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2023.06.07 04:51 Impressive-Bad-8023 rate my resume

Hey, much like all of you i'm trying to get a new job because the one i have suck and prettty much don't have it any more becuase my boss is a... well an other word for donkey. that said a couple days a go i sent my resume for evauletion on an free website. and the finding were not good and the charge an arm and a leg to fixit. so i was hoping to get a second opinion. if im aloud too paste it here without my name and contact info and company names ofcourse. Any help would be welcome

Professional Summary
Experienced warehouse lead, that has worked tirelessly in a retail warehouse for the last eight years. Skilled in varies management areas and very detail oriented. Also, very talented in the area of inventory management and control.
Objective Statement
To obtain a position within a company or organization that will provide me with the opportunity to learn and grow. An organization that I can focus on rising company standards and achieving sales goals.
Core Qualifications
● Leadership Skills
● Team Player
● Time Management
● Quick learner
● MS Office
● Creative Problem Solving
● Forklift Experience
● Inventory Control
● Inventory Management
● Supervisory Experience
● Scheduling
Warehouse Lead Nov 2016 - present
Newport News Va.
● Recommend or initiate personnel actions, such as promotions, transfers, or disciplinary measures.
● Prepare and maintain work records and reports of information such as employee time and wages, daily receipts, or inspection results.
● Quote prices to customers.
● Schedule times of shipment and modes of transportation for materials.
● Review work throughout the work process and at completion to ensure that it has been performed properly.
● Transmit and explain work orders to laborers.
● Resolve personnel problems, complaints, or formal grievances when possible, or refer them to higher-level supervisors for resolution.
● Aid in balancing books, tracking, monitoring, or projecting a unit's budget needs and in developing unit policies and procedures.
● Inform designated employees or departments of items loaded or problems encountered.
● Plan work schedules and assign duties to maintain adequate staff for effective performance of activities and response to fluctuating workloads.
● Check specifications of materials loaded or unloaded against information contained in work orders.
● Assess training needs of staff and arrange for or provide appropriate instruction.
● Inspect job sites to determine the extent of maintenance or repairs needed.
● Inventory supplies and requisition or purchase additional items, as necessary.
● Maintain a safe working environment by monitoring safety procedures and equipment.
● Collaborate with workers and managers to solve work-related problems.
Warehouse Associate Aug 2013- Nov 2016
Newport News Va.
● Loading and unloading of trucks.
● Moving of merchandise to and from the sales floor.
● Opening and preparation of merchandise.
● Clean and maintain the sales floor and warehouse.
Delivery Driver May. 2018- May 2019
Newport News VA.
● Delivered pizza, drinks, and other items with my order to the customer in a timely manner, well also minding the rules of the road.
Area Host Feb 2012- Aug 2013
Williamsburg Va.
● Mostly custodial work.
Cook Jun 2006 - Aug 2006
Ecorse Mi
● Maintain kitchen stocks.
● Operate the grill drop fries and hash browns.
● Maintain a clean work environment.
General Arts 2009- 2011
Associate in arts / not obtained.
, Mi
Game Design 2006 -2008
Bachelors in arts / not obtained.
Troy, Mi
High school diploma 2005- 2006
, Mi
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2023.06.07 04:49 windqiu Comparing Concrete Boom Pump Sizes

Comparing Concrete Boom Pump Sizes
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2023.06.07 03:43 Expensive-Two-8128 My mind cannot be changed: There has never been a better, more worthy leader to trust COMPLETELY with BILLIONS (and soon-to-be TRILLIONS) of our hard-earned money — Article by Ryan Cohen, May 4, 2020

A note before RC’s article below: If you are ever fearful, uncertain, and/or doubtful about GameStop’s ability to overcome the parasitic criminal shorts, JUST REMEMBER: THIS is the man we’ve entrusted with BILLIONS of dollars. Read it, read it again, and then watch the FUD completely evaporate
Link to original article:
By Ryan Cohen May 4, 2020
Everything I know — from empathy to the principles of making money — I learned by following in the footsteps of my late father, Ted Cohen. We spoke for hours every day. He was, and always will be, my best friend, advisor and biggest advocate. A successful glassware importer with an impeccable work ethic, my father never missed a day on the job. If he were here today, he’d be worried about the millions of unemployed and struggling businesses across the country. The warehouse workers, drivers, construction workers and small-business owners — those are the people he respected most. Looking back on his life and influence, the following five principles he showed me were critical to my success building and investing.
Watch your expenses
Disciplined capital allocation is one of the most important skills for running a successful business. Thanks to my father, I had the privilege of learning this firsthand. He kept track of every expense —his power bills, daily gasoline prices that impacted transportation costs, the individual prices of hundreds of glassware products that he sold. My father also kept tabs on Chewy’s metrics. He memorized the key performance indicators in both of our businesses.
At Chewy, we had maniacal discipline when it came to how we spent money. The company-wide culture of frugality came from his example. Free cash flow was our unwavering governor of growth. We grew Chewy from $200 million in sales in 2013 to $3.5 billion in 2018 while spending only $130 million in capital, all of which went into opening distribution centers across the country and acquiring new customers.
Delight your customers
My father always repeated this quote from his own father: “If you take a carload of this (pointing to a pallet of glassware) you’ll make more money. But if you take a carload of that (pointing to a different pallet), you’ll make less money, but you’ll keep the customer. So, take a carload of that.”
When we started Chewy in 2011, selling pet food online wasn’t a novel idea. The field was crowded with competitors, including Amazon. But our mission was to delight customers in a more personal way. We believed combining the experience of the neighborhood pet store with the convenience of shopping online was a key differentiator. The focus was fast shipping, competitive pricing and providing customers with a hyper-specialized experience. My father showed me how building lifelong relationships with customers was far more valuable than optimizing for short-term profits.
Be the person others want to follow
My father led by example, but not in a deliberate way. It’s who he was. He never patronized anyone. He admired the blue-collar worker. I watched him roll up his sleeves and help his employees move shipments of glassware from trucks into the warehouse, then put his suit jacket back on, shirt drenched in sweat, and do administrative work. I’ve never seen anyone work harder.
I was fortunate to find employees at Chewy who worked relentlessly to grow the company from a three-person operation to a household brand with more than 10,000 employees. We didn’t disrupt the pet industry by accident. Our team made huge sacrifices. We opened our first fulfillment center in early 2014, and everything from the warehouse management system to the Wi-Fi would constantly break down. The team worked 16-hour days for weeks until our supply chain was humming. Everyone from the fulfillment staff to the directors and executives were committed to Chewy’s success. You don’t get that level of dedication by leading through fear. My father always said, “You catch more bees with honey than with vinegar.”
Take the long view
My father was never looking to make a quick buck. He had no interest in material possessions. Every year, through thick and thin, he invested his savings into the stock market. He believed the real money was made through time in the market, not timing the market. When I was 13, he gave me a chart comparing real estate to stock market returns since the 1920s. Real estate annualized returns were around 4 percent, and the stock market was around 9 percent. It didn’t take long for me to figure out which I preferred. I’ve been investing ever since. My father never invested in any fancy funds or paid management fees. He bought blue chip companies and held them forever. His 20-year annualized stock returns were over 10 percent. He never borrowed money or paid interest.
As we scaled Chewy, many advised us to slow down and raise prices. We disagreed. Key to our success was obsessing over customers and market leadership. Over the long term, customers and profits intersect.
Trust yourself
Entrepreneurs don’t operate with a handbook. My father taught me how to be independent and trust my own moral compass. He encouraged me to separate myself from the herd and think critically. When I told him I had no desire to go to college, he shrugged. Whether he agreed with my decisions or not, he supported me unconditionally. Letting me make my own decisions sowed the seeds for me to become an entrepreneur. The confidence to never compromise my vision of building Chewy into the largest pet retailer came from knowing if I failed, he would always love me.
For 45 years, he was the first employee to open his office and last one to leave. He showed me how perseverance and discipline ultimately pay off. Not only was his work ethic unmatched, so was his commitment to family. He gave me unconditional love and showed me how to be a father. Above all, he taught me that the best decisions come from heart, instincts and empathy.
Dad, I will forever be grateful.
Ryan Cohen is the founder and former CEO of, a company he started when he was 25 years old. In 2017, Cohen made history when he sold Chewy to PetSmart for $3.35 billion in the largest ecommerce deal in history. In 2019, Chewy went public at a valuation of $8.7 billion.
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2023.06.07 03:05 Forgetaboutthelonely Dating trans girls is great!

So I made a post in another sub talking about my recent experiences with dating trans women and a user thought my thoughts may be appreciated here.
So I figured I'd post them. I'm an AMAB nonbinary person. But I generally present fairly masculine out of sheer aesthetic convenience.
All my life until recently I've been doing the "Straight cisgender man seeking straight cisgender woman" schtick. But after a pretty amicable breakup with my now ex I decided to open up my online dating apps to everybody.
Since then I've been pretty much exclusively dating trans women. Not out of any specific decision. But I've found out that I absolutely LOVE dating trans women.
I don't know what it is exactly. Probably a number of things. But I've never before felt so wanted.
In the last few months I have had more fun, Felt more wanted, More accepted, more sexually desirable and more..... human?
So so many cisgender women would just ghost me if I wasn't jumping through hoops to "prove myself" to her. I've had more than one cisgender woman bluntly ask for a hookup only to ghost me when I didn't have a truck(not car, Specifically a truck) of my own to drive them around in. So so many times with dating cisgender women I've been treated like I'm some beast of burden. Like It's my duty to provide for them and my reward was them spreading their legs for some dispassionate emotionless missionary.
That's been my experience dating Cisgender women lately.
My experience dating trans women has been everything I've craved.
I've been approached. More than once now I've had absolutely beautiful transgender women send me the first message. And ask about me. What I like and not just what I do for work. How I feel and not just what I've done.
We've gone on simple yet amazingly romantic dates. Bike rides in the park on edibles to just getting fast food delivered and watching youtube videos on our shared interests while cuddling.
And don't get me started on the sex. And it's not just because of the familiarity trans women have with how a dick works. The passion is so real. sex feels like something they want to do. And not just a concession for an expensive date.
And the communication is so forward. I'm so so sick of being with a cisgender woman and having her kind of expect me to just know what she wants me to do or not to do.
Whereas the trans girls I've been with have openly communicated what they liked and disliked. Like I had such a nice moment with a beautiful girl I hooked up with a while back where we were in the heat of the horizontal monster mash and she stated "I don't feel feminine doing this" And we stopped and had a little chat on how we could be more physically affirming to her while being intimate. and we rearranged ourselves and continued to have sweaty passionate sex. I WISH that was the norm for cisgender women. I've felt so gross in the past because I almost felt like I needed to force my sexuality on girls to have it acknowledged.
Whereas now that I've started dating trans girls my sexuality feels recognized. Like I don't feel like I'm being manipulated to do things for sex. It just feels like sex is something we both want to enjoy with one another.
And I just love the way they've all reacted so viscerally to my words and actions.
Like a brush of the fingers along their shoulders or thigh and just whispering something I thought was cute about them and they just melt into my arms like I'm the only thing they want in the universe. God how I've craved that feeling!
And like. I won't lie I love seeing some of the reactions I get just from simple compliments or affirmations. Like I was cuddling with this one girl and watching youtube. And an ad for whatever the newest disney princess junk is for sale came on. So I asked her what princess she wanted to be as a little girl. And I just felt her hand grip my leg. So I just rubbed her head and started suggesting which ones I though she most looked like. She later told me that nobody had ever asked her anything like that. And that it made her feel really amazing. And I didn't even have to try!
It's so fucking great! And don't get me wrong. Dick is great too, But you don't need to enjoy dick to enjoy having sex with somebody who has one.
Some of the best sex I've had recently was non penetrative. We just caressed and got comfortable with one another's bodies until we were both satisfied.
I really hope more people start to see just how great dating trans women is. Cause there's a lot of people that are missing out on the absolutely amazing time I've been having lately.
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2023.06.07 03:05 CharlieMyBoy [US] [H] All sorts of books [W] Paypal

Books for sale in the U.S. only. More pictures provided upon request.
Please pay via PayPal and select Goods & Services. Shipping not included in prices. Post will also be cross-posted to a Facebook group.
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2023.06.07 02:40 ancalagontheblack92 NTD M12 Installation Driver

NTD M12 Installation Driver
I've been doing Home Security for about 17 years. I was looking for a new lightweight drill driver for service calls/installs. I've pretty much been a Makita guy and was running the 18v Subcompact stuff for a few years. Lately Id been leaving the drills in the truck and was just bringing in a ratcheting screwdriver on calls, I got sick of my pants being pulled down when I clipped the drill onto my belt. I've also been doing alot of woodworking lately and wanting something small and light for assembly.
Anyway I kept seeing videos and kept checking out the m12 stuff in HD. I ended up grabbing the Installation Driver and a 5AH batt on a sale from HD and I'm in love. Its light, comfortable, and plenty powerful enough for what I need. Its smaller and lighter than my Makitas. Its such a great tool.
I grabbed a packout case for it and ordered a insert from 10spottools. Im def addicted to the red stuff now. I had been running the Milwaukee diagonal cutters, and ratcheting screwdriver for hand tools but now Im eyeballing some more m12 stuff for work. Want to redo my service van storage all in Packout.
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2023.06.07 02:32 Jaymez82 How’s the rollout going?

I had been following the rollout of the Maverick for a while and it appears to be a complete shit show. Poor communication from Ford. Dealers surprising people with ridiculous markups. Extended wait times with some people waiting nearly 2 years to get their trucks. It was enough to completely sour me on the vehicle.
Now I am in a position to buy something completely different. The Lightning is in my grasp! Fords website indicates if I order now, I can expect it before Christmas. Is that reasonable? I read a while back that Ford was putting something in place to handle all EV sales online to bypass shady dealer sales tricks. Did that happen?
Also, are all Ford dealers able to service these trucks or is it specialized? One of the big draws to Ford, for me , at the moment is the dealer network. It’s a three hour drive to the nearest Rivian Service Center.
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2023.06.07 02:02 flip_phone_phil 2023 Ford Bronco Upgrades?

Hi all,
Could really use some help from you experts. I own a new model 4 door Ford Bronco with one of the worst stock sound systems I’ve ever experienced. My #1 complaint is the lack of bass and that’s where I’d like to spend some money improving things.
TL;DR: I need recommendations to get some bass into this truck.
I’m not looking to DIY this thing considering all of the other electronics that are involved. I want the new speakers, amp, or subs to play nicely with all the other software.
Questions: any suggestions on what I should consider or where to start? When I visit a car audio shop, what am I asking them for beyond recommending an amp and subwoofer combo? Ballpark costs of what I should be thinking about to get this sounding decent?
My first trip to a local Cartoys was kind of a disaster. One sales guy recommended a bunch of shit that another sales guy there disagreed with. And then the tech installer was getting all excited about some full blown custom fiberglass buildout that he could do for me. Haha. Sounded like on the low end it would’ve been around $1,600 up to about $7,500 for this custom thing he was rambling about.
Anyway, would love some thoughts.
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2023.06.07 01:34 atenxiaz After many years of dreaming and hard work, I can now say I am a proud Cruiser owner! ‘99 with 322k miles…1 previous owner, never left Arizona.

After many years of dreaming and hard work, I can now say I am a proud Cruiser owner! ‘99 with 322k miles…1 previous owner, never left Arizona.
Having owned everything from Corollas and Celicas to Tundras, the Cruiser rounds out my family’s ownership of Toyotas. The truck I was driving previously was my mom’s 2WD ‘99 4runner. Being the first car in my name, I have a lot of pride in driving and having such a capable platform; the build out is going to be centered around travel on the Pan-American Highway. Think more long tour than rock crawler. It’s pure dentist/lawyeinsurance broker spec right now. Anyone have 16” steel wheels for sale?
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2023.06.07 01:04 hannahssbananass Phone interview?

I got approved for snap sometime in May and I noticed I have another phone interview in about 5 months. I was wondering what I should expect on the 2nd interview? Do I have to resubmit all my verification or do they simply call and ask if anything is changed? I’m worried I’m going to loose my food stamps because during my first interview she had asked me about my income and bills. I work about 20 hours a week at my job which puts me about $150 dollars short on my monthly bills and she questioned me how I’m getting those bills paid and I told her that usually my dad will let me borrow money from him when I’m short. I told her I could request 30 hours at my job and she asked me to get it in writing and I got my supervisor to agree but he noted that “based on business needs we can accommodate 30 hours a week” which I work retail and depending on if our truck gets cancelled or anything I could be sent home early and corporate could cut hours depending on sales. Plus, now it’s summer time and I have no child care so I haven’t been meeting that 30 hour a week. I’m worried with my 2nd interview she will pull up my average hours at my job and question why I haven’t been working those 30 hours. How likely am I to lose my food stamps? I’m just at a loss because I don’t have childcare. I’m separated with my husband whom lives outside of my home and he is unreliable. I live in Tennessee.
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2023.06.07 00:27 backend_of_forever My son found a French phrasebook with a receipt tucked inside during our vacation in Florida. It was originally purchased by someone in 1995 in the city of Cincinnati, OH

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2023.06.07 00:19 Cullin_Bees_Garden 🌵 Event Corpus Christy Texas

🌵 Event Corpus Christy Texas
10.14.2023 lost of 🌵
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2023.06.07 00:16 Cullin_Bees_Garden 🌵 Corpus Christy Event

🌵 Corpus Christy Event
10.14.2023 lots of 🌵
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2023.06.07 00:14 Cullin_Bees_Garden 🌵 event in Texas, Corpus Christy

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2023.06.07 00:00 Mizzno [H] Games [W] Lost Ruins, Lone Fungus, Offers

For sale, for Steam gift cards (or gifted Steam Wallet balance):

For trade:
*tentatively up for trade, assuming I buy the bundle


IGS Rep Page:
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2023.06.06 23:30 khoafraelich789 GM To Pause Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra Production At Fort Wayne Plant

GM To Pause Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra Production At Fort Wayne Plant
GM plans to pause production of the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks for two weeks at one of its truck plants, starting in late March. The pause will take place at GM’s Fort Wayne Assembly plant located in Indiana, and will begin on the week of March 27th, 2023.

The production pause is intended to “help maintain optimal inventory levels” according to Cherry Weiland, the Fort Wayne facility’s Assistant Plant Director. GM wants to “proactively” keep inventory within certain limits, The Detroit News reports, targeting a 50 to 60 days supply that roughly matches the 60 days supply preferred by the auto industry before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chevrolet slightly exceeded this inventory optimum in December 2022. Production and shipment continued improving during that month, while sales remained basically flat. As a result, inventory at dealerships climbed to just above 60 days.

During December, it was noted new vehicle supply rose 66 percent year-over-year, but sales increased just 2 percent. Analysts noted this would lead to growth in incentives and discounts to move new vehicles off lots faster. New vehicle prices and interest rates are high while used car prices are dropping, causing an exodus of customers from new vehicle sales as they look for a thriftier used option.

GM CFO Paul Jacobson stated in the January 31st earnings report that The General is actively managing production to match up supply with demand. A backlog of unsold Chevy Silverado truck inventory is currently adding up with 100 days supply reported at the end of January 2023.

The two-week pause will give demand to catch up with supply and clear out some of the accumulated Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra trucks. GM’s three other full-size truck facilities in Flint, Michigan, Canada, and Mexico will continue operating and producing vehicles while Fort Wayne Assembly is shut down. The Chevy Silverado is the top seller among the Bow Tie’s nameplates.

GM anticipates $10.5 billion to $12.5 billion in adjusted earnings for 2023 despite slackening demand, with inventory management such as the two-week idling of Fort Wayne Assembly already accounted for in its financial forecasts. February sales volume should be sustained by fleet sales according to some analysts.

Source: gmauthority
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2023.06.06 22:24 nolabrew Saw a familiar face at the National Museum of African American History. RIP.

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2023.06.06 21:56 Anonymiss52 A raccoon will shred through this super easy, won’t it?

A raccoon will shred through this super easy, won’t it?
I figure it will but I’m curious if anyone has tried this as a roof for their runs? I could get one of those corrugated roof panels but I’m just wondering about this as well. Some reviews mention using it for their chicken runs.
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2023.06.06 21:39 Scott_Jenkins-Martin [US] [Selling] New and used 4K/Blu-ray/DVD/VHS

PayPal accepted, add $4.50 shipping for any quantity of discs.
New/Used 4K/BD
Used BD #1
Used BD #2
New/Used DVD/VHS
For Sale/Trade
$11 - The Celluloid Closet
$33 - Ran (steelbook)
$43 - Starship Troopers (Dolby Vision Steelbook)
$22 - True Romance (steelbook)
Used 4K UHD *
$8 - Doctor Sleep
$5 - Jumanji Steelbook (damage to back of steelbook
New Blu-Ray *
$16 - Weird Science (Arrow steelbook)
$4 A Clockwork Orange
$4 - Fringe S1 (lenticular slip)
$4 - Game of Thrones S2
$4 - The Matrix 4 Films collection (Matrix 1-3 + The Animatrix)
$14 - Mallrats (Arrow)
$4 - Men in Black
$5 - Moon (slipcover)
$17 - Naked Lunch (Criterion)
$4 - Observe and Report (slipcover)
$4 - The Shawshank Redemption
$17 - Short Cuts (Criterion)
$25 - The X-Files Season 5
$25 - The X-Files Season 6
$30 - The X-Files Season 8
$30 - The X-Files Season 9
$9 - Dazed and Confused (Criterion)
$4 - Scott Pilgrim w/slip
$10 - The Godfather Trilogy (The Coppola Restoration)
$14 - Westworld season 3 w/ holographic slip
$9 - Chernobyl
$4 - Wolf of Wall Street w/slip
$2 BLU-RAYS: *
Casino Royale (Craig)
Deep Impact
Ender’s Game
Ghost in the Shell (2017)
The Gift
The Hitman’s Bodyguard
The Hobbit - An Unexpected Journey
Hotel Transylvania (split from 2 pack, cover is cut)
Jurassic World (printed custom cover)
Legend of the Guardians: The owls…
Men in Black 2
Men in Black 3
Monster House (printed cover)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Pan’s Labyrinth
The Prestige
Quantum of Solace
Robocop (2014)
Star Trek: Into Darkness (clear plastic art slip)
Star Trek: Into Darkness (paper slip, no DVD)
Superman: The Movie
Transformers: Age of Extinction
The Usual Suspects
V for Vendetta
X-Men Apocalypse
$3 BLU-RAYS: *
Avengers Infinity War (slip)
Batman Begins
The Dark Knight (slip)
The Dark Knight Rises (slip)
Deadpool 2
Dredd w/slip
Ex Machina
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (slip)
The Hunger Games
The Hunger Games Catching Fire
Interstellar (slip)
Jurassic Park
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (slip)
Jurassic Park III (slip)
Looper (slip
A Quiet Place
Ready Player One (slip)
Unsane (unused, no code)
New DVD * $55 - Transformers: Victory (sealed, OOP)
$18 - Lucas
Used DVD * $12 - Kids (OOP)
$8 - Piranha (Shout Factory lenticular slip)
$70 - Beast Wars complete series (hard box with all inserts/comic book, OOP)
USED VHS * $100 - Nightmare (1981)
$35 - Alone in the Dark (side-loader, former rental)
$50 - Sonic the Hedgehog movie
My Wants (Will Trade or buy, depending on title)
Blu-Ray: * Dragnet (Shout)
Gravity 3D
Super Mario Bros (1993, Australian)
Biloxi Blues
Project-X (1987)
American Splendor
Golgo 13
Dead Alive
A time to kill
Meet the Feebles
Super Troopers 1&2, or 2 alone
Heavenly Creatures
Welcome to the dollhouse
Glengarry glen ross (shout)
Mars Attacks
Mean Girls
Honey I Shrunk The Kids
Honey I Blew up the kid
The Mist
Drunken Master
The Fugitive
Jackie Brown
Little Shop of Horrors
Bachelor Party
The Fall
Once Upon a Deadpool
How to Train Your Dragon(s) 3D
Criterion Godzilla Showa collection Envy
* Babylon
Naked Lunch
War Dogs
Scott Pilgrim
Dazed and Confused
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Karate Kid trilogy
X-Men trilogy
Westworld (all seasons)
I am legend
District 9
Peanuts holiday collection Super 8
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
King Kong (1976)
In Bruges
Uncut Gems
All Quiet on the Western Front
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Time Bandits
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Home Alone
Bubba Ho Tep
T2 Trainspotting
Texas Chainsaw (Second Sight)
The Princess Bride
Mad Max box
Man of Steel
It 1&2
Batman Returns
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2023.06.06 21:32 penguinflew 2011 6spd 153000 tc

My backordered ford truck is here & I am going to list my TC for sale in St. Louis, MO.
Front tires are 9/10, rears are older. Had to replace 2 due to tire damage.
Will be getting dealer oil change, just had safety and emissions done. And get her cleaned up.
Have original 3 keys. Window Tinting and tc floormats. She's been fun and great to me over the 2 years I had her.
I'll miss the 6spd the most.
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2023.06.06 21:10 ranger_dood Keuka Lake Gravel Classic - Ride Report

I'm going to go ahead and flair this a "ride" rather than a race. I took part in the "25" mile short course (actually 30 miles), which was timed but non-competitive with no awards.
If anyone's been following along with my various posts and comments, this was my first organized cycling event, and as such I don't have any points of comparison. This is more about putting my personal experiences of the day down in writing and sharing with others who might be new to the "scene" as well.
To be honest, I was very unprepared for this race. I signed up for it shortly after buying my Trek Marlin 5 as motivation to get out riding. In that regard it worked, but I was short on time to get much training in. I rode a total of 127 miles in 10 rides prior to the day of the KLGC, with my longest ride being 20 miles the week before. I had a little bit of a running base, so I wasn't completely green, but we all know different muscles are used for each.
I was definitely concerned about the length as well as the elevation this ride presented.
Morning of
Up at 6:30 AM to get on the road by 7:15. Stopped at a sheetz and got a breakfast croissant, iced tea (my morning caffeine), water, and some peanut M&Ms for ride fuel. I had a 2 1/2 hour drive to make, and was trying to hydrate as much as I could, so I ended up having to stop a total of 3 times on the way up. This put me behind schedule and I ended up not arriving until 10:30am. I was one of the last ones in the parking lot.
On the plus side, there was no line to get my bib. I grabbed it and went back to the car to get combobulated. I had just enough time to get the bike ready, get sunscreen on, get my bib situated on my jersey, and hit the bathroom for one more pee (again, no line as they had already announced several times that we were supposed to be at the start line).
In retrospect, I definitely should've gotten there 15-30 minutes earlier to be a little less rushed. However, it did mean that I didn't have enough time to get a bunch of nerves built up (granted, I'd already been doing that in the car ride up).
The Ride
So, the important part. Having watched the long course riders take off, I lined up at the very back of the short course field. I was hoping that being at the back would keep me from taking off too fast. It worked for about 1/2 mile until I couldn't take being behind someone any more and started riding at a comfortable pace. Unfortunately, a comfortable pace at the beginning of the ride proved to be too fast (duh).
The first 5 miles ticked by quickly. We rode some pavement and made a lovely climb through a vineyard. The top of the climb had the nicest view of the lake, and I wish I would've taken 30 seconds to stop and grab a picture. I felt it was too early for a break, though, and kept plugging along.
After the vineyard, we zipped down a short paved section and then made a right turn onto The Hilltm .
It was everything I hoped it wouldn't be. The gravel surface was fine, no issues there, but the grade was impressive. It was at this point that I was very happy to be on a 29'er with low gearing. Lots of people were walking their bikes, and even some of those had to stop for a breather partway. I honestly think this was where I made up most of my positions on the board.
I stayed clipped in and just plugged along. There were a few points where I thought about stopping and walking, but I was afraid I couldn't get unclipped and put my feet down in time if I tried to stop. By the top, my lungs were screaming, but I made it. The decision to ride it out may have been a poor one, as this is about the point where my right knee started to hurt.
What goes up does indeed have to come down (at least when you're riding a circuit), and the course was no exception. At this point, I was actually happy that I'd caught up to 2 riders who were being slightly cautious on the downhill. There's a good chance I might've stretched it out a little too much and lost control on an unfamiliar surface if I'd had the road wide open in front of me.
The rest of the ride had some long stretches of pavement, but decidedly tamer terrain. I periodically popped a few M&Ms and kept hydrating, but I wasn't really sure how often I should be eating as I was now in uncharted territory as far as ride length. My knee really started to bother me, and that was taking most of my attention.
For a while I could get around the knee pain by getting up on the pedals, but by the final 2 hills the stabilizing muscles were done for as well. Speaking of, as we turned onto the final road that was going to take us back to the brewery, my watch showed 2.5 miles to the finish. Just as we were approaching Pulteney, we were suddenly directed off-course by a road closure.
This may have been announced at the starting line when I was rushing around getting ready, but it was a surprise to me. The official course arrows were set up to direct us on a short detour, though, and we soon rejoined the main road.
As we finished up the last 2 miles, I was just done. The saddle that I'd chosen to replace the factory one on my Marlin was not doing me any favors. My knee was hurting and I couldn't get up on the pedals to relieve my seat pain anymore. As I got within sight of the finish line, I had nothing left to cross at any sort of an impressive pace. The 25+ mile course ended a hair over 30 miles.
Post Race
I took my time getting discombobulated post-race. First order of business was getting out of my sweaty riding stuff and back into street clothes. I don't know how people were still walking around with their kit on hours later when there were bathrooms available for changing. I was happy to have remembered baby wipes for cleaning off the dust/sunscreen mix that was all over my arms and legs.
I wandered back towards the brewery to scope out the food situation. There were 2 options - Tacos or pizza. The tacos smelled great, but I wasn't 100% confident in my digestive system's status at that moment, and opted for a BBQ chicken pizza instead.
As I sat in the grass waiting for my pizza, there was a long line of new orders being taken. At one point I heard the guy say it would be 45 minutes to someone who had placed their order probably 15 minutes after me. As the time ticked on, I observed several people come up to inquire about the status of their pizza. The responses were a bit exasperated indicating that they would be out when they were done. The staff were obviously working as fast as possible, and honestly it was impressive how many pies they were turning out of one oven.
Not wanting to add to their stress, I sat and waited, growing hungrier with each passing pie. Finally after an hour and a half, most everyone around me was done and gone... the podiums and awards were complete, and I wasn't certain I could muster the energy to flag down the delivery guy. But I did, and although he didn't admit it, after going and looking for my order he somewhat sheepishly came back and asked what I had ordered, so I'm almost certain that my slip had gotten lost. Perhaps whisked away by the unrelenting wind.
After another 10 minutes, I had my pizza and downed it with (perhaps a bit too much) gusto. It was good, but I definitely shouldn't have waited that long to ask about it.
Would I do it again? Yeah, probably. I do feel that there was a lot of pavement for a "gravel" ride. Maybe the long course ends up with a higher % of gravel, but the short definitely had a lot of pavement. The gravel itself was good, though. Course conditions were great, although obviously dry with the lack of rain we've had. The weather was ALMOST perfect, but the wind knocked that down a few points.
The ride was very well supported. I had the course loaded in my Garmin watch in case I zoned out, but the turns were also well-marked and major intersections had traffic control courtesy of local fire and police departments. I saw the support truck several times and never felt like I was far from help if I needed it.
Post race was a little bit disappointing. I'm not sure if I missed something, but after crossing the line I just rode back to my car, and then had to go to the brewery to buy something to drink to supplant my now-empty water bottles. I know a lot of people were going for the post-ride beer anyway, but I don't drink so it would've been nice to see some complementary water or something.
Now that I've got one down, I'm looking forward to seeking out other local rides and continuing to build my abilities!
Pictures from the day (none of the course, sorry... I was concentrating on finishing) -
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