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2023.06.02 09:14 Melodic_Astronaut938 The Dallas airport is testing out EV charging bots that roll around like suitcases

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2023.06.02 08:17 WildernessTech Trip food report: Italy

The other half of my recent trip was Italy, so here's the general breakdown:
AIC (Italy Celiac Association): get their app, it lists all of the accredited restaurants which makes life easier. There are other places that also offer gluten-free options, but the requirements for accreditation are very high, so not all places will have it, but in general, it was a quite helpful app and worth the subscription cost. As for the standards, I'm not sure what all is in there, but it includes stuff like different colored plates for GF items and such, so it's no small undertaking.
A couple of words in Italian (since most waiters speak English pretty well) is Celiachia and Senze glutene, those will get you the english printed menu, and usually the specific gluten free one. (Duo-lingo was not as helpful as I'd hoped), but even the waiters with the least english were very up to speed and that was enough to have a few places tell me that they couldn't serve me.
Rome: Easy mode. Lots of places to eat, full range of price and food options, gelato for days.
Fano (small town on the Adriatic coast): Somewhat more challenging, only a few options, but when your option is getting fresh pasta from a Michelin rated restaurant that also sells their stuff to make at home, life is pretty good. Only one celiac safe gelato place (Life is full of compromises) but for a small town, it was very easy.
Venice: Oddly tougher. Only two rated restaurants in the actual main city (make reservations), more on the mainland (but expect to drive or take a bus) there were a few non-accredited restaurants, but that limited selection on the menus, one place was down to only a couple GF dishes when we hit there for lunch. Also expect to pay Venice prices (avoid outdoor dining with table-cloths) While our one meal was a very great dinner for a date, and was actually worth the 150euro pricetag, most of the dining was a bit overpriced, and so for the couple days we were there, we tried to stick to cheaper options, but it wasn't easy and took a level of risk. It's an expensive city, so that is just a factor. The food was all quite good, just more expensive than it would be in most other cities. Easy to get a coffee or gelato for only a few euro, but harder to get lunch, and for our last evening I had to hit a Lidl for some food because there was nothing worth risking closer than the 1 km walk to get there from the airbnb. The compromise of staying nearer the airport (and for much cheaper) than out on the island.
Some other thoughts, there are a lot of approved GF beers in Italy, but you will want to decide if you are comfortable with their standards. They are tested to below 10ppm, but many are gluten removed. I had one that was a rice based beer as I didn't want to risk anything else at that point in time, but it's worth considering. I'm going to guess that given the number I saw, they are doing fine for most people, but as we know, people vary. I also didn't go to Italy for beer, so I mostly stuck to the wine and aperitifs. There are lots of what Italians call "supermarkets" which are really just corner grocery stores, so if you want to find something, it's easy enough to quickly look through a few of them to find everything you need, especially if you are in a city like Rome, since they are all over the place. I'd say that their packaging is a bit better than Australia, way better than the US and Canada, so even if you are not wanting to scan/translate every package, you can get by with just looking for the logos for the most part.
So far the ratings of easiest to travel for food are: 1. Italy 2. Ireland 3. UK 4. Australia/US/Canada (region specific) 5. Egypt
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2023.06.02 06:12 ExtensionSalad7836 Covid in household

Hi there! I (41M) got COVID and tested positive (PCR and Rapid) on 5/26. I was already a few days in at that point. I have texted negative on 5/31 and 6/1 on rapid tests, but the rest of my family (wife 42F, son 4M, daughter 1F) tested positive today. Only my wife has symptoms and they are like a legit. I dropped my quarantine and we dropped our masks since we are all sick.
Given that my spouse is pretty sick, is it possible that she could give the kids a higher viral load, or me that as well as cause a rebound? I’m not sure how this works when you all clearly have the same strain. I’ve been and would like to continue helping her and hanging out with her—since it’s the same variant.
Demographic info: I used a 5 day dose of Paxlovid. My wife started hers and took 1 dose.
I have asthma, as does she. We are both overweight but not obese (BMI of 26 - 195lbs, 6’2)
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2023.06.02 05:07 TimelyCommission1953 Seeking most “organic” and safest TRT for my wife to help her boost immune system and heal from chronic parasite infestation

Hello, my wife has been battling internal and external parasites called bird mites for 4 years. They only bite her and replicate for her, we have a PCR test proving her parasitic infestation of these mites on her skin.
We’ve tried an endless list of internal and external treatments, and from our research and study, the vast majority of people who get these types of parasites are women.
We’re considering getting her some kind of testosterone injection or therapy in order to make her immune to these parasites, or at least help her immune system fight them off. She has normal levels of T from her last bloodwork. She’s outwardly muscular and fit looking from her clean eating and weightlifting. She doesn’t have any of the symptoms of low T, but we wonder if boosting her T up will give her the edge on these parasites.
We’re based in Florida, and would love to know if anyone has a recommendation for a doctor here, or has a testimony of how testosterone has helped them heal from sickness or boosted their immune system.
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2023.06.02 04:57 puterchickfl Gelato Ice Cream #17 - 27% thc 3.827% terps 🫰🏽🫰🏽

Gelato Ice Cream #17 - 27% thc 3.827% terps 🫰🏽🫰🏽
All aboard!
This is ⛽️ and may have upstaged my KKMints for my nightnight dose. I’m only 20 minutes in, I like the vibe so far 🤌🏽
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2023.06.02 04:28 Operator-rocky1 You’re fired

After my last go around rebuilding the Caps, I wasn’t even tanking, the team finished 28th my first season, did 2/4 goals, then I got fired. Left it on to test something which didn’t work, and all the hard work I did with scouting I had it done perfectly(in my opinion) had one I was going to draft to be the first alternate captain behind Ovi, and I’m supposed to do the draft without all my work? Not too mention the GM firing is not good at all. Earlier in the year I won the Stanley Cup with Buffalo, but since I didn’t meet any of the owner goals I get the boot, then you expect me to believe that only 4 teams offer me a contract? BS I am always turning off GM firing now. And no I won’t turn off owner mode because it’s not fun when you can hire 18 A rated scouts
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2023.06.02 03:58 Educational_Item9549 Negative Blood Test, Positive PCR

I’m just a bit confused, my blood test came back negative for herpes 1 & 2 but my swab came back positive for HSV 2. Could this be a false positive? The Dr didn’t even know where to swab when she took the swab because there were no bumps or open sores and she even stated she was sure that I didn’t have herpes… I’m just so confused.
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2023.06.02 02:17 JustAThrowawaynow21 I just got diagnosed Tuesday

Hiya, I went into the urgent care on Sunday because I out of nowhere had stomach cramps, horrible smelling diarrhea, and a fever. They told be that it could be anything cause it's just been a day but gave me a test to do just in case cause I had just finished a round of clindamycin about ten days earlier.
The test had came back positive, it was a cdiff toxin antigen pcr and they prescribed me some vanco. I got that just yesterday evening and started taking it as well as taking it today. I've already started feeling a lot better than Sunday and Monday but my mind is racing (I was already quite anxiety prone) and I'm like kinda worried that I don't have cdiff cause it wasn't a toxin text and that im just taking antibiotics for no reason. I dont/can't see my pcp until August 1st
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2023.06.02 00:33 Melodic-Pumpkin-5518 Gastroenteritis, pcr pos, tox neg

Hi. I’ve been sick with something that caused terrible vomiting and diarrhea over the weekend. I now just have diarrhea. I’m PCR positive and toxin neg. Waiting for other test results to come back. Frustrated because I had c diff in 2021 and three negative PCRs since then. Have an appt with my GI doc tomorrow. Wondering- it seems the toxin test has a high rate of false negatives, what’s your experience with that? I’m worried my doc will want to start meds based on my symptoms. He’s brilliant so I imagine he’ll be level headed about it. And, at least this time, I can try dificid since vanco was really hard on me. Any experiences people can share would be appreciated. I’ve just been sobbing in fear. I hate c diff PTSD.
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2023.06.01 23:23 cloverdalex F-35s could test development: 192-unit apartment buildings proposed near airport

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2023.06.01 22:58 Lucky-Mortgage-9329 Is this HERTSMI ok for a home we’re looking to move into? It scored an 8

Is this HERTSMI ok for a home we’re looking to move into? It scored an 8
Still very sick so wanting to make sure this is low enough to recover in
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2023.06.01 22:03 NewCheesecake8746 AITA for expecting a thank you from my best friend’s boyfriend?

Last week my best friend and her boyfriend went away on a trip and I watched his 2 dogs for them. My friend lives with him, but also has her own place, so the dogs are technically his. I watched them for 9 days with no pay.
A little background about my living situation. I live in a smallish apartment and have a small rabbit. I usually do not have any other animals in the apartment because of this. About a month before their trip, my friend asked if I could do a “test run” with their dogs to see if it would work with my bunny. I agreed (only because the dogs are very small and I would keep them separate from my rabbit) and it went well so they had me watch them while they were away.
Everything turned out fine other than them running out of wet food at the end and I had to go find it and buy it. I was paid for that later though. No pay was discussed before I watched them, which was fine, but my friend thanked me countless times and brought my boyfriend and I souvenirs from their trip which was very nice. However, it rubbed me the wrong way that her boyfriend, who owns the dogs, did not say thank you to me once. Yes, she is my best friend but I still feel like he should have said something. I even drove them to the airport and picked them up.
My friend can tell something is a bit off but I don’t know if I am being an asshole and expecting an apology from him even though she thanked me. I’ve had issues with her boyfriend in the past so maybe I’m just overthinking.
TL;DR: I watched my best friend’s boyfriends 2 dogs for over a week with no pay and he didn’t thank me or say anything at all.
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2023.06.01 20:18 Long-Disaster8856 Buffalo Hump?

Buffalo Hump?
I tested for high testosterone and I am fighting my doctor to get me tested for cushings as I have purple stretch marks as well as other symptoms. Curious if this looks like a Buffalo hump as well
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2023.06.01 20:02 Lucidification Squishing the fish in the Buffalo airport!

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2023.06.01 19:57 TermFine370 Hoping to help someone the way you all helped me.

Hi! This may be a little long but I wanted to share my experience cause I know there is a lot of ladies who are in the same boat with me and just need to hear something or anything to feel less alone, because I know how much pressure society, family, religion or ourselves put on towards being a mother. When I was 26 I found out I was pregnant, at the time - abortion was never a thought. The reason for that was because I was so naive and had no idea what I was getting into. Was hopeful for the future even tho the dad was a POS and we didn't have a pot to piss in - I just knew we could still make it work, because i had that desire to make it work, years later we are doing great. Now, I'm 32, I'm a little older, I'm actually less patient but still blooming from leaving that soul draining relationship I was in with her dad. I just knew I had to get through a small time frame (her being 2-5, hard years!) And everything would fall into place. It did. I'm finally here.
I got with a guy and we did the pull out method (never again) and I had a positive test 2 weeks later. I went through all the phases. Happy, scared, emotional, angry. I even got attached to the baby and could swear it was a boy. My daughter is always asking for a sibing and I'd finally be able to give one to her. Then, I started thinking about my future, thinking of all the things that would change and how it would put me into the entire opposite spot of where I wanted my life to be, where I just got out from. I just knew my only chance was an abortion, something once so far from my mind became front and center because I wasn't naive anymore, I knew exactly what was in store for me. I was not ready for that. I'm allowed to not be ready.
ultimately I made the call to the clinic and went for my consultation - without judgement and after going through the options I decided on SA. I picked SA cause you're sedated and don't think about what's happening. I was tired of thinking. The whole time at clinic, I felt at ease. Like I was doing the right thing although it once was against my moral fiber. I know the fighting we do with ourselves over this and I just want to assure you that if you are positive having a MA or SA is a good solution for your life and your circumstances then just trust your gut. Sometimes we have to turn our brain off and just listen to our body. Never once did my gut say run far away from here. It told me it was okay to be here.
When you're in these shoes, faced with such a incredibly hard decision it's so imperative to be with gentle hands in health care. My heart breaks for the women in banned states having to face this alone or with the threat of imprisonment and you just deserve soooo much more than that.
So I want to end this with, if you are certain you want to proceed with a MA or SA. Please be aware that there is a facility here in Florida, next to busses and airports, that can help you make this happen. They offer transportation in sensitive cases and they also have financial assistance. If you want more details let me know but like I said it's vital you have a good supportive system and are treated like the good person you are. I had mine at 930 a.m this morning and I had no pain, I didn't even remember it and now I'm just resting at home and I'm very comfortable right now but that can be the meds still lol. Just know you're not alone and I left feeling just as certain on my decision as when I got there. Just trust yourself.
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2023.06.01 19:08 JRey2020 Not sure what to do anymore

Tested negative on an antigen today but had a night when my breathing felt very shallow and have chronic low intensity left hand side chest pains now.
Paracetamol hasn’t helped.
I thought I’d bookmarked someone’s post about what to do to try and minimise symptoms if you get reinfected, but I can’t find it 😞
I was at the dentist yesterday and her room didn’t have any window, might have had low strength air con (which is very bad if it was recirculating air 😞🤦‍♂️)
There was an older woman in the waiting area with a chronic Covidy dry cough but there wasn’t really anywhere else I could go and wait without going right outside…
My brother does a routine antigen every Thursday as he shares a house with others half the week and today he’s had one negative and one positive test.
I don’t think it’s possible to get a PCR test where I am anymore without going to A&E (the emergency room to US readers).
Only about a week ago I felt I was back at about 70% after long Covid mainly with gut issues, but still no post exercise endorphins.
Incidentally a friend who hasn’t had Covid as far as he knows the same age as me who is a more prolific runner and cyclist says he doesn’t have any endorphins post exercise either, so we wondered if there might be another cause of that particular issue.
Anyhow, in summary, I don’t know what the hell to do any more.
I was feeling better ever so briefly and now I feel horrible again.
No one wears masks and 98% of people never test. The dentist isn’t safe. Doctor surgery isn’t safe. Hospitals aren’t safe.
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2023.06.01 18:09 burritobitch1999 Positive toxin

Hi- I am 24F and have tested positive twice for c dif toxin AB. For reference I am an RN so exposure very likely. I have had IBS (on and off constipation or diarrhea) since I was 10 years old. My naturopath tested me for c dif toxin last year in which it was positive - I did another stool test after saying I had no active c dif in stool. Long story short I got pregnant unexpectedly so discontinued seeing her til after pregnancy. Fast forward now I am 9 months post partum and we re did a pcr test that shows I am still positive for AB toxin C dif. What I’m mostly worried about is my baby getting this. He has been constipated since switching to formula however last week we thought he got a stomach bug (fever, vomiting) and now has linger watery diarrhea. I really don’t know how to preceded here. I do not have any out of the ordinary symptoms and feel fine. Is it possible this is a false positive? Any advice please would be appreciated
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2023.06.01 17:51 Able_Possession8736 Defending the Draft 2023: WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

Defending the Draft: 2023 Washington Commanders 8-8-1
This 2023 season will be the most interesting for the Commanders franchise in a long long time. We enter this season with more uncertainty than I have ever been a part of, however, the one thing the fan base is certain of... is the future is brighter. Dan Snyder purchased the franchise in 1999 and subsequently done nothing but run a blue blood franchise into the ground. This team has lacked direction for a long time and a large part of that was due to Dan Snyder's meddling in the day-to-day football operations of the team. Starting his ownership with signing washed up HOF veterans, to then overspending in free agency (Albert Haynesworth is arguably the worst free agent signing of all time), drug scandal with thetraining staff, the mishandling of the RG3 and Kirk Cousins situation, Not resigning Trent Williams, and lastly we've now reached tumultuous time where his off the field issues have hung a dark cloud over a once proud franchise. Although, lol, his most egregious mistake may be hiring Jim Zorn as head coach. It's egregious that his only punishment is a 6 billion dollar payout for his franchise. I hope the banks bury him and he faces the deserved legal actions. As of now there had been an agreement to sell the franchise to 76'rs and NJ Devils owner, Josh Harris.... and is 20ish members of his parliament. We await to hear news of the reviews from the NFL financial committee to close out the process. Last news I came across was he has cut down the number of minority owners to 20. It will be a pleasure when this agreement is finalized. He could be a terrible owner, but it would still be an upgrade from Synder. Harris, seemingly has been a hands off owner and properly allows the people he's hired to operate the team. This last sports season he's had both of his teams deep in the playoff hunt. This season will be interesting. A lot of questions all around: Sam Howell? Chase Young? Ron Rivera? Eric Bienemy? Josh Harris? I'm not sure of those answers, but I'm very excited to find them out.
HC- Ron Rivera OC- Eric Bieniemy DC- Jack Del Rio
Key Additions: Eric Bieniemy
Ole' Riverboat Ron Rivera is back and going into his 4th season with the Washington Commanders, hopefully his last. I believe Ron Rivera is a leader of men, but I highly question his actual coaching skills and team building. I've currently seen enough of this coaching regime and front office to safely say let's move on. There's been several things that I believed were firable offenses.... the Carson Wentz trade. Some rumors have said that this was a Snyder push. Not entirely positive, but Ron bragged that it was his call. Our team at that point was not a qb away from being really good, let alone a Carson Wentz level of qb. The next fireable offense was starting Wentz over Hienke when the playoffs were on the line. Wentz ended up being benched for Hienke, but it was too little too late. The next fireable offense was not realizing we were eliminated from the playoffs. Going into the last week of the season Ron planned on starting Hieneke. Pretty odd to not know you're out of the playoffs, let alone to test Sam Howell out for next season. Additionally, there's been some pretty questionable roster creation decisions. I absolutely hate the versatile secondary and offensive line philosophy. We currently have a patch work offensive line that has the means to fluctuate between average to below average. Not a single player on the line is top 5 at their respected position. Two years ago we had a top 10 o-line, but that had Brandon Sherff playing like a top 5 guard and Charles Leno having his best season. Our o-line took a significant step back this past season and now looks to be our biggest weakness. Ron has shown to trust his own board and has reached (according to the consensus big board) with every single pick so far. People mistake 2019 as one of his drafts ( Sweat, McLaurin, Holcomb), but he was hired at the end of the season. Take this with a grain of salt as it takes at least 3 years to properly review a draft. Rons 1st round picks have been the following: 2020 pick 2 Chase Young- the correct pick at the time, but hard to botch the 2nd overall pick, 2021 pick 19 Jamin Davis- hated the pick at the time, too early for a linebacker... let a lone a project. On tape he looked lost a lot and made up for it with his elite athleticism. He's shown progress, but nothing showing he's worthy of the pick. 2022 pick 16 Jahan Dotson- looks to be an absolute baller, had him ranked above Olave in the pre-draft process. Was a slight reach above the consensus board, but flashed high end ability. Davis has been the only mistake in the 1st round thus far. When I say mistake I don't necessarily mean player, but the roster building philosophy. Whether reaching on Phidarian Mathis in the 2nd round of 2022. Lol, he was older than Payne coming out of the draft, one year of good production, and was taken a round too early. In the next round Brian Robinson was taken and was really just a body. Haven't really seen anything elite with him so far and was a meh pick. John Bates in the 4th round was egregious. Now I have to give credit where it's due. Kam Curl was an absolute steal and can solidify himself as top 5 safety this season if he continues to play this well. Our other starting safety in Darrick Forest also had a lot of bright spots playing this past season.
Arguably, our best offseason move was signing Eric Bieniemy. I'm absolutely excited. Forget everything about him not calling the plays. Reports from OTA's shows his hands on approach and full control of the offense. One of my favorites things I've heard is he is using OTA's to see what the players can do and crafting the offense to their abilities. Time and time again (Scott Turner) you see coaches say this is the offense and not change anything to match the players strengths. We don't know for sure how the offense will look, but if it's anything close to the motion west coast offense the Chiefs have... boy lessssss gooooooo. Jack Del Rio has been up-and-down in his time in Washington. He's had two very slow starts with the defense to start year, however, they've finished strong and kept his job safe. This is really the no excuse year and everyone needs to show up amd show out.
Free Agency:
Key Departures:
Taylor Hieneke- signed with the Falcons
Cole Holcolm- signed with the Steelers
Bobby McCain- signed with the Giants
Carson Wentz- TBD
J.D. McKissic- TBD
Trai Turner TBD
Andrew Norwell- will be released when he passes a physical
In my personal oppinion, the only player that hurt losing in free agency was Cole Holcolm. Linebacker is our one weak spot on defense, however, not resigning Holcolm shows Ron's belief in Jaymin Davis's progression. Cole was limited to 7 games last season and has yet to truly break out. Always played very solid and losing him downgraded the position. We've moved on from both starting guards from last year in Norwell and Turner (previously on the Panthers). Both players were liabilities last season and the guard position was easily upgradeable. Bonny McCain was a solid do it all for is player. Lined up at corner, safety, and nickel throughout the season. Hieneke was a big fan favorite, but was never the answer. We thank you for your service though. Carson Wentz, fuck you. Loved J.D. and his time here, suffered a major injury. Not sure if he gets picked up hy another team.
Key Additions:
Andrew Wiley- 3 years for 24 million, 12 guaranteed. Previously on the Chiefs
Nick Gates- 3 years for 16.5 million, 8 million guaranteed. Previously on the Giants
Jacoby Brissett- 1 year for 8 million, 7.5 million guaranteed. Previously on the Browns
Cody Barton- 1 year for 3.5 million, 3.5 million guaranteed. Previously on the Seahawks
Simple. In free agency the Commanders did not overspend and tackled positions of need. None of the players signed are top 5 at their position, however, they could all possibly end up being upgrades to what we have. The most interesting is Andrew Wiley. He allowed 9 sacks (tied for 3rd most)... but man he put on the performance of his life in the superbowl. Another stat that favors him is pass block win-rate, which measure if a lineman can sustain a block for 2.5 seconds. Wylie ranked 9th in that stat last season. I translate that stat to mean can a lineman sustain a block against thr initial rush and counter move off the snap. After that 2.5 seconds the ball is thrown or the play breaks down. Another key factor to this signing is it kicks Samuel Cosmi inside to guard. Cosmi has shown flashes being a high end lineman and I expect him to be even better kicking to guard from right tackle. Guard was our weakest position on the line and Wylie signing helped to upgrade the RG position. Nick Gates is expected to he our starting center. He's coming off of a brutal leg injury that made him consider retirement. Has played guard and center and has some positional flexibility. Jacoby Brissett is the best backup qb in thr league. A solid signing if Howell doesn't pan out. Just a solid game manager that doesn't commit many turnovers. Cody Barton is another unproven guy. Last year was his first year with significant reps. Bobby Wagner leaving in FA and Jordyn Brooks injury made em the guy. He showed flashes of coverage abilities and had a lot of tackles. The tackles weren't necessarily a product of his abilities and more so of cleaning up on a bad run defense team. I've read some notes that he has trouble getting off of blocks. Honestly, haven't watched much on the guy, but reports were he played solid down the stretch.
The Draft:
Round 1 Pick 16: Emmanuel Forbes- CB
Round 2 Pick 47: Jatavius Martin- NCB/S
Round 3 Pick 97: Ricky Stromberg- C/G
Round 4 Pick 118: Braeden Daniels- T/G
Round 5 Pick 137: KJ Henry-DE
Round 6 Pick 193: Chris Rodriguez-RB
Round 7 Pick 223: Andre Jones- DE/LB
Link to all RAS scores for our draft class
Round 1:16 Emmanuel Forbes 6'1" 174 lbs. Mississippi St
Stats: 58 targets, 31 catches allowed for 284 yards (23 yards a game), 3 tds allowed/ 6 ints, 9 forced incompletions, 2 dropped ints, 46 tackles.
PFF Grade: 87.2
If being a 160 pounds is your only knock then I think you're doing something alright. The word on the street is he is already up to 174 pounds. You wouldnt realize hes only 174 pounds by the way he plays the run. Hes not scared to hit and flies ro the ball. Although, he does struggle to get off of blocks. Emmanuel Forbes, per PFF, had the highest rating in man coverage last season, albeit the snap count was very miniscule. Emmanuel Forbes is a lanky corner than played a lot of zone coverage and is a very good scheme fit for what we do. I like the pick and I'm not upset about taking him over Gonzalez, who also had his own question marks. Forbes set a NCAA record with 6 pick sixes. A lot of those were the right place at the right time, but when you have that high of a number than you're doing something right.
Forbes is one of the best ballhawks in this class. Over the course of his three-year career, he came down with 13 interceptions. That’s four more than the next closest Power Five cornerback since 2020. Forbes was unbelievably dominant in man coverage in 2022, giving up only three catches while also snagging three interceptions. He also only allowed a 20% completion rate in man, the lowest among FBS
Remarkably lanky frame. Limbs for days — ideal for a corner.Has bounce like a hooper. He can challenge any catch point necessary. Elite ability to locate the football. All six of his interceptions came in man coverage.
Still a stick. Not much mass on his frame. Has eyes that get him in trouble. Some freelance tendencies on tape.Can get bowled over in the run game. Mediocre tackler over the course of his career.
Round 2: 47 Jartavius "Quan" Martin 5'11". 194 lbs Illinois
Stats: 74 targets, 42 catches allowed, 611 yards allowed, 3 tds allowed, 3 ints, 15 forced incompletions, 2 dropped ints, 4 missed tackles, 64 tackles.
PFF Grade: 73.2
Quan is a beast. I thought he was the 2nd best nickel prospect in the draft and a better deep safety than Brian Branch. Martin absolute rockets around the field in the run game. He started his career at cornerback before transitioning into the safety/nickel position. Another elite athlete that is a perfect fit for our Buffalo Nickel defense.
Martin came to Illinois and immediately started as a true freshman in 2018. He originally started off as an outside corner before becoming more of a slot corner recently. He had arguably his best year in 2022, as his 15 forced incompletions were tied for the sixth-most among Power-Five corners. Martin’s 91.0 run-defense grade also led all Power Five cornerbacks. While he played corner at Illinois, we project him more as a safety for the next level.
Explosive flat-foot breaks. Tremendous burst. Forceful and reliable tackler - 7 misses on the last 129 attempts last two seasons.Fills like a mac truck in the run game. Wants to come downhill and play in the backfield.
Pure man skills are work in progress. Overagressive and liability to bite on fakes. cons On the lighter side for an around the line of scrimmage player. Gets caught with his eyes in the backfield on run
Round 3: 97 Ricky Stromberg 6'3" 306 lbs Arkansas
Stats: 9 impact blocks, 11 qb hurries, 0 qb hits, 0 sacks allowed
PFF Grade: 82.4
Nasty. Another guard experience player that spent his last two years at the center position. Award winner of the Jacob's Blocking Trophy for the SEC'S most outstanding blocker award. This is a solid player that has started since he was freshman in the SEC. He's been battle tested since he was kid and has improved every year. He has some knocks about his play strength, but a NFL program should get em to where he needs to be.
Stromberg was a three-star recruit in the 2019 class and started for the Razorbacks as a true freshman, mostly at right guard. He moved inside to center for his sophomore season and spent his final three college seasons there. Stromberg’s 82.4 overall grade and 83.7 run-blocking grade in 2022 both ranked fourth among all centers in college football, and his nine big-time blocks were tied for fifth among FBS centers. Not to mention, Stromberg had an incredible performance at the NFL combine.
Does not want to let blocks go. Can see him straining his butt of to stay engaged on tape. Tons of experience against top competition. Four-year starter with 3,121 career snaps.
Forward lean gets going on the move, making him liable to topple over. Has wide hands to initiate contact in pass protection before resetting. Leaves himself open for stronger rushers.Unimpressive musculature, which leaves questions about how he'll anchor against NFL strength.
Round 4: Braeden Daniels 6'4" 296 lbs Utah STATS:
0 sacks allowed, 1 qb hit allowed, 14 hurries allowed.
PFF GRADE: 72.2 at tackle, 2021 84.4 at guard.
Braeden Daniels is another tackle/guard hybrid, with starting experience across his college career. This guy is on the lighter side but that allows him to be an Explosive athlete. Very raw at the tackle position and will be a developmental guy. I'd like to give em a try as our swing tackle and see how he performs. He was one of the quickest offensive lineman I've seen off the tape and that athleticism will let him climb to the next level. Even on the lightweight side I'd hate to see this guy running at me on the second level.
Daniels is an experienced veteran who commanded the Utes’ offensive line for the past few years. He originally started as a guard before switching over to tackle. His best season came in 2021, as he put up an 84.4 PFF grade. Given his time on the interior, Daniels is at his best when run blocking, and his run-blocking grade in 2021 was an elite 89.1. He still held his own as a pass protector, allowing only five sacks in his Utah career.
Explodes out of his stance. Arguably the quickest get off in the offensive line class. Linebackers don't want to see him climbing. Gets on them before they can even react. Drive in his lower half to still move the line of scrimmage despite being under 300 pounds.
Wild into contact. He approaches blocks with the adjustment ability of a freight train. consDoesn't bring his hands with him. Clean engagements are rare on tape. Very light by NFL standards (294 pounds at combine).
Round 5: 137 KJ Henry 6'4" 260 lbs Clemson
51 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 1 FF, 6 pass deflections, 50 qb pressures, 31 qb hurries, 14 qb hits.
Loved this pick. Henry was a 5 star recruit coming out of high-school and decided to attend Clemson University. With Clemson having deep lines it took him a couple of years to get on the field. The stats look odd when you only see 3.5 sacks, however, the 50 qb pressures is the key stat. Seems more like bad luck that the sack numbers weren't high. Clemson's whole d-line underperformed (Bresee, Murphey) and they should have picked up more sacks from Henry who was the best DE on that team last year. The team clearly liked him as we traded back up for him. He's not elite athlete, but he is an elite hands guy. Almost had that veteran presence in college. High motor and will immediately make an impact as a rotational de, a position that sorely needed an upgrade.
On a team with Myles Murphy, you can easily make the case that KJ Henry was Clemson's best defensive end this year, as he posted better PFF grades than Murphy in every category and even generated 19 more pressures. The only problem is That Henry is 24 years old while Murphy is only 21. Therefore, Henry was expected to produce this well against younger competition. Nonetheless, this doesn’t mean that he can’t still improve. If Henry's play this season is any indication of his potential, he can still have a great NFL career as an edge defender.
Heavy hands that are so well refined. Uses them independently to use combination moves.Utilizes hesitations and head fakes so well to catch linemen off-balance. Coaches rave about the type of teammate he is. He is the type of player you want in the locker room.
First step that's unimposing for a rusher on the smaller side. Late bloomer. Wasn't even a starter until this past fall. One of the oldest prospects in the class. Already 24 years old.
Round 6: 193 Chris Rodriguez 6'0" 217 lbs Kentucky
STATS: 8 games played, 175 attempts, 904 rushing yards, 6 tds, 5.2 ypa, 5 catches, 41 rec yards.
Chris Rodriguez is a PFF darling and was rated as the 7th best running back. This guy's is a pure one cut, run you over, power back. There's not much finesse to his game, but there's highlights of dragging guys 10-yards down the field. He does not posses break away speed, but he will get you 40 yards. He was suspended 4 games due to a dui and he may have been drafted higher on am abysmal Kentucky team. An extra 4 games of stats against SEC competition and no suspension may have jumped him into the 4th round. This was an Eric Bienemy guy and they brought him in because of that. Isiah Pacheco was another EB guy.
Rodriguez is a powerful runner, but he lacks the burst and creativity to become anything more than a downhill grinder. He has the size and mentality to do the dirty work between the tackles, but it could be a challenge for him to get to and through the hole quickly in the NFL. He’s a physical blitz protector, so teams might envision a role for him as a second-half battering ram and third-down quarterback protector.
Two-time team captain. Thick frame with ability to pick up tough yards. Makes tacklers feel his size at impact. Stays square getting through downhill cuts. Low success rate guaranteed for arm-tacklers. Stays on his feet through heavy angle strikes. Allows lead blockers to do their work. Steps up with force against incoming rushers.
Below-average burst getting through line of scrimmage. Lacks finesse to navigate tight run lanes. Change of direction is heavy. One-speed running style is easy to track for linebackers. Pad level is a little tall as run-finisher. Inconsistent finding assignment versus blitz.
Round 7: 233 Andre Jones 6'4" 248 lbs Louisiana
STATS: 7 sacks, 5 qb hits, 20 hurries.
Andre Jones was another hybrid de/lb player coming out last year. He possess 34 1/4" arms which is an elite number for his size. May move to LB, but I'm not sure that's the right move with a 4.71 40-yard dash. He doesn't have much a pass rush move set playing a hybrid role, but does use length to his advantage. A solid developmental pick.
Shows a natural feel for setting up blockers and getting them off-balance. His hands are active and violent, and Jones quickly disengages with blockers and counters when his initial move stalls. Possesses accurate snap anticipation and timing to beat blockers off the edge. Offers some versatility, rushing from a two-and three-point stance with the playing speed to stand up in space.Flashes strength as a bull rusher and his energy doesn't plateau. Showed initial quickness and good flexibility to dip and bend. Jones has active hands and suddenness to his movements, demonstrating the ability to counter inside. Has fluid footwork to redirect, reverse momentum and close with a burst. Regularly first off the ball with good snap anticipation. He’s a high-effort pass rusher with an impressive combination of length and speed.
Jones has to develop a counter move or two in the pass rush, and Jones needs to make better use of his hands. He lacks the speed of a chase and- tackle guy. He lacks twitch as a pass rusher and lacks the feet and flexibility to threaten around the edge. Jones also shows some stiffness when trying to bend the edge, often getting pushed past the pocket — he seems more comfortable countering back inside.
Draft Summary:
This was my favorite Ron Rivera/Martin Mayhew draft thus far. Going into the draft, offensive line, cornerback, and quarterback were our three biggest needs. Drafting in the middle of the round really took us out of the olineman race. The last one that interested me was Broderick Jones and he went off the board when the Steelers traded up. At that point in the draft it really left us with going cornerback. The Forbes pick was received negatively due to Christian Gonzalez being available. Both players will be viewed under the microscope throughout their careers. I'm fine with Forbes pick though. Another lanky cornerback who was an elite athlete. I did have Gonzalez rated higher going into the draft, but he slid for a reason. A lot of his tape shows him not necessarily being an elite cornerback, but being an elite athlete that plays corner. Forbes actually showed the athleticism, corner skills, and ballhawking ability. Some additional knocks against Gonazalez and his love of the game. Quan Martin was our biggest surprise pick of the draft. A lot of people had him going in the 3rd round, but I think the 2nd was a fine spot. Mayhew after the draft said he wish we were more aggressive at times, which I translated as not getting Brian Branch that went several picks before us. I think Quan was the backup option, but I like him as much as Branch. I think Quan will be a better deep safety and Bramch will be a better nickel. Liked Quan alot, but felt we should have gone o-line at this pick. Ocyrus Torrence would've been a sweet pick here. I think if that happened, the consensus view on our draft would shoot up. Quan will immediately via for playing time as our base defense is essentially a 4-2-5. Kendall Fuller was our only above average corner and now we turned our secondary into a strength. Ricky Stromberg and Braeden Daniels were our next two picks. I like Stromberg’s tape a lot and think by next he will be a solid starter at guard or center. Braeden Daniels will be a nice depth piece and if he's able to tame his play he could develop into a starter. Fun player to watch. KJ Henry was an awesome pick and can see him being a nice rotational piece. Good pick at an underrated area of need on our defense. RB wasn't a pressing need, but it's an underrated area of weakness. I think Brian Robinson is about as average of rb as you will see starting in the NFL. I wouldn't be surprised if Rodriguez slowly cut into Robinson's role over the next two years. Antonio Gibson has had some solid season, but has a severe fumbling problem. Andre Jones will be a depth piece that will need development moving forward.
Offseason summary:
The biggest question of our offseason was our owner, which now appears resolved. Our second biggest question... was who was our starting qb? Sam Howell. Ron preached all offseason that he was going with Howell and I'll be damned, he did. Brissett was good qb to bring in, not someone that would necessarily turn the offseason into a battle, but can be a starter if called upon. Really a true backup qb. I'm all in on the Sam Howell train. I love it for a multitude of reasons. One, he balls out and we have our qb of the future, two he plays well enough we give him another season and maybe Ron is out and we get a high draft pick, three he bombs and we fire Ron Rivera and go for Caleb Williams next season. If anything, it gives us a direction for our future. I'm ready for Ron to go and think he's only as good as his coordinators. I'm concerned that EB AND Howell turn the offense around Ron gets resigned and EB takes a head coaching role... then the offense regressed. Additionally, I don't want Ron to get credit for drafting Howell. It was 5th round pick, you and every team passed on him for 4 rounds. If Howell is that good... it's not because Ron was a genius and drafted him. Very similar to Seattle taking Russel. I am excited about EB being here and think he's the real deal. I will give Ron credit for allowing him to run his own offense as he sees fit. OTA's have shown that EB is pushing his guys hard and is trying to see what he can do with the offense. We really do have elite playmaker and I'm most excited to see what he can do with Antonio Gibson. I can see his role being that of Jerrick McKinnon, with more athleticism. Sam Howell has shown a lot of progress since his rookie season. Had issues with his foot work, but has shown vast improvements. We only have 1 preseason game and 1 NFL game of tape on him. I liked what he showed. When watching tape you could see him going through his progression, man absolutely saved the day wish his escapability- was under pressure the whole game, threw two beautiful deep passes, and won the game. He did throw one bad pick, but was under pressure and playing hero ball. He had one week of practice with the starters, now he has a whole offseason. Our defense should be a top 5 unit next season and we only got better. Chase Young should be fully healthy and he's the X-factor for the number one overall defense. He comes out plays to his full potential then he could be a mid teens sack guy. If we have that sort of production and Sam Howell plays well than we can compete for the decision. Big if though. Our secondary really lacked a 2nd option, Benjamin St Juyce has shown some flashes but didn't seeze the role last year. Now on paper he's the number and that's very solid. We return two top 6 defensive tackles and Montez Swear is one of the most underrated players in the league. He's yet to have a high sack season, but is very much that Jadaveon Ckowney type of player in the run game. Big question mark season for Jaymin Davis. We knew he needed development, but it's been slower than previously thought. Down the stretch he showed flashes that he was coming into his own and now is his year. He's one of the best athletes at linebacker in the league and his ceiling is very very high. Overall I predict we will go 10-7 and challenge for a wild card spot. That record can fluctuate each one, but I'm calling the improvement now. We went 8-8-1 with bottom 3 qb play. The defense got better, we hired a better offensive coordinator, Howell will at the minimum be slightly better than Hienke last season, we didn't lose any major pieces and had a solid all around draft. I'm truly excited to watch how our future plays out.
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2023.06.01 17:47 Frumple Minecart Rapid Transit [Creative] {1.19.4} {Greylist} {Freebuild}

Welcome to the Minecart Rapid Transit (MRT) Minecraft Server!
We are a tight-knit community of transit enthusiasts who love to build modern towns and cities, and the transportation networks that connect them together. On the server, you will find everything from rural towns to towering metropolises, grand train stations and expansive airports, and much more. Also on many weekends, you can find our members self-organizing and participating in special events on the server, including sports competitions and game shows.
Our Origins
The MRT was started in 2012 by our owner, Frumple, who originally intended the server to be a short-lived experiment to test his MRT Station v4.1 design, posted on his YouTube channel. The design was a fully-automated minecart station built purely using redstone and vanilla in-game mechanics within Minecraft. With the unexpected popularity of the server and the growth of our community, Frumple designed a version 5.0 of the MRT Station, which is now used to build MRT lines on our current world, known as the New World. While these stations are fully functional and you can ride them to get around, nowadays they are not traveled on very often and they are mainly used as central landmarks for members to build their towns and cities. Be sure to check out our Dynmap to see all of our cities and MRT lines.
Our Server
The MRT is a vanilla, greylisted, freebuild creative mode server.
How to Join
Once you have been accepted as a member, you can ask a staff member in-game for access to our private Discord server, and create an account on our wiki and start making edits. You can also start constructing your own buildings, found your own town or even your own company, and work to achieve higher player ranks for additional perks and privileges.
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2023.06.01 17:40 Ashbin Virginia COVID Report for June 1, 2023

NEW COVID CASES STATEWIDE FOR JUNE 1, 2023 Case numbers are from the previous day unless indicated otherwise
Total new cases reported: 284 (was 261 yesterday) 7-day average of new cases: 185.71 (was 172.00 yesterday, +7.97%) Cases per 100,000 Population: 2.162 (was 2.002 yesterday) Figures and Percentages may be slightly rounded as needed
INTERPRETATION: Cases Bit of an increase of cases from yesterday to today. Closing in on 300 again. Last time we were close to this daily case count was the beginning of May. We may be seeing the beginnings of a holiday travel bump.
The 7-day case average (case curve) went up almost eight percent. Case average went from 165 to 172 to 186 in just three days. Last time our average was was this high was May 18th.
If VDH has correct figures about 15 people went into the hospital over night, Hospitals may be seeing a minor increase, but nothing major (as far as I can tell).
Side Notes The CDC reports that Coronavirus vaccine injuries are rare, with more than 676 million doses having been administered nationwide since the shots were rolled out in late 2020.
Virginia News is thin and just retreads things I have already posted.
Total new cases reported: New COVID cases reported by VDH today.
7-day average of new cases: movement of case curve over the last 7-days
Cases per 100,000 population 7-day average (if known): within 100,000 people, how many were positive for COVID on a rolling 7-day cycle.
State 7-Day Positivity Rate (if included): The last state average percentage of PCR coronavirus tests performed that are positive. The lower the better.
Data from VDH
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