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2009.01.13 15:43 Wisconsin: News from the Badger State

A local subreddit for the State of Wisconsin. Post news and interesting links about the greatest state in the Union!

2008.11.19 03:15 Barcelona

Una comunitat per a persones que viuen a Barcelona i visiten aquesta bonica ciutat. /// A community for people living in Barcelona and visiting this fine city. /// Una comunidad para personas que viven en Barcelona y visitan esta hermosa ciudad.

2008.12.09 19:12 St. Louis: Gateway to the West

/StLouis is dedicated to the news, events, and weird food of the Greater St. Louis and surrounding areas. Please check out our sidebar and wiki for a plethora of knowledge.

2023.06.07 04:04 BabyTripperRC Combination Recommendations

Hello, this is my first time posting here even though I read almost every post
My current stash consists of: 1p-lsd,1v-lsd,AL-LAD,4-ho-met,2f-dck,o-pce,3-meo-pce,3-cmc,NEP,6-apb,2-fma,weed,HHC and alcohol
I am looking for viable and fun drug combinations. I have tried almost every drug in this list sometimes in combinations (except AL-LAD , o-pce ,Nep)
My goals are several:
Rave combos (hard techno)
More chill party combos (house party, not a lot of dancing- more chilling)
Chilling with friends at a house (playing videogames, watching movies, banter)
Going out in the city with friends (bars, parks, walking)
Beach trip
Nature trip
Chilling alone at a house
Strong psychedelic experiences with a lot of visual stimulation
Strong psychedelic experiences with a lot of introspection

All input is appreciated
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2023.06.07 04:03 Big_D_505 After hours bar

Any bars open untill 2 am in RR. I used to live in NE heights and would frequent Howie's. Need a new spot.
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2023.06.07 04:03 jw-unplugged Celebrating our 20-year anniversary of Freedom

I have been counting down this day for so long and am so glad it’s finally here.
20 years ago, on 7th June 2003, my wife and I left the two-day Assembly we were attending after the first day never to step into a Kingdom Hall again.
Mind you it took a few years to get to that point. My wife was born into the religion, and I joined when I was 21.
I had been a witness for 29 yrs. and in that time, I served as an elder and then as the Presiding Overseer in our congregation. Along with that, giving talks at assemblies and giving Public Talks at a dozen or so neighboring congregations.
I want to thank Randy Watters for having the “Free Minds” website in the early days of the internet.
I remember the first time I clicked on the link here in Australia. At that time, we only had dial-up internet and speeds were painfully slow. When I first started downloading the Free Minds site an image of an eye behind bars slowly appeared which scared me so much, I canceled opening the site. I thought Satan was going to infect my computer or myself. After realizing nothing had happened to me in that short period of exposure I clicked again and a whole new world opened to me. I remember reading a testimonial from someone and noticed it was written 5 years ago. I found it difficult to believe that he would not return to being a witness after all this time and noticed he had an email address at the bottom, so I naively wrote to him and asked him are you sure you feel that way still. He wrote a friendly message back affirming his stand and he suggested I read Crisis of Conscience.
Thinking back to that time, there were several events in the late 90s with the organization and our local congregation that started me thinking. Also voluntarily stepping down as an elder and getting off the treadmill helped. However, it was a scripture read by a speaker on the Saturday of the 2-day assembly in June 2003 that pushed me to make the break,
Isaiah 5:20 Woe to those who say that good is bad and bad is good, Those who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness, Those who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!
Watchtower had joined the United Nations and then lied about their involvement. Watchtower lied about Child Sexual Abuse within the organization. Also, what had happened over the past year in our congregation was the final straw. So, I thought that scripture was the signal for my wife and me to leave. Thankfully, our daughter had left a few years earlier so as a family we were all out.
We decided to fade as we both had elderly mothers that needed our support. So, we made sure we kept our mouths shut around any witnesses. And we were able to care for our mothers up until their deaths.
Now 20 years on we have a 5yr old grandson who celebrates Birthdays and Xmas, has playdates with worldly friends, and has never had a smack not even a tap on the wrist. And is happy and obedient without the threat of the “rod of discipline.”
Religion really screws up families and I feel bad that we were so strict and denied our daughter of being a normal kid and also the joy of celebrating Birthdays and Xmas. On the other hand, it has been the most amazing experience for me to see the expressions of joy in our grandson who by the way at 5 is shocked to hear his mother never celebrated Xmas and would get smacks if naughty.
Reflecting, two red flags I should have heeded.
1, when I was studying the truth book my friend who ended up being baptized with me said “Hey I think these people are the ones that don’t have blood transfusions.”
I thought hey they know the Bible well and must know what’s best for us. Big mistake!
  1. when I first started going to the meetings a teenage witness girl said to me “What are you doing getting involved in this… its all bullshit you know!” she was looking for a way out and I was on the way in. Unfortunately, I did not listen, and she still reminds me to this day. Would you believe it we married way back then and are still together.
There is more I will talk about in future posts.
For example, some events that happened during my time as an elder.
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2023.06.07 04:02 tonythetiger891 Prices Start to Skyrocket - May 2023 Real Estate Market Update and Housing Statistics

Las Vegas Housing Market
Median Single Family Home Price: $442,120
Down from 482,000 a year ago (-8.3%).
UP from 430,000 a month ago(+2.8%).
Median Condo/Townhouse Price: $275,000
Down from 285k a year ago (-3.5%)
Up from 270k a month ago (+1.9%)
Number of New Single Family Home Listings: 2,604
Up 6.2% from a month ago.
Down -35.4% from a year ago.
Number of New Condo/Townhome Listings: 725
Up 3% from a month ago
Down 34.7% from a year ago.
Single Family Homes without offers at end of period: 3,645
Down 2.5% from a month ago
Up 2.1% from a year ago.
Units Sold this Period: 2,316
Up 18.0% from a month ago
Down 20.3% from a year ago
60.6% of all single-family homes sold within the first 30 days.
Up from 53.6% a month ago and down from 88.6% a year ago
Months of Inventory Available:
Single-family homes: 1.6 months
Condos/Townhouses: 1.4 months
A twelve thousand dollar jump in prices is a significant increase in the market. Bidding wars are back. It's becoming clearer that the market bottomed out at the end of last year and that last month's increase woke up a lot of buyers on the sidelines waiting for a sign to jump. School ended early across the valley which may also be a big factor in the amount of business being done. Things felt crazy dealing with the amount of foot traffic I witnessed on listings and how many offers buyers were competing with so this isn't a huge surprise to those who work consistently as Realtors.
Keep in mind that during May a lot of people were concerned with the debt ceiling affecting markets across the board. For real estate in Las Vegas, it looks like it didn't matter at all.
Barring a full-blown recession prices are likely to continue to increase through summer as inventory is even more limited than the previous month. The question is how much more will prices go up and if fall and winter will have any noticeable impact this year as during Covid, prices increased versus a traditional dropoff in sales.
It is a full blast seller's market at the moment which means it is a great time to sell but for buyers, it means they have to compete. It can be an extremely frustrating process so make sure you have an agent that has dealt with a bidding war market before.
If the market goes up the same amount next month, the chaos of previous years with 20+ offers on properties may well return as we approach the 1-month inventory mark.
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2023.06.07 04:02 Few_Detective3539 i need advice

hey so i’ve been dealing with an awful breakup. i’ve been self sabotaging and blaming it all on myself and distancing myself from literally everyone. expect for this one girl from my sports team. she has heard me out for all my crazy thinking for the past 2 weeks, and even though i don’t vent everyday, im in a great fear for burning her out and making her emotionally tired. she has done so much for me but i feel like an ass since i still go out with my ex as well but as friends or to catch up sometimes. i don’t vent to her about current problems just past things that i need help getting over basically. i haven’t really been one to overly vent to a person but i feel like i’m not gonna make it out by myself. but i don’t know what to do about trying not to burn her out. i was thinking about making her a little gift or bringing her food maybe as a thank you bc she has been a rock for me. so what should i do?
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2023.06.07 04:01 user369012 Country Fest 2023 Cadott WI

I have 2 3-day GA tickets for Country Fest in WI. It includes access to the Wednesday night tailgate party. We can’t go anymore so looking to make our money back. Not looking for profit. $300 for the pair.
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2023.06.07 04:01 BlackPinkBih Where to buy a Turkiye National Volleyball Team Player Jersey online?

Apologies if this is the wrong subreddit to ask. I tried asking on /volleyball, but haven't received many answers.
My favorite volleball national team is Turkiye and I really want to buy a jersey, but I live in the US. The only website I know of that has any is UPAOnlineSatis, but these are all sold out and have been for awhile. They also don't have any player names/numbers. However, while watching the recent USA vs Turkiye game, it showed the crowd wearing player name/number jerseys. Here's a screenshot.
Where would I be able to get one of these Turkiye National Team Player Jerseys online and have it shipped to the US? I tried looking for sports memorabilia eBay sellers based in Turkey and asked if they had any, but none have replied. Any help/information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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2023.06.07 04:01 asksbadquestions_ Update to the void

Thoughts in no particular order:
Our marriage counseling session was rough. There were two low-points emotionally. The first was me telling her I'm planning on getting a STD screen; she was / is still adamant that nothing physical happened but the MC helped her understand my position. Later she said she went out of her way not to be alone with him privately because she thought he would make a move. I said, "Why would he if you clearly told him you are married and not interested in something like that?" Right or wrong I felt bad after saying it and seeing her reaction.
I have to figure out insurance stuff for the STD panels and the extra individual sessions the MC requested.
She's 100% not pregnant.
She told her parents today; that legitimately surprised me. I got texts from both.
We had kids' sports last night. I decided to drive separately and thankfully we didn't have to interact much in front of other people.
I still haven't slept in the bedroom since Saturday. I found myself looking at new mattresses for our guest room, but I also don't want to set the expectation (for her or me) that I'm not going to sleep in my own bed going forward.
I'm weirdly wondering if she's more embarrassed about her friends knowing than me. I was told their conversation wasn't gentle.
I asked why him? Why now? She framed it as attraction that grew when her self-esteem was low. She also said that when I compliment her sometimes she feels like I'm going through the motions and don't really mean it, and it's made her feel worse sometimes. I think I understand what she means but it's something I'll bring up in the future with the MC.
We have a pre-planned trip with the kids this weekend. I can't cancel because they're looking forward to it; I am not.
I haven't told any of my friends yet. I'm not sure what to tell them.
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2023.06.07 04:00 AccountantVibes 2023 Elantra N line city mileage

So I got a 2023 Elantra N line and I'm loving the drive so far. My only grip with it is I feel like the mpg is a little low in the city when hitting a lot of red lights, when speeding up again I feel like it uses a lot of power before hitting maybe 20 miles
What's the key to best mileage in the city? Driving in sport mode? Quickly revving to 40 miles then easing in the pedal? Driving nice and slow till I hit 40?
First experience with a DCT. thanks in advance
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2023.06.07 03:59 Few_Detective3539 i need advice

hey so i’ve been dealing with an awful breakup. i’ve been self sabotaging and blaming it all on myself and distancing myself from literally everyone. expect for this one girl from my sports team. she has heard me out for all my crazy thinking for the past 2 weeks, and even though i don’t vent everyday, im in a great fear for burning her out and making her emotionally tired. she has done so much for me but i feel like an ass since i still go out with my ex as well but as friends or to catch up sometimes. i don’t vent to her about current problems just past things that i need help getting over basically. i haven’t really been one to overly vent to a person but i feel like i’m not gonna make it out by myself. but i don’t know what to do about trying not to burn her out. i was thinking about making her a little gift or bringing her food maybe as a thank you bc she has been a rock for me. so what should i do?
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2023.06.07 03:59 gutzybonez april

The flowers always bloomed in the first week of April. Young Daisy, being born on the second of April, looked forward to seeing the newly sprung daffodils in her yard every year on her birthday. She was never seen without one of the golden beauties in her hair tucked behind her ear when they were in season. Daisy was outrageously gorgeous; everyone who saw her was completely enamored by her beauty. She was usually seen wearing a white a-line dress with her strawberry blonde hair flowing behind her. Most people described her as “the pinnacle of femininity and goddessness” as she was not only aesthetically pleasing to the eye, but she was also just about the kindest person anyone could have ever met. In spite of that, on the eve of her nineteenth birthday, everything changed. Something sinister would await Daisy in the morning, and nothing would ever be the same.
Awaking in anticipation to see the flowers, Daisy arose from her bed and got dressed. However, she did not wear her signature a-line dress. Instead, she wore a black halter dress with red-bottom pumps. She styled her hair in braids instead of letting it flow freely. It was almost as though she was dressed for a funeral rather than a birthday celebration. She did not have an explanation as to why she dressed differently other than that she felt drawn to the choice. Though her outfit had changed, Daisy still tended to business as usual and visited the daffodils in her garden. She picked one, smelling its sweet scent, and tucked the flower behind her ear.
Normally, Daisy would be receiving many birthday calls and text messages from her family and friends, but she had yet to hear from anybody. Even her best friend, Espen, still had not reached out or swung by her house with her annual birthday cupcake. Though Daisy was slightly disheartened by the lack of enthusiasm from her loved ones, her spirits were not crushed. Most of her birthday was spent sitting with the daffodils and enjoying the spring air.
It was nearly evening when Daisy decided to treat herself to an ice cream bar. She was becoming more and more upset about why no one had made an effort to speak to her, but she kept the thought to herself. She did not want to feel like a burden to anyone. She stepped up to the window to order her strawberry shortcake ice cream pop, but the server did not acknowledge her presence. Obviously this annoyed Daisy, but instead of bringing attention to herself she just started to head back home. It clearly was not the birthday that she had hoped for, but she tried to keep a positive outlook.
The air was warm with a cool breeze, which was Daisy’s favorite weather. The lovely weather made Daisy want to take the long walk home, which would take her through the cemetery where her grandmother, who also would have had a birthday on the second of April, was buried. She stopped at the local florist to pick up a handful of her grandmother’s favorite flower, the orchid, but Jenny, the florist, was not in the shop. Jenny was one of Daisy’s friends, so Daisy took the flowers and left a note saying that she would pay for them later.
Daisy was laying the flowers at her grandmother’s grave when something caught her eye. It was a tearful Espen wearing all black and looking down at the ground as she walked. She was headed in the direction of a large, sorrowful group by the old willow tree. Instead of asking Espen what was happening, Daisy followed her to the gathering. Everyone around the girls was crying with daffodils in their hands. All of the people in the cemetery were Daisy’s kinsmen, and they were all staring at a casket that had yet to be lowered into the soil. Daisies and daffodils had been laid atop the casket. Next to the body was an easel holding a large image of the deceased. The girl in the photo was none other than Daisy herself. Daisy had been murdered in her sleep during the early hours of the morning on her birthday five days ago. I know who killed her, but you never will.
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2023.06.07 03:58 AccountantVibes Question about city mileage

So I got a 2023 N line and I'm loving the drive so far. My only grip with it is I feel like the mpg is a little low in the city when hitting a lot of red lights, when speeding up again I feel like it uses a lot of power before hitting maybe 20 miles
What's the key to best mileage in the city? Driving in sport mode? Quickly revving to 40 miles then easing in the pedal? Driving nice and slow till I hit 40?
First experience with a DCT. thanks in advance
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2023.06.07 03:58 BrightBarryQuiz Roman Numerals, Famous Names from Sport, TV and Film, and Car Models all feature in today's Barry Time Quiz!

Head to in your favourite browser to play. Feedback welcome and please share with your friends.
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2023.06.07 03:58 nickssaccount 4 days to drive from Jackson, WY to Washington DC-Best ideas go!!

The picture is a map of the places along the route that I’d already be seeing on the way to Wyoming from DC (Gateway Arch, Mt Rushmore/nearby sights, and Tetons/Yellowstone) but I need a route for the trip back to DC. Love nature/hiking, anything goes!
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2023.06.07 03:58 AwayOutsideAgain Questions about seat hight

Questions about seat hight
I just picked up this 2001 883, it was parked in a warehouse in 2002 and only had 500 miles on when I picked it up. One of the things I really need to change is the seat, I would like something just a bit taller and a bit more forward. I probably want to change the bars too. What seat suggestions do some of you folks have?
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2023.06.07 03:58 arvaname Summer as Summer Ought to Be - Djokovic / Alcaraz thoughts and Golden Era reflection

A video popped into my YouTube recommended today, from a channel called “peRFect tennis” – it's a seventeen minute bundle of beatdown highlights: the great Roger Federer slapping around some random I’d barely heard of named Julian Reister. The occasion is the 2010 French Open; third round – thirteen years ago now. And watching it I noticed something interesting:
I’d forgotten what it was like to see a true generational talent in their prime.
Oh sure, Reister does well to scour some games, and it’s clear that Federer enters power-saver mode after a savage 6-0 second set, but every ball comes back to Reister with interest; and even when Reister makes some miraculous, winner-shot, you always know that Federer will find the effortless god-slice or the perfect stretched forehand.
And then I realized something else, something kinda terrifying: for the first time in God knows how long, the real generational talent, the star of the show, is not a member of the Big Three; and for the first time since Djokovic won his maiden slam, a member of the Big Three feels properly outgunned in a major match.
Carlos Alcaraz is now Federer, and while Djokovic is well above Resiter, he’s not a generational talent in his prime. What we’ve seen over the last five years, since the 2018 Wimbledon Semifinal between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic is the slow and final motion in the unparalleled symphony that is the Big Three era.
But now, half the band has bowed out, and all that remain are the strings with a rare infusion of woodwinds. And the piece is slowing, scraping to a somber halt as the audience gets a long exhale to reflect on everything they’ve just seen. If 2018 Wimbledon began the end, the 2021 French Open semifinal between Nadal and Djokovic was a final regression to the incredible motif underlying the whole composition.
I don’t know when it changed, when Djokovic got a step slower. But he did. The first step he lost was after his 2017 slump, you could see when he returned to the top of the game in 2018 that while still basically unbeatable on hard and grass, and still contesting and claiming big clay court titles, he’d just lost a step; the time signature had changed and all his measures now had fewer notes and fewer beats.
Then it happened again, maybe after the 2020 COVID reset, or maybe during the 2021 Australian Open, where Novak – despite not really looking good at all, through like, the whole fucking tournament – just plowed through the field. Or perhaps it was after 2021 Wimbledon, where the stress of three consecutive slam winds finally ground something in Djokovic out of stasis. And then, we’ve seen one final lost step just in the last year, during the Australia deportation.
I don’t think that these events caused these subtle slips, but the time away allowed our eyes a chance to sober, and when Djokovic returned, each time we could see the new seeds of mortality growing and germinating under a great garden of godhood.
And now, where are we? Roger Federer is retired. Fallen away after a sad and sputtering comeback that ended with a bagel and a busted knee, washed out of Wimbledon by Hurkacz, the man who I think literally everybody has forgotten won a Masters title. Nadal is incognito, channeling his incredible albeit short-lived strength for some chimera-hurrah tour, romp around the globe, victory lap after one of the greatest careers of all time. And Djokovic is three steps slower than he was eight years ago.
The time of Federer – Reister matches is over; the long summer and longer fall of the Big Three is over, and this Alcaraz match feels like the first snow of Winter. Perhaps the best comparison is with the Agassi – Nadal and Agassi – Federer records; Agassi beat Nadal and Federer in big matches, but Agassi was only going down, and Fedal were only going up.
Even if Djokovic plows past Carlos, which he could, it’s clear that a new year is beginning, and just as each Roman year was remembered mainly by the rulers of the day, this new year, will not be the year of Federer, or Nadal, or Djokovic. It will be the year of Alcaraz, or Rune, or the Next-Next-Next-Next-Next-Gen Conglomerate.
I’m a big fantasy fan and fantasy writer. My books suck, so don’t ask to read them. And one thing I’ve noticed in all walks of fantasy, from big-grandpa Lord of the Rings to Game of Thrones to Dark Souls is the Third-Age Obsession: if the first age is some establishing period crescendoing into some spastic war of magic and impossibly large arms, and the second age is the dulling silver-spur that follows then the Third Age is the end of the decline, where magic is at its weakest, and the world at its bleakest.
2003-2011 were the First Age, 2011-2013 were the great war that propelled us into the Second Age, 2011-2019 was the Second Age, and the COVID lapse the gap that shuffled us neatly into the third age.
Monfils, Murray, Wawrinka, del Potro, and the rest of the Golden Gen and Lost Gen are retired or hobbled. Federer is done, Nadal packing it up for a farewell, and Djokovic clinging on to an increasingly slippy pole at the peak of the game.
And all we can really do now is long - for the time of magic. For the time where impossible shots came out on speed-dial...
Put Rosewall and Laver on a court and you will see a few all-time great shots. But you will also find two hours of the most tedious, worn tennis.
In this third and transitory age, glimpses of godhood have gotten rarer and rarer. Djokovic pulls them out randomly to remind some Next-Gen that they’re not worth shit; Nadal just goes ham to make the child in Medvedev stop dreaming. But it’s not a throughline anymore.
Going into the Alcaraz match, everybody knows Djokovic has the level - and everybody remembers when summertime was summer as summer ought to be, when the songs were sweet, the winds were soft, and it seemed this great dream would never end.
I don’t care if Alcaraz beats Djokovic. I only care about Etcheverry, honestly. But what I yearn for, more than anything else, is for Djokovic to remind Alcaraz, and the world, that he is Novak Djokovic: and he (with Rafa and Roger) reigned over the greatest summer this sport has ever seen.
(note: sorry mods, I keep reposting this to make subtle changes because i'm an insecure ass, that's why there's like 7 deleted posts with a similar title)
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2023.06.07 03:57 khoafraelich789 Acura Sports Car: A High-Performance Vehicle For Everyone

Acura Sports Car: A High-Performance Vehicle For Everyone
The Acura sports car is a high-performance vehicle that is available in a variety of models. The base model starts at $33,950, while the top-of-the-line model can cost up to $156,000. The Acura sports car is packed with features and amenities that make it a great choice for anyone looking for a high-performance vehicle.

Honda’s luxury brand Acura is a division of the Japanese company. Only one Acura sports car exists in the world, and it is an excellent machine. With the introduction of the Acura Integra, Honda introduced the world’s first aluminum-production vehicle, as well as VTEC technology. Acura NSX buyers can select from a variety of optional extras as well as standard Acura features. There’s also the NSX GT3, which is specifically designed for race car drivers. This is not a production car, nor is it allowed on a racetrack.

Acura TLXs start at $37,700 in 2022 and are extremely affordable for a luxury midsize car. All-wheel drive will increase the price by $2,200. The Acura TLX, which includes the Type S Performance, is the entry-level model. Packages for wheels and tires start at $53,600.

The Honda NSX is also known as Acura NSX (North America), and the production year 2005–2022 was followed by years 1991–2005, 2017–2022.

The 2022 NSX Type S will come with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $169,500, plus a destination charge of $27,500.

A NSX – 1st Gen, on average, costs $79,997.

How Much Are Acura Sports?

There is no definitive answer to this question as prices can vary significantly depending on the model and year of the vehicle. However, Acura sports cars are generally considered to be moderately priced when compared to other luxury brands. Additionally, Acura frequently offers special deals and incentives on their vehicles, so it is always worth checking for current offers.

The Acura NSX, the company’s flagship hybrid sports car, costs around $160,000. A 1991 Acura NSX, priced at $62,000, has an Instant Market Value of $91,342 on CarGurus. The NSX’s RWD configuration is popular due to its high performance and low fuel consumption.

The Acura Nsx Type S Is A High Performance Sports Car.
Acura’s NSX Type S sports car is a cutting-edge performance model that will set you apart. This car has a 0-60 mph time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 191 mph, making it a fitting choice for those who enjoy driving fast. The 2021 Acura NSX begins at $157,500, but many other luxury sports cars have more expensive top trims than the NSX. If you want a car that will leave a lasting impression on people and will handle some of the best track conditions you can find, the Acura NSX is a great choice.

How Much Are Acura Nsx Cars?
The Acura NSX will set you back around $28,000. The starting price for the 2022 Acura NSX Type S is $169,500, which is quite high for a luxury sports car.

The 2022, Acura NSX has a powerful V6 hybrid engine that can propel it to breathtaking speeds. The NSX’s interior is roomy, its seats are comfortable all day, and it has a longer-than-average warranty. If you’re thinking about an older model, our older model reviews can help you make the best decision. The 2022 Acura NSX Type S has a 600-hp hybrid powertrain combined with all-wheel drive. The Chevrolet Corvette, like the Acura NSX, is a mid-engine sports car. As a result, the Nissan GT-R starts at around $55,000 less than the BMW M3. This is a better sports car than others and a better value overall.

The Acura NSX Type S can travel from zero to 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds. The NSX can also be driven silently at low speeds with an electric-only Quiet mode. The interior of a $170,000 car is uncomfortable. The capabilities of the infotainment system are limited, but they are simple to use. Acura NSX has a trunk that measures 4.4 feet long and 9.4 feet wide. There is excellent visibility on both sides due to the thin roof pillars and a low-slung hood. The cabin also muffles road and wind noise in addition to muffling road and wind noise.

The Acura NSX Type S is only available in 300 models in the United States. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds thanks to a 600-hp hybrid powertrain, lithium-ion battery pack, and all-wheel drive. The current-generation NSX was released in 2017, and it continues to mix civility and sportiness with its predecessor’s civility. The 2022 Acura NSX Type S is among the best vehicles in its class. Driving fast but relaxing when you pilot day in and day out is exhilarating and enjoyable. Its powerful V6 hybrid system has been described as the most advanced in its class. The issue is that, while the NSX has the look of a luxurious car, it does not offer the level of luxury that it claims to provide.

This is an introduction. The Honda NSX is a true sports car, one of the most iconic models in history. It’s not only one of the most expensive, but it’s also one of the most well-known. The Honda NSX is a fantastic driver’s car with an excellent combination of performance and handling. Furthermore, it is a beautiful vehicle with a sleek design that will undoubtedly draw attention. If you want a car that is both reliable and extremely luxurious, you should consider the Honda NSX.

How Much Does A 2020 Acura Nsx Cost?
In the United States, the 2020 Acura NSX will retail for $157,500, including the $1,995 destination fee. That is well below the Porsche 911 Turbo S and Audi R8 V10, as well as the Lamborghini Huracan and Ferrari 488 GTB, which are on the high end of the price spectrum.

If a 2020 Acura NSX with no options and 12,000 miles per year in clean condition was sold for $110,042, it would be worth around $540,050 in trade-in value. You should deduct a couple thousand dollars for each of the lower two condition levels if the vehicle is in poor shape. If you traded in a 2020 Acura NSX with no options and 12,000 miles per year in clean condition, you could get about $110,042 for one with no options. You can get a more accurate appraisal by going to Edmunds and entering the vehicle’s details, which will give you a more accurate number.

The Acura NSX Type S, on the other hand, will not be available in the United States until 2022, according to Acura. Acura has confirmed that the supercar has sold out. There is currently only one NSX model available in 2022 – the NSX Type S, a 600-hp farewell to the Japanese supercar. The 2020 all-wheel drive (AWD) model’s limited weight and 573 horsepower make it a viable alternative to a hybrid. Acura NSXs can travel at a top speed of 190 mph and a top speed of 60 mph in 3.2 seconds. While the Acura NSX is no longer available in the United States, it will always be remembered in Japan. Acura NSX epitomized what a supercar could be, and its legacy will last for a long time after it is no longer available.

The Acura Nsx: An Exotic Sports Car Worth The Price
The Acura NSX is an exotic sports car with two people inside. There is a gas-electric hybrid drivetrain in which two electric motors drive the front wheels, a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 engine drives the rear wheels, and an additional electric motor drives the front wheels. The base MSRP for the 2021 NSX is $157,500, making it the most expensive model in its class. The NSX, on the other hand, comes standard with a front-wheel drive model, but there are many other luxury sports cars that come with an optional, more expensive interior. The NSX, in the end, is a luxury vehicle with a high price tag that may be difficult to afford for some. Nonetheless, if you can afford it, the Acura NSX is an excellent vehicle to consider.

How Fast Is The New Acura Nsx?

The new Acura NSX is incredibly fast. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds, and it has a top speed of 191 mph. It’s also very efficient, getting 28 mpg on the highway and 21 mpg in the city.

The video above promises a performance upgrade for the Acura NSX Type S that is faster than ever before. In the teaser video, you see a close-up look at the Type S engine, then a shadowed NSX tearing through the night sky. Is it possible to make a car go faster than 60 mph? Will it go faster top speed? Can it lap faster racetracks? Why or why not? The Type S will be introduced during Monterey Car Week in California on August 12. It is expected that only 350 will be built, with production ending in 2022, when the second-generation NSX will come to an end. The NSX Type R was the subject of many rumors in the past about its 650 horsepower (485 kilowatts) engine.

A quarter mile time of 14.6 seconds also works well. Because of its all-wheel drive system and ability to take advantage of the traction provided by its tires, this vehicle can achieve this level of performance. Driving the Acura NSX is enjoyable because it is an extremely high-performance sports car. This car has a 0-60 time of 2.5 seconds and a quarter mile time of 14.2 seconds, making it capable of traveling at a top speed of more than 200 mph. Furthermore, the NSX’s all-wheel drive system is designed to handle any terrain or road conditions that may arise. Whether you want a powerful sports car that can handle any kind of driving or a vehicle that can handle any type of terrain, the Acura NSX is an excellent choice.

Acura Nsx For Sale
The Acura NSX for sale is a sports car that was first introduced in 1990. It was designed to compete with the likes of the Porsche 911 and the Chevrolet Corvette. The NSX was Acura’s first foray into the world of supercars and it did not disappoint. The NSX is powered by a 3.0L V6 engine that produces 276 hp and 210 lb-ft of torque. It is rear-wheel drive and has a 5-speed manual transmission. The NSX is not only fast, but it is also extremely reliable and has a reputation for being one of the best handling cars on the road. If you are in the market for a supercar, the Acura NSX should definitely be at the top of your list.

The car has excellent gas mileage as well as excellent handling and other worldly acceleration. I drove my car 2,300 miles in three days, and I am a 6’4″ tall guy. A car like this is not designed to draw attention to itself by being brightly colored or excessively loud. The supercar character shines in track mode. You shouldn’t play Sport because it’s mediocre and the worst of Quiet and Sport Plus modes. There are numerous ways to consider the NSX’s drivetrain. It has a 3.5-liter V6 engine and two turbochargers on the inside and out. An electric motor is located between the V6 and the 9-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission.

The first production model of the NSX was released in Japan in February 1991 as a result of a collaboration between Honda and Acura. In 1993, Acura began selling the Acura NSX in North America, and it went on to sell in Europe and Asia. Following the suspension of production in Japan in December 2001, Honda discontinued the production of the NSX in North America in March 2002. The Acura NSX Zanardi Edition, a limited edition version of the NSX introduced in 1999, is available only to a select group of buyers. Ayrton Senna, a McLaren Formula One driver who died in a car accident in 1988, was the inspiration for the Zanardi Edition. The Acura brand is marking its 25th anniversary this year with the creation of the Zanaardi Edition NSX, in honor of the memory of iconic driver Alfonso Senna. The Zanardi Edition NSX is a 1999 special edition of the NSX. To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Acura’s inception, the company created a limited edition NSX that pays homage to the memory of late driver Alfonso Assis. The Zanardi Edition NSX is a limited edition version of the NSX that was introduced in 1999. The NSX Zanzaardi Edition is a limited production version that was introduced in 1999. Only 51 Acura NSX Zanardi Edition vehicles have ever been built, making it one of the most rare vehicles. If you want one, you’ll have to be willing to pay a lot of money for it. But if you’re a fan of the Senna and want a cool NSX, this is the car for you.

The 2019 Acura Nsx Is A Great Choice For Those Looking For A Fast And Fuel-efficient Car.
Despite its flaws, the Acura NSX is a very fast car. This vehicle can reach 60 mph in just a little over three seconds, and it is one of the most fuel-efficient NSX models on the market, saving more than 50 pounds per mile. If you want to buy a more affordable NSX, the 2019 model should be on your list. It has a starting price of just $150,000, and it has many of the same features as the more expensive model.

New Acura Sports Car Models
With the release of the new NSX, Acura is re-establishing itself as a premier sports car manufacturer. The new NSX is a hybrid supercar that features a twin-turbocharged V6 engine and three electric motors. It’s a true technological tour de force, and it sets the stage for Acura’s future sports cars. The new NSX is just the beginning; Acura has plans to release even more exciting sports cars in the coming years. These new models will build on the success of the NSX and continue Acura’s tradition of delivering high-performance vehicles that are also technologically advanced.

How Much Will The Acura Type S Cost?
The three-row Acura MDX Type S starts at $67,745 and comes with the same 355-hp turbo V-6 as the TLX Type S, and is available starting next week. The 2022 Acura MDX Type S will be available starting next week at dealerships with a starting price of

Acura Nsx Type S Vehicle Type
The Acura NSX Type S is a sports car manufactured by Honda. It was introduced in 1997 as the successor to the Acura NSX. The NSX Type S is a two-door, two-seater coupe with a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout. It is powered by a 3.0 L V6 engine that produces 290 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. The NSX Type S has a curb weight of 3,150 lb and a 0-60 mph time of 5.1 seconds.

During Monterey Car Week, the 2022 Acura NSX Type S was introduced to the world for the first time. The model receives an updated version of its 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 and three-motor hybrid engine, as well as an increase in power. Japan is the first country to sell a Type S-badged NSX. Acura’s Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel-Drive system is still on the sports car. Carbon-fiber roofs are standard and reduce the center of gravity for improved handling. The paint color will be available on 70 of the 350 vehicles manufactured, in addition to Gotham Gray.

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2023.06.07 03:57 Random10187 There was a post saying that game 2 of the final attracted 12 million viewers and that is great for the nba, but compared to other popular sports it’s peanuts. why is that?

I’m not American but i’m big fan of the nba and i see it as a popular sport in the US and abroad especially in Asian countries like China for example. so i’m surprised that an nba final game attracts 12 million viewers while the super bowl attracts 200 million viewers and the champions league final attracts a whopping 700 million viewers.i’m just surprised that a popular sport with popular stars can’t compete? is it because it’s a 7 game series instead of 1? so more people tune to watch an elimination game? or are most people illegally streaming? or is the nba not as popular as i’m imagining?
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2023.06.07 03:57 _unheard_of Why is my anxiety getting worse?

Like idk i am always sad i always feel lost even if i am with my friends i always just wanna sleep in my bed and do nothing..
I dont really understand nothing happened for me to be even sad its just there is this heavy feeling idk how to describe too like i have everything i need i have good friends in college too only two but yep they are nice people... but i am just tired and lost...
I hate it sometimes cause i can't really understand why i feel like heavy in my chest all the freaking time even if ntng really happens
God i am ranting...and the fact that i am the elder daughter of my family of three siblings and there is always this untold and expected responsibilities on my shoulder which never actually gave me a chance to be a kid,i had to look after them and my parents both had health issues like BP and all so we siblings always had to walk on eggshells not to trigger them..
And phew i always wanted to join an architecture school i even wrote entrance exams and my parents did accepted but to my bad luck i wrote engineering entrance too and i got hell of a good rank that i ended up getting into a good college with scholarship and yep i joined engineering lol thinking of jobs and salary, i wanted help my parents as early as i can...
And idk why my mom once suddenly called me selfish it just felt like i did everything for ntng actually...fuck i left architecture which i basically dreamt to join for almost two freaking years lol why am i even complaining it was me who joined in anyways not like my parents forced me to but they wanted me to join and boom the pressure was hell a lot to handle cause my parents have to pay younger sister and brother's tution fees too so i just decided to join and get a job to support ig but it all felt worthless at the movement she called me selfish lol maybe it was just a joke yeahh ig she was just joking...
Maybe i just need a break...this college is sucking my energy i have always been an introvert and anxious,i like my space and found confort when i was by myself but idk now its so hard i feel like over the years i have become so sensite and even more anxious like i feel so heavy in my chest over slightest conversations with others other then my two frnds in college, i dont even stand in the class once i sit on my bench and i feel anxious just to even walk in college like i feel so consious,i just wanna dig a hole and disappear and the fact that i have been trying so hard to overcome the anxious since years i used to be the host of our school i used to be a popular kid yes a quite one but known by everyone cause i used to dance and i was good in sports and studies all my frnds were extroverts in school so i masked my personality too and was basically trying too match their energy which i realised later in high school that it was so hard for me...
I doubt if even my best friend knew when i was hosting with her i used to clutch my mic so hard to stop my hands from shaking out of anxiety...and now in college i was determined to socialise but it was like a reality check for me the only friend i made is a girl which was my high school mate(she is also an introvert and she made a friend which eventually became my friend too so its always us three who be together in college that's it i don't really talk to anyone other then those two girls in class... i am trying really so hard to get better with my anxiey but seems like it just got worse i am tired i just wanna sleep lol without any voices in my head i just wanna sleep...
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2023.06.07 03:56 gab235 [For Sale] Ipad 64gb (9th Gen) Wifi only Silver (Bnew - still sealed)

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2023.06.07 03:56 iSnortedHalfOfPeru Drinking age 21 at bars in ON?

Recently, I went into a bar in southern Ontario and was denied from ordering any alcohol due to the fact that the bar’s policy prevented them from serving anyone under 21 years of age despite the fact that the provincial drinking age is 19. Is it true that bars and restaurants can set their own drinking age? Is that not, to some degree, discriminatory? Using the same argument, what would prevent a bar from making policy that prevented people who were under the age of 50 from ordering alcohol? Is that not discriminatory?
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2023.06.07 03:55 LaniThePessimist [Canada] Looking to upgrade from my Hyundai Venue 2021... with a "box" SUV

Hello all,
For the past 3 months, I have been looking into different potential SUV upgrades. I live in Canada where winters can be rough. My FWD Venue has been somewhat reliable, but its limits were seriously tested during a couple of Quebec snowstorms last winter... Hence why I'd like to move onto something more... reliable.
As background, I always wanted a "rugged" car just for the looks. As a teen, I dreamt of driving a Wrangler. I'm not the kind of outdoorsman who will take his SUV in the mud or up hills. My vehicle gets me from point A to B (my daily driver), is exclusively for city driving and some highways on weekends. I'd like a 4 door / 5 seater. Higher up. AWD. Nice indoor tech. Fuel efficiency is a mid level factor (hybrid is a plus).
Currently, I am paying 145$ (tax in) bi-weekly and my lease ends July 1st 2025. I am open to upgrading now, but I'm not really in a rush. I wouldn't mind anything up to 500$ (tax in) bi-weekly. By then, I will have completed my medical residency and have a significantly higher salary.
SUVs I am interested in :
I am open to suggestions. The reason why I decided to post here is because I tend to be fixated on what I find interesting without looking outwards. However, I know that I am quite open minded and curious when something is proposed... I need to broaden my horizons.
I've seen a lot of positive comments with regards to the RAV4. Although I'm not a fan of the outer look, if the quality of the vehicle is there, I might look further into it and go for a test drive. Lastly, I read some online rumors about a potential Bronco Sport Hybrid coming out in 2024. If true, that choice would be quite enticing.
I am available to answer any further questions and to engage with the community. I apologize if there lack proper organization in my post.
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