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2023.04.01 12:26 DeathorGloryGaming Motor City Mayhem is the largest ITC event in May! Join us on May 26-28 near Detroit, MI at our new venue with attached hotel. 256 player 40k Main Event, 2v2 Doubles, and Singles Sunday Events. One of the best tournament player experiences with top of the line terrain and excellent table spacing.
Looking for your next event after Adepticon? Look no further! MCM is the largest 40k ITC event in May, come join us! MCM is May 26-28 near Detroit, MI. We have a new and improved convention center as our venue, with a discounted room block at the attached Hyatt Hotel.
We have some of the best terrain of any 40k tournament. Our themed GW terrain tables are some the most balanced and best painted sets of any tournament. Additionally, we pair our mats with the terrain to complete the immersion on the table. In summary, we have some of the most mechanically fair and competitive tables in the tournament scene, while still maintaining our signature themed tables.
MCM is a full con with the following events on offer:
MCM WIP Terrain Link: https://imgur.com/a/IrrTH9e Join the Mayhem! https://deathorglorygaming.com/motor-city-mayhem
- Warhammer 40k Main Event (Friday-Saturday & Sunday cut to Top 8, 256 Players)
- Warhammer 40k 2v2 Event (Sunday, 100 players)
- Warhammer 40k Friendly Event (Sunday, 40 Players)
- Warhammer Kill Team Event (TBD)
- Age of Sigmar Main Event (Saturday-Sunday, 100 Players)
- Star Wars Legion Event (Saturday-Sunday, 32 Players)
- Marvel Crisis Protocol Event (Saturday, 24 players)
- Lord of the Rings Singles Event (Saturday, 40 Players)
- Lord of the Rings Doubles Event (Friday, 40 Players)
- Bolt Action Events (Friday - Saturday, 42 Players)
- Conquest Event (Parabellum Games, Saturday, 12 Players)
- Painting Classes and Seminars by Eric Swinson and Impending Duff (All Weekend)
- Magic the Gathering Events (Drafts and Commander all weekend)
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2023.04.01 08:16 Alive-Scratch7907 Will you take this order?
2023.04.01 08:07 Leipzig101 $1000/mo apartment scam on CalRental - 'Chris J' for some apartment in Telegraph
Don't fall for it. It's one of the more believable ones I've seen. Thread with more info here
They even included photos of some guy with his family (prolly AI generated, since that's possible these days).
Here's one of the emails:
Thank you for your interest in my apartment, it is still available. I will try to give you as many details as I can regarding the apartment in the following email.
The full address of the apartment is 2615 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704. Everything is just like in the pictures, fully equipped with all the appliances you need, very clean and well kept. The apartment can be rented furnished or if you want you can use your furniture and deposit mine in the storage unit. I work as an civil engineer and the company I work for has developed projects all around the world. Now, I have received a very good offer from them to move to the United Kingdom department, an offer that I have accepted.
The apartment is vacant so you can move-in anytime you want, also my contract in the UK is for the next 6 years, so for this period, I will not return 100%.
The rent of 1000$/month is for the whole apartment and includes all the utilities: heat, water, electricity, parking, laundry in-suite, washer and dryer also included, cable and internet. You will have full access to all building amenities. Just in case repairs are needed there, I will cover the costs, so no worries. The price I'm asking is below the market because I want to find a responsible tenant to take good care of the place.
I'm the owner of the apartment, it's already paid in full and there is no mortgage on it. You have everything you need near-by (public transportation, schools, groceries etc.). Also I love pets, so if you have any pets, I won't have any problem, pets are allowed. Honestly from my point of view I'm sure that You'll love it for sure and rent it on the spot.
Few questions: - I would like to know how many people will live in the apartment? - Any pets? - How long do you intend to rent the apartment for?
Please let me know if you are really interested in the place so we can discuss further.
Thank you and look forward to hearing from you! Chris
PS: I attached all the pictures that I have with the apartment (as you can see everything is in absolutely perfect condition). PS 2: Also, I have attached a few pictures with me, so you can put a face to the name. ```
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2023.04.01 07:42 imbrokebaby1 McDonald’s for the win!!
2023.04.01 06:43 ProSucc you guys ever notice the guy in the pills on the Relapse cover kinda looks like Eminem
2023.04.01 04:40 rclaux123 ... Sure.
2023.04.01 04:31 wolfontheright Just another fun Friday night in Long Island New York, it’s scary that these are being taken left and right, I don’t touch these but they don’t come back so people are taking them… please stop… more than one picture here
2023.04.01 02:23 HUGE_duck_boots Sterick Building purchased by local team; full redevelopment in the works
The Memphis Business Journal has been killing it lately with this sort of breaking news. Text:
The Sterick has stood dark and empty for decades. A new owner hopes to change that.
The Sterick Building has towered over the corner of Third Street and Madison Avenue for nearly a century, a symbol of Memphis' changing fortunes — for good and ill. The "Queen of Memphis" was a neo-Gothic marvel uplifting the skyline and telling of the city's prosperity across the middle 20th century. But, by 1987, it's final commercial tenants moved out, and the 29-story high-rise went dark.
It has stood empty since then, first as a domineering reminder of mass disinvestments Downtown, and then increasingly as an anachronism of blight that persisted despite the renaissance and revitalization going on all around it.
Now, the Sterick is ready to join a new era in Memphis, a glowing piece of an ever-growing promise of a brighter future.
Acquiring it as Sterling Hedrick LLC, a team led by Memphis developer Stuart Harris has purchased the Sterick property at 8 N. B.B. King Blvd. and the nearby Avis car lot from the family trust that has owned the land since before the skyscraper was built. The closing documents were signed just prior to the publication of this story.
The deal also dissolves the 99-year lease that has been owned for decades by New York City-based Equitable Holdings LLC and its corporate forebears. The coordinated move to acquire the property and terminate the lease in one fell swoop sees the land and the tower united under one entity for the first time in its history.
The Sterick Building development team The Memphian behind the complex deal, Stuart Harris, actually has redevelopment experience in the Sterick's immediate neighborhood.
Harris was co-developer of the $16 million renovation of The Commonwealth building at 240 Madison Ave. — about a minute's walk from the Sterick. In 2017, Walk-Off Properties LLC renovated The Commonwealth, a building that dates to 1926, for SouthernSun Asset Management's new headquarters. Harris led project while he was a senior associate with SouthernSun.
Harris is also co-founder of Blackbay Global Advisory, and he has almost two decades of experience in commercial and residential real estate, with firms such as Mercury Investment Management and CBRE.
Today, he runs his own real estate development firm, Constellation Properties, which is leading the Sterick project.
Joining him as principal of Constellation is Stuart Harris' father, Michael Harris. The elder Harris has nearly 50 years of experience in real estate development and corporate leadership. Currently a principal with Butler Snow Advisory Services, Michael Harris previously served as EVP and COO at Highwoods Properties Inc. He's worked on several high-profile projects throughout Tennessee, including the International Paper headquarters buildings in East Memphis and the 30-story, $200 million headquarters for Bridgestone Americas in Nashville.
Memphis-based LRK has been tapped as the Sterick project's architecture firm. The company designed many of the buildings near Sterick, including The Commonwealth renovation and AutoZone Park. LRK's own headquarters sits half a block away from the Sterick in Prospero Place, which it also designed.
Stuart Harris said that LRK created a 40-page viability plan on the Sterick during the due diligence phase. It lays out a scope narrative on how to make it work — "not what the Sterick would be but what it needs to be at a base line," Harris told MBJ.
Grinder, Taber & Grinder has served as a pre-construction consultant. Chad Stewart & Associates — another alum of The Commonwealth — is the Sterick project's structural engineer. That firm has done projects that range from the Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid to the Soulsville Charter School.
Louisiana-based Bernhard is set to serve as mechanical engineer, a role Harris describes as a “big piece” of the overall project’s potential success. Bernhard’s Memphis office has worked on the Kay Research and Care Center at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the Shorb Tower at Methodist University Hospital. Bernhard's highest-profile project: AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys.
The recent past and immediate future of the Sterick Harris has been working on the Sterick deal for years. Talks began in late 2020, and he has had the land under contract since October 2021.
The building's ownership was set to revert to the Grosvenor family when the 99-year lease expired on April 30, 2025. But a condition in the original lease loomed increasingly large as the expiration date neared: the agreement required the lease holder to return the building in "good repair and working order."
The Sterick, empty for 35 years, is in anything but that kind of condition. The clause, known as the restoration obligation, was a primary factor why nothing happened for so long, and solving it was crucial to why the deal finally was able to click into place now.
Even with a deal in place to take possession of the land sooner and the building once the lease ended in 2025, Harris was wary of the nightmare the Sterick would likely end up mired in. Wanting to preempt that legal morass when the lease expired without the building in good condition — and with the land deal in his back pocket, squared away — Harris entered into negotiations in earnest with the lease-holder, Equitable, in late 2021.
With this week's deal, Harris has closed on the land and dissolved the lease with Equitable.
The stage is now set to take the Sterick into the future. The property has a clean title under one owner, and the lease and its restoration obligation are history.
The deal will allow Harris to do as he sees fit and is able with the tower, and he has built a deeply experienced development team around him.
The project can now begin working toward getting its construction capital in order. Harris said the team will spend most of this year targeting a myriad of different federal and local incentives that could help fund a development that he sees costing in the hundreds of millions of dollars.
This is what Harris has been working toward for years. And really it's just the first step, however complicated.
As he has looked at the Sterick from his office in The Commonwealth, the lure of restoring the neo-Gothic tower has been too much to resist as the spaces around it prospered.
"I love old buildings Downtown and love the irreplaceable nature of them," Harris told MBJ. "And the Sterick is the crown jewel of historic buildings Downtown. I was and remain super nerdy on vintage things, and the Sterick is the crème de la crème."
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2023.04.01 01:52 pineapple_leaf Electric Scooter Parking?
I've been thinking for a while to get an electric scooter (I mean something like this
I have knee problems so biking is really painful for me, I literally feels my knees grinding when I try. Taking public transport everywhere is really expensive since the Dutch don't give equal conditions to international students. I usually walk to save money, but it takes a lot of time.
Buying a scooter would save me money in the long run (I don't have to pay for a monthly NS Pass as I live in Den Haag) and I don't have to bike or walk.
However, there is one big drawback that has made me doubt it: I don't know if TU Delft has parking for this type of vehicle. I wouldn't want to leave it outside and risk the rain or it being stolen. But also carrying around inside the building would be extremely inconvenient. However I have only seen like 2 people with these vehicles so I have no idea if there's parking for them.
Any information would be much appreciated!
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2023.04.01 01:47 crowmaire It’s back for me, I reinstalled the app and it appeared to fix it idk.