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Curious about Hematocrit and Prolactin

2023.06.02 15:43 Catch3387 Curious about Hematocrit and Prolactin

Bloods taken at trough as usual. Should I consider donating blood with my Hematocrit at this level? Also, what the hell could be elevating my Prolactin? The only med I’m on is Test Cyp. Is this level anything I should be concerned about? TIA
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2023.06.02 15:11 Catch3387 Curious about Hematocrit and Prolactin

Curious about Hematocrit and Prolactin
This is my second round of bloodwork since starting TRT a few months ago. Bloods taken at trough as usual. Is this Hematocrit level when I should consider donating blood? Also, what could be causing the elevated prolactin? Is that level anything that should warrant concern? Thanks in advance!
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2023.05.24 19:46 Gatolimb instacart after yesterday's update

instacart after yesterday's update
After yesterday's update of the instacart map it was damaged. one talks to support and those people are lost
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2023.05.10 19:29 Phow-Ji AOS package review

Okay, I'm getting everything together and organized for my AoS package. I would appreciate some additional eyes on my cover letter to ensure that I haven't forgotten anything. Plus, I have a few additional questions at the end. Thanks!
[NAME]
[A#:]
[ADDRESS]
[CITY/STATE/ZIP CODE]
[PHONE]
[DATE]

USCIS
Attn: AOS (Box 650288)
2501 S. State Hwy. 121 Business
Suite 400
Lewisville, TX 75067-8003

Re: Form I-485 Application to Adjust Status for [NAME]
To Whom It May Concern:
I am currently paroled and residing in the United States of America. The place of my port of entry to the United States was Fort Lauderdale, FL on 02/25/2023.
I am filling form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status together with form I-864, Affidavit of Support, form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, and form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization.
My eligibility is based upon lawful admission to the United States, the spouse of a U.S. citizen, and having an approved I-130. Please find enclosed form I-485 together with accompany forms and all supporting documents and evidence. Thank you!
Signed,
[NAME]

I-485 COVER LETTER
[NAME]
[A#]
[ADDRESS]
[CITY/STATE/ZIP CODE]
[PHONE]
[DATE]

USCIS
Attn: AOS (Box 650288)
2501 S. State Hwy. 121 Business
Suite 400
Lewisville, TX 75067-8003

Nature of the submission:
I-485 – Immediate Relative (Spouse) Family Based Adjustment of Status
Application, ORIGINAL SUBMISSION

To Whom It May Concern:
Enclosed please find my Form I-485, Immediate Relative (Spouse) Family Based Adjustment of Status Application, form I-864, Affidavit of Support, form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization and all supporting documents and evidence as follows:
Contents Include:

Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status
• I-485 cover letter
• 2 Passport style photographs with full name on back and on plastic bag
• Photocopy of passport's biographical page with parole stamp
• Photocopy of birth certificate with certified English translation
• Photocopy of marriage certificate with certified English translation
• Form I-797, Notice of Action
• Form G-1145, E-Notification Application
• Form I-94, Arrival/Departure Record
• Form G-1450, Authorization for Credit Card Transactions

Form I-864, Affidavit of Support
• I-864 cover letter
• Photocopy of passport biographical page
• Photocopy of marriage certificate with certified English translation
• 2022 IRS tax return transcript
• Bank statements
• Date bank account opened
• Pay stubs for 2023
• Employment verification letter
• Form G-1145, E-Notification Application

Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record
• I-693 cover letter
• Form G-1145, E-Notification Application

Form I-131, Application for Travel Document
• I-131 cover letter
• Photocopy of marriage certificate with certified English translation
• Photocopy of passport's biographical page with parole stamp
• 2 Passport style photographs with full name on back and on plastic bag
• Form I-94, Arrival/Departure Record
• Form G-1145, E-Notification Application

Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization
• I-765 cover letter
• Photocopy of passport's biographical page with parole stamp
• 2 Passport style photographs with full name on back and on plastic bag
• Photocopy of marriage certificate with certified English translation
• Form I-797, Notice of Action
• Form I-94, Arrival/Departure Record
• Form G-1145, E-Notification Application

Follow-up questions:
1) Is it okay to include only the first page of each bank statement? Otherwise, I would have to print several dozen extra pages.
2) Not really a question, but I'm still a little nervous about meeting the financial requirements for I-864. I would like some assurance that as long as my current gross income exceeds the federal poverty guidelines by 125%, I'm good to go.
3) Do I need a cover letter for each form? If so, do I need the full list (as above) or only the information that pertains to that form?
4) I already got the I-693 medical examination even though I'm not sure it's needed for AoS. Should I still include it or hold onto it?
5) Do I need to mark the outside mailing envelope with the names of all the forms included? Or should I just indicate it is form I-485?
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2023.05.08 02:39 senojpromotions CashMon

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2023.05.03 21:16 HogsMod 2024 Recruiting Megathread: May

Football

2024 Football Commits (#14 by 247, #13 by Rivals)
Player Position Location Composite Rating Rating at Commit
Kavion Henderson DL Leeds, AL ****(.9336) ****(.9245)
Dion Stutts DT Memphis, TN ***(.8759) ***(.8759)
Noreel White CB Ocean Springs, MS ****(.9075) ****(.9002)
Julius Pope LB Batesville, MS ****(.8993) ****(.8993)
KJ Jackson QB Montgomery, AL ****(.8917) ****(.8917)
Jade Allen CB Aledo, TX ****(.8985) ****(.8985)
Courtney Crutchfield WR Pine Bluff, AR ****(.8933) ****(.8933)
Charleston Collins DL LItte Rock, AR ****(.9202) ****(.9202)
Tevis Metcalf CB Pinson, AL ***(.8550) ***(.8550)
247 Crystal Ball Prediction Link
Top Football Targets
Player Location Rating Crystal Ball/Committed
OFFENSE
QB
RB
Braylen Russell Benton, AR ****(.9094) Arkansas (1) 100%
Nate Palmer Decatur, TX ****(.8970) NONE
Traevon Dunbar Aiken, SC ***(.8759) NONE
Jadan Baugh Decatur, GA ****(.9015) NONE
Jordan Lyle Fort Lauderdale, FL ****(.9061) NONE
Kewan Lacy Lancaster, TX ****(.8793) NONE
Taylor Tatum Longview, TX ****(.9780) Michigan 100%
WR
CJ Brown Bentonville, AR N***(.8750) NONE
Josiah Martin Denton, TX ***(.8759)
Dozie Ezukanma Forth Worth, TX ***(.8693) NONE
Bryant Wesco Midlothian, TX ****(.9648) Oklahoma (3) 100%
Ryan Wingo St Louis, MO *****(.9905) Tennessee (1) 100%
Parker Livingstone Lovejoy, TX ****(.9098) Arkansas (1) 50% - Texas (2) 50%
Dae'von Hall Bellevue, NE ****(.8940) Nebraska (1) 100%
Jeremiah McClellan St Louis, MO ****(.9294) Ohio State
Delon Miller Silsbee, TX ****(.9663) NONE
TE
Kylan Fox Loganville, GA ****(.9190) NONE
Decker DeGraaf Glendora, CA ***(.8650) NONE
Max LeBlanc Chattanooga, TN ****(.9000) NONE
OL
Kobe Branham Forth Smith, AR NR NONE
JacQawn McRoy Pinson, AL ****(.9111) NONE
Max Anderson Frisco, TX ****(.9245) Michigan (1) 100%
Jonah Logan Saint Louis, MO NR NONE
Daniel Akinkunmi NFL Academy (London) NR NONE
Fletcher Westphal Leesburg, VA ****(.9138) NONE
Kai Greer Waxhaw, NC ***(.8867) NONE
Makai Saina Arlington, TX ****(.8933) NONE
Daniel Calhoun Roswell, GA ****(.9661) NONE
Barry Walker Cordele, GA ***(.8793) NONE
Web Davidson Macon, GA NR NONE
Jason Zandamela Clearwater, FL ****(.9203) Florida State (1) 100%
Waltclaire Flynn Jr. Loganville, GA ****(.9202) NONE
Andrew Sprague Kansas City, MO ****(.9342) Michigan 100%
DEFENSE
DE
TJ Lindsey Bryant, AR ***(.8900) Texas A&M (1) 100%
Kellen Lindstrom Springfield, MO ****(.9178) NONE
Kameryn Fountain Atlanta, GA ****(.9567) NONE
Tycoohill Luman Miami, FL ***(.8659) NONE
Tyclean Luman Miami, FL ***(.8593) NONE
Solomon Williams Tampa, FL ***(.8826) NONE
Danny Okoye Tulsa, OK ****(.9355) NONE
Zina Umeozulu Allen, TX ****(.9474) NONE
Williams Nwaneri Lees Summit, MO *****(.9971) Oklahoma (2) 100%
Collin Simmons Duncanville, TX *****(.9971) LSU (1) 100%
DT
Marcus Downs Greer, SC ***(.8826) NONE
Kamarion Franklin Lake Cormorant, MS *****(.9771) NONE
Nigel Smith II Melissa, TX ****(.9596) Oklahoma (2) 100%
Jayden Jackson Bradenton, FL ***(.8750) NONE
Alex January Duncanville, TX ***(.8865) NONE
Malik Blocton Pike Road, AL ****(.8908) NONE
Terrell Spruill Rockledge, FL N***(.8478) NONE
Landon Marshall Andalusia, AL ***(.8550) NONE
David Stone Bradenton, FL *****(.9963) Oklahoma (3) 77.8% - Michigan State (2) 22.2%
Xadavien Sims Durant, OK ****(.9263) Michigan State (4) 100%
LB
Brian Huff Jonesboro, AR ****(.9096) Arkansas (2) 100%
Jordan Burns Atlanta, GA ****(.8933)
Melvin Laster Liberty, MO ***(.8900) NONE
D'Angelo Barber Pinson, AL ***(.8867) NONE
Xavier Atkins Humble, TX ****(.9163) Committed to LSU
Justin Logan Marietta, GA ***(.8900) NONE
CB
Braylon Conley Humble, TX ***(.8883) NONE
Tony-Louis Nkuba Lewisville, TX ***(.8831) NONE
Chris Johnson Jr Aledo, TX ****(.8927) NONE
Elijah Hall Tuskegee, AL ***(.8550) NONE
Josh Philostin West Palm Beach, FL ****(.8924) NONE
Patrick Broomfield Clarksdale, MS ***(.8650) Mississippi State (1) 100%
Selman Bridges Temple, TX ****(.9713) NONE
S
Ka'Davion Dotson Duncanville, TX ****(.9159) LSU (2) 100%
Tyler Singleton Many, LA ****(.9417) NONE
KJ Bolden Buford, GA *****(.9957) NONE
Tomauri Johnson Miami, FL ***(.8685) NONE
Marqavious Saboor Marietta, GA ***(.8800) NONE
Ashton Hampton Tallahassee, FL ***(.8689) NONE
Kenyan Kelly Denison, TX ***(.8886) NONE
Tyler Woodard (JUCO) Memphis, TN NR NONE

Basketball

2023 Basketball Signees (#9 by 247, #18 by Rivals)
Player Pos. Location Composite
Layden Blocker PG Maumell, AR *****(.9901)
Baye Fall C Denver, CO *****(.9900)
Transfer Portal contacts via NWAHutch
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2023.05.03 06:43 whirlpool4 Events for Thu 5/4 - Sun 5/7 (Cinco de Mayo Weekend)

** Thu 5/4 ** -- Star Wars Day
NME Movie Night: Star Wars - The Empire Strikes Back The Guild Cinema Join New Mexico Entertainment for the May The Fourth Be With You screening of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Presale ticket purchasers will be entered to win door prizes from Bubonicon and artists Jeremy Montoya and Jon Sanchez. Costumes are strongly encouraged. The adventure continues in this "Star Wars" sequel. Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, and Chewbacca face an attack by the Imperial forces and its AT-AT walkers on the ice planet Hoth. While Han and Leia escape in the Millennium Falcon, Luke travels to Dagobah in search of Yoda. Only with the Jedi master's help will Luke survive when the dark side of the Force beckons him into the ultimate duel with Darth Vader
Thu 4 - 8 PM Kingston Dominguez Fundraiser Elevate Trampoline Park, 3301 Southern Blvd. SE, Rio Rancho Join us in supporting both Kingston & his family in his battle with Kidney Cancer. Kingston is the youngest sibling of one of our very dedicated & valued employees. We will be donating 20% of all full price jump sales to Kingston & his family. Come have fun while supporting an important cause & an amazing family!
Thu 6 - 8 PM Free Outdoor Music Series (Justin Nunez) Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm, 4803 Rio Grande Blvd. NW, Los Ranchos From May through mid-October, we'll be welcoming local musicians to Los Poblanos each Thursday evening. Paired with beautiful New Mexican weather and creative cocktails from our Rio Grande Valley Rescue Truck, you just may want to visit each week. No reservations are required. Musicians will be playing outside around the silos. Seating is first-come, first-served. Beverages will be available for purchase from our vintage Rescue Truck
Thu 6 - 9 PM Trivia for a Cause: Star Wars Heights Public House, 5200 Eubank Blvd. NE May the 4th be with you! Join us in celebrating both Star Wars & Lung Force Awareness month at Trivia for a Cause! All funds raised from the competition fees will benefit the American Lung Association - NM Chapter in honor of the winning team. $25 competition fee - Registration required. -Teams of 2-10. Register your team and pay the $25 competition. Trivia consists of 50 questions spread throughout 5 rounds. Questions will mostly cover the movies with some questions regarding the various TV series -The winning team will receive a Star Wars gift bundle including a $100 Bosque Gift Card -Small prizes for all contestants -Cocktail specials exclusive to this event -Family friendly event
Thu 6 - 9 PM Star Wars Day Slice and Dice Pizzeria, 5720 McMahon Blvd. NW, Ste B Join us to celebrate a galaxy far, far away! We will have mini and full-length role-playing games, Sabaac, Star Wars Legion demos, raffles and prizes! Participate in any of our events for more raffle tickets (click link for more info about each event)
Thu 7 - 8:45 PM Full Moon Run! Rio Grande Park, 1744 Kit Carson Ave SW There's some special Fun at this month's Full Moon Run. Many people have waited and asked for a May The Fourth Be With You run...Well. Here it is! No, we won't have any Jedi present so we'll have to bring our own fun with us (though none will be turned away). We will have all of the usual revelry: a Fun Run/Walk in moon light, snacks and raffles after, and enjoying being out with other happy adventurers. 20 minutes out and back along the paved Bosque Footpath. Run, walk, skip or roll is the evenings goa all at your own pace. We'll start signing in folks at 7pm as it's staying lighter later. Our run/walk will start at 7:45pm. Invite your friends & families, find the dog's leash, share this post and come on out. Everyone is welcome...even Nerds. We hope to see you all there!
Thu 7 - 10 PM Tractor of Terror: Psycho Tractor Brewing - Wells Park, 1800 4th St. NW We are starting off our 𝙈𝙤𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙧 𝙆𝙣𝙤𝙬𝙨 𝘽𝙚𝙨𝙩 block with the 1960 Hitchcock classic Psycho. 𝘞𝘩𝘦𝘯 𝘭𝘢𝘳𝘤𝘦𝘯𝘰𝘶𝘴 𝘳𝘦𝘢𝘭 𝘦𝘴𝘵𝘢𝘵𝘦 𝘤𝘭𝘦𝘳𝘬 𝘔𝘢𝘳𝘪𝘰𝘯 𝘊𝘳𝘢𝘯𝘦 𝘨𝘰𝘦𝘴 𝘰𝘯 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘭𝘢𝘮 𝘸𝘪𝘵𝘩 𝘢 𝘸𝘢𝘥 𝘰𝘧 𝘤𝘢𝘴𝘩 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘩𝘰𝘱𝘦𝘴 𝘰𝘧 𝘴𝘵𝘢𝘳𝘵𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘢 𝘯𝘦𝘸 𝘭𝘪𝘧𝘦, 𝘴𝘩𝘦 𝘦𝘯𝘥𝘴 𝘶𝘱 𝘢𝘵 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘯𝘰𝘵𝘰𝘳𝘪𝘰𝘶𝘴 𝘉𝘢𝘵𝘦𝘴 𝘔𝘰𝘵𝘦𝘭, 𝘸𝘩𝘦𝘳𝘦 𝘮𝘢𝘯𝘢𝘨𝘦𝘳 𝘕𝘰𝘳𝘮𝘢𝘯 𝘉𝘢𝘵𝘦𝘴 𝘤𝘢𝘳𝘦𝘴 𝘧𝘰𝘳 𝘩𝘪𝘴 𝘩𝘰𝘶𝘴𝘦𝘣𝘰𝘶𝘯𝘥 𝘮𝘰𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘳. 𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘱𝘭𝘢𝘤𝘦 𝘴𝘦𝘦𝘮𝘴 𝘲𝘶𝘪𝘳𝘬𝘺, 𝘣𝘶𝘵 𝘧𝘪𝘯𝘦… 𝘶𝘯𝘵𝘪𝘭 𝘔𝘢𝘳𝘪𝘰𝘯 𝘥𝘦𝘤𝘪𝘥𝘦𝘴 𝘵𝘰 𝘵𝘢𝘬𝘦 𝘢 𝘴𝘩𝘰𝘸𝘦𝘳. Event starts at 7pm. Movie starts at 8pm
Thu 9 PM - 2 AM May The 4th Be With You: Throwbacks Night Effex, 420 Central Ave SW Join us while we take it back to early and mid 2000s with full club takeover. From Trap/Dub on Rooftop with Spunjy to Hip-Hop with Skata Jay in the lounge to House & Big Room at Main Room this night will take you back to some good memories. Doors at 9PM. 21+ with Valid ID. Cover Charge at Door
** BOTH FRI 5/5 AND SAT 5/6 *\*
New Mexico Ballet Company School's Spring Recital National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th St. SW NMBC is celebrating dancing with the community since 1972! Join the students of NMBC School as they showcase their hard work, dedication, and artistic growth on stage. Through a variety of styles, levels, and ages, this performance celebrates the talent and joy of dance in each of our students (tickets)
Cultural Dances - Water Strider Dance Group (Zuni) Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 2401 12th St. NW Celebrate the seasonal cycles through prayer, song, and dance with our Cultural Dance Program. Dances connect us to our ancestors, community, and traditions while honoring gifts from our Creator. They ensure that life continues and connections to the past and future are reinforced. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the only place in North America to offer cultural Native American dances every week, year-round. Free for museum members, or with admission. Dance groups and times subject to change
New MexiChords Concert - Heritage of Harmony St. John's United Methodist Church, 2626 Arizona St. NE Join us as we reminisce through the roots of barbershop a cappella music with all time favorites. With special guest quartet, "High Priority." Tickets $15
** Fri 5/5 ** -- Cinco de Mayo
Fri 5 - 9 PM ABQ Artwalk Gold and 7th St. downtown Art Stop is our outdoor market featuring local food vendors, artisans and live music! Our music performance for May 5th will be a Cinco De Mayo DJ set from Human Ones! (click link for map and more info for all participating businesses and exhibits)
Fri 5 - 11 PM Casa De Electronica Pool Party Z Lounge, 3711 Central Ave Celebrating the release of Contraluz Mezcal. Featuring an amazing line up of DJs bringing those Latin vibes! (tickets)
Fri 5:30 PM Feria de Burque! Flamenco Works, Inc., 506 Central Ave SW Flamenco Works, Inc. presents its 1st Annual "FERIA DE BURQUE"! We are celebrating one of Spain’s most exciting traditions, Feria, with music, dance, food, and a Burque twist! Join us by trying out a Flamenco class (All levels welcome) and watching performances by our students. Bring your whole family to enjoy the magic of the Feria and check out our new location on Central Ave! We will have information about our classes, upcoming performances, and more available. If you are interested in joining our programs, this is a great way to check out what we're about!
Fri 5:30 PM Science on Tap National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, 601 Eubank Blvd. SE Science on Tap is not your ordinary lecture series. Grab a beer from Bombs Away Beer Company and enjoy a relaxed presentation by scientists, researchers, and subject matter experts on various engaging science topics. Come join the conversation! WHAT'S ON TAP THIS MONTH? Exoplanets! Beyond the Sun: Planets Around Other Stars: The search for life elsewhere is often what first comes to mind when the topic of planets around other stars (exoplanets) comes up. Dr. Diana Dragomir, Assistant Professor in the UNM Department of Physics and Astronomy will show you the wonders we have learned - and continue to discover - about exoplanets, aside from looking for signatures of life: hot Jupiters, lava planets, super-Earths, and more. Dr. Dragomir will conclude her presentation by discussing how exotic exoplanets can help answer the big question: are we alone? (tickets)
Fri 6 PM Milonga Del Corazon Tango in Bloom, 3409 Central Ave NE Join Mila's Mesa and Tango in Bloom for another evening of buffet style dinner and dancing! $15 cover includes a wine or botanical beverage. Our DJ this month is going to be DJ Simona!
Fri 6 PM Cinco de Mayo Party Brew Lab 101, 3301 Southern Blvd. SE, Rio Rancho Join us for our Cinco de Mayo Party with Una Mas La ChaCha, food trucks, margarita specials, Jell-O shots and more!
Fri 6 PM United Fiesta Rio Bravo Brewing, 1912 2nd St. NW Tacos, Margaritas, NM United Watch Party, New Beer Release, Ticket Giveaways From 100.3 The Peak 4PM-6PM Game Starts at 6PM
Fri 6 - 9 PM Music on the Patio: Hillary Smith and Chillhouse Canteen Brewhouse, 2381 Aztec Rd. NE The members of the Chill House Band bring years of experience performing professionally in NM and TX. The band provides an outstanding musical experience, including popular dance music, smooth/contemporary jazz, soul, R&B, and Blues. Hillary was recently inducted into the NM music hall of fame and Chillhouse was listed in 2021 as one of the top 10 bands in NM by the ABQ magazine. The Band is Glenn Kostur Sax, vocals, and keys, Jim Casey guitavocals, Milo Jaramillo bass/vocals, and JD Davis drums/vocals
Fri 6 - 9 PM Country Dance CSP Dance Studios, 1624 Eubank Blvd. NE Hey y'all! Get ready to kick up your heels and have the time of your life at our upcoming country dance! We've got an amazing lineup of social dances including 2-step, East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, Night Club 2-step, and more. Come show off your best moves and have a blast with us. $10.00 at the door cash or check. Welcome Lesson included with entry from 6:00-6:30pm
Fri 6 PM - 1 AM Cinco De Mayo in Nob Hill w/ Los Metamorfos & DJ Flo Fader Tractor Brewing Company, 118 Tulane Dr. SE It's freaking Cinco De May on a freaking Friday yeah that's right and we're going all out on the Hill with music from one of ABQ's best Latin bands, Los Metamorfos, going on at 6pm, and one of ABQ's best DJ's, Flo Fader, going on at 8:30pm! We'll have margarita drink specials and NM Lager flowing all day long and Cattle Tags serving up some amazing tacos!
Fri 6:30 PM Cinco de Mayo Zumba MC with ZJ Courtney Sabrina's Z CREW Fitness, 4619 Lomas Blvd. NE Join us for a special Zumba MC with our amazing Zumba Jammer Courtney Ackerman! Its almost a tradition to have Courtney visit us on Cinco de Mayo! This is a 90 min Zumba class open to the public and you can join in studio or virtually! (sign up)
Fri 7 PM Cinco de Mayo Party with The Deal and One More Silver Dollar Historic Lobo Theater, 3013 Central Ave NE A Cinco De Mayo Celebration with the music of The Grateful Dead & The Allman Brothers Band! (tickets)
Fri 7 - 10 PM Cinco De Mayo w/ DJ Justincredible Tractor Brewing Company - Westside, 5720 McMahon Blvd., Bldg 5, Ste A We're partying down on the Westside for Cinco De Mayo! We'll be doing Marg specials and pouring NM Lagers from all day long and then the incredible DJ Justincredible will be hitting the stage at 6pm to keep you dancing!
Fri 8 PM Cinco de Mayo Salt Yard West, 3700 Ellison NW Join us for our Mexican Celebration, 5 de Mayo! Únete a nuestra Celebración! Entretenimiento por: Riot Entertainment tocando música cumbia, grupera, rancheras y más, Ultima Clave, El Tamborazo Loko, y Paulina Alarcon del grupo Los Domingueros. Patrocinado por la radio de música mexicana más caliente del momento La Mexicana 106.3FM, BBLex Productions, y Two Queens Chat Podcast - Two Queens Chat! No te lo pierdas! Puertas abren a las 8 pm. $20 cuota de entrada. También habrá barra y comida disponible
Fri 8 PM - 12 AM Cinco de Mayo with The Abel Lucero Band! Revel ABQ, 4720 Alexander Blvd. NE Come have a great time dancing and listening to the sounds of The Abel Lucero Band at Uptown Funk at Revel! $10 cover at the door!
Fri 8 PM - 1 AM Critical Beatdown Sister, 407 Central Ave NW Free form night with Hip-hop, funk, and soul. DJs Shakedown, Clout and Tom Nice on the decks. $5 cover at the door
Fri 9 PM - 1 AM Cinco De Mayo! Juno, 1501 1st St. NW Celebrate dancing Salsa, Bachata, Zouk to the amazing Dj Louie! Live Mariachi Soloist Santiago will be gracing with his awesome Mariachi voice! The event will be held outside in the beautiful Juno patio. You don’t want to miss this amazing once a year event!
Fri 9 PM - 2 AM Cinco De Mayo with Dateless Effex, 420 Central Ave LA based DJ/Producer DATELESS (Hot Creations) returning to EFFEX ROOFTOP. His newly released track 'Geekin' on Jamie Jones's Paradise Records currently breaking charts. His high energy with heavy latin influenced sets gonna be perfect for our 'We House Fridays Cinco De Mayo Edition'. And we got LAS BORRACHAS & EL GUERÓÓ on the support so you already know whole night gonna be FUEGO from start to finish. Doors at 9PM. 21+ with Valid ID. Cover Charge at Door (click link for more info)
Fri 9:30 PM - 2 AM Kizouk: 1st Fridays! Celebrating Shannon’s 40th Chandelier Studio, 1001 Rocky Point Ct. NE Shannon’s birthday wish is to host an incredible party for her dancing family! So for this months Kizouk: 1st Friday, we will be combining with Shannon at her lovely home to celebrate with her and everyone! there will be Salsa/Bachata etc inside and Zouk/Kiz outside! there is a lovely pool out back and a hot tub so don’t forget your swimsuit! The theme is Cinco de Meow so YES, you should dress festively, and YES, there will be tacos! Everyone 21+ who can Salsa/Bachata/Zouk/ or Kizomba is invited so make sure all your favorite dancers are coming
** BOTH SAT 5/6 AND SUN 5/7 *\*
35th Annual Rio Grande Valley Celtic Festival Balloon Fiesta Park, 9401 Balloon Fiesta Pkwy NE Enjoy Scottish Highland Athletics, Highland and Irish Dancing, Celtic music and story-telling, a Celtic dog parade, a children's area, Celtic clans and societies, bagpipes, drums, Welsh Cakes, unique merchandise, great food, great beer and of course KILTS! Featuring the band BROTHER and NM's first Highland Pro-Athlete Nik Aston! Tickets can be purchased at the Festival Gate: One day: $15. Weekend: $25. Kids 11 and Under: Free. Parking: Free
10 AM - 6 PM Kite Festival Wildlife West Nature Park, 87 E. Frontage Rd., Edgewood Get outdoors and come to the free 21st Annual Kite Festival on the large grass fields at Wildlife West Nature Park. Springtime brings the perfect conditions for flying kites and enjoying an outdoor family outing. ​Join the fun as kites fill the skies with colorful shapes of all sizes. Visitors can bring their own kite, buy one at the festival, or watch professional stunt kite fliers maneuver their kites expertly in the wind. All ages can participate in the kite flying contests and be eligible to win a prize or just have fun flying their own kites. Food and drinks will be available from vendors on the Festival grounds. ​Admission to the Kite Festival is free. Visitors are encouraged to spend the day and also come into the Wildlife West Nature Park and Zoo to get eye to eye with New Mexico’s native wildlife, including 2 curious cougars, 4 adorable tree climbing grey foxes, howling coyotes, largest black bear in New Mexico, and all of the other friendly wildlife and raptors. Admission into this nonprofit Zoo which is managed by volunteers is $9 for adults, $7 for seniors, $5 for students and children 4 and younger are free
** Sat 5/6 *\*
Sat 8 AM - 12 PM Opening Day Los Ranchos Art Market, 6718 Rio Grande Blvd. NW, Los Ranchos Come out for our first market of the season! Meet our local artisans who make everything by hand. Bring the kids and pups too!
Sat 9 AM 4th Annual First Responders Cup Kraemer Fields, 2811 Karsten Ct. SE This incredible event will benefit the IAFF Local 244 Survivors Fund, and promises to be a fun-filled day for the whole family. With games, food trucks, a beer garden, bounce house, and more, there's something for everyone. To participate, simply gather a team of 10-11 players and sign up for just $150 per team. For any questions or further information, please don't hesitate to contact Adam Arvizo at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]). Let's come together and show our support for our first responders!
Sat 9 - 10:30 AM Coffee & Yoga at the Park Cinnamon Sugar & Spice Cafe, 5809 Juan Tabo NE, Ste A Let's grab coffee before we head over to Academy Hills Park. We will leave the cafe at 9:15 am and walk over to the park (optional). Hopefully 15 minutes is enough for everyone to get their coffee orders. Yoga at the Park will start at 9:30 am on the southeast side of the park, hopefully under some trees. This coffee meet-up is completely optional and is purely to promote community. You may also drive over to the park if you don't feel like walking. It's a 5 minute walk
Sat 9 AM - 2 PM Pop Up N Brunch La Luna Eatery & Events, 7600 Jefferson St. NE FREE ENTRY. Shop and support local owned businesses while supporting a local owned restaurant for brunch. FOOD, DRINKS &LIVE MUSIC from 12pm-2pm (May 6th, June 3rd, and July 1st)
Sat 9 AM - 4 PM LCHS Band Spring Craft Fair La Cueva High School, 7801 Wilshire Ave NE Free parking, free admission, silent auction. Over 100 local vendors! Come get those unique and homemade gifts for mom or yourself!
Sat 10 AM Swap Meet 1911 Poplar Ln. SW Hosted by New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists. If you have new or used tools, portable clay equipment, excess clay, glazes, show display items and would like to sell them or trade them for items you could use in your current work then come rent a table space for merely $10 and make more room in your studio for what you do need. For large item offerings please bring photos. This is not a venue for selling your work though you are welcome to bring your photo-folio. Sales handled by each vendor. Or just come, bring a friend and view all the great items for sale and meet new folks!
Sat 11 AM - 4 PM Spring Fling & Garden Party Cornucopia Adult Day Services, 2002 Bridge Blvd. SW You're invited to join us at the first ever Cornucopia Spring Fling & Garden Party! This community event will have live music, food, and drinks, Craft Fair by OT Circus, and the opportunity to buy plants grown in Cornucopia’s Greenhouse, a horticultural therapy service provided to clients. We are fundraising at this event through a $10 door donation to support Cornucopia providing services for adults & seniors with intellectual disabilities to have fulfilling lives
Sat 11 AM - 7 PM New Mexico Jerky Fest Isleta Resort & Casino, 11000 Broadway Blvd. SE Only $10 for a limited time! Don’t miss this concert, we have the The Mango Cakes, The Riddims, and Revíva! We have custom cars to show, party on the patio with DJ speed one! Fun for the whole family! Vendors with some really cool, unique items and of course your jerky vendors giving those free samples for you to try all the amazing flavors they have to offer! And we can’t forget about the mini cows!
Sat 12 - 4 PM New Mexico Steam Locomotive Meet and Greet Tractor Brewing - Wells Park, 1800 4th St. NW New Mexico Steam Locomotive and Railroad Historical Society, in charge of the operation of the historic Santa Fe Railway steam locomotive 2926 have finished renovations on this beautiful train and they'll be bringing it to the tracks next to Tractor Wells Park! Come check out this amazing piece of history and get on board! Meet the AT&SF 2926: Born in May 1944, the AT&SF 2926 ran a million miles in the American Southwest before being retired in an Albquerque city park in 1956. Around 3:44 PM, Saturday, July 24th, 2021, for the first time since the locomotive was taken out of service 65 years ago, 2926 moved under her own steam power again. It was a red-letter day for all the restoration crew, donors, and fans who have supported the restoration effort these past 22 years since her purchase for 41 from the city in 1999. Today, the NMSL&RHS Society places her value at over $3.5M
Sat 1 - 5 PM Mother’s Day Mercado Rayos Del Sol Mercado, 6780 4th St., Los Ranchos Come out and enjoy the vibes of our Monthly Mercado in the heart of Los Ranchos De Albuquerque. Get your Mother’s Day gifts from local artisans, enjoy the food and music as you shop. We will also be holding a puzzle exchange, so bring a puzzle and it exchange it for another to take home with you!
Sat 1 - 5:30 PM Derby Day Fundraiser Salt Yard Westside, 3700 Ellison NW It's time to don your finest derby wear and help your friends and neighbors facing cancer. We are excited to have been named the benefactor for the 2023 Derby Day Benefit at the Salt Yard West. We are so grateful to Holmans USA Corporation and AUI Inc. for recognizing how important the work we do is and for selecting us as the recipient of the proceeds (tickets)
Sat 2 - 6 PM Birthday Party for Sebas: A Kid-Friendly Brewery Fundraiser to Fight Cancer Canteen Brewhouse, 2381 Aztec Rd. NE Join us in celebrating our sweet Sebas' 4th birthday! Drink beer (or root beer) and donate to the “100,000 Besos for Sebas campaign!” Live music, including Baracutanga from 2:00-3:30pm, and kid-friendly activities. Come sing "Happy Birthday" to Sebas and show your support! Help us spread hope and make a difference in the fight against Myoepithelial Carcinoma. If you are unable to join in person you can still send Sebas a "beso" with a contribution to the "100k Besos" Facebook fundraiser. All proceeds will benefit cureMEC to support cancer research for Sebas
Sat 2 - 6 PM Moonstone Pop Up Sister, 407 Central Ave NW Gathering of Albuquerque's finest vendors and creators focusing on women-led businesses. Music, shopping, and food
Sat 3:30 PM Parrot Heads Running For The Roses - Hicks Hacienda 9932 Bradford Pl. NW Come celebrate Dennis' birthday while watching the Kentucky Derby. Wear your most outlandish Parrot Head garb and big Derby hats are a must for the ladies. In fact, the lady wearing the wildest Derby hat will receive a bottle of Rum from Latitudes. After the Derby we will have a Margarita contest, so bring your best recipe and and see how it stacks up. Prize for best Margarita. Kathryn is smoking up a brisket, so bring a side to help out. Don't forget to bring some $$$ because we will be taking bets for the big race. Charity will be the Watermelon Mountain No Kill Shelter. Suggested donation: Food, Cleaning Supplies, Old Sheets or Towels. Win - Place - Show, Parrot Heads raising some dough!
Sat 7:30 - 10 PM West Coast Swing Social Dance CSP Dance Studios, 1624 Eubank Blvd. NE Join us for a fun night of West Coast Swing dancing! Great music and a fun group of dancers. There will also be a little bit of Country Two Step and Night Club Two Step to mix things up. Come out and dance with us! No partner necessary. $5 SSNM Members. $8 Guests (non-members)
Sat 8 PM Funk of the West Marble Brewing, 111 Marble Ave NW Chris Dracup: Funk of the West. Original compositions in the key of funky. Thoughtfully orchestrated and spontaneously improvised for maximum booty shaking
Sat 8 PM - 1 AM Adobe Disco Sister, 407 Central Ave NW the @ adobedisco squad teams up with @ djeldon for a night of dance floor heaters @ Sistertbar!! @ on.syt doing lights and decor. Dj Eldon is a legend! And we're excited for a night full of magical selections
Sat 8 PM - 1:30 AM Apparition Goth Night w/ DJ Batboy + DJ Riff Rat Historic El Rey Theater, 622 Central Ave SW Another dark and delicious Apparition Goth Night. DJ Batboy + DJ Riff Rat will be spinning goth, industrial, darkwave, death rock, witch house, dark post punk, punk and other wicked, danceable tracks all night. (DJ Ren + Moonside will be out of town) Doors 8 pm. Music at 9. $10. 21+. Expect spooky drink specials, too!
** Sun 5/7 *\*
Sun 9 AM - 2 PM Annual Sisterhood Gently Used Jewelry Sale Congregation Albert, 3800 Louisiana Blvd. NE This annual event is a major fundraiser, and all proceeds go toward the organization's community projects. The event is free and open to the public
Sun 10 AM - 2 PM Rail Yards Market Reopens: Traditions Day Rail Yards Market The Rail Yards Market, Albuquerque's iconic Farmers' Market, is slated to re-open for in-person family-friendly fun! The market will bloom into its 10th season since opening in 2014, and hosts over 150 vendors of fresh produce, fine food, healing hands, and handmade art. Spring couldn't be here fast enough, as farms, foodies, artisans, and organizers chug along to prepare the finest Growers' Market experience for locals and tourists alike. The theme for the Rail Yards Market's grand opening is Traditions. The cultivation of our food, telling of stories, teaching of techniques, passing on wisdom, and so much more are important ingredients of our culture and rituals of our existence on this realm. Celebrate our traditions unique to New Mexico and indulge your loca-vorian spirit! Flamenco Works performance at 11am. The Sprouting kitchen cooking demo: Radish salsa w/ tortillas and beans. Make your own retablo by Sean Wells
Sun 10 AM - 4 PM Cinco de Mayo Folk Art Fest La Parada, 8917 4th St. NW Another fun community event hosted by La Parada and Farm & Table highlighting amazing folk art vendors. Bring the whole family to this fun free event! *40+ Uniquely Talented Local Artisan Vendors 10 – 4pm *Festival Food by Farm & Table, Street Food Institute, Sanchez Tacos 11 – 4pm *Festive Music 10 – 4pm *Live Music by Juanita 12 – 3pm *Kids craft table 10 - 4pm *Free Piñata Decorating Workshop 2 - 4pm
Sun 12 - 4 PM First Sunday Stroll Tractor Brewing Nob Hill, 118 Tulane Dr. SE Come support local business while discovering all that Nob Hill has to offer. First Sunday Stroll in Nob Hill is a variety of pop up vendors, specials, workshops, and walkability. Explore Tractor Nob Hill where we'll be featuring three local venders: II Gemini Crafts, Fizzy Bee Beauty and Spectral Youth. Vegan Vato will be serving up eats at one. Come get a Bloody Mary and stroll around!
Sun 1 - 5 PM Bike Night (Afternoon Benefit) Craft Republic, 4301 The Lane at 25 NE Come have some fun on a Sunday afternoon while helping a fallen Brother's family during a difficult time due to an unexpected accident. He was a Marine Veteran who served his country with honor and pride. Food, Fun, Music, Drawings, 50/50 and more. Brought to you by Rebels With a Cause
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2023.04.24 20:50 -V4VehementlyCorny- Free Comedy Show @ McNeal’s Tavern this Wednesday (4/26) 7pm in historic downtown Plano // 120 ppl at the last one // “best indie show in DFW.” - Jerry Seinfeld

Free Comedy Show @ McNeal’s Tavern this Wednesday (4/26) 7pm in historic downtown Plano // 120 ppl at the last one // “best indie show in DFW.” - Jerry Seinfeld submitted by -V4VehementlyCorny- to plano [link] [comments]


2023.04.21 16:48 thepinotprincess 2022 & 2023 Deaths/Bodies found in Lady Bird Lake

I just shared a full list ranging back to 2008, but for anyone who cares to narrow in on 2022 and 2023, below is a list of bodies found with names, ages, exact locations if we have them, any other details, and news articles.
2023
4/15/2023
• Found in Lady Bird Lake near Longhorn Dam.
• John Christopher Hays-Clark, 30 years old.
• Will update if more info becomes available
Article from CBS Austin
4/1/2023
• Found in Lady Bird Lake
• Jonathan Honey, 33 years old.
• Last seen on Rainey Street at a Taco Truck around 2am. Was apparently visiting the area on a bachelor party
Article from Fox 7 Austin
3/5/2023
• Cliff Axtel, 40 years old
• Found in Lady Bird Lake near Auditorium Shores
• Last seen at Stubbs BBQ in downtown Austin
Article from Newsbreak
2/13/2023
• Jason John, 30 years old
• Found in Lady Bird Lake near 30 East Avenue
• Last seen leaving Rainey Street after going out with friends
Article from Fox 7 Austin
2022
All of these are unidentified, however it has been said they were all similar in age.
12/28/22
• Unidentified person
• Found in Lady Bird Lake near Congress Avenue
Article from KXAN Austin
12/25/22
• Unidentified person
• Found in Lady Bird Lake near Pflueger pedestrian bridge and Lamar
Article from KXAN Austin
12/11/22
• Unidentified person
• Found in Lady Bird Lake at South Pleasant Valley Rd
Article from CBS Austin
07/14/22
• Unidentified person
• Found floating in Lady Bird Lake @ 9th & East Ave (per reports)
Article from My San Antonio
06/15/22
• Unidentified person
• Body had been in Water sometime no other details.
• Working on finding a link/article for this one
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2023.04.04 22:48 Lsracer Can sheet metal be repaired?

Can sheet metal be repaired?
I think we hit the lift gate on our car six months ago and a tear has slowly been growing in the door’s metal. It’s now noticeable. What’s the course of action? Can panels be repaired? Whole door replaced?
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2023.04.04 17:50 HogsMod 2024 Recruiting Megathread: April

Football

2024 Football Commits (#11 by 247, #11 by Rivals)
Player Position Location Composite Rating Rating at Commit
Kavion Henderson DL Leeds, AL ****(.9336) ****(.9245)
Dion Stutts DT Memphis, TN ***(.8759) ***(.8759)
Noreel White CB Ocean Springs, MS ****(.9075) ****(.9002)
Julius Pope LB Batesville, MS ****(.8993) ****(.8993)
KJ Jackson QB Montgomery, AL ****(.8917) ****(.8917)
Jade Allen CB Aledo, TX ****(.8985) ****(.8985)
Courtney Crutchfield WR Pine Bluff, AR ****(.8933) ****(.8933)
Charleston Collins DL LItte Rock, AR ****(.9202) ****(.9202)
Tevis Metcalf CB Pinson, AL ***(.8550) ***(.8550)
247 Crystal Ball Prediction Link
Top Football Targets
Player Location Rating Crystal Ball/Committed
OFFENSE
QB
Air Noland Fairbun, GA ****(.9569) NONE
KJJackson Montgomery, AL ****(.8933) Committed to Arkansas
RB
Braylen Russell Benton, AR ****(.9094) Arkansas (1) 100%
Nate Palmer Decatur, TX ****(.8970) NONE
Traevon Dunbar Aiken, SC ***(.8759) NONE
Jadan Baugh Decatur, GA ****(.9015) NONE
Jordan Lyle Fort Lauderdale, FL ****(.9061) NONE
Kewan Lacy Lancaster, TX ****(.8793) NONE
Taylor Tatum Longview, TX ****(.9780) Michigan 100%
WR
Courtney Cruthfield Pine Bluff, AR ****(.8933) Committed to Arkansas
CJ Brown Bentonville, AR N***(.8750) NONE
Zion Kearney Missouri City, TX ****(.9657) NONE
Josiah Martin Denton, TX ***(.8759)
Dozie Ezukanma Forth Worth, TX ***(.8693) NONE
Terry Bussey Timpson, TX ****(.9662) NONE
Bryant Wesco Midlothian, TX ****(.9648) Oklahoma (3) 100%
Ryan Wingo St Louis, MO *****(.9905) Tennessee (1) 100%
Parker Livingstone Lovejoy, TX ****(.9098) Arkansas (1) 50% - Texas (2) 50%
Dae'von Hall Bellevue, NE ****(.8940) Nebraska (1) 100%
Jeremiah McClellan St Louis, MO ****(.9294) Ohio State
Delon Miller Silsbee, TX ****(.9663) NONE
TE
Kylan Fox Loganville, GA ****(.9190) NONE
Decker DeGraaf Glendora, CA ***(.8650) NONE
Max LeBlanc Chattanooga, TN ****(.9000) NONE
OL
Kobe Branham Forth Smith, AR NR NONE
JacQawn McRoy Pinson, AL ****(.9111) NONE
Max Anderson Frisco, TX ****(.9245) Michigan (1) 100%
Jonah Logan Saint Louis, MO NR NONE
Daniel Akinkunmi NFL Academy (London) NR NONE
Fletcher Westphal Leesburg, VA ****(.9138) NONE
Kai Greer Waxhaw, NC ***(.8867) NONE
Makai Saina Arlington, TX ****(.8933) NONE
Daniel Calhoun Roswell, GA ****(.9661) NONE
Barry Walker Cordele, GA ***(.8793) NONE
Web Davidson Macon, GA NR NONE
Jason Zandamela Clearwater, FL ****(.9203) Florida State (1) 100%
Waltclaire Flynn Jr. Loganville, GA ****(.9202) NONE
Andrew Sprague Kansas City, MO ****(.9342) Michigan 100%
DEFENSE
DE
Charleston Collins Little Rock, AR ****(.9295) Committed to Arkansas
TJ LIndsey Bryant, AR ***(.8900) NONE
Anthony reddick Hampton, VA ***(.8726) NONE
Kellen Lindstrom Springfield, MO ****(.9204) NONE
Jeffery Rush Pascagoula, MS ****(.9387) Committed to Ole Miss
Kameryn Fountain Atlanta, GA ****(.9352) NONE
Tycoohill Luman Miami, FL ***(.8659) NONE
Tyclean Luman Miami, FL ***(.8593) NONE
Solomon Williams Tampa, FL ***(.8826) NONE
Danny Okoye Tulsa, OK ****(.9366) NONE
Zina Umeozulu Allen, TX ****(.9519) NONE
Williams Nwaneri Lees Summit, MO *****(.9896) Oklahoma (2) 100%
Collin Simmons Duncanville, TX *****(.9971) LSU (1) 100%
DT
Marcus Downs Greer, SC ***(.9796) NONE
Kamarion Franklin Lake Cormorant, MS *****(.9784) NONE
Nigel Smith II Melissa, TX ****(.9701) Oklahoma (2) 100%
Jayden Jackson Bradenton, FL ***(.8800) NONE
Alex January Duncanville, TX ***(.8893) NONE
Terrance Hibbler Lexington, MS ****(.9129) Mississippi State (1) 100%
Malik Blocton Pike Road, AL ***(.8767) NONE
Terrell Spruill Rockledge, FL NR NONE
LB
Brian Huff Jonesboro, AR ****(.9085) Arkansas (2) 100%
Melvin Laster Liberty, MO ****(.8933) NONE
D'Angelo Barber Pinson, AL ***(.8900) NONE
Xavier Atkins Humble, TX ****(.9184) Committed to LSU
Brandon Booker DeSoto, TX ***(.8759) Baylor (1) 100%
Justin Logan Marietta, GA ***(.8900) NONE
Davhon Keys Aledo, TX ***(.8900) Committed to LSU
Qua Birdsong Lagrange, GA ****(.9299) NONE
CB
Braylon Conley Humble, TX ***(.8867) NONE
Tevis Metcalf Pinson, AL ***(.8550) Committed to Arkansas
Tony-Louis Nkuba Lewisville, TX ****(.8936) NONE
Chris Johnson Jr Aledo, TX NR NONE
Xavier Filsaime McKinney, TX ****(.9743) Florida (2) 100%
Kobe Black Waco, TX *****(.9905) NONE
PJ Woodland Hattiesburg, MS ****(.8986) Miss State (2) 100%
Elijah Hall Tuskegee, AL NR NONE
Josh Philostin West Palm Beach, FL ****(.9021) NONE
S
Ka'Davion Dotson Duncanville, TX ****(.9178) Arkansas (1) 50% - LSU (1) 50%
Tyler Singleton Many, LA ****(.9467) NONE
Zahir Rainer Richmond, VA ***(.8652) Virginia Tech (1) 100%
KJ Bolden Buford, GA *****(.9967) NONE
Tomauri Johnson Miami, FL ***(.8652) NONE
Mekhai White King George, VA ***(.8826) Michigan (2) 100%
Marqavious Saboor Marietta, GA ***(.8800) NONE
Corian Gipson Lancaster, TX ****(.9664) NONE

Basketball

2023 Basketball Signees (#27 by 247, #13 by Rivals)
Player Pos. Location Composite
Layden Blocker PG Maumell, AR *****(.9908)
Baye Fall C Denver, CO *****(.9936)
Transfer Portal contacts via NWAHutch
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2023.03.22 06:27 Inevitable_Sell_344 Do these look normal? I used to have higher T last year. I’m thinking about TRT. I’m currently 235lbs 5’8 in a caloric deficit daily.

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2023.03.21 18:30 Gasman2019 Levels after 3 weeks

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2023.03.02 05:53 mflbtoker Doctor suggest trt but I'm worried about the side effects

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2023.02.27 01:00 AyakaDeAgua TODAS As Composições de Sinhô em Timeline de Composições - 1916-1930 [Atualizado]

Tucumán - 1916
Tango, sem dedicatória.
Edição J. Carvalho Bulhões sem nº ch.
Composição mais antiga de Sinhô já descoberta.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Resposta à Inveja - 14 de Fevereiro de 1917
Marcha-rancho, não foi editada.
“Resposta à marcha 'Inveja' do Bloco Quem Fala De Nós Tem Paixão”
“Foi a marcha oficial do grupo Sabinas da Kananga”
Primeira composição divulgada, melodia original perdida.

Quem São Eles? - 1918
Samba carioca, “Dedicado ao Club dos Fenianos”.
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Também conhecido como “A Bahia é Boa Terra”, “Não Era Assim Que Meu Bem Chorava”.
Feito para a polemica criada pela música "Pelo Telefone".
Primeira composição gravada.

Leonor - 1918
Valsa lenta, sem dedicatória.
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Não há parceria com Augusto Vasseur, apenas instrumental.

Pianola - 1918
Ragtime, sem dedicatória.
Não foi editado, instrumental.

Black Time - 1918
Ragtime-fox, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Apenas instrumental, melodia perdida.

Iracema - 1918/29-01-1919
Valsa, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Só Por Amizade - 1918/1919
Samba carnavalesco, sem dedicatória.
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Edição Todamérica – Melodias Populares Ltda (MP 442)

Kananga Do Japão - 1918/1919
Polca-choro, sem dedicatória, mas possivelmente dedicado ao "Kananga Do Japão".
Edição Todamérica - Melodias Populares Ltda., nº ch. 174.
Apenas instrumental, é dito ter letra (existência não confirmada).

Cateretê Na Poeira - 1919
Cateretê, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Letra e melodia perdidas.

Disse-me-disse - 1919
Samba carnavalesco, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia perdida, letra parcialmente achada,
Parece ser o mesmo que "Capinheiro".

Não Tens Futuro - 1919
Samba, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Três Macacos No Beco - 1919
Samba, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Resposta à Donga, Hilário e Pixinguinha.
Melodia e letras perdidas.

Roceiro - 1919
Samba, parceria com João Da Mata e Hilário.
Não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Possivelmente feito para ser cantado por cima da melodia
Feito para a polemica criada pela música "Pelo Telefone".

Viruta y/& Chicharrón - 1919
Tango argentino, sem dedicatória.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & C., nº ch. 479.
Apenas instrumental.
Melodia perdida.

Tirando o Retrato - 1919
Samba carioca, “Dedicado ao amigo Capitão F. Garcia”
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Nome alternativo de "Nascimento Oi-a ele oi-a ele".

Confessa, Meu Bem!... - 1919
Samba carioca, “Oferecido ao ‘Club dos Democráticos’ e dedicado à República dos Trouxas”
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.

Confessa, Meu Bem! - 19 de Abril de 1919
Samba carnavalesco, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Sobre melodia de mesmo nome, letra alternativa perdida.

Fala Meu Louro - 1919
Samba do partido alto..., “Dedicado ao Estado da Bahia e oferecido ao Club dos Democráticos”
Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., sem nº ch.
Também publicado por Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.

O Pé De Anjo - 1919
Marcha carnavalesca, “Democráticos”
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Plágio da valsa francesa 'Geny (C'est pas dificile)'

Deixe Deste Costume - 1919
Samba carnavalesco, sem dedicatória.
Edição Todamérica – Melodias Populares Ltda (MP 430)

Vou Me Benzer!... - 1919/1920
Samba, “Dedicado ao público e oferecido à Imprensa”
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Também conhecido como 'As Criaturas'.

Estrilô! - 1920
Poema, “Dedicado ao Cícero De Almeida (Baiano)”
Não foi editado, só apareceu no jornal "Correio Da Manhã"

Cada Um Por Sua Vez - 1920
Sambinha, “Dedicada à República dos Trouxas - Oferecida ao Club dos Democráticos”.
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Confundido com o subtítulo de "Canção Roceira", sendo "Casinha De Sapé".

Canção Roceira - 1920
Samba, “Dedicada ao Estado de São Paulo e oferecido aos camaradões ‘Democráticos’”
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Edição Revista Musical, sem nº ch.
Letra de Sylvio G. V., não mencionado na partitura oficial, apenas na revista musical de 1926.
O gênero também é listado como Toada-cateretê.

Dá Nele - 19/09/1920 ou Anterior
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Cópia manuscrita no Instituto Casa do Choro, contendo apenas a melodia.
Foi posteriormente dedicada a marcha 'Dá Nela' de Ary Barroso em 1930.

O Pé De Ferro - 1920/1921
Marcha humorista, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Talvez o mesmo de 'Pé De Anjo', melodia e letras perdidas.
Citado apenas em jornal "Correio Da Manhã".

Alivia Estes Olhos - 1920/1921
Samba médio, “Dedicado aos ‘Democráticos’ e oferecido a Bola Preta”
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., sem nº ch.
Depois recebeu mais uma estrofe e mudou de nome para "Eu Queria Saber".

Rede e o Pescador - 1920/1921
Samba carnavalesco, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Apareceu na revista "Weco".
Sobre melodia de "Alivia Estes Olhos".
Também conhecido por 'Por Que é No Mar Não Tem Jacaré?'.
Também atribuído aos gêneros 'desafio' e 'dueto'.

Fala Baixo! - 1920/1921
Marcha carnavalesca, “Oferecido ao amigo Cavanellas. E dedicado ao Club dos Fenianos. - Homenagem aos africanos”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., nº ch. 652.
Edição Campassi & Camin, nº ch. 2250.
Também conhecido como 'Não é Assim!'.
Feito contra a censura da época contra Arthur Bernardes.

Não Posso Me Amofinar - 1920/1921/1922
Samba carnavalesco, “Dedicado aos Fenianos - Homenagem aos Africanos - Ao Chaby”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., sem nº ch. 650.
Melodia e letra rearranjadas sobre "Resposta à Inveja", excluindo a primeira parte da melodia original.

De Boca Em Boca! - 1921
Samba do partido alto, “Dedicado ao Estado de Pernambuco e oferecida aos dignos pelotários do Frontão Carioca”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., sem nº ch.
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Também conhecido como 'O Boi' e 'Segura o Boi'.

Boi Vadeia - 1921
Samba, não editada, sem dedicatória.
Mesma melodia de "De Boca Em Boca!",
Mas com letra de Armando De Albuquerque.

Sempre Voando - 1921
Puro samba, “Oferecido ao Estado da Bahia e dedicado à República dos Trouxas – Democráticos”
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.

Pegue Seu Bode - 1921
Marcha, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Câmbio a Zero - 1921/1922
Fox-trot/fox, sem dedicatória.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Falando Sozinho - 1921/1927
Samba carioca, sem dedicatória.
Edição Casa Beethoven - Nascimento Silva & Cia., sem nº ch.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Foste Abaixo... - 1921
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Apenas citado no jornal "Correio Da Manhã"
Melodia e letra perdidas.

A Guitarra - 1922
Desgarrada, "Criação de Otília Amorim."
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., nº ch. 649.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Beijo De Colombina - 1922
Marcha, sem dedicatória.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Meu Brasil - 1922
Fox-trot, sem dedicatória.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp.
Também atribuído ao gênero 'Tango Brasileiro'.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Pé De Pilão... - 1922
Marcha carnavalesca, “(Fenianos) Oferecida ao grupo dos Embaixadores - Homenagem ao Diretor Carnavalesco da À Pátria, Sr. Kanôa - Homenagem da Embaixada do Fala Baixo”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., nº ch. 672.

Sai Da Raia - 1922
Marcha carnavalesca, “Dedicado ao Exmo. capitalista Sr. José Ortigão - Oferecida aos carinhosos e fieis empregados do Parc-Royal - Homenagem ao Comércio”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., nº ch. 667.
Também conhecido como "Saia Da Raia".

Sonho Gaúcho - 1922
Canção, “Dedicado ao ilustre amigo Augusto T. Vasseur e oferecido ao Estado do Rio Grande do Sul”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., sem nº ch.
Edição Porfírio Martins & C. - "À Guitarra de Prata", sem nº ch.
Também conhecido como 'Sonho De Gaúcho'.

Sete Coroas - 1922
Samba-batuque, “Às andorinhas”,
“Dedicado ao Grupo das Andorinhas do Club dos Fenianos”,
“Homenagem a seu modo a famoso bandido do morro da Favela”.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp. nº ch. 675.
Anunciado como "Samba da favela".

Custe o Que Custar... - 1922
Samba, “Oferecido ao Club dos Fenianos e aos queixosos... / Ao Brisa”
"Dedicada ao Brisa, enfant gaté do Club dos Fenianos"
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp. nº ch. 660.

Tu Maltratas... Coração - 1922
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Achou Ruim - 1923
Sambinha, sem dedicatória.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., nº ch. 719.
Também conhecido como 'Faz Meio-Dia'
Melodia perdida e letra parcialmente achada.

Cabeça Inchada - 1923
Marcha carnavalesca, sem dedicatória.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., nº ch. 713.

Ciúmes - 1923
Tango-fado, sem dedicatória.
Citado apenas em jornais.
Também conhecido como 'Sinal De Amor'.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Evohé! - 1923
Marcha, existência não confirmada.

A Cocaína - 1923
Canção-tango, “Oferecido ao carinhoso amigo Roberto Marinho”
“Criação da artista Celeste Reis.”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp. nº ch. 726.

Macumba - 1923
Samba, “Homenagem à ‘A noite’ - Oferecida aos amiguinhos Mario Magalhães e Roberto Marinho”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & C., nº ch. 708.
Também conhecido como 'Gegê'.

Minha Paixão - 1923
Marcha carnavalesca, “Ao Miguel Cavanellas - Homenagem ao Theophilo Trombone”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., nº 696.
Foi relançada como "Mal De Amor".

Quando Come Se Lambuza - 1923
Samba carnavalesco, “Ao Chaby e Sabinas”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., nº ch. 698.
Também conhecido como 'Ditado Antigo'.

Vida Apertada... - 1923
Marcha-batuque, “Dedicado ao Moacyr Noronha e ao Club dos Tenentes do Diabo - Homenagem ao K. Noa”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., nº ch. 705.
Foi relançada com novos versos como "Amor De Poeta".

Quando a Mulher Quer - 1923
Samba carnavalesco, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia perdida, letra parcialmente achada.

Cabeça De Promessa - 1924
Marcha democrática, “Homenagem aos amigos Duarte Feliz e Joãozinho”
Viúva Guerreiro & Comp. nº ch 763.

Caneca De Couro, - 1924
Samba-maxixe, "Adotado e premiado pelo conjunto do Jazz-Band Sul Americano Romeu Silva"
Edição Casa Carlos Gomes, sem nº ch.
Manoel Faria, sem nº ch.
Foi rearranjado para "Reminiscências do Passado".

Dor De Cabeça - 1924
Samba carnavalesco, “Homenagem ao amigo Moraes (Barulho) - Dedicado aos amigos da Imprensa - Cap. Meirelles, O. Herencio, C. Silva, R. Azevedo, A. Neto, J. Dias, D. Darduan, J. Vianna, N. Guedes, F. Foz, C. Soares, C. Andrade, A. L. Sant'Anna e A. Santos”
"Êxito do Carnaval do ano"
Edição Casa Carlos Gomes, sem nº ch.
Edição Porfírio Martins & C. - "À Guitarra de Prata"
Edição Manuel Faria, sem nº ch.
Foi rearranjado para "Reminiscências do Passado".

Alô - 1924
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Chegou a Hora - 1924
Gênero desconhecido, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Entre Nós - 1924
Samba, “Prosa e música de J. B. Silva”.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro nº ch. 746.
Possivelmente primeiro nome de 'Maitaca'.

Hip! Hurra! - 1924
Marcha, “Exaltação ao cronista K. Nôa”
Edição Viúva Guerreiro nº ch. 771.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Já-Já - 1924
Samba carnavalesco dos democráticos, “Homenagem aos Club dos Democráticos”.
Letra foi publicada em jornais.
Não foi editado.
Melodia perdida, letra encontrada.

Murmúrios - 1924
Samba carnavalesco, “Dedicado aos amiguinhos Roberto Marinho e Magalhães - Homenagem à REVISTA MUSICAL” - “O MAIOR SUCCESSO DO CARNAVAL DE 1924”
Edição Revista Musical sem nº ch.
Primeiro nome da composição "Sem Amor" gravado por Carlos Serra.

O Garoto - 1924
Samba carnavalesco, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Primeira versão de "Tesourinha".
Melodia perdida, letra encontrada.

Boca De Sopa - 09/02/1924
Samba, “Homenagem aos cronistas e dedicado aos artistas e coristas do Teatro São José”
Letra publicada no jornal Correio Da Manhã.
Melodia perdida, letra encontrada.
Segunda versão de "Tesourinha".

Ave De Rapina - 1924
Samba, sem dedicatória.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp. nº ch. 774.
Citação da letra no Correio Da Manhã em 15/01/1924.
Gravado por Francisco Alves em 1930, faltando a última estrofe.

À Todo Pano - 1924/1925
Samba dos fatos - Ba-ta-cla-nis-mo, “Oferecido aos jornalistas À Noite e Correio Da Manhã”
Foi encontrado um recorte da partitura em uma propaganda, versos publicados no Correio Da Manhã.
Também conhecido por 'Estás Crescendo e Ficando Bobo'.
Melodia parcialmente perdida, letra encontrada.
Melodia e letra de Durval F. Da Silva, arranjo de Sinhô.

A Juriti - 1925
Marcha, “Homenagem aos cronistas Vagalume e K-nôa”
Edição Seção Chopin (Manuel de Faria), sem nº ch.
Também conhecido por 'É Daqui'.
Primeira versão de "Por Que Será?".

Bem-te-vi - 1925.
Samba carnavalesco, sem dedicatória.
Edição Melodias Populares Ltda, nº ch. 259, publicada em 1952.
Edição Porfírio Martins & C. "À Guitarra de Prata".
Foi também gravado como canção.
Não catálogar essa composição como diferente de sua gravação em "Canção".

Cabeça De Às - 1925
Maxixe, sem dedicatória.
Edição Todamérica – Melodias Populares Ltda (MP 425), publicada em 1952.
Também conhecido por 'Cabeça é Ás'.

Demo-Demo!... - 1925
Samba carnavalesco, “Ao amigo Alvaro d'Oliveira - Homenagem à Bola Preta”
Edição (?) não foi encontrada, parte da melodia foi achada em uma propaganda.
Letras publicadas no jornal Correio Da Manhã e Jornal Do Brasil em 1925.
Melodia parcialmente perdida, letras encontradas.
Contém duas letras diferentes.

Fique Firme - 1925
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Ao Futebol - 1925
Sambinha infantil/sambinha/canção-infantil,
“Oferecida a Revista Musical e dedicada à gurisada carnavalesca”
Edição Revista Musica, sem nº ch., s.d.
Em versão editada, contém outra letra e o nome de "Sambinha Infantil".

Não Sou Baú - 1925
Marcha carnavalesca, sem dedicatória.
Edição (?) não foi encontrada.
Contém duas letras.

Ojarê - 1925
Samba, sem dedicatória.
Foi citada no Correio da Manhã, 1925.
Também conhecido como "Ojaré".
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Mãô!... - 30-12-1926
Gênero não específicado, sem dedicatória.
Foi publicado no jornal Correio Da Manhã em 09/01/1927
Também leva o nome de "Qui-Qui-Ri-Qui" ou " Conselhos De Um Carioca"
Primeira versão das composições "Oju Bûrûcú" e "Bôfé Pámin-DGÉ"

Oju Bûrûcú - 1925/1926
Batucada, sem dedicatória.
Letra foi publicada no jornal "O Rei do Carnaval" e "Correio Da Manhã".
Também conhecido como 'Mão!...'
Melodia perdida, letra encontrada.

Bôfé Pámin-DGÉ - 1925/1926
Batuque africano, sem dedicatória.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & Cia. não foi encontrada.
Letra publicada no Correio Da Manhã, 09/01/1927.
Melodia perdida, letra encontrada.
Pelo o que parece, as composições "Oju Bûrûcú" e "Bôfé Pámin-DGÉ" eram a mesma, levando o nome de "Mãô!..."
Mas futuramente foram separadas em duas composições.

Amor Sem Dinheiro - 1925/1926
Samba carnavalesco, “Dedicado ao amigo Oscar Maia - Homenagem aos amigos Tutú e Jesus”
Edição Carlos Wehrs & Cia., nº ch. 1086.
Também conhecido por 'Diz-maia' e 'Lastimo a Tua Sorte'.

Viva à Penha!... - 1926
Samba, sem dedicatória.
Irmãos Vitale, nº ch. 645.

Tem Papagaio No Poleiro - 1926
Samba carnavalesco, sem dedicatória.
Edição Carlos Wehrs, nº ch. 2038, em arranjo de J. Casado para pequena orquestra (redução para piano deste arranjo).
Edição Carlos Wehrs & C., nº ch. 1190
Segundo Edgar de Alencar, "continuação de Amor sem dinheiro".
Há uma confusão com os nomes de "Tem Papagaio No Poleiro" e "Papagaio No Poleiro".

Golpe Feliz - 1926
Marcha-chula, sem dedicatória.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & Cia., nº ch. 57.
Edição Carlos Wehrs, nº ch. 1058, em arranjo para pequena orquestra.

Ó Rosa!... - 1926
Marcha-chula, “Dedicada aos amigos Isidoro dos Santos, Carlos Mendes e ao jovem Amorim (do peito) - Homenagem à ‘N. S. da Penha’”
Edição Carlos Wehrs & C., nº ch. 1091.

Quem Fala De Mim Tem Paixão - 1926
Samba-maioral, “Homenagem ao Copacabana PALACE HOTEL”.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & C., nº ch. 1186.
Edição Carlos Wehrs, nº ch. 2040, em arranjo para pequena orquestra (piano, violino, flauta, piston, clarinete, cello e baixo), de J. Casado.
Também conhecido por 'Quem Fala De Nós Tem Paixão'.

Pega-Rapaz... - 1926
Maxixe, “Criação do mestre Antônio Rodrigues de Jesus, da Banda do Batalhão Naval.”
Edição Todamérica – Melodias Populares Ltda (MP 437), publicada em 1952.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & C., nº ch. 1142.

Lá Vai Madeira - 05/12/1926
Samba, “Criação do cantor Gustavo Silva - Dedicado pelo autor a Melciades Lore'tti”
Publicado no Correio Da Manhã em 05/12/1926 em "pontiado de viola", foi editado, mas não foi achado.
Primeira versão de "Cais Dourado", mas com letra diferente.

Lei Seca - 1926
Marcial batucado, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Burucuntum - 1926
Samba, sem dedicatória.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & Cia. nº ch. 1087, sob o pseudônimo de J. Curangy.

Cassino-Maxixe - 1926
Maxixe, “Criação da notável artista-bailarina Maria Lina, na popular comédia 'Sorte Grande' no Theatro Cassino”
Edição Carlos Wehrs & Cia. não foi encontrada.
Já existia em 1924-1925 na revista "Sorte Grande" no Teatro Cassino mas só com a letra.
Parceria com Bastos Tigre, também conhecido como 'A Maçã Proibida'.
Posteriomente, foi transformada em "Gosto Que Me Enrosco".

Corta Saia - 1926
Samba, sem dedicatória.
Edição Todamérica – Melodias Populares Ltda (MP 429), publicada em 1952.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & Cia. nº ch. 1022 (ou 1122) não foi encontrada.
Também conhecido como 'É Lá!...'

Virou Bola - 1926
Samba carnavalesco, “Oferecido ao amigo dos amigos Santos Sobrinho e em homenagem ao Club dos Democráticos - O maior sucesso para o Carnaval de 1927”
Edição Revista Musica, sem nº ch., 15/11/1926
Gravado por Breno Ferreira com outra letra.
Contém duas letras.

Toma Lá... - 29/12/1926
Versalha, “Oferecido ao Cícero De Almeida”.
Apareceu no jornal "Correio De Manhã".

Benzinho - 1926/1927
Choro-modinha brasileira, sem dedicatória.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & Cia. nº ch. 1247 não foi encontrada.

Volta à Palhoça - 1926/1927
Samba carnavalesco, “Dedicado ao Club Bola Preta”.
Edição Todamérica – Melodias Populares Ltda (MP 447), publicada em 1952.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & C. nº ch. 1304 não foi encontrada.

Saudade - 1926-1929
Samba-choro/canção, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Foi citado no Correio Da Manhã em 1926 e foi gravado por Pedro Celestino em 1927.
Melodia e letra perdidas.
Também conhecido como 'Saudades...'.

A Favela Vai Abaixo!... - 1927
Samba-choro, “Dedicado aos meus amigos Marques Porto e Luiz Peixoto, que, como eu, sentem a grandeza da terra carioca”.
Edição Casa Bevilacqua nº ch. 9090.
Segundo Edgar de Alencar: "Há duas versões da letra, uma delas adaptada para o teatro".
Houve mais uma terceira versão cantada por Mário Reis em 1969.

Alegrias De Caboclo - 1927
Canção-cateretê, “Dedicada a minha mãezinha ‘Rosa Maia’ e a minha feliz companheira ‘Nair S. Moreira’”
Carlos Wehrs & Cia., nº ch. 1158.

O Fim Do Mundo Onde é? - 1927
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Gravação por Pedro Celestino de 1927, perdido.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Não Quebra Mais - 09/01/1927
Marcha carnavalesca, sem dedicatória.
Letra foi publicada no jornal Correio Da Manhã em 09/01/1927
Também foi citada como 'chula'e 'chula carioca'.
Melodia perdida, letra encontrada.

Não Te Quero Mais - 1927
Gênero desconhecido, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Possívelmente outro nome de "Não Quebra Mais"
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Mosca Vareja - 1927
Marcha carnavalesca, sem dedicatória.
Edição Todamérica – Melodias Populares Ltda (MP 435), publicada em 1952.
Edição Vieira Machado, sem nº ch., não foi encontrada.
Parceria com Durval Silva.

Saudade Da Choça - 1927 (ou anterior)
Canção, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Também possivelmente levou o nome de "Lembranças Da Choça".
Foi lançada por Albertino Rodrigues em 1927.

Maitaca - 1927 (ou anterior)
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Também possivelmente recebia o nome de "Entre Nós".
Foi lançada por Carlos Serra em 1927.

Ai u ê Dendê! - 1927
Marcha carnavalesca, “À minha filha Déa B. Silva”.
Edição Campassi & Camin nº ch. 3420.

Amar a Uma Só Mulher - 1927
Samba-canção, “Ao ilustre Dr. Alvaro Moreyra”.
Edição Campassi & Camin, nº ch. 3429.
Acima do título, consta: "Grande sucesso do American-Jazz".
Na capa consta: "Grande sucesso do PAN-AMERICAN - Cassino Copacabana".

Bem-te-quero - 1927
Samba carnavalesco, “Sinhô, ‘o rei do samba’, oferece ao amigo Julio Monteiro Gomes ‘Júlio Leiloeiro’. Homenagem ao club dos ‘Tenentes’”
Edição independente, sem nº ch.
Na capa consta "J. B. Silva – Sinhô – apresenta os seus grandiosos sucessos para o Carnaval de 1927".

Burro De Carga - 1927
Samba, “Dedicada ao meu amigo José de Patrocínio Filho”.
Edição Campassi & Camin, nº ch 3418.
Edição Campassi & Camin nº ch 2805 em arranjo para piano e 8 instrumentos. Assinada sob o pseudônimo J. Curangi.
Também conhecido por 'Carga De Burro'.

Eu Não Quero Saber Mais Dela!... - 1927
Samba-choro,
Edição Campassi & Camin, nº ch. 3405.
Edição Casa Bevilacqua, nº ch. 9084.
Edição Teatro Recreio, sem nº ch.
Também conhecido por 'Não Quero Saber Mais Dela' e com o gênero “samba da favela”.
Segundo Edgar de Alencar: "Foram feitas duas versões, uma das quais adaptada para dueto e lançada primeiramente no Recreio, na revista Paulista de Macaé".

Ora, Vejam Só - 1927
Samba carnavalesco, “Homenagem a bola preta, criação do exímio ator Henrique Chaves - Dedicado aos amigos gratos Alvaro de Oliveira, Jayr e Dangelo”
Edição Carlos Wehrs & C., nº ch. 1311.
Edição Carlos Wehrs, nº ch. 2057 em arranjo para jazz band.
Na capa consta "Notável criação de Henrique Chaves, o popular cômico da Companhia Margarida Max".
Segundo Ary Vasconcelos, Heitor dos Prazeres reivindicou a autoria de todo o estribilho (tanto letra como música).

Sabiá - 1927 (ou anterior)
Poema de motivo folclórico, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Letras perdidas

Sabiá - 1927
Samba-canção, “Dedicado ao amigo Mário Reis em 28 de julho de 1927, Rio”.
Cópia manuscrita da partitura para piano presente na Coleção Mozart de Araújo (CCBB - RJ), com o gênero constando como "sambinha”.
Edição Porfírio Martins & C. - "À Guitarra de Prata", sem nº ch., não foi encontrada.
Segundo Edgar de Alencar, "houve uma segunda versão com poema de motivo folclórico (perdida)."
Uma se destinou à revista 'É da Fuzarca'.
Também leva o nome de "Schiu! Schiu!".

Carioca - 16/01/1927
Versalhada, sem dedicatória.
Apareceu no Jornal do Brasil.

Confissão - 1927
Canção brasileira, sem dedicatória.
Edição Campassi & Camin, 3484.
Citada por jornais da época.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Correio Da Manhã - 1927
Tango brasileiro, “Dedicado ao jornal Correio Da Manhã”.
Edição (?) não foi encontrado.
Apenas instrumental.
Melodia perdida.

Livre Pensador - 1927
Romance, não foi editado, sem dedicatória.
Foi citada no jornal Correio Da Manhã.
Foi tocada por Sinhô em um festival em piano solo.
Apenas instrumental, em ré b.
Melodia perdida.

Lembrança Da Choça - 1927
Modinha, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Talvez o mesmo de 'Saudade Da Choça'.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Noite Carioca - 1927
Tango brasileiro, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Foi citado em jornais da época.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

O Que é Nosso - 27/12/1927
Tango brasileiro, “Dedicado ao Correio Da Manhã por Sinhô”.
Partitura publicada no Correio Da Manhã em 27/12/1927, piano solo.
Não foi editado.
Também no Correio Da Manhã, a composição foi citado como 'samba-tango'.
Melodia encontrada, não se sabe se tem letra.

Olhos De Centelha - 1927
Marcha carnavalesca, sem dedicatória.
Letra aparece no Jornal De Modinhas (não foi encontrada).
Letra de J. Costa Júnior.
Segundo Edgar de Alencar:"‘Marcha carnavalesca de J. B. Silva (Sinhô) original de J. Costa Júnior’ (Assim aparece a letra no Jornal de Modinhas. J. Costa Júnior, maestro famoso seria o autor dos versos ou da melodia?)"
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Os Esponjas - 1927
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Fez pouco sucesso, por isso, nem foi editado.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Penosas No Conforto - 1927
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Será ou Não Será? - 1927
Choro nacional, não editado, sem dedicatório.
Foi apenas citado em jornais da época.
Também conhecido como 'Será ou Não?'.
Apenas instrumental.
Melodia perdida.

Sem Amor - 1927
Marcha, o mesmo de 'Murmúrios'.
Também leva a alcunha de 'samba' e 'choro'.
Foi gravado por Carlos Serra em 1927 e por Januário De Oliveira em 1930.

Só... Na Casa Do Aguiar - 1927
Samba carnavalesco, “Dedicado à elite carioca e aos seus amáveis fregueses e amigos”.
Edição Viúva Guerreiro & Comp., sem nº ch.
Samba de propaganda da Casa Aguiar, situado na Avenidas Passos, 57. ("Grande e variado sortimento de tecidos de seda, linho e algodão, tudo de primeira e garantido [etc.]".

O Bobalhão - 1927/1928
Charleston carnavalesco, “Aos amigos Antonio David e Salvador Laviolla”
Edição Irmãos Vitale, nº ch. 430.

O Preto Que Tinha a Alma Branca - 06/09/1928
Samba-dueto, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Foi apresentado por Henrique Chaves e Nelly Flor na revista Seminua no Teatro Fênix em 06/09/1928
Com versos adaptados ao quadro 'O Preto que tinha a alma branca',
Também era ao mesmo cantado por Vincente Celestino na revista Cachorro Quente em 13/09/1928.
Futuramente, teve a primeira parte trocada para gravação de "Deus No Livre Dos Castigos Das Mulheres".

A Medida Do Senhor Do Bonfim - 1928
Samba-choro, “Ao Dr. Antonio Prado”.
Edição Porfírio Martins & C. - "À Guitarra de Prata", sem nº ch.

Carinhos De Vovô - 1928
Romance pedagógico, “Ao ilustre professor Hemeterio dos Santos”.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & Cia., nº ch. 1527.
No cabeçalho, consta: "Criação de Mario Reis".

Deus No Livre Dos Castigos Das Mulheres... - 1928
Samba-canção, sem dedicatória.
Edição Porfírio Martins & C. - "À Guitarra de Prata", sem nº ch.
Na capa vinha escrito: "o maior sucesso do Teatro Nacional".
Tinha o nome original de 'O Preto Que Tinha a Alma Branca'.

Força e Luz - 1928
Marcha ABEL, sem dedicatória.
Edição Revista Light No.5., julho de 1928.
Canção da Associação Beneficente dos Empregados da Light.
Letra de Candido Castro.

Jura! - 1928
Samba-canção, sem dedicatória.
Edição Porfírio Martins & C. - "À Guitarra de Prata", sem nº ch.
"Criação da nossa divette brasileira Aracy Côrtes".
Na capa consta: "O rhapsodo nacional 'Sinhô' - O maior sucesso do mundo - A estrela do choro brasileiro Aracy"

Que Vale a "Nota" Sem o Carinho Da Mulher?! - 1928
Samba do partido alto, sem dedicatória.
Edição Carlos Wehrs & C., nº ch. 1509.
Acima do título consta: "Criação de Mario Meirelles Reis".
Sob o pseudônimo de Avlis Bésoj - palíndromo de "José B. Silva".

Super-Ale - 1928
Samba carnavalesco, sem dedicatória.
Edição Casa Sotero, nº ch. 8764.
Abaixo do nome do compositor, aparece a sigla não-identificada "T. B. S.".
Música de propaganda da cerveja "Super-Ale", Cervejaria Polônia Ltda.
Letra de Ernesto Silva.

Maldito Costume - 1928
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Mesma melodia e letras de "Deixe Deste Costume".

Coleção pedagógica (suíte com seis peças infantis), suíte infantil, 1928:

Carta De A.B.C. - 1928
Coleção pedagógica, sem dedicatória.
Edição (?) não encontrada.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Dia De Exame - 1928
Coleção pedagógica, sem dedicatória.
Edição (?) não encontrada.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Dia De Gazeta - 1928
Coleção pedagógica, sem dedicatória.
Edição (?) não encontrada.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Se Ela Soubesse Ler - 1928
Coleção pedagógica, sem dedicatória.
Edição (?) não encontrada.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Tinteiro Virado - 1928
Coleção pedagógica, sem dedicatória.
Edição (?) não encontrada.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Sexta peça infantil esta perdida.

Gosto Que Me Enrosco - 1928/1929
Choro-canção, “Ao meu amigo Luiz Palmerim”
Edição Carlos Wehrs & Cia., nº ch. 1534.
Na capa também consta: "Criação da artista cantora Luiza Fonseca".
Letra e melodia de Heitor Dos Prazeres
Também acunhado como 'samba'.
Conhecido também como 'Florzinha'.

Ratos De Raça - 1928/1929
Samba da fuzarca, “Aos amigos Joaquim e Mendes”.
Edição Campassi & Camin, nº ch. 3500.
Edição Campassi & Camin, nº ch. 2867, em arranjo para piano e 8 instrumentos.
Letra do anônimo "A.B.C.".

Cansei! - 1929
Choro-samba, sem dedicatória.
Edição Guanabara No.21 em arranjo de Bento Mossurunga para pequena orquestra (redução para piano deste arranjo).

Cauã - 1929
Valsa-choro, “Dedicada ao Dr. Jenolino Amado, o autor”.
Edição Irmãos Vitale nº ch. 641.
Edição Irmãos Vitale nº ch. 2935, em arranjo para piano e 8 instrumentos.

Cais Dourado - 1929
Toada, não editado, sem dedicatória.
O mesmo que 'Lá Vai Madeira'.

Capinheiro - 1929
Coco-ajongado, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Segundo Edgar de Alencar, "talvez uma refundição de 'Disse me disse'".
Gravado por Pedro Celestino.

Chequerê - 1929
Choro-canção, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Gravado por Januário De Oliveira como canção.

Como Se Gosta - 1929
Valsa, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Gravado por Januário De Oliveira.

Eu Queria Saber - 1929
Samba carnavalesco, não editado, sem dedicatória.
O mesmo de 'Alivia Esses Olhos'.
Gravado por Francisco Alves.

Minha Branca - 1929
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Gravado por Januário De Oliveira como canção.

Nossa Senhora Do Brasil - 1929
Dueto, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Letra faz referência a Tarsila De Amaral.
Gravado por Januário De Oliveira & Henrique Chaves como canção.

Professor De Violão - 1929 (ou anterior)
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Gravado por Januário De Oliveira.

Recordar é Viver - 1929
Canção, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Mesma melodia de 'Saudade Da Choça', letra diferente.
Gravado por Sílvio Caldas.

Salve-se Quem Puder - 1929
Marcha, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Gravado por Januário De Oliveira.

Sou Da Fandanga - 1929
Marcha, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Paródia de 'Sou Da Fuzarca'.
Citado no 'Diário Carioca' em 12/02/1930.
Gravado por Januário de Oliveira.

Canção Do Ciúme - 1929
Canção, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Recordações De Ti - 22 de setembro de 1929
Gênero desconhecido, existência não confirmada.
Título da obra provém de um contrato da Odeon,
Nunca foi encontrada nada sobre a composição.

Só Por Te Querer - 22 de setembro de 1929
Gênero desconhecido, existência não confirmada.
Título da obra provém de um contrato da Odeon,
Nunca foi encontrada nada sobre a composição.

Eu Ouço Falar - 1929/1930
Samba carnavalesco, “Dedicada ao Dr. Oswald de Andrade”
Edição Guanabara No.3, em arranjo de Bento Mossurunga para pequena orquestra, não foi encontrada.
Propaganda da candidatura de Julio Prestes.
Também conhecido por 'Seu Julinho'.

Miçanga - 1930
Marcha, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Também conhecido por 'Missanga'.
Mesma letra e melodia de 'Ó Rosa', trocando por 'Miçanga'.
Citado pelo jornal 'O Malho' em 15/02/1930, como 'samba'.
Gravado por Januário De Olveira em arranjo de fox-trot.

Amostra a Mão - 1930
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Letra apareceu no 'Diário Da Noite' em 11/02/1930 e também no dia seguinte com letra diferente.
Gravado por Ildefonso Norát.

Já é Demais - 1930
Samba-canção, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Letra apareceu no 'Diário Da Noite' em 11/02/1930 e também no dia seguinte.
Há um boato que o autor real do samba seria um anônimo chamado 'Antonico Do Samba'.
Gravação de Mário Reis não contém última estrofe.

Vivo Bem - 12/02/1930
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Letra apareceu em uma entrevista no 'Diário Carioca' em 12/02/1930.
Melodia perdida.

Quando Deus Quiser - 1930
Samba de partido alto, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Letra de 'Vagalume' e melodia de Sinhô.
Letra apareceu em uma entrevista no Diário Carioca em 19/02/1930.
Melodia perdida.

Se Meu Amor Me Vê - 1930
Samba, sem dedicatória.
Edição Guanabara (No.42) em arranjo de Bento Mossurunga para pequena orquestra (redução para piano deste arranjo).
Gravado por Francisco Alves & Lucy Campos como 'samba-dueto'.

Alta Madrugada - 1930
Cena cômica e musical, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Também conhecida como 'Adão Na Ronda'.
Letra e cena por Augusto Aníbal.

Amor De Poeta - 1930
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Mesma melodia de 'Vida Apertada' com versos diferentes.
Gravação por Sílvio Caldas.

Canjiquinha Quente - 1930
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Manuscrito com pseudônimo de Josbarsil, s.d., não encontrado.
Gravação por Ita Caiubi.

Confissões De Amor - 1930
Choro-modinha, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Gravação por Gastão Formenti.

Fala Macacada - 1930
Samba-toada, sem dedicatória.
Edição (?) póstuma publicada em setembro de 1930, não foi encontrada.
Citado pelo jornal 'O Paiz' em 28/09/1930.
Gravado por Januário De Oliveira.

Reminiscências Do Passado - 1930
Samba-canção, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Citado pelo jornal 'O Paiz' em 28/09/1930.
Utiliza partes de 'Cabeça De Às', 'Dor De Cabeça' e 'Caneca De Couro'.
Gravado por Ildefonso Norát.

Feitiço Gorado - 1930
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Citado pelo jornal 'A Voz Do Violão' em 1931.
Gravado por Carmen Miranda.

Mal De Amor - 1930
Samba-canção, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Mesma melodia e letra de 'Minha Paixão'.
Gravado por Aracy Côrtes.

Meus Ciúmes - 1930
Choro-canção, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Gravado por Yolanda Osório como samba-choro.

Por Que Será? - 1930
Marcha carnavalesca, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Mesma melodia e letra de 'A Juriti'.
Gravado por Francisco Alves.

O Homem Da Injeção - 1930
Samba, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Manuscrito - existência não confirmada.
Estava no bolso de Sinhô quando ele morreu na barca em Niterói.
Melodia e letra perdidas.

Mil e Uma Trapalhadas - s.d.
Samba, sem dedicatória.
Edição Todamérica - Melodias Populares, nº ch. 293, em arranjo simplificado para piano por Pereira dos Santos de 1964.
Suposta parceria com Wilson Batista.
Gravação por Moreira Da Silva.

Composições de data desconhecidas:

Aos Pés De Deus - s.d.
Gênero desconhecido, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Manuscrito - ainda existe parte dos versos em um caderno Mário Reis.
Melodia perdida e letras perdidas.

Queda D'água - s.d.
Valsa lenta, sem dedicatória.
Edição Porfírio Martins & C. - "À Guitarra de Prata", não foi encontrada.
Melodia e letras perdidas.

Pingo D'água - s.d.
Valsa, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Talvez o mesmo de 'Queda D'água'.
Melodia e letras perdidas.

Quem Fala De Mim
Gênero desconhecido, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Melodia e letras perdidas.

Tauhã - s.d.
Valsa-choro, não editado, sem dedicatória.
Talvez primeiro nome ou escritura errada de 'Cauã'.
Melodia e letras perdidas.
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2023.02.23 19:01 ReconEG [AMA ANNOUNCEMENT] Tennis on Saturday, February 25th @ 4pm ET/1pm PT!

[AMA ANNOUNCEMENT] Tennis on Saturday, February 25th @ 4pm ET/1pm PT!
It's Thursday, you know what that means.
Tennis will join us for an AMA this Saturday! (Photo: Luca Venter, Graphic: u/sara520)
We've got two more AMAs happening this February, the first of which is Tennis, who'll be joining us once again this Saturday, February 25th @ 4pm ET/1pm PT!
Their new album, Pollen, is out now via their own Mutually Detrimental label/Thirty Tigers and features the singles "One Night with The Valet", "Let's Make a Mistake Tonight" and "Forbidden Doors." The duo is getting ready to begin a headlining North American tour this March so to view all their upcoming dates, peep the poster below and visit their website to pick up tickets if they're playing in a city near you.
Tennis 'Pollen' Tour 2023
So, swing back this Saturday as Tennis returns to indieheads for an AMA!
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2023.02.19 01:13 throwaway177383737 Blood Results pre cycle - Should I be worried?

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2023.02.18 20:02 Cheap-Combination-42 5 months in still out of range?

5 months in still out of range?
Started in September, I’m doing .3ml twice a week which I think is 120mg and I’m out of range still. Any other hyper sensitive people to trt have this issue? Should I do 80mg a week?
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2023.02.17 18:35 rusticgorilla States move to criminalize transgender people for simply existing

Housekeeping:
Lawmakers across the country have filed hundreds of pieces of anti-transgender legislation for the 2023 session, setting out to further marginalize a community of people who already faced a year of unprecedented violence and threats to their existence.
While the media often portrays the anti-LGBTQ+ mission of America’s rightwing elements as part of a “culture war,” some members of the community, allies, and activists argue that it is best described as a (state) government-sponsored genocide—far from a nebulous battle of ideas and values. Depending on what state one lives in, various expressions of LGBTQ+ identity are actively being legislated out of existence and criminalized. Transgender individuals, in particular, are being stripped of rights at an alarming rate by lawmakers beholden to rightwing propaganda campaigns. Working in concert—either intentionally or unintentionally—with far-right extremists, this combination amounts to a coordinated attempt to eradicate the transgender community from wide swaths of the nation.

Gender affirming care

Definition: Gender-affirming care is a model of care which includes a spectrum of “social, psychological, behavioral or medical (including hormonal treatment or surgery) interventions designed to support and affirm an individual’s gender identity.”
One of the strongest examples of how anti-transgender laws can be considered a form of genocide are bills that ban gender affirming care. Pay special attention to part (b) in the following definition:
The United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide defines genocide as any “acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: (a) Killing members of the group; (b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; (c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.”
Legislators in 37 states have filed bills that prohibit gender affirming care in various forms and for various age groups. If successful, their states will join the four that previously banned gender affirming care for minors.
These laws can be seen as “causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group,” given that gender-affirming care for transgender youth is proven to reduce odds of suicidality by 73%, according to one study.
  • Bauer, et al., 2015: “...interventions to increase social inclusion and access to medical transition, and to reduce transphobia, have the potential to contribute to substantial reductions in the extremely high prevalences of suicide ideation and attempts within trans populations.”
  • McNeil, et al., 2012: "Suicidal ideation and actual attempts reduced after transition, with 63% thinking about or attempting suicide more before they transitioned and only 3% thinking about or attempting suicide more post-transition.”
  • de Vries, et al., 2014: “A clinical protocol of a multidisciplinary team with mental health professionals, physicians, and surgeons, including puberty suppression, followed by cross-sex hormones and gender reassignment surgery, provides gender dysphoric youth who seek gender reassignment from early puberty on, the opportunity to develop into well-functioning young adults…After gender reassignment, in young adulthood, the [gender dysphoria] was alleviated and psychological functioning had steadily improved. Well-being was similar to or better than same-age young adults from the general population. Improvements in psychological functioning were positively correlated with postsurgical subjective well-being.”
Prohibiting or criminalizing the most effective treatment for gender dysphoria will manufacture more suicides within the transgender community. Thus, by blocking life-saving healthcare, these policies cause “serious bodily or mental harm” to members of the transgender and non-binary community.
Furthermore, by banning gender-affirming treatment—in some cases far into adulthood—legislators are attempting to erase transgender individuals from existence. Not only will transgender people be prevented from accessing safe healthcare, but those who fall in the prohibited age range will also be forced to de-transition.
“Already, transgender youth who are not allowed to transition attempt suicide at a much higher rate,” wrote transgender activist Erin Reed in her newsletter. “Medical detransition will mean extremely distressing changes for trans youth, many of whom have lived as their gender for most of their lives… This is particularly cruel to transgender kids who have been receiving care for a long time and who are known as their gender by all of the peers and adults in their lives.”
  • Oklahoma Senate Bill 129 would ban individuals under the age of 26 from accessing gender affirming healthcare.
  • South Carolina House Bill 3730 would ban individuals under the age of 26 from accessing gender affirming healthcare.
  • South Dakota House Bill 1080 is unique in not only banning gender affirming care for minors, but also ordering physicians to medically detransition trans youth in their care within the year.
  • Among other states considering bills to ban gender affirming care for minors, Oklahoma leads with 32, followed by Missouri with 31, Texas with 28, Mississippi with 24, and Tennessee with 20—just a month into the 2023 legislative session.

Child Abuse

Part (e) of the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide is “forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.” At first glance, this may not seem to apply in the United States. However, several states are in the process of initiating laws that would charge parents of transgender children with child abuse for providing gender affirming healthcare to their kids. This would allow a judge to order the child taken from the parent’s custody, as first threatened by Texas officials.
In Spring 2022, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) issued an order directing the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) to investigate gender-affirming medical care as child abuse. Had his directive not been blocked by the courts, it would have resulted in transgender and non-binary children being taken from their families and placed in the state’s underfunded foster system.
Child Welfare League of America: “Providing appropriate, compassionate medical care for your child is not child abuse. We know that youth who identify as LGBTQ are at greater risk of homelessness, substance use disorders, mental illness, suicide ideation and attempts, trauma, and other negative outcomes than their peers; the right to receive individualized, evidence-based, identity-affirming care from their doctors and other medical providers saves lives. With nearly 30,000 children in care in 2021, Texas DFPS needs to focus its limited resources protecting children from actual abuse and neglect, not investigating children and families who are vulnerable.”
Other states have attempted to pass legislation copying Abbott’s strategy of removing transgender minors from their parent’s custody through child abuse charges.
  • In October, Michigan state Reps. Ryan Berman, Steve Carra, Luke Meerman, Beau LaFave, and Steve Marino—all Republicans—introduced a bill that would charge parents with first-degree child abuse for obtaining a “gender transition procedure” for their child.
  • Tennessee’s state senate recently passed Senate Bill 1, which criminalizes parents who help their children obtain gender affirming care—even when they travel out of state to do so.
  • Texas lawmakers introduced House Bill 672 to formalize Gov. Abbott’s child abuse directive. If this bill were to become law, parents who consent to gender affirming care would be engaging in “conduct that places a child in imminent danger.”
  • Wyoming’s state senate passed Senate File 111 to criminalize parents who consent to gender affirming care for their child. The same week, Wyoming lawmakers killed a bill to raise the legal marriage age to 18 years old—meaning, 16 is old enough to marry but not old enough to obtain life-saving gender affirming healthcare.

Stages of genocide

Another way of thinking of genocides is the progression of events that lead up to the mass killing of victims. Gregory Stanton, a professor of genocidal studies and founder of Genocide Watch, developed a list of ten stages that can predict a genocide. His model is based on the Holocaust, the Rwandan genocide, and the Cambodian genocide.
Some stages fit what we’re seeing in the U.S. with LGBTQ+ rights better than others. This is to be expected, as the oppression of the community isn’t an organized nationwide phenomenon. Instead, certain states are chipping away at the rights of transgender and non-binary people incrementally, while other states increase protections for the LGBTQ+ community.
The stages that most clearly fit the current situation are related to media and propaganda: namely, the “Classification” and “Dehumanization” phases. These two stages in particular work in concert to give Americans permission to discriminate against LGBTQ+ individuals.

Classification

Definition: Division of “us” and “them”
Example: German and Jew, Hutu and Tutsi
Rightwing media has played a large role in creating stigma and delegitimizing LGBTQ+ individuals.
These rightwing campaigns have real legal consequences for transgender individuals. For example, a female student was assaulted by a male student in a skirt in a Loudoun County, Virginia, school bathroom. Rightwing media outlets like The Daily Wire and Fox News portrayed the attack as a result of trans-inclusive bathroom policies. In truth, however, the policies were not approved until months after the assault. Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) then forced schools to ban transgender students from using bathrooms associated with their preferred gender.
Laws and regulations that deny access to public toilets by gender identity send the message that transgender people are somehow dangerous and need to be swept into segregated spaces. Nine states have introduced bathroom bills so far this year: Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nebraska, and North Dakota.

Dehumanization

Definition: One group denies the humanity of the other group
Example: the Nazis referred to Jews as “vermin”
During this stage, the dominant power vilifies the targeted group, often using media to spread propaganda. The clearest and most dangerous example is the recent rightwing branding of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies as “groomers” and pedophiles. The tactic was used against Disney for the company’s opposition to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ “Don’t Say Gay” bill; schools and libraries) that host Drag Queen Story Hour events; and hospitals that provide gender affirming care to minors.
The demonization of LGBTQ+ individuals and allies would not be possible without the cooperation of media outlets like Fox News. In a three-week period from March to April 2022, Fox News ran 170 segments on trans people, throughout which the network "repeatedly invoked the long-debunked myth that trans people pose a threat to minors and seek to groom them.” The vilifying and dehumanizing language used by hosts like Tucker Carlson works to incite violence against the LGBTQ+ community, inspiring self-invented heroes to avenge the imaginary harm to children they have been told is happening.
Unstable individuals watching the biggest cable news show in America can thus be inspired towards threats and violence. We saw this when Carlson amplified false claims against children’s hospitals for performing hysterectomies for trans youth (which, to be clear, was not true); the hospitals were then inundated with bomb threats.
After a full year of disseminating hate speech and anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric, Carlson acted baffled as to why a man would shoot up an LGBTQ+ club in Colorado, adding that the tragedy was being used as a pretext to censor rightwing speech.
“These horrifying murders in Colorado over the weekend quickly became a pretext for yet more censorship of your speech,” Carlson said. “You are responsible for this, they told you, because you said the wrong thing.”
Carlson then accused the groups and individuals that he said were calling for “censorship” — in this case, the LGBTQ community and its allies — of engaging in, perpetuating, or suborning the “genital mutilation” and sexual abuse and exploitation of children.
Days later, Carlson had the founder of anti-trans group “Gays Against Groomers” on his show to declare that killing LGBTQ+ individuals would not stop “until we end this evil agenda that is attacking children.”

Drag performances

Rightwing media campaigns to smear drag queens for “sexualizing” children delegitimize a valid form of artistic expression and cast performers as a danger to society, comparing them to a category of criminal most likely to evoke revulsion and violence: pedophiles.
Republican lawmakers followed these cues, introducing 30 bills so far this year to limit or outright ban drag performances. The worst of this legislation is phrased vaguely enough to allow the criminalization of transgender people just for existing in public spaces.
  • Montana House Bill 359 defines drag as "exhibit[ing] a gender identity that is different than the performer's gender assigned at birth using clothing, makeup, or other physical markers and sings, lip syncs, dances, or otherwise performs for entertainment to appeal to a prurient interest.” Prurient means “having or encouraging an excessive interest in sexual matters.” Any business that hosts a drag performance is categorized as a sexually oriented business and may not allow a minor on its premises. Furthermore, the bill prohibits schools or libraries that receive state funding from hosting drag performances, like drag queen story hour events.
  • The Tennessee Senate passed SB 3 last week, which declares that "male [and] female impersonators" are in the same “prurient” category as strippers. As currently worded, SB 3 would make being a “male or female impersonator”—something that could include simply existing as a transgender or non-binary person—on public property or in view of a minor a crime.
  • West Virginia Senate Bill 253 makes it a crime for “male or female impersonators” to perform where they “could be viewed by a person who is a minor,” “regardless of whether or not performed for consideration.” The phrasing obviously allows transgender and non-binary individuals to be criminally charged for existing in any location where a child could potentially be present.
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2023.02.13 21:15 hugequiz_com US 1000 Largest Cities - 2020 Census

Attached is the 1000 largest cities in the US according to the 2020 census - pulled all the census data for this quiz:
https://hugequiz.com/quizzes/us-largest-cities/

Rank City Population
1 New York, NY 8804190
2 Los Angeles, CA 3898747
3 Chicago, IL 2746388
4 Houston, TX 2304580
5 Phoenix, AZ 1608139
6 Philadelphia, PA 1603797
7 San Antonio, TX 1434625
8 San Diego, CA 1386932
9 Dallas, TX 1304379
10 San Jose, CA 1013240
11 Austin, TX 961855
12 Jacksonville, FL 949611
13 Fort Worth, TX 918915
14 Columbus, OH 905748
15 Indianapolis, IN 887642
16 Charlotte, NC 874579
17 San Francisco, CA 873965
18 Seattle, WA 737015
19 Denver, CO 715522
20 Washington, DC 689545
21 Nashville, TN 689447
22 Oklahoma City, OK 681054
23 El Paso, TX 678815
24 Boston, MA 675647
25 Portland, OR 652503
26 Las Vegas, NV 641903
27 Detroit, MI 639111
28 Memphis, TN 633104
29 Louisville, KY 633045
30 Baltimore, MD 585708
31 Milwaukee, WI 577222
32 Albuquerque, NM 564559
33 Tucson, AZ 542629
34 Fresno, CA 542107
35 Sacramento, CA 524943
36 Kansas City, MO 508090
37 Mesa, AZ 504258
38 Atlanta, GA 498715
39 Omaha, NE 486051
40 Colorado Springs, CO 478961
41 Raleigh, NC 467665
42 Long Beach, CA 466742
43 Virginia Beach, VA 459470
44 Miami, FL 442241
45 Oakland, CA 440646
46 Minneapolis, MN 429954
47 Tulsa, OK 413066
48 Bakersfield, CA 403455
49 Wichita, KS 397532
50 Arlington, TX 394266
51 Aurora, CO 386261
52 Tampa, FL 384959
53 New Orleans, LA 383997
54 Cleveland, OH 372624
55 Honolulu, HI 350964
56 Anaheim, CA 346824
57 Lexington, KY 322570
58 Stockton, CA 320804
59 Corpus Christi, TX 317863
60 Henderson, NV 317610
61 Riverside, CA 314998
62 Newark, NJ 311549
63 St Paul, MN 311527
64 Santa Ana, CA 310227
65 Cincinnati, OH 309317
66 Irvine, CA 307670
67 Orlando, FL 307573
68 Pittsburgh, PA 302971
69 St Louis, MO 301578
70 Greensboro, NC 299035
71 Jersey City, NJ 292449
72 Anchorage, AK 291247
73 Lincoln, NE 291082
74 Plano, TX 285494
75 Durham, NC 283506
76 Buffalo, NY 278349
77 Chandler, AZ 275987
78 Chula Vista, CA 275487
79 Toledo, OH 270871
80 Madison, WI 269840
81 Gilbert, AZ 267918
82 Reno, NV 264165
83 Fort Wayne, IN 263886
84 North Las Vegas, NV 262527
85 St Petersburg, FL 258308
86 Lubbock, TX 257141
87 Irving, TX 256684
88 Laredo, TX 255205
89 Winston Salem, NC 249545
90 Chesapeake, VA 249422
91 Glendale, AZ 248325
92 Garland, TX 246018
93 Scottsdale, AZ 241361
94 Norfolk, VA 238005
95 Boise, ID 235684
96 Fremont, CA 230504
97 Spokane, WA 228989
98 Santa Clarita, CA 228673
99 Baton Rouge, LA 227470
100 Richmond, VA 226610
101 Hialeah, FL 223109
102 San Bernardino, CA 222101
103 Tacoma, WA 219346
104 Modesto, CA 218464
105 Huntsville, AL 215006
106 Des Moines, IA 214133
107 Yonkers, NY 211569
108 Rochester, NY 211328
109 Moreno Valley, CA 208634
110 Fayetteville, NC 208501
111 Fontana, CA 208393
112 Columbus, GA 206922
113 Worcester, MA 206518
114 Port St Lucie, FL 204851
115 Little Rock, AR 202591
116 Augusta, GA 202081
117 Oxnard, CA 202063
118 Birmingham, AL 200733
119 Montgomery, AL 200603
120 Frisco, TX 200509
121 Amarillo, TX 200393
122 Salt Lake City, UT 199723
123 Grand Rapids, MI 198917
124 Huntington Beach, CA 198711
125 Overland Park, KS 197238
126 Glendale, CA 196543
127 Tallahassee, FL 196169
128 Grand Prairie, TX 196100
129 McKinney, TX 195308
130 Cape Coral, FL 194016
131 Sioux Falls, SD 192517
132 Peoria, AZ 190985
133 Providence, RI 190934
134 Vancouver, WA 190915
135 Knoxville, TN 190740
136 Akron, OH 190469
137 Shreveport, LA 187593
138 Mobile, AL 187041
139 Brownsville, TX 186738
140 Newport News, VA 186247
141 Fort Lauderdale, FL 182760
142 Chattanooga, TN 181099
143 Tempe, AZ 180587
144 Aurora, IL 180542
145 Santa Rosa, CA 178127
146 Eugene, OR 176654
147 Elk Grove, CA 176124
148 Salem, OR 175535
149 Ontario, CA 175265
150 Cary, NC 174721
151 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 174453
152 Oceanside, CA 174068
153 Lancaster, CA 173516
154 Garden Grove, CA 171949
155 Pembroke Pines, FL 171178
156 Fort Collins, CO 169810
157 Palmdale, CA 169450
158 Springfield, MO 169176
159 Clarksville, TN 166722
160 Salinas, CA 163542
161 Hayward, CA 162954
162 Paterson, NJ 159732
163 Alexandria, VA 159467
164 Macon, GA 157346
165 Corona, CA 157136
166 Kansas City, KS 156607
167 Lakewood, CO 155984
168 Springfield, MA 155929
169 Sunnyvale, CA 155805
170 Jackson, MS 153701
171 Killeen, TX 153095
172 Hollywood, FL 153067
173 Murfreesboro, TN 152769
174 Pasadena, TX 151950
175 Bellevue, WA 151854
176 Pomona, CA 151713
177 Escondido, CA 151038
178 Joliet, IL 150362
179 Charleston, SC 150227
180 Mesquite, TX 150108
181 Naperville, IL 149540
182 Rockford, IL 148655
183 Bridgeport, CT 148654
184 Syracuse, NY 148620
185 Savannah, GA 147780
186 Roseville, CA 147773
187 Torrance, CA 147067
188 Fullerton, CA 143617
189 Surprise, AZ 143148
190 McAllen, TX 142210
191 Thornton, CO 141867
192 Visalia, CA 141384
193 Olathe, KS 141290
194 Gainesville, FL 141085
195 West Valley City, UT 140230
196 Orange, CA 139911
197 Denton, TX 139869
198 Warren, MI 139387
199 Pasadena, CA 138699
200 Waco, TX 138486
201 Cedar Rapids, IA 137710
202 Dayton, OH 137644
203 Elizabeth, NJ 137298
204 Hampton, VA 137148
205 Columbia, SC 136632
206 Kent, WA 136588
207 Stamford, CT 135470
208 Lakewood, NJ 135158
209 Victorville, CA 134810
210 Miramar, FL 134721
211 Coral Springs, FL 134394
212 Sterling Heights, MI 134346
213 New Haven, CT 134023
214 Carrollton, TX 133434
215 Midland, TX 132524
216 Norman, OK 128026
217 Santa Clara, CA 127647
218 Athens, GA 127315
219 Thousand Oaks, CA 126966
220 Topeka, KS 126587
221 Simi Valley, CA 126356
222 Columbia, MO 126254
223 Vallejo, CA 126090
224 Fargo, ND 125990
225 Allentown, PA 125845
226 Pearland, TX 125828
227 Concord, CA 125410
228 Abilene, TX 125182
229 Arvada, CO 124402
230 Berkeley, CA 124321
231 Ann Arbor, MI 123851
232 Independence, MO 123011
233 Rochester, MN 121395
234 Lafayette, LA 121374
235 Hartford, CT 121054
236 College Station, TX 120511
237 Clovis, CA 120124
238 Fairfield, CA 119881
239 Palm Bay, FL 119760
240 Richardson, TX 119469
241 Round Rock, TX 119468
242 Cambridge, MA 118403
243 Meridian, ID 117635
244 West Palm Beach, FL 117415
245 Evansville, IN 117298
246 Clearwater, FL 117292
247 Billings, MT 117116
248 West Jordan, UT 116961
249 Richmond, CA 116448
250 Westminster, CO 116317
251 Manchester, NH 115644
252 Lowell, MA 115554
253 Wilmington, NC 115451
254 Antioch, CA 115291
255 Beaumont, TX 115282
256 Provo, UT 115162
257 North Charleston, SC 114852
258 Elgin, IL 114797
259 Carlsbad, CA 114746
260 Odessa, TX 114428
261 Waterbury, CT 114403
262 Springfield, IL 114394
263 League City, TX 114392
264 Downey, CA 114355
265 Gresham, OR 114247
266 High Point, NC 114059
267 Broken Arrow, OK 113540
268 Peoria, IL 113150
269 Lansing, MI 112644
270 Lakeland, FL 112641
271 Pompano Beach, FL 112046
272 Costa Mesa, CA 111918
273 Pueblo, CO 111876
274 Lewisville, TX 111822
275 Miami Gardens, FL 111640
276 Las Cruces, NM 111385
277 Sugar Land, TX 111026
278 Murrieta, CA 110949
279 Ventura, CA 110763
280 Everett, WA 110629
281 Temecula, CA 110003
282 Dearborn, MI 109976
283 Santa Maria, CA 109707
284 West Covina, CA 109501
285 El Monte, CA 109450
286 Greeley, CO 108795
287 Sparks, NV 108445
288 Centennial, CO 108418
289 Boulder, CO 108250
290 Sandy Springs, GA 108080
291 Inglewood, CA 107762
292 Edison, NJ 107588
293 South Fulton, GA 107436
294 Green Bay, WI 107395
295 Burbank, CA 107337
296 Renton, WA 106785
297 Hillsboro, OR 106447
298 El Cajon, CA 106215
299 Tyler, TX 105995
300 Davie, FL 105691
301 San Mateo, CA 105661
302 Brockton, MA 105643
303 Concord, NC 105240
304 Jurupa Valley, CA 105053
305 Daly City, CA 104901
306 Allen, TX 104627
307 Rio Rancho, NM 104046
308 Rialto, CA 104026
309 Woodbridge, NJ 103639
310 South Bend, IN 103453
311 Spokane Valley, WA 102976
312 Norwalk, CA 102773
313 Menifee, CA 102527
314 Vacaville, CA 102386
315 Wichita Falls, TX 102316
316 Davenport, IA 101724
317 Quincy, MA 101636
318 Chico, CA 101475
319 Lynn, MA 101253
320 Lees Summit, MO 101108
321 New Bedford, MA 101079
322 Federal Way, WA 101030
323 Clinton, MI 100513
324 Edinburg, TX 100243
325 Nampa, ID 100200
326 Roanoke, VA 100011
327 Kenosha, WI 99986
328 San Angelo, TX 99893
329 Hesperia, CA 99818
330 Carmel, IN 99757
331 Tuscaloosa, AL 99600
332 Albany, NY 99224
333 Bend, OR 99178
334 Fishers, IN 98977
335 Longmont, CO 98885
336 Canton, MI 98659
337 Vista, CA 98381
338 Orem, UT 98129
339 Portsmouth, VA 97915
340 Beaverton, OR 97494
341 Boca Raton, FL 97422
342 Sunrise, FL 97335
343 Yakima, WA 96968
344 Sandy, UT 96904
345 Compton, CA 95740
346 Carson, CA 95558
347 Yuma, AZ 95548
348 Livonia, MI 95535
349 Toms River, NJ 95438
350 St George, UT 95342
351 Goodyear, AZ 95294
352 Reading, PA 95112
353 Lawrence, KS 94934
354 San Marcos, CA 94833
355 Erie, PA 94831
356 Asheville, NC 94589
357 Edmond, OK 94428
358 Suffolk, VA 94324
359 Fall River, MA 94000
360 Fayetteville, AR 93949
361 Deltona, FL 93692
362 Mission Viejo, CA 93653
363 Redding, CA 93611
364 Santa Monica, CA 93076
365 Tracy, CA 93000
366 Roswell, GA 92833
367 South Gate, CA 92726
368 Hoover, AL 92606
369 Hamilton, NJ 92297
370 Kirkland, WA 92175
371 Plantation, FL 91750
372 Buckeye, AZ 91502
373 Bellingham, WA 91482
374 Chino, CA 91403
375 Nashua, NH 91322
376 OFallon, MO 91316
377 Norwalk, CT 91184
378 San Leandro, CA 91008
379 Westminster, CA 90911
380 Trenton, NJ 90871
381 Mount Pleasant, SC 90801
382 New Braunfels, TX 90403
383 Lawton, OK 90381
384 Clifton, NJ 90296
385 Bloomington, MN 89987
386 Conroe, TX 89956
387 Hemet, CA 89833
388 Avondale, AZ 89334
389 Waukegan, IL 89321
390 Palm Coast, FL 89258
391 Lawrence, MA 89143
392 Fort Smith, AR 89142
393 Indio, CA 89137
394 Newton, MA 88923
395 Santa Barbara, CA 88665
396 Champaign, IL 88302
397 Hawthorne, CA 88083
398 Livermore, CA 87955
399 Citrus Heights, CA 87583
400 Greenville, NC 87521
401 Santa Fe, NM 87505
402 Ogden, UT 87321
403 Whittier, CA 87306
404 Troy, MI 87294
405 Auburn, WA 87256
406 Deerfield Beach, FL 86859
407 Duluth, MN 86697
408 Danbury, CT 86518
409 Brooklyn Park, MN 86478
410 Fort Myers, FL 86395
411 Merced, CA 86333
412 Lake Forest, CA 85858
413 Medford, OR 85824
414 Sioux City, IA 85797
415 Mission, TX 85778
416 Westland, MI 85420
417 Cicero, IL 85268
418 Newport Beach, CA 85239
419 Lake Charles, LA 84872
420 Melbourne, FL 84678
421 San Ramon, CA 84605
422 Redwood City, CA 84292
423 Springdale, AR 84161
424 Buena Park, CA 84034
425 Farmington Hills, MI 83986
426 Bryan, TX 83980
427 Kennewick, WA 83921
428 Baytown, TX 83701
429 Manteca, CA 83498
430 Franklin, TN 83454
431 Cranston, RI 82934
432 Miami Beach, FL 82890
433 Alhambra, CA 82868
434 Warwick, RI 82823
435 Lakewood, CA 82496
436 Largo, FL 82485
437 Johns Creek, GA 82453
438 Mountain View, CA 82376
439 Temple, TX 82073
440 Layton, UT 81773
441 Longview, TX 81638
442 Flint, MI 81252
443 Parma, OH 81146
444 Somerville, MA 81045
445 Plymouth, MN 81026
446 Homestead, FL 80737
447 Folsom, CA 80454
448 Gastonia, NC 80411
449 Boynton Beach, FL 80380
450 Warner Robins, GA 80308
451 Tustin, CA 80276
452 Milpitas, CA 80273
453 Pleasanton, CA 79871
454 New Rochelle, NY 79726
455 Pharr, TX 79715
456 Shelby, MI 79408
457 Rancho Cordova, CA 79332
458 Napa, CA 79246
459 Kissimmee, FL 79226
460 Bellflower, CA 79190
461 Bloomington, IN 79168
462 Upland, CA 79040
463 Lynchburg, VA 79009
464 Schaumburg, IL 78723
465 Perris, CA 78700
466 Bloomington, IL 78680
467 Jonesboro, AR 78576
468 Chino Hills, CA 78411
469 Alameda, CA 78280
470 Frederick, MD 78171
471 Evanston, IL 78110
472 Hammond, IN 77879
473 Racine, WI 77816
474 Arlington Heights, IL 77676
475 Cedar Park, TX 77595
476 South Jordan, UT 77487
477 Pasco, WA 77108
478 Flagstaff, AZ 76831
479 Southfield, MI 76618
480 Wyoming, MI 76501
481 Pittsburg, CA 76416
482 Loveland, CO 76378
483 Scranton, PA 76328
484 Rochester Hills, MI 76300
485 Auburn, AL 76143
486 Flower Mound, TX 75956
487 Lehi, UT 75907
488 Doral, FL 75874
489 Apple Valley, CA 75791
490 Bethlehem, PA 75781
491 Appleton, WI 75644
492 Pawtucket, RI 75604
493 Woodbury, MN 75102
494 Iowa City, IA 74828
495 North Port, FL 74793
496 Rapid City, SD 74703
497 Cherry Hill, NJ 74553
498 Lauderhill, FL 74482
499 Rock Hill, SC 74372
500 Missouri City, TX 74259
501 New Britain, CT 74135
502 Broomfield, CO 74112
503 Bolingbrook, IL 73922
504 Mount Vernon, NY 73893
505 Bismarck, ND 73622
506 Brick, NJ 73620
507 Kalamazoo, MI 73598
508 Missoula, MT 73489
509 Redmond, WA 73256
510 Redlands, CA 73168
511 Castle Rock, CO 73158
512 Gulfport, MS 72926
513 Turlock, CA 72740
514 Jacksonville, NC 72723
515 Daytona Beach, FL 72647
516 Mansfield, TX 72602
517 Dublin, CA 72589
518 St Joseph, MO 72473
519 Framingham, MA 72362
520 Bowling Green, KY 72294
521 Baldwin Park, CA 72176
522 Tamarac, FL 71897
523 Harlingen, TX 71829
524 Camden, NJ 71791
525 Bayonne, NJ 71686
526 Rocklin, CA 71601
527 Redondo Beach, CA 71576
528 Waukesha, WI 71158
529 Dothan, AL 71072
530 Johnson City, TN 71046
531 Wilmington, DE 70898
532 Canton, OH 70872
533 Lafayette, IN 70783
534 Camarillo, CA 70741
535 Greenville, SC 70720
536 Marysville, WA 70714
537 Waterford, MI 70565
538 Passaic, NJ 70537
539 Decatur, IL 70522
540 St Charles, MO 70493
541 Lake Elsinore, CA 70265
542 Maple Grove, MN 70253
543 Blaine, MN 70222
544 Union City, CA 70143
545 Walnut Creek, CA 70127
546 Yuba City, CA 70117
547 North Richland Hills, TX 69917
548 Rogers, AR 69908
549 Eastvale, CA 69757
550 Gaithersburg, MD 69657
551 Albany, GA 69647
552 East Orange, NJ 69612
553 Noblesville, IN 69604
554 Lakeville, MN 69490
555 Eau Claire, WI 69421
556 Gary, IN 69093
557 St Cloud, MN 68881
558 Tulare, CA 68875
559 Eagan, MN 68855
560 West Des Moines, IA 68723
561 Union City, NJ 68589
562 Palo Alto, CA 68572
563 Portland, ME 68408
564 Franklin, NJ 68364
565 Yorba Linda, CA 68336
566 Jackson, TN 68205
567 Weston, FL 68107
568 Palatine, IL 67908
569 Ankeny, IA 67887
570 Skokie, IL 67824
571 Haverhill, MA 67787
572 San Marcos, TX 67553
573 Sammamish, WA 67455
574 Waterloo, IA 67314
575 Shawnee, KS 67311
576 Lynwood, CA 67265
577 Georgetown, TX 67176
578 Rockville, MD 67117
579 Middletown, NJ 67106
580 Schenectady, NY 67047
581 Old Bridge, NJ 66876
582 Davis, CA 66850
583 Delray Beach, FL 66846
584 Oshkosh, WI 66816
585 Kenner, LA 66448
586 Ames, IA 66427
587 Lodi, CA 66348
588 Malden, MA 66263
589 Novi, MI 66243
590 Madera, CA 66224
591 South San Francisco, CA 66105
592 Gloucester, NJ 66034
593 West Bloomfield, MI 65888
594 Alpharetta, GA 65818
595 Janesville, WI 65615
596 Grand Junction, CO 65560
597 Victoria, TX 65534
598 Utica, NY 65283
599 Waltham, MA 65218
600 Lorain, OH 65211
601 Muncie, IN 65194
602 Pflugerville, TX 65191
603 Cheyenne, WY 65132
604 Idaho Falls, ID 64818
605 North Little Rock, AR 64591
606 Laguna Niguel, CA 64355
607 Burnsville, MN 64317
608 San Clemente, CA 64293
609 Brentwood, CA 64292
610 Eden Prairie, MN 64198
611 Bellevue, NE 64176
612 Conway, AR 64134
613 West Hartford, CT 64083
614 Greenwood, IN 63830
615 Lakewood, WA 63612
616 Coon Rapids, MN 63599
617 Ocala, FL 63591
618 Greenwich, CT 63518
619 Taylor, MI 63409
620 Hamilton, OH 63399
621 Millcreek, UT 63380
622 North Bergen, NJ 63361
623 Dearborn Heights, MI 63292
624 Brookline, MA 63191
625 La Habra, CA 63097
626 Santa Cruz, CA 62956
627 Council Bluffs, IA 62799
628 Moore, OK 62793
629 Bossier City, LA 62701
630 Montebello, CA 62640
631 Porterville, CA 62623
632 Port Orange, FL 62596
633 Rowlett, TX 62535
634 Commerce City, CO 62418
635 Revere, MA 62186
636 Pico Rivera, CA 62088
637 Encinitas, CA 62007
638 Chapel Hill, NC 61960
639 Springfield, OR 61851
640 Hendersonville, TN 61753
641 Wellington, FL 61637
642 Pontiac, MI 61606
643 Fairfield, CT 61512
644 Huntersville, NC 61376
645 San Rafael, CA 61271
646 Plymouth, MA 61217
647 Irvington, NJ 61176
648 Hamden, CT 61169
649 La Mesa, CA 61121
650 Monterey Park, CA 61096
651 Sanford, FL 61051
652 Jupiter, FL 61047
653 Woodland, CA 61032
654 Euless, TX 61032
655 Gardena, CA 61027
656 Marietta, GA 60972
657 Meriden, CT 60850
658 Bristol, CT 60833
659 Piscataway, NJ 60804
660 Vineland, NJ 60780
661 Des Plaines, IL 60675
662 Richland, WA 60560
663 Taylorsville, UT 60448
664 Great Falls, MT 60442
665 Hoboken, NJ 60419
666 Cupertino, CA 60381
667 West Allis, WI 60325
668 North Miami, FL 60191
669 Owensboro, KY 60183
670 Youngstown, OH 60068
671 Santee, CA 60037
672 Caldwell, ID 59996
673 Corvallis, OR 59922
674 Petaluma, CA 59776
675 Union, NJ 59728
676 Manchester, CT 59713
677 Dubuque, IA 59667
678 Medford, MA 59659
679 Kokomo, IN 59604
680 White Plains, NY 59559
681 Gilroy, CA 59520
682 Queen Creek, AZ 59519
683 Taunton, MA 59408
684 Leander, TX 59202
685 Stonecrest, GA 59194
686 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 59182
687 Hempstead, NY 59169
688 Grand Forks, ND 59166
689 Casper, WY 59038
690 St Cloud, FL 58964
691 St Clair Shores, MI 58874
692 Apex, NC 58780
693 Margate, FL 58712
694 Orland Park, IL 58703
695 Springfield, OH 58662
696 Carson City, NV 58639
697 Shoreline, WA 58608
698 Blue Springs, MO 58603
699 Jackson, NJ 58544
700 Parker, CO 58512
701 Midwest City, OK 58409
702 Terre Haute, IN 58389
703 Oak Lawn, IL 58362
704 Bowie, MD 58329
705 Royal Oak, MI 58211
706 Maricopa, AZ 58125
707 Lancaster, PA 58039
708 Hanford, CA 57990
709 Decatur, AL 57938
710 Kettering, OH 57862
711 Coconut Creek, FL 57833
712 Bartlett, TN 57786
713 St Peters, MO 57732
714 Wylie, TX 57526
715 Weymouth, MA 57437
716 Lenexa, KS 57434
717 Burlington, NC 57303
718 Berwyn, IL 57250
719 Lake Havasu City, AZ 57144
720 Fountain Valley, CA 57047
721 Highland, CA 56999
722 Madison, AL 56933
723 Mount Prospect, IL 56852
724 Arcadia, CA 56681
725 Albany, OR 56472
726 Apple Valley, MN 56374
727 Pocatello, ID 56320
728 National City, CA 56173
729 Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ 56162
730 DeSoto, TX 56145
731 Port Arthur, TX 56039
732 Tinley Park, IL 55971
733 Bradenton, FL 55698
734 Ypsilanti, MI 55670
735 Smyrna, GA 55663
736 Olympia, WA 55605
737 West Haven, CT 55584
738 Chicopee, MA 55560
739 Kingsport, TN 55442
740 Perth Amboy, NJ 55436
741 Valdosta, GA 55378
742 New Brunswick, NJ 55266
743 Brookhaven, GA 55161
744 Herriman, UT 55144
745 Diamond Bar, CA 55072
746 Huntington Park, CA 54883
747 Apopka, FL 54873
748 Sarasota, FL 54842
749 Wayne, NJ 54838
750 Anderson, IN 54788
751 Southaven, MS 54648
752 Coeur dAlene, ID 54628
753 Plainfield, NJ 54586
754 Oak Park, IL 54583
755 Yucaipa, CA 54542
756 Tigard, OR 54539
757 Peabody, MA 54481
758 Rocky Mount, NC 54341
759 Pensacola, FL 54312
760 Kentwood, MI 54304
761 Bentonville, AR 54164
762 Manhattan, KS 54100
763 Georgetown, MI 54091
764 Wheaton, IL 53970
765 Elkhart, IN 53923
766 West Sacramento, CA 53915
767 Colton, CA 53909
768 San Jacinto, CA 53898
769 Minnetonka, MN 53781
770 Paramount, CA 53733
771 Galveston, TX 53695
772 Casa Grande, AZ 53658
773 Bonita Springs, FL 53644
774 Howell, NJ 53537
775 Lacey, WA 53526
776 Edina, MN 53494
777 Bozeman, MT 53293
778 Novato, CA 53225
779 Grand Island, NE 53131
780 Kannapolis, NC 53114
781 Bloomfield, NJ 53105
782 Pinellas Park, FL 53093
783 Smyrna, TN 53070
784 Methuen, MA 53059
785 Beaumont, CA 53036
786 West New York, NJ 52912
787 Logan, UT 52778
788 Normal, IL 52736
789 Battle Creek, MI 52721
790 La Crosse, WI 52680
791 Elyria, OH 52656
792 Watsonville, CA 52590
793 Glendora, CA 52558
794 Florissant, MO 52533
795 Hoffman Estates, IL 52530
796 Stratford, CT 52355
797 Aliso Viejo, CA 52176
798 Burien, WA 52066
799 Marana, AZ 51908
800 Texas City, TX 51898
801 Placentia, CA 51824
802 Harrisonburg, VA 51814
803 Twin Falls, ID 51807
804 Joplin, MO 51762
805 Dunwoody, GA 51683
806 Cathedral City, CA 51493
807 Delano, CA 51428
808 Troy, NY 51401
809 Collierville, TN 51324
810 Enid, OK 51308
811 Covina, CA 51268
812 Rosemead, CA 51185
813 Palm Desert, CA 51163
814 Cuyahoga Falls, OH 51114
815 Mishawaka, IN 51063
816 East Hartford, CT 51045
817 Draper, UT 51017
818 Middletown, OH 50987
819 Lakewood, OH 50942
820 East Honolulu, HI 50922
821 Summerville, SC 50915
822 Murray, UT 50637
823 Grapevine, TX 50631
824 Milford, CT 50558
825 Columbus, IN 50474
826 Downers Grove, IL 50247
827 Mooresville, NC 50193
828 Cypress, CA 50151
829 Harrisburg, PA 50099
830 St Louis Park, MN 50010
831 Spring Hill, TN 50005
832 Azusa, CA 50000
833 Chesterfield, MO 49999
834 Newark, OH 49934
835 Sheboygan, WI 49929
836 Bedford, TX 49928
837 Lincoln, CA 49757
838 East Brunswick, NJ 49715
839 Euclid, OH 49692
840 Cerritos, CA 49578
841 Redford, MI 49504
842 Biloxi, MS 49449
843 Jeffersonville, IN 49447
844 Lawrence, IN 49370
845 Dublin, OH 49328
846 Ceres, CA 49302
847 Coral Gables, FL 49248
848 Winter Haven, FL 49219
849 Cedar Hill, TX 49148
850 Everett, MA 49075
851 Barnstable, MA 48916
852 Portage, MI 48891
853 Charleston, WV 48864
854 West Orange, NJ 48843
855 Poway, CA 48841
856 Titusville, FL 48789
857 Hattiesburg, MS 48730
858 Glenview, IL 48705
859 Washington, NJ 48677
860 Niagara Falls, NY 48671
861 Monroe, NJ 48594
862 Roswell, NM 48422
863 Stillwater, OK 48394
864 Wauwatosa, WI 48387
865 Minot, ND 48377
866 Leesburg, VA 48250
867 Bothell, WA 48161
868 La Mirada, CA 48008
869 Binghamton, NY 47969
870 Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 47949
871 Wilson, NC 47851
872 Egg Harbor, NJ 47842
873 East Lansing, MI 47741
874 Middletown, CT 47717
875 Roseville, MI 47710
876 Monroe, LA 47702
877 Burleson, TX 47641
878 Wake Forest, NC 47601
879 Mansfield, OH 47534
880 Newark, CA 47529
881 Mentor, OH 47450
882 Cleveland, TN 47356
883 Brea, CA 47325
884 Fort Pierce, FL 47297
885 Ocoee, FL 47295
886 Rockwall, TX 47251
887 East Providence, RI 47139
888 Oro Valley, AZ 47070
889 San Luis Obispo, CA 47063
890 South Brunswick, NJ 47043
891 Winter Garden, FL 46964
892 Salina, KS 46889
893 Huntington, WV 46842
894 Evesham, NJ 46826
895 Prescott Valley, AZ 46785
896 Farmington, NM 46624
897 Charlottesville, VA 46553
898 Beavercreek, OH 46549
899 Strongsville, OH 46491
900 Attleboro, MA 46461
901 Little Elm, TX 46453
902 Westfield, IN 46410
903 Arlington, MA 46308
904 Altamonte Springs, FL 46231
905 Haltom City, TX 46073
906 Hackensack, NJ 46030
907 Bridgewater, NJ 45977
908 Goose Creek, SC 45946
909 Huntsville, TX 45941
910 Prescott, AZ 45827
911 Elmhurst, IL 45786
912 Keller, TX 45776
913 Bountiful, UT 45762
914 Kyle, TX 45697
915 Littleton, CO 45652
916 Urbandale, IA 45580
917 Los Banos, CA 45532
918 Morgan Hill, CA 45483
919 Cutler Bay, FL 45425
920 Brentwood, TN 45373
921 Sayreville, NJ 45345
922 Cleveland Heights, OH 45312
923 Sierra Vista, AZ 45308
924 Pearl City, HI 45295
925 Riverton, UT 45285
926 Alexandria, LA 45275
927 Manchester, NJ 45115
928 Fairfield, OH 44907
929 Blacksburg, VA 44826
930 York, PA 44800
931 North Lauderdale, FL 44794
932 Plainfield, IL 44762
933 Burlington, VT 44743
934 Fond du Lac, WI 44678
935 Mount Laurel, NJ 44633
936 West Lafayette, IN 44595
937 Palm Springs, CA 44575
938 The Colony, TX 44534
939 Moorhead, MN 44505
940 Mankato, MN 44488
941 Salem, MA 44480
942 Lombard, IL 44476
943 Freeport, NY 44472
944 Lompoc, CA 44444
945 Gallatin, TN 44431
946 Wallingford, CT 44396
947 Rohnert Park, CA 44390
948 Wentzville, MO 44372
949 Wilkes Barre, PA 44328
950 El Centro, CA 44322
951 Bloomfield, MI 44253
952 Oakland Park, FL 44229
953 Saginaw, MI 44202
954 Hilo, HI 44186
955 Greenacres, FL 43990
956 Concord, NH 43976
957 Altoona, PA 43963
958 Campbell, CA 43959
959 Pittsfield, MA 43927
960 Meridian, MI 43916
961 San Bruno, CA 43908
962 North Brunswick, NJ 43905
963 Leominster, MA 43782
964 Berkeley, NJ 43754
965 Linden, NJ 43738
966 Shakopee, MN 43698
967 North Miami Beach, FL 43676
968 Sherman, TX 43645
969 Eagle Mountain, UT 43623
970 Danville, CA 43582
971 Hagerstown, MD 43527
972 Bremerton, WA 43505
973 Southington, CT 43501
974 Hickory, NC 43490
975 Waipahu, HI 43485
976 Sumter, SC 43463
977 Huber Heights, OH 43439
978 Oakley, CA 43357
979 Hillsborough, NJ 43276
980 Woonsocket, RI 43240
981 Jefferson City, MO 43228
982 Buffalo Grove, IL 43212
983 Ormond Beach, FL 43080
984 Commerce, MI 43058
985 Clermont, FL 43021
986 Moline, IL 42985
987 Coppell, TX 42983
988 Puyallup, WA 42973
989 Edmonds, WA 42853
990 Manassas, VA 42772
991 Beverly, MA 42670
992 Spanish Fork, UT 42602
993 Danville, VA 42590
994 Newnan, GA 42549
995 Midland, MI 42547
996 Belleville, IL 42404
997 Gainesville, GA 42296
998 Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 42287
999 Peachtree Corners, GA 42243
1000 Lake Worth Beach, FL 42219
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