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2023.06.01 20:09 TraditionalLetter102 How to give units multiple orders?

Hey I’ve been watching a lot of vids online and seeing people give units multiple orders especially early game to go from one point to the next without having to micro so hard. I’ve been trying to figure out how to do it but have no idea can anyone help a brother out?
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2023.06.01 19:58 PriestessOfSpiders There is a door in my apartment which only appears after midnight.

The apartment was cheap, but not suspiciously so, especially given the relatively decrepit state of it. It was a 1 bedroom affair, the building itself constructed at some point before the Great Depression, and it certainly showed its age. The bathroom was prone to mold, the windows let in a draft even when closed, and the fact that it was up 6 flights of stairs in a building where the elevator seemed perpetually out of order certainly didn't help. However, beyond these usual allowances made for an affordable apartment in a city such as mine, there were no outward signs that anything wrong with the place. There were never any strange noises, unusual cold spots in the center of rooms, no eerie lights. For all intents and purposes, the apartment appeared utterly mundane.
It took me a frankly embarrassing amount of time to notice the door. 7 months in fact. I've never been much of a night owl, and on the rare occasions when I did have reason to be up in the wee hours my time was generally spent in someone else's bedroom.
At first, when I noticed the door, I assumed that I was hallucinating. I was, after all, in a fairly inebriated state, having just returned from a rather pleasant evening of laughter and debauchery. I already had experienced considerable difficulty in extricating my key from my apartment's lock, so I figured it was more likely that something had gone wrong with my perception rather than the unlikely scenario that a wood paneled door had suddenly materialized in my living room where previously there had only been wall.
It was old fashioned looking, with a shiny brass knob and wood the color of old leather. I shook my head for a moment and blinked, squinting at the object. The door was still there. I rubbed my eyes and closed them, counting down from 10. When I'd finished, I opened my eyes again. The door was still there. I'm not exactly sure what I thought counting down from 10 was supposed to accomplish. Beyond one mercifully brief experience with salvia at a very bad party, I'd never experienced hallucinations before, so I was sort of going off of what I'd seen in movies and TV shows.
There was something intensely unnerving about the door. It emanated a feeling of primal wrongness, I instinctually knew that I was gazing at something totally in violation of the natural order. It took a lot of willpower to do what I did next.
Having exhausted all other apparent options to my disorganized mind, I moved on to the next logical stage of inquiry; I tried to open it. The doorknob was cold to the touch, arctic even. It felt like touching the inside of a freezer. A shiver ran down my back, though I can't be sure in retrospect if it was entirely from the temperature. I tried to turn the knob. It didn't budge.
An immense sigh of relief escaped my lungs, releasing a breath that I didn't know I was holding in. Trying to think of what else I could do, I pulled out my phone and snapped a quick photo of the thing, sending it to my landlord, with a caption somewhere along the lines of "wtf is this dude, y is there a new door???"
Nodding sagely to myself, as if I had succeeded in doing anything of note, I stumbled my way into my bedroom and locked the door before falling into blissful slumber.
I awoke to the incessant screeching of my alarm clock loudly informing me that it was 7 o' clock, about 6 hours from when I had fallen asleep. I slammed my fist against "off" button and rubbed the sleep from my eyes with my other hand. In following with my usual morning routine, I then pulled out my phone and checked through my notifications.
Alongside the usual torrent of internet pseudo-acquaintances posting pictures of their brunches and whatnot was a text message from my landlord. "What are you talking about Christina", it read, "is this photoshop or something?"
At first, I didn't understand what he was referring to, but when the rusted gears of my sleepy (and hungover) brain finally started turning, I immediately jumped out of bed and scuttled over to the spot where the door had been just 6 hours prior. I did so with the intent of recording a video to further prove its existence to my skeptical landlord... but I was greeted with nothing but wall.
I texted my landlord an apology, lying and saying it was just a poorly thought out prank. Then I popped into my car and drove down to the local electronics store to purchase a camera from the grumpy underpaid college student behind the register.
Making my way over to the photography section, I searched a long while for the option that simultaneously fit my budget and the requirements for my investigation. Eventually, I found just the item.
It was a trailcam, the sort of thing hunters and geriatrics with too many acres of land and not enough hobbies use to observe wildlife. It had an SD card with enough space for several hours of blurry, black and white nightvision video, and most importantly it was cheap. I paid for my prize with the surly cashier and made my way happily back to my apartment.
I set it up securely in front of where the door had previously appeared, and, feeling like a genius, went about the rest of my day. I fell asleep that night secure in the knowledge that by morning I would have proof of what I had seen the night before.
The next morning, I rushed over excitedly to my living room, feeling like a child on Christmas morning. My giddy excitement died as I stepped into the living room, noticing the complete lack of the trailcam. Old Saint Nick appeared to have shit in my stocking.
I made my way back to the electronics store, forced once again into interacting with the student behind the register for whom my very existence seemed to be an inconvenience. Upon noticing my arrival, he sighed heavily. "Can I help you ma'am?" he said, emphasizing the last word with the same inflection one might say intestinal parasite.
"I'm looking for a cheap camera that will stream video directly to my computer." I said, trying my best to avoid mimicking the man's petulant tone.
Shrugging his shoulders and releasing another drawn out sigh, the cashier shuffled his way over to the photography section and picked out a small camera, rather similar to the last one I purchased, but approximately twice as much in terms of cost. "Do you have anything cheaper?" I asked, trying my best to sound polite.
"No." declared the cashier, with all the compassion of an exterminator crushing a cockroach beneath a steel toed boot.
I ended up paying the exorbitant price on my already abused credit card, and grumpily stalked back to the apartment to set up the new equipment, knowing I wouldn't get to see it after the night was over.
Nevertheless, I had to know how the door got there, and I needed to have irrefutable evidence.
The process to set up the new camera was a bit more involved than the last. There was all manner of fiddling about with connecting the device to my WiFi network and installing some new software to my computer, but by the time it was over it successfully uploaded footage directly to my hard drive where I could watch it at my leisure.
I went to bed that night wondering what I would do with the footage after I acquired it. After all, I couldn't really go to the police with it, could I? Excuse me officer, I imagined myself saying, but a mysterious door appears in my apartment at night, and I was wondering if you could send someone around to take a look? I'd end up institutionalized. Similarly, it's not like I could go to the newspapers either. I live in a big city, and the reporters have more important fish to fry than transient doors.
At some point while I pondered my options, I must have fallen asleep, because the next thing I knew I was awakened by the banshee cries of my alarm clock, angrily informing me that it was once again 7 o' clock.
I jumped out of bed, excitedly moving over to my computer to check the footage, finding that there was about 5 hours of video. I had turned on the camera at around 10 o' clock PM, so that meant whatever happened to the camera occurred at about 3 AM.
I set the video to fast forward and watched it carefully. The first 2 hours or so showed nothing, just the regular blank wall. At exactly 12 o' clock, however, static engulfed the screen, and suddenly the old wooden door simply appeared, as if it had always been there. I rewound the footage and played it at normal speed, trying to discern anything that would show how the door suddenly manifested in the wall of my apartment, but the static was far too heavy to tell. The video simply got incredibly distorted for around 10 seconds, and suddenly the static dissipated and there was the door.
Even on video, just looking at it gave me the chills. That sense of complete and utter wrongness came through even from the screen. I shivered slightly and set the video on fast forward yet again. There was no change in the door for nearly 3 hours, but as the video crept closer and closer to the end, I switched it back to normal speed with about a minute to spare.
As I watched, the door began to slowly open. There was no microphone built into the camera, but I could imagine the ancient hinges creaking. I could feel my palms begin to sweat as I stared, transfixed. I glanced at the time remaining on the video, it was only around 30 seconds.
As the video progressed onwards, the door eventually swung fully open, revealing a black, yawning void beyond it. Static began to gather at the corners of the screen, increasing in intensity as I vaguely discerned something moving in the darkness. The quality was rapidly degrading, and I couldn't tell any specifics, but it moved in an almost spider-like manner, skittery and deeply unnerving. It seemed just about to come into view when the footage fully dissolved into static and the video ended abruptly.
I leaned back in my chair, contemplating my next move. While the video had certainly convinced me that I wasn't just going crazy, I knew that it wouldn't exactly convince the average person. I could easily have added in the static with editing, and the vague movement behind the door could just be computer generated effects or some sort of puppet. After a few minutes of pondering, I came up with an idea.
"I'm sorry, what?" exclaimed Lilith, who was trying hard not to choke on her iced coffee.
"A door. It appears in my apartment at exactly midnight. I have it on video", I replied, sliding my phone across the table of the coffee shop.
I first met Lilith in college, where we shared a course on the history of Gothic literature. She was a perfect picture of the stereotypical goth, with pierced septum, dyed black hair, pentacle earrings, and a wardrobe whose diversity of color could charitably be compared to that of a raven. We hadn't spoken in a long time, but I figured if there was anyone I should contact about this sort of thing, it would be her.
I'd condensed the 5 hours of footage down to a few minutes with the help of a free online video editor, and watched in slight amusement as Lilith's brow furrowed, her eyes glued to the screen. After the video ended, she seemed utterly amazed.
"Any thoughts?" I asked, pulling back my phone.
"This is some sort of joke, right? You're screwing with me?" she asked, utterly bewildered by what I had just shown her.
"No joke. No screwing around. I figured you'd be the one to ask about this, because of the whole, you know..." I said, gesturing at the leviathan cross emblazoned on her black t-shirt.
Lilith rolled her eyes at me and fidgeted nervously with one of her bracelets. "I'm not sure Christina, this seems a little bit outside of my pay grade. I don't really know what you expect me to do."
"I just need a witness of some kind. What I've got here isn't really enough to prove anything on its own, but if someone else sees it that might lend me a bit of credibility. If some random chick goes to the news complaining about a mysterious door appearing in her living room at midnight that's nothing, but if I get a witness then they might have to listen to me. Plus, I figured maybe you could, I don't know, set up some form of protective circle or sigil or something." As soon as the last words left my lips, I felt like a moron, but Lilith actually seemed to perk up a little bit.
"I mean, I guess that makes sense. How about tonight? I can come over at about 11 o' clock so we have a little bit of time to get ready", she said, a tinge of excitement in her voice.
"Sound's like a plan then, I'll text you my address. I really appreciate you doing this for me." We got up from the booth, exchanged hugs, and went our separate ways. I was skeptical about how much good Lilith's "magickal" expertise would do with regard to the unearthly door, but I had mainly mentioned it to get her interested.
I wish I hadn't.
About 12 hours later, I heard a knock at the door (my front door, in this case, not the impossible one). I peeked through the peephole, saw it was Lilith, and I ushered her inside. She had brought with her a black leather bag, bulging with various books, candles, jars, and other occult accoutrements.
"That's a lot of stuff", I commented, gesturing towards the bag, "are you sure you'll need all of it?"
She shrugged. "I figured it's better to be safe than sorry. I'd rather be overprepared than come up short."
"Seems reasonable."
I showed her the spot of the blank wall where the door appears and she began setting up candles and incense, drawing strange signs with chalk, and pouring salt in a semi-circle in front of where the door would be. As she worked, she occasionally read out loud from some cheap paperbacks with titles like "The Witch's Bible" and "The Unquiet Dead: A Field Guide to the Afterlife".
To be entirely honest it was incredibly underwhelming. I didn't feel any "mystical energies" or unseen vistas of space and time yawning before me. There was just a goth screwing around with some candles while reciting mangled Latin out of books she got for 4.99 apiece at a charity shop.
Nevertheless, I let Lilith get on with her business and sat back drinking some cheap beer. After about 45 minutes she seemed satisfied. The floor and walls were covered with crude sigils done in white chalk, and the whole room smelt of incense and scented candles. I checked my watch, seeing it was 11:48.
I offered Lilith a drink but she declined, instead just taking a seat and fidgeting a bit with her jewelry. We talked for a while about what the door could be, where it came from, that sort of thing. Lilith seemed convinced it was must be the restless spirit of a former tenant, but I was a bit skeptical. While at this point I could no longer honestly say I didn't believe in the supernatural, this didn't necessarily strike me as some sort of haunting.
"I don't think it's a ghost", I said, taking a sip from my near empty can, "it strikes me as something further beyond our realm of experience than that. Something, I don't know, alien somehow. I mean it changes reality itself doesn't it? It transmutes a wall to a door, and let me tell you that door was real wood and the knob was real metal. Aren't ghosts supposed to be intangible or something?"
Lilith seemed like she was about to say something before she paused, a weird look crossing her face. "Christina, what time is it?" she whispered.
I checked my watch, the digital face reading out 12:07. I turned to see the door. It had been there for 7 minutes and we hadn't even noticed its arrival. Something about us not having realized it was there bothered me far more than its materialization. Was it possible that I'd passed by it in the apartment before and just never noticed it? I'd previously assumed that I'd simply always been asleep or out of the apartment when it materialized, but now I wasn't so sure.
Lilith had turned to look at it too, after a moment saying "It's like it's always been there."
The next 3 hours passed slowly, painfully. We snapped plenty of pictures of the door at every conceivable angle on our respective phones, videos too, and decided that after it disappeared again we should take footage of the bare wall for contrast. Lilith and I chatted a bit, but it was hard to continue conversations for long. Now that we had noticed it, we could feel the wrongness emanating out from the door, as if we were being watched by something just out of sight.
I don't know if there is such a thing as true evil, some sort of absolute moral right and wrong on a spiritual level. But being near that door, I felt like I was bearing witness to an atrocity against reality itself. We spent the last 2 hours of observation in nearly complete silence. It seemed like the longer we were cognizant of the door, the worse the feeling of discomfort got. If you've ever been on a roller coaster, you'll be familiar with the feeling of going up the track towards a long drop, the tension in your very blood as you brace yourself for the fall to come. As we sat there, I felt something similar.
I almost wanted to call the whole thing off, just have Lilith and I go to a 24 hour fast food place or something and call it a night. But I had to know.
Unlike with the door's appearance, we noticed when it started to open. We sat there, paralyzed with fear and excitement as it slowly started to creak open, the worn hinges squealing just as I thought they would. The room grew significantly colder, until we were both shivering intensely. Behind the door was void, absolutely void. It was black as the depths of the ocean and emanated pure dread. The smell of incense and scented candles seemed to dissipate, replaced with a vague stench like rotting seaweed.
Finally, the entrance was swung fully open, and we sat there, staring blankly into it. We didn't even try to pull out our phones to record what we saw. The thought to do so didn't cross my mind until well after.
I could see something start to move in the darkness beyond, some sort of motion, spidery, skittering. It was coming towards us. I caught a vague glimpse of a long, thin limb reaching out from the door, coming towards us, grasping blindly from out of the dark, and then-
I felt the sun shining on my face, my entire body sore.
I opened my eyes to find myself lying on the ground, outside. There were trees overhead, but the foliage wasn't dense enough to block out the light which had awoken me. All things being equal, I would have preferred my alarm clock.
I stood up, painfully, taking stock of my surroundings. I was in a park, one which I had been to before, located a couple miles from my apartment. I looked for my phone, but couldn't find it. I began to stumble my way back home, trying my best to ignore my aching muscles. I called out for Lilith a couple times, but was met only with silence. She was gone.
As I limped my way along, a passing jogger called out "Nice tattoo". Confused, I looked down at my arm.
Burned into my flesh in white letters, as if through frostbite, were the words "BRING MORE".
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2023.06.01 19:58 Prize-Presentation98 Any websites good for ordering ammo?

I am trying to order ammo online since I can’t find any in store, I four TendaCanada and I am not sure if they are legit or if they are a scam, reviews are always a moshposh and I am not sure what to believe. I am a Canadian citizen. Any website suggestions or reviews on TendaCanada
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2023.06.01 19:55 corsega Honest Profile Reviews (and Profile Guide) - June 2023

In most online dating subreddits, profile reviews focus on aspects of the person that won't actually lead to increased results, like bios or silly minutiae regarding someone's profile. Here at SwipeHelper, we realize that the two biggest factors regarding success on apps are your personal attractiveness and the quality of your photos.
The idea of this thread is for people to get honest advice on both aspects:
  1. how to improve one's profile
  2. tips for improving your physical attractiveness so that you can come across better on your app of choice.
All profiles posted will be given advice on both how to improve their profile as well as maximize their looks (if needed - for some people they are attractive enough and the profile itself is more of the problem, or vice versa).
The following are required information in every profile review request:
- What type of relationship you're looking for (hookups, FWBs, something more serious, marriage)
- Your current level of success (number of matches per week and how many likes you send out) plus if you're paying for any premium features

SwipeHelper Profile Guide

NOTE: READ THIS GUIDE THOROUGHLY BEFORE POSTING YOUR PROFILE HERE. If your profile does not live up to the guide's standards, your comment will be removed and you will be referred back to the guide.
Archetype and Story
Before you build a Tinder profile, you need to determine your archetype. What vibes do you want to give off to attract your ideal type of girl? Attractive archetypes could include:
The following are not attractive archetypes. If you are one of these people, either change your lifestyle or at least make it look like you aren't.
You get the idea.
Once you have your attractive archetype, you should aim to tell a story through your photos - don't just have a bunch of photos of you standing around posing for the camera. When someone swipes through your photos, they should get a full picture of who you are, what you look like, what you like to do, and what spending time with you will feel like.
General Photo Quality and Looks You Should Emulate
The minimum acceptable photo quality you need to succeed on Tinder these days is a professional photo taken with a DSLR camera. Yes, this probably means you need to pay a photographer to take photos of you. May seem like a big investment, but for a few hundred dollars you get a bunch of great photos that you can ride for years.
Read the following two articles for examples of photos that do well: Playing With Fire Ultimate Guide to Tinder Profile Pictures and Playing With Fire 6 Highly Successful Tinder Photos for Men and Why They Work
And the following article for photo inspiration:
Photo Order and Types
Your first photo should be an upper-body shot with your full head (no sunglasses) and torso visible, taken with the highest-quality camera possibly, preferably a DSLR. You should be wearing stylish clothes that fit your archetype. YOU SHOULD BE THE ONLY PERSON IN THE PHOTO. DO NOT USE A GROUP PHOTO AS YOUR FIRST PHOTO.
For your other photos, choose from:
Each photo needs to be in a different setting and you need to be wearing a different outfit in each. They should not look like they were taken the same day or on the same photoshoot.
Do not include photos that:
You do not need to fill out all nine photos. As long as you have more than three photos, you're fine. Remember, you will be judged on your worst photo, so make sure they're all solid.
Finally, learn to pose and squinch (narrowing your eyes to make you appear more attractive).
A more detailed guide from a different perspective can be found at:
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2023.06.01 19:53 jasminenice Help! DPD delivery options?

Help needed! What are options are provided to amend the delivery of a DPD parcel on the day of delivery?
I've ordered some furniture from M&S to be delivered to my home, it now transpires will be delivered by DPD tomorrow. No problem except for a few years ago I'd changed the settings on my DPD app for all my DPD parcel deliveries to be delivered to a local collection point instead, the nearest of which is a local Matalan store.
I'd completely forgotten all about this setting (which I've now changed), having not ordered anything online using DPD delivery since 2021, so never for a moment thought that my furniture would be delivered there instead. DPD are unable to amend the delivery address to my home address, M&S also can't change it.
Does anyone know if the DPD app will allow me to amend the delivery address to my home address tomorrow? I'm hoping their system will refresh overnight and provide me with some options, this situation is far from ideal.
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2023.06.01 19:51 Dashiznit1 Sound Burger order canceled by audio technica

I've been wanting to upgrade from my AT-LP60X to something more portable and finally placed an order for the new sound burger yesterday. Even though the product page said in stock it was marked out of stock and turned into a pre order when I went to check out. This morning I woke up to an email saying it was canceled and support isn't responding but their login page is completely broken so I can't log in to start a chat.
Has anyone else had this happen to them? I'm baffled at how broken their online store is and how bad this experience has been.
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2023.06.01 19:50 Hyphz Is it right to be frustrated by "verbal clickbait"?

Several people I know do love to make statements that I'd put in this context.
"I heard something really funny."
[while looking at something on their phone I can't see] "Well, that's a bit of a downer."
"Have you seen what's happened in the news?"
I've started to respond to these by saying "click" because it's annoying enough when it happens online, and I'm not sure I really need it happening all the time when with actual people either, but is that way out of order?
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2023.06.01 19:48 Fragrant-Owl1814 Help with groceries

Hi can someone please help me with a Walmart grocery order? I don’t get paid until Tuesday and I need food to last through the weekend for me and my kids. Thank you in advance! !!!
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Hi friends!!! I know that the HOT TOPIC merch shirts were online and then taken down (these events happened about a week ago), but i think i found a way to order them if you can’t go in-store or if your store doesn’t have them!! i have attached a video play-by-play of how i did it, so i hope this works for you!!! i did this on the app, but i’m pretty sure it’s the same for the website as well :) WHAT I DID: on the home page click on “shop” and it should pull up a menu of categories. scroll down until you see “band merch” and click on that. this should pull up another menu of options to choose from. click on “apparel” and then “tees”. the first result for me was the green mushroom shirt, and after scrolling a tiny bit down i saw the fairy heart shirt. hope this helps!!!
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2023.06.01 19:40 eggyallanpoe Online frozen feeder retailers?

I couldn't find a recent post about this so sorry if it's a repetitive question. Are there any decent, appropriately priced online frozen feeder retailers? I'm east coast USA.
The three pet stores near me (Petco, PetSmart, and a small business) regularly run out of frozen fuzzies. Its to the point I buy half the stock I see on shelves when I see it and have to repetitively ask them to order more and call me when they're in but I find myself struggling to get more. For reference, there was a nearly 2 month period I couldn't find any at those stores. Luckily I had enough on hand and a friend that gave me a couple from her supply. There's a very reliable store about an hour and a half from me that I'd happily buy in bulk from if needed but I'd rather pay a bit extra in shipping than take that trip frequently.
I'm happy to buy in bulk of up to 100 if needed but everywhere I see is either sketchy as hell and charging $50 for 150 or way overpriced charging $200 for 50 not including shipping. I don't need large rats or anything, just fuzzies.
Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks!
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2023.06.01 19:39 Cant_pick_a_usernam Do you need a prescription to buy cpap mask of amazon ?

if i order a mask online will they require a prescription to buy it ?
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2023.06.01 19:39 Francesco_sant [General] Advice on growing panellus stipticus

I was thinking about ordering some liquid culture online. This is the first time I try to grow mushrooms. Should I let the mushrooms grow on a log or on some other substrate?
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2023.06.01 19:38 ftaok Pennsylvania - sales tax charged on pants and jeans from and

Hello. I'm wondering if there's some sort of nuance in PA where clothing is not subject to sales tax if bought in a brick-mortar store, but taxed if bought online.
I recently bought some pants and jeans from Levis and Dockers via their websites. Well what do you know, I've been charged with 6% PA sales tax, even though it's regular clothing, which hasn't been taxed in PA for just about ever.
Their websites both say this ...
Sales tax: State laws require that we charge applicable sales tax or use tax on orders shipped to addresses in the following states: AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, NC, NJ, NV, NY, OH, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI. In certain states (AL, AZ, CO, LA) we are only required to collect tax in a limited number of cities and counties.
PA is included in that list and so in NJ which also does not tax clothing.
I chatted with a customer rep and they are giving be a one-time refund in the value of the sales tax, but said that any future orders will be charged sales tax. I guess that's fine, but I'm just wondering if they're correctly collecting sales tax in PA.
Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks.
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2023.06.01 19:36 cravewing What does "schoolmaster" mean to you?

I may be many years away from getting or leasing my own horse, but I still do skulk around and look at advertisements. I find it to be a fun way to see how horses are described and marketed. So far I've come across the term "schoolmaster" quite a few times.
From my understanding, a schoolmaster is a horse that knows how to ride and can teach it to you. It's a horse that can adjust it's riding style to the rider on it, and can cover for their flaws. Riding school horses come to mind when I think of this.
However I've seen schoolmasters online being highly competitive and achieving horses with numerous accolades and competition experience. For me, someone who just wants to hack, school and maybe do some low level competing, it feels like overkill.
However is it that a schoolmaster has to have competition experience in order to get that term? Just curious about the general consensus and whether I have understood the term correctly.
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2023.06.01 19:33 hookedbymaxine TIL; dye lots aren’t a guarantee.

TIL; dye lots aren’t a guarantee.
They are all the same lot#, same company, and ordered online at the same time. I feel like I’m taking crazy pills!
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2023.06.01 19:27 dreamingofislay Feis Ile 2023 Day Six Recap - Kilchoman Day (6/1)

Feis Ile 2023 Day Six Recap - Kilchoman Day (6/1)
It's hard to believe we're on the back half of Feis week already. We lucked into another beautiful, sunny day, making this one of the best weather weeks that Islay's had for the festival in a long time.
Lots to share:
  • Kilchoman was mobbed. Not sure why, but the crowds were much bigger today than on previous open days. It was a very lively atmosphere, and the distillery put on one of the best open days of the week. The free swag kit included the common mini-glencairn and lanyard, along with three dram tokens, good for pours of Machir Bay, Sanaig, and 100% Islay 12th edition.
  • The distillery offered a lot to see and do. Two fun festival games for 5 pounds a try: (1) quoits, i.e., tossing rope rings onto the necks of Kilchoman bottles for a pour; and (2) cornhole with prizes (a 4/4 would win the Feis Ile bottle). I tried my hand at quoits and failed miserably, but the consolation prize was a pour of Machir Bay, so there were no losers. Multiple food stations including the well-regarded Kilchoman Cafe and a larger BBQ stand outside. The gift shop was packed with people buying a lot of Kilchoman bottles. And the music came from the Rolling Drones, a band that featured the rare female bagpiper. Throughout the day, the Islay Pipe Band would play the bagpipes as well.
  • Kilchoman kept producing on Feis day, and we loved that they let everyone into the stillhouse to see things in process. Employees were on hand to chat and answer questions. Visitors could also get into one of the warehouses or visit the malting floor. Overall, Kilchoman felt more open than other distilleries and more interested in showing guests how their whisky gets made, no tour booking needed.
  • Like Bowmore, Kilchoman kept some tours bookable on the day-of, including core range tastings on the hour and farm tours. Great mix between the online pre-booking system, which could be very competitive, and day-of availability.
  • Big changes are coming at Kilchoman, as they are on the rest of the island, although everything is aimed at maintaining their light and floral house style. Since Port Ellen is cutting off everyone's maltings, Kilchoman has applied to create its own commercial malting operation. It's also building new warehouses that will be racked instead of dunnage. And their cask supplier is switching from Buffalo Trace to Breckenridge due to BT cutting off their supply. Amidst all that, the distillery is doubling production again with new stills and washbacks. And, as if all that isn't enough, the youngest Wills brother, Peter, is going to head up a new rum distillery in Barbados, under the parent company but with its own, as-yet-unannounced name. Yes, you read that right. Kilchoman (or the family that owns it) will be making sugarcane rum in the Caribbean.
  • We did a Past, Present, and Future tasting with George Wills, one of the founding couple's three sons, and one of the distillery's star brand managers. The experience helped us appreciate how Kilchoman has changed from its earlier years until now, while showcasing the common DNA in their whisky. As a sneak peak of the "future," we got to try two upcoming drams, and George also announced they'll be releasing a 5,000-bottle run of a 15- or 16-year-old Kilchoman soon worldwide. Overall, the Kilchoman events were reasonably priced compared to other distilleries, and most of the major sessions were headed up by one of the Wills, which really does confirm it's a family business.
  • We met a guy who works at The Lakes Distillery, a Kilchoman-like distillery in England's Lakes District that just won World Whiskies Single Malt of the Year award. Very cool, and excited for their whiskies to make it across the pond to us!
I must have doubled my memory archive of Kilchomans today, which is wonderful:
Kilchoman 100% Islay, 12th edition - This welcome dram was only peated to around 20-25 ppm but could have fooled me. It had that high, clear, bright, and fruity note common to most Kilchomans, but this one complemented it with a generous dollop of smoke.
Kilchoman Machir Bay - Had a bottle of this at home back in 2018, but haven't had it now in five years or so. It was more medicinal than I remembered and a great reference point for the brand. Floral, a little fruity, but with an ashy peat in all three stages. Machir Bay has stayed a young whisky, even as Kilchoman's stock has aged up, but it doesn't taste young.
Kilchoman Feis Ile 2023 - This mashup combines two bourbon casks and an oloroso sherry butt. In flavor, it fell somewhere in between Highland Park Cask Strength (Batch 1) and Highland Park 18. Mandarin orange, wisps of smoke, loads of nutiness, and then a buildup of drying spice late in the mouth and during the finish. Very nice whisky.
Kilchoman 100% Islay, 3rd edition - The first of two "past" drams from the Past, Present, and Future tasting. This very young Kilchoman was a decent lightly peated whisky on the palate and finish, but the nose smelled like birthday cake after about 30 minutes.
Kilchoman Spring 2011 release - The second "past" dram was much drier and woodier, despite a similar 3-4-year age range, compared to the previous one. In this ex-bourbon release, the core notes that would become Machir Bay are already apparent. Sourdough bread, lemon peel and peat smoke, and a hint of latex gloves.
Kilchoman Fino Cask Matured 2023 - The "present" marked a big step up into some complex drams. This one had a salt-and-stone maritime peat aroma, but it was surprisingly plush and creamy in the mouth. The finish was bright and medicinal and suffused up into my nose, a vastly better finish than the first two. Just 5 years old, so not much older, but a great pick.
Kilchoman Comraich Batch 6 - This special edition only goes out to the distillery's special partner bars, places like Delilah's in Chicago or Jack Rose in DC. My favorite of the day, it was made up of 2012 ex-bourbon casks that got a finish in Calvados. Smelled like the lemon drizzle cake we ate an hour earlier at the cafe, with nice citrus and orchard fruit flavors.
Kilchoman 100% Islay, 13th edition - For our glimpse into the future, they pulled out the cask-strength version, around 56%, of the upcoming 13th edition of 100% Islay. This'll be proofed down to 50% in the commercial release, and George said it's better at the lower ABV. The nose combined the vanilla and oak more characteristic of bourbon, and after that it was plum and barley galore. Another winner.
PX Cask Matured 2023 - Another release coming out in the next six months or so. One thing I'm starting to learn from this trip is that I don't like Islay whiskies matured or finished in PX as much as I thought I did. This one had that damp, warehouse funk I'm starting to associate with PX, followed by a lot of sherry sweetness balanced out by wood and petrol.
Earlier recaps here:
Day One, Lagavulin
Day Two, Bruichladdich - but we skipped and did Bunnahabhain
Day Three, Caol Ila
Day Four, Laphroaig
Day Five, Bowmore and Ardnahoe
Bonus notes from Days One through Five
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2023.06.01 19:26 Puzzleheaded_Line210 I can’t seem to find glasses that fit my face! My mom works at Walmart in the Pharmacy. So it’s like a benefit we get glasses cheaper if we get them from there but now I’m open to ordering them online or whatever I need to do!

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2023.06.01 19:26 PrettyMetalDude First version of the running order online & 2 new additions to the billing!

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