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Water begun receding in occupied Nova Kakhovka, coffins float in Korsunka

2023.06.09 22:42 autotldr Water begun receding in occupied Nova Kakhovka, coffins float in Korsunka

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In occupied Nova Kakhovka, the water level began to fall after the flooding caused by the destruction of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant dam, all the while the city remains without electricity.
Quote from Kovalenko: "As for Nova Kakhovka, the water is receding, it now remains only in the park area, in the lower part of the city, that were flooded in the first few hours, and where the biggest wave was, with the water reaching up to six metres: in the area of the Kazkova Dibrova. This part is still flooded, but there is no housing stock."
Details: Kovalenko also noted that the Russian military personnel remains in Nova Kakhovka.
"It is situated in a much lower area. I just spoke with a resident of Korsunka: no one informed the residents that there was flooding. Evacuation was not organised at all, and the water level in this village reached three metres. Today, some of the flooded houses collapsed, they were made of clay. The gymnasium was flooded, the monastery, the library, the club, and the cemetery was washed out. I don't want to believe it, but this woman says: 'I saw dead people and coffins floating around the city'," said the mayor of Nova Kakhovka.
Water from the reservoir has begun to flood towns and villages, and evacuations of local residents from dangerous areas have begun.
After the explosion of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant, the Kazkova Dibrova Zoo in Nova Kakhovka, where about 300 animals lived, was flooded.
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2023.06.09 17:05 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 06/09/23

Last updated: 06/09/23 11:05:05 EST


Note Description
Italics Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.
Strikethrough Pitched back to back days.
Bold Recent transaction.
L3:## Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.
*** SP first start.
** SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.
* SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.


ARI @DET Merrill Kelly Miguel Castro, Andrew ChafinL3:19 Scott McGoughL3:17 Austin AdamsL3:9, Kyle NelsonL3:15, José RuizL3:22, Kevin GinkelL3:10 Drey Jameson
ATL WSN AJ Smith-Shawver*** Raisel IglesiasL3:26 Nick AndersonL3:8 A.J. MinterL3:29 Jesse ChavezL3:41, Collin McHughL3:16, Joe JiménezL3:29, Kirby YatesL3:28 Michael TonkinL3:33
BAL KCR Tyler Wells Félix BautistaL3:32 Yennier CanoL3:31 Bryan BakerL3:12 Danny CoulombeL3:22, Mike BaumannL3:17, Cionel Pérez, Keegan AkinL3:18, Austin VothL3:21 Bruce ZimmermannL3:61
BOS @NYY Garrett Whitlock Kenley JansenL3:13 Chris MartinL3:25 Josh Winckowski Justin GarzaL3:15, Brennan BernardinoL3:7, Nick Pivetta Corey KluberL3:73
CHC @SFG Marcus Stroman Mark Leiter Jr.L3:22, Adbert AlzolayL3:13 Michael FulmerL3:23 Julian MerryweatherL3:48 Brandon HughesL3:15, Michael RuckerL3:37, Jeremiah EstradaL3:23 Javier Assad
CHW MIA Dylan Cease Liam HendriksL3:14, Kendall GravemanL3:40 Joe KellyL3:46 Reynaldo LópezL3:19 Keynan Middleton, Aaron BummerL3:22, Gregory SantosL3:7 Garrett CrochetL3:15
CIN @STL Ben Lively Alexis DíazL3:11 Lucas SimsL3:9 Buck FarmerL3:16 Ian GibautL3:49, Alex YoungL3:46, Fernando CruzL3:41 Eduardo SalazarL3:53
CLE HOU Logan Allen Emmanuel ClaseL3:16 James KarinchakL3:19 Trevor StephanL3:13 Eli MorganL3:39, Sam HentgesL3:31, Enyel De Los SantosL3:32, Nick SandlinL3:14 Xzavion CurryL3:31
COL SDP Austin Gomber Justin LawrenceL3:31 Pierce JohnsonL3:46 Jake BirdL3:47 Brent SuterL3:9, Brad HandL3:33, Daniel BardL3:39, Matt CarasitiL3:26 Peter LambertL3:55
DET ARI Michael Lorenzen Alex LangeL3:22 Jason FoleyL3:16 Will VestL3:27 José CisneroL3:19, Chasen ShreveL3:23, Tyler HoltonL3:46, Mason Englert, Tyler AlexanderL3:45 Garrett Hill
HOU @CLE Cristian Javier Ryan Pressly Bryan AbreuL3:25 Hector NerisL3:23 Rafael MonteroL3:35, Phil MatonL3:42, Ryne Stanek, Seth Martinez Ronel BlancoL3:94
KCR @BAL Daniel Lynch* Scott Barlow Aroldis Chapman Taylor Clarke Carlos Hernández, Jose CuasL3:21, Nick WittgrenL3:15, Austin Cox, Jackson KowarL3:44 Mike Mayers
LAA SEA Shohei Ohtani Carlos EstévezL3:29 Chris DevenskiL3:35 Jacob WebbL3:15 Ben JoyceL3:27, Aaron LoupL3:8, Sam BachmanL3:26, José SorianoL3:26 Tucker Davidson
LAD @PHI Michael Grove* Evan PhillipsL3:22, Brusdar GraterolL3:34, Caleb FergusonL3:30 Yency AlmonteL3:33, Shelby MillerL3:2, Victor González, Alex VesiaL3:17, Nick RobertsonL3:22 Tayler ScottL3:28
MIA @CHW Eury Pérez* A.J. PukL3:14 Dylan Floro Tanner ScottL3:20 Huascar Brazoban, Steven OkertL3:16, JT Chargois, Andrew NardiL3:14 Bryan HoeingL3:24
MIL OAK Adrian Houser Devin WilliamsL3:11 Peter StrzeleckiL3:37 Joel PayampsL3:32 Hoby Milner, Elvis PegueroL3:23, Trevor MegillL3:17, Bennett SousaL3:25, Jake Cousins Bryse WilsonL3:20
MIN @TOR Sonny Gray Jhoan DuranL3:2 Brock StewartL3:13 Jorge López Caleb Thielbar, Emilio PagánL3:20, Jovani Moran, Griffin JaxL3:10 José De LeónL3:26
NYM @PIT Tylor Megill* David RobertsonL3:33, Adam OttavinoL3:34 Brooks RaleyL3:34 Drew SmithL3:36, Jeff BrighamL3:31, Dominic LeoneL3:14, Tommy HunterL3:15, Stephen NogosekL3:30 Josh Walker
NYY BOS Gerrit Cole Clay HolmesL3:16, Michael KingL3:26, Wandy PeraltaL3:1 Ron MarinaccioL3:31, Albert AbreuL3:12, Tommy KahnleL3:27, Jimmy CorderoL3:32, Nick Ramirez Matt Krook
OAK @MIL Sam Moll*** Trevor MayL3:17 Shintaro Fujinami Sam Moll Richard LoveladyL3:3, Lucas ErcegL3:11, Austin Pruitt, Sam LongL3:26 Ken WaldichukL3:54
PHI LAD Ranger Suárez Craig KimbrelL3:46 Seranthony DomínguezL3:23 Matt Strahm Gregory Soto, Connor Brogdon, Jeff Hoffman, Andrew Vasquez, Yunior Marte Dylan Covey
PIT NYM Rich Hill David Bednar Colin Holderman Dauri MoretaL3:17 Jose HernandezL3:11, Yohan RamirezL3:7, Angel PerdomoL3:13, Chase De JongL3:53 Rob ZastryznyL3:32
SDP @COL Yu Darvish Josh HaderL3:19 Nick Martinez Steven WilsonL3:13 Tim HillL3:10, Tom CosgroveL3:23, Brent HoneywellL3:22, Domingo TapiaL3:13 Drew CarltonL3:26
SEA @LAA Luis Castillo Paul SewaldL3:22 Andrés MuñozL3:16 Justin Topa Matt BrashL3:19, Gabe Speier, Tayler SaucedoL3:15, Matt FestaL3:16 Chris FlexenL3:32
SFG CHC Anthony DeSclafani Camilo DovalL3:24 Tyler RogersL3:29 John BrebbiaL3:26 Taylor RogersL3:34, Scott AlexanderL3:18, Ryan WalkerL3:15, Luke JacksonL3:21, Jakob Junis, Tristan BeckL3:11 Sean ManaeaL3:83
STL CIN Jordan Montgomery Ryan HelsleyL3:11, Giovanny GallegosL3:11 Jordan HicksL3:16 Andre Pallante Génesis Cabrera, Drew VerHagenL3:22, Chris StrattonL3:29 Steven MatzL3:19
TBR TEX Tyler Glasnow* Jason AdamL3:38 Colin PocheL3:25 Robert StephensonL3:13 Jake DiekmanL3:33, Kevin KellyL3:13, Jalen BeeksL3:23, Shawn ArmstrongL3:24 Luis Patiño
TEX @TBR Andrew Heaney Will SmithL3:15 Josh SborzL3:25 Grant Anderson Brock Burke, José Leclerc, Cole RagansL3:10, John King Spencer Howard
TOR MIN Yusei Kikuchi Jordan RomanoL3:19 Erik SwansonL3:30 Nate Pearson Tim Mayza, Trevor RichardsL3:13, Adam Cimber, Yimi GarcíaL3:15, Anthony Bass Bowden Francis
WSN @ATL Josiah Gray Kyle Finnegan, Hunter Harvey Carl Edwards Jr.L3:13 Mason ThompsonL3:10, Chad KuhlL3:54, Jordan WeemsL3:16, Cory Abbott Thaddeus WardL3:29


Date Team Player Category Description
6/9 PHI José Alvarado INJURIES Will be activated from 15-Day IL
6/8 CHW Tanner Banks PROMOTION Recalled from minors (27th man)
6/8 ATL Michael Tonkin INJURIES Activated from 15-Day IL
6/8 LAD Tayler Scott PROMOTION Recalled from minors
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2023.06.09 13:26 sawaflyingsaucer Just some books for the new people here

I realize there is a large amount of people here that weren't very deep into the subject before the recent whistleblower. So I thought I'd pull some titles from my library to give you a good starting point on where to research. A lot of these are written by some of the most credible names in UFOlogy and a few are almost pre-requisites to really get an understanding of what's going on.
There's a start point. This is a very broad topic.
If you want a start point to the start point, I'd recommend probably; "UFOs and Government A Historical Inquiry" or "In Plain Sight by Ross Coulthart" "The Flying Saucers are Real - Donald Keyhoe".
Those will cover the big cases, witnesses, government involvement, ect and are easy reads about basic "nuts and bolts" UFO's (except maybe Jacques Vallee). The phenomenon gets MUCH stranger than just metal disks in the sky.
There are plenty I left out, if someone has more suggestions feel free to add on.
Edit - I hope this is allowed, if not please just warn me mods... I've uploaded these to google drive in PDF form. Some of them are pictures taken of the pages rather than just text, so the sizes are large. I am currently uploading another large chunk from my library, almost 40 more books; which cover most areas of the phenomenon and adjacent topics. Books on supposed crash retrievals, Men in black, crypto-terrestrials, and out more into the "woo" like remote viewing, the "trickster" element, or how consciousness plays a role. Things of that nature. Some of which may admittedly vary in credibility and credulity, but all very interesting.
In order to not have it right in the open, just DM me if you would like access to these books, and once they are all up I'll send you a link where you can download any/all.
Also consider "Google Books" as a resource, I've found many titles just up for reading on there before.
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2023.06.09 13:03 FelicitySmoak_ On This Day In Michael Jackson HIStory - June 9th

On This Day In Michael Jackson HIStory - June 9th
1979 - The Jackson perform at the Capital Centre (closed-2002) in Landover, Maryland on their Destiny tour
1984 - Michael attends the unveiling of a wax statue of himself at The Guinness Museum of World Records at San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf


1991 - Michael is co-chairman of a presentation of the Nelson Mandela Award to Stevie Wonder
1992 - Michael Jackson's single "In The Closet" was certified Gold by the RIAA.
1995 - Michael Jackson's long-form home video Video Greatest Hits - History was released.

1999 - Michael is in Munich with Prince, Paris and Grace. He attends a press conference organized by Mama Concerts at the Olympic Stadium in Munich, Germany to speak about his upcoming 'Michael Jackson & Friends - The Adventure of Humanity concert. He came around noon and was greeted by more than 300 fans and 200 members of the media. Michael's Jackson Statement:
" As time goes by we tend more and more to forget about the terrible things that happen in the world and about the men, women and children who suffer when they do. The artists who will be performing at the concert want to show their solidarity with the victims of natural disaster and war. "


The concerts raised $3.3 million for charities - Red Cross, UNESCO & The Nelson Mandela Childrens Fund
2003 - Michael attends the National Cable Telecommunications Association conference in Chicago with Chris Tucker to support his brother Marlon and his channel MBC.

2005 - Jury Deliberations Day 5
Michael will have to wait at least another day before hearing the jury deliver a verdict in his trial. Jurors completed their deliberations early as some reportedly had to attend graduation ceremonies. This marked the end of the fifth day of deliberations with 22 hours being spent behind closed doors in the Santa Maria courthouse.

Long-time Jackson friend and civil rights activist, Rev. Jesse Jackson, told CNN that he spent an hour with Michael at a local hospital last night, where he was being treated for recurring back spasms and the Reverend described the singer as "kind of ebullient."
"I think the pain is subsiding," said Jesse Jackson, "[his] back is getting better."
He said Michael was in "good spirits" and optimistic about an acquittal.


For the small town of Santa Maria, nestled amidst hills and strawberry farms in the vast state of California, the Jackson trial has been both a blessing and a bother. The trial of the world’s most famous man has brought unprecedented media attention to the community along with thousands of media personnel and hordes of Jackson’ supporters.

Despite the traffic jams, battles for parking and the inconvenience caused by the constantly moving throng of Jackson’ fans, the 88,000 Santa Maria residents do have reason to rejoice. The trial has credited the city with almost $ 215,000 from hotel bed taxes, rental offices and parking spaces.
For Carmen Jenkins the reward may even be a new BMW. Jenkins, who foresaw the potential for her little coffee shop, expanded her store and menu, making Coffee Diem a hit with the media personnel flocked outside the courthouse.

The 46 year old spoke enthusiastically about the influx of visitors: “ "It's like having a party and inviting someone from every part of the world. It brought so much fresh new air to the city."
But for some the end of the trial will be welcomed. Kathleen DeVoe, 50, said mayhem broke out at the dental office she worked at when Jackson was admitted in February at the nearby Marian Medical Centre for treatment of flu symptoms. She said "the media were extremely rude," nabbing all the spaces in a private parking lot.



Others were more diplomatic. "We're not going to live or die on what happens to him," said Robert Hatch, chief executive officer of the Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce. "But we'll make people feel welcome, so next time they'll come back. For the most part we've done that."



The longer the trial continues the more cash the city brings in. Although the increased funds are meager in comparison to its $41.6 million annual budget, the town hopes to use the money for it's public libraries and maintenance of streets.

2009 - Michael is seen leaving a medical facility with his children, Prince & Paris. Reporters & fans swarm his car. One asks:
"Michael, can you still moonwalk?'
To which he replies:
"Why wouldn't I be able to?"

He also attends rehearsal, songs include "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'"
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2023.06.08 15:12 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 06/08/23

Last updated: 06/08/23 12:18:53 EST


Note Description
Italics Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.
Strikethrough Pitched back to back days.
Bold Recent transaction.
L3:## Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.
*** SP first start.
** SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.
* SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.


ARI @WSN Merrill Kelly Miguel Castro, Andrew ChafinL3:19 Scott McGoughL3:17 Austin AdamsL3:9, Kyle NelsonL3:15, José RuizL3:22, Kevin GinkelL3:10 Drey Jameson
ATL NYM Spencer Strider Raisel IglesiasL3:17 Nick AndersonL3:8 A.J. MinterL3:29 Jesse ChavezL3:16, Collin McHughL3:16, Joe Jiménez, Kirby YatesL3:28 Michael Tonkin
BAL @MIL Kyle Bradish Félix BautistaL3:11 Yennier CanoL3:25 Bryan Baker Danny CoulombeL3:22, Mike BaumannL3:17, Cionel Pérez, Keegan Akin, Austin VothL3:21 Bruce ZimmermannL3:61
BOS @CLE Matt Dermody*** Kenley JansenL3:13 Chris MartinL3:25 Josh Winckowski Justin GarzaL3:15, Brennan BernardinoL3:23, Nick PivettaL3:31, Corey Kluber Chris MurphyL3:54
CHC @LAA Drew Smyly Mark Leiter Jr.L3:22, Adbert Alzolay Michael FulmerL3:23 Julian MerryweatherL3:15 Brandon HughesL3:15, Michael RuckerL3:37, Jeremiah EstradaL3:23 Javier AssadL3:38
CHW @NYY (2) Lance Lynn, Mike Clevinger* Liam HendriksL3:14 Kendall GravemanL3:22 Joe KellyL3:28 Reynaldo López, Keynan Middleton, Aaron Bummer, Gregory Santos Garrett Crochet
CIN LAD Graham Ashcraft Alexis DíazL3:23 Lucas SimsL3:16 Buck FarmerL3:30 Ian GibautL3:14, Alex YoungL3:31, Fernando CruzL3:15 Eduardo SalazarL3:16
CLE BOS Aaron Civale Emmanuel ClaseL3:16 James KarinchakL3:10 Trevor StephanL3:13 Eli MorganL3:39, Sam HentgesL3:31, Enyel De Los SantosL3:17, Nick SandlinL3:14 Xzavion Curry
COL SFG Chase Anderson* Justin LawrenceL3:31 Pierce JohnsonL3:16 Jake BirdL3:36 Brent SuterL3:9, Brad HandL3:33, Daniel BardL3:35, Matt Carasiti Peter LambertL3:55
DET @PHI Tyler Holton*** Alex Lange Jason Foley Will VestL3:27 José CisneroL3:19, Chasen ShreveL3:14, Tyler HoltonL3:33, Mason EnglertL3:52, Tyler AlexanderL3:45 Garrett Hill
HOU @TOR Framber Valdez Ryan Pressly Bryan AbreuL3:11 Hector NerisL3:23 Rafael MonteroL3:20, Phil MatonL3:15, Ryne StanekL3:20 Seth MartinezL3:21
KCR Scott Barlow Aroldis Chapman Taylor Clarke Carlos HernándezL3:23, Jose CuasL3:21, Nick WittgrenL3:33, Austin Cox, Jackson KowarL3:44 Mike MayersL3:75
LAA CHC Reid Detmers Carlos EstévezL3:15 Chris DevenskiL3:19 Jacob WebbL3:15 Ben JoyceL3:27, Aaron LoupL3:8, Sam BachmanL3:26, José SorianoL3:13 Tucker Davidson
LAD @CIN Clayton Kershaw Evan PhillipsL3:22, Brusdar GraterolL3:34, Caleb FergusonL3:30 Yency AlmonteL3:33, Shelby MillerL3:2, Victor González, Alex VesiaL3:17, Nick RobertsonL3:22 Tayler Scott
MIA A.J. PukL3:14 Dylan FloroL3:3 Tanner ScottL3:20 Huascar BrazobanL3:26, Steven OkertL3:27, JT ChargoisL3:14, Andrew NardiL3:33 Bryan HoeingL3:24
MIL BAL Colin Rea* Devin WilliamsL3:11 Peter StrzeleckiL3:16 Joel PayampsL3:18 Hoby MilnerL3:7, Elvis PegueroL3:15, Trevor MegillL3:28, Bennett SousaL3:25, Jake Cousins Bryse Wilson
MIN @TBR Bailey Ober Jhoan DuranL3:2 Brock StewartL3:13 Jorge López Caleb Thielbar, Emilio PagánL3:20, Jovani Moran, Griffin Jax José De León
NYM @ATL Justin Verlander David Robertson, Adam OttavinoL3:34 Brooks RaleyL3:17 Drew SmithL3:25, Jeff BrighamL3:14, Dominic LeoneL3:14, Tommy Hunter, Stephen Nogosek Josh Walker
NYY CHW (2) Luis Severino, Randy Vásquez** Clay Holmes, Michael King, Wandy Peralta Ron Marinaccio, Albert AbreuL3:12, Tommy KahnleL3:14, Jimmy CorderoL3:17 Nick Ramirez
OAK Trevor MayL3:17 Shintaro FujinamiL3:30 Sam MollL3:16 Richard LoveladyL3:17, Lucas ErcegL3:21, Austin Pruitt, Sam LongL3:26 Ken WaldichukL3:54
PHI DET Zack Wheeler Craig KimbrelL3:12 Seranthony DomínguezL3:41 Matt Strahm Gregory Soto, Connor Brogdon, Jeff Hoffman, Andrew VasquezL3:19, Yunior Marte Dylan Covey
PIT David Bednar Colin HoldermanL3:14 Dauri MoretaL3:17 Jose HernandezL3:11, Yohan RamirezL3:7, Angel PerdomoL3:29, Chase De JongL3:53 Rob ZastryznyL3:53
SDP Josh HaderL3:19 Nick MartinezL3:15 Steven WilsonL3:30 Tim HillL3:23, Tom CosgroveL3:23, Brent HoneywellL3:22, Domingo TapiaL3:13 Drew CarltonL3:26
SEA Paul SewaldL3:22 Andrés MuñozL3:16 Justin Topa Matt BrashL3:19, Gabe Speier, Tayler SaucedoL3:15, Matt FestaL3:16 Chris FlexenL3:32
SFG @COL Alex Cobb Camilo DovalL3:12 Tyler RogersL3:15 John BrebbiaL3:26 Taylor RogersL3:21, Scott AlexanderL3:11, Ryan WalkerL3:15, Luke JacksonL3:21, Jakob Junis, Tristan BeckL3:11 Sean ManaeaL3:83
STL Ryan HelsleyL3:24, Giovanny GallegosL3:11 Jordan HicksL3:16 Andre PallanteL3:19 Génesis CabreraL3:15, Drew VerHagenL3:23, Chris StrattonL3:29 Steven MatzL3:19
TBR MIN Yonny Chirinos* Jason AdamL3:37, Colin PocheL3:29, Kevin KellyL3:13, Jalen BeeksL3:23 Robert StephensonL3:13, Jake DiekmanL3:15, Shawn ArmstrongL3:24 Luis Patiño
TEX Will SmithL3:34 Josh SborzL3:25 Grant AndersonL3:17 Brock Burke, José Leclerc, Cole RagansL3:10, John King Spencer Howard
TOR HOU José Berríos Jordan RomanoL3:12 Erik SwansonL3:15 Nate Pearson Tim MayzaL3:27, Trevor RichardsL3:38, Adam CimberL3:22, Yimi GarcíaL3:16, Anthony BassL3:28 Bowden Francis
WSN ARI Josiah Gray Kyle Finnegan, Hunter Harvey Carl Edwards Jr.L3:13 Mason ThompsonL3:10, Chad KuhlL3:54, Jordan WeemsL3:16, Cory Abbott Thaddeus WardL3:29


Date Team Player Category Description
6/8 CHW Tanner Banks PROMOTION Will be recalled from minors
6/8 ATL Michael Tonkin INJURIES Activated from 15-Day IL
6/8 LAD Tayler Scott PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/7 KCR Austin Cox PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/7 CHC Michael Rucker PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/7 WSN Cory Abbott PROMOTION Recalled from minors
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2023.06.08 06:23 whirlpool4 Events for Fri 6/9 - Sun 6/11

** Fri 6/9 *\*
Fri 4 - 7:30 PM Food Truck Friday Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce, 4201 Crestview Dr. SE, Rio Rancho We welcome attendees of all ages to gather together and enjoy great food and music
Fri 5 - 7 PM Exhibit Opening: Colors That Speak Words Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 2401 12th St. NW Join us in celebration of the visual arts, poetry, and calligraphy. "Colors That Speak Words" is a collaborative installation between two writers and two visual artists with words, poetry, and visual arts and speaks to how this combination of mediums can be done in a cyclical way. The artists, Dr. Anthony Fleg, Mallery Quetawki (Zuni), Blythe Mariano (Diné), and Chilán Mustain, worked together to create an installation in motion, and the vision they bring to this space is from a contemporary perspective on how Native art is presented. This is an innovative view for visitors to see that Native art is changing and adjusting to the times. The artists will be present at the exhibit opening to read poetry and talk about this installation. Admission is free; please enter through South Entrance. Light refreshments will be served. This exhibit will be on display through October 15
Fri 5 - 10 PM Car Show & Concert! EXPO NM Home of the New Mexico State Fair, 300 San Pedro Dr. NE Friday night fever Vol 2! CAR SHOW & AWARDs, RAP CONCERT, VENDORS, FOOD TRUCKS, GAMES, ROCK CLIMBING WALL. All Makes and Models welcome. FREE GENERAL ADMISSION. $7 Parking, $10 Car Show judging and awards (only if you want to register and compete) Event brought to you by Expo NM and Desert Sun Event Productions. Car show brought to you by Sins events and NM Lowrider Arte
Fri 6 PM Rugby is a Drag (Show)! Sidewinders Bar and Grill, 4200 Central Ave SE Get out your dancing cleats and trade in that eye black for eye liner! The very popular Rugby is a Drag (show!) and fundraiser, normally held earlier in the year, has moved to June 9th and Pride weekend in 2023! This year's event will be hosted by Miss Sidewinders 2023 Seliah Deleon and Le Femme Magnifique 2017 and fellow rugger SCRUMtious Cox! This year's show is returning to Sidewinders and, as in year's past, will benefit our friends at Casa Q, which provides safe living for LGBTQ+ youth through housing, services and advocacy. This year's event will also feature participation from members of Elevated Roller Derby, NM United and more! (tickets)
Fri 7 PM Movies in the Park - Puss in Boots: The Last Wish Athena Park, 778 Athena Ave, Bernalillo MOVIES IN THE PARK is back this SUMMER! We will feature a different movie at our local parks every FRIDAY night in June. Movies will begin at sundown and we will serve popcorn for free! Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and beverages. All movies are FREE! In the case of inclement weather, movies will be cancelled
Fri 8 PM - 12 AM Pride Dance Party 505 Spirits, 105 Harvard Dr. SE DANCE WITH US TO CELEBRATE PRIDE UNDER THE STARS @ PRIDE ON THE PATIO! DJ Baby D & DJ Rebel (Rori the Rebel) will drop your favorite hits - Get your dance on and show of your Pride with your best Pride outfit &/or Pride colors! Try our special cocktail: Prickly Pear Pride Punch, plus other great drinks and delicious food! Come early for dinner before you dance, daNCE, DANCE!!! Delicious Value Menu Items: $2.95 - NEW Sliders! (beef & veg) $1.95 - local blue corn dog pops (minis) $5.95 waffle fries & full sized blue corn dogs (veg or beef) Plus our flaky meat & veg hand pies, chunky chicken salad, mushroom pate & more! 21 & over Free Entry!
Fri 9 PM Albuquerque Pride Afterparty Historic Lobo Theater, 3013 Central Ave NE Starring Headliner: Malaysia Babydoll Foxx, DJ: Justin Cristofer, HOST: Vanessa Patricks, MEET THE QUEENS! Avery Martini, Imani Martini, Nova Martini, Kardio Karbdashian, Divyne Intervention. Private Early Entrance Meet N Greet begins at 8:15 p.m. entrance with Meet N Greet starting 8:30 p.m. Champagne Provided (tickets)
Fri 9 PM Fierce Pride: Kandy Muse Effex, 420 Central Ave SW Special guest from RPDR All Stars S13 and AS8, LA, CA, Meet and Greet 10:30 PM, doors 9p, show 11:30p Lounge: DJ Chris de Jesus Patio: DJ Aquattro Side Effex: DJ Mitch
Fri 9:30 PM Salsa under the Stars After Party JUNO, 1501 1st St. NW DJ Pedro, one of Albuquerque’s most loved DJ’s (DJ Pedro, DJ Tony, SoloVino, DJ Louie, DJ Darly + Eli Mix) mixing your favorite dance mix of Salsa, Bachata, Merengue and more! This is one of Albuquerque’s favorite after party summer outdoor events and will begin June 9th following the opening of Son Como Son kicking off the Salsa under the Stars at the Albuquerque Museum followed by the after party at Juno. Free entry to Juno with your stamp from the museum
Fri 10:30 PM Twilight Zone: The Movie - 40th Anniversary Screening! One Night Only! The Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave NE Check out the trailer. Dir. Joe Dante, Steven Spielberg, John Landis & George Miller - 1983 - 102m - NO MATINEES. DOOR PRIZES COURTESY OF BUBONICON 54! Based on the popular television series, this film is a collection of four frightening tales of the supernatural, each by a different director--Joe Dante, Steven Spielberg, John Landis, and George Miller! The film opens with Dan Aykroyd and Albert Brooks as two hapless road-trippers who tell scary stories to pass the time. The four segments that follow include some updated re-creations of classic Twilight Zone episodes. In the first, racist Bill Connor (Vic Morrow) is transformed into a Jew in World War II. Next, Mr. Bloom (Scatman Crothers) comes to a retirement home to teach the residents that they are only as young as they feel. In the third, teacher Helen Foley (Kathleen Quinlan) meets Antony (Jeremy Licht), a boy who is not what he seems. In the final segment, panicky plane passenger John Valentine (John Lithgow) sees gremlins attacking his flight
** Sat 6/10 *\*
Sat 8 AM - 2 PM NMHRS Garage Sale 7903 Robin Ave NE Hosted by the New Mexico House Rabbit Society. All sales go into our vet fund so that we can continue to provide medical care to rabbits in need. This is a multi-family garage sale so there will be lots to browse through
Sat 8 AM - 10 PM All The Things: Craft Cocktail & Mixer Launch Tractor Brewing Company, 118 Tulane Dr. SE The next evolution in the craft cocktail experience is here and officially launch in Nob Hill for Pride! What is All The Things? Well, let me tell you. Imagine 100% fresh cold pressed juice, pure cane sugar, and Troubled Minds spirits all in one 1L bottle ready to pour over ice! That's right you can purchase these ready made bottle cocktails now at ANY of our locations! We have: Margarita with Tequila, Paloma with Tequila, Kentucky Mule with Bourbon, Ginger Lemonade with Vodka, Limeade with Vodka & Bloody Mary with Vodka! Grab you one to go for $16! We will be using mixers of these behind our bars so you can get a first hand taste! And offering non alcoholic lavender, ginger, and classic lemonades for you to sip on! These truly are All The Things in one bottle!
Sat 9 AM - 12 PM Family, Fit, Fun Fest Tiguex Park, 1800 Mountain Rd. NW Join us for the Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails 2nd annual Family, Fit, Fun Fest. Bring your whole family to this free, all-ages event to learn about keeping fit and healthy - mentally, physically, and emotionally. Learn new skills and discover ways to keep your mind and body healthy and active, as you visit interactive booths led by community partners. Booths will include hands-on activities like games, puzzles, and brain teasers, as well as interactive lessons in martial arts, dance, mindfulness, and more. Booths will also include information on youth classes, clubs, and teams, as well as opportunities to meet local healthcare providers and learn more about mental health, nutrition, eye care, and dental care for your whole family. Climb to the top of a rock wall, make your way through an obstacle course, try the football toss or the baseball toss, shoot a hockey puck, or score a goal at interactive stations around the event! Meet and take photos with local sports teams and/or mascots and stop by Menchie's Froyo Mobile for a sweet treat. Girl Scout Members can participate in a special event scavenger hunt when they pre-purchase the 2023 GSNMT Family, Fit, Fun Fest patch
Sat 10 AM SOCH PRIDE '23 Albuquerque Social Club, 4021 Central Ave NE Come show your PRIDE at the ONLY place to be SOCHial! We are taking over the parking lot for a FREE ALL AGES event. We have multile bands, musicians and perfromers ready to give a PRIDE you wont forget. Food Truck, Vendors, Face Painting, Car Show, Games, Country Dancing and many other fun events!
Sat 10 - 11 AM Yoga with Kelsi Poulin Marketplace mezzanine, 8600 Pan American Fwy NE Enjoy guided yoga, from local yoga instructor, Kelsi! This will be a fun flow for all levels of yoga practice. $10 per person
Sat 10 AM - 12 PM Play Day For A Cause Kiddie Academy of Paradise Hills, 4590 Paradise Blvd. NW Join us for Play Day for a Cause! This free event has great games and fun activities for your kids while supporting Family Promise, the leading national nonprofit addressing family homelessness. Family Promise started in 1986 as local outreach in a single community and now has more than 200 Affiliates in 43 states. Since their founding, volunteers have helped more than a million family members in need. With a focus on empowering families and children, Kiddie Academy Educational Child Care and Family Promise are working together to give every child what they deserve: a chance to succeed. The event is free and open to the public. Donations are appreciated, but not required to attend
Sat 10 AM - 4 PM Foundational Wellness Grand Opening Party Los Ranchos Bakery, 6920 4th St. NW, Los Ranchos Celebrate our grand opening event by stopping by the B Side of Los Ranchos Bakery! Herbal tea blends, door prizes, free raffle, information on classes and events, and more! Win a free reiki session, teas, discounts on classes, or discounts on nutritional therapy! I will be teaching numerous classes at the bakery this summer. Some topics: How to make Herbal Vinegar Tinctures (aceta), Hormone Health, Healthy Habits for Life, Improve Your Digestion, Prioritizing Meal Prep, Blood Sugar Regulation, and my RESTART Program! You don’t want to miss out! Some of these classes will be free! So come on down and get some coffee and goodies from the bakery, then visit me next door and see what we’ve been up to
Sat 10 AM - 5 PM Pride Day Celebration! Quirky Used Books and More, 120 Jefferson NE Book sales, vendor pop ups, food truck, art, music, and more!
Sat 10:30 AM - 12 PM Wellness Schedule Casa Rondeña Winery, 733 Chavez Rd. NW, Los Ranchos Open to people of all skill levels, Wellness + Wine is a one-hour, outdoor practice, followed by a glass of wine or Sangria, and an invitation to stay and relax on the grounds of the beautiful Casa Rondeña Winery. This experience is $25, and includes glass of wine. Discounts apply for winery members. Reservations are required to participate
Sat 11 AM - 4 PM Papa Bear Market Boxing Bear Brewing, 10200 Corrales Rd. NW We couldn’t forget about our PAPA BEARS! Dads deserve some love and appreciation too! Spend the day celebrating Papa at our taproom. As always this FREE event will include local vendors, food trucks, photo booth, live music, paint your own pint, and, of course, BEER! (click link for full list of vendors)
Sat 11 AM - 5 PM June Used Book Sale Main Library, 501 Copper Ave NW Join us for the monthly book sale. There will be a variety of fiction, non-fiction, children and adults books, videos, DVDs, CDs, comic books, maps, and more available. Free for Members - $2 for Non-Members Free to all after noon. All Sales are held in the Lower Level, Main Library, Validated parking is available on 5th and Copper, kitty-corner to the library. The Friends of the Public Library is a non-profit organization. All proceeds go to supporting the Public Library of Albuquerque & Bernalillo County library programs
Sat 12 - 5 PM Summer Luau - Adoptables, Swag, Brews, and more! Lizard Tail Brewing Industrial, 3351 Columbia Dr. NE Hosted by Pitties and Kitties of New Mexico. We will have some PKR Tees, some PKR Pride gear, and best of all - our adoptabulls! Our booth will have a small auction set up… the prize being Tattoo Certificates with an ABQ tattoo artist! There will be a car show, other vendors, as well as water activities. Hope to see y’all there!
Sat 1 - 3 PM Family Field Day! Montgomery Park, Hosted by ABQ Family Chiropractic. A celebration of all the families who trust us with their care, and an opportunity for families who are considering our office to get to know our team in a fun, low-stakes environment. Food and family-friendly activities will be provided
Sat 1 - 4 PM Zouk with Jaime Arôxa! Alley Kats Tap Company, 222 Truman St. NE We will continue building on, and reviewing everything we have learned with Jamie Arôxa and Kiri Chapman thus far. We will continue to work on Zouk basics and building on the basics including connection and timing, musicality, lateral with variations, Yo-yo, viradinha, cambre, body, rolls, body, isolations, weight transfers, counterbalance, elástico, convergence & divergence, Wi-Fi, head, movement, styling, head movement, varying turns, and Chicote. Classes will be progressive and will be adjusted to the level of each class. Drop in anytime * All levels welcome * No partner needed * Cash preferred - can also accept Venmo and Cash App to $UWDstudios
Sat 1:30 - 4 PM Father's Day Tee Cabezon Park, 2307 Cabezon Blvd. SE, Rio Rancho Celebrate Father's Day with a round of miniature golf or two! Tee-off with dad at our Annual Father's Day "Tee". Enjoy some snacks, and an Arnold Palmer while making a craft with dad. Prizes awarded for the top 3 teams in miniature golf! Each child and parent must register individually. NO DROP-INS. Please contact the Cabezon Community Center at 505-892-4499 for more info
Sat 4 - 5 PM East Coast Swing Group Class Enchantment Dancing, 337 San Pedro Dr. NE Welcome to our Bronze American East Coast Swing Class! Whether you are a newbie stepping on to the dance floor for the first time or a seasoned professional wanting to brush up on basics, as well as anyone in-between, this class is for you! East Coast Swing is an exciting, up-beat dance that is endlessly versatile! No partner necessary, and dropping in is fine! Class cost is only $10, and a punch card for 6 classes is $50
Sat 6 - 10 PM Baddie Fest OT Circus, 709 Central Ave NW let's all have a fun summer night. Fairy Julz (crystals and more to raise your energy) will be at @ otcircus. Market, Music, Dance Performers, Crystal Pop Up Booth, Henna, Woman Vendors. Tag and invite your favorite baddies
Sat 6 - 11 PM Heights Summerfest North Domingo Baca Park, Celebrate warm weather and outdoor fun at a free community gathering during an Albuquerque Summerfest. This free concert series features local businesses with handcrafted products in The Shops, food trucks with freshly made cuisine in the Food Court, libations created by breweries, wineries and distilleries in The Cantina, entertainment by local talent, and a production by a national headliner all at a City park (click here for more info: live music, food trucks, kids' activities, drinks, vendors, parking)
Sat 7 PM Dancing Queens Sunshine Theater, 120 Central Ave SW Throw out your calendar! Buy a new calendar! Mark June 10th as the first and ONLY date in your calendar! Pride weekend, all the dancing queens are descending on the Sunshine Theater for the night of all nights. Juicee Früt presents Dancing Queens! Featuring performances by Red Light Cameras, ABBAquerque, Galaxy, Juicee Früt, Drag Performances from CoCo Caliente & Mr. Rusty Nutz, Forbidden Früt Market, & more! (tickets)
Sat 7 PM Death On The Beach: A Metalcore Beach Party Launchpad, 618 Central Ave SW Join us for a night filled with beach-going shenanigans and some of the best metalcore bands Albuquerque has to offer. Swimwear, flip flops, sunscreen and lais ENCOURAGED! Come out and rage with us, and let's make this a night to remember! Presale tickets are $10 and are available through any band. Just send them a message! Online tickets through Holdmyticket will be available soon. Inhuman Hands, EYE, Secure The Void, One Last Summer
Sat 9 PM Temple of Sound Presents Starry Night Juno, 1501 1st St. NW This event will feature our guest DJ Chris Losack! He's a longtime DJ who primarily spins house and techno but also has roots in industrial and dark music. He will be showing his dark side this time out! Join us for another spectacular event! Sparkly or night sky attire encouraged but not required! 21+ / No cover
Sat 9 PM Pride 2023 Effex, 420 Central Ave SW Spunjy Hicks Lounge: Malik Patio: DJ Chris de Jesus Side Effex: Xblyssid
Sat 10:30 PM Late Nite Comedy Jam The Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave NE Ristra Comedy and Chuck Parker Comedy present a stellar lineup of standup comedians! This month's headliner: Josh Fournier Featuring Chuck Parker & Sara Anne Myers and your host Alex Benton
** Sun 6/11 *\*
Sun 8 AM - 2 PM Hot Rods for Hunger Car Show and Poker Run 2801 Eubank Blvd NE Yes, our amazing car show fundraiser is happening again, thanks to Bell’s Brewery and the Mopar Most Wanted car club. This year, for early registration, we are having a Kickstart happy hour with Bells Brewery at O’Niell’s Heights location on Juan Tabo. Join us and register your car. All makes and models are welcome. Come out and see some of the coolest cars in Albuquerque. There will be raffles, food trucks, lots of awards for the cars, and a food drive for the Storehouse food pantry. Enter the Poker Run, the Car Show, or both today!
Sun 10 AM Rocketman Historic Lobo Theater, 3013 Central Ave NE THE HISTORIC LOBO THEATER along with Albuquerque Film & Music Experience is excited to bring Rocketman to the big screen! Showing Starts at 11:30 am Tickets are ONLY $10 for General Admission Come Early Brunch Starts at 10 am Full Buffet Available for only $21 The ticket price is for entry to the movie only. Pajama brunch and a movie. Exclusive Brunch Menu! Made to order pancakes, mimosas and more. 10% off if you come in your pajamas
Sun 10 AM - 2 PM STEAM DAY Rail Yards Market, 777 1st St. SW Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) all put New Mexico on the Map as a unique place. Standing for over one hundred years, the historic Rail Yards of Albuquerque stand as an ode to a period of extreme innovation for the Rio Grande basin area. Albuquerque literally rose and became what it is around the Rail Yards, and railroad era that brought so much innovation. In these industrial cathedrals, we hum with innovation again.. Activating the space for community use, the Rail Yards Market is non-profit (certified 501c3), bringing together small businesses in agriculture, food, and artisan manufacturing on a local scale. Our STEAM stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational and Artistic Modalities. In this area we host interactive demonstrations. Mini-Makers Unite! Learn about what makes a laser light up, a 3D printer build, and so much more! Bring out your tech, geek, and inquisitive minds to the Rail Yards Market and visit makers from Quelab. Free for all! Everyone is welcome! EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks, ADA Accessible, Senior and WIC programs welcome, Fresh & local produce, Breakfast & lunch prepared food options, 120+ local food, healing, and art businesses, Parking & restrooms, FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
Sun 10:30 - 11:30 AM Mindful Movement - Yoga in the Park Academy Hills Park, 9709 Layton Ave NE Meet us on the southwest side of the park, just southwest of the playground, under the large trees. Looks for the Aumies sign! Bring your mat, block, strap and water!
Sun 2 - 4 PM Lumberyard Jazz Trio Sawmill Market, 1909 Bellamah Ave NW The Lumberyard Jazz Trio is back to bring exciting jazz melodies to Sawmill Market. They use an interchanging group of New Mexican instrumentalists who have traveled nationwide to perform, lead by saxophonist Sean Johnson
Sun 3 PM Pride Tea Dance on the Patio Effex, 420 Central Ave SW 3 - 6 PM: DJ Mike Demarco 6 - 9 PM: DJ Spunjy Hicks Featuring performances by Avery Martini, Jessica K. Daniels, Imani Martini
Sun 4 - 7 PM Music on the Patio: Squash Blossom Boys Canteen Brewhouse, 2381 Aztec Rd NE Based in Albuquerque, The Squash Blossom Boys have played southwestern stages for over ten years. With beginnings as a garage band, they have explored a variety of musical genres including rock, jazz, reggae and more to find the hard driving, high lonesome sound of Bluegrass music. The current central players include Dustin Orbesen (Dobro, Mandolin, Vocals), Kit Murray (Banjo, Vocals), Kyle Malone (Guitar), Peter Lisignoli (Bass)
Sun 5 - 8 PM Mack 'n Cheese Sunday Variety Show Juno, 1501 1st St. NW Variety show with Mack 'n Cheese (Indy Hip Hop), Cali Shaw (Americana), Basilaris Trio (Jazz), Sol de la Noche, Melissa Prada (spoken word) Monthly variety show with Mack 'n Cheese (Indy Hip Hop), Cali Shaw (Americana), Basilaris Trio (Jazz), Sol de la Noche, Melissa Prada (spoken word), vendors. Family-friendly (if your kids already know the F-word). Food available for purchase. On the patio, weather permitting, or in the Gallery
Sun 7 - 10 PM S.O.S - Salsa On Sunday Dance Social 505 Spirits, 105 Harvard Dr. SE Salsa On Sunday Dance Social *With guest DJ's *Latin Dance Performances *The Occasional LIVE Music Performance *And Always... Social Dancing! salsa timba bachata merengue *What is it about a Social* The essence of a Social is for the dance community to get together and dance. Socials offer a relaxed night of dancing. Socials continue to draw dance enthusiasts who get lost in their salsa “addiction” by dancing and enjoying the music. Socials offer something for every level of dancer at any age. Bands and DJs have more freedom to play sets which appeal to the dance-centric crowd. It's about the music. It's about the dance. If you want to have an alternative to the club, are underage, or simply want to get in some good dancing - check out a Social, you might be surprised at how much fun you have
Sun 7:30 PM Brit Floyd Revel ABQ, 4720 Alexander Blvd. NE Brit Floyd returns to the stage in 2023 to perform a brand-new production celebrating 50 years of the ground-breaking and iconic musical masterpiece The Dark Side of the Moon. The show will feature classic tracks from the album such as Time, Money, Us and Them and The Great Gig in the Sky. The 2 and a half hours plus set list will also include other highlights from Pink Floyd’s magnificent catalogue of albums, including tracks from The Wall, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Division Bell, Medal and much more (tickets)
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2023.06.08 01:07 palanp Things To Do in CR This Week (6/8–6/14)

« Previous (Sorry, missed a couple weeks there… Hope you still found some fun!)
Signature Events/Fundraisers
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2023.06.07 19:38 semiurge D6x6 Loaded Loxos

D6 These loxos wear
1 hats like wide-canopied howdahs, in which they keep pets such as leopards, young humans, and songbirds.
2 coatings of clay and mud for temperature-regulation, and ear-piercings for ornamentation.
3 brightly-coloured and intricately-patterned barkcloth robes - each pattern belongs to a particular matrilineage.
4 bracelets and necklaces designed as tactile-mnemonic devices, to facilitate sorting through their immense memories.
5 grass skirts, headdresses, and trunk-sleeves constantly re-woven for each other as a social binding.
6 draping cloaks made from the hides and bones of their ancestors.
D6 These loxos' society
1 undergoes periodic senicidal upheavals, whenever its web of unforgotten debts, favours, grudges, and alliances grows too suffocating.
2 practice an inversion of a taboo against naming the dead - they are not only named after their ancestors, but expected to embody them.
3 ties professions strictly to one's clan, forming guilds which are inextricable from heredity.
4 is an absolute monarchy, with the empress's power unbound by law or custom.
5 exists at the mercy of barbarian mercenaries they maintain for being so loathe to lose even one among their slow-growing population.
6 is able to meet its gargantuan caloric intake through food imports extracted from tributaries cowed by the proto-nuclear threat of a loxo thunder-march.
D6 These loxos are most often seen outside their lands
1 as heavy shock trooper soldiers of fortune - and these are often temporarily-expelled young males.
2 as living libraries and librarians both - exerting soft power through the selective archival and presentation of knowledge.
3 as pilgrims to holy sites the rest of the world has forgotten.
4 as exiled criminals with the details of their crimes carved into their foreheads.
5 as Mozi-esque philosophers and siege engineers.
6 as priests of more lawful gods, who appreciate their longer lifespans and generally conservative personalities.
D6 These loxos' settlements
1 tend to be built around great public baths, where they lounge for hours, even days on end to cool off and relieve weight on their joints.
2 are always built either upon solid rock, or upon the wedding cake ruins of many previous such settlements, borne down by the mass of their inhabitants.
3 route footpaths so that traffic naturally compacts rammed earth constructions.
4 tend to be of flimsier construction than comparable human settlements - both because they have less need of shelter, and because it's cheaper and easier to raise up a tent again than a stone building after a loxo's rampage topples it.
5 are menaced by gangs of drunken old women meandering about and sharply critiquing anything new.
6 use buried infrasonic "bells" to broadcast news.
D6 When it comes to magic, these loxos
1 cleave its practice strictly by gender - typically destabilizing magic for men, and constructive magic for women, but in the specifics it's not so clean-cut.
2 have a liberal attitude toward necromancy, at least as applied to shorter-lived peoples - a loxo mage might keep the souls of their human friends in gourds after their death to consult and carouse with.
3 are struggling to retain their own traditions, which serve more of a ritualistic and religious function, over the more utilitarian human schools whose teachings are percolating in from afar.
4 maintain, under the greatest secrecy and security, ancient spells that have been erased from the wider world by both time and less natural forces.
5 forbid the wizardly art of catching spells in one's brain - for their brains are too strong in their retention, and spells trapped therein become strange and inextricable.
6 are able to scrimshaw their tusks into something like wands.
D6 From these loxos might be looted
1 a tonic that induces an artificial musth - territorial berserker rage on demand in a bottle.
2 horn-framed spectacles with fine glass lenses fit to be repurposed for other optics.
3 gold-fringed triptychs painted with astonishing detail and fidelity.
4 cow-hair fly-whisks with handles of ebony bound with brass, backscratchers tipped with lions' claws, and other such luxurious tools to get at hard-to-reach irritations.
5 bows of terrifying size and draw weight - fit for ballistas among any other race.
6 sets of immaculately-glazed porcelain dentures, filling in for teeth worn away by tough vegetation.
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2023.06.07 18:50 Justwonderinif Post Conviction II

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No copies of this supplement exist on the internet.
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2023.06.07 17:22 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 06/07/23

Last updated: 06/07/23 11:11:07 EST


Note Description
Italics Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.
Strikethrough Pitched back to back days.
Bold Recent transaction.
L3:## Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.
*** SP first start.
** SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.
* SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.


ARI @WSN Zach Davies* Miguel CastroL3:19, Andrew ChafinL3:26 Scott McGoughL3:21 Austin AdamsL3:8, Kyle NelsonL3:15, José RuizL3:22, Kevin GinkelL3:10 Drey Jameson
ATL NYM Charlie Morton Raisel IglesiasL3:27 Nick Anderson A.J. MinterL3:29 Jesse ChavezL3:16, Collin McHughL3:27, Joe Jiménez, Kirby Yates Roddery Muñoz
BAL @MIL Dean Kremer Félix BautistaL3:11 Yennier CanoL3:34 Bryan Baker Danny CoulombeL3:22, Mike BaumannL3:45, Cionel Pérez, Keegan Akin, Austin VothL3:34 Bruce Zimmermann
BOS @CLE Kutter Crawford Kenley JansenL3:13 Chris MartinL3:25 Josh Winckowski Justin Garza, Brennan BernardinoL3:18, Nick PivettaL3:31, Corey KluberL3:34 Chris Murphy
CHC @LAA Jameson Taillon* Mark Leiter Jr., Adbert Alzolay Michael FulmerL3:38 Brandon HughesL3:28 Jeremiah EstradaL3:23, Julian MerryweatherL3:33 Javier AssadL3:38
CHW @NYY Lance Lynn Liam HendriksL3:29 Kendall GravemanL3:22 Joe KellyL3:45 Reynaldo López, Keynan Middleton, Aaron Bummer, Gregory Santos Garrett Crochet
CIN LAD Brandon Williamson Alexis DíazL3:12 Lucas SimsL3:7 Buck FarmerL3:14 Ian GibautL3:27, Alex YoungL3:31, Fernando CruzL3:32 Eduardo SalazarL3:16
CLE BOS Tanner Bibee Emmanuel ClaseL3:19 James KarinchakL3:26 Trevor StephanL3:8 Eli MorganL3:20, Sam HentgesL3:18, Enyel De Los SantosL3:27, Nick SandlinL3:14 Xzavion Curry
COL SFG Connor Seabold* Justin Lawrence Pierce JohnsonL3:16 Jake BirdL3:36 Brent SuterL3:11, Daniel BardL3:35, Brad HandL3:15, Matt Carasiti Peter LambertL3:55
DET @PHI Reese Olson* Alex LangeL3:23 Jason FoleyL3:17 Will VestL3:48 José CisneroL3:19, Chasen ShreveL3:14, Tyler HoltonL3:52, Mason EnglertL3:52, Tyler AlexanderL3:45 Garrett Hill
HOU @TOR Ronel Blanco* Ryan Pressly Bryan AbreuL3:14 Hector Neris Rafael MonteroL3:20, Phil MatonL3:32, Ryne StanekL3:20 Seth MartinezL3:21
KCR @MIA Jordan Lyles Scott BarlowL3:17 Aroldis ChapmanL3:10 Taylor ClarkeL3:20 Josh StaumontL3:16, Carlos HernándezL3:23, Jose CuasL3:4, Nick WittgrenL3:33, Jackson KowarL3:44 Mike MayersL3:75
LAA CHC Jaime Barría* Carlos EstévezL3:26 Chris DevenskiL3:47 Jacob WebbL3:15 Ben Joyce, Aaron Loup, Sam Bachman, José SorianoL3:13 Tucker Davidson
LAD @CIN Noah Syndergaard* Evan PhillipsL3:31, Brusdar GraterolL3:34, Caleb FergusonL3:53 Yency AlmonteL3:20, Shelby MillerL3:2, Victor González, Alex Vesia Nick Robertson
MIA KCR Edward Cabrera* A.J. Puk Dylan FloroL3:17 Tanner ScottL3:20 Huascar BrazobanL3:26, Steven OkertL3:11, JT ChargoisL3:14, Andrew NardiL3:19 Bryan HoeingL3:24
MIL BAL Corbin Burnes Devin WilliamsL3:11 Peter StrzeleckiL3:27 Joel PayampsL3:18 Hoby MilnerL3:7, Elvis PegueroL3:29, Trevor MegillL3:28, Bennett Sousa, Jake Cousins Bryse Wilson
MIN @TBR Pablo López Jhoan Duran Brock Stewart Jorge López Caleb ThielbarL3:10, Emilio PagánL3:20, Jovani Moran, Griffin JaxL3:11 José De LeónL3:12
NYM @ATL Max Scherzer David Robertson, Adam OttavinoL3:22 Brooks Raley Drew SmithL3:43, Jeff BrighamL3:25, Dominic LeoneL3:18, Tommy Hunter, Stephen NogosekL3:47 Josh Walker
NYY CHW Randy Vásquez** Clay HolmesL3:17, Michael King, Wandy PeraltaL3:18 Ron Marinaccio, Albert AbreuL3:12, Tommy KahnleL3:14, Jimmy CorderoL3:17 Nick Ramirez
OAK @PIT Hogan Harris*** Trevor MayL3:9 Shintaro FujinamiL3:30 Sam MollL3:26 Richard LoveladyL3:14, Lucas ErcegL3:10, Austin PruittL3:17, Sam LongL3:26 Ken WaldichukL3:34
PHI DET Zack Wheeler Craig KimbrelL3:12 Seranthony DomínguezL3:41 Matt Strahm Gregory Soto, Connor BrogdonL3:26, Jeff HoffmanL3:13, Andrew VasquezL3:19, Yunior Marte Dylan Covey
PIT OAK Roansy Contreras David BednarL3:11 Colin HoldermanL3:14 Dauri MoretaL3:5 Jose HernandezL3:11, Yohan RamirezL3:19, Angel PerdomoL3:16, Chase De JongL3:53 Rob ZastryznyL3:21
SDP SEA Michael Wacha Josh Hader Nick MartinezL3:15 Steven WilsonL3:30 Tim HillL3:13, Tom CosgroveL3:38, Brent HoneywellL3:22, Domingo TapiaL3:50 Drew CarltonL3:56
SEA @SDP George Kirby Paul SewaldL3:22 Andrés MuñozL3:16 Justin TopaL3:22 Matt BrashL3:19, Gabe SpeierL3:17, Tayler Saucedo, Matt FestaL3:24 Chris Flexen
SFG @COL Logan Webb Camilo Doval Tyler Rogers John BrebbiaL3:26 Taylor RogersL3:12, Scott AlexanderL3:11, Ryan WalkerL3:28, Luke JacksonL3:40, Jakob JunisL3:45, Tristan Beck Sean ManaeaL3:83
STL @TEX Jack Flaherty Ryan HelsleyL3:13, Giovanny Gallegos Jordan HicksL3:20 Andre PallanteL3:19 Génesis CabreraL3:31, Drew VerHagenL3:23, Chris StrattonL3:29 Steven MatzL3:19
TBR MIN Shawn Armstrong*** Jason AdamL3:12, Colin PocheL3:16, Kevin Kelly, Jalen BeeksL3:23 Robert StephensonL3:23, Jake DiekmanL3:23, Shawn ArmstrongL3:27, Calvin FaucherL3:19 Cooper Criswell
TEX STL Jon Gray Will SmithL3:34 Josh SborzL3:25 Grant AndersonL3:17 Brock BurkeL3:19, José Leclerc, Cole RagansL3:10, John KingL3:7 Spencer Howard
TOR HOU Chris Bassitt Jordan RomanoL3:6 Erik SwansonL3:23 Nate PearsonL3:15 Tim MayzaL3:27, Trevor RichardsL3:38, Adam CimberL3:33, Yimi GarcíaL3:16, Anthony BassL3:28 Bowden Francis
WSN ARI Patrick Corbin Kyle Finnegan, Hunter Harvey Carl Edwards Jr. Mason ThompsonL3:26, Chad KuhlL3:54, Erasmo RamírezL3:16, Jordan Weems Thaddeus WardL3:55


Date Team Player Category Description
6/6 BAL Danny Coulombe PROMOTION Reinstated from Bereavement List
6/6 TBR Cooper Criswell PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/6 TOR Bowden Francis PROMOTION Contract selected from minors
6/6 MIA A.J. Puk INJURIES Activated from 15-Day IL
6/6 WSN Jordan Weems PROMOTION Recalled from minors
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2023.06.07 16:28 Human-Pair2009 I am a dragon fantasy fan and I want to get back into reading. I've read the Inheritance Cycle and Game of Thrones series. I am looking for recommendations for something in that rehlm.

It's been a long time since I read a novel. I made it a goal of mine to read a few books this summer because I used to spend hours sitting outside reading as a teen and I loved it. I let this part of myself shrivel up and die, now I long for it again. I finally got into a job where I have both the time and money to buy and read books, again.
My issue is dragons are my niche. No one else I know who is/was an avid reader enjoyed fantasy. I stumbled on a couple series over the years, but never deliberately reached out for referrals. Now, I am going to a Barnes and Noble this weekend and decided now is as good a time as ever.
So, here I am! Asking the fantasy fans for some book recommendations!
**Wow, I am loving all the feedback! I can't reply to every comment, but I really appreciate all you guys helping me out! I had a feeling I was in the right place :)
6/7/23 7 PM UPDATE: I guess I don't have the time go sort through and make sure I don't have portions of different series listed independently, BUT as of my final update (right now!) this is all the recommendations in the comments:
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2023.06.07 09:22 Santy_panty A Library which has stood the test of time.

A Library which has stood the test of time.
State Central Library, originally called the Victoria Diamond Jubilee Library, at Palayam was established in 1829 (almost 2 centuries old) during the reign of King Swathi Thirunal. The work of starting and organising the Library was entrusted to Col. Edward Cadogan, then the British Resident who was the grand son of Sir Hans Sloane, the founder of the British Museum. It is one of the oldest libraries in India, perhaps even "the oldest of its kind".
The library is in the striking red brick and white stone Trivandrum-Gothic style that was used in other public buildings of this period, like the Napier Museum.
In 1898 The assets of Trivandrum People's Library were transferred to the administrative control of Government and was opened to the public.
In1900 HH Sree Moolam Thirunal constructed the present building for housing the library, which is an architectural beauty of Gothic architecture.
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2023.06.07 08:56 upchuck-1312 Kathleen Edwards - "Going To Hell"

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2023.06.07 01:42 binarydiary Resources

Balochi Resources

In this ongoing compilation, I will be curating a list of valuable resources for Balochi language learners. This comprehensive collection will encompass a range of tools, including dictionaries, apps, websites, textbooks, and more, all designed to assist and enhance your language learning journey. Stay tuned as we explore these resources and embark on a rewarding path to mastering Balochi!

Dictionaries / Glossaries

- Jan Muhammad, Dashti (2017). Balochi Labzbalad - بلوچی لبز بلد (2nd Edition) - (PDF)

Reading / Misc

- The Balochi Language of Turkmenistan by Axenov S - (PDF)

Video Lectures on Balochi Literature

Lessons (The Balochi Language Project, Uppsala University)

Memrise Courses


Other Apps

  • Kmedia, Balochi Folktales - (Android App)
  • Umair Ayub, Labzle (Balochi Wordle) - (Web App)
  • Umair Ayub, Balochi Spelling Bee - (Web App)
  • Junaid Qadir, Rolabz (Balochi Wordle) - (Web App)
  • Balochi in 90 Days (Sulemani dialect) - (Android App)
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2023.06.06 23:29 pezx Somerville police: Firearm safety alert

Just sharing this that was emailed out
Somerville Police: Firearm Safety Alert
On Tuesday, June 6, 2023, at approximately 1:18 PM, the Somerville Police Department responded to the area of Edward Leathers Park and the Somerville High School for a report of two males armed with firearms. The reporting party stated they encountered two males on bicycles who displayed firearms. The males proceeded to ride the bicycles in the direction of Somerville High School. This incident prompted a shelter in place order by school officials and a brief closure of the Central Library.
Soon after the emergency call was received, a person fitting the description of one of the suspects was located by Police Officers and briefly detained. This person was unarmed at that time. A search of the of the area was conducted by Somerville Police and National Park Services Police K-9 units. No firearm was located.
The Somerville Police Department asks all members of the community to remain vigilant and call 911 immediately if a firearm is found anywhere in the city. Citizens should not touch a suspected firearm. If a suspected firearm is found, call 911 right away and wait for Officers to arrive.
The incident is currently under investigation. Anyone with relevant information on this incident is encouraged to please call 617-625-1600 ext. 7250.
You can also text a tip anonymously to TIP-411 (that’s 847-411) and put 617spd at the start of the message
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2023.06.06 20:20 willmagnify Notes on “A Tale of Two Cities: the development of early Arhada city states (0-500 AD)”, Part 1

Note to self 92,
I was researching the foundation of Arhada city-states, just to get a general sense of what they looked like, and I found a very informative and fascinating read. The name is "A Tale of Two Cities: the development of early Arhada city states (0-500 AD)" and it's supposed to be the early work of some important professor at the Horean International University. Unfortunately, I'm still banned from borrowing at the Uni's library because I've held that book on Early Ibandr for a bit too long – I'll just copy the abstract and some passages for future reference.
This essay analyses the emergence of the first large-scale polities within the Arhadan cultural sphere, putting together the writings of notable scholars and the archaelogical record at our disposal. The title, "A Tale of Two Cities” was chosen in reference to the sites of Kamābarha and Amadahai, two settlements which would continue to act as major actors in the region throughout the following centuries. Because of their prominence, these two cities have been chosen as case studies through which we will examine the political, cultural and social characteristics of Arhada city states in the formative period. Those first few post-dawn centuries see the emergence of other important centres, but these two examples prove to be the earliest, the most consistently documented and the only ones who maintained their preeminence in post-formative eras.
The text is divided into three main sections: the first detailing the general characteristics of urban, social and political developments within the region, the second and third delving into the specific nuances that these developments acquire in Kamābarha and Amadahai, respectively.
I thank the department of Tritonean studies at the Horean International University for their help in procuring material for this research, and Dr. Amaha Geherun for her invaluable guidance and insight.
2.a Palaces, urban settlements and their spatial characters.
Scholars of late Tritonean prehistory usually divide the development of Arhadan settlements in three main phases; the Stilt House Period (SHP), which lasted roughly until 750 BD, the courtyard house period (CHP), which covers the millenium between 750 BD and 250 AD and the palatial house period (PHP), emerging from 250 onwards, with the development of the first palatial complexes and the first signs of wide-reaching palace economies, large scale political networks of reciprocal exchange, and true suzerain-client relationships. These three periods are named after their defining building types: the main characteristic of the SHP, unsurprisigly the one for which we have less documentation, were the small, square wooden constructions built on stilts along the lake shores and wetlands, next to the paddies. This period is the longest, stretching from the early development of zizania, cattail and sagittaria cultivation; with the construction of more specialised agricultural works and the consequent emergence of a higher level of inequality within Arhada settlements, we shift to the CHP, wherein successful family units migrated away from the lakeshores into dry land and extablished a new building typology, the multifamily courtyard house, acting as a higher status dwelling. The palace is nothing more than the natural evolution of the Courtyard-house type: it is merely larger and with cellular buildings constructed within the confines of the courtyard. The general layout consists of three outbuildings: a shrine, where the clans held religious functions both for the families and for the community at large, a granary, where the harvest would be stockpiled for distribution in lean years, and a treasury, where specialised group of artisans, usually the women of the clan, created and gathered family hierlooms, which obtained a near-sacred value and acted as further insurance against difficult harvests (See chapter 4a).
The palatial typology is fairly standardised: the frame, the courtyard building, is usually two or three stories high, with the ground floor being dedicated to common rooms, the middle floor containing the apartments of the clanmen and women and the last floor, built under a steep thatch roof, hosting lower-status inhabitants: servants, guards, favourites. What is more variable, however, was the disposition of buildings inside; shrines especially assumed different typologies: the constant is in their verticality and consistent central-plan type. From pictographic and sculptural sources, we can also note that canopies, usually defined by square-plans with four columns at the four corners, were important places of gathering, where tobacco ceremonies and clan meetings were held in the hot summers of southern Tritonea.
While it's interesting to consider the palace as a singular architectural and typological phenomenon, no discussion about the palatial type is complete without a mention about its relationship with the city at large. Built atop a hill (the term Nabaradjân, 'house of the hill', is, in fact, synonymous with palace), it acted as a centripetal force for the expansion of villages and cities, with important buildings being constructed radially from the central point of the palace and all other houses, small scale orchards and other structures being built in between. As architectural types specialised and key public buildings began to be built outside of the confines of the palace – granaries first, then shrines and storehouses – the radial composition of cities began to be even more clearly visible – in later periods those secondary "nodes" would create other radial sprawling points. "Radial cities, early settlement patterns in Arhadaland", by Dr. Amaha Geherun, provides an in-depth study of the spatiality of early, late and imperial Arhada cities.
Reminder to get that book as soon as I get paid this week – couldn't find it at the library.
This chapter had a very nice drawing (It looked better in the book) that showed an estimate of the plans of Kamābarha (A) and Amadahai (B). Amadahai was smaller, but it had quite an impressive quay leading straight into the city. The Mound of Kamābarha, on the other hand, was perhaps the most interesting thing about the city: it's one of the few ancient sites that the author had studied with an asymmetrical mound layout. Overall, I found the differences in Tritonean urban planning and that of Early Ibandr quite fascinating.
4.a Political Networks, the first states and the "Bead Bracelet" Structure.
With the growth of palaces, we can truly see the evolution of Arhada settlements change from villages, to cities, to city-states: each palace acted as a key driver for a city’s local economy; from within the various clans of the palace, the men of the clan oversaw and organised works in the paddies, allocating human resources and ensuring the harvest was safely stored in the granary. The women, on the other hand, handled the production of specialised crafts - pottery, textiles, painting and dye production being the most common ones - which would form the bulk of the treasury. This setup, which contributed to a general labour specialisation even outside the confines of the palace, greatly contributed to the growing influence of palaces in the surrounding sub-urban territory.
Archeological and archaeo-anthropological studies show that the early Zizania aquatica strains cultivated by Tritonean farmers were prone to failures, with some estimates indicating a one in six chance of failure. This insecurity was the main driver for the construction of granaries, and, later, the use of the palaces treasure as a sort of insurance against bad harvests. There is ample tangible evidence of extra-urban exchanges of luxury trade goods between palaces around the southern lakes - with them, came birchbark contracts (and, more rarely clay tablets), documenting the exchange agreements between villages. Sadly, we have very few documents of this kind, but just enough to get a clear picture of what these signified.
What looked like simple exchanges based on favours and giftgiving - which basically amounted to “I owe yous” with a precious gifts attached - quickly developed into more deliberate agreements. We find pictographic contracts detailing the exchange of zizania for corvée labour or zizania in exchange for a larger repayment over a period of several years. Often villages would repay their benefactor by providing labour until they were able to return the same quantity of zizania – other times, contracts operated over a fixed period of time. The maturation of these systems culminated in semi-permanent ties between villages and a construction of hierarchical client-patron relations. The short term contracts between polities, exchanging part of the harvest for corvées, valuable goods or interest on the repayment, became more and more drawn out, until finally long term relationships were established.
The term "Bead Bracelet network", introduced by Dr Lagor Daham in her seminal work "Early Political Relationships along the Southern Tritonean lakes: new models of political unity", is used to refer to these long strings of villages sharing some form political affiliation, each village being the client or suzerain of another one within the chain. The water-based agricultural tradition of Tritonea conditioned the developments of their urban centres as lines running paralel to the lakeshore, each with some influence over their adjoining woodland and wetlands: the creation of these ties would then follow these lines, creating complexes of neighbouring villages with varying degrees of freedoms and duties towards one other. these ties and contracts, which would be overseen by clan matriarchs, would connect all villages within a single network to the highest one.
I had to copy the map in the book, because I was having a hard time visualising it. There was also a more schematic version of it. Apparently, villages owed "fealty" (though I'm sure that's the wrong word) to bigger villages wich in turn owed "fealty" to bigger ones. It wasn't really a feudalistic setup, though. Land belonged to the single villages, who cultivated it directly – but they were essentially client cities, providing labour or artisanal goods to their suzerain, provided they would keep their granaries full in lean years. Another quote on this, and some interesting notes on the contracts between polities:
In truth, most of these ties would not be very long lasting, and could break immediately if either of the parties was unable to maintain the foundational promises of the agreement. This usually resulted in small scale warfare in which the suzerain's victory would result in an even more restrictive contract and the clients victory would signify temporary freedom from the expansion of its neighbour's political influence. Kamābarha and Amadahai were the first to estabish stable and well-maintained networks of this kind, mostly due to the fact that their prosperous positions – Kamābarha in fertile and rich land, Amadahai straddled between two lakes, controlling trade and expanding at a fast pace along two lakesides – allowed them to maintain control over nearby polities thanks to the consistency with which they were able to provide their side of the bargain and distribute parts of their abundant harvest to their clients.
The terms of the contracts themselves were extremely heterogeneous – and could be easily changed and misinterpreted. Being pictographic in nature, with imagery tied to Arhada proverb glyphs, they served more as visual aids to help the matriarchs remember the exact terms of a contract. It's a widely held belief that it's a need for specificity in birchbark contracts that led Arhada women to the development of true logographic writing in the following centuries.
This note I found particularly interesting! I'll have to read more on that.
7. Trade and external relations
One final point to be made, before we delve into the specific configurations and internal histories of our two cities, has to do with trade systems within the Arhada cultural sphere. Arhadanists and scholars of Tritonean history speak of the Formative "Northern pottery", "Middle pottery" and "Southern pottery" schools: the Arhada territory fell squarely between the Middle and Southern areas, with Kamābarha being connected to the Kemithātsan polities along the southern shore of the Sihodjivôdjo (Middle school), and thus having an closer relationship to northern and western cultures into Xanthean territories, and Amadahai being connected instead to southern cultures such as the Zonowōdjon, beyond the lake, with whom they entertained relationships in a network that extended south, beyond Tritonea proper, in the territories of the Aluwa. As such, our two case studies present very different cultural traits and influences – it must be noted, however, that the deep interrelation of Arhadan cities through the connective tissue of the lakes serves as an avenue for the exchange and merger of these two very different cultural impulses.
The Arhada themselves were great exporters of finished products. Indigo dyes, pottery, hemp-cattail blend textiles and pecan oil, used both in cuisine and cosmetics, were ubiquitous items throughout Arhada territories; preserved fruits were common southern commodities; brass products from the zinc-abundant copper ores along the Green River, were Kamābarha's most valuable export. It's interesting, however, to analyse what was imported into their territories during this period, so that we can better track the changes in material culture throughout the early formative. Contact with the nearby Kemithātsan is evident in the spread of glazes in Middle Pottery school sites. Even in Souther Pottery sites we can begin to observe more Middle style artefacts, and we have evidence of kilns being built – many scholars believe these kilns were actually built by Kemithātsan artisans who relocated in the south. From the Kemithātsan they also obtained picked goods and wines, whose production was more specialised. Maple – a prised product in the south – was also obtained through northern trade routes.
Southern trade relationships were more tenuous at that time – Arhada groups migrated into Zonowōdjon lands around 500 AD, and while intermingling did occur at an early stage, we have evidence of a rather fraught relationship, with several Arhadan led attacks into the southern regions, certainly with the aim of clearing coastal land for more intensive agricultural production. Sanaboborôn, another formative site which would develop in the later quarter of the 1st millenium AD, emerged in the wake of these attacks, following different dynamics when compared the other early Arhada cities. This development, which lies outside the themes of this research, is brilliantly explored in another seminal work by Dr Lagor Daham, published in the collection of essays "Dawn of War: Martial history in formative Horea". While tensions and distrust with neighbouring Tritonean peoples slowed trade between the eastern and western southern lakes, polities such as Amadahai and Sanaboborôn found fertile ground with trade further down the continent. Crossing the Gorgonean-Tritonean mountain range they would encounter the Aluwa people – corals were an especially prised trade item, but spices such as peppers and citrus peel were also brought north, where they would enter the diets of elite Arhadans.
One last bad drawing for today. I saw this map and I was truly impressed with how developed trade networks were at that time, especially for people who did not have horses or chariots. I'm afraid I'll have to read through second half of the book tomorrow, the library's closing now – end of note.
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2023.06.06 19:18 lizzieismydog Southbridge MA Library is accepting used book donations. Please take them to the desk on the main floor.

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2023.06.06 15:21 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 06/06/23

Last updated: 06/06/23 09:02:37 EST


Note Description
Italics Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.
Strikethrough Pitched back to back days.
Bold Recent transaction.
L3:## Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.
*** SP first start.
** SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.
* SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.


ARI @WSN Tommy Henry Miguel CastroL3:19, Andrew ChafinL3:26 Scott McGoughL3:13 Austin AdamsL3:8, Kyle Nelson, José Ruiz, Kevin GinkelL3:11 Drey JamesonL3:45
ATL NYM Bryce Elder Raisel IglesiasL3:21 Nick AndersonL3:11 Collin McHughL3:27 A.J. MinterL3:10, Jesse ChavezL3:24, Joe Jiménez, Kirby Yates AJ Smith-ShawverL3:39
BAL @MIL Kyle Gibson Félix Bautista Yennier CanoL3:9 Bryan BakerL3:15 Mike BaumannL3:28, Cionel PérezL3:11, Keegan AkinL3:24, Austin VothL3:13 Bruce ZimmermannL3:28
BOS @CLE James Paxton* Kenley JansenL3:43 Chris MartinL3:13 Josh WinckowskiL3:16 Justin GarzaL3:26, Brennan BernardinoL3:54, Kaleb OrtL3:44, Corey KluberL3:40 Nick PivettaL3:31
CHC @LAA Hayden Wesneski Mark Leiter Jr., Adbert Alzolay Michael FulmerL3:39 Brandon HughesL3:13 Jeremiah EstradaL3:25, Julian MerryweatherL3:18 Javier AssadL3:38
CHW @NYY Lucas Giolito Kendall GravemanL3:6 Joe KellyL3:17 Reynaldo LópezL3:14 Liam HendriksL3:32, Keynan MiddletonL3:8, Aaron Bummer, Gregory SantosL3:12 Garrett Crochet
CIN LAD Luke Weaver Alexis DíazL3:12 Lucas SimsL3:7 Buck FarmerL3:14 Ian GibautL3:13, Alex Young, Fernando CruzL3:17 Eduardo SalazarL3:39
CLE BOS Shane Bieber Emmanuel ClaseL3:34 James KarinchakL3:30 Trevor StephanL3:8 Eli Morgan, Enyel De Los SantosL3:24, Sam Hentges, Nick Sandlin Xzavion Curry
COL SFG Dinelson Lamet** Justin LawrenceL3:15 Pierce Johnson Jake BirdL3:24 Brent SuterL3:11, Daniel Bard, Brad HandL3:26, Matt CarasitiL3:33 Peter Lambert
DET @PHI Tyler Alexander*** Alex LangeL3:38 Jason FoleyL3:32 Will VestL3:21 José CisneroL3:16, Chasen ShreveL3:14, Tyler HoltonL3:19, Mason EnglertL3:52, Tyler Alexander Garrett Hill
HOU @TOR Hunter Brown Ryan PresslyL3:19 Bryan AbreuL3:14 Hector NerisL3:22 Rafael MonteroL3:13, Phil MatonL3:17, Ryne StanekL3:47 Seth MartinezL3:21
KCR @MIA Zack Greinke* Scott BarlowL3:31 Aroldis ChapmanL3:10 Taylor ClarkeL3:20 Josh StaumontL3:42, Carlos HernándezL3:23, Jose Cuas, Nick WittgrenL3:18, Jackson KowarL3:23 Mike MayersL3:75
LAA CHC Tyler Anderson Carlos EstévezL3:11 Chris DevenskiL3:28 Jacob WebbL3:12 Ben JoyceL3:31, Aaron Loup, Sam BachmanL3:38, José SorianoL3:12 Tucker Davidson
LAD @CIN Tony Gonsolin* Evan PhillipsL3:20, Brusdar GraterolL3:16, Caleb FergusonL3:23 Yency Almonte, Shelby MillerL3:11, Victor GonzálezL3:5, Alex VesiaL3:8 Tayler ScottL3:32
MIA KCR Jesús Luzardo Dylan FloroL3:17 Tanner ScottL3:14 Huascar BrazobanL3:26 Steven OkertL3:24, JT ChargoisL3:14, Andrew NardiL3:19, George SorianoL3:61 Bryan Hoeing
MIL BAL Freddy Peralta* Devin WilliamsL3:26 Peter StrzeleckiL3:11 Joel Payamps Hoby MilnerL3:7, Elvis PegueroL3:14, Trevor MegillL3:46, Bennett Sousa, Jake Cousins Bryse WilsonL3:24
MIN @TBR Louie Varland Jhoan Duran Brock Stewart Jorge LópezL3:31 Caleb ThielbarL3:10, Emilio PagánL3:4, Jovani MoranL3:19, Griffin JaxL3:11 José De LeónL3:12
NYM @ATL Carlos Carrasco David RobertsonL3:28, Adam OttavinoL3:17 Brooks RaleyL3:13 Drew SmithL3:18, Jeff BrighamL3:11, Dominic LeoneL3:18, Tommy Hunter, Stephen NogosekL3:47 Josh Walker
NYY CHW Clarke Schmidt* Clay HolmesL3:33, Michael KingL3:33, Wandy PeraltaL3:27 Ron Marinaccio, Albert Abreu, Tommy Kahnle, Jimmy Cordero Nick Ramirez
OAK @PIT James Kaprielian Trevor MayL3:8 Shintaro FujinamiL3:30 Sam MollL3:26 Richard LoveladyL3:34, Lucas ErcegL3:57, Austin PruittL3:17, Sam LongL3:39 Ken WaldichukL3:34
PHI DET Taijuan Walker Craig KimbrelL3:11 Seranthony DomínguezL3:32 Matt StrahmL3:22 Gregory SotoL3:14, Connor BrogdonL3:26, Jeff HoffmanL3:13, Andrew VasquezL3:39, Yunior MarteL3:13 Dylan CoveyL3:27
PIT OAK Mitch Keller David BednarL3:25 Colin HoldermanL3:41 Dauri MoretaL3:25 Jose HernandezL3:15, Yohan RamirezL3:20, Angel PerdomoL3:49, Chase De Jong Rob ZastryznyL3:21
SDP SEA Joe Musgrove Josh Hader Nick MartinezL3:29 Steven WilsonL3:17 Tim HillL3:13, Tom CosgroveL3:15, Brent HoneywellL3:15, Domingo TapiaL3:37 Drew CarltonL3:56
SEA @SDP Logan Gilbert Paul Sewald Justin TopaL3:22 Trevor GottL3:27 Matt BrashL3:19, Gabe SpeierL3:17, Tayler SaucedoL3:39, Matt FestaL3:47 Chris FlexenL3:51
SFG @COL John Brebbia** Camilo DovalL3:13 Tyler Rogers John Brebbia Taylor RogersL3:12, Scott AlexanderL3:2, Ryan WalkerL3:13, Luke JacksonL3:19, Jakob JunisL3:45, Tristan Beck Sean Manaea
STL @TEX Matthew Liberatore* Ryan HelsleyL3:13, Giovanny Gallegos Jordan HicksL3:29 Andre PallanteL3:19 Génesis CabreraL3:31, Drew VerHagenL3:1, Chris StrattonL3:13 Steven MatzL3:23
TBR MIN Zach Eflin Jason AdamL3:26, Colin PocheL3:41, Kevin KellyL3:4, Jalen BeeksL3:37 Robert StephensonL3:30, Jake DiekmanL3:8, Shawn ArmstrongL3:27 Calvin FaucherL3:34
TEX STL Dane Dunning* Will SmithL3:19 Grant AndersonL3:17 Brock BurkeL3:19 José LeclercL3:35, Josh SborzL3:21, Cole RagansL3:14, John KingL3:37 Spencer Howard
TOR HOU Kevin Gausman Jordan RomanoL3:6 Erik SwansonL3:24 Nate PearsonL3:31 Tim MayzaL3:27, Trevor RichardsL3:41, Adam CimberL3:33, Yimi GarcíaL3:16, Anthony BassL3:28 Jay JacksonL3:39
WSN ARI Jake Irvin Kyle Finnegan, Hunter Harvey Carl Edwards Jr. Andrés MachadoL3:36, Mason ThompsonL3:26, Chad KuhlL3:24, Erasmo RamírezL3:18 Thaddeus WardL3:26


Date Team Player Category Description
6/5 TEX Spencer Howard INJURIES Activated from 60-Day IL
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2023.06.06 15:04 koola_00 Five Nights at Freddy's Danger at Home Chapter 6: Aftermath

It was only a matter of time before police officers and ambulances arrived.
Freddy had been deactivated prior and was thus taken away by local authorities for examination. However, the entitled woman was taken to the ambulance, her jaw nearly torn off, only barely hanging on.
While Freddy and the women were taken away, Carlton, Jessica, and Marla were checked on by the Chief of Hurricane's Police Department and Carlton's dad, Clay Burke.
"Hm. You really should be careful with what you say to others, Carlton. The worst you'll probably get is a small bruise," he muttered as he gave a small ice pack to Carlton. Carlton nodded.
"Yeah. Though after seeing what Freddy did to that poor Karen (something I'd never thought I'd say), I'd rather have a bruised cheek. I mean, damn; he tore that thing off like a machine ripping apart a watermelon," shivered Carlton. Jessica and Marla, who were nearby, groaned and shivered.
"Well that just was just unnecessary, Carlton," groaned Jessica.
"Yeah, really, man. Jason doesn't need to be reminded of that scene," added Marla as she held Jason close to her while Jason looked quite traumatized by what he had seen. Clay shook his head.
"I never thought I'd be apart of anything related to that damn company again after what happen ten years ago. Speaking of which, where did Freddy come from? Do you know who owns him?" he asked, a look of concern on his face.
The three teens searched for someone before Carlton saw Charlie walking back to them, holding Edward close to her.
"Oh, there's Charlie!" pointed out Carlton. The girls and Clay looked back and smiled in relief before they got up and got to her.
"Charlie! There you are!" Marla greeted. Charlie looked up and replied,
"Oh, hey. Sorry for running off like that. I-I don't know what came over me, I-I was-"
But Jessica placed a hand on her shoulder. Charlie looked at her, seeing a smile on her face.
"It's okay, Charlie. You were just looking out for Edward here. Speaking of which, are you okay, buddy?" she explained before looking at Edward. Edward looked at her and curled himself back, away from her. The three frowned, and Jessica backed away.
"Oh, that's right. You're still scared of me," sighed Jessica.
"Wait, Jessica. Don't-" Charlie began, but Jessica shook her head.
"It's okay, Charlie. I don't want to give him more stress than he already has. It's fine," she assured. Charlie and Marla frowned at this as Clay approached them.
"Ah, Charlie. It's been a while since I last saw you. How are you?" he asked with a small smile. Charlie shrugged.
"I-I could be better. I just…" she said, looking at Edward, who looked up at her. Clay hummed.
"I know. Is he with you?" he asked. Charlie nodded.
"I'm babysitting him while his parents are away in Dubai. Why?" she asked.
"Oh, I see. Well, I just wanted to know who's responsible for bringing that Freddy robot," answered Clay. Charlie frowned as she felt Edward shivering a bit. She gently rubbed his back as she answered,
"It was his parents. They volunteered for the Fazbear Funtime Service. They left by the time Freddy was delivered here."
"Hm. I see. Hey, Charlie, I hate to do this, but do you mind if I ask you a couple of questions regarding how you and Freddy?" he asked. Charlie nodded.
"O-Of course," she said. Clay nodded before looking at Edward.
"Um…without the kid, preferably?" he reminded. Charlie frowned but nodded. She then looked at Marla.
"Hey, can you-" she began, but Marla nodded.
"Of course. Come on, Edward," she cooed as Charlie began to hand him over. Edward whimpered, but Charlie looked at him.
"It's okay, Eddie. I've got to answer some questions, but I promise I won't be far. I'll be back before you know it, okay?" she assured. While unsure, Edward nodded.
"O-Okay," he muttered. Charlie smiled as she ruffled his hair before handing him over to Marla. Edward looked at Charlie, who smiled at him before Clay took her away.
"It's okay, sweet pea. Mr. Burke's a good man; he won't hurt Charlie or any of us," she assured as she sat back down, holding Edward close.
"Yeah, man! Plus, he's my dad, too. So, he couldn't, otherwise, my mom would, uh, kill him," added Carlton with a shrug, chuckling in his attempt to joke around. However, Edward was not in the mood to joke around. He was looking down at the ground. Marla, Jessica, and Carlton frowned while Jason scooted closer, gently taking Edward's left hand and squeezing it tightly. Edward responded by meekly tightening his hold.
"Edward! Edward!"
Edward blinked at a familiar little girl's voice. He looked to his left to see Cassie rushing to them. He watched as Cassie soon got to them.
"Are you okay?" she asked. Edward frowned and looked down.
"I-I don't know, Cassie. I…" he began, but he found himself unable to speak. Marla gently squeezed him in assurance.
"Cassie, sweetie. I-I don't think he's in the mood to talk right now," she insisted. Cassie frowned as she looked down.
"I-I'm sorry. I just wanted to see if he and Jason are okay," she explained. Jason and Edward looked at her, the former giving a smile.
"Well, physically, we're fine. But everything else…I dunno," Jason retorted. Cassie nodded in understanding before Edward lifted his head slightly.
"A-Are you okay?" he asked. Cassie looked at him and nodded.
"Yeah. I'm fine. Just…that was scary," Cassie replied, looking away. Edward nodded in agreement, and the kids remained quiet before Cassie looked at Edward and Jason again.
"I…I've gotta go. But I hope we can see each other again. Especially you, Edward. I like you," she said, smiling softly. Jason and Edward smiled back, and the latter responded by raising his left fist. Cassie giggled and bumped Edward's fist with his own.
"Bye, Cassie," said Edward.
"Yeah. Hope we see you again soon," added Jason.
"I hope so, too. Bye!" Cassie giggled softly before she turned around and sped off. Edward and Jason smiled slightly as they watched her before the former looked down, regressing to his thoughts.
Jessica, Carlton, and Marla watched the whole thing, and they had smiles on their faces.
"Well, I guess this day hasn't been all 'doom-and-gloom'," chuckled Carlton. Jessica nodded as Marla gently rubbed Edward's back.
"Yeah. Lord knows he needs it after what happened," confided Jessica, making Carlton nod in agreement.
Soon, Charlie returned with Chief Burke.
"*sigh* Alright. Now, you guys are good to go. But if you all notice anything, let me know immediately. Understood?" he instructed. The teens nodded in understanding as Marla got up. Edward looked at Charlie and immediately reached for her. Marla noticed and stood up.
"How's everything, Charles?" asked Marla as she handed Edward over to her.
"It's fine. He just asked questions about how Freddy worked, whether he had been acting strange beforehand, and stuff like that," replied Charlie as she took the boy before sighing. She looked at the crowd, who were starting to disperse.
"I should probably head back. This day got really sour and I still need to process everything that happened," she said. The others understood this.
"Yeah. I'm taking Jason back to our hotel for the same reasons," Marla explained as she took Jason's hand.
"I need to distract myself to cope better. Plus, I think mom needs help with housework," reasoned Carlton.
"Me…I'm just gonna walk around. I wish you guys well," finished Jessica as she looked at them with a caring smile. Charlie nodded as Edward looked at her, still unsure about her.
Later, Charlie returned to Edward's house, setting the boy down on the floor. She closed the door and sighed as Edward stepped forward. Then she looked at him.
"Hey, Eddie. How are you feeling, buddy?" she asked. Edward did not turn to look at her. He just looked down at the floor.
"I…I wanna be alone right now. C-Can I stay in your room, please?" Edward asked. Charlie raised a brow momentarily before remembering his room was filled with Freddy-themed merchandise. She nodded and placed a hand on his back.
"Sure. If you need anything, let me know. Okay, honey?" asked Charlie.
"...Mmhmm," went Edward before walking up the stairs, leaving Charlie alone.
"I-I'll be in the living room," she called out.
"Okay…" Edward replied as Charlie sat down. She looked at the spot where Freddy once was and sighed.
Vmm. Vmm. Vmm.
Charlie raised a brow and fished out her phone from her pocket. She then grew exacerbated as she recognized the phone number. Charlie then pressed the number and began talking.
"Good timing for you to call, Vanessa," she began sarcastically.
"I am SO sorry for not answering. I-I've been so busy with work that I never got the time to answer," Vanessa's voice emitted from the phone, sounding rather desperate and apologetic.
"Hm. What could possibly have been going on at work to make it more important than what's happening with the damn robots?!" asked Charlie.
"Ugh, look, it doesn't matter; I'm here now and can help with whatever you have. I've got your voicemail, and it mentions Freddy being able to move when it's not supposed to. Right?" asked Vanessa. While she was talking, Charlie was taking deep breaths to calm herself. When she was finished, Charlie nodded and gulped.
"Yes, that's correct. What's with that?" she asked. After a brief pause, Vanessa replied,
"Oh no," she began before Charlie heard incoherent mumbling as Vanessa seemed to have moved away from the phone. She had an eyebrow raised, wondering what Vanessa meant by that.
When Vanessa returned, she asked,
"Have you turned on the Controlled Shock feature while Freddy was deactivated?"
"E-E…Emergency mode?" asked Charlie.
"Yes. I told you that there's a button for the feature in Freddy's endoskeleton and that by turning on, you can use the Fazbear Funtime Service app to shock the robot into temporarily shutting down and forcing a reboot," explained Vanessa. Charlie blinked in confusion.
"Y-You never told me this," she reasoned.
"Yes. I did! Back when I first brought him here. Were you not paying attention?!" berated Vanessa.
Charlie's eyes widened as she realized; back when Vanessa first brought Freddy here yesterday, she explained how the animatronic worked. But she was so focused on Freddy being at the house…
"Shit," went Charlie as she ran her hand through her hair.
"Charlie. Did something else happen today with Freddy?" asked Vanessa. Charlie gulped and explained. When she was done, Charlie could hear a thumping sound, making her flinch her head back.
"Um, hello?" she asked. There was a shuffling sound before Vanessa replied,
"I know. I know. I'm sorry. I just," Charlie went as she began to panic, wishing her friends were here.
"That woman may be an entitled bitch, but…ugh!" went Vanessa before the line went quiet for what felt like forever. Charlie winced as she looked at the ground, contemplating the stupidity of her not paying attention and how it cost her.
"Vanessa. I'm very sorry. I-" she began before,
"I know. It's not ENTIRELY your fault. The programmers at the company had spent half a year ensuring everything was alright. We had a problem with a virus a year or two ago, and we had it solved. But the animatronics do show signs of their 'quirkiness' for a lack of a better word, and we installed that feature in just to be safe," confided Vanessa. Charlie blinked in confusion.
"Yo-You've had this problem before?" asked Charlie.
"I-I can't elaborate more. Classified info, and I'm already risking my job by telling you. But yeah," Vanessa elaborated.
"Oh," went Charlie as she placed a hand on her forehead. After another short pause, Vanessa asked,
"You said Freddy's in custody already?"
"Yeah. Why?" replied Charlie.
"*sigh* I'm sure the company's gonna do everything in their power to retrieve it. Listen, just…just stay away from Freddy. With what you've told me, anything can…" began Vanessa before there was another pause.
"Uh, h-hello? Vanessa, are you there?" asked Charlie, straightening herself up as she grew concerned. After a brief period, Vanessa finally replied,
"Sorry. I spilled something on the desk; I have to clean it up. I hope you and Edward take care of yourselves."
"Uh, what? But you said something about staying away-" began Charlie.
"Forget I said that. Freddy's locked up; that's all that matters now. Just…take care of yourself and the little guy. Okay?" interrupted Vanessa. Charlie paused and grew unsure. But she nodded.
"A-Alright. Take care, and I'm sorry I wasn't paying attention," Charlie said. But Vanessa did not respond. She hung up while she was talking. With a sigh, Charlie placed the phone on the sofa and covered her face. Her hands then quivered as she began to whimper.
Shit, shit, shit…what have I done? Charlie thought as she sat by herself, sniffling.
Later, Charlie walked over to her guest room, knocked on the door, and went inside.
"Hey, Edward? Edward?" asked Charlie as she looked into the room, realizing that Edward's nowhere to be found. Her brief moment of alarm was, thankfully, diffused when she heard from beneath the bed,
"I'm here."
Charlie sighed in relief and went down on all fours to look underneath the bed. Edward was back facing her as he curled up in a ball. Charlie winced at him doing this as a memory from ten years ago came back into her mind when she remembered Sammy being so upset that…
I've GOT to stop thinking about Sammy, she thought to herself as Charlie reached forward.
"Come out of there, buddy. It's not comfortable," she instructed.
"But I wanna stay here. I'm playing pretend," replied Edward.
"Pretend? What are you pretending to be, or do?" persisted Charlie as she tilted her head in confusion. Edward did not reply. Charlie remained confused before she remembered the playground. She hummed as she sat down, back pressed against the bed.
"You know, Eddie. There's another way you can pretend you're in a safe space. More comfortable," she said.
"W-What?" answered Edward. Charlie hummed as she thought of an idea. She then looked down.
"If you come out, I'll show you," she insisted. There was silence for a moment before Edward could be heard shuffling. Soon, he slugged out and looked up at Charlie. Charlie smiled as she soon stood up and undid the cover of her bed. She looked at her and gestured to the bed. Edward looked confused, but he complied and crawled into it. Charlie took off her boots as she followed him, enveloping themselves in the cover.
"See? Comfortable, isn't it?" she asked with an assuring smile. Edward looked around, inspecting the surroundings. Then, he looked at Charlie.
"It's like being in a tent in a forest or jungle," mused Edward, and Charlie could see a faint glimpse of something in Edward's eyes. Something positive, it seemed. Smiling, she scooted closer to Edward, and that was when Edward looked at her.
"Miss Charlie?" he asked.
"Hm?" she asked.
"I…I'm sorry,"
Charlie blinked in confusion.
"For what?" she asked.
"You…you were right about Freddy. You said he made you uncomfortable. I let him inside. It's…It's…" whimpered Edward. Charlie frowned as she scooted closer and placed a hand on his cheek.
"Edward, no. Don't blame yourself for this. I-I'm the one who's at fault," she said. Edward looked at her, and Charlie continued,
"When Miss Vanessa brought him inside, she mentioned a feature inside that would stop Freddy from acting violent, as they had problems with that before. B-But I wasn't paying attention, and that's how you almost died, and that woman might never talk again. So the blame's on me. Okay?"
She cupped their hands together as she explained, her voice quivering as she held in tears. Edward looked at her, stunned by what she said. Charlie stared at him, holding in her cries. Then, Edward responded by tightening his hold on her hands affectionately.
"You were scared of Freddy," he explained. Charlie shook her head.
"That's no excuse. I…I needed to be more responsible. And starting now, I'm gonna do my best to be better," she explained. Edward looked at her, seeing the determined look on her face, before scooting forward.
"Miss Charlie. Promise me you won't leave me. C-Cassidy's hardly around, and Freddy…" he paused, looking down sadly. Charlie gently picked him up and placed him on her legs.
"Honey, put your ears on my chest. I want you to listen to something," she instructed. Edward did so, and he heard a rhythmic beating inside. He blinked as he gave a soft smile.
"I heard this before when mommy hugged me. She says it's something called uh…hmm…I forgot," he mumbled.
"It's called a heartbeat, Eddie. And you wanna know something important about it?" went Charlie. Edward looked up as he listened to the heartbeat.
"I don't know anything about a 'Cassidy,' and Freddy…well, that Freddy's a machine. But when you listen to this heartbeat…as long as you hear this heartbeat, I won't leave you. You can trust me," she explained as she held him close, gently rocking him sideways. She then looked down to see Edward looking at her with a hopeful smile, which warmed her heart. Charlie held him close, and Edward leaned into her body.
After a moment of silence, Edward looked up at her and smiled.
"You're the best, Charlie. Oh, I mean Miss," he stuttered, but Charlie placed a thumb on his lip.
"It's okay. If it makes you more comfortable, then you can drop the 'Miss.' I don't mind," she assured. Edward smiled and nodded before looking away.
"You're nice. You and your friends…including Miss Jessica," he replied with a slight frown. Charlie nodded.
"Actually, I've been meaning to talk to you about Jessica. She told me about what you told her and the others. Is it true that you're scared of her because of what your father said?" she asked.
"Mmhm. But after seeing how she was earlier, I…I don't know now," Edward admitted.
"Uh-huh. Well, Edward, I want you to know; while Jessica may have been a brat when she was little, she's an amazing person now. I've followed her online, and she's one of the sweetest, smartest, and most selfless friends I've ever had. She's also forgiving (mainly to those whom she feels deserves it), so the next time you see her, please give her a chance. Can you do that?" explained Charlie with a pleading smile.
Edward looked down and rubbed his nose.
"Will she let me? Can I still be friends with her?" he asked, unsure.
"Of course, baby. I trust her and my other friends, so I'm sure you can, too," replied Charlie as she gently booped him in the nose, making Edward giggle. Charlie laughed as well as she then asked,
"Are you feeling better now? Do you wanna come out of the tent?"
Edward nodded. Charlie smiled as she removed the cover, exposing them to the sunlight and making Edward wince briefly.
"Can we watch cartoons?" he asked.
"Of course. I think I have something in my mind that you're gonna LOVE!" Charlie said as she picked him up and walked out of the room.
For Charlie and Edward, this was a period of calm that they deserved. But they do not know of the storm coming their way…
AN: Hey, everyone!
Another chapter of this story is out of the way. It's a bit of a slow burner, but I promise; the next one will definitely pick up! Also, I made a change in this and the last chapter regarding one of the characters to accommodate the release of the Ruin gameplay trailer.
Speaking of which, we ate GOOD last month with the trailers for the FNAF movie, the Ruin gameplay trailer, and Help Wanted 2. Not to mention Scott's birthday yesterday (at the time of my writing this (Happy Belated Birthday, Scott!)), so this year has been good for FNAF. Looking forward to all of these future games!
Also, the lore reveals with the recent TFPP books…good thing I'm not too deep into this and my SB fanfics, so I can still adjust to them! Hehehe…
Well, anyway…that's all I've got to say! Hope you enjoy it, leave any respectful and constructive criticisms if you have any, and stick around for more!
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2023.06.05 18:44 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 06/05/23

Last updated: 06/05/23 12:43:42 EST


Note Description
Italics Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.
Strikethrough Pitched back to back days.
Bold Recent transaction.
L3:## Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.
*** SP first start.
** SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.
* SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.


ARI Miguel CastroL3:34, Andrew ChafinL3:26 Scott McGoughL3:13 Austin AdamsL3:23, Kyle Nelson, José Ruiz, Kevin GinkelL3:11 Drey JamesonL3:45
ATL Raisel IglesiasL3:21 Nick AndersonL3:11 Collin McHughL3:34 A.J. MinterL3:10, Jesse ChavezL3:24, Joe Jiménez, Kirby Yates AJ Smith-ShawverL3:39
BAL Félix BautistaL3:16 Yennier CanoL3:28 Bryan BakerL3:15 Mike BaumannL3:28, Cionel PérezL3:11, Keegan AkinL3:24, Austin VothL3:13 Bruce ZimmermannL3:28
BOS TBR Brayan Bello Kenley JansenL3:43 Chris MartinL3:13 Josh WinckowskiL3:16 Kutter CrawfordL3:40, Justin GarzaL3:26, Brennan BernardinoL3:36, Kaleb OrtL3:22, Corey KluberL3:40 Nick Pivetta
CHC @SDP Kyle Hendricks* Mark Leiter Jr.L3:13, Adbert AlzolayL3:6 Michael FulmerL3:39 Brandon HughesL3:26 Jeremiah EstradaL3:25, Julian MerryweatherL3:34, Javier Assad Hayden Wesneski
CHW Kendall GravemanL3:21 Joe KellyL3:41 Reynaldo LópezL3:32 Liam HendriksL3:32, Keynan MiddletonL3:17, Aaron Bummer, Gregory SantosL3:12 Garrett Crochet
CIN MIL Andrew Abbott*** Alexis DíazL3:13 Buck FarmerL3:6 Ian GibautL3:13 Lucas SimsL3:14, Alex YoungL3:16, Fernando CruzL3:40 Eduardo SalazarL3:39
CLE Emmanuel ClaseL3:34 James KarinchakL3:30 Trevor StephanL3:8 Eli Morgan, Enyel De Los SantosL3:24, Sam HentgesL3:12, Nick SandlinL3:27 Xzavion Curry
COL Justin LawrenceL3:20 Pierce Johnson Jake BirdL3:24 Brent SuterL3:36, Daniel BardL3:25, Brad HandL3:26, Matt CarasitiL3:33 Peter Lambert
DET @PHI Joey Wentz* Alex LangeL3:38 Jason FoleyL3:32 Will VestL3:34 José CisneroL3:16, Chasen ShreveL3:13, Tyler HoltonL3:19, Mason EnglertL3:21, Tyler Alexander Garrett Hill
HOU @TOR Brandon Bielak Ryan PresslyL3:19 Bryan AbreuL3:35 Hector NerisL3:22 Rafael MonteroL3:13, Phil MatonL3:42, Ryne StanekL3:27 Seth Martinez
KCR @MIA Carlos Hernández** Scott BarlowL3:31 Aroldis ChapmanL3:10 Taylor ClarkeL3:38 Josh StaumontL3:26, Jose CuasL3:18, Nick WittgrenL3:30, Jackson KowarL3:23 Mike Mayers
LAA Carlos EstévezL3:11 Chris DevenskiL3:28 Jacob WebbL3:12 Ben JoyceL3:31, Aaron Loup, Sam BachmanL3:38, José SorianoL3:12 Tucker Davidson
LAD Evan PhillipsL3:20, Brusdar GraterolL3:16, Caleb FergusonL3:23 Yency AlmonteL3:14, Shelby MillerL3:11, Victor GonzálezL3:5, Alex VesiaL3:8 Tayler ScottL3:32
MIA KCR Braxton Garrett Dylan FloroL3:14 Tanner ScottL3:33 Huascar Brazoban Steven OkertL3:13, JT ChargoisL3:18, Andrew NardiL3:13, George SorianoL3:61 Bryan Hoeing
MIL @CIN Julio Teheran* Devin WilliamsL3:40 Peter StrzeleckiL3:25 Joel PayampsL3:18 Hoby Milner, Elvis PegueroL3:30, Trevor MegillL3:35, Bennett Sousa, Jake Cousins Bryse WilsonL3:41
MIN Jhoan DuranL3:26 Brock StewartL3:15 Jorge LópezL3:31 Caleb ThielbarL3:10, Emilio PagánL3:4, Jovani MoranL3:32, Griffin JaxL3:11 José De LeónL3:12
NYM David RobertsonL3:28, Adam OttavinoL3:17 Brooks RaleyL3:13 Drew SmithL3:25, Jeff BrighamL3:26, Dominic LeoneL3:27, Tommy Hunter, Stephen NogosekL3:47 Josh Walker
NYY Clay HolmesL3:33, Michael KingL3:33, Wandy PeraltaL3:27 Ron Marinaccio, Albert AbreuL3:17, Tommy KahnleL3:29, Jimmy Cordero Nick Ramirez
OAK @PIT JP Sears* Trevor MayL3:8 Shintaro FujinamiL3:19 Sam MollL3:15 Richard LoveladyL3:20, Lucas ErcegL3:47, Austin PruittL3:40, Sam LongL3:39 Ken WaldichukL3:34
PHI DET Aaron Nola Craig KimbrelL3:11 Seranthony DomínguezL3:10 Matt StrahmL3:22 Gregory SotoL3:14, Connor BrogdonL3:45, Jeff HoffmanL3:36, Andrew VasquezL3:42, Yunior MarteL3:27 Dylan CoveyL3:27
PIT OAK Johan Oviedo David BednarL3:42 Colin HoldermanL3:45 Dauri MoretaL3:25 Jose HernandezL3:15, Yohan RamirezL3:23, Angel PerdomoL3:33, Chase De Jong Rob ZastryznyL3:22
SDP CHC Blake Snell* Josh Hader Nick MartinezL3:14 Steven WilsonL3:26 Tim HillL3:14, Tom CosgroveL3:32, Brent HoneywellL3:15, Domingo TapiaL3:37 Drew CarltonL3:56
SEA Paul Sewald Justin TopaL3:22 Trevor GottL3:27 Matt BrashL3:34, Gabe SpeierL3:26, Tayler SaucedoL3:39, Matt FestaL3:47 Chris FlexenL3:51
SFG Camilo DovalL3:13 Tyler RogersL3:9 John BrebbiaL3:11 Taylor RogersL3:12, Scott AlexanderL3:2, Ryan WalkerL3:13, Luke JacksonL3:19, Jakob JunisL3:45, Tristan Beck Sean Manaea
STL @TEX Adam Wainwright* Ryan Helsley, Giovanny GallegosL3:20 Jordan HicksL3:29 Andre PallanteL3:17 Génesis CabreraL3:33, Drew VerHagen, Chris StrattonL3:13 Steven MatzL3:23
TBR @BOS Shane McClanahan Jason AdamL3:14, Colin PocheL3:25, Kevin KellyL3:4, Jalen BeeksL3:37 Robert StephensonL3:30, Jake DiekmanL3:8, Shawn ArmstrongL3:27 Calvin FaucherL3:15
TEX STL Martín Pérez Will SmithL3:7 Grant AndersonL3:14 Brock BurkeL3:19 José LeclercL3:35, Jonathan HernándezL3:26, Josh SborzL3:21, Cole RagansL3:14 John KingL3:37
TOR HOU Alek Manoah Jordan RomanoL3:16 Erik SwansonL3:24 Nate PearsonL3:31 Tim MayzaL3:6, Trevor RichardsL3:16, Adam CimberL3:11, Yimi García, Anthony Bass Jay Jackson
WSN Kyle FinneganL3:34, Hunter HarveyL3:16 Carl Edwards Jr.L3:20 Andrés MachadoL3:36, Mason ThompsonL3:37, Chad KuhlL3:24, Erasmo RamírezL3:18 Thaddeus WardL3:26


Date Team Player Category Description
6/4 BOS Brennan Bernardino PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/4 BOS Kaleb Ort PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/4 DET Garrett Hill PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/4 MIN Caleb Thielbar INJURIES Activated from 15-Day IL
6/4 MIL Bennett Sousa PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/4 PIT Chase De Jong PROMOTION Contract selected from minors
6/4 SFG Tristan Beck PROMOTION Recalled from minors
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2023.06.05 18:12 Axumite_Tegaru Extract from "The Ethiopians: An Introduction to Country and People" by Edward Ullendorff which state that Welkait was under Tigray. Check out the linked tweets for some commentary.

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