago. First time I viewed the apartment was when the previous tenant still lived there. Everything looked good to me she was only there for a year so no damage and it was fairly clean even for having someone living there so I signed the lease to move in the week after she moved out. Fast forward to move in day which was also the day where they check everything off on their list and we do a walk around you know the deal. Upon walking in, it was apparently the landlords first time walking in since she moved out because he was surprised that a couch and bed frame was left as well as a fridge full of beer. Him being surprised about it lead me to believe the couch was not owned by him but that the last tenant left the couch and bed frame. He asked me if he wanted me to remove those items or if I would be interested in using them I told him to take the broken bed frame but that i didn’t mind keeping the couch since I didn’t own a couch yet. The couch was clean but noticeably used on one side. I suspect the last tenant only sat in one spot since there was a huge dip in the couch there.

So here’s my concern I’m moving out soon and was checking the checklist in my emails (which was photo copied) an idk how I missed this 5 years ago (I’m suspecting he added this after I signed the check list because this part is written in and not typed)

It says “furniture owned and barrowed from landlord “brown couch good condition” and it also says “metal bed frame good condition” (remember I had him remove that because it was broken and I didn’t need it)

So to cut to the chase I’m moving out soon and I’m worried he’s going to try to accuse me of stealing the bed frame and worried he will charge me for wear and tear on a couch that isn’t his to begin with. He even voiced to me during move in that he was happy I agreed to keep the couch because he had no way of disposing it in his small Honda. I don’t want to be responsible for this Bed frame or couch. And I wish I reread the emailed check list. I was under the impression it wasn’t edited since I had signed it and that it would be identical. I would’ve never agreed to take the couch if I knew he would put it on the checklist as in good condition when it was more like “fair used condition”. The couch is still in the same condition but add some sun bleach to it because it’s directly across a huge sliding door without shades

Any advice or suggestions he’s old and forgetful so I have doubts he will remember taking the bed frame out since he put it on the checklist.

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So here’s my concern I’m moving out soon and was checking the checklist in my emails (which was photo copied) an idk how I missed this 5 years ago (I’m suspecting he added this after I signed the check list because this part is written in and not typed)

It says “furniture owned and barrowed from landlord “brown couch good condition” and it also says “metal bed frame good condition” (remember I had him remove that because it was broken and I didn’t need it)

So to cut to the chase I’m moving out soon and I’m worried he’s going to try to accuse me of stealing the bed frame and worried he will charge me for wear and tear on a couch that isn’t his to begin with. He even voiced to me during move in that he was happy I agreed to keep the couch because he had no way of disposing it in his small Honda. I don’t want to be responsible for this Bed frame or couch. And I wish I reread the emailed check list. I was under the impression it wasn’t edited since I had signed it and that it would be identical. I would’ve never agreed to take the couch if I knew he would put it on the checklist as in good condition when it was more like “fair used condition”. The couch is still in the same condition but add some sun bleach to it because it’s directly across a huge sliding door without shades

Any advice or suggestions he’s old and forgetful so I have doubts he will remember taking the bed frame out since he put it on the checklist.

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2023.06.07 00:17 *malikona* **One Month In - A New Pilot's Retrospective**

I'm not really looking for opinions on my progress (although I'm expecting to hear them lol!), but mainly for others who are just starting out or thinking about starting out on an EUC, I wanted to share a personal milestone and some things I've learned along the way.

After about a month of riding almost daily (a few off days here and there mainly due to schedule and weather), I finally got out on a regional bike path today and used up the whole battery on my V8 and hit the tiltback speed, around 21 mph I think, for the first time.

Could I have hit that speed sooner? Absolutely, but I have been what I think most people would consider "super cautious". I have two young kids, and I'm just not at a point in life to be a big risk taker right now (besides riding an EUC in the first place!).

My main takeaways after one month of riding are:

And then you'll be able to literally glide through time and space on the most whimsical and remarkable vehicle that mankind has ever come up with. You'll make a spectacle of yourself wherever you go, so lean into it - literally. Imagine yourself leaving a trail of rainbow dust behind you that lifts the spirits of everyone you see.

In many ways, learning to ride an EUC is a metaphor for life. You start off completely overwhelmed and thinking that you don't have control over anything. Eventually, gradually, and with a fair share of mistakes and sudden breakthroughs, you learn that you're actually a superhero and you can do anything. But you also never stop learning and improving and finding more ways to have fun.

Welcome to the ride of your life!

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After about a month of riding almost daily (a few off days here and there mainly due to schedule and weather), I finally got out on a regional bike path today and used up the whole battery on my V8 and hit the tiltback speed, around 21 mph I think, for the first time.

Could I have hit that speed sooner? Absolutely, but I have been what I think most people would consider "super cautious". I have two young kids, and I'm just not at a point in life to be a big risk taker right now (besides riding an EUC in the first place!).

My main takeaways after one month of riding are:

**You will get it faster than you think.**You'll start off thinking there's just no way the EUC is going to do what you see other people doing on it. It'll just feel so foreign and weird when you start, your expectations from watching YouTube videos will not line up with what you're experiencing in real life. There will be cognitive dissonance. You'll know, logically, that it's possible, and may even have faith that you'll get there, but part of your body and mind will just think, it can't be done. It can, and it will, all it takes is practice. If I can learn it - trust me - anyone can. My only prior experience with this kind of activity is as a bicyclist and motorcyclist, and while helpful, there isn't a whole lot that translates other than the overall sense of horizontal balance and being comfortable having your body exposed at high speeds. I think if you were a skateboarder or a snowboarder, you might pick it up a little easier, but it's going to be a weird feeling no matter who you are when you first step on an EUC. Just hang in there.**If you can, learn from someone else who already knows how to ride. If you can't (like me), watch every YouTube video. There are two main schools of thought about learning**:- One approach is to start with assisted mounting (a wall or railing) until you know how to ride at speed (i.e. 5+ mph), even if that is a week or more. This is what Motocat (Wrong Way's girlfriend) did, and she rode something like 100km before ever learning to free mount, which seemed crazy to me when I first heard it. This approach is much more feasible if you're learning with someone else who has their own EUC, because they can help you start anywhere.
- The other - which is what I did - is to get off the wall/rail ASAP and learn to free mount in an open space (and, by necessity, to learn to maneuver at low speed) before you learn to go faster. This is the approach you will see in a lot of the "learn to ride an EUC" videos you're likely to find on YouTube.
- Both approaches are viable, but ultimately if I had it to do over again I would probably go with option 1 because of a few main reasons:
- It took me longer to gain the confidence to go faster, which slowed my overall learning curve.
- Learning to free mount before you feel comfortable on the wheel is extremely tiring, because you're stepping on and off so often, and maneuvering at low speed for a long time is also tiring. Learning these skills "up front" probably takes longer than waiting until you are forced to - i.e. when you encounter a group of pedestrians, or you have to mount somewhere without assistance. But, it's probably less stressful and embarrassing to learn these skills in your driveway than on a crowded sidewalk.
- If you lack patience, this approach is much more likely to cause you to give up altogether.
- From what I've heard, learning to free mount is easier after you've kind of worked your way "down" in speed rather than working "up" - as a result you spend less energy learning to ride overall.

- There were some pros to learning to free mount first however:
- Knowing how to free-mount dramatically expands the areas you can go on your own, because you don't need to walk your EUC to a railing or a wall every time you step off. (If you're learning with a friend, like Motocat was, this is much less of an issue.) I was able to keep my EUC in my trunk and just pull over and practice on any good looking parking lot or big grass field that I saw, which was nice.
- I gained the confidence to get on the wheel and maneuver at low speeds first, which helped me build the fine motor control needed to safely control the wheel at both low and high speeds, before ever going fast.
- Ultimately I think this approach may be a bit safer than the first approach for that very reason - going 10-20 mph on an EUC without knowing how to free mount or maneuver at <5mph, do tight turns, figure eights, etc., is inherently more dangerous and could result in a crash, at worst, or possibly ingrain poor riding habits (such as poor foot placement, riding without carving and shifting your weight, etc.) at best, because you don't have full confidence in your ability to control the wheel.

**Get a good starter wheel.**This could be different things to different people, but I personally found a $400 used V8, and like I said, I only just today (one month later) reached the limits of its potential. I expect it to be sufficient for me to help me build my skills and take me as far and as fast as I need to go for at least a few weeks more, and it'll be a great wheel to keep in my car or at work, and also to teach other people on. I do want to get a bigger, faster, longer-range wheel soon, but I am glad that I learned to ride on a smaller and lighter wheel. I have not yet ridden the 16X, but from everything I've seen, it appears to be the sweet spot in terms of a wheel that's small enough to learn to ride on and be nimble at low speed (and thus less tiring when you are developing the necessary muscle groups and muscle memory), but also has a lot more headroom in terms of speed and range. There are probably other wheels in this same category, like the V8F or the V10F (and some of the other King-Song 14-16 inch wheels), but I would recommend getting a used wheel first if you can because you're going to drop it and beat the shit out of it A LOT when you're starting out. A 16X with a case on it would probably stand up to the abuse of learning just fine, but you have to be willing to grind your new toy on the pavement. Starting with a big, heavy, top of the line wheel just seems like a bad idea to me, but I know that some people do it. I wouldn't learn to ride a motorcycle on an R1, and I wouldn't try to learn how to drive a stick shift in a Ferrari.**The riding surface matters - a lot.**Practice on grass or turf early on if you can. Not only will you be able to go faster with less risk if (and when) you fall off, but riding on a slightly irregular surface helps you build fine motor control much more quickly which translates into better riding skills both on and off-road. Also, riding around a big grass field with a few bumps is just a lot of fun, and it's a totally different experience than riding on pavement. As a new rider, this experience is great. It engages your upper body a lot more, and is generally a nice departure from cruising on the road. It also helps you realize that the EUC is capable of handling a lot crazier terrain than you will initially expect, which helps you build confidence and trust in the wheel. Once you've graduated to being able to*reliably*keep your wheel where you want it to be on a trail/sidewalk/road - which for me was after about two weeks - find the best quality surface you can. You'll be shocked how much of a difference it makes. Poor road surfaces diminish your confidence and limit your growth potential when you're first learning. You might think your local street or bike path is good enough, but if it has a rough surface with lots of bumps, gravel, and potholes, the first time you get on a proper bike path or a freshly paved parking lot, you'll suddenly be able to go much faster with more confidence. Then you'll get back on those shittier surfaces and think, oh, this isn't so bad - mainly because you'll feel comfortable going faster. Don't avoid poor surfaces entirely, because you need to learn how to handle them eventually and you don't want to handicap yourself - just find a good place where you don't have to worry about that and put it in your rotation of places to practice early on.**Learning is both physical and mental. There are, and are not, shortcuts.**I've heard it said that the speed at which you learn EUC is directly proportional to your willingness to overcome fear. There is some truth to that. If I were completely fearless, I probably could've hopped on the wheel with some help from a wall and dashed 20 yards at full-lean until I wiped out into the grass. I'd have hurt myself and my pride a little bit, but I'd have found the limit and probably would be able to have shortened the overall learning curve by a couple of weeks. Some people learn this way, and more power to them. Becoming a truly competent rider, however, is something that simply requires experience, no matter who you are. This experience has both physical and mental components. Riding an EUC takes strength in muscles that you don't often use, especially your feet. Building this strength and the fine motor control to be a safe and competent rider at any speed takes time, and there is no shortcut to developing it. Mentally, learning how the wheel responds to input in all directions, learning which movements of your upper body will and will-not impact the movement of the wheel, learning how and when to bend your knees to absorb impact, learning how much distance you need to stop, learning which riding surfaces will make your wheel lose traction, learning how to take a sharp turn onto a curb ramp, learning how to ride on and off a curb confidently - and so much more - all of these things are skills that can only be developed with time and practice. There is NO SHORTCUT to becoming a truly competent EUC pilot. To truly master it, like any other skill, will probably take you 10,000 hours!*If*true mastery of EUC is even possible. I don't care if you're already an expert snowboarder or skateboarder, although I have no doubt that those skills would shorten your initial learning curve, as well as give you more "willingness to overcome fear" (or just less fear to begin with).**Dress for the slide, not the ride.**There are countless threads of new riders asking about gear on this subreddit. I'll share my loadout, and my opinions. Take them as you will.- Triple Eight Hired Hands Gloves
- Wrist guards are considered essential equipment for riding EUC, since pretty much any fall is going to impact your wrists, even at low speeds. I tried these wrist guards first, but they did not fit me well (too small on the wrist, even at XL), and didn't like how they left my whole hand exposed. The Triple Eight Hired Hands Gloves are much more robust, with hard armor on the front and the back, and only slightly more difficult to take off (actually easier to put on). Some people recommend full finger gloves, like the Hillbilly Wrist Guard Gloves - Full Finger, and I'm sure these are great, although I like being able to easily use my phone and also prefer having the brace on both sides of my wrist.

- Triple Eight Bumsaver Men's Padded Shorts
- Most people probably don't wear padded shorts when riding, and I don't always either - it's actually the one piece of gear that for whatever reason (probably inconvenience) that I consider "optional". That said, the one place that I have fallen and significantly hurt myself thus far is on my tailbone, and I was wearing (a different set, Bohn body armor) padded underwear at the time. I was still in pain on my tailbone for probably two weeks. Also, most people say that when you fall at speed you almost always take some impact or at least road rash on your hip. Therefore hip padding and tailbone padding is highly recommended, especially if you're going to be traveling at speed, but I can attest to it being useful even when you're going very slow (you can always fall backwards).

- Triple Eight EP 55 Elbow Pads
- I usually don't wear these because my motorcycle jacket (see below) has integrated elbow pads. But when I'm not wearing my jacket, I wear these.

- Giro Switchblade MIPS Adult Mountain Cycling Helmet
- A full face helmet is essential equipment for EUC - that's my opinion, take it or leave it. This is what I wear for head protection most of the time, since my current wheel doesn't go any faster than 20 mph, and I ride primarily on bike trails and sidewalks and within my neighborhood. When I get a faster wheel and ride on bike lanes or larger roads, I will use my Scorpion helmet (see below). I love this helmet because it is super comfortable and lightweight, and it's also modular, so you can easily take off the chinbar to drink some water or blow your nose or whatever without having to take off the helmet. You can also use it as a bicycle helmet if you wanted to, with or without the chin bar. Airflow is great (I am yet to break a sweat in it, which is saying a lot for me), MIPS is a great feature, and the visor has an integrated camera mount. Plus the color options are good.

- SHIMA SX-2 EVO Motorcycle Shoes for Men
- I've tried a lot when it comes to shoes for the EUC. I have tried full on hard calf motorcycle boots, which I know some people use, but I don't recommend. They give you basically no feeling for the road or the pedals, and I'm convinced they led to my fall where I bruised my tailbone. I've also tried regular height sneakers, which feel good, but leave your ankles totally exposed, and I've already hit my ankle hard with the pedal when losing control of the wheel on grass. I happened to be wearing high-top sneakers at the time, which were an improvement, but still not enough to prevent ankle impact injury or to stand up to being dragged along pavement. I eventually found these casual style motorcycle shoes which look great and can be worn all day comfortably but also provide hard armoring at the ankle, toe, and heel. They are soft enough on the bottom to feel the pedals - although probably not enough for some people - and they should stand up to any threat of road rash. Any other similar style boots from Dainese or others should work equally well, but I have found these have a wide fit, which is good for my feet (unlike Dainese which is a more narrow fit). Alpinestars makes some good ones too I hear.

- O'Neal 0256-206 Unisex Pumpgun Knee Guard Carbon Look
- Knee pads are essential equipment for riding EUC. If you fall, you're going to land on your knees (and your wrists), watch any crash video. I wear these knee pads all the time, they are comfortable and flexible, but they will make your legs a little sweaty (although not obnoxiously so). I have started crossing the top two straps behind my knee at the recommendation of people who say these kind of guards will slide down in the event of a crash. I have ordered some Revit Airwave 3 Pants which can fit over your regular pants and include both knee and hip protection. If I like these, I expect to wear them in lieu of the knee guards and the Bumsaver shorts in most instances.

- Scorpion EXO-AT950 Ellwood Helmet
- Some people will say an ADV or street motorcycle helmet is overkill for an EUC. I have been a motorcyclist for many years, and I've tried and own all kinds of top of the line motorcycle helmets (Arai, Shoei, HJC etc.). All of the ones I have that are focused on sport riding I find to be too hot and too narrow field-of-view for riding EUC. I saw She Rides and EUC on YouTube recommend this Scorpion helmet, or one very similar to it. It's an ADV helmet, so it has a removable visor and a front vent in the DH MTB style, except it can be closed. It's also modular, so you can flip up the chin guard super easily. It has other great features like a flip down sun visor, and obviously a full face shield. It is extremely comfortable and has a much wider field of view than my sportbike helmets. When I ride faster and/or ride next to traffic, this will be the helmet I wear, and it is an appropriate level of protection and comfort for my purposes.

- Dainese VR46 Air-Tex Jacket
- This jacket is discontinued, but I linked a similar style of jacket from Dainese. Any textile mesh summer motorcycle jacket will do the job. Mine has CE 1 elbow and shoulder protection, and I added a CE 2 back protector (this was my summer motorcycle jacket). I might upgrade to CE 1 elbows and shoulders at some point. I have yet to find it to be too hot in any situation when I'm able to maintain a constant speed above 5 mph. In the absolute heat of summer, I might need to just use my Triple Eight elbow guards and my Boblebee backpack in lieu of the jacket, but I haven't had to do that yet. I also have a Fox Baseframe Pro D30 Chest Guard Jacket which is meant for dirt track riding and intended to be worn under a jersey, but I doubt I will use this often unless I know for sure that I won't be riding on the street at all, because it offers basically no abrasion resistance. Anyone who has crashed and slid on the road (or on gravel) knows that abrasion resistance is as or more important than impact resistance, especially on the kinds of crashes I have seen involving EUC. Only purpose-built gear like a motorcycle or Lazy Rolling Kevlar-reinforced outer layer will provide this.

- Boblbee GTX 25L Hardshell Backpack (Hi-Viz Yellow)
- First, all my gear is black/hi-viz yellow, so I had no choice but to get this. Some will say back protection is not essential gear for EUC, and as long as they never crash and impact their spine, they're right. As long as I prefer not being paraplegic to some slight inconvenience, I will wear a back protector when riding at speed. If I'm not wearing my jacket with a back protector, and/or when I want to carry gear (even if it's just water and a camera, or whatever), I'll wear the Boblbee. Yes, it makes you stick out like a sore thumb when you're riding, but A) that's the point, and B) you already stick out like a sore thumb when you're riding an EUC. Might as well take it to the next level. And it is the best back protector in the world, so it's kind of a no-brainer for me when it comes to EUC equipment.

- Triple Eight Hired Hands Gloves
**Trust the wheel (to an extent).**This is probably the biggest takeaway overall. Most of your hesitation when learning will come from just not believing, or understanding, that the wheel is capable of seemingly magical things. As long as it's working as intended, and you are standing on it properly, grabbing it firmly but not aggressively with your legs, and not flailing yourself around, it will just roll on straight across things that will initially surprise you, at speeds that you will initially think are totally insane for something so small and squirrely. You'll be able to turn in an incredibly tight circle at such a low speed that you'll think to yourself, "How the HELL am I not falling over right now?" You'll be able to glide over scary gaps in the pavement and absorb them with your knees to the point that you barely notice them, even at 20 mph. You'll be able to make long gliding turns and wave your arms around like you're a bird flying through the air and little kids will laugh at you. All of these things will seem incomprehensible when you first step up on the wheel, and maybe even for a few weeks after. Some of these magical feats are thanks to the EUC technology - being able to lean or sit down at comical angles while keeping your feet balanced, for instance, thanks to the gyroscope - but mostly it's just due to the basic physics of a wheel in motion.**Simply put, it's more stable than you think it is**, and you have to learn to trust both the wheel itself as well as the technology that supports it. That said, and paradoxically,**EUCs and unicycles generally are also inherently unstable**. The main thing that will throw the EUC out of balance is not itself, nor something in the road, but YOU. Your unintended or unplanned movements of your body are the most likely culprit of something that throws you off the wheel, in whatever axis it may be. You have to learn to relax your body overall and move only in ways that don't upset the balance of the wheel, and this is something that takes time and practice. The technology of EUCs is also, ironically, both stable and fragile at the same time. As PEVs go, they are very simple, with relatively few failure points and a low-maintenance design that means they can function for a long time in adverse conditions with relatively little trouble. However, unlike 2+ wheeled vehicles, you are COMPLETELY at the mercy of the hardware and software to keep you from crashing. This is just a fact. On a bike, scooter, or car of any kind, if everything failed at once, you'd have the opportunity to just roll to a stop. On an EUC, if ONE THING FAILS, you are immediately and without any warning put directly onto your face.**You don't have any mechanical means of stopping.**This is something that's very important to understand, especially if you are used to riding basically any other vehicle. You're completely dependent on the motor and battery to decelerate, along with your own physical and mental skill at applying rearward pressure on the pedals, which is harder to learn than leaning forward. Even when applying full braking pressure, your stopping distance is MUCH GREATER than on any mechanically braked device. This is something that you need to be constantly aware of when you are choosing how fast to go and what situations to put yourself in. No matter how good of a rider you are, if someone cuts you off, you're much more likely to run into them on an EUC than on any other vehicle at the same speed. Your risk of this is exponentially greater when you are first learning, so just don't put yourself into those situations until you have absolute confidence in your ability to apply maximum braking power, and even then - be conservative about where and how you ride. This is a fundamental limitation of the device, and something that - like it or not - you have to accept and understand.

And then you'll be able to literally glide through time and space on the most whimsical and remarkable vehicle that mankind has ever come up with. You'll make a spectacle of yourself wherever you go, so lean into it - literally. Imagine yourself leaving a trail of rainbow dust behind you that lifts the spirits of everyone you see.

In many ways, learning to ride an EUC is a metaphor for life. You start off completely overwhelmed and thinking that you don't have control over anything. Eventually, gradually, and with a fair share of mistakes and sudden breakthroughs, you learn that you're actually a superhero and you can do anything. But you also never stop learning and improving and finding more ways to have fun.

Welcome to the ride of your life!

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2023.06.07 00:16 *assflakesinmycereal* **Would there be any problems with soldering a wire directly to a fork terminal?**

Hey there,

Got some small 22 awg wire and some standard fork terminals. I got my crimper out but found even on the smallest setting the wires were too small to crimp correctly down on the fork. I used some pliers beyond the initial crimping and seem to have a decent cold weld now, but it's far from perfect.

I was wondering if I stripped the rubbery bit off the fork terminal, could I just solder the stripped wire directly to it? I mean I know I could, but would there be any problems with it that I can expect? It's just for a basic DIY project involving speakers. I'm a novice in electronics. Thanks a lot for your time.

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Got some small 22 awg wire and some standard fork terminals. I got my crimper out but found even on the smallest setting the wires were too small to crimp correctly down on the fork. I used some pliers beyond the initial crimping and seem to have a decent cold weld now, but it's far from perfect.

I was wondering if I stripped the rubbery bit off the fork terminal, could I just solder the stripped wire directly to it? I mean I know I could, but would there be any problems with it that I can expect? It's just for a basic DIY project involving speakers. I'm a novice in electronics. Thanks a lot for your time.

2023.06.07 00:16 *azengteach* **Feeling anxious about consolidation.**

Hoping for advice and/or validation on my decision to consolidate. I have been a public school employee for 29 years. I have three sets of direct loans for different degrees/certifications. Filed for the limited waiver in August of 22. My loans with the highest count are at 118. The other sets are at 59 and 19. I owe the most on the last set. In all, I owe $175,000.

I saw a few threads about consolidation and wondered if it might work for me. I called Mohela this morning to check on what consolidation would mean for me, and they encouraged me to apply to consolidate all of my direct loans so when the adjustment goes through in 2024 my loans will all adjust to the highest count.

After a conversation with student aid.gov, I applied for the repaye program and hit send. Freaking out just a bit right now. Did I make the right decision?

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I saw a few threads about consolidation and wondered if it might work for me. I called Mohela this morning to check on what consolidation would mean for me, and they encouraged me to apply to consolidate all of my direct loans so when the adjustment goes through in 2024 my loans will all adjust to the highest count.

After a conversation with student aid.gov, I applied for the repaye program and hit send. Freaking out just a bit right now. Did I make the right decision?

2023.06.07 00:16 *Cautbeincaut* **Infinite cum**

Infinite cum. You sit on the toilet to jack off, but you begin to cum uncontrollably. After ten spurts you start to worry. Your hand is sticky and it reeks of semen. You desperately shove your dick into a wad of toilet paper, but that only makes your balls hurt. The cum accelerates. It’s been three minutes. You can’t stop cumming. Your bathroom floor is covered in a thin layer of baby fluid. You try to cum into the shower drain but it builds up too fast. You try the toilet. The cum is too thick to be flushed. You lock the bathroom door to prevent the cum from escaping. The air grows hot and humid from the cum. The cum accelerates. You slip and fall in your own sperm. The cum is now six inches deep, almost as long as your still-erect semen hose. Sprawled on your back, you begin to cum all over the ceiling. Globs of the sticky white fluid begin to fall like raindrops, giving you a facial with your own cum. The cum accelerates. You struggle to stand as the force of the cum begins to propel you backwards as if you were on a bukkake themed slip-and-slide. Still on your knees, the cum is now at chin height. To avoid drowning you open the bathroom door. The deluge of man juice reminds you of the Great Molasses Flood of 1919, only with cum instead of molasses. The cum accelerates. It’s been two hours. Your children and wife scream in terror as their bodies are engulfed by the snow-white sludge. Your youngest child goes under, with viscous bubbles and muffled cries rising from the goop. You plead to God to end your suffering. The cum accelerates. You squeeze your dick to stop the cum, but it begins to leak out of your asshole instead. You let go. The force of the cum tears your urethra open, leaving only a gaping hole in your crotch that spews semen. Your body picks up speed as it slides backwards along the cum. You smash through the wall, hurtling into the sky at thirty miles an hour. From a bird’s eye view you see your house is completely white. Your neighbor calls the cops. The cum accelerates. As you continue to ascend, you spot police cars racing towards your house. The cops pull out their guns and take aim, but stray loads of cum hit them in the eyes, blinding them. The cum accelerates. You are now at an altitude of 1000 feet. The SWAT team arrives. Military helicopters circle you. Hundreds of bullets pierce your body at once, yet you stay conscious. Your testicles have now grown into a substitute brain. The cum accelerates. It has been two days. With your body now destroyed, the cum begins to spray in all directions. You break the sound barrier. The government deploys fighter jets to chase you down, but the impact of your cum sends one plane crashing to the ground. The government decides to let you leave the earth. You feel your gonads start to burn up as you reach the edges of the atmosphere. You narrowly miss the ISS, giving it a new white paint job as you fly past. Physicists struggle to calculate your erratic trajectory. The cum accelerates. The cum begins to gravitate towards itself, forming a comet trail of semen. Astronomers begin calling you the “Cummet.” You are stuck in space forever, stripped of your body and senses, forced to endure an eternity of cumshots. Eventually, you stop thinking...

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2023.06.07 00:16 *HubertJackson22* **Place to sell 5.11 duty pants?**

Looking for input on a place to sell good quality 5.11 duty pants (specific facebook group, business, ebay, etc.). Would prefer to sell cheap to a volunteer first responder who could use them. Figured I'd ask around on here for some direction.

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2023.06.07 00:16 *shawdowbanned23* **Is anyone else guilty of this? SubhanAllah some verses just feel like they are talking directly to you.**

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2023.06.07 00:16 *GORDO15_RUupNow* **Can someone create a flight track video for 7-10pm last night over The Golden Gate Bridge. Or put some directions in on how to do that. Thanks all!**

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2023.06.07 00:16 *OEIS-Tracker* **New OEIS sequences - week of 06/04**

OEIS number | Description | Sequence |
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A358339 | Array read by antidiagonals upwards: A(n,k) is the number of nonequivalent positions in the KRvK endgame on an n X n chessboard with DTM (distance to mate) k, n >= 3, k >= 0. | 2, 4, 5, 3, 15... |

A359199 | Least prime p such that 2n can be written as a signed sum of p and the next 3 primes, or -1 if no such prime exists. | 5, 3, 3, 3, 7... |

A359626 | a(n) is equal to the number of filled unit triangles in a regular triangle whose coloring scheme is given in the comments. | 1, 4, 9, 15, 21... |

A361246 | a(n) is the smallest integer k > 1 that satisfies k mod j <= 1 for all integers j in 1..n. | 2, 2, 3, 4, 16... |

A361869 | Let x_0, x_1, x_2, ... be the iterations of the arithmetic derivative A003415 starting with x_0 = n. a(n) is the greatest k such that x_0 > x_1 > ... > x_k. | 0, 1, 2, 2, 0... |

A361870 | Array read by antidiagonals: A(n,k) is the number of nonequivalent 2-colorings of the cells of an n-dimensional hypercube with edges k cells long under action of symmetry. | 2, 2, 1, 2, 2... |

A362086 | Denominator of the continued fraction 1/(2-3/(3-4/(4-5/(...(n-1)-n/(-3))))). | 3, 17, 9, 13, 53... |

A362334 | a(n) = A000010(n) + A000010(n+2), where A000010 is the Euler phi-function. | 3, 3, 6, 4, 10... |

A362495 | Total number of blocks containing at least one odd element and at least one even element in all partitions of [n]. | 0, 0, 1, 3, 13... |

A362535 | Smallest prime ending with all base-n digits in consecutive order. | 5, 59, 283, 3319, 95177... |

A362553 | Gale CGF's: The number of basic cyclotomic generating functions of degree n with numerator multiset bigger than denominator multiset in the Gale partial order. | 1, 1, 3, 4, 10... |

A362554 | The number of generators for the Gale submonoid of basic cyclotomic generating functions of degree n with numerator multiset bigger than denominator multiset in Gale order. | 1, 2, 1, 3, 1... |

A362717 | Number of ways to write a + b + c = d + e = f with {a,b,c,d,e,f} a subset of [n] of size 6 and a < b < c and d < e. | 0, 0, 0, 0, 0... |

A362905 | Array read by antidiagonals: T(n,k) is the number of n element multisets of length k vectors over GF(2) that sum to zero. | 1, 1, 1, 1, 1... |

A362906 | Number of n element multisets of length 3 vectors over GF(2) that sum to zero. | 1, 1, 8, 15, 50... |

A362965 | Number of primes <= the n-th prime power. | 1, 2, 2, 3, 4... |

A363110 | G.f.: Sum{n>=0} x{k=1..n} (k + (n-k+1)^{n} * Productx) / (1 + kx + (n-k+1)*x^{2).} | 1, 1, 2, 4, 10... |

A363111 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) = F(xF(x)F(x)^{7),} where F(x) = 1 + x^{4} is the g.f. of A002293. | 1, 1, 11, 127, 1547... |

A363133 | Numbers > 1 whose prime indices satisfy 2*(minimum) = (mean). | 10, 28, 30, 39, 84... |

A363134 | Positive integers whose multiset of prime indices satisfies: (length) = 2*(minimum). | 4, 6, 10, 14, 22... |

A363139 | Expansion of A(x) satisfying -x = Sum_{n=-oo..+oo} (-x)^{n} * (1 - (-x)^{n)n} / A(x)^{n.} | 1, 1, 2, 3, 10... |

A363212 | Sums of distinct factorials that are of the form x^{2} - 1. | 0, 3, 8, 24, 120... |

A363220 | Number of integer partitions of n whose conjugate has the same median. | 1, 0, 1, 1, 1... |

A363222 | Numbers whose multiset of prime indices satisfies (maximum) - (minimum) = (length). | 10, 21, 28, 42, 55... |

A363223 | Numbers with bigomega equal to median prime index. | 2, 9, 10, 50, 70... |

A363224 | Number of integer compositions of n in which the least part appears more than once. | 0, 1, 1, 5, 8... |

A363245 | Lexicographically first sequence of positive integers such that all terms are pairwise coprime and no subset sum is a power of 2. | 3, 7, 10, 11, 17... |

A363251 | Number of nonisomorphic open quipus with n nodes. | 1, 1, 1, 1, 2... |

A363253 | a(n) is the smallest n-gonal number which can be represented as the sum of distinct nonzero n-gonal numbers in exactly n ways, or -1 if no such number exists. | 28, 121, 210 |

A363262 | Number of integer compositions of n in which the greatest part appears more than once. | 0, 1, 1, 2, 4... |

A363268 | Squares (A000290) alternating with 1+squares (A002522). | 1, 1, 4, 2, 9... |

A363304 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) satisfying A(x) = 1 + x*(A(x)^{4} + A(x)^{7).} | 1, 2, 22, 350, 6538... |

A363305 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) satisfying A(x) = 1 + x*(A(x)^{5} + A(x)^{9).} | 1, 2, 28, 576, 13968... |

A363308 | Expansion of g.f. C(xC(x)C(x)^{3),} where C(x) = 1 + x^{2} is the g.f. of the Catalan numbers (A000108). | 1, 1, 5, 26, 141... |

A363309 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) = F(xF(x)F(x)^{5),} where F(x) = 1 + x^{3} is the g.f. of A001764. | 1, 1, 8, 67, 590... |

A363310 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) satisfying A(x) = 1 + xG(x)(G(x)^{5,} where G(x) = 1 + x^{3} + G(x)^{5)} is the g.f. of A363311. | 1, 1, 10, 120, 1620... |

A363311 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) satisfying A(x) = 1 + x*(A(x)^{3} + A(x)^{5).} | 1, 2, 16, 180, 2360... |

A363312 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) satisfying 1/2 = Sum_{n=-oo..+oo} x^{n} * (A(x) - x^{n)n-1,} with a(0) = 3. | 3, 8, 68, 656, 6924... |

A363313 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) satisfying 1/3 = Sum_{n=-oo..+oo} x^{n} * (A(x) - x^{n)n-1,} with a(0) = 4. | 4, 18, 216, 3006, 46062... |

A363314 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) satisfying 1/4 = Sum_{n=-oo..+oo} x^{n} * (A(x) - x^{n)n-1,} with a(0) = 5. | 5, 32, 496, 9024, 181296... |

A363315 | Expansion of g.f. A(x) satisfying 1/5 = Sum_{n=-oo..+oo} x^{n} * (A(x) - x^{n)n-1,} with a(0) = 6. | 6, 50, 950, 21350, 530700... |

A363329 | a(n) is the number of divisors of n that are both coreful and infinitary. | 1, 1, 1, 1, 1... |

A363330 | Numbers with a record number of divisors that are both coreful and infinitary. | 1, 8, 128, 216, 3456... |

A363331 | a(n) is the sum of divisors of n that are both coreful and infinitary. | 1, 2, 3, 4, 5... |

A363332 | a(n) is the number of divisors of n that are both coreful and bi-unitary. | 1, 1, 1, 1, 1... |

A363333 | Numbers with a record number of divisors that are both coreful and bi-unitary. | 1, 8, 32, 128, 216... |

A363334 | a(n) is the sum of divisors of n that are both coreful and bi-unitary. | 1, 2, 3, 4, 5... |

A363335 | Irregular table read by rows: T(n,k) is the smallest m that has 2*n divisors and is at the beginning of a run of exactly k consecutive integers whose number of divisors increases by 2, or -1 if no such m exists. | 2, 5, 61, 421, 1524085621... |

A363342 | Array read by descending antidiagonals. A(n,k), n > 1 and k > 0, is the least m such that the number of partitions of m into n distinct prime parts is exactly k, or -1 if no such number exists. | 5, 16, 10, 24, 18... |

A363349 | Array read by antidiagonals: T(n,k) is the number of equivalence classes of n X k binary matrices under permutation of rows and columns and complementation of columns. | 1, 1, 1, 1, 1... |

A363350 | Number of n element multisets of length 4 vectors over GF(2) that sum to zero. | 1, 1, 16, 51, 276... |

A363351 | Number of n element multisets of length n vectors over GF(2) that sum to zero. | 1, 1, 4, 15, 276... |

A363360 | Decimal expansion of real number [0,1,1,0,...] formed by taking the Thue-Morse sequence (A010060) as partial quotients of a continued fraction. | 7, 2, 1, 1, 1... |

A363361 | Decimal expansion of real number [1,0,0,1,...] formed by taking the complementary Thue-Morse sequence (A010059) as partial quotients of a continued fraction. | 1, 3, 8, 6, 7... |

A363362 | Number of connected weakly pancyclic graphs on n unlabeled nodes. | 1, 1, 2, 6, 21... |

A363363 | Number of connected unlabeled n-node graphs G that are not weakly pancyclic, i.e., there exists an integer k such that G contains a cycle that is longer than k and a cycle that is shorter than k but no cycle of length k. | 0, 0, 0, 0, 0... |

A363364 | Least nonnegative integer k such that all non-bipartite graphs with n nodes and at least k edges are weakly pancyclic. | 0, 0, 0, 0, 0... |

A363365 | Array read by ascending antidiagonals: A(1, k) = k; for n > 1, A(n, k) = (k + 1)*A(n-1, k) + k + 1 - n, with k > 0. | 1, 2, 2, 3, 7... |

A363366 | Antidiagonal sums of A363365. | 1, 4, 13, 43, 152... |

A363369 | Number of steps x -> x+1 or x/prime required to go from n to 1. | 0, 1, 1, 2, 1... |

A363370 | Number of ways to distribute n guards on the corners and walls of a square castle so that each wall has an equal number of guards modulo rotations and reflections. | 1, 0, 1, 1, 3... |

A363371 | a(n) is the least prime p for which (p-1)*phi(p^{n)} is a nontotient, where phi is the Euler totient function (A000010). | 23, 11, 23, 11, 23... |

A363372 | Lexicographically earliest infinite sequence of positive numbers on a square spiral such that every 3 by 3 block of numbers contains the digits 1 through 9. | 1, 2, 3, 4, 5... |

A363373 | a(n) is the least k such that, if x_0, x_1, x_2, ... are the iterations of the arithmetic derivative A003415 starting with x_0 = k, x_0 > x_1 > ... > x_n. | 0, 1, 2, 6, 9... |

A363374 | Numbers k such that 2^{k} - 3 is a semiprime. | 8, 11, 13, 15, 17... |

A363375 | Numbers k such that 3^{k-1} - 2^{k} is prime. | 4, 6, 7, 8, 22... |

A363376 | Determinant of the n X n matrix formed by placing 1..n^{2} in L-shaped gnomons in alternating directions. | 1, -5, 78, -1200, 19680... |

A363378 | Third Lie-Betti number of a cycle graph on n vertices. | 12, 25, 41, 68, 105... |

A363380 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = 1 + x * A(x)^{4} * (1 + A(x)^{2).} | 1, 2, 20, 284, 4712... |

A363382 | Three-dimensional polyknights, identifying rotations and reflections. | 1, 1, 12, 203, 5552... |

A363383 | Three-dimensional polyknights, identifying rotations but not reflections. | 1, 1, 16, 346, 10611... |

A363384 | Fixed three-dimensional polyknights. | 1, 12, 276, 7850, 251726... |

A363385 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x + x^{2} * exp( Sum_{k>=1} A(x^{k)2} / k ). | 1, 1, 0, 1, 2... |

A363386 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x + x^{2} * exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(x^{k)2} / k ). | 1, 1, 0, 1, 2... |

A363387 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x + x^{2} * exp( Sum_{k>=1} A(x^{k)2} / (k*x^{k)} ). | 1, 1, 1, 3, 6... |

A363388 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x + x^{2} * exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(x^{k)2} / (k*x^{k)} ). | 1, 1, 1, 2, 5... |

A363389 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x * exp(2 * Sum_{k>=1} A(x^{k)2} / (k*x^{k)} ). | 1, 2, 11, 72, 545... |

A363390 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x * exp(2 * Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(x^{k)2} / (k*x^{k)} ). | 1, 2, 9, 60, 436... |

A363393 | Triangle read by rows. T(n, k) = [x^{k]} P(n, x) where P(n, x) = (1 / (n + 1)) * Sum_{j=0..n+1) binomial(n + 1, j) * Bernoulli(j, 1) * (4^{j} - 2^{j)} * x^{j - 1}. | 1, 1, 1, 1, 2... |

A363394 | Triangle read by rows. T(n, k) = A081658(n, k) + A363393(n, k) for k > 0 and T(n, 0) = 1. | 1, 1, 1, 1, 2... |

A363396 | a(n) = Sum{k=0..n} 2{j=0..k} binomial(k, j) * (2*j + 1)^{n - k} * Sum^{n.} Row sums of A363398. | 1, 6, 68, 1280, 33104... |

A363397 | a(n) = Sum{k=0..n} 2{j=0..k} binomial(k, j) * (j + 1)^{n - k} * Sum^{n.} Row sums of A363399. | 1, 5, 32, 302, 3904... |

A363398 | Triangle read by rows. T(n, k) = [x^{k]} P(n, x), where P(n, x) = Sum{k=0..n} 2{j=0..k} (x^{n - k} * Sum^{j} * binomial(k, j) * (2*j + 1)^{n),} (secant case). | 1, 3, 3, 7, 36... |

A363399 | Triangle read by rows. T(n, k) = [x^{k]} P(n, x), where P(n, x) = Sum{k=0..n} 2{j=0..k} (x^{n - k} * Sum^{j} * binomial(k, j) * (j + 1)^{n),} (tangent case). | 1, 3, 2, 7, 16... |

A363400 | Triangle read by rows. T(n, k) = [x^{k]} P(n, x), where P(n, x) = Sum{k=0..n} 2{j=0..k} (x^{n - k} * Sum^{j} * binomial(k, j) * ((2 - (n mod 2)) * j + 1)^{n).} | 1, 3, 2, 7, 36... |

A363401 | a(n) = Sum{k=0..n} 2{j=0..k} binomial(k, j) * ((2 - (n mod 2)) * j + 1)^{n - k} * Sum^{n.} Row sums of A363400. | 1, 5, 68, 302, 33104... |

A363404 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (A(x^{k)} + A(wxx^{k)} + A(w^{2}^{k))/3} * x^{k/k} ), where w = exp(2Pii/3). | 1, 1, 1, 1, 2... |

A363405 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (A(x^{k)} + A(ixx^{k)} + A(-x^{k)} + A(i^{3}^{k))/4} * x^{k/k} ), where i = sqrt(-1). | 1, 1, 1, 1, 1... |

A363423 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} A(3*x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 1, 4, 40, 1126... |

A363424 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} A(4*x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 1, 5, 85, 5535... |

A363425 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(2*x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 1, 2, 10, 89... |

A363426 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(3*x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 1, 3, 30, 840... |

A363427 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(4*x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 1, 4, 68, 4422... |

A363429 | Number of set partitions of [n] such that each block has at most one even element. | 1, 1, 2, 5, 10... |

A363430 | Number of set partitions of [n] such that each block has at most one odd element. | 1, 1, 2, 3, 10... |

A363434 | Total number of blocks containing only elements of the same parity in all partitions of [n]. | 0, 1, 2, 7, 24... |

A363435 | Number of partitions of [2n] having exactly n blocks with all elements of the same parity. | 1, 0, 5, 42, 569... |

A363437 | Decimal expansion of the volume of the regular tetrahedron inscribed in the unit-radius sphere. | 5, 1, 3, 2, 0... |

A363438 | Decimal expansion of the volume of the regular dodecahedron inscribed in the unit-radius sphere. | 2, 7, 8, 5, 1... |

A363439 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} A(x^{k)} * (3*x)^{k/k} ). | 1, 3, 18, 108, 702... |

A363440 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} A(x^{k)} * (4*x)^{k/k} ). | 1, 4, 32, 256, 2208... |

A363441 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(x^{k)} * (2*x)^{k/k} ). | 1, 2, 4, 16, 52... |

A363442 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(x^{k)} * (3*x)^{k/k} ). | 1, 3, 9, 54, 270... |

A363443 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(x^{k)} * (4*x)^{k/k} ). | 1, 4, 16, 128, 864... |

A363444 | a(n) = n for n <= 3; for n > 3, a(n) is the smallest positive number that has not yet appeared that includes as factors the distinct primes factors of a(n-2) and a(n-1) that are not shared between a(n-2) and a(n-1). | 1, 2, 3, 6, 4... |

A363445 | Numerator of Pi + (-1)^{n+1}2^(-2n)Integral_{x=0..1} (1 - x)^(4(n+1))*x^{2/(1} + x^{2)} dx. | 47, 3959, 2264177, 30793289, 780095177... |

A363446 | Denominator of Pi + (-1)^{n+1}2^(-2n)Integral_{x=0..1} (1 - x)^(4(n+1))*x^{2/(1} + x^{2)} dx. | 15, 1260, 720720, 9801792, 248312064... |

A363450 | Partial sums of A180405. | 2, 3, 7, 13, 16... |

A363451 | Number of partitions of [n] such that the number of blocks containing only odd elements equals the number of blocks containing only even elements. | 1, 0, 2, 2, 9... |

A363452 | Total number of blocks containing only odd elements in all partitions of [n]. | 0, 1, 1, 5, 12... |

A363453 | Total number of blocks containing only even elements in all partitions of [n]. | 0, 0, 1, 2, 12... |

A363454 | Number of partitions of [n] such that the number of blocks containing only odd elements equals the number of blocks containing only even elements and no block contains both odd and even elements. | 1, 0, 1, 1, 2... |

A363455 | The number of distinct primorial numbers (A002110) larger than 1 in the representation of A025487(n) as a product of primorial numbers. | 0, 1, 1, 1, 1... |

A363456 | Positions of the terms of the Chernoff sequence (A006939) in A025487. | 1, 2, 6, 27, 150... |

A363457 | Positions of products of distinct primorial numbers (A129912) in the sequence of products of primorial numbers (A025487). | 1, 2, 4, 6, 9... |

A363458 | Numbers k such that k and k+1 are both in A363457. | 1, 54, 242883, 246962, 261643... |

A363465 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x + x^{2} * exp( Sum_{k>=1} A(x^{k)3} / (kx^(2k)) ). | 1, 1, 1, 4, 10... |

A363466 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x + x^{2} * exp( Sum_{k>=1} A(x^{k)4} / (kx^(3k)) ). | 1, 1, 1, 5, 15... |

A363467 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x + x^{2} * exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(x^{k)3} / (kx^(2k)) ). | 1, 1, 1, 3, 9... |

A363468 | G.f. A(x) satisfies: A(x) = x + x^{2} * exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(x^{k)4} / (kx^(3k)) ). | 1, 1, 1, 4, 14... |

A363470 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( 2 * Sum_{k>=1} A(-x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 2, -1, -6, 7... |

A363471 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( 3 * Sum_{k>=1} A(-x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 3, -3, -26, 48... |

A363472 | Total number of blocks in all partitions of [n] where each block has at least one odd element and at least one even element. | 0, 0, 1, 1, 5... |

A363474 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( 2 * Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(-x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 2, -3, -14, 22... |

A363475 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( 3 * Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * A(-x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 3, -6, -44, 96... |

A363480 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} A(2*x^{k)2} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 1, 5, 49, 923... |

A363481 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( 2 * Sum_{k>=1} A(2*x^{k)} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 2, 11, 108, 1969... |

A363493 | Number T(n,k) of partitions of [n] having exactly k parity changes within their blocks, n>=0, 0<=k<=max(0,n-1), read by rows. | 1, 1, 1, 1, 2... |

A363495 | Number of partitions of [2n+1] having exactly n parity changes within their blocks. | 1, 2, 17, 202, 3899... |

A363507 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (3 + A(x^{k))} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 4, 14, 50, 191... |

A363508 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (4 + A(x^{k))} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 5, 20, 80, 340... |

A363509 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * (3 + A(x^{k))} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 4, 10, 30, 101... |

A363510 | G.f. satisfies A(x) = exp( Sum_{k>=1} (-1)^{k+1} * (4 + A(x^{k))} * x^{k/k} ). | 1, 5, 15, 50, 190... |

2023.06.07 00:16 *Gutler* **Restoring for 1 month now and just found this reddit**

I've been restoring for a little over a month now using the DTR and retainer (but mostly using the DTR in tug mode since when I try DTR the skin slips from the gripper a lot) Started out as a CI-3 and after just a month the skin is slowly creeping up on the corona I feel another month or 2 and it may finally break over the corona. I use the DTR as a tugger 8 hours day at 2 hour intervals with a 1 hour break in between sessions (ordered some direct air parts and a magnet conversion set so I can add some weight to the retainer) any time I am not restoring I wear the retainer. While full flaccid coverage is my minimal goal I hope to someday have at least partial erect coverage.

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2023.06.07 00:16 *nhilthar* **Att: Australian users of Dokkan Battle Japanese servers**

If I get any information wrong below I apologise as I was pointed in this direction to ask my question for another game that I play.

To all Australian users of Dokkan Battle Japanese servers,

It is my understanding that many Australian players choose to play on the Japanese servers of Dokkan Battle because the story is years ahead of the US/Global servers. I'm also led to believe that the Japanese version of the game is not available in Australia and has to be 'sideloaded' in order to play. (Again, forgive me if I have this wrong)

If this is the case, how do you use real-life money inside the game? I ask this because I play a game (Danmemo) that isn't available in Australia however I can sideload the game onto my BlueStacks emulator but I can't purchase any in-game currency with real-life money because the game is not available in my country. I'm looking to discover how other players who are in the same situation as me, either with the game I play or another game, get around the geoblocking present just because the game is not available in Australia.

I have posted this question to the Danmemo reddit and someone there suggested I ask here because Australian players of the Dokkan Battle Japanese servers would be in the same boat.

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To all Australian users of Dokkan Battle Japanese servers,

It is my understanding that many Australian players choose to play on the Japanese servers of Dokkan Battle because the story is years ahead of the US/Global servers. I'm also led to believe that the Japanese version of the game is not available in Australia and has to be 'sideloaded' in order to play. (Again, forgive me if I have this wrong)

If this is the case, how do you use real-life money inside the game? I ask this because I play a game (Danmemo) that isn't available in Australia however I can sideload the game onto my BlueStacks emulator but I can't purchase any in-game currency with real-life money because the game is not available in my country. I'm looking to discover how other players who are in the same situation as me, either with the game I play or another game, get around the geoblocking present just because the game is not available in Australia.

I have posted this question to the Danmemo reddit and someone there suggested I ask here because Australian players of the Dokkan Battle Japanese servers would be in the same boat.

2023.06.07 00:15 *Reksew_Trebla* **Vampire Lord Werewolf Dragonborn and regular Dragonborn vs Vampire Lord Dragonborn and Werewolf Dragonborn.**

EDIT: This is Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, since I forgot to say in the title.

So while by game mechanics it is impossible to be both a vampire and werewolf at once, there is a glitch that allows you to be both. I just upped it to vampire lord + werewolf, instead of regular vampire + werewolf.

Each Dragonborn will be 100% game completion. Battle starts at the location where the Dragonborn originally woke up in Skyrim (not the town that the dragon attacked, but literally the exact location where the cart you are on is at when the guy says "Hey you, you're finally awake.") The battle will not use any lore that is directly contradicted by anything in the game itself.

The VLWDB is the strongest, and will thus likely be the last to die, but at the same time, the regular DB is the weakest, and will thus likely be the first to die. So I thought this would be an interesting battle.

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So while by game mechanics it is impossible to be both a vampire and werewolf at once, there is a glitch that allows you to be both. I just upped it to vampire lord + werewolf, instead of regular vampire + werewolf.

Each Dragonborn will be 100% game completion. Battle starts at the location where the Dragonborn originally woke up in Skyrim (not the town that the dragon attacked, but literally the exact location where the cart you are on is at when the guy says "Hey you, you're finally awake.") The battle will not use any lore that is directly contradicted by anything in the game itself.

The VLWDB is the strongest, and will thus likely be the last to die, but at the same time, the regular DB is the weakest, and will thus likely be the first to die. So I thought this would be an interesting battle.

2023.06.07 00:15 *InevitableChoice1995* **Does a repair shop have to provide a receipt**

I got my muffler replaced under warranty at a shop. I needed new exhaust hangers as mine had fallen off (I’d been using a wire as a temp replacement).

The shop told me I had to use genuine Toyota hangers and couldn’t use aftermarket. I think that’s bs, but I’d rather get OEM anyways. I told the shop to order them and I’d like to see the receipt from Toyota before they proceed.

Toyota told me when I tried buying directly from them that they would take 3 weeks to come in.

Somehow the shop got them in 1 week. He promised me he’d show me the receipt after the work was done. Then he refused to show me the receipt.

The ones they installed have no markings, other than the rubber it’s made of, and the seam looks awful, I would think a Toyota hanger would have their logo or a number and wouldn’t be cheap.

I contacted their head office, and after a run around, was told that they didn’t have to give me the receipt and wouldn’t.

I can file a complaint with consumer protection in my province and they will force a resolution between the shop and myself, and possibly open an investigation for shady business practices.

Am I entitled to the receipt to ensure the right parts were used?

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The shop told me I had to use genuine Toyota hangers and couldn’t use aftermarket. I think that’s bs, but I’d rather get OEM anyways. I told the shop to order them and I’d like to see the receipt from Toyota before they proceed.

Toyota told me when I tried buying directly from them that they would take 3 weeks to come in.

Somehow the shop got them in 1 week. He promised me he’d show me the receipt after the work was done. Then he refused to show me the receipt.

The ones they installed have no markings, other than the rubber it’s made of, and the seam looks awful, I would think a Toyota hanger would have their logo or a number and wouldn’t be cheap.

I contacted their head office, and after a run around, was told that they didn’t have to give me the receipt and wouldn’t.

I can file a complaint with consumer protection in my province and they will force a resolution between the shop and myself, and possibly open an investigation for shady business practices.

Am I entitled to the receipt to ensure the right parts were used?

2023.06.07 00:14 *aParanoydAndroyd* **Adam McKay and Will Ferrell are geniuses**

So much of the show seems to be inspired by their personal relationship. since they stopped being friends, they obviously directly inspired a lot of Shiv and Tom’s rocky relationship. I’m just wondering which of them is pregnant with the other’s child. And to reference step brothers with the “disgusting brothers” bit is genius. 🤣🤣Bravo!!

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2023.06.07 00:14 *LCDRtomdodge* **My realms world has had the time freeze twice. I reset to an old backup after the first time. Now I'm less than 3 hours into play since then and it froze at a different time.**

The first time it happened I was deep in a mine and let it go long enough that I didn't have any recent backup not affected. I gave up nearly 100 hours of building to reset it to an old version I downloaded. Now since then maybe 3 hours of play and it got stuck again but at at dusk. This world has never had any cheats or mods put on it. But I did accidentally overwrite it with a game world I bought in marketplace. Then I restored from backup. I think that happened a few days or maybe a week before it happened. I've tried downloading and re-uploading. I've tried swapping realms slots. I even downloaded a copy to play local and I enabled cheats to see if I could get the time to advance. It did. So, I guess I have a fix but I really don't want to lose my progress in earning the achievements. Any suggestions? Can the game file be edited directly? Is there a way to enable cheats temporarily without activating the block on achievements? submitted by LCDRtomdodge to Minecraft [link] [comments] |

2023.06.07 00:14 *SteveWax022* **Does anyone else keep their phone brightness as low as possible all the time?**

I get asked about this all the time by friends. I have done this with every device I've owned that has adjustable brightness. My reasoning, although I have no idea if it's justified, is it saves battery.

People ask me "why is your brightness so low?"

I'm wondering if either they just can't see things the way I do, or I've just gotten used to it and they're not. It usually stays lowest in indoor areas, but if in direct sunlight, I'll brighten it up until I can see it.

I got an android phone so idk if that makes a difference.

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People ask me "why is your brightness so low?"

I'm wondering if either they just can't see things the way I do, or I've just gotten used to it and they're not. It usually stays lowest in indoor areas, but if in direct sunlight, I'll brighten it up until I can see it.

I got an android phone so idk if that makes a difference.

2023.06.07 00:14 *ClickerSanta* **When Jack Hits 10 Million This is What He Could do.**

Jack when you hit 10 million you should go to society awards and get your diamond play button directly from Rick.

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2023.06.07 00:14 *CrownLSAT* **Waitlist Consulting**

Hello,

I am offering a waitlist consulting package that I think can add a lot of value. For more context, I got in off the waitlist with a 171 LSAT (median) and below median GPA into one of the T14 during one of the crazy recent cycles. I do not believe this was an accident at all. I made it essentially a full-time job through the summer to get in off the waitlist and put a ton of thought into my strategy for making that happen. I absolutely wanted to go to a school outside the T14 or potentially UCLA/UT and was on a bunch of T14 waitlists without an acceptance into any during one of these recent crazy cycles. Some people got in without doing anything more than sending a LOCI that they may not have put a particularly large amount of thought into. Congrats to them. If you think you’re going to fall in that camp and want to bet on that, by all means don’t read further.

If, on the other hand, you would like to do what you can to maximize your chances, then I can offer you well-though out advice and some strategies that I used that I have not seen written about as waitlist strategies. My approach produced direct results amidst these crazy cycles and might get you into a school you would not otherwise get into and/or save a year of your life. In fact, I think one particularly interesting move I attempted made the difference, which I would share with you if you sign up for this package. Would I have been interested in this? 100% you bet I would have. And frankly, I would be baffled if you aren’t, given the huge upside if my strategies/consulting even give you a 10% better chance of getting in off the waitlist. If you are T14/T20/T30 or bust and are not yet in at one of your target schools but are waitlisted with solid numbers, I really strong recommend this service.

I am looking to make this a bit more affordable than prices I have seen for standard consulting packages from some of the major players in the space. I strongly believe in this service and am glad I got in off the waitlist, especially since it was during one of the crazy cycles and since I had already applied multiple cycles before with no T14 acceptances.

If interested, feel from to send me a message or email me at [email protected]

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I am offering a waitlist consulting package that I think can add a lot of value. For more context, I got in off the waitlist with a 171 LSAT (median) and below median GPA into one of the T14 during one of the crazy recent cycles. I do not believe this was an accident at all. I made it essentially a full-time job through the summer to get in off the waitlist and put a ton of thought into my strategy for making that happen. I absolutely wanted to go to a school outside the T14 or potentially UCLA/UT and was on a bunch of T14 waitlists without an acceptance into any during one of these recent crazy cycles. Some people got in without doing anything more than sending a LOCI that they may not have put a particularly large amount of thought into. Congrats to them. If you think you’re going to fall in that camp and want to bet on that, by all means don’t read further.

If, on the other hand, you would like to do what you can to maximize your chances, then I can offer you well-though out advice and some strategies that I used that I have not seen written about as waitlist strategies. My approach produced direct results amidst these crazy cycles and might get you into a school you would not otherwise get into and/or save a year of your life. In fact, I think one particularly interesting move I attempted made the difference, which I would share with you if you sign up for this package. Would I have been interested in this? 100% you bet I would have. And frankly, I would be baffled if you aren’t, given the huge upside if my strategies/consulting even give you a 10% better chance of getting in off the waitlist. If you are T14/T20/T30 or bust and are not yet in at one of your target schools but are waitlisted with solid numbers, I really strong recommend this service.

I am looking to make this a bit more affordable than prices I have seen for standard consulting packages from some of the major players in the space. I strongly believe in this service and am glad I got in off the waitlist, especially since it was during one of the crazy cycles and since I had already applied multiple cycles before with no T14 acceptances.

If interested, feel from to send me a message or email me at [email protected]