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2023.03.21 19:46 FerretCool959 How my parents got to know that I'm a thaagubothu

College days. Nenu maa prends tho kalisi flat lo unde vadini as our college was in a different city. Oka weekend sitting pettam. Beer, whisky, gin, stuff...antha manchiga undi. Proper sollu vagudu jarguthondi and as the night progressed, we got shit drunk. Drunk ainappudu chese silly stuff chesam for some time. After some time teliyakundane we slept off.
Next morning first nene lecha. Phone teesi WhatsApp open chesa. Ma family group (immediate family) lo message undi. Open chesi chuste amma nannu mention chesi "What is this?" ani image pampindi. Image download chesi chuste... nenu straight ga hero laga nilabadi, beer bottle ni 90 degrees invert chesi paiki etti motham beer ni dinchutunna pose undi. Na mind block aindi. Pakkane pandi la padukunna na drunkard friend ni lepi adiga ee photo ekkadidi ani. Nene teesanu bro ninna night, nee phone thone teesa annadu. Photo aithe evvariki pampinchinattu chats lo ledu. Etla ellindi vallaki mari?
Then I realised that my mother was using my old phone, and I did an extreme dumb mistake of forgetting to logout from my google drive account when I gave it to her. Motham camera images anni automatic ga google account lo backup avuthunnayi, so the photo was shown in google photos in her device (my old device).
My parents are a bit religious so thaagadam chala pedda paapam jargipoindi. Veellaki em cheppala ani 3 hours alochincha. Poni Appy Fizz thaguthunna (aa bottle kuda koncham beer bottle shape lo untadi kada) ani chepdam anukunte daani meeda Kingfisher ani clear ga kanipistondi. Inka labham ledani cheppesa. Adi just na second time ani, na drunkard friends nannu force chesaru ani...evevo kahanilu cheppa. Obviously they weren't convinced and lectured me. Next time nunchi I won't drink anna. Kaani tharvatha na friends almost every weekend nannu force chesaru and I couldn't do anything but drink 😭😭😭
Last weekend I met my college dosthlu after a gap of few years. I drank alcohol after a year. I realised I was never really interested in drinking alcohol - I just drank to fully enjoy their company.
Ippudu mee alcohol stories emaina unte cheppandi prends...
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2023.03.21 16:24 GalaxySG Is Georgia having processing slowdowns or understaffed?

Recently had to do a whole new application because when I tried to report changes it wouldn't let me edit in the GA online account. I struggled to try to report changes before finally 5 days later starting up a new application. My spouse lost his job over a month ago, has been actively seeking work but in this small town there are little to no good paying jobs. NOBODY will leave the jobs with good hours or good pay here. Spouse has done interviews and received very little callbacks though he follows up with each sometimes 2-3 follow up calls. They take their time and also let you know X amount of people are interviewing for the same job you are. The only plus side is he is now recently in college and happy to be learning and working for a degree. I work part time and don't hardly make enough for a family of 6 I never get a full 40hours or even close to it. We used to get just medical for the kids which was fine by me, while denied of food stamps back when he was working.
Anyhow, It took 2 weeks but they sent a letter for the phone interview. I did the phone interview and even though I uploaded all my documents before the interview the caseworker told me since I got paid 3 days before the phone interview with a new paystub, I had to upload a new set of paystubs.
Since I had gotten paid too I told her I had several hundred in the checking account when she asked, I had told her that because it was true and I hadn't spent it on my bills just yet. (We play the which bills will be payed and which will have to sit there until we get to them to make it by). I don't know if that's a factor but I mentioned it to a few people it's what I said and they told me if I have money in my account they consider it as money for food and it could mean lower snap benefit amount or I just have money in general and I may get denied.
That same day a decision was made to approve the kids for medical, but my Food stamps section says "pending".
I see the notices section click on it and it says waiting for income verification for my job. I uploaded my information twice and verified it was successfully uploaded and submitted its been over a week and by the end of next week will be my case closed if no one gets to it.
I told her I would do everything that same day which I did because I was afraid of something like this happening. Before you say call them, I called last time and I got my caseworker in trouble because her mailbox was full and it says to call the number if the mailbox is full and if you haven't heard from your caseworker in 42 to 78 business hours. Well when that happened, I called the number as instructed because I did not hear back from my caseworker. I got the caseworkers supervisor phone number which I believe got her in trouble even though it did sort of expedite the decision on my application. My original caseworker was switched to new one and I only heard from the supervisor caseworker twice last time. I really don't want to do that again to somebody because I would felt extremely bad for it. Note: I do not ever complain, argue or demand any customer service worker. I work in retail and know all too well what customers can do to your sanity and how little it can take for someone to lose it on an individual.
So I'm asking is there a type of worker shortage or is it part of the process? How long did it take anybody who has dealt with this process in georgia?
Since the phone interview it's been over 8 business days. I don't understand why medical got approved right away and the decision for food is still pending and looks like my case hasn't been updated or even looked at with all my uploaded docs. My notices get sent to me now via email contact, I check my account everyday after work and nothing.
Also are caseworkers paid good? Do you need a special degree or diploma for working there? Thanks in advance.
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2023.03.21 16:08 FlyWithSeedyL Release Notes - Sim Update 12 [] Available Now


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2023.03.21 15:02 modell92 23 Ascent Towing - a 1,500 mile road trip from Ohio to Georgia and back.

23 Ascent Towing - a 1,500 mile road trip from Ohio to Georgia and back.
Just wrapped up a 1,500 mile road trip from Ohio to Georgia and back with our 2023 Ascent Onyx Limited averaging 9.1 mpg towing a 2022 Geo Pro G19BH. On our trip down to Georgia we took I77 through Ohio, West Virginia, and Virginia then hopped on I81 to I26 to I40 to head towards Atlanta, GA. The trip back we followed I75 through Georgia, Tennessee, and Kentucky finally hopping on I71 in Ohio. The Ascent had plenty of acceleration and braking power to make traveling through the WV mountains not feel like a chore. We opted for a Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer brake controller (mounted on the fuse panel door) which is set to power 7.0 boost level 1 for our trailer. The sway/push-pull when semi trucks pass was manageable to keep in our lane. The fuel tank size vs our average mpg had us stopping every 2.5 hours to refuel.
Had to stop at Buc-ee's
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2023.03.21 13:05 BoBeepBoBoop A post-2022 vent sesh about the Brigade

Last year I saw seven shows on the East Coast, one in Portland, and two in LA (10 in total). I was in the pit 4 times and seats for the rest. TBH I’m not sure why I’m writing this. I’m an adult, I have better things to do with my time (like sleep), but I just can’t shake some stuff off. Before I continue, here’s your warning that this is about The Whack Brigade and my better self does not condone the exhausting negativity that discussing them brings.
I am well aware of the privilege I have for having gotten to see one show, let alone as many as I did. I did my journey solo, where I was away from my family for three weeks. This was half with money I saved over the pandemic, and half with money my family gifted to me. They knew how important seeing the shows was for me, and their support allowed for some of the best experiences I’ve ever had. I am very lucky and I am very grateful.
The best time I had was at the first show I went to, which was in Philly. Despite getting barricade, I don’t believe I actually met anyone from the Brigade. If I did, they must’ve kept their chill. I spent my time in line talking with people, distributing food and water, going down the line giving information I asked from venue staff, and honestly having a really lovely time.
Through what must’ve been dumb luck, I completely dodged the group in Boston while getting barricade again. I did not know about these fucking people until I got to New Jersey (the irony).
The polar opposite experience I had to Philly was Newark. I tried to do what I did in Philly, going down the line, handing out snacks (that I paid for), getting to know people. As soon as I got there, there was a suffocating vibe. There was a large circle of people who all seemed to know each other at the very front (for Night 1) and when I tried talking to them they brushed me off. They were rude, but I didn’t think much of it; it was hot and for all I know I was being annoying.
I had a seated ticket for Night 1 and a pit ticket for Night 2. I was informed that if I wanted to go to Night 2 and get barricade, I had to forgo my Night 1 ticket. A number of people at this show had tickets for both nights, and despite the rule, went in anyway (including myself, because the Brigade can eat my entire ass for telling me I can’t see a show I paid money for because- anyway). Most people lied and had barricade both nights in a row.
Now, here is where I stop and stay, I DON’T. FUCKING. CARE. ABOUT. BARRICADE. On nights where I had seats, I still would line up (not for GA) because I wanted to get to know people. I wanted to meet other fans and thought of barricade as an added bonus. Somewhere to spend time with people I’d gotten to know all day while we celebrated what we were waiting for.
HA. Not on the Brigade’s watch.
These three people roll up in a car and start harassing the first people in line. Because one of them lied about not going to night one. Like half the fucking line. Over and over and over the Brigade kept repeating, “It’s not about getting barricade, it’s about being honest.”
One of them started yelling at people, anyone near them, and stormed off to the line demanding everyone reorganize. I went after them, in an attempt to not freak them out I referred to them as “Honey,” and they immediately started screaming at me not to call them that. So I listened and stopped, and asked them what they wanted. This person just kept screaming at me, and eventually I told them to knock it off because they were scaring people. They then screamed that I was condescending them (I wasn’t), had my hands on my hips (I didn’t), and thought I was better than them (you know what, they can have that one).
I was genuinely scared because no one, in my entire life, in all the situations I’ve been in in-person, has someone been that threatening towards me. Sorry, save for the drunk and drugged out dad in the pit at Riot Fest, which was also a terrible experience, specifically because people in the pit fucking sucked there, too.
Quick aside, I’ve been to festivals before, I’ve been in pits before, and I’ve been to MCR shows before. The behaviour of the brigade is completely entitled and fucked.
These three went down the line, demanded to know who was there the night before (everyone who had lied), and stopped counting after about 100 people (there were a couple hundred in line at this point... BuT iT’S noT ABOut geTTINg BaRRicaDE).
I think about those people a lot, because they literally traumatized me. I went down the line after they harassed people to ask how people were doing, and as I was doing this I started crying. I was saying how this was supposed to be fun, how this isn’t at all what I was expecting, and how disappointed I was with the people who follow a band that preaches love.
Now, ALMOST EVERYONE I met in my adventures was genuinely lovely. Friendly, helpful, fun, I made a lot of friends on this trip. But I just can’t forget how scared and angry I was when that person got in my face... ABOUT. BARRICADE.
As soon as the person I was immediately beside in line hit the barricade with me (this was the only show they were seeing), we both started crying because of how upset we were with how the day had gone. I bumped into a handful of people from the line the next day, and we bonded over how fucking unbearable the line was.
In November, I got to see two LS Dunes shows. In both cases I debated doing the lines, stood in line just to TRY and talk to people, but of course the Clique ice out anyone who isn’t one of them. They don’t even fucking talk to each other. They always looked so miserable. I DON’T KNOW WHAT THESE PEOPLE WANT.
In both cases I ditched the line, because these were 400 person venues, and... just... NO.
Oh, and of course, for one of the Dunes shows I went to, they harassed locals who were hanging out by the actual entrance to the venue (which the line didn't). They kept talking down to the folks who had just shown up, I left to go hang out with the locals, and found out after that the experience with the Brigade, quote, "ruined" one of the folks' birthday.
Everyone I have met from the Brigade is easily on my shitlist of the worst people I’ve ever met. I’ve worked call centre jobs where people threatened me over the phone, I’ve been held at knife point working in store, and yet none of those experiences fuck with me as much as meeting folks from the Brigade did.
Suffice to say, fuck those people. Love each other. Most people in the world are great. Most people in this fanbase are great. Twitter is a hell hole. Thank you for letting me spew my guts out.
TLDR; fuck the Brigade.
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2023.03.21 10:13 mjc574 Australian phone number whilst using my UK sim?

Hello to anyone who can help, i’ve recently moved to Australia and plan to be here for a while, I’m currently on a EE phone contract that won’t expire until September. My EE sim works fine over here and i can use it like a normal phone, my issue however is that i want an Australian phone number so that potential employers and friends can ring me without having to ring my UK phone number. What are my best options for this?
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2023.03.20 19:57 WhenDid_IGet_ThisOld FHOA Selective enforcement, arbitrary fines, and covenant violations are just the tip of the iceberg!

State: Georgia – 140 SFH
I hate that my first post to Reddit has to be here, but I just can’t hold my 5 years of frustration any longer after getting kicked in the teeth one too many times.
My house that I purchased as new construction in 2018 adjoins a copse of trees growing from a retention pond that is considered, and labeled in the plat, as a common area. This area has not been maintained since day one and didn’t take long to become overgrown with weeds and Kudzu (southern invasive vine from hell).
Soon after our yard also started getting terrible weeds and the kudzu crept onto our property. That is when the fines began. We pulled them out as much as possible, but you can only pull so many weeds before they take over newly planted sod and win.
We have contested all of the fines without response or hearing as required not only per the covenants, but Georgia law as well. We got a statement last year that we owed over $3,000 in fines so we called the management company incessantly until my husband got someone on the phone. They said that they fine almost everyone until it gets to the point that they hire a professional lawn care service (just a side note, one of the board members conveniently had a family member with a landscape business). They agreed to drop our fines if we sent them a contract. We hired TrueGreen and sent it in… done. He confirmed that the fines would be waived.
Two months later the relationship between the management company and the HOA sours and the HOA fires them. The new management company just got our accounts and the fines were not removed. As of this moment we owe $3,358, including a fee from the new management company for said fines not being paid. This is where my head just exploded.
I finally joined the neighborhood facebook page and come to find the following:
  1. They are using FB as an official means of communication, including the annual meeting that just happened on March 9. Per Georgia law they are required to give 21 days notice via USPS.
  2. There is another homeowner they fined into oblivion to the point they had to sell their house and move. This person and a board member (the same as mentioned above) had a public beef on social media before the fining started. The fines were for a personal vehicle with a company wrap. Another wrapped construction vehicle at another “in” family down the road never got fined.
  3. This same board member openly admits to having chickens, including selling the eggs to neighbors, which is in strict violation of the covenants. I am guessing she never fined herself and she still has chickens as I write this.
  4. The annual budget, also posted on FB, shows a landscape cost of over $14,000, none of which was spent on the common area next to my lot but was spent on a new subdivision sign, a community library, and a new paver pathway to a park bench at the entrance. Unequal distribution of maintenance funds for common areas is also against GA law. (One cannot be ignored to do something in another).
I am ready to bring out the legal torches and pitchforks. Especially since the covenants do not have any fee policy at all, so they arbitrarily fine whatever – not sure where the numbers originated. I just need to get it off my chest and hope someone might give a fresh perspective on what I can/should do. I am at a loss!
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2023.03.20 19:10 kommandarskye EV Road Trip Report: Mid-South to Florida

This sub was really helpful during my purchase process so I thought I would share some feedback in case it helps others considering buying one and/or taking a long trip in one.
Purchase/QMerit Installation
For context, we purchased a new Bolt EV 2023 (2LT) with the infotainment package in Feb. Got very lucky, all the local dealers in Memphis who had listed inventory (of EUVs/EVs) had already been spoken for, some of them still in transit and paid for sight unseen, and nobody seemed especially interested in helping me order one - this seemed to be true out to a 250 mile radius, and even further out for most of Jan. I had one dealer in Arkansas close-by that had an EV en route that they had not yet listed, so after finding a used EUV to test-drive, I put down a deposit and purchased at MSRP with no nonsense add-ons when it came off the train a few weeks later. (Very smooth sales process, feel free to DM me if you want more info)!
I had had a mild preference for the EUV, since the plan was for this to be our daily commuter with two kids in car-seats - but in the end, we find the EV is more than spacious enough. Zero regrets, I kind of prefer the EV's look anyway and while the 3 inches of leg-space would be nice, the better efficiency is worth it.
QMerit install process was smooth, it took a few weeks but Level 1 charging was just fine for daily work/school/shopping (20-30 miles), I think it was adding about 48 miles in 12 hours overnight, the battery never really fell below 50%. The installer quoted a $1700 non-standard install at first but once I e-mailed QMerit customer service about it, they said they would cover it completely. I got them to install an Emporia charger that I'm happy with, had it hardwired which is probably a bit overkill but it does indeed charge at around 11.5Kw. The only real use for the level-2 is getting back from a weekend away close to empty and needing a full charge before an unusually busy weekday of driving; I suppose it extends the life of the dual-level charger which is useful when charging at campgrounds or when staying at others' houses.
Road Trip We took our first long-distance road trip in the car last week for spring break, about 800 miles each way to visit family in Florida.
A few observations in case they are useful to others planning to buy a Bolt and/or to take a long trip in one, esp. in the South:
1) A Better Route Planner is very useful: not sure the premium features are worth it or necessary (but I'm happy to support the developer!). I started out quite conservative (requested arriving SoC at 10%) and pushed that down to 5% on the way back: I think it makes sense to keep it higher because it seems to be around 6-8% that the range will drop to "low" and you get a reduced propulsion message, which you might find stressful (we did the first time, but I believe you should still have 10 miles left at that point).
2) Plugshare seems to be the best place to get up-to-date reviews (most of the major charging stations had check-ins within days of us). Seems to be good etiquette to update if things go well (there were some chargers that had not been checked in for weeks or months and I was concerned about depending on them in case there was some issue) as well as if things go poorly. Especially useful if you are in urgent need of charging, as it will turn up wall outlets and level 2 chargers that are not always in ABRP's route plan.
3) Driving in this region (TN/MS/AL/GA/FL) a lot of your stops will be at Electrify America, often at Walmarts. We never had problems finding a working stall but it was typical for 1-2 out of 4 to have some kind of issue (usually already documented on Plugshare). It charges very quickly under 50% (55 Kw), so the ideal situation is to arrive with <20% charge and get to 80% within an hour. EVGo also worked well the one time we used it. It makes sense to get the monthly plan even for a single trip, I think I saved over $8 on one long charge alone.
4) We typically don't drive continuously for more than 4 hours anyway, so the stopping to charge was not generally an issue. The problem is that you are forced to stop at, well, these particular locations - at best, strip malls in the suburbs of big cities (Memphis, Birmingham, Montgomery, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Ormond Beach etc.), sometimes just a convenience store or gas station. There are usually a few food options but you are limited to what happens to be available if you want to eat while charging. With small kids in particular, you may only have 1-2 options that can be walked to across a parking lot: twice on our trip, I dropped the family off 0.5-1 mile and walked back over, which wouldn't be so bad if there were pedestrian walkways or cross-walks but there aren't in such places. In contrast, on our ICE road trips, we would detour to state parks for a hike and picnic (e.g.) or stop at any restaurant we wanted, whereas we felt a lot of pressure with the Bolt (for time-efficiency's sake) to make our charging stops our only eating/rest-stops because of how long they were. (To be clear, not all charging stops are long.)
5) Plugshare will also generally give you info on hotel chargers (Kayak and other platforms will let you filter hotels in an area by "EV Charging" amenity), typically level 2 ClipperCreek chargers that will get you a full charge overnight. They are not reservable in advance, and hotels don't always enforce a policy not to park ICE cars there. The first time we stayed at one, four Tesla spots and two ClipperCreek spots right by the entrance were taken up by ICE cars, and we arrived late (after 11PM)... luckily while I was unloading, I happened to notice someone come out for a smoke by his car and he moved it to another spot. The second time, there was clearer signage and the EV spots were less conveniently located so the spot was open despite arriving late in the evening. But if two people happened to need a single charger overnight, there is no obvious way to communicate with one another (perhaps through actively checking in on the Plugshare app and DMing there, leaving a note with the front-desk or a sign on your dashboard with your phone number). It worked out for us this time but I would not rely on getting a full charge at such places in the future.
6) We had no problem stuffing the trunk with enough stuff for a week: three carry-on suitcases, plus bags of books, board-games, sports-gear, swimming/snorkel gear, a couple of violins). We could probably pack more efficiently so I don't see cargo-space as the limiting factor for the trip for a family of four.
Tl;dr. Overall, the trip went well - but I don't think we will be taking the Bolt on a multi-day road trip (400+ mi). Its principally the flexibility of being able to take our long stops wherever we would like that I miss about our ICE road-trips, as well as sleep wherever we would like. Everything worked out as well as it could have for us in every other respect, and obviously we saved a great deal on gas even with paid DCFC. So while I feel slightly uneasy about how close we might have been to losing a few hours here or there due to charging issues (waiting, technical issues, not getting a hotel EV spot etc.), I think the infrastructure is already good enough and improving fast enough, that those concerns are not really the constraint.
What I'd love to see across the South are multiple (2-4) L3 chargers at every interstate rest stop, in main streets in towns on state highways/routes that are not interstates, and at local/state/national parks, as well as at more hotels - that is, enough density of chargers that one can be nearly as thoughtless about them as we are as ICE drivers about plotting routes without thinking of gas station. Neither commercial demand nor local/state/federal policy seem to be quite there yet but as EV adoption continues (esp. of non-Teslas!), I feel optimistic.
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