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2023.06.02 09:28 Spicepun Should I take this new job offer?

Hey all! I’ll try to keep this concise but looking for some advice. Right now I work as a Jr Systems Admin at a prominent credit union making about 72k a year. The facilities and company are just spot on. Amazing offices and on site cafe, coffee, gym, etc. The actual work I do itself is NOT where I wanna be.
Recently got my CCNA and Sec+ and just now got an offer for a Jr Network Engineer which is the job I want to be doing. Salary is 82k, for an ISP servicing my county. They work on the courthouses, fire stations, public libraries. They do the infra for the county basically.
Problem is I went in for an on-site and the facilities and building are VERY run down and the offices and desks are really old and worn out. Basically the work itself seems perfect for me. But the location is a huge downgrade.
Thoughts and advice?
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2023.06.02 07:03 Homes_With_Jan Weekend events!

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2023.06.02 05:50 ThrowAway7s2 "Harold Berquist — Man of Iron" from the January 15, 1970 Door County Advocate

Harold Berquist — Man of Iron

Hjalmer Holand would have loved Harold Berquist. He is the stuff from which heroes are made. If Holand, that unforgettable chronicler of Door county events, were still alive this is the way he may have written the saga of Harold Berquist.
— ****
Harold Berquist, a 60 year old bachelor living in Baileys Harbor, eked out a meager living cutting wood in a densely forested area north of the village. On Wednesday last (Jan. 7) Berquist, working done as usual, had completed his day's chores and was on his way back to his humble cabin.'
On the way he stumbled against a tree stump and dislocated a knee. The blow forced him to the ground where he knelt on all fours. Time after time the stalwart woodsman tried to stand but the pain prohibited him from rising. In desperation be began crawling home through deep snow and in sub zero weather.
Night found him a mile from his cabin still crawling blindly towards safety. Knowing it would be useless to continue his painful journey in the dark, Berquist crawled into a fairly protected area and spent the night beating his hands against his face and rubbing the extremities of his body as vigorously as his waning strength would allow.
When daybreak at last made its hesitant appearance, the enfeebled sufferer again began his tortuous way home. He had a mile to go and by steadfastly crawling with only occasional stops to rest, arrived at his cabin shortly after noon on Thursday. Alas, the cabin was cold, his wood fire long extinguished and the temperature indoors was not much warmer, than that of the wilderness he had just left.
Berquist, still crawling, made his way to the woodpile and started a roaring fire before throwing himself exhausted on his bed. He then realized that his dislocated knee would have to be set. By bracing both feet under the footboard, lying flat on his back and jerking his injured leg as hard as he could he managed to get his kneecap back in place. This was Thursday.
Friday, he lay all alone—miles from civilization, miles from a telephone, miles from help of any kind. His feet were causing excruciating pain, his swollen knee ached unbearably and the poor man faced an uncertain and possibly short lived future.
Saturday was no better. His isolated cabin saw few visitors and even fewer snowplows. In desperation Berquist tried to relieve the pain in his frostbitten toes with homemade remedies—to no avail.
Then, at last, on Saturday evening a welcome bock sounded on the door. It was Berquist's nephew coming to pay his isolated uncle a visit. As soon as he became aware of the situation the young man immediately went for help. Snowplows gouged a road to the remote Berquist home wide enough to accommodate an ambulance. Stilled hands lifted the hardy old warrior to a stretcher and inside half-an-hour the suffering but still cheerful accident victim was in a warm hospital room.
"His toes were badly frostbitten but his overall condition was excellent. As a veteran he is eligible for admission to Wood hospital and in accordance with his request, his local doctor sent him there this week.
If anyone would like to write and congratulate him on his fortitude, courage and spirit address a card to Harold Berquist, Wood Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.\_id=1e8fc801-90a4-4104-8e86-19a1ea0947dc/wsbd0000/20151119/00001048
Courtesy of the Door County Library Newspaper Archive
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2023.06.02 05:45 am710 Interested in leaving Indiana

Hi everyone. My husband and I (both early 30s) are interested in moving out of state. We currently reside in Indianapolis and we are tired of Indiana. We both grew up here (though I went to an out of state college) and we're interested in spreading our wings. Our politics suck, our state is dirty, and our roads are terrible. We are mainly interested in staying in the Midwest, though we're open-minded. A little about us...
-Both government employees and interested in staying government employees. We currently work for the state, but we are willing to work in whatever level of government--city, county, state, feds, etc.
-Early 30s
-No kids or plans to have kids
-We do have a bunch of pets. 5 cats and 3 dogs, and we're always open to adopting more.
-Husband is a big sports fan and wouldn't mind being somewhere with sports teams.
-I'm a big reader and I value a great public library system.
-We're big horror fans and very big on Halloween--haunted houses, festivals, etc.
-We love to travel, so proximity to a major airport and interstates would be good.
-We both love food, so a lot of good food options are preferable!
What we want in a new home...
-Purple to blue politics, including living in a state with safe and legal abortion. We would prefer a blue Congressional district. We're both very politically active, so we would also like to live somewhere with a lot of political volunteer opportunities.
-Milder summers than Indiana has and more cold and snow in the winter. Four seasons are important to us!
-A city that doesn't have a super low pet limit law, or a pet limit law at all. We need to be able to legally have all of our current pets. This one is non-negotiable.
-A good Halloween scene, meaning haunted houses, pumpkin patches, parades, festivals, etc.
-Houses in the $200k-300k range.
-We're open to cities and maybe the right suburb, but we're not too into rural areas.
We really like Madison (and it ticks a lot of our boxes), but it's sooooo expensive.
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2023.06.02 02:59 inhale_slowexhale1 29F - looking for girlfriends to go dancing with!

hi! I'd like to go to events at the fox or the biltmore (mt pleasant) for fun dancing! There's a 2010 night tomorrow ($16 at the door) DM me if you wanna go w me :)
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2023.06.02 02:24 RestoretheDeschutes Help Us Enjoy, Protect, and Respect the Deschutes River!

Help Us Enjoy, Protect, and Respect the Deschutes River!
Calling all watershed stewards: You are invited to join us for the annual Deschutes River Cleanup on Saturday, July 29th!
Thanks to our title sponsors, the City of Bend, Bend Park and Recreation District, Visit Bend, Mt. Bachelor and Sun Country Tours, and Tumalo Creek, the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council is coordinating our 27th annual Deschutes River Cleanup to steward our home waters. Kudos to our project partners and other sponsors at Oregon State Parks, REI, Dell Technologies, Leave No Trace, and the Greater Bend Rotary for showing up to make this incredible day of stewardship possible.
River cleanup activities will occur along the riparian areas of the Deschutes River at five different sites: La Pine State Park, Farewell Bend Park, Riverbend Park, First Street Rapids Park, and Tumalo State Park. Community volunteers of all ages are invited to pull invasive weeds, remove litter from the stream banks, or get on the water to support scuba divers from Central Oregon Diving and Deschutes County Search and Rescue to pull debris out of the river itself. Thanks to volunteers’ hard work last year, we removed approximately 2,600 pounds of garbage and weeds from the Deschutes River and its sensitive riparian areas!
Registration opens today! Click HERE to volunteer at a specific location for stewardship activities. There will be a friendly host at each site who will direct and guide volunteers throughout their cleanup activities. Join us on July 29th and come prepared with sturdy shoes, a hat, gloves, and a water bottle for a fabulous day of fun and stewardship!
Following the cleanup, volunteers will be celebrated at Crux Fermentation Project from 3:00 to 5:00 pm. Visit Bend is generously providing free drink tokens to river cleanup volunteers like you. What a wonderful way to celebrate a day of hard work and active stewardship!
Questions? Contact Kolleen at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]?subject=Tell%20me%20more%20about%20the%20River%20Cleanup!). We hope to see you on July 29th!
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2023.06.02 02:04 malevolentslime Missing Women in Portland area

These women have gone missing since December 2022. Details, links below. Police have not said there's any connection between these cases
Ashley Real, 22
Bridget Leann (Ramsey) Webster, 31
Charity Lynn Perry, 24
Joanna Speaks, 32
Kristin Smith, 22
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2023.06.02 01:43 EleventhofAugust Bible Banned In Utah School District Libraries

Here's something new for me in the "banned book wars"... The Bible has been removed from elementary and middle school libraries in the Davis County School District, located in Utah. The person who request the book be reviewed - no doubt to prove a point - wrote, "Utah Parents United [group supporting easy path to book banning] left off one of the most sex-ridden books around; The Bible..." They went on to say that the book includes mentions of incest, beastiality, prostitution, genital mutilation and rape. The individual also said, "You'll no doubt find that the Bible under Utah Code Ann 76-10-1227, has 'no serious values for minors' because it's pornographic by our new definition. Get this PORN out of our schools!"
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2023.06.02 01:41 adzukirice [US-CA] [H] Graystudio Aero75 (Storm), ai03 Vega (E-White), Vega Wrist Rest (E-White), ePBT SimpleJA R2, ePBT ModernJA, GMK Monochrome Rama Wave, Deskmats [W] PayPal, Local

Downsizing one last time with this last batch of excess stuff. Everything's gotta go. All bundles and sets are being sold at or below cost. Most of it's been sitting in storage.
Not looking to split any bundles.
Prices include shipping for CONUS. Feel free to PM for shipping quotes if international.
Local to Orange County / LA / Southern California area. Prioritizing local, then CONUS, then international.
Feel free to reach out for any questions, additional timestamp picture requests, etc., but please comment beforehand.
I won't be able to see any chats so please be sure to PM; no chats please. Thanks for stopping by.
Item Description Price
Graystudio Aero.75 (Storm) Storm (white) color. Has a tiny nick on the front lip see pictures. Comes with 4 hotswap PCBs (3 still sealed), FR4 plate, PC plate, 4 extra daughterboards and JST cables, extra feet, Aero75 artisan, Graystudio Rocket Aluminum Artisan, Aero 75 ribbons, and all original tools & hardware. $390 shipped
ai03 Vega (E-White) BNIB and never built, opened for inspection only. Comes with 2 PCBs: 1 hotswap and 1 solder, 2 plates: 1 universal alu plate, and 1 aftermarket forged carbon fiber plate, and all hardware, screws, gaskets, etc. $390 shipped
Vega Wrist Rest (E-White) Vega Wrist Rest R2 from KeebsForAll group buy, E-White, brand new and never used, opened for inspection only, will discount if bought with Vega $100 shipped
ePBT SimpleJA R2 Base + Extension + Spacebar + Numpad (4 kits total), never mounted, will ship with original tray packaging $100 shipped
ePBT ModernJA Base + Spacebar kit, base kit lightly used, will ship with original tray packaging $50 shipped
GMK Monochrome Rama Wave Artisan Rama Wave Artisan from GMK Monochrome R2. Never mounted. $50 shipped
GMK Arch Trimat (new), Wave (Seigaha) Black (new), GMK Modern Dolch Light/Modo Light Geo (used), Mt Fuji (used), ePBT BoW Hangul ㅋㅋㅋ (new) Deskmats - all either new or minimally used and flawless. Feel free to ask for more pictures. $30 shipped each
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2023.06.02 00:04 trifoldtampon Crisis: Backpacking for safety until shelter opens up. Need advice with what little gar I have and the area I’ll be in. Please and thanks in advance.

I am a 22f.
I have:
• a two person tent from Walmart just fixed with duct tape. It has probably a few days to hopefully last until next week.
• two quilts
• a sleeping pillow
• sleeping mat
• camp stove (no pot or propane)
•a big lab named Mike
• two days worth of dog food
• two days worth of water
I do not have:
• human food
•asthma inhaler
• Will be camping near Bozeman, MT.
Shelter opens up next Thursday for a bed in their program that will help me land a job. I had to get away from being beat nearly every day and this was my best shot.
Sucks they don’t have beds, but I have a spot waiting on me and I just need to make it until then.
I have $12 and a friend may be sending a few extra if they get paid early. How should I best use what I have?
I was turned away from the food bank today for not being a county resident and said the church sometimes does a drive on fridays, so I’ll check again tomorrow to see if there’s any non-perishables I can grab, as well as any toiletries.
It’s about a 9 mile walk from camp to the church and store and stuff, so hopefully something works out. Getting tired, muscles hurt, getting too much sun.
Need advice on what to do if you were me until next week.
Peace and love and let’s all have an amazing weekend out there!
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2023.06.02 00:02 RimshotSlim Anyone read Sleeping Beauties?

Anyone read Sleeping Beauties?
700 pages and dozens of characters. Seems like an event to get started. Worth it?
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2023.06.01 23:51 Ifeex June Events in Summerville!

Here is a list of events happening in Summerville for the month of June! Feel free to add additional events in the comments, and we'll add them to the main post for visibility.

Recurring Events:

6:30 - 8:30pm - Main Street Writes: Open Writers Group - Main Street Reads - FREE
7:00 - 9:00pm - Pub Trivia - Trolley Pub - FREE
5:30 - 6:30pm - Chess Club - Summerville Library - FREE
6:15pm - SpokeWorks MTB/Trail Ride - 10 miles - Sawmill Ridges - FREE
7pm - Music Trivia Night - Steel City Pizza - FREE
9:30 - 10:00am - Stories on the Square - Main Street Reads - FREE
10:30 - 11:00am - Baby & Me - Summerville Library - FREE
11:00 - 11:30 - StoryTots - Summerville Library - FREE
6:30 - 8:30pm - Music Bingo- Frothy Beard Off World - FREE
10:30 - 11:00am - Family Story Hour - Summerville Library - FREE
10:30 - 2:30pm - Problems Solved Friday Sewing Sessions - People, Places, & Quilts - $25
3:30 - 4:30pm - LEGO Club - Summerville Library - FREE
5:00 - 8:00om - Food Truck Friday - Carnes Crossroads
8:00am - Coastal Cyclists CVS Road Ride - ~54 miles, 20-23mph - CVS @ Bacons Bridge - FREE
8:00-1:00pm - Summerville Farmer's Market - Downtown Summerville - FREE
8:00am - SpokeWorks Social Ride - 15 miles, 16-18 mph - SpokeWorks Bicycle Shop - FREE
8:00am - SpokeWorks Intermediate Ride - 25 miles, 16-21 mph - SpokeWorks Bicycle Shop - FREE

One Time Events:

Thursday, 6/1:
7:30pm - Flowertown Players presents: Curtains! - James Dean Theater - $30/adult, $25/student

Friday, 6/2:
5:00 - 8:00pm - Sounds on the Square - Nexton Square - FREE
7:00pm - Standup Comedy with Dat Phan - Old Trolley Theater - $20
7:30pm - Flowertown Players presents: Curtains! - James Dean Theater - $30/adult, $25/student
9:00pm - Standup Comedy with Dat Phan - Old Trolley Theater - $20

Saturday, 6/3:
9:30-1:00pm - Farmer's Market Slow Roll Bike Ride - Newington Plantation Pool - FREE
10:00-1:00pm - Hurricane Prep Expo - Ashley River Park - FREE
1:30-4:00pm - Interactive Movies: Encanto - Dorchester County Library - FREE
7:00pm - Standup Comedy with Dat Phan - Old Trolley Theater - $20
7:30pm - Flowertown Players presents: Curtains! - James Dean Theater - $30/adult, $25/student
9:00pm - Standup Comedy with Dat Phan - Old Trolley Theater - $20

Sunday, 6/4:
11:00-5:00pm - Knightsville General Store Vendor Event - Knightsville General Store - FREE
12:30-2:00pm - Lest We Forget Memorial Day Tribute - 105 Sumter Ave - $30
3:00pm - Flowertown Players presents: Curtains! - James Dean Theater - $30/adult, $25/student

Monday, 6/5:
6:00-8:00pm - Women in Business Networking Group - Taco Boy - $20

Tuesday, 6/6:
9:00-10:00am - SHE Leads Group - 126 E 2nd N Street - FREE

Wednesday, 6/7:
11:00-12:00pm - A Revolutionary Soldier's Perspective - Faith Sellers Senior Center - FREE

Friday, 6/9:
6:00-7:30pm - Farm Bingo with Goats - Flowertown Charm - $30/Adult, $15/Youth
7:30pm - Flowertown Youth presents: Little Women - James Dean Theater - $7

Saturday, 6/10:
10:00-11:00am - Walk with a Doc - Gahagan Park - FREE
10:00-12:00pm - Special Care Nursery Reunion - Summerville Medical Center - FREE
10:00-12:00pm - Sketching on the Square - Hutchinson Square - FREE
10:00-4:00pm - In Our DNA: SC - Genetic Screening - Dorchester County Library - FREE
12:00-5:00pm - Blood Drive - Keller Williams Key - FREE
2:30pm - Flowertown Youth presents: Little Women - James Dean Theater - $7
7:30pm - Flowertown Youth presents: Little Women - James Dean Theater - $7

Sunday, 6/11:
2:30pm - Flowertown Youth presents: Little Women - James Dean Theater - $7

Monday, 6/12:
9:00am - Tree Protection Board Meeting - Council Chambers - FREE

Tuesday, 6/13:
3:30-4:30pm - Little Lego Club - Dorchester County Library - FREE
5:00-7:00pm - Father's Day Craft Night - East Bay Deli - FREE

Wednesday, 6/14:
6:30-8:00pm - Tools for Caregiver's Telehealth - ZOOM - FREE

Thursday, 6/15:
5:30-8:30pm - Third Thursday - Hutchinson Square - FREE

Friday, 6/16:
7:00pm - Standup Comedy with Nick Hoff - Old Trolley Theater - $15
9:00pm - Standup Comedy with Nick Hoff - Old Trolley Theater - $15

Saturday, 6/17:
8:00am - The Longest Day 5k - 104 Greeting Hour Rd - $35
9:30-1:00pm - Farmer's Market Slow Roll Bike Ride - Newington Plantation Pool - FREE
1:30-2:30pm - Anime Club - Dorchester County Library - FREE
3:00-4:00pm - Teen Gamers - Dorchester County Library - FREE

Sunday, 6/18:
10:00-12:00pm - Dorchester Paws Adoption Event - Petco - FREE

Monday, 6/19:
10:30-12:30pm - 3 Day Kid's Sewing Camp- People, Places & Quilts - $48
4:00pm - Planning Commission Meeting - Council Chambers - FREE

Tuesday, 6/20:
5:30-9:00pm - World Refugee Day - Ashley River Park - FREE

Wednesday, 6/21:
4:30 - 5:30 - Adulting for Teens - Dorchester County Library - FREE
6:30-8:00pm - Tools for Caregiver's Telehealth - ZOOM - FREE

Thursday, 6/22:
1:00-3:00pm - Genealogy Club - Dorchester County Library - FREE
5:30-7:00pm - Resume Writing Workshop - Dorchester County Library - FREE

Friday, 6/23:
7:00 - 10:00pm - Silent Disco Summer Tour- Hutchinson Square - $15/headset

Saturday, 6/24:
10:00-4:00pm - 3rd Annual Lowcountry Peach Festival - Jedburg Junction - FREE
1:00-4:00pm - Craft Supply Swap - Dorchester County Library - FREE
3:00-5:00pm - Music in the Park - Brown Family Park - FREE
7:00pm - YMCA Comedy Night - Cane Bay YMCA - $20
7:00-10:00pm - Bad Manners at the Dinner Table - Flowertown Players - $20-30

Sunday, 6/25:
8:00-8:45 - TinyTykes Soccer Camp Week - Oakbrook Sports Complex - $120
9:00-11:00am - Highway Cleanup w/ SC Aquarium - Carolina Colors and Cuts - FREE
12:00-4:00pm - 3rd Annual Lowcountry Peach Festival - Jedburg Junction - FREE
2:00-4:00pm - Sunday Crafternoons - Dorchester County Library - FREE

Monday, 6/26:
4:00-5:30pm - Kid's Crafternoons: Origami - Dorchester County Library - FREE

Tuesday, 6/27:
8:00-9:00am - Education and Workforce Division Meeting - Council Chambers - FREE

Wednesday, 6/28:
6:30-8:00pm - Tools for Caregiver's Telehealth - ZOOM - FREE

Thursday, 6/29:
7:00-9:00pm - Clean Fun Comedy Show - Magical Memories Event Planning - $10-20

Friday, 6/30:
6:00pm - Summerville Dance Academy - Summerville PAC - FREE
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2023.06.01 23:30 bjna 3 banger clips with buffed duskblade for your viewing pleasure
rate hate discriminate masturbate idc
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2023.06.01 22:30 Puzzleheaded_Dig8690 Free crafts at the Eastern Branch Library in Monmouth County all summer long. (Near Red Bank)

Free crafts at the Eastern Branch Library in Monmouth County all summer long. (Near Red Bank)
Apparently there’s going to be free crafts all through the summer, and they’re going to change every 2 weeks.
This is the first one, and you make landscapes from ripped paper.
You just go in, help yourself to make some wall art at the table, and can make as many as you want.
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2023.06.01 22:09 _Kristophus_ Stop Isle of Palms (again) from destroying bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on the IOP Connector Bridge!

Follow up to:
Mount Pleasant Town Council's Transportation Committee will receive a presentation next week from SCDOT on the Isle of Palms Connector survey results. Charleston Moves is requesting they support keeping the design of the Connector AS-IS. This Committee meeting is the most important opportunity we will have to avoid losing the best bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure possible on the Connector, so your voice is vital.
Write your email to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]), the Town Clerk who will share your concerns with the Committee that the SCDOT presentation will be given to in order to inform whether the connector changes. Please include the following in your email:
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2023.06.01 22:01 vintagebalenciaga Please share your favorites

Please tell me your favorite aromatherapy scents, affirmations, meditations, books, apps, journals and other ritual or integration tools you may have.
After reading a few posts where IV ketamine patients said their clinic utilized aromatherapy so I ordered an essential oil diffuser for my at home sessions and I am trying lavender and peppermint. I know essential oils aren't "healing" but my mood is always lifted when I smell pleasant scents. Curious to know if there are any smells that particularly soothe (or trigger) anyone during their experiences?
Because of this sub I found the perfect little bluetooth music skipper ring and a great sleep mask, Jason Stephenson videos and several helpful looking books that I have in my digital library app waitlist. I love recs from fellow TK users!
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2023.06.01 22:01 waves15365 I can never just 'like' something

I can never just 'like' something
Going through zines at work
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2023.06.01 20:58 Notsurewhatididwrong Want to shout out a hidden gem of a North Jersey organic food joint: Fudgarten

I spend a lot of time in Fort Lee and a few months ago I kept seeing this little “fast casual organic eatery” place near Cafe Bene where I’d usually go for coffee. The outside of the eatery was really unassuming so I had passed it up until one day I was hankering to try something new and I remembered the place.
Boy, was I glad I went there! I had a burger with potato wedges and IDK what it is about how they cook it but it tasted so fresh almost like I was biting into steak instead of burger. There was a nice slight charred flavor, with guacamole and jalapeños and a few other toppings that did not “scream” in my face with crazy overpowering flavor but rather was quite light and pleasant on the palate. As weird as it is to use a term like “refreshing” to describe savory food, that’s the best way I can describe it. The burger was so fresh that I felt really good and light after eating it (as opposed to some places where I eat and feel bloated/sweaty).
Not sure if it’s their ingredients or what but Fudgarten has sandwiches and bowls and shakes and a whole host of other things I have yet to try. I usually hit them up like twice a month and it’s been very consistent. It describes itself as “fast casual” and I’d say it’s close to that — it’s a bit slower than say a Chipotle but it’s definitely not long like ordering at a sit-down restaurant. For the quality of the food, I found it to be really worth it.
It should go without saying, this post is not sponsored or anything. In this world where it seems like every big successful restaurant is somehow associated with some kind of corporate chain, I like bringing attention to small unassuming places like this that are true and honest to what they purport on their cover and don’t really try to be more than they are. I have no idea if this place has been known/talked about for a while and I’m just only now discovering it, or if people just don’t know about Fudgarten, but if you live in Bergen County I’d recommend the trip over to Fort Lee to try it. Plus, they have their own parking (thank God!).
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2023.06.01 20:41 willgraham0 Anyone knows of services that can remove and dispose of a drum of mosquito repellent from a residential backyard?

I have a large drum full of mosquito repellent sitting in my back yard that we want to get rid of. I know that Charleston County has disposal sites for hazardous waste, but I can't find any company that will service households and will come and remove the barrel safely. I don't know if I can transport it safely in the back of my car. Any ideas would be appreciated.
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2023.06.01 20:25 CameraOld98 Ancestry search

I don't have access to ancestry but I do have access to heritagequest from my local library. With that site I can see ancestry hints, but cannot access them.. If anyone with access to ancestry could look these records up for me, I would greatly appreciate it.
The records are for a Melvina/Malviny Parsons. I am looking for her marriage records. I found her in two databases, Tennessee, U.S. compiled Marriages 1851-1900, and Kentucky U.S. county marriage records 1783-1965.
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2023.06.01 19:41 Ok-Theory3079 June at the Broadway (mt. Pleasant)

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2023.06.01 19:40 Ok-Theory3079 For anyone in Michigan next weekend (6/11 in Mt. Pleasant)

For anyone in Michigan next weekend (6/11 in Mt. Pleasant) submitted by Ok-Theory3079 to GoofyMovie [link] [comments]