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KotakuInAction is the main hub for GamerGate on Reddit and welcomes discussion of community, industry and media issues in gaming and broader nerd culture including science fiction and comics.

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Welcome to the Rainbow Six: Siege esports subreddit! It’s a community for competitive-minded fans to discuss news, clips, matches, and all things Rainbow Six: Siege esports.

2023.05.31 18:11 TheStrangestSecret Something does not compute...

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2023.05.31 18:10 Johnny-Galt-Jr Update from the mod: Guiding Principles

I wanted to reconnect with you as we strive to shape this subreddit into a space that resonates with certain preferences and aspirations. Given the existence of a flourishing medical-focused subreddit, our aim is to broaden the scope and create a platform for discussing all aspects of cannabis. While medical subreddits typically have stricter moderation, we envision this community to be more encompassing, allowing us to delve into various facets of cannabis. Please find below the guiding principles that will steer our growth going forward:

Guiding Principles

  1. Freedom of Speech and Expression: This subreddit serves as an inclusive platform for individuals to freely express their thoughts, share information, and engage in discussions without facing excessive moderation. We respect each member's right to voice their opinions, refraining from categorizing content as misinformation or disinformation.
  2. Respectful Conduct: We encourage everyone to interact in a manner that upholds respect and civility. Any posts or comments that promote overt racism, bullying, or harassment will be promptly removed. We advocate users to utilizing the mute and block functions to manage interactions with specific users.
  3. Honesty: It is essential to refrain from sharing or posting information that is demonstrably false or knowingly untrue. Many individuals rely on this subreddit to access accurate information that aids them in making informed decisions related to marijuana use.
  4. Collaborate and Engage: This community provides a space for all those interested in marijuana, whether in legal or black market contexts. We encourage the submission of posts pertaining to marijuana/cannabis and urge users to work together to address challenges, gain insights, and facilitate meaningful discussions.
  5. Embrace Curiosity: Curiosity is the driving force behind progress. We invite everyone to stay curious, ask questions, and continue learning, as curiosity fuels personal growth and understanding.
  6. Take Responsibility: Recognizing that we are fallible, there may be occasions when we err or exhibit atypical behavior. In such instances, it is important to take responsibility for our actions, engage in self-reflection, and strive to learn from those experiences.
Also, we've updated post flair. Please be sure to use the appropriate flair to keep things organized. Thanks and let me know if you have any questions!
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2023.05.31 18:10 pokemon_drama New YouTube bounty pull Giveaway video

New YouTube bounty pull Giveaway video
Bounty full Wednesday giveaway! New video on my YouTube channel! (LINK IN BIO & BELOW)
🚨Next giveaway at 6,000 YT subscribers 🚨
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2023.05.31 18:09 RecordReviewer Is Lowry on Jokic a legitimate defensive strategy?

I want to start off by saying there is no one solution to slow down a player like Jokic. Even a perfect defensive strategy will eventually start to fail when a player of Jokic's caliber sees it enough. What you have to try to do though is throw different looks at him in hopes that it takes him a possession or two to readjust, and it's that type of look I'm talking about here.
Lowry is an unlikely "Jokic-stopper", but I think he can give him problems if only used for a handful of possessions each game. Here are a few reasons why:
  1. Nobody on Miami can handle Jokic in the post one-one-one. If he gets down low, you pretty much have to send help and/or at least pretend to send help in hopes that he passes out of the post. The goal here though is to prevent a true post-up from ever happening (easier said than done of course). If he does post up Lowry, you are sending help which is true for 95% of Miami's roster.
  2. Lowry actually leads the Heat in blocks in the playoffs. At 6' and 36 years old, he's far from a prototype rim protector, but he has great hands when a bigger player is driving on him. If/when Jokic gets Lowry on him above the 3 point line, he will struggle to simply dribble into the post without risking a turnover. Maybe he gets an easy shot off, but there's a decent chance Miami takes possession. I think this is a risk the Heat will take.
  3. Lowry on Jokic (when on the perimeter) means Denver will likely hesitate on who to send for a screen. Regardless of who has the ball, any screens involving Jokic would likely result in the bigger player switching onto Jokic and Lowry switching onto a smaller player. By "giving up" the switch ahead of time, maybe Miami can be more prepared for Denver's secondary action and/or cause confusion in their initial offense. Especially if Lowry is picking up Jokic 3/4 court after a made basket.
  4. Lowry on Jokic can help Miami's foul situation. First of all, he's going to try and draw a charge on Jokic any chance he gets. Secondly, if you just accept the fact that Jokic is going to draw at least 5 fouls per game, than Lowry picking up a couple of those will hopefully free up other Heat players as the game goes on to play more aggressively on defense.
Again, there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to Jokic. He will eventually figure out any defense you throw at him. But the occasional curve ball of Lowry starting on him 2-3 times per quarter might be just crazy enough to at least break even, which is as much as you can hope for in some stretches against this great Denver offense.
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2023.05.31 18:09 The_Patriot Loud mouth hyperviolent super-bitch Pauline Bauer to stay in prison for 2+ years.
A Pennsylvania restaurant owner who screamed death threats directed at then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi while storming the U.S. Capitol was sentenced on Tuesday to more than two years in prison.
Pauline Bauer was near Pelosi's office suite on Jan. 6, 2021, when she yelled at police officers to bring out the California Democrat so the mob of Donald Trump supporters could hang her.
In January, U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden convicted Bauer of riot-related charges after hearing trial testimony without a jury. The judge sentenced her to two years and three months of imprisonment, giving her credit for the several months she already has served in jail, court records show.
Prosecutors had recommended a prison sentence of six years and six months for Bauer, 55, of Kane, Pennsylvania.
Bauer was part of the mob that forced police officers on the East Plaza to retreat. After forcing her way into the Capitol, she accosted officers who were trying to secure the Rotunda, shoving one of them, and yelled at police to “bring them out or we’re coming in,” according to federal prosecutors.
“They’re criminals. They need to hang,” she screamed. “Bring Nancy Pelosi out here now. We want to hang (her). Bring her out."
Other rioters shouted threats against Pelosi while they roamed through the Capitol.
“Bauer’s threat to hang Speaker Pelosi was real, imminent, and placed the Speaker of the House in danger,” prosecutor James Peterson wrote in a court filing.
Bauer traveled from her north Pennsylvania home to attend then-President Donald Trump's “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington on Jan. 6. She had attended a “Stop the Steal” rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a day earlier.
She came to Washington with at least five other people who have been charged in the Capitol riot, including co-defendant William Blauser, who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge. Last year, McFadden ordered Blauser to pay a $500 fine but didn’t sentence him to any term of incarceration or probation.
McFadden convicted Bauer of all five counts in her indictment, including a felony charge that she obstructed the Jan. 6 joint session of Congress that certified President Joe Biden’s 2020 electoral victory.
Defense attorney Komron Jon Maknoon said Bauer never intended to interfere with the process of certifying the Electoral College vote. She “genuinely regrets her past actions” and doesn't pose a threat to the public, her lawyer said.
"The international spotlight showcasing her at her worst has deeply affected her," Maknoon wrote.
Prosecutors said Bauer lied during her trial testimony, giving a bogus explanation for her confrontation with police and claiming she didn't remember threatening Pelosi.
Bauer has used “sovereign citizen” extremist rhetoric and filed “nonsense" court documents while defending herself, prosecutors said.
More than a year before the trial, McFadden ordered Bauer to be jailed for several months for violating conditions of her release. She had claimed the court has no authority over her and told the judge that she doesn’t want “any lawyering from the bench.”
During an interview in 2021, Bauer said her arrest on Capitol riot charges led to a mixed reaction from neighbors in Kane, a small town on the edge of the 517,000-acre Allegheny National Forest.
“A lot of people say that they’re proud of me for standing up for my rights,” she told The Associated Press.
Bauer said her restaurant, Bob’s Trading Post, was thriving before the COVID-19 pandemic. She became known in her hometown as an outspoken critic of lockdown measures that cost her business.
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2023.05.31 18:08 Kazuliski Baldur's Gate 3 - Level 6 Spell Otto's Irresistible Dance - Bards / Wizards Level 11 - Larian Studios - Kazuliski

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2023.05.31 18:07 cmh-1312 Getting From Here to There: The Road to a Strong, Fighting, Member-Driven NALC

Join NALC members from across the country on 6/4 to discuss how we can influence our Contract Negotiations, and Transform NALC into a Fighting, Member-Led Union!
Our last national Zoom meeting on 5/7 focused on building rallies in NALC branches across the country to push for a strong contract based on the experience of Branch 9 in Minneapolis. 25 active NALC members came together for the first time for a vibrant discussion that included broader shop floor issues: the need for ongoing discussion about how best to begin to talk to other coworkers about the contract, and how to get them involved in the union.
Whether it’s organizing a rally, or pushing back against management’s encroachment of the contract, or any kind of union activity, you cannot do it alone! We came out of this meeting realizing we need a more in-depth discussion of how members of Branch 9 met each other and began working together, so that everyone feels like they can take the first step towards collective action in the union. We also need to discuss and clarify the best ways to bring rank-and-file letter carriers together for the long haul battle ahead of us. To that end, at our next meeting on June 4, we’ll discuss the continued relevance of the 1970 Wildcat Strike, and how we can draw on its lessons in our work within NALC.
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2023.05.31 18:06 jbsolter Herald of the Dawn Multiclass

I'm going to be playing in a domain hopping campaign (D&D 5e starting at level 7) and I want to multiclass into the old Prestige Class - Herald of the Dawn (You can find it in Ravenloft Gazetteer Vol. 1 page 112). My DM says that it is fine as long as I can make it balanced. Please help.
This is what I have so far...

Herald of the Dawn - Prestige Class (Multiclass only)

The Herald of the Dawn prestige class is available to members of the Morninglord's clergy who also belong to the ranks of the Dawnslayers. To qualify to become a Herald of the Dawn, a character must fulfill all the following criteria:

Hit Points

Hit Dice: 1d8 per herald of the dawn level
Hit Points at 1st level: 8 + your Constitution modifier
Hit Points at Higher Levels: 1d8 (or 5) + your Constitution modifier per herald of the dawn level after 1st


Armor: Light Armor, medium armor, heavy armor, shields
Weapons: Simple weapons
Skills: Choose one from History, Insight, Investigation, and Perception.
Alternative Proficiency: You may gain one of the following benefits:

Level Features Spells Known 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
1st Soul of Burnished Bronze, Bane of the Blood-drinker - - - - - -
2nd Spellcasting, Fighting Style 2 2 - - - -
3rd Turn Undead 3 3 - - - -
4th Ability Score Improvement 3 3 - - - -
5th Extra Attack 4 4 2 - - -
6th Strike of the Rosy Dawn 4 4 2 - - -
7th Turn Undead Improvement 5 4 3 - - -
8th Ability Score Improvement 5 4 3 - - -
9th - 6 4 3 2 - -
10th Soul of Burnished Bronze Improvement 6 4 3 2 - -
11th 7 4 3 3 - -
12th Ability Score Improvement 7 4 3 3 - -
13th - 8 4 3 3 1 -
14th Blood of Chill Fire 8 4 3 3 1 -
15th 9 4 3 3 2 -
16th Ability Score Improvement 9 4 3 3 2 -
17th - 10 4 3 3 3 1
18th 10 4 3 3 3 1

Soul of Burnished Bronze

At 1st level, you have advantage on saving throws against being charmed. At 10th level, you are immune to the charmed condition.

Bane of the Blood-drinker

At 1st level, all Abjuration, Conjuration, and Necromancy spells cast by you become more potent. Double your proficiency bonus when calculating the spell save DC for these spells when cast on undead.


By 2nd level, you have learned to draw on divine magic to cast spells, much as a cleric does.
Spell Slots
The Herald of the Dawn table shows how many spell slots you have to cast your spells of 1st level and higher. To cast one of these spells, you must expend a slot of the spell's level or higher. You regain all expended spell slots when you finish a long rest.
Spells Known of 1st Level and Higher
You know two 1st-level spells of your choice from the cleric spell list.
The Spells Known column of the Herald of the Dawn table shows when you learn more cleric spells of your choice. Each of these spells must be of a level for which you have spell slots. For instance, when you reach 5th level in this class, you can learn one new spell of 1st or 2nd level.
Additionally, when you gain a level in this class, you can choose one of the cleric spells you know and replace it with another spell from the cleric spell list, which also must be of a level for which you have spell slots.
Spellcasting Ability
Intelligence is your spellcasting ability for your herald of the dawn spells, since your magic draws on your extensive study into your enemies' weaknesses. You use your Intelligence whenever a spell refers to your spellcasting ability. In addition, you use your Intelligence modifier when setting the saving throw DC for a herald of the dawn spell you cast and when making an attack roll with one.
Spell save DC = 8 + your proficiency bonus + your Intelligence modifier
Spell attack modifier = your proficiency bonus + your Intelligence modifier
Spellcasting Focus
You can use a holy symbol as a spellcasting focus for your herald of the dawn spells.

Fighting Style

At 2nd level, you adopt a particular style of fighting as your specialty. Choose one of the following options. You can't take a Fighting Style option more than once, even if you later get to choose again.

Turn Undead

*If you already have this feature from another class, increase the Wisdom saving throw by +2*
As an action, you present your holy symbol and speak a prayer censuring the undead. Each undead that can see or hear you within 30 feet of you must make a Wisdom saving throw. If the creature fails its saving throw, it is turned for 1 minute or until it takes any damage.
A turned creature must spend its turns trying to move as far away from you as it can, and it can't willingly move to a space within 30 feet of you. It also can't take reactions. For its action, it can use only the Dash action or try to escape from an effect that prevents it from moving. If there's nowhere to move, the creature can use the Dodge action.
At 7th level, increase the Wisdom saving throw by +2. Additionally, you may turn any beasts that were called forth by a vampire's Children of the Night ability.

Extra Attack

Beginning at 5th level, you can attack twice, instead of once, whenever you take the Attack action on your turn.

Strike of the Rosy Dawn

At 6th level, you may either choose the Champion Fighter's Improved Critical feature or the Paladin's Divine Smite feature.

Blood of Chill Fire

At 14th level, your blood becomes so infused with a supernatural warmth that it burns like molten metal. You gain resistance to fire damage. Whenever a creature within 5 ft of you hits you with a melee attack, it takes 1d6 fire damage
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2023.05.31 18:06 Clean_Inflation7634 Philly 6/2 subtract

Hi all! We are going to Philly @ the Linc on 6/3, and I'm thinking of trying to grab last minute tickets for 6/2 at the Met.
How are the smaller shows? I love subtract so I'd imagine it will be great! Two tickets right now are over $500 so I'm waiting to see if they will drop a bit - has anyone noticed them going down before showtime or day of? We are local so we will probably just drive into the city to try and grab some and then get dinner if it doesn't work out.
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2023.05.31 18:05 9tgc Whats your views on him?

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2023.05.31 18:04 Then_Marionberry_259 MAY 31, 2023 ALDE.V ALDEBARAN INTERCEPTS 951.20 M OF 0.60% CUEQ, INCLUDING 645.00 M OF 0.70% CUEQ FROM THE ALTAR PROJECT IN SAN JUAN, ARGENTINA

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 31, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Aldebaran Resources Inc. (“ Aldebaran ” or the “ Company ”) (TSX-V: ALDE, OTCQX: ADBRF) is pleased to report results for hole ALD-23-225B from its ongoing drilling campaign at the Altar copper-gold project in San Juan Province, Argentina.
Hole ALD-23-225B was drilled to test the continuity between mineralization encountered in previously released holes ALD-22-223 (1,167.50 m of 0.48% CuEq – see Company news release dated March 1, 2023) and ALD-23-224 (769.50 m of 0.55% CuEq – see Company news release dated May 11, 2023), and to provide another pierce point into the promising geophysical anomaly that sits below and lateral to the current resources at Altar. Hole ALD-23-225B was terminated at 1,347.20 m depth and intercepted a long run of mineralization, representing one of the best holes drilled on the property to date.
  • 1,056.20 m of 0.56% CuEq from 291 m depth
    • Including 951.20 m of 0.60% CuEq from 396 m depth
      • Including 645.00 m of 0.70% CuEq from 622 m depth
  • Higher-grade than the current average grade of the mineral resource
  • Hole ended in 19.20 m of 0.50 % CuEq
  • Provides additional confirmation that the mineralized footprint of the Altar system is much larger than previously understood
John Black, Chief Executive Officer of Aldebaran, commented as follows: “Hole ALD-23-225B represents one of the best holes ever completed on the Altar project in terms of both grade and length. Now that we have several holes into the geophysical anomaly sitting beneath and lateral to current resources, it’s clear that previous drilling on the project merely scratched the surface of what is shaping up to be an extremely large copper system. We’re very excited to see how the system evolves as we continue to complete additional holes.”
Dr. Kevin B. Heather, Chief Geological Officer of Aldebaran, commented as follows: “Hole 225B infills a 400 m gap between previous drill holes 223 and 224, both of which also returned long runs of very attractive grades, further confirming continuity of this new Altar United mineralized zone along a WNW-ESE trend. Significantly, this hole encountered higher-grade mineralization than the average CuEq grade in the current mineral resource, suggesting that we may have found a “hot spot” within the larger system.”
Table 1 below displays detailed assay results. Figure 1 displays a plan map with the location of the reported holes as well as completed and active drill holes. Figure 2 displays a cross-section, looking to the east, showing results from ALD-23-225B. Figure 3 displays a cross-section, looking to the north, displaying the prominent geophysical anomaly at the Altar project and the results of drilling into that anomaly, to date.
Discussion of Results
Drillhole ALD-23-225B was collared 230 m southwest from ALD-22-223. It was drilled at -80 degrees inclination and 180 degrees azimuth to a final depth of 1,347.50 m. This hole is a twin of ALD-23-225, which was lost at 179 m depth.
Drillhole ALD-23-225B intersected diorite porphyry from surface to 1,324.2 m depth where the hole transitions to andesitic volcanic rocks cut by diorite porphyry dykes until the end of the hole.
The top 280 m of the hole are strongly oxidized and fractured. A poorly formed enrichment zone occurs from the base of oxidation to 460 m depth. This interval is characterized by weak chalcocite-pyrite-chalcopyrite mineralization associated with white sericite alteration overprinting potassic alteration. From 460 m until the end of the hole the dominant alteration is characterized by green sericite-quartz-anhydrite assemblages overprinting earlier potassic alteration, both of which are well mineralized. The green sericite-quartz-anhydrite-chalcopyrite-(chalcocite) assemblage occurs as halos of hairline veins that overprint earlier K feldspar-biotite-chalcopyrite alteration. These halo-style veins are pervasive and obliterate the original texture of the rock and are associated with abundant fine-grained sulphides associated with very high copper grades. Occurrence of these halo veins correspond with an increasing frequency of quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite-molybdenite veins, which in most cases are crosscutting the halo-style veins. Mineralization in this interval consists of fine-grained sulphides consisting of chalcopyrite-pyrite-bornite-molybdenite.
Project Update
The Company is actively drilling with four rigs. Holes ALD-23-227, ALD-23-228, ALD-23-230, ALD-23-231 and ALD-23-189EXT were recently completed and were terminated at 1,238.5 m, 1,241.6 m, 611.4 m, 1,211.8 m, and 1,246.0 m respectively: all pending final assays. Hole ALD-23-189EXT is an extension of historical drill hole ALD-12-189, which was originally terminated at 592 m depth. At the date of this release, three new holes were being drilled: hole ALD-23-229 was at approximately 1,401.5 m depth, while holes ALD-23-232 and ALD-23-124EXT were at approximately 828.35 m and 529.45 m depths, respectively. Hole ALD-23-124EXT is an extension of historical drill hole ALD-12-124, which was originally terminated at 226.50 m depth. The fourth rig is being mobilized to drill pad ALD-23-233. The Company plans to continue drilling until weather permits, which is currently anticipated to be sometime in June 2023.
For more context, please join the Company in a live event on June 1st at 11:00 am EST / 8:00 am PST. Q&A will follow the presentation. Click here to register:
Qualified Person
The scientific and technical data contained in this news release have been reviewed and approved by Dr. Kevin B. Heather, B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc, Ph.D, FAusIMM, FGS, Chief Geological Officer and director of Aldebaran, who serves as the qualified person (QP) under the definitions of National Instrument 43-101.
(signed) “ John Black
John Black
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Tel: +1 (604) 685-6800
Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
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Ben Cherrington
Manager, Investor Relations
Phone: +1 347 394-2728 or +44 7538 244 208
Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
About Aldebaran Resources Inc.
Aldebaran is a mineral exploration company that was spun out of Regulus Resources Inc. in 2018 and has the same core management team. Aldebaran has the right to earn up to an 80% interest in the Altar copper-gold project in San Juan Province, Argentina from Sibanye Stillwater Limited. The Altar project hosts multiple porphyry copper-gold deposits with potential for additional discoveries. Altar forms part of a cluster of world-class porphyry copper deposits which includes Los Pelambres (Antofagasta Minerals), El Pachón (Glencore), and Los Azules (McEwen Copper). In March 2021 the Company announced an updated mineral resource estimate for Altar, prepared by Independent Mining Consultants Inc. and based on the drilling completed up to and including 2020 (independent technical report prepared by Independent Mining Consultants Inc., Tucson, Arizona, titled " Technical Report, Estimated Mineral Resources, Altar Project, San Juan Province, Argentina ", dated March 22, 2021 - see news release dated March 22, 2021).
Forward-Looking Statements
Certain statements regarding Aldebaran, including management's assessment of future-plans and operations, may constitute forward-looking statements under applicable securities laws and necessarily involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, most of which are beyond Aldebaran's control. Often, but not always, forward-looking statements or information can be identified by the use of words such as "plans", "expects" or "does not expect", "is expected", "budget", "scheduled", "estimates", "forecasts", "intends", "anticipates" or "does not anticipate" or "believes" or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results "may", "could", "would", "might" or "will" be taken, occur or be achieved.
Specifically, and without limitation, all statements included in this press release that address activities, events or developments that Aldebaran expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future, including the proposed exploration and development of the Altar project described herein, and management's assessment of future plans and operations and statements with respect to the completion of the anticipated exploration and development programs, may constitute forward-looking statements under applicable securities laws and necessarily involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, most of which are beyond Aldebaran's control. These risks may cause actual financial and operating results, performance, levels of activity and achievements to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, such forward-looking statements. Although Aldebaran believes that the expectations represented in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, there can be no assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of the date hereof and Aldebaran does not undertake any obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements or information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, unless so required by applicable securities law.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
Figure 1 Figure 1 – Plan map showing completed and active drill holes from the ongoing 2022/2023 drill program as well as ALD-22-220 and ALD-22-221 from the 2021/2022 drill program
Aldebaran Resources Inc.
Figure 2 – Cross-section looking towards the northeast displaying CuEq (%) values in ALD-23-225B
Figure 3
Figure 3 – Cross-section displaying resistivity anomaly and ALD-19-212, ALD-22-221, ALD-22-223, ALD-23-224 and ALD-23-225B
Images accompanying this announcement is available at:
Universal Site Links
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2023.05.31 18:04 FireBendingNinja (newbie) Tried to get something decent on a tight budget. Bought this for 100 euro. How did I do? Pointers?

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2023.05.31 18:04 subredditsummarybot Your weekly /r/floridapanthers roundup for the week of May 24 - May 30

Wednesday, May 24 - Tuesday, May 30

Top videos

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251 23 comments Barky loves his smelling salts!
213 16 comments Just a reminder that the Panthers probably wouldn’t have even made the playoffs and upset Boston if they didn’t steal this game in the regular season
170 15 comments [Carolina Shall Bow To Their New God] Serjay Bovbobka.
130 5 comments Bob’s emotions. The feels.
111 6 comments He's back!
92 0 comments What a fine Thursday morning it is
90 12 comments Never Forget: The Lyon King

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score comments title & link
657 45 comments Wanted to tell my Grandpa the news in person! Planning on coming back when we finish it.
465 8 comments Oh you know it
393 33 comments Matthew Tkachuk Game Winner Upvote Party!
377 58 comments APOLOGIZE. AGAIN.
346 34 comments Pantr
335 30 comments Just an apprecition post to a man who got us where we are now in the first place 🦁👑
266 53 comments [Don't even have a funny flair this time. Im crying] ANYONE ELSE CRYING RIGHT NOW?
264 50 comments Stay Humble
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2023.05.31 18:03 London-Roma-1980 NON-CONFERENCE MATCHDAY 11 RESULTS

Basketball on Naismith Island is a game of 40 minutes. If you don't play all 40, you can lose a winnable game. See below.
#1 UCLA 80, #8 Michigan 77. Every defensive positioning matters; every play matters; every call matters. It's how you remain the #1 team in the land.
Bill Walton took a charging foul from Chris Webber with 12 seconds left, then sealed the game after being fouled on the inbound, as the Bruins (11-0) stole one from the Wolverines (9-2) to run their winning streak to 48 games in a row.
"I don't know what the complaint is. I had the position, I was far enough away from the basket, and I kept myself still. Chris [Webber] ran into me. It was the right call," Walton claimed.
While block/charge calls will always be controversial, it helped that the result of the collision took Webber's shot off-line. This wasn't a case of Michigan losing the lead on the call; reverse it, and Webber would have gone to the line down one. Still, the feelings of coming close and being so far resonated in the Michigan locker room.
"You can't do that -- you can't make that call," Webber griped after the game. "You gotta let us play, man."
Walton led all scorers with 18 points; Juwan Howard led Michigan with 17.
#3 Kentucky 82, #5 Kansas 81, OT. Wilt Chamberlain has never fouled out. Critics would say that stat plays too heavily in his mind at crucial points in the game -- that if you get a fourth foul on him, he becomes weaker on defense and passive when he should be going for blocks.
Is that what happened here? Obviously we'll never know, but the talk will become louder.
Anthony Davis' dunk over Chamberlain -- whose block attempt seemed to be a product of hesitation -- provided the difference with 1.2 seconds left as the Wildcats (10-1) took out the Jayhawks (9-2) after 45 minutes of end-to-end action.
"Coach [Adolph] Rupp told us that late in games, you could go to the rim," Davis said after the game as Kentucky fans swarmed him. "I didn't know how many fouls anyone had, I just knew that we were one down and the best chance I had was to get inside and dunk it down. I was able to do that, and we won the game as a result."
For his part, Chamberlain denied that his four fouls affected the final play. "I thought I had an angle to block it, but I wouldn't have gotten my hands there in time. I was out of position trying to guard [Dan] Issel on the final play. That's not how you zone."
Chamberlain had a monster game, putting up 19 points, 10 rebounds, 7 assists, and 3 blocks. But it's another number that everyone will focus on -- 4, his foul total for the game.
John Wall led Kentucky with 15 points.
#4 Duke 73, #6 Michigan State 71. A common joke through the years has been that it just isn't a Duke season until they make someone hate them by ripping their proverbial hearts out.
Kyrie Irving's three-pointer as time expired silenced the partisan Michigan State crowd and lifted the Blue Devis (9-2) to a bounceback win over the Spartans (8-3) in a game both teams sorely wanted for different reasons.
"We needed that win, man," Duke forward Grant Hill, who led all scorers with 16 points, said after the game. "You come off a loss, you're facing an even tougher team, you gotta dig down deep. This was a gut check. We got what we needed."
Irving's last-second heroics -- or villainy, depending on whom you ask -- wiped out an incredible performance from Spartan guard Scott Skiles. With Jason Richardson in foul trouble and Magic Johnson as a shooting guard, Skiles turned back the clock and put up 11 assists to go with his 7 points. He found Johnson (14 points) with 7 seconds to go for the sky hook over Elton Brand that gave Michigan State a 71-70 lead and sent the crowd into a deafening roar.
That roar would go eerily quiet soon after.
#25 Illinois 87, #12 Connecticut 70. Eddie Johnson had been hearing noise from the Auburn faithful saying he was an impostor and that the "real" Eddie Johnson resided on the Plains. Your move, Auburn.
Johnson stunned and thrilled the crowd by putting up 27 points with the help of seven three-pointers as the Fighting Illini (9-2) stole one from the Huskies (8-3), who had no answer on defense for Johnson's hot hand.
"Incredible," Huskies coach Jim Calhoun said while shaking his head at the post-game press conference. "I don't think I've seen something like that in some time. We knew [Derek] Harper could cause trouble, and I figured we had Red [Kerr] contained, but sometimes it's the last guy you expect."
As Connecticut attempted to double-team the red-hot Johnson, he made the passes needed to keep Illinois on track. Meyers Leonard was a major recipient of those passes, ending with 15 points of his own.
Cliffy Robinson led the Huskies with 16 points.
#2 North Carolina 101, #22 Florida 56. Note to self: never, ever, ever, EVER face Michael Jordan coming off of a close loss. Ever.
Jordan, who when given the green light is almost unbeatable, scored 33 points and had 10 assists as the Tar Heels (9-2) gave a rude welcome to the Top 25 to the Gators (8-3), disheartening the Florida crowd and leaving coach Billy Donovan without answers.
"You know, when you look up at the scoreboard and it's the first half and there you are down 30, 35 points... you try to tell your team to take it one possession at a time, but you know they're thinking about how big that hill is to climb and how close they are to the point of no return," Donovan said. "We spent the second half trying to get our plays in order so that when SEC season began, we wouldn't run into this trouble."
Jordan, for his part, wanted to make a statement in this game. With 6 minutes left in the second half, Jordan even seemed to refuse to come out of the game, much to his substitute Vince Carter's chagrin. Eventually Dean Smith called a timeout to remind Jordan who the coach was.
"Michael's competitive, and we usually like that," Smith said after the game. "Usually."
#9 Notre Dame 78, #11 Ohio State 68. Is Digger Phelps on pace to be a Coach of the Year? He has to be the leader at this point.
With John Havlicek off to a hot start, Phelps went to a bigger lineup, moving Austin Carr to point guard and bringing LaPhonso Ellis in to stop Havlicek's slashing to the hoop. It paid off: only two of Havlicek's 22 points came in the second half as the Irish (9-2) stormed back to beat the Buckeyes (8-3).
"Coach asked me to step up, and I was able to today," Ellis said after the game. "You're facing a tough lineup like that, and you gotta hope for the best. I was able to come through for the team."
Ohio State led 40-33 at the half, but a monumental turnaround began when the Irish cut off Ohio State's top scorer. From there, Adrian Dantley took over, getting 17 of his 22 points in the second stanza -- a near mirror of Havlicek.
"Whatever I said at halftime I need to bottle, don't I?" Phelps joked after the game.
#15 Southern Cal 64, #7 Syracuse 55. Both teams went to a zone defense to unsettle the opposing outside shooters and cut down the passing lanes. It worked, but one team found just enough offense to put themselves over the top.
Bill Sharman's 15 points led all scorers as Syracuse missed 22 of 25 three-point attempts and the Trojans (9-2) knocked off the Orange (8-3) in a game meant for the basketball purists.
"We got them to use almost all of the shot clock on every possession," Sharman said after the game. "When you get a lead, you gotta play airtight defense. I've talked to the guys about being ready to give 110% on both sides of the ball, and it worked tonight."
The first half of this game proved to be a war of attrition. Syracuse missed all 11 of their three-point attempts, while Southern Cal committed four different violations of the 30-second shot clock. The teams went into the locker room tied at 24.
"We need to forget this game as soon as possible," admitted Orange guard Dave Bing, who had 12 points. Carmelo Anthony finished with 10, but on 1-12 shooting from outside the arc.
#18 LSU 66, #19 Georgetown 57. The anticipated matchup was between big men Shaquille O'Neal and Patrick Ewing Sr. That matchup was a battle of the bulls, but it was the shooting guard matchup we should've watched.
Pete Maravich had 21 points, outscoring Allen Iverson by 10, while O'Neal and Ewing had 16 points each. That was the difference, more or less, as the Tigers (8-3) knocked off the Hoyas (7-4) in a bruising clash between two power teams.
Coach Dale Brown was happy with his team's performance after the game. "It was a slow game, it was a half-court game, but we still found the outside shooting we needed to make it work," he told reporters. "It was necessary that we get this win -- I believe we can make noise in the SEC."
Hoyas forward Alonzo Mourning was frustrated all day by Bob Pettit cutting off passing lanes and keeping him from getting the ball. In the end, Mourning had only 7 points.
"I don't know how he did it," he said. "That guy's so underrated, man."
Meanwhile, in our featured game...
#17 DePaul 107, Rhode Island 77. In a surprise move before the game, coach Ray Meyer sat George Mikan and went small-ball, having Terry Cummings take the tip and Quentin Richardson join the starting five. It paid off big-time.
Richardson had 9 points, but he opened others to thrive in an up-tempo game as Mark Aguirre put up 25 points and the Blue Demons (8-3) established the pecking order over the upstart Rams (7-4), surviving their speedier style and winning in it.
Rhode Island coach Frank Keaney was disappointed, but not worried. "Our style is something we practice every day. When the time comes, we'll be ready to steal games with it. We need games like this to show our guys how much work they still have left to do if they want a postseason bid."
Sly Williams led the Rams with 16 points.
  1. UCLA 80, 8. Michigan 77
  2. North Carolina 101, 22. Florida 56
  3. Kentucky 82, 5. Kansas 81, OT
  4. Duke 73, 6. Michigan State 71
  5. Kansas 81, 3. Kentucky 82, OT
  6. Michigan State 71, 4. Duke 73
  7. Syracuse 55, 15. Southern Cal 64
  8. Michigan 77, 1. UCLA 80
  9. Notre Dame 78, 11. Ohio State 68
  10. Indiana 85, West Virginia 64
  11. Ohio State 68, 9. Notre Dame 78
  12. Connecticut 70, 25. Illinois 87
  13. Texas 92, Oregon State 56
  14. Arizona 92, Iowa State 58
  15. Southern Cal 64, 7. Syracuse 55
  16. Maryland 82, South Carolina 65
  17. DePaul 107, Rhode Island 77
  18. LSU 66, 19. Georgetown 57
  19. Georgetown 57, 18. LSU 66
  20. Minnesota 74, Detroit Mercy 66
  21. Alabama 73, Wichita State 63
  22. Florida 56, #2 North Carolina 101
  23. Iowa 71, Clemson 65
  24. UNLV 105, Old Dominion 67
  25. Illinois 87, 12. Connecticut 70
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2023.05.31 18:02 WalleyeFishingFool % Fishing Knots for Fisherman

The truth is that you only need to know a handful, and none are all that complicated. Below, I’ve outlined the five knots every angler should know for connecting something sharp to the end of your line, whether that’s an octopus hook for catfishing or a crankbait for bass fishing. These can be mastered by anglers of any skill level, so learn them and you’ll know how to tie a fishing hook, lure, fly, or terminal tackle to your line the right way in any angling situation. Here we go.
  1. How to Tie a Fishing Hook on With an Improved Clinch Knot Use With: Monofilament, Fluorocarbon Best With: 4- to 20-pound-test line Pros: Easy to learn, good for most light-tackle applications Cons: Should not be used with braid or super line Improved Clinch Knot Step-by-Step Instructions
Step 1. Run the end of your line through the eye of the hook, lure, or fly. Pull enough through to create a 4- to 5-inch tag end.
Step 2: Wind the tag end around the standing line 4 to 6 times, depending on the line’s diameter. As a rule, the thinnelighter the line, the more turns you should make.
Step 3: Pass the tag end through the hole created at the hook, lure, or fly eye.
Step 4: Now, pass the tag end through the larger hole created between the wraps and the tag end.
Step 5: Slowly pull the standing line to begin drawing the wraps towards the hook, lure, or fly eye.
Step 6: As the coils form, wet them with a bit of saliva and give the standing line a firmer pull to draw them tight and seat them against the eye.
Step 7: Trim the tag end close to the tightened coils.
The improved clinch is one of the easiest fishing knots you can tie, and for many anglers it was the first knot they ever learned. Sometimes referred to as a “fisherman’s knot,” it will quickly secure a hook, lure, or fly to your line, and when tied correctly, it provides ample strength for most freshwater and light inshore saltwater applications. But despite being a very simple knot, it does have drawbacks.
An improved clinch knot relies on friction between the tight coils to stay secure, and this is why you should never use an improved clinch with braid or super line—it’s so slick that a clinch may fail to “bite” properly and can easily come undone. Likewise, the thicker your fluorocarbon or monofilament, the more difficult it becomes to ensure tight, secure seating of a clinch knot. As a rule, I won’t use one with line heavier than 20-pound-test. Otherwise, the improved clinch will get the job done.
  1. How to Tie a Fishing Hook on With a Palomar Knot Use With: Monofilament, Fluorocarbon, Braided Line, Super Line Best With: 2- to 50-pound-test line Pros: One of the strongest fishing knots ever developed Cons: Has difficulty seating properly with monofilament and fluorocarbon heavier than 50 pounds. Palomar Knot Step-by-Step Instructions
Step 1. Form a loop with the standing line. Make sure it’s big enough that whatever you’re tying on can be passed through easily.
Step 2. Feed the loop through the eye of the hook, lure, fly, or terminal tackle.
Step 3. Tie a simple overhand knot with the end of the loop around the tag end and standing line.
Step 4. Now, pass whatever you’re tying on through the loop.
Step 5. While gripping the hook, lure, fly, or terminal tackle in one hand, slowly pull the standing line, and then the tag end, to snug it all up.
Step 6. After the knot cinches down at the eye, trim the tag end.
If you only ever learn one fishing knot, make it the Palomar. Not only is the knot incredibly easy to tie, but it’s also practically unbreakable. I’m not even sure it’s possible for a Palomar to fail, because for one to slip, the laws of physics would need to be defied.
Unlike other knots that rely on coils jamming against the hook eye for strength, the Palomar behaves more like a noose. Once the knot is looped around the hook, lure, fly, or piece of terminal tackle you’re securing, there's no way for it to slip. This is why the Palomar is one of the few knots that is safe to use when tying braid or super line directly to a hook or lure eye.
In truth, you can use a Palomar knot with almost any line diameter. Just be aware that when dealing with monofilament and fluorocarbon heavier than 50-pound-test, getting one to cinch up properly takes a lot of strength, and you’ll want to wet or lube it to avoid creating too much friction when you pull it tight. This is because thick mono and fluoro are very stiff, hindering the ability of the line to be compressed down into a tight enough loop to seat this knot fully easily.
  1. How to Tie a Fishing Hook on With a Uni Knot Use With: Monofilament, Fluorocarbon, Heavier Braided Line, Heavier Super Line Best With: 10- to 80-pound-test line Pros: Simple to tie, stronger than an improved clinch knot Cons: Can cause line failure under extreme stress. Uni Knot Step-by-Step Instructions
Step 1: Pass the tag end through the eye of the hook, lure, fly, or terminal tackle, creating a 4- to 6-inch tag end.
Step 2: Create a loop with the tag end by moving it toward the eye, and keep it open by pinching the tag end and standing line together near the eye.
Step 3: Make 4 to 6 turns with the tag end around the standing line, passing the tag through the loop with each wrap.
Step 4: Pull the tag end slowly to tighten the coils around the standing line.
Step 5: Once tight, pull the standing line firmly to slide the coils down to the eye and jam it in place.
Step 6: Trim the tag end close to the knot.
The uni knot can sort of be considered the “grown up” improved clinch knot. The tying mechanics are remarkably similar, but one slight variation in the steps ramps up strength significantly. Whereas an improved clinch tightens down directly on top of the hook or lure eye, the coils in a uni knot tighten around the main line first and then slide down and jam against the eye. It seems like a minor difference, but it’s a big one.
Tied correctly, the uni is extremely strong, though it’s not completely fail-proof. Under extreme tension, the main line can cut right through the coils, causing the knot to fail. Keep in mind, however, that this would be most likely to happen during long, drawn-out battles with extraordinarily strong fish like tuna or amberjacks. While most anglers would agree a uni is perfectly fine for use with braid and super line, this failure is more likely to occur when it’s tied with very thin, slick braid. If you’re using braid or super line that’s 50-pound-test or heavier, the odds of a cut-through diminish.
  1. How to Tie a Fishing Hook on With a Non-Slip Mono Loop Use With: Monofilament, Fluorocarbon Best With: 12- to 60-pound-test line Pros: Adds action to flies and lures Cons: Can fail under too much pressure Non-Slip Mono Loop Step-by-Step Instructions
Step 1: Tie an overhand knot in the standing line, leaving a 5- to 7-inch tag.
Step 2: Pass the tag end through the eye of your lure or fly.
Step 3: Now, pass the tag end back through the overhand knot in the standing line.
Step 4: Make 3 or 4 wraps around the standing line with the tag end.
Step 5: Pass the tag end back through the overhand knot near the lure or fly eye.
Step 6: While pinching the open loop near the eye, pull the tag end and standing line to cinch it tight.
Step 7: Trim the tag end close to the knot.
The non-slip mono loop should be part of every angler’s knot repertoire, though it’s often overlooked. The benefits of this tie revolve less around strength and more around action, which is why it's used mostly with lures and flies. Whereas most knots cinch snuggly to a lure or fly’s eye, the non-slip cinches above the eye, creating a loop that runs through the eye, leaving your lure or fly free to pivot more freely from side to side and slide up and down a bit to create more vertical action. As a rule, I use this knot for any lure that doesn’t have a split ring or any streamer fly that I need to “swim” to create the illusion of a baitfish, leech, or crayfish.
The downside of the non-slip mono loop is that it’s only as strong as the line you’re using. Therefore, I skip the non-slip mono loop whenever I’m using less than 12-pound-test line or leader unless I’m targeting exceedingly small fish. Conversely, I’ve tied on tuna jigs with this knot using 60-pound fluorocarbon, and they didn’t snap me off.
  1. How to Tie a Fishing Hook on With a Snell Knot Use With: Monofilament, Fluorocarbon Best With: 15- to 50-pound-test line Pros: One of the most fail-proof connections for tying on a single hook Cons: Takes practice to master, should never be used with braid Snell Knot Step-by-Step Instructions
Step 1: Pass the end of the standing line through the eye of the hook until it reaches the middle of the shank. Pinch it against the shank and hold it in place.
Step 2: Pull more of the standing line through the eye to create a loop under the hook. Make sure the loop is large enough to pass around the hook several times.
Step 3: Moving the line away from you, wind the loop around the entire hook 4 to 6 times, pinching each wrap tightly to the shank, if needed, to keep it in place.
Step 4: While holding the hook and wraps, slowly pull the standing line to draw the coils tightly around the shank.
Step 5: Once everything is cinched down, give the standing line a firm tug to slide the coils against the back side of the hook eye.
Step 6: Trim the tag end close to the knot.
Have you ever wondered why the eyes of many hooks are slanted, making them perpendicular to the shank? It’s to help a snell knot seat properly. Unfortunately, Snelling a hook is a bit of a lost art, but if you fish a lot of live and dead baits, you should know how to snell, though I’ll be the first to admit, it takes practice and coordination.
Tied properly, a snell knot won’t ever slip or break—because it’s not actually tied to anything. A snell is a series of tight coils locked around a hook shank by an angled eye that the coils can't slip through. One thing to know about snelling is that it works best with stiffer line. I tend to only snell larger hooks that I’ll use for big fish requiring leaders of 20 pounds or heavier. That’s not to say you can’t snell with lighter line for garden-worm dunking, though the benefits are questionable when dealing with fish weighing less than 10 pounds or so.
Frequently Asked Questions Should I always wet or lubricate my knots before cinching them down?
It never hurts, though it’s more important with some knots than others. As a rule, anytime you tie a knot that gets its strength from a series of wraps or coils that cinch down very tightly, adding a little saliva is a plus. This is especially true when tying these knots with monofilament or fluorocarbon. Heavy-gauge mono and fluoro will create more friction during the tightening process than light mono and fluoro, making lubrication even more critical. Although many of these knots require a little abrasion within the coils to maintain strength, too much is a bad thing. It’s always smart to wet an improved clinch or uni knot before tightening, and if the idea of using spit grosses you out, hit the wraps with a little lip balm instead.
Does adding a drop of super glue to my knots increase their strength?
It depends on the knot, but if you put it on the wrong knot, it can make the connection weaker. This is especially true with coil-based knots like the uni and improved clinch. By design, the more pressure you put on them, the more tightly they should cinch. Adding glue to the wraps, however, will lock them in place, halting their ability to get any tighter through the day as you retrieve lures and fight fish. It’s much more common to see a dab of glue used on line-to-line connections than it is line to hook/lure/fly connections.
What is the best knot for a heavy monofilament line? (Pitzen)
If you need to use monofilament or fluorocarbon that tests heavier than approximately 60 pounds, you need to buy a crimp kit and forget about knots. Lines this heavy are very stiff. They don’t like to bend, conform, or compress tightly enough to properly tie any of the knots outlined here. Heavy lines are usually fitted with a metal sleeve that gets squeezed tight with a set of crimping pliers after the line is passed through the sleeve, through the eye, then back through the sleeve in a U shape.
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2023.05.31 18:02 trueproteinbars Air Fare Secrets Revealed: Insider Tips for Finding Unbeatable Prices!

Are you tired of spending a fortune on airfares every time you plan your vacation or business trip? Well, the good news is that there are some insider tips and tricks which can help you find unbeatable prices for your flights. In this blog post, we'll reveal some well-kept secrets about airfares that the airlines don't want you to know! From knowing the best days to fly to finding cheap flights through various sources, we've got it all covered. So sit tight and get ready to take notes as we unveil how smart travelers save big when booking their next flight!

The Airfare

When it comes to airfare, there are a lot of factors that can affect the price. One of the biggest is simply supply and demand. When more people want to fly to a particular destination, prices tend to go up. Conversely, when fewer people are traveling somewhere, prices may drop.
Another factor that can impact airfare is the time of year. Prices often rise during peak travel season, which varies depending on your destination. If you're flexible with your travel dates and times, you may be able to find cheaper flights outside of peak season.
The airline you choose can also have an impact on your airfare costs. Budget airlines typically offer lower fares than traditional carriers but may charge extra fees for things like checked baggage or in-flight meals.
Booking early (or late) can make a big difference in the price you pay for airfare. Some experts recommend booking 6-8 weeks before your trip for best pricing while others suggest waiting until closer to departure date for last-minute deals.
By understanding these various factors that impact airfare pricing, you'll be better equipped to find the best deals possible when flying!

The Best Days to Fly

When it comes to finding the best deals on airfares, choosing the right day to fly can make a significant difference. While there is no universal answer as to which days of the week are always cheaper than others, some trends have emerged over time.
Generally speaking, Tuesdays and Wednesdays tend to be less busy days for airlines, resulting in lower prices. This makes sense since most people prefer flying on weekends or Mondays and Thursdays for business trips. However, if you're looking to save even more money, consider flying on Saturdays or even Sundays.
Another factor that affects airfare pricing is seasonal demand. For example, flights during peak travel seasons like summer holidays or Christmas/New Year's Eve tend to be more expensive across all weekdays because of high demand.
It's also worth considering what time of day you want to fly. Early morning flights (before 8 am) may be cheaper compared with later departures due to low demand from travelers who don't want an early start.
Ultimately, though many factors affect when airfare prices will change; by being flexible with your travel dates and avoiding peak season holiday periods altogether could save you hundreds of dollars per ticket!

The Cheapest Days to Fly

When it comes to finding the cheapest airfares, timing is everything. If you're flexible with your travel dates, you can save a significant amount of money by flying on days that are less popular for travel.
Traditionally, Tuesdays and Wednesdays have been considered the cheapest days to fly. This is because most people tend to travel on weekends or at the end of the week, leaving mid-week flights less in demand and therefore cheaper.
However, this isn't always true anymore. Many airlines now offer deals throughout the week and may even increase prices during high-traffic events or holidays such as Christmas or Thanksgiving.
It's important to do some research before booking your flight. Use online tools such as Google Flights or Skyscanner to compare prices across multiple airlines and dates. You may find that flying on a Monday or Thursday works out cheaper than flying midweek depending on where you're traveling from and where you're going.
Ultimately, being flexible with your travel plans will give you more options when searching for cheap air fares. Keep an open mind about which days could work best for your schedule and budget, and be prepared to book quickly if a great deal presents itself!

How to Find Cheap Flights

Looking for cheap flights can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. With the right tools and strategies, finding affordable airfare is easier than ever before.
One of the first things you should do when searching for flights is to use multiple search engines. Each engine may offer different prices or options that could save you money. It's also important to be flexible with your travel dates and times as this can significantly impact ticket prices.
Another tip is to sign up for email alerts from airlines or third-party booking websites. This way, you'll receive notifications about deals and price drops as soon as they happen.
Using incognito mode on your web browser while searching for tickets can also help prevent prices from increasing based on your search history. Clearing cookies and cache regularly can also help in this regard.
Consider alternative airports or nearby cities that may have lower fares. Connecting flights may also be cheaper than direct ones in some cases.
By utilizing these tips and tricks, you'll increase your chances of finding cheap flights without sacrificing quality or convenience.

Insider Tips for Finding Unbeatable Prices

When it comes to finding unbeatable prices on airfares, there are some insider tips that can help you save big. First of all, always be flexible with your travel dates. This means being open to flying on weekdays instead of weekends and avoiding peak travel times such as holidays or major events.
Another tip is to sign up for airline newsletters and follow them on social media platforms. Airlines often offer exclusive deals and discounts to their subscribers and followers. You can also set price alerts through various online booking websites, which will notify you when the fares drop for your preferred destination.
It's essential to book flights in advance if possible, as last-minute bookings tend to be more expensive due to high demand. Additionally, consider alternative airports near your destination as they may have lower fares than larger ones.
Consider bundling flights with hotels or car rentals for additional savings. Many airlines offer package deals that can save you money overall compared to purchasing each item separately.
By following these insider tips for finding unbeatable airfare prices, you'll be able to stretch your budget further and enjoy more travel opportunities without breaking the bank.


Finding unbeatable prices for air fares is not as difficult as it may seem. By using the insider tips mentioned above, you can save a considerable amount of money on your next flight. Remember to be flexible with your travel dates and destinations, utilize various search engines and websites, sign up for alerts and loyalty programs, and always check multiple times before booking.
Booking flights doesn't have to break the bank if you are willing to put in some effort and time into researching these secrets. Use this information wisely for any future trips you plan on taking - whether it's a family vacation or solo adventure - happy travels!
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2023.05.31 17:59 AuthoritywL 6e/6GHz throughput issues (Aruba 635 and 655 APs)

Hey everyone,
I've been dealing with some issues regarding throughput on our 6e APs, leveraging the 6GHz spectrum. We are leveraging a mix of Aruba 635 (2x2) and 655 (4x4) APs. Each AP offers 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 6GHz. We are also using the Cloud controller (Aruba Central).
We've configured a test SSID as we have begun deploying more 6e devices. We're seeing roughly half the throughput on the 6GHz as we see on the 5GHz radio with the same clients, running speed tests and iperf to local destinations (as well as Internet Speed Test reflecting the same). We see this throughput loss across 40MHz, 80MHz and 160MHz wide channels (it scales up as you'd expect with the increased widths, but we still see ~50% loss of throughput compared to 5GHz). I'm also fully aware of the penalty to 6GHz tx power by lowering the thresholds.. That said, we are deploying for a higher density wireless, and the fact that we're unable to control the 5GHz and 6GHz widths independent of one another in Aruba is driving some of the lower width 'want'.
Test results (all done with 2x2 clients), speeds are averaged over multiple tests: Test Clients: MacBook Pro M2 2023, Dell Windows 11 Laptop w/ Intel AX211 (also tested with some newer Samsung phones and got similar results).
160MHz width 5GHz: unable to test.
160MHz width 6GHz: 635Mbps Download, 670Mbps Upload, Tx Rate 1.9Gbps
160MHz width 6GHz: 650Mbps Download, 670Mbps Upload, Tx Rate 2.4Gbps
80MHz width 5GHz: 600Mbps Download, 610Mbps Upload, Tx Rate 1.2Gbps
80MHz width 6GHz: 350Mbps Download, 400Mbps Upload, Tx Rate 1.2Gbps
40MHz width 5GHz: 250Mbps Download, 240Mbps Upload, Tx Rate 600Mbps
40MHz width 6GHz: 95Mbps Download, 110Mbps Upload, Tx Rate 600Mbps
We're currently working with Aruba support, who acknowledge that we should be seeing similar, or better results on the 6GHz as we do on the 5GHz. They haven't provided anything actionable yet. Last I heard, they're going to work on reproducing it on their lab.
We've also taken a couple of the 600 series APs and tested them in a lab scenario, with fully clean and default configuration with different security configuration (PSK instead of EAP), and get the same/similar results.
Not sure if anyone else has seen similar results, or better? If we get anything back from Aruba support worth mentioning, I'll update this post as well.
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2023.05.31 17:59 mint-arrival Dreading returning to work and looking for advice

So as the title states, I’m heading into my final two months of maternity leave (I get 12 months which is amazing and I’m so grateful because I know so many don’t have that option). While I’m nervous about returning because I’m a FTM and can’t even imagine the mom guilt and all the stresses that come with returning, I also have had some struggles. My brother was murdered 6 months into my maternity leave and I’m currently in counselling. This adds an extra stress as it’s already hard enough to go out in the world and i tend to cope by the old “fake it till you make it” trope that takes its toll on my mental health. My babe has been the only light in all of this tragedy for myself and for my family and I really just don’t know if I can be as committed to this job with all the other stresses. The trial for the man that killed my brother will be coming up eventually and it will be heavily publicized in the local news and I just don’t know if I can take it. I have the guilt of not returning as well as I did like my job and the people I work with. I’m just not sure it’s worth all the stress if I CAN stay at home until babe is ready for school. My partner and I have discussed at length and we have the means to allow me to stay home…but it’s such a monumental decision. Sorry this has dragged on and on…just looking for advice, your experiences etc. thanks so much!
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2023.05.31 17:58 LeastFriendship7306 I don’t feel relieved

I’ve been posting a lot and to anyone who’s read my rambles haha I’m sorry but also thank you.
My q and I have been together off and on for 6 years. I supported him through it all. Rehab, halfway housing, everything. We broke up and we’re seeing other people but made our way back to each other last summer. I was so happy. We’ve been together since august 2022 and I thought it was for good even though I could tell his cocaine addiction was honestly worse than before he went into rehab. He couldn’t even go 7 days.
I asked him to take his things from my house to his apartment 2 weekends ago because he used in my house which was a boundary I was really trying to stick too and not fold on and let him stay. He has been emotionally and physically abusive when high… and not high too I guess.
He has been staying at his moms for 9 days now and is going to a meeting everyday. He came and saw me Friday and said he loved me, wouldn’t talk to me all Saturday, came and met me Sunday and said he didn’t want to be without me and loved me, took me out Monday night and said the same, he was supposed to come over for dinner yesterday and was texting me planning a camping trip all morning. At 230 he said see you tonight, and then at 315 he messaged me 15 times saying he will never forgive me for calling the police (I called an ambulance because he barricaded himself in a room and wouldn’t answer and his mother and I thought he was dead. There were paramedics and firefighters and the police had to come escort him out of the house because he would not cooperate). He will not believe me I called an ambulance.
He ignored me all night again and then called me this morning and asked me to never contact him again, that he can’t trust me, and that he’s already talking to a girl from his AA Meetings and she’s “cool”. I used to be cool. Then I was so beaten down and destroyed and I don’t even recognize myself. I was pregnant a few months ago and we decided together this was not the time because his addiction was so bad. This morning he said if I loved him and wanted to be with him, I would’ve had his baby and we would still be together.
I should feel relief from reading everyone else’s posts but I don’t. I feel extreme sadness, I feel like he is forgetting all the things he did that I had to forgive and is only focusing on actions made out of extreme desperation when I felt unsafe. I don’t know how to move forward with my life. I gave him everything for 6 years in the hope that I would get my happy ending but I’m left with nothing and he is walking away feeling on top of the world for tearing me down one last time. How the hell does this ever get better.
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2023.05.31 17:57 StocksonHighAlertz NeoVolta Inc. $NEOV Award Winning Battery Storage & Solar Power

Hello everyone and welcome to our new members,
As mentioned yesterday, we hope everyone had a great and safe long weekend. We have a strong conviction on this one. The tech appears solid and the need for these systems is on the rise.
Your Coming Summer of Blackouts The grid monitors say two-thirds of the U.S. risks electricity outage. -WSJ
US power grids vulnerable to extreme heat conditions this summer, NERC says -Reuters
Next Gen Battery Storage and Solar Power for Industrial and Residential Use
NeoVolta Inc. (NASDAQ: NEOV) Poised to Take Advantage of Government Incentives, Impressive Management and Experiencing Rapid Growth
Current Price $2.80/Share Public Float 28.28M Shares Held by Insiders and Institutions 18.07% - Source Yahoo Finance
About NeoVolta - NeoVolta designs, develops, and manufactures advanced energy storage systems for both residential and industrial use. Its storage solutions are engineered with lithium iron phosphate (LiFe(PO4)) battery chemistry, which is clean, nontoxic, and nonflammable. The residential-focused NeoVolta NV14 is equipped with a solar-rechargeable 14.4 kWh battery system, a 7,680-Watt inverter, and a web-based energy management system with 24/7 monitoring. The system’s 6,000-cycle battery life, one of the longest on the market, translates to 16.5 years of useful life, based on a full charge and discharge each day. The NV14 has passed the product safety standards set forth by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for battery energy storage safety testing.
Award Winning Technology
The NV14 system has been named one of Solar Power World’s Top Solar Storage Products for 2022. This marks the fourth consecutive year the NV14 has received the award from Solar Power World, one of the solar industry’s leading media outlets.
How it Works
Engineered For Safety With Iron, Not Ion Home Energy Storage Built with Safer Lithium Iron Phosphate Built with Lithium Iron Phosphate [LiFe(PO4)] Longer-lasting and safer battery technology
Non-toxic, cobalt-free energy storage Built for Stability Non-toxic, with superior thermal and chemical stability
NeoVolta Is Built with Safer Lithium Iron not Lithium Ion with Cobalt Built specifically for solar energy storage Batteries are designed for homes, not for cars
NV14 has a higher temperature tolerance than Lithium-Ion batteries Under extreme heat, Iron outperforms Ion
No Maintenance Costs Required 10 year warranty
Built with longer-lasting IRON, not ION 13,896 Wh X 365 days x 10 years 50,720 kWh lifetime throughput
Floor or Wall Mounted Easy Installation Weatherproof and installs in a garage or on the side of a home.
Remote Monitoring They monitor the health of the system so you don't have to.
VIDEO: See How the NeoVolta NV14/NV24 Work
NeoVolta’s NV14 is the first Lithium Iron Energy Storage System to be approved by the California Energy Commission. It seamlessly powers up to 16 breakers and 32 amps of continuous power through peak rates or grid outages.
Connect to DC solar installations without any external inverters or to AC solar installations via String or Micro Inverter.
The rapid auto transfer switch, ensures that even when the grid goes down, power remains uninterrupted.
Recent News
NeoVolta’s Backup System Saves MDX Labs’ Lifesaving Medications During Multiple Grid Outages
- Commercial Battery Backup System Has Prevented the Loss of MDX’s Critical Functions and Thousands of Dollars in Inventory During Numerous Power Failures
SAN DIEGO, May 09, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NeoVolta Inc. (NASDAQ: NEOV) – NeoVolta Inc., manufacturer of Smart Energy Storage Solutions, has kept MDX Labs protected during multiple grid outages with reliable battery backup. Thanks to NeoVolta, the laboratory’s critical functions (refrigeration, server, and lights) have kept running, saving thousands of dollars while sustaining lifesaving medications and vaccines.
Founded in 2020, Henderson-based MDX Labs is the top privately held molecular and clinical diagnostic laboratory in the state of Nevada. MDX provides on-site testing services to a range of manufacturers, casinos, entertainers, restaurants, and nonprofit organizations, and it is the official overflow laboratory for the Southern Nevada Health District.
MDX Labs houses large quantities of vaccines, patient samples, and medications that require refrigeration. When grid outages occurred in the past, MDX would often lose tens of thousands of dollars in product and face periods of product unavailability while awaiting restock. In late 2021, MDX began searching for a battery backup system and discovered NeoVolta, which features a clean lithium iron phosphate battery and a hybrid inverter that can accept 208-volt power connections. NeoVolta can also charge from the power grid, eliminating the need for solar installation. In March 2022, MDX Labs installed NeoVolta’s NV14 Energy Storage System.
“Being able to support commercial facilities that are powered with 208-volt electricity is an amazing capability. Transformers are not required, which saves customers thousands of dollars and eliminates loud equipment that gives off radiant heat,” said Brent Willson, CEO of NeoVolta. “Our energy storage solutions are a very smart investment, especially considering the cost and consequence of an outage that would result in the loss of vital medical supplies and medications. We are thrilled to be partnering with MDX, a world-class clinical diagnostic laboratory.” FULL ARTICLE
NeoVolta Approved for Partnership by GoodLeap, the Top U.S. Financer for Solar and Sustainable Tech
- Offering Flexible Options for Consumers to Pay for Battery Storage
- NeoVolta Approved for Partnership by GoodLeap, the Top U.S. Financer for Solar and Sustainable Tech
SAN DIEGO, May 04, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NeoVolta Inc. (NASDAQ: NEOV) – NeoVolta Inc., manufacturer of Smart Energy Storage Solutions, has partnered with the sustainable home improvement finance platform GoodLeap to make solar energy storage as affordable as possible for more homeowners.
GoodLeap will finance standalone NeoVolta Energy Storage System (ESS) installations with or without solar panels. They offer flexible terms and highly competitive rates. As of 2022, GoodLeap was the number one financing platform, responsible for 26% of the entire U.S. residential solar market.
To apply, homeowners can coordinate with their installer on costs and then complete an online application. The process is fast and easy, and the underwriting is very flexible so that more homeowners get approved. Finally, GoodLeap has a strong reputation for exceptional customer service, with phone calls answered live by experienced solar professionals.
“GoodLeap’s low financing rates will allow more homeowners to enjoy years of utility savings and long-lasting blackout protection with NeoVolta energy storage,” said CEO Brent Willson, CEO of NeoVolta. “Our energy storage solutions are a very smart investment, and it’s never been easier to get started. With GoodLeap financing, NeoVolta’s market is opening to a much bigger audience. We are thrilled to be partnering with a world-class provider of sustainable home improvement financing.”
The partnership with GoodLeap is expected to help fuel NeoVolta’s continued success in the rapidly growing home energy storage market.
Devastating power outages throughout the country, caused by wildfires, extreme weather, and an increasingly unstable grid system, have underscored the urgent need for home backup power.
NeoVolta storage systems are designed for safety and performance. They use lithium iron phosphate battery chemistry, the nonflammable and nontoxic alternative to lithium ion. NeoVolta’s flagship NV14 energy storage system has a very high storage capacity of 14.4 kilowatt-hours, expandable to 24.0 kWh with the optional NV24 battery—without the expense of a second inverter. The system’s inverter discharges 7.7 kilowatts of instantaneous power, more than most mainstream competitors.
For its superior safety, performance and compatibility with any solar system, new or existing, the NV14 has been named one of Solar Power World’s top storage products four years in a row. FULL ARTICLE
NeoVolta Selected to Provide American Development Partners with Energy Storage for More Than 400 Regenerative Treatment Centers
- NeoVolta’s Energy Storage and Intelligent Power Management Will Be Deployed in Treatment Center Builds Nationwide Over Next Seven Years
- NeoVolta Selected to Provide American Development Partners with Energy Storage for More Than 400 Regenerative Treatment Centers
SAN DIEGO, March 14, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NeoVolta Inc. (NASDAQ: NEOV) – NeoVolta Inc., manufacturer of Smart Energy Storage Solutions, announced today that its systems will be deployed in more than 400 Orthagenex treatment centers nationwide. This is part of a rollout of NeoVolta batteries in thousands of American Development Partners (ADP) properties across the country over the next several years.
Together with ADP, NeoVolta will provide energy storage systems and intelligent power management for Orthagenex’s cutting edge regenerative medicine treatments centers. These 400 builds over the next seven years will be equipped with NeoVolta’s NV14 and NV24 Energy Storage Systems. The clean solar energy stored in the NeoVolta batteries will be used to dramatically reduce electric bills and serve as a backup in the event of a power loss.
American Development Partners developer Manny Butera said, “At ADP, we work with companies who innovate. NeoVolta’s advanced energy storage product is a perfect fit for the properties we are developing. We are thrilled to continue our close relationship with NeoVolta.” FULL ARTICLE
NeoVolta Poised for California’s NEM Incentives to Pair Solar with Battery Storage
- Additional $630 Million in California State Funding Set Aside to Support Residential Low-Income Solar Plus Storage Adopters
- NeoVolta Poised for California’s NEM Incentives to Pair Solar with Battery Storage
SAN DIEGO, Jan. 26, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NeoVolta Inc. (NASDAQ: NEOV) – NeoVolta Inc., manufacturer of Smart Energy Storage Solutions, announced today that it expects California’s recently updated Net Energy Metering (NEM) program to drive increased demand for energy storage systems.
On December 15, 2022, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) issued a decision to update the NEM tariff to promote consumer adoption of solar and battery storage. The program will go into effect on April 13, 2023. According to the CPUC, the move was designed to financially incentivize Californians to install both battery and solar systems.
The CPUC stated that the current NEM 2.0 program was not aligned with California’s grid reliability and climate goals, noting that the increased use of electricity between 4 and 9 p.m. causes dependence on fossil fuel gas plants to meet the demand. With the battery storage incentive, the CPUC hopes to see an increased adoption of residential energy storage that will better support the needs of the grid, with customers saving self-generated solar energy for use in the evening hours.
An additional $630 million in state funding has been set aside by the California State Legislature for residential low-income solar plus battery storage adopters. The decision bolsters federal incentives provided by the Inflation Reduction Act for solar and battery storage.
It’s important to note that NEM 3.0 is not retroactive. Rooftop solar systems installed under NEM 2.0 will remain under that policy for a 20-year grandfathering period. This means existing rooftop solar owners who add a battery after the April 13 deadline will not be subject to NEM 3.0.
“We expect that NEM 3.0 will make Californians more aware of their energy consumption, encouraging them to conserve energy and pair rooftop solar systems with battery storage,” said NeoVolta CEO Brent Willson. “Californians who adopt this strategy will dramatically reduce their electrical bills while increasing their energy resiliency during periods of prolonged blackouts, fires, and flooding.”
California’s vast solar plus storage market has a dramatic impact on the grid. California has about 12 GW of distributed solar generation already installed, equal to nearly 25% of peak demand statewide. California also has more than 80,000 customer-owned batteries connected to the grid, with a storage potential of 900 MW, according to a September 2022 study by the California Solar & Storage Association. FULL ARTICLE
Homebuilder Rebates and Savings
Starting 2020: California Requires Solar On New Construction Each NeoVolta NV14 Could Save Builders $8,500+ (Equipment & Rebates)
Impressive Management
Brent Wilson, CEO
Brent Willson is a retired USMC Colonel with 30+ years of experience, who managed $100B aviation acquisition portfolio for the Defense Department. Brent is passionate about clean energy and providing battery energy storage solutions to consumers that provide the comfort of black out protection and the ability to offset increasing grid costs, with the solar power they produce.
NeoVolta Directors & NeoVolta Advisory
An older investor presentation (2019) but still relevant.
We will be back with more soon on NeoVolta Inc. (NASDAQ: NEOV)
The Team
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