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The alt-right economy is failing. Here’s the real performance of anti-woke entrepreneurs

2023.06.06 20:17 Joadzilla The alt-right economy is failing. Here’s the real performance of anti-woke entrepreneurs
In commenting on Bob Iger’s defense of Disney’s values and brand in the face of threats from Florida Governor DeSantis, Nike CEO John Donahoe said, “I think Bob’s doing a great job at this. If it’s core to who you are and your values, then you stand up for your values.”
That spirit has been rewarded by the free market. Across many fronts, we have shown in quantitative analysis of business performance that doing good for society is not at the expense of doing well for shareholders, with clear examples ranging from Russian business exits to public engagement on voting rights.
Yet still, grandstanding political ideologues are using opportunistic attacks on iconic U.S. enterprises to showcase their own nascent anti-ESG businesses, and reportedly build a “parallel economy” catering to conservative constituencies. But far from flourishing, an objective review of the facts suggests these anti-wokester jokesters are financially foundering.
One little-known index fund provider, the American Conservative Values ETF (ACVF), recently received a flurry of media attention for boycotting Target over what they described as its “pandering to the woke agenda,” confidently declaring that their boycott of Target will ensure “Target stock’s long-term performance will suffer.”
Target stock is down, but in reality, the fund’s total holdings of Target amount to just $100,000–equivalent to the revenue that Target nets every 20 seconds. In fact, ACVF’s total assets under management are a rather measly $40 million–and many of their other “boycotted” companies–including iconic All-American enterprises such as Apple, Microsoft, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, Disney, Walmart, Coca-Cola, Salesforce, and JPMorgan–have performed quite well since being targeted by ACVF. Delta is up 10% this year, American is up 15% this year, Microsoft and Apple are both up over 40% this year and Salesforce is up 60%. Thanks in part to missing out on these top-performing stocks, ACVF is underperforming the S&P 500 by over 2% this year through June 1. No wonder even politically conservative investors stay away from these anti-woke ETFs.
ACVF’s struggles rather pale in comparison to those of its much larger and better-known rival, presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy’s Strive Asset Management. We have contacted both firms about our findings by phone and email, but their representatives directed us to figures published on their respective websites, which we checked–and double-checked.
The business models of both Strive and ACVF are similar: They construct exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, for mom-and-pop retail investors to passively track a basket of stocks, matching rather than trying to beat the broader market. Unlike hedge funds, these ETF providers do not care if the stocks go up, down, or sideways–rather, they get their money from fees charged on anyone who has their money in a Strive ETF. Most ETFs are very low-fee products–but the anti-woke ETFs come at a premium. BlackRock ETFs, for example, usually charge around 0.03% fees. Strive’s fees are comparatively higher at up to 0.41%–but nothing compared to ACVF’s 0.75% fee.
To survive over the long run, these nascent ETF providers need to continually attract new money from mom-and-pop investors. And that is exactly what it appears they are struggling to do. All the evidence, out in the open, shows that Strive has had a hard time attracting additional investor inflows beyond its original anchor investors after the launch of its ETFs last year. Its assets under management appear to have stagnated despite Ramaswamy’s loud media presence.
For example, its largest flagship ETF, the Strive US Energy ETF (DRLL), has almost exactly the same amount of assets under management (AUM) as of June 1, $320 million, that it did when it was launched in August/September 2022, and its AUM is down nearly 25% from the start of this year.
Fully half of Strive’s eight current ETF products–including the Strive 1000 Growth ETF, the Strive 1000 Value ETF, the Strive 1000 Dividend Growth ETF, and the Strive Small-Cap ETF–have less than $12 million assets under management each, which is microscopic relative to the industry standard–and less than the average compensation of a single major CEO at most companies.
Thus it is hardly surprising that some of the most admired CEOs are flippantly swatting away Strive’s attempts at “activism.” Ramaswamy has become the court jester of corporate governance. The mere mention of his name brings anything from smirks to outright gales of laughter amongst some corporate audiences.
One hopes that Strive is not on a path to fail as badly as some of Ramaswamy’s previous ventures, such as Axovant, a Ramaswamy-founded company whose stock price plunged from $200 to 40 cents, or Campus Venture Networks, Ramaswamy’s much-hyped undergraduate startup which, despite his self-aggrandizement, he apparently sold for just a few thousand dollars, if his tax returns are correct. Even one of Strive’s biggest financial backers, Bill Ackman, is apparently embarrassed and rushing to disavow Ramaswamy. Meanwhile, Strive is reduced to seeking “consulting contract” handouts from friendly politicos. Perhaps this helps explain why Ramaswamy is running his longshot Presidential campaign: Nothing turns around sagging business fortunes quite like a new burst of free publicity!
It is not only in high finance that these “parallel economy” startups are flailing. Attempts to build a new alt-right media ecosystem are similarly landing with a thud.
Perhaps most infamously, Donald Trump’s much-hyped Truth Social alt-platform has imploded in value, with its SPAC packaging (ticker DWAC) shares falling from $95 to $13 even as the former president flails away on this otherwise quiet platform. Alt-right social media rivals such as Gab and GabPay are struggling to gain traction, begging for donations through crowdsourced funding, while provocateur Alex Jones and his Infowars declared bankruptcy after a record $1 billion verdict for the Sandy Hook families. More prominently, One America News has now been dropped by every major cable operator, partially driven by low audiences, while its behemoth rival Fox’s struggles are just beginning after the record $787.5 million Dominion settlement–with its board reportedly becoming weary of deviating too far from the mainstream.
Efforts to expand the alt-right parallel economy across digital services and even physical goods are running straight into the ground as well. Virtually all major retailers from Bed Bath & Beyond to Walmart to Kohl’s to Costco have cut ties with Mike Lindell’s MyPillow, which just months ago closed its last in-person retail mall store while losing $100 million, according to Lindell himself. Former Trump personnel director Johnny McEntee’s project–an alt-right dating site, “The Right Stuff”–has been lambasted even by its core constituency, with its mostly men frustrated by the lack of women users, and its seed funding from Peter Thiel is reportedly scheduled to run out in the next few months.
To a hammer, everything looks like a nail; and the exertions of some anti-woke activists in extrapolating politicized rhetoric into the economy can stretch into caricature. Strangely, the struggles of the nation’s regional banks, such as SVB, Signature, and First Republic, were superstitiously blamed on “wokeism” and the facts–that these less diversified banks were unprepared for the Fed’s interest rate hikes and that larger, equally “woke” banks were better insulated from these interest rate swings–were ignored. This month, even the conservative New York Post was bewildered by the sudden ire this month of anti-wokesters targeting the privately owned, very spiritual, Christian values-guided restaurant chain Chick-fil-A because, years ago, they promoted a longstanding internal HR executive to oversee diversity and equal opportunity.
Despite positioning themselves as reverent guardians of free markets against government and social overreach, many anti-wokester jokesters seem to have forgotten the most basic requirement of capitalism: to make a profit. Ironically, the free market delivers the most condemning verdict of all. The favorite “woke” targets of anti-ESG activists continue to soar to record economic heights, effortlessly shrugging off anti-woke attacks.
Clearly, despite all the hype and drama, there is little financial threat to mainstream business posed by the anti-woke economy. It’s not a genuine parallel economy–these are scattered cases of ideological grifters and struggling entrepreneurs. Their real talent seems to lie in fast-talking media platforms into giving them an undeserved platform to unfairly target iconic pillars of U.S. enterprise. But as these anti-wokester jokesters struggle to gain financial traction, the numbers will continue to disprove their claims.
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2023.06.06 18:27 Quick_Analyst2836 Cycle Recap: from 0.9 first semester UGPA --> SLS with full need-based fellowship (super non-trad; FGLI; nURM; took me years to apply)

I posted some partial cycle recaps under a different account and wasn't going to post another one, but as a super non-trad/FGLI/slow applicant I thought this might be useful: I'll go over stats, goals, app process responses, background, and my decision/reflections. It's long but hopefully helpful.
Stats: 3.65, 174, T-2 softs, FGLI, nURM, 10-years work experience (5 in more prestigious work; 5 in service industry), big public undergrad (T-100ish)
Goals: federal clerkship, federal gov work (DOJ--OLC, NLRB), unicorn PI, in-house, politics (maybe). Very justice oriented, open to opportunities I don't know about yet.
App Process:
I got the Berk PI scholly and was a finalist for the Penn PI scholly (interviewed). Interviewed at WashU and submitted Kiras for NU and UT
I won't tell my whole life story, but these are components that were relevant to my app
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2023.06.06 17:17 Dangerous-Bag-7327 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in Chicago Hiring Now!

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Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in chicago. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.06.06 17:03 zerpderp QOTSA tour with special guests Viagra Boys 2023!

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2023.06.06 16:12 Tonedeffox Stagnant or body composition, bmi no change?

Hi all! I’m in a limbo with weight loss and fitness. I started end of March, working out every other day which incorporates in rotation leg day and arm day, core, and then finalize with 12/3/30 treadmill incline in which I recently increased to 13/3.2/30 because it was getting easy (it wasn’t when I started). I started off 151 lbs at close to 5’7 height. I was told by a personal trainer, if I lose 12 lbs I’ll be at my “ideal” weight, as my BMI is on the high end of normal, however despite my strict caloric intake 5 days out of the week and 2 days I’m looser so I can enjoy with my family restaurant dining but I’m still mindful of how much I am eating. I realize the scale doesn’t show much, however because the number 12 lbs loss needed remains on my mind, I’m seeing my weight now fluctuate between 147-149, from original weight 151. So I know I lost some, but it seems stuck and I can’t lose any more unless I go into starvation mode. What am I doing wrong???!! My bmi isn’t changing, but I feel tighter, pants are slightly looser but not by much, but in general I am feeling stronger and tighter, my partner noticed too, states he sees more definition. But I’m supposed to lose 12 lb?! But I’m stuck at a 4 lb on average weight loss and it’s not budging? I eat a ton of eggs, chicken, beef, fish, tofu, lots of veggies, minimal carbs. Help! Thank you!
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2023.06.06 15:53 ebradio Queens of the Stone Age Announce Tour with Phantogram, The Armed, Jehnny Beth, and Viagra Boys

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2023.06.06 13:40 Tesseract_Jay Being Black and Gay in South Korea

I want to preface this conversation by stating that my personal experiences and observations are my own and this post is me sharing those experiences and observations. I don't like the idea of labels, and, in an ideal world, we would all just be seen as humans first, and treat each other with kindness and dignity by default.
For context about myself, I have a few friends here, both Korean and Korean American currently living here. We've known each other for years after college. They all know I'm gay. None of them are gay, but they don't care. My Korean reading, writing, typing, and speaking are all at an elementary level so this helps me in some social settings with native Koreans, especially at work. I am an English teacher. My job is exhausting but I have a good relationship with almost all my students and get occasional acknowledgement for my efforts from some of my Korean and foreign co workers.
All that said, I want to discuss some harsh truths about reality as a foreigner who is also black and gay living in South Korea. (I share this with the intention of telling my experience.)
Korea is xenophobic. Foreigners, especially foreigners with darker skin tones or foreigners from South Asian, Latin, and African countries face a pervasive discrimination that lowers the quality of life. Some examples include housing discrimination, denial of entry to various spaces for select foreigners based on appearance, intolerance from coworkers, less opportunities to assimilate and contribute to society, blatant verbal abuse on the streets under the assumption foreigners can not understand, and borderline hostile interactions upon first or extended meetings (usually in work settings).
I understand that, until 1953, Korea did not have much exposure to much of the world and the xenophobia demonstrated today is a direct result of that isolation. My family fought in that war, and it was interesting to learn about that part of my family. Anyway, hopefully, Korea can overcome this xenophobia as long as it continues to accept foreigners.
As it relates to me, everyday is an experience. While I do get stares, this does not bother me too much. And compared to my first time living in Korea, the stares seem less. What does bother me is the adopted racism Koreans have towards black people. The ignorance surrounding black people is vast. People saying whatever they want in front of you because they assume you can't understand like
야 흑인 남자 있어 ... (wow it's a black guy)
then start laughing as they proceed to talk about me as I continue walk or stand there.
Being denied entries into some restaurants or other public areas is another example (coming from friends).
People greeting me in the most bizarre and stereotypical ways like saying "Yo! Yo! Yo!" and making hand signs at me while expecting me do the same.
Certain coworkers acting borderline hostile and constantly trying to make life miserable (either through gossip, borderline physical aggression, or giving immense amounts of work).
Students asking me and the other black teachers (even if the other teacher is not American) if we have guns, but not asking any other teachers this question. Although this example is more harmless, it does demonstrate that kids have a vastly different perception of black people and this can partially be attributed to the parents.
By themselves, none of these examples are terribly bad, but when every few minutes of your day is filled with these never ending moments, it starts to erode your soul. I don't even look forward to going outside anymore. Work, buying groceries, and exercise are my only excuses for going outside. Yes, I have my friends, but they are so incredibly busy with PhD and other life endeavors that regular meetings are very difficult to maintain and puts a strain on everyone. We try, but it doesn't work.
For more context, most of the issues I discussed, aside from the language issue, I experienced in the US, where I'm from, as well, but worse. The one major benefit of Korea compared to the US is the safety, mostly.
I am just one person, and I always try to be optimistic and do what I can to have a positive impact on people, but the lack of community makes everything much more exhausting.
And I have not talked about the issues related to my sexuality.
Whether it's Korea, or any other country in the world, being both black and gay is an issue.
I knew before coming that being gay was not openly accepted in Korea. But I wasn't expecting to be lectured by my older male Korean coworkers (in both English and Korean) about not having a girlfriend. They made it sound like I'm wasting my life. I thought somehow I would be exempt from this kind of scrutiny and pressure, but no, it's still here.
Dating as a (black) gay foreigner is essentially nonexistent or if it is existent, it's a dumpster fire. Again, the ignorance and lack of knowledge around black people is vast so that doesn't help.
I am confident in my appearances and have a good body as I exercise regularly, get plenty of rest, and eat very healthy. I'm slightly above the average height here in Korea, thin, take care of my hair, and clean shaven. Financially, I have more money than most people my age from previous jobs and I have other hobbies and ambitions outside my job.
But I am black, so... to Korea (and by extension most of the world) I am not seen as their type, which is incredibly backwards thinking.
I tried Jack'd and the experience was what I expected. At first I didn't show my face in my profile pictures and only my body (fully clothed). Each guy I talked to wanted to meet me and said I had a great body and said very flattering things. Then the moment I said I was black, they said really bizarre things like "You're black? You can't be black. You're lying. Please say it's a joke. Black people are not this smart. I do not believe you. Black people are not my type." Every guy stopped talking to me after they found out I was black (I never showed my face to them or anywhere on the app. I only told them I was black).
I am just a guy who wants to enjoy life. I like to exercise, play video games, learn and explore new opportunities, and push myself to be better. I try to make the most of life but it feels like I hit a ceiling every time I try to go a little further in my pursuit to find a fulfilling life.
It would be nice to just live peacefully where people treat me like a regular person, and I don't have to hide my sexual orientation. I have my friends here and I really wish we could spend more time together but their lives are too intertwined with their own endeavors.
Thanks for reading.
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2023.06.06 12:52 fluffykintail Creepy Man alert: Portobello Beach this morning (Edinburgh) 10am - 10:20am

Creepy man was taking photos/video footage on his smartphone down at Portobello beach this morning between 10am - 10:20 am. He was at the play area to the left of the Sailing club before the restaurant (The Espy) , that has tables out on the pavement.

: Age about late 40s early 50's/
: Bald, head shaved clean with remaining hair at side & back shaved & receding.
: About 5ft 8in in height
: Had a long ridge nose, squarish face
: Heavy set about 13 stone with no fat.
: Clothes: blue shirt, dark jacket, dark/black trousers
: smartphone looked like a recent iPhone with the tri camera lenses (3 lenses).

Was crouched behind a short pole with a grey box on top between the play area & the sailing club pointed the camera at women & children at the restaurant. He was found out when a large man (over 6ft 2in) in a red top & black trousers, stopped and stared at him. He said to the creep along the lines of "I wont see your face here again buddy". Very tense moment. The creepy man didnt challenge him and walked away very quickly.
My neighbour said she was sure she was filmed with her child. There was at least 10 people passing through at that moment. They might have had their phones out recording the moment. If so if any of you are reading this please contact Police Scotland & offer any footage you have of that moment.
The creepy man could not have been local. If he was he would know about the tragic history of Portobello Beach & the missing girl Caroline Hogg. Even now this is still a sore point for many locals. And he was filming mums & infants in front of a kids play area no less. Fucking stupid.
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2023.06.06 12:32 boutell New US CCS chargers report for May 2023

Here are all of the new US CCS (Level 3 fast-charging) stations that rolled out in May 2023, according to the Department of Energy. These chargers are suitable for most new EVs on the market, except for:
  1. Tesla drivers who haven't bought the official CCS adapter yet. Certain older Teslas need additional work done to accept the adapter.
  2. Leaf owners like me, and some owners of older cars that also use CHAdeMO. If you drive a Leaf, or an older CHAdeMO car, see my matching post in leaf.
Some of these chargepoints will be "refreshes," e.g. the provider replaced them with faster chargers etc. Some may be incorrect. This report is only as good as the Alternative Fuels Data Center data.
There were 222 CCS charge points added or refreshed in May 2023, which is up from 171 in April. For comparison, there were only 74 new CCS charge points in May 2022. Things are speeding up.
"What about CCS charging at Tesla superchargers?" Tesla is in the process of rolling out their "magic dock" for non-Tesla cars, but so far in very few locations. If they start doing this at scale and reporting it to the Alternative Fuels Data Center then it will be reflected here.
"What about Ford vehicles with NACS (Tesla) plugs?" They are not on sale yet. Current-generation Ford vehicles have CCS plugs. The next generation will have NACS (Tesla) plugs, but will also support CCS via an adapter.
If you'd like to know about new chargers along your routes right away, or just prefer not to check this list monthly when new openings are rare in your area, I've set up a free service that provides email notifications as soon as they open. You can sign up at Or not! I don't really have a business plan here, I built it to help EV owners like myself.
To streamline this post, multi-chargepoint locations are listed with the number of chargepoints first, so that's why the post is shorter than in previous months.
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Oakley, CA (5540 Bridgehead Road) 5540 Bridgehead Road Oakley, CA 94561 (1) CircleK - Palm Desert, CA 78005 Country Club Dr Palm Desert, CA 92211 (1) Hilton Garden Inn 20 Advantage Ct Sacramento, CA 95834 (1) BoA Hillcrest CA0-120 (San Diego, CA) 737 UNIVERSITY AVE San Diego, CA 92103 (1) WinCo Foods - Vacaville #60 855 Davis St Vacaville, CA 95687 ➡ CO (1) CITY OF ASPEN RIO GRANDE L3 427 Rio Grande Pl Aspen, CO 81611 (4) CSG EV BOULDER PL4 1500 Pearl St Boulder, CO 80302 (5) 1 Flatiron Crossing (US-ME8-73R-2B) 1 Flatiron Crossing Broomfield, CO 80021 (1) CircleK - Colorado City, CA 8950 S Interstate 25 Colorado City, CO 81004 (2) GPM INVESTMENTS 4590 DC1 8105 N Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80920 (2) KUM & GO CRAIG PL2 700 East Victory Way Craig, CO 81625 (1) DINO WELCOME DINOSAUR PL1 101 Stegosaurus Freeway Dinosaur, CO 81610 (2) PIKES PK CHARGE BA.CA.MI LLC #2 11027 US-24 Divide, CO 80814 (4) ANNEX SITE GEORGETOWN PL4 1120 Argentine Street Georgetown, CO 80444 (4) KUM & GO RIFLE PL4 705 Taugenbaugh Boulevard Rifle, CO 81650 (2) KUM & GO SB SPRINGS PL2 80 Anglers Drive Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 ➡ CT (1) BOA East Hartford CT2-120 (Hartford, CT) 805 E Main Street East Hartford, CT 06108 (1) HARTFORD BMW ABB OUTSIDE 1 Weston Park Rd Hartford, CT 06120 ➡ DE (1) First State Chevrolet 22694 DUPONT BLVD GEORGETOWN, DE 19947 ➡ FL (1) JNKNS JACKSONVI DC FAST 2 11107 Atlantic Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32225 (1) Simon Tampa Premium Outlets (Lutz, FL) 2300 Grand Cypress Dr Lutz, FL 33559 (1) Starbucks 9200 FL-228 Macclenny, FL 32063 (1) Ocean Cadillac 17800 Ipco Road Miami, FL 33162 (1) Sun Plaza 6339 W Colonial Dr Orlando, FL 32818 (1) Simon Orlando Vineland (Orlando, FL) 8200 Vineland Ave Orlando, FL 32821 (1) Simon Tyrone Square (St Petersburg, FL) 6901 22nd Ave N Peterburg, FL 33710 (1) BHY CHARGER 1 9915 E Adamo Dr Tampa, FL 33619 (1) Chase Bank - 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2023.06.06 08:42 Standard_Fox7511 24F [F4F] Sfw Weekend meets

I currently have an opening in my schedule for the weekends, but I need to remain available "in case" I'm needed at work. Therefore, I'm seeking a companion to join me in exploring and evaluating restaurants, so I can experience and recommend them. The activities will be suitable for all ages and will take place on Saturday and Sunday in BGC. We'll go restaurant hopping, and I'll cover the bill. However, please try not to overindulge, as we'll be visiting a total of 8 steak houses.

(Note:I would like to provide additional information about myself and my preferences, but please don't focus on it too much as our main goal is to rate restaurants during our time together. However, if you would like to pay attention to my preferences and be an engaging companion (eye candy), that would be wonderful for the two days we spend together.)

Here are some details about me:
Height: 5'8"
Half European
Fair Skin
White teeth and oral hygiene conscious
Curvy and slim figure
Lives alone
Can drive and can meet halfway
Takes care of myself
Emotionally, mentally, and financially stable
Fluent in multiple languages, including Tagalog

Here's what I'm looking for:
Height of at least 5'3"Femme (I'm only attracted to femmes, sorry)
Bisexual or non-binary
I prefer morena or darker skin tones, but all skin types are welcome
I don't mind any marks or outbreaks on any part of the body or face
White teeth
Takes care of herself
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2023.06.06 03:33 RN1379258 Should I (22F) break up or stay together with my boyfriend (23M)?

I would like to start this by saying I know this is long I'm sorry, it's a drawn out situation. I'm diagnosed with depression and general anxiety, I over think everything because lots of childhood trauma. I don't have access to therapy (financial reasons) but I take medication prescribed by a primary family doctor. I am mentally draining myself every day thinking about which would be the better decision and have weighed the pros and cons of both but still am at a crossroads and the anxiety is eating away at me. I have self sabotaging patterns towards things that are good for me thinking I don't deserve them, but I also when in bad situations tell myself "I deserve better" so I don't know if my decision would be based out of repeating trauma or breaking the pattern. I'm trying to make the best decision for myself and would like to hear others thoughts.
I (22F) met my boyfriend (23M) 2.5 years ago online who lived an hour away and it became a steady blossoming love that grew over the span of a couple months. When we got together we were still living at our parents houses, saw each other often and things were great. Even after we got out of the honey moon phase we were always communicating our expectations, feelings and thoughts, hearing each other out wholeheartedly, looking within ourselves to self improve, smoked some ganj, went on adventures/traveled, sex was good, had stable incomes, and it was a great partnership. Then something shifted a year in, it wasn't any particular thing that happened but it was a definite shift.
I remember around the time the shift happened, depression was getting to him and my cat had developed bladder stones and was blocked and needed urgent care. Kitty recovered well and is healthy, but the whole vet ordeal sent me into over $3,000 in debt and took so much of my savings. I confided in my partner emotionally, also saying I would need financial help because I needed to pay roughly $90 a week to pay off a loan from care credit of $2,200 in 6 months before I got hit with an insane APR. We had stable jobs but that was still a huge hit and we both already had credit card debt.
For some reason he decided it was a good idea a couple weeks after that happened to go down to part time at his job when he was working full time. His job paid around $15ish for full-time and $13ish for part time. He said it was because he disliked the job which was totally fine, but instead of looking for a different job he went down to working 15-20 hours a week. I understood him wanting to not work there because being stuck at a job you hate sucks, but I didn't understand why he didn't get a different job entirely, instead of going down to part time especially knowing I needed his financial help.
Eventually our financial situation got very tight because of both of our circumstances and he ended up rarely working at his job (like one 5 hour shift a week). He ended up racking two grand of credit card debt and my savings got drained down to a couple hundred while before it neared two grand. Throughout the next couple months we didn't do any more fun things and it would consist of him doing odd side jobs to get a couple $20's in cash for bare necessities. He attempted to get stable full time jobs but would quit a month in because he didn't like it (before securing a different job), would fail a pre-employment drug test (he messed up doing the fake pee), or got fired because of tardiness, or having a workplace accident and then failing the drug test that followed. I was really understanding through all this and did my best to be there for him, but I was so drained.
I'd kept my stable job the entire relationship and a couple months into the rough patch I eventually got a raise from $17 to $19.50 and was providing a lot of the necessities for our relationship while also trying to keep the relationship "fun" (picking up the tab to a restaurant, going to a movie, mini golfing, arcade, etc.). After about a year passed going through this rough patch I started to become resentful. I'd communicate with him how I felt alone in trying to fuel this relationship. He started emotionally clocking out, not doing romantic things anymore, not putting effort into finding jobs (it would be months in between job attempts), and he would hear me out and apologize for everything and then would say it's because of depression. I understood depression so heavily and I encouraged him to reach out for help. He was on his parents insurance and it provided free doctors visits and free therapy allowing him to switch his therapist for free at anytime if he didn't like them, but he was so reluctant to use those resources. Eventually he started trying medication but said it didn't work so he switched it to something else and then said that didn't work either, but he was pretty inconsistent with taking his medication. He'd schedule visits with his therapist and call last minute before the appointment saying he wouldn't be able to make it or just didn't show up in general with no warning.
It seemed like he just kept getting worse and didn't have any will to get better. When it came to our sex life I told him sex positions I liked and he would rarely do them, all while we would do the positions he liked almost every time. When it came to cuddling it was always me holding him with his head on my chest but never the other way around. When we would be grocery shopping and I would be buying all the groceries he wouldn't even push the shopping cart or pick up heavy things (not refusal, just never offered). I felt like he was benefitting from me while I was suffering. I brought up to him that I felt alone all the time and it was always met with a sincere apology but no changed behavior.
Eventually I gave him an ultimatum that I was going to leave if things didn't change. Then he would change for a couple weeks and then it would go right back to what it was. I would communicate with him again and again and it felt like I was nagging him to meet my needs. I felt like I must've done something wrong, at the very least enabled the behavior. I wanted to move out, go to the gym, eat right, get my life together and he didn't have near as much will to do those things as I did. I was so filled with resentment I started emotionally clocking out, and then that's when he started to change things.
He started doing all the things I've been asking him to do for over a year (some things have still not changed though) and he 's about to get a job he's dead set on keeping, he found a medication he thinks is working, and we have plans to do fun things this year, but I'm so weary. I'm having a hard time putting faith into his ability to offer stability. I'm also having a hard time building that trust back into him after all the empty promises he's made.
At the height of our "conflict" (we never yelled at each or name called) we were having a discussion on financial matters...again.. and when I expressed I was tired of buying food for the both of us he said "Well I just won't eat then" and when I told him I was tired of being the only one to pay for the fun dates to keep our relationship exciting he said "I never asked you to spend that money." Yet for an anniversary present I made a "date idea" jar and it was filled with little pieces of paper with cheap/free/at home/outside date ideas. I gifted it to him and only ONCE has he expressed interest in using the jar, and when he pulled a piece of paper out and read the date idea he said "I don't feel like doing that" and put the piece of paper back in the jar, then back on the shelf.
It feels like it's only changed because I've begged him and said I'd leave if things didn't change. But now that he's proven he was fully capable of doing all those things all along, and just watched me suffer while I held up both ends of our relationship, it makes me wonder what would happen if he spiraled into another depressive episode. Would this same thing happen again?
He's a kind man who's always there to lend a helping hand if asked, my family adores him, he's the kind of man that would NEVER cheat, he has good friends that respect and love me, he's caring to animals, he listens attentively when I have something to say, etc. but I wonder to myself... is that the bare minimum as well? Now that he's doing a majority of the things I asked, is it wrong to leave? I just still have so much resentment left and no idea how to get rid of it and I still find myself emotionally distant. Or is it valid to leave because it took so much begging and suffering to get here and I can't guarantee it won't happen again? TL;DR - Boyfriend was putting A+ effort into the relationship in the beginning, stopped putting in effort a year in and was putting in basically nothing, then after me communicating frustrations multiple times and finally an ultimatum, he straightened up but it still doesn't feel legit.
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2023.06.06 03:09 sullycantwell Augie Maniaci cooperating notes

August Maniaci Link:
History of the Milwaukee Outfit
-Al Capone was a camorrista and an associate of Masseria and Capone had a large scale gambling and bootlegging operation
-Joe Aiello would gamble at Capone's places, but when he would lose, he would have the gambling operation raided and Aiello's men would take much more money than was lost
-Capone was paying protection to Masseria
-A dispute arose between Masseria and Aiello and Masseria than brought Capone in and made him a capodecina and told Capone to kill Aiello
-In 1926 or 1927, there was a "Appalachian type meeting" (Generale assemblea?) in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. The meetings purpose was to make peace in Chicago, but other families attended
-Tough Tony Capesio was one of the shooters in the St. Valentine's day massacre
-Jack Zutta, a Jewish Aiello associate, was murdered by Capone's gang
-The Milwaukee mafia banned people from helping Aiello.
-Sam Aiello, Joe Caminiti, and Migele Mineo were former Aiello members who fled Chicago to join the Milwaukee family
-Sam Aiello wasn't sympathetic about his brother. Sam returned to Chicago later and was in Jim DiGeorge's crew
-Carl Caputa left Chicago and went to Madison where he became boss. Joe "Joe Pizza Pie" Aiello (unspecified relation to the Joe Capone wared with) went with Caputa to Madison
-Milwaukee didn't try to extort any gamblers until Sam Ferrara
-Al Capone was Neopolitan, the next boss was Tony Accardo who was "Thelast Sicilian to be an important boss," Accardo was succeeded by a Neopolotan Sam Giancana (Pretty sure this info is wrong)
-Chicago outfit was a "Money grabbing operation" where only a few leaders profit "at the expense of the general membership" this had an effect on Milwaukee
-Chicago took over Milwaukee in 1952
-Sam Ferrara wanted to have a piece of the Ogden social club which was a gambling place that Frank Balistrieri had a piece on and Balistieri was Son-In-Law to John Alioto. Balistrieri said no to Ferrara and then Ferrara shelved Balistrieri. Milwaukee then asked Chicago to help them with all the trouble.
-A general meeting was held in 1952; Tony Accardo, Rocco Fischetti, and Sam Giancana attended. Sam Ferrara was taken down as boss and replaced by John Alioto
-Alioto reinstated Balistrieri and made him a capodecina
-While Alioto was boss, no gamblers or businessmen were extorted
-John DiTrapani was a capodecina who didn't like Alioto, so he said he would spend $90,000 and even was willing to finance some murders
-One of DiTrapani's friends "Pasternak" lost a lot of money gambling with the outfit and DiTrapani made it known he was very upset
-Furthermore, Alioto heard about Ditrapani's plans to become boss and this sealed DiTrapani's fate
-Chicago were the ones who ordered DiTrapani's murder, not Alioto
-DiTrapani and Frank LaGalbo (a member and DiTrapani associate) were called to a meeting by the Chicago outfit. The meeting was going to be in Milwaukee though.
-LaGalbo warned DiTrapani not to go. LaGabo himself wasn't going to go.
-DiTrapani went anyway and on March 16, 1954 he was murdered. the following day he was found shot in his car
-LaGalbo was very well connected to Chicago and he set up a transfer where he would be in the Chicago family in the decina of Frank LaPorte
-LaPorte was centered in Chicago Heights
-Jack Enea was also apart of the faction that wanted Alioto taken down as boss. he wasn't killed until November, 1954 (Chicago authorized it)
-In January of 1962, Joe Alioto retired and Frank P. Balistrieri took over, Alioto was upset about this. Alioto apparently felt it should've gone to an older man
-furthermore, Alioto was upset that Balistrieri had an affair with his wife's cousin
-Balistrieri began shaking down gamblers and businessmen
-Balistrieri was collecting $500-$600 from Bruno Ramazini and John Volpe who ran the Holiday House
-Despite not collecting from Frank and Jimmy Fazio who ran restaurants, there was an incident where a bomb went off. After this, Balistrieri went to Florida and when he came back he said that they had a piece of Jimmy Fazio's place in Fort Lauderdale
-Balistrieri was not liked by older members because he never consulted with anyone before making decisions and Maniaci even said it would not surprise him if Balistrieri was murdered. Maniaci said if anyone were to kill Balistrieri, it would be the outfit
II. Organization and Leadership -The 1957 Apalachin meeting was due to Albert Anastasia taking forcible action which affected other bosses without telling them.
-Anastasia was killed due to the disappearance of two unnamed men
-John Alioto and Frank Balistrieri were going to go to Apalachin but didnt at the last moment. Also, attendance was not mandatory at Apalachin
-Maniaci didn't know too much about the commission or its structure, but he said it had around 7 members and though he doesn't know if there is a "boss of bosses," if anyone was it would be Giancana (clearly shows his midwest bias)
-Giancana had control over Madison, Rockford, and Springfield
-Balistrieri went to Chicago periodically for meetings with Giancana, Battaglia, or capodecina Felix "Milwaukee Phil" Alderisio. These meeting were at the underboss Sam Battaglia's farm
-occassionally, Balistrieri would meet with Alderisio, Battaglia, and Marshal Caifano in a Milwaukee hotel
-Ralph Capone of Mercer, Wisconsin isn't connected with Milwaukee or Chicago
-At one point, the Pfister hotel manager Marvin Billet made a deal and Kansas City member Sebastian "Buster" Balestrere (who was "imported" to Milwaukee along with Joseph Gurera for the purpose of shaking bookmakers and businessmen down) found out and this led to Balestrere having leverage over Billet. Eventually, the Fox Head Brewery bought a hotel in Jamiaca and Buster made Billet manager. Balistrieri asked Giancana if he wanted to "take over a large gambling casino in the hotel." Billet lost the managorial position and their plan didn't work.
-Balistrieri is involved in the Continental Music Company.
-The chicago outfit may have 500 members (this is wrong as they may not have had 100 at their peak, though it shows how the smaller families saw them)
-Sam Giancana is the boss, Sam "Teets" Battaglia is the underboss, and the following are capodecina: Felix Alderisio, Marshal Caifano, Frank LaPorte, Tony Maccalucci (ph), and Ross Prio
-Ross Prio is a north side leader who was originally in Jim DiGeorge's crew
-Maniaci heard complaints that people are upset in Chicago that only a few are making money. Also, they are upset that Sam Giancana "is too much of a playboy." CI also advised that John Cerone may be Giancana's successor. Cerone is very close to Tony Accardo
-Frank Balistrieri is related to former Kansas City boss James "Big Jim" Balistrieri (It appears his real last name was Balestrere, though his fathers last name was Balistrieri)
-Joseph Cusimano and Joe Jellosa (or Jealouso) are two Kansas City members who have visited Milwaukee in the past
-The Kansas City import Joseph Gurera was said to have killed two politicians (clearly referring to the infamous hit that left Charles Binaggio and Charles Gargotta dead)
-Balistrieri made Gurera a capodecina and Buster Balestrere worked under him. Both members went back to Kansas City in 1963 after pressure was put on Milwaukee for Anthony Biernat's murder
-On April 18, 1964 Peter Balistrieri's (Frank's brother) daughter married Leonard Drewek, a non-Italian. John Molle, Buster Balestrere, and Jim Balestrere (Not made) all went to the wedding
-Peter Balistrieri is a capodecina
-Rockford's boss is Joseph Zummutto, the underboss is Frank Bucemi, and the consigliere is Joseph Zitto. (FNU) Caltegerone is a member who's old and used to be close to Milwaukee capodecina Pasquale Migliaccio. Caltergerone may be a reference to Carl "Charlie Vince" Caltegerone
-Madison, Wisconsin has 10-15 members. The boss is Carl Caputo and Joseph "Joe Pizza Pie" Aiello is a member. Both are wealthy with real estate investments.
-Benny DeSalvo was a capodecina in Madison, but died in February of 1964 at 84 years old. He was buried in Chicago
-The following is the boss succession of Milwaukee: Vito Guardalabene (Nicola Gentile reported Joseph Vallone was the underboss in 1915) Peter Guardalabene (Son of Vito) Joseph "Big Joe" Amato Joseph Vallone (Boss from mid 1920's-mid 1930's) Joseph Gumina was the underboss to Vallone (also says Gumina was capodecina, maybe he controlled a crew along with being consigliere) Charles Zarcone was the consigliere Pasquale Migliaccio was a capodecina Migele Mineo was a capodecina Tom Lucua (ph) was a capodecina Sam Ferrara (Mid 1930's-1952) Joe Gumina was the underboss (again lists him as capo too) Charles Zarcone is listed as consigliere Pasquale Migliaccio was a capodecina Migele Mineo was a capodecina Joseph Caminiti is also a captain (may have been captain under Vallone as well) John Alioto (1952-1962) Joe Gumina was the underboss (again lists him as capo too) Migele Mineo was a capodecina John DiTrapani was a capodecina until his murder in 1954 Pasquale Migliaccio was a capodecina Frank Balistrieri was a capodecina as well Frank Balistrieri (1962-time document was typed) appears he had no underboss Charles Zarcone would be consigliere if Balistrieri had one, Maniaci doesn't know if he actually was though John Alioto was a capodecina and had the older members in his crew Peter Balistrieri was a capodecina "who has active members under his direction" -Older members are displeased with Balistrieri for not consulting any members and making Joseph Gurera (Kansas City) a capodecina instead of a local member
-Older members blame Balistrieri for the publicity LCN is getting due to Anthony Biernat's murder also there's resentment because no one is making money
-Maniaci said he wouldn't be surprised if they killed Balistrieri one day
-On January 4th, 14th, and the 31st Balistrieri held parties at Gallagher's restaurant in an attempt to get the opposite faction to like him. He planned to have another similar meeting a month later. He also assured the members that jobs would soon open up and he gave Vito Aiello, John Aiello, and Maniaci himself jobs at gambling places.
-Balistrieri is very cautious in regards to his personal movements
-Another CI reported the meeting at Gallagher's was to fix the bad feelings between Myron Jennaro and Paul Bogosian who are both associates of the Milwaukee family
-the following is the structure according to Maniaci: capo: boss sottocapo: Italian not Sicilian term for underboss "consuleri": (see previous comment about spelling) the consigliere is the counselor who is usually an older member capodecina: heads a crew, means "head of ten", but members sometimes have 50 members in their crew (or in some cases zero members) No mention of soldiers
-the following are popular terms used by members: Amico Nostro: friend of ours; used by fellow members to indicate someones a member avugad: means lawyer, Maniaci said there's no significance as a term in Milwaukee, but it probably was just not for low level members. Normally the avugad is a representative on the commission. for example, Milwaukee's avugad would've been Chicago's boss cumpare: means godfather; used to show closeness to someone don: Italian term of respect, not a mafia term onorata: means honor, Maniaci said he's never heard the mafia called onorata society which many sources have reported omerta: Maniaci said it's to express any qualities in the word "manly" sagia: "chair, committee of boss, underboss, consuleri [sic], and capodecina [sic] Tourna: general meeting where all members attend; for an important reason
-the following are members of Milwaukee identified by Maniaci: John Aiello: made under Ferrara Vito Aiello: Made under Ferrara John Alioto: Made under Guardalabene, was boss then capodecina Albert Albana: Suspect in Biernat's murder and was made a month after in January 1963 Mike Albano: Runs Angelo's Pizzaria, long time member
III. Membership -John Alioto did not make any members, but Vallone, Ferrara, and Balistrieri did. (which must've happened when the books were closed either suggesting the midwest didn't follow this or he did it on the sly)
-To be made originally, you had to be Sicilian, but they switched it to just be full Italian
-Members don't have to kill, but this has been a rule in the past, to be made
-Associates are proposed by a made member who knows the associates potential. In the past, the name would go around to all members and if they objected, he couldn't be made
-the associate could cooperate with law enforcement to be made
-in the past, all members had to be present at the initiation ceremonies (Maniaci calls them "tourna" meaning a general membership meeting). They no longer do that though
-The Biernat murderers were alleged to be Steve DeSalvo, Dominic Principe, and Albert Albana. DeSalvo contacted Biernat before the killing
-during the making ceremony, both the proposed member and his sponser's fingers are pricked and their blood is mixed. Then everyone present joins hands and a picture of a saint is burned (presumably in the proposed members hand) and the proposed member takes an oath in Italian to put the organization over everything including family and religion
-Members must obey all orders under threat of death
-No members can deal drugs or they will be killed
-Members need permission before engaging in something that may affect another member
-In the past disputes between members were taken before the "Sagia" (This is also called the Seggia, consiglio, or the Sicilian term consignu)
-The "Sagia'' was composed of a boss, underboss, "consuleri", and the capodecina (the term "consuleri" suggests multiple consigliere, but the document has used the singular and plural terms interchangeably. traditionally, the consiglio had multiple consigliere though. Also "capodecina" suggests one captain, which wouldn't really make sense in the context so it can be assumed they mean all capidecina in the family)
-Balistrieri no longer consults anyone except Chicago and only for big issues
-Maniaci named the following as members of the LCN family in Milwaukee (these are just from memory): John Aiello: Made under Ferrara Vito Aiello: Made under Ferrara; John Aiello's brother John Alioto: Made under Vito Guardalabene; capodecina Albert Albana: Made in early 1964, after the murder of Anthony Biernat Mike Albano: Runs Angelo's Pizzaria; long time member Tony Albano: Mike's uncle; retired Frank Balistrieri: boss; made with John DiTrapani; in Joe Ferrara's crew?; Made capodecina under John Alioto Joseph Balistrieri: Frank's dad; longtime member Peter Balistrieri: Frank's brother; capodecina Joseph Caminiti: Secretary treasurer of Local 257; made in Chicago under Joe Aiello; came to Milwaukee during Aiello-Capone war; bootlegger during prohibition; capodeinca under Vallone and Ferrara; Balistrieri's closest confidant even closer to Frank than Peter; Married to John Alioto's daughter Harry DeAngelo: Ferrara didn't like him; made in 1963; works sanitation or garbage department; 55 years old Carl Di Maggio: long time soldier Salvatore DiMaggio: Carlo's son; burglar eith extesnive record; made under Ferrara Benny DeSalvo: Made in 1963; nephew of old Madison boss Benny DeSalvo who died in 1964; lived in New York for a while but moved back to Milwaukee and went into construction Steve DeSalvo: Close to Balistrieri; primary suspect in Biernat murder; made one month after the murder Sam Ferrara: former boss; operates liquor store; inactive Joseph Gumina; underboss and capodecina under Vallone, Ferrara, and Alioto; he was a boxer after coming to America; bootlegger and then worked at A.O. Smith corp.; capable of murder; his son married Ferrara's daughter August Maniaci: Long time soldier Santo Marino: Brother-in-law to Ferrara; not active; operates tevern Migele "Mike" Mineo: Made in chicago; came to Milwaukee during Aiello-Capone war; capodecina under Vallone, Ferrara, and Alioto; employed by Schlitz Brewery John Pernice: former bootlegger; unemployed; not known to hold leadership position Dominic Principe: Another Biernat murder suspect; made following murder; lives in Illinois Joe Rizzo: inactive; worked as bartender in multiple places Vito Seidita: inactive; 55 years old; works for city of Milwaukee, maybe in street department Joseph Spero: inactive; works for city of Milwaukee, maybe in garbage department Charles Zarcone: consigliere during Vallone, Ferrara, and Alioto; may be consigliere under Balistrieri, but Maniaci doesnt know
Maniaci also listed the following as members affiliated with other families that live in Milwaukee: Frank LaGalbo: runs Chico's restaurant; was supposed to be killed along with DiTrapani; transfered to Chicago under Frank LaPorte John DiBella: member from Italy; close to Joe Bonanno; head of Grande Cheese Company Ralph "bottles" Capone: Chicago member; no importance in the underworld James DiGeorge: operates stock farm; owns land in Adams county, Wisconsin; former capodecina of North Chicago; years ago he was supposed to be killed, but got a pass; lives in exile in Wisconsin (likely shelved)
-Maniaci said that even your immidiate family may not know your made and it's typical for people to keep their sons out of the mafia
Maniaci named the following as people not members of Milwaukee, but closely associated with Milwaukee: Walter "Walter Blackie" Brocca: worked forvarious businesses on behalf of Frank Balistrieri Tony Bruno: No member of Bruno's family has ever been a member Sam Cefalu: gambler; lives at 1606 North Jackson; employed by Balistrieri Sam Cefalu: lives at 3461 North Cramer; not related to the other Sam Cefalu; worked for Balistrieri in a gambling office Anthony "Sheriff Cefalu" Cefalu: Brother of Sam (doesnt say which one); employed as gambler Gus Chiaverotti: Working for Frank Balistrieri in Continental Music Co.; closely associates with Balistrieri Sam DaQuista: No other DaQuista family member has been connected Joe Dentice: No Dentice has been a member Dominic Frinzi: Lawyer for Milwaukee mafia Nick Fugarino: closely associates with LCN Ted Gagliano: Gambler Nick Gentile (Doesnt specify if its Nicola Gentile, the one who wrote a book): not a member, but associates with LCN Joseph Guarniere: not a member Dr. Vito Guardalabene: Son of former boss Pete; no living Guardalabene is a member of mafia Danny Lampone: No Lampones are made Tony LaRosa: associated with LCN, not member Sam Librizzi: Gambling LCN associate Tony and Tom Machi: gamblers John Mandella: not a member Vincent Mercurio: not a member John Percurio: creditor to Frank Balistrieri who he's related to Tom Piscitello: not a member John and Joe Piscuine: Gamblers; no Piscuine's have been members Bruno Ramazini: former operator of Holiday House Frank "Big foot Hogan" Sansone: gambler; runs a restaurant Joe Sardino: no other Sardino's are connected with LCN Tom Sorce: Gambler Frank Stelloh: Close to Frank Balistrieri and Steve DeSalvo; non Italian, so couldn't be made Nick Tarantino: "very close" and trusted by Frank Balistrieri; couldn't be made because he helped police in a burglary investigation, this was well known to LCN John Triliegi: LCN associate Sam Vermiglio: former head of a counterfeit cigarette stamp ring; deals drugs; murdered John Volpe: runs the Holiday house
-An informant, possibly Maniaci, advised in 1964 tht Frank Balistrieri has a share in William Covelli's gambling operation (CI doesnt say, but Covelli may have been made)
-Aforementioned informant said Balistrieri also has a share in John Rizzo's bookmaking operation. Al Albana is the one who brings the money from Rizzo and Covelli to Balistrieri
-Both Maniaci and another CI reported that Balistrieri, Rizzo, and Covelli thought about buting a Key Club in Park City, Illinois. Maniaci said that if Balistrieri was serious, he would have to talk to Chicago first since its their terretory
-On April 5, 1964 CI (aforementioned informant, probably not Maniaci) advised that he expected Buster Balestrere and Joe Gurera were expected to come back to Milwaukee before June of 1964. They are coming back to act as hosts in a big crap game. Nick Tarantino would be a treasurer in the game. Frank Balistrieri will own the game and Buster Balestrere will be pit boss and host. The reasoning for starting the game was it would make a lot of money and wouldn't violate a federal law.
-Sam Cefalu and Sam Librizzi run a gambling office recieving a line from out of state, this is the only out of state line. Sam Dentice is a runner for the operation. Anthony "Sheriff Cefalu" Cefalu used to be involved, but is inactive
-a CI advised that 70% of gamblers are represented by Dominic Frinzi. Frinzi has represented Anthony Cefalu, Charles Piscuine, Robert Pick, William Cole, Steve Halmo, and Harvey Wach
-A CI advised on March 7, 1964 members of "Chicago and Miami outfits" (maybe meaning Tampa) were trying to build a motel in the bahamas. Balistrieri was going to have a 5% interest in it
-A different CI advised that Giancana was interested in a casino at Cat Cay in the Bahamas.
-Ben Novac owned the Fountainbleu Hotel in Miami and was a close associate of Chicago and New York LCN. He applied for a license to operate a casino in the Bahamas in April of 1964 and was denied due to his financial ties to gangsters
-a CI (probably Maniaci) reported on April 3, 1964 that Balistrieri and former capodecina, but current soldier Joe Caminiti had a meeting where they discussed the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD). Balistrieri said he helped get cheif of police Harold Breter into office. Blaistrieri said he felt the MPD was trying to put heat on him by arresting young people who frequented Gallagher's restaurant and they surveilled LCN members. Balistrieri met with inspector Kremsreiter who was the number 3 man in the MPD. Kremsreiter and Balistrieri met at Fazio's and had lunch. At lunch, Balistrieri suggested that the MPD should stay away from his kind and that there are not enough police to be just focusing on him. Balistrieri told Caminiti that he was happy with how it went.
-Frank Ranney is a secretary-treasurer of Teamsters local 200 and is very close to Balistrieri even working together at Atomic Industries, a bubble gum company
-An informant advised on March 24, 1964 that Balistrieri, Frank Ranney, and Joe Caminiti met at Fazio's. The informant said Balistrieri had "some form of domination over Ranney"
-One CI stated that Balistrieri is connected to Jimmy Hoffa and could get a multi-million dollar loan to build a motel in Milwaukee.
-Tony Volpe is connected with Chicago and has access to the money from the welfare and pension fund of the teamster union in Chicago and that many Las Vegas casinos have been financed with the money.
-On April 3, 1964, a CI (or wiretap) reported that Joe Caminiti and Frank Balistrieri had a meeting where they discussed "the disposition of money supplied by the Teamsters to Frank Balistrieri for distribution to some of the candidates for Alderman in the City of Milwaukee." Caminiti told Balistrieri he'll advise the candidates that they are backed by the teamsters.
-During the same meeting Caminiti insuled Robert Kennedy saying he operated a gestapo. They also talked about a speech Congressman Alvin O'Konski gave talking good about Jimmy Hoffa. The Teamsters gave money to O'Konski and Senator Morse (ph) for political purposes
-Caminiti said Robert Kennedy infringes on civil liberties, this was after O'Konski told him about an investigation coming by the DOJ
-Caminiti also said that the Teamsters had trouble getting the poney to pay for Jimmy Hoffa's legal expenses. Out of 35 locals in Wisconsin, 20 wouldn't pass anything in support of paying. Because of this, they decided they would take the money out of the joint counsil, meaning every member will pay .05-.10 cents
-Joe Caminiti told Frank Balistrieri that Frank Ranney said to be careful giving money to Alderman Allen L. Calhoun. This was due to when Calhoun once moved districts, he came into conflict with Al Hass who was close to the Milwaukee LCN. Balistrieri already knew and met with Calhoun and told him that Hass is who they're most loyal too, but they will support whoever won. Balistrieri gave cash to Calhoun as an unreported donation
-Balistrieri gave a donation to Art Else, who's opponent was Henry Maier. Balistrieri gave Else the donation at Gallagher's restaurant.
-Angelo Provinzano was a member of the city service commission who was mobbed up. Balistrieri gave money to Provinzano who then donated money to mob backed candidates. Provinzano donated $995 to mayor Henry Maier. Provinzano also was used in the past to get Italians in positions in the city government and police department. Informant said Provinzano wasn't made
-On April 17, 1964, Dominic Frinzi (mob attorney) was going to run for governor and the mafia backed him. Frinzi himself wasn't confident he could win, but it would give him publicity which he could later use to become a judge
-Anthony Biernat was found buried in a cellar of an abandoned farm sprinkled with lime, but it wasn't the right kind which would disintegrate a body
-Frank Balistrieri partly owns The Pitch Specialty Co. Balistrieri's relative Peter Picciuro operated the business. His father John Picciuro also has a piece or co-owns it.
-Carl Dentice has a jukebox operation in his name for Frank Balistrieri
-Sam Dentice got a jukebox license under his name for Balistrieri
-Peter Sciotino's bakery was targeted in a bombing because of Balistrieri's shakedown campaign. Sciortino was personally connected to Joe Bonanno in some way and ended up not having to pay. Sciortino himself wasn't a LCN member
-Balistrieri's shakedown campaign began in the summer of 1962 with Joseph Gurera and Buster Balestrere shaking businessmen and gamblers down. Some people did resist so Balistrieri wanted to send a message. They were going to kill either Bill Cole or Bobby Pick, but when LE found out they stopped trying.
-An informant though Tony LaRosa might be killed because it was said the Milwaukee family heard he gave information to LE
-In may of 1964, an informant said that Steve DeSalvo and Frank Stelloh now operated as musclemen for Balistrieri. They even planned to murder someone who the informant didn't know.
-The informant thought the murder target may have been Izzy Tocco who was a booker for Sam Cefalu and got in trouble, but the informant thought that this would be too little a reason to murder someone
-A different informant supplied information suggesting the murder target may be Joe Beck. Beck was making complaints against the Continental Sales Co. Balistrieri made comments to the acting manager Gus Chiaverotti where he expressed his anger against Beck.
-An informant advised on April 10, 1964 that he heard a story about a Milwaukee gangster being offered $5,000 by the Chicago LCN "to make a hit" on a prominent businessman who was made. The reasoning was because the man owed the Chicago family between $18,000-$20,000. The man either stole the money or bet and lost the outfit's money
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2023.06.06 01:51 JeliPuff The Puzzling Disappearance of Karen Louise Wilson

This case has already been covered, but I felt the write-up was a bit bareboned and could’ve gone further in depth. That write-up was around 500 words, my one has over 1800 words. I have linked their original reddit post, and I recommend you check it out, as they covered this case first.
Karen Louise Wilson was born on February 10th, 1963, to Taylor and Jennie Wilson. She was a popular student in high school and a cheer leader. She was then a full-time senior political science major at the State University of New York and an unpaid, full-time intern for state Assemblyman Samuel Coleman. She aspired to have a career in the foreign service.
On Wednesday the 27th of March 1985, the 22 year old vanished without a trace.
On the 27th, Karen went to the Colonie Center and bought a red t-shirt and a blue t-shirt to take with her on an upcoming spring break trip to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She may have also gotten a tan at the Tanning Hut; she had booked an appointment that day but no one at the tanning salon could remember seeing her.
She was last seen in the 1600 block of Central Avenue in Colonie, New York at approximately 7:20 pm. She also called her roommate around this time, and said she was on her way home for dinner.
It was initially believed that Karen got on a bus near the Butcher Block restaurant on Central Avenue and took it to Fuller Avenue, but it was later determined that she couldn’t have gotten on the bus and probably walked instead. 3 credible witnesses would later tell authorities that they had seen her on Fuller Avenue shortly afterwards.
SIGHTING 1: The first witness told authorities that she saw Karen traveling southbound on Fuller Rd after she turned from Central Ave at 8:15pm.
She stated that as she approached a gas station on her left (believed to be the Workingman’s Friend Gas Station), she passed a very slow-moving vehicle, also traveling southbound. She could not recall any specifics of the vehicle's description, except that the driver was a white male in his forties with an intent look on his face. The male had a beard, brown hair with a reddish tint, and a long nose and face.
The witness then saw a female believed to be Karen, walking near a guide rail along the west side of Fuller Road near Sysco Food. By the time the witness reached Fuller Rd at Railroad Ave, she had already driven past the female.
SIGHTING 2: The second witness saw someone they believed to be Karen on the west side of Fuller Road. This was between 8:10pm - 8:15pm.
She stated that the female was walking south of the entrance of Six Mile Waterworks (also known as Rensselaer Lake) near the construction road leading west off Fuller Road. This area is located just north of the I-90 underpass. The female was walking on the grassy portion of the sidewalk, with her head down.
A smaller person of unknown sex was walking along the female’s right side "almost shoulder to shoulder" seemingly urging her up an embankment or incline into the Six Mile area. The smaller person was described as between 5'5 - 5'8 (165-172cm), and between 120-140lbs (54-64kg). When the female turned her head to the left, the witness thought she appeared nervous.
The witness also described a white male following 50 to 100 feet behind the two subjects. He was walking at a steady pace, not seeming to be gaining on the two. He was described as about 5'11 (180cm) with a slim build, in his early 20's, wearing dark pants and a waist length jacket which may have been beige. He had light colored hair (gold to red), and a beard or some other type of facial hair. The couple then returned to the sidewalk and began walking in a normal manner southbound on Fuller Road.
After the witness stopped at the red light at the I-90 ramp, and then continued southbound, she saw the couple past the dirt construction road on the right, just out from the I90 underpass.
She also stated that she saw a stopped or disabled small unoccupied black vehicle at Fuller Rd at Washington Ave Ext. The vehicle had a New York plate bearing partial plate 239 with unknown letters. The car was sedan style and believed to be about five years old. The driver's window was down about 6" and the passenger window was down about 2". She thought this was odd because it looked like it was about to rain. Also noted on the driver's side window was a hole about ¼" in diameter with cracks radiating from it. She thought that it looked like a bullet hole.
SIGHTING 3: The last sighting of Karen was by a third witness at approximately 8:20pm as he left work at the SUNY Albany Campus, and was waiting at the traffic light on Washington Ave and Fuller Rd.
He was waiting for traffic to clear so that he could turn right, proceed north on Fuller Rd and access the I-90 entrance ramp across from the Six Mile entrance. The female was reportedly seen standing on the northwest corner of Fuller Road for about 10 seconds while the witness was waiting for the traffic to clear. He believed that the female appeared to be waiting for the traffic light to change.
When he made the right turn onto Fuller Rd, the witness saw a male crossing Fuller Rd from the west side to the east side, just south of the I-90 underpass. He took a few steps up the driveway where the construction trailers were on the east side of Fuller but seemed to change his mind. He then walked south on the east side of Fuller Rd. The male subject did not appear to be looking towards Karen.
He was described as a white male with "sandy or light brown, messy or curly" hair, with a couple of days growth of facial hair. He was of average height, about 18 - 25 years old, and was wearing a jean (denim?) or aviator type jacket, jeans, a flannel shirt, and high tan construction boots.
As the witness turned right onto the I-90 ramp, he saw a lime green Volkswagen Rabbit (estimated to be a 1981 or 1982) parked along the road. There was no one around the vehicle. This appears to have been the last sighting of her, and she hasn’t been heard from since.
Due to these witness accounts, authorities believe Karen likely walked south on Fuller Avenue towards State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany. They concluded she was likely abducted somewhere near Six-mile Waterworks, the entrance ramp to Interstate 90 westbound and the Northway. The night was not well lit, and the road was not heavily traveled, making it possible for someone to pull her into a vehicle within a matter of seconds without leaving witnesses.
Karen was a Caucasian female listed at 5’3 (160cm) and 114lbs (51kg) with brown hair and brown eyes.
Investigators were unable to locate the personal belongings she had with her when she disappeared. These included: A gray cloth notebook, a blue nylon wallet with a Velcro closure, a green and white plastic bag from Ups N Down, and possibly a blue knapsack containing a yellow dress.
She was wearing a Cream-colored raincoat, a light blue short-sleeve pullover, faded blue Levi jeans and white sneakers. She also had a 14k gold ring, size 5 ½, with a turquoise zircon in raised setting along with 1/5 carat diamond on each side, a Seiko watch with a black face and gold numerals and white plastic earrings. The ring was approximately 40-50 years old.
Her dental records are available.
1. A strange man was seen in the area around the time Karen vanished. He has never been identified and authorities have sought him for questioning, at least as a witness or possibly even a suspect.
2. Authorities announced that another suspect in the case was killed in an accidental house fire in 2013. He was never able to be conclusively linked to the case, and it’s thought he couldn’t be the perpetrator as he had reported to work at 4:00am, just a few hours after Karen vanished.
(On a personal note, this conclusion makes little sense to me. Karen’s last confirmed sighting was at around 7:20 pm, leaving nearly 9 hours in between her last known sighting and the time he clocked in to work. The last witness reported seeing her at 8:20pm which still leaves slightly under 8 hours.)
3. Authorities investigated the possibility that convicted murderer and suspected child-serial killer Lewis Lent Jr may have been involved in Karen's disappearance, but determined it was unlikely since Lent's previous victims were all children. He has not been ruled out.
1. Police did investigate the possibility that Karen traveled to Florida after her disappearance as she had planned but found no evidence that she had ever left New York.
2. Her case has possible links to Suzanne Lyall’s abduction. Both were young, dark haired SUNY students abducted in the same manner. Authorities have investigated a possible link between the two. Both cases are unsolved.
The general consensus is that Karen was abducted and murdered.
1. Due to Unresolved Mysteries not letting me add photos to this write-up I am unable to provide a sketch of the strange man seen in the area at the time. However, he has an uncanny resemblance to convicted serial killer John Bittrolff. It might be possible he is linked to the case, but this is simply an observation.
2. 2 young women were found murdered and floating in the river close to where Karen disappeared at the same time she vanished. It might be possible that the cases were linked.
During the first year after her disappearance, Karen's family, who now live out-of-state, mailed thousands of letters pleading for information and advertising their $10,000 reward for new details about her disappearance. They have now given up hope of their daughter coming back alive, and simply want to find her body, so they can give her a proper burial and finally know what happened to their daughter.
I don’t have much hope of a conclusion for this case any time soon. It seems clear she was abducted and murdered, and without a body there is no evidence that could lead to anything. Unless her body is found, or someone comes forward, I see this case being unsolved for years to come.
Karen Louise Wilson has been missing for 38 years. If she is still alive, she would be 60 years old.
If you have any information about Karen's disappearance, please contact New York State Police at 518-783-3212.
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2023.06.06 01:29 RubyHours [listing] 1 Bedroom available in Hamilton Heights apartment - $1265 July 1st

Looking to fill one bedroom in a three bed, one bath apartment in Hamilton Heights. There will be only one other tenant who is a 29-year-old federal government employee. We are looking for someone who is tidy, quiet, and responsible to replace one of the roommates. Rent will be split two ways, and your half will be $1265 plus utilities (electric and internet).
From Callie, the roommate: I am happy to chat and hang out, but I am ultimately an introvert, and I would like to maintain this apartment as a safe and quiet space. Therefore, I am looking for someone who won’t bring the party home, and keep smoking and alcohol out of the apartment. I don’t mind visitors from time to time (my partner visits once or twice a month) but want to keep it reasonable.
The common areas of the apartment are already furnished–no need to bring anything for the common areas. There is a dining room, full kitchen (with most utensils you’d need), living room and bathroom all filled with the necessities of living. You’d just need to furnish the bedroom.
As a cat already lives in the apartment, I would like to not have any more pets in the mix. He is a long-haired persian mix and super friendly!
About me: I am a late 20’s government employee. I have many hobbies including rock climbing, video gaming, working out, music, reading, art, and hiking. I cook most nights and try to maintain a healthy lifestyle! I have lived in this neighborhood for almost two years and couldn’t be happier. I love the vibrancy, setting, restaurants, and easy city access that you get living uptown. I also work in the neighborhood, which is a huge plus.
If you think this could be a good fit, message me directly and we can chat. I want to get to know you a bit before cohabitating, and I'd like to make sure we'd be a good fit.
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2023.06.05 22:45 CutieYuriBell 37 [NB4MTF] [NB4NB] (Cis) NYC area, looking to casually date, but eventually evolve to serious relationship

Masculine non-binary, 5'7" in height, fit/average build, described as overall good looking by most people I meet. I'm willing to share pics privately if our chats work out. Highly prefer someone trans fem or just anyone who leans more fem in general (Fem non-binary, femboys, etc) in the NYC area or nearby, such as Westchester or Nassau county. Don't even know why I have to say this, but please absolutely no messages from cis het guys. Not looking to be part of a poly relationship or someone already married, I'm looking for someone who commits to one person. Please be communicative, please don't be shy, as that will be detrimental to a relationship. Openness and communication are key. Be ready to express what you are looking for and I will do the same. This is really obvious, but please don't contact me if you have a habit of ghosting, let's not waste each other's time. I enjoy walks, exercise, bike riding, gaming, going out to try new restaurants, visiting and experiencing museums, parks, nature, and other such activities. But I also enjoy the small moments like staying indoors and cuddling on the couch or under a blanket while watching films together or enjoying each other's company! I'm a very physical person, so I hope a potential partner reciprocates that. I'm more dominant/top in bed, so someone who is more sub/bottom is the most compatible and preferred for this kind of relationship. Finally, I'm looking for someone local. I don't want a long distance relationship due to bad past experience unless we will imminently and consistently meet. If you've read this far and are interested, DM me.
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2023.06.05 17:03 UniqueTonight Golf is saving my life

Gonna be lengthy and mostly filled with pointless rambling. Sorry if that bothers you, but this has been on my mind the last couple days.
I hit the driving range a handful of times with a cheap golf set during my teenage years, maybe 10 times total. I don’t recall where that set of clubs came from, but I believe my dad bought it for me at some point. I recall that he had a set of clubs that were clearly a matching set, whereas mine was a bit more cobbled together. The woods/driver were all sleek and black and I thought it was the coolest looking set I’d ever seen. My dad had bought it sometime before I can even recall, probably while in college. Unfortunately, between raising 4 children in his 20’s, while working full time and getting multiple grad degrees at the same time, he had no time for golf. In fact, I don’t know if I recall going to the driving range with him more than 1-2 times; it was mostly me going alone, though my mom joined a few times.
I remember eventually getting tall enough to swing my dad’s clubs, though, looking back, they were +1” or a bit more and that’s way too long for my average height of 5’10”. I thought it was the coolest thing that I was using the cool clubs now. Unfortunately, I was a jackass of a kid/teenager and, for some reason, never learned to respect my possessions or my dad’s. I was constantly leaving his tools laying around, losing drill bits and sockets, and leaving the mess from my projects behind. I really regret that, looking back now. Unfortunately, that extended to his golf clubs and I don’t ever recall cleaning the club faces after using them, which I also regret. Anyway, during this stage of my life, I played a couple rounds of 9 holes with my childhood best friend and his dad. I think we went maybe 2-3 times total? I don’t recall ever breaking 100, on 9 holes. So yeah, yikes. My best friend wasn’t much better, IIRC; his dad must have had the patience of a saint.
I’ve always been overweight, though fairly athletic for my size. I was always the slowest kid in the mile run in gym class, but I also could bomb a football/baseball and made a mean goalie in lacrosse/gym hockey. Throughout my teenage years I worked a job that required me to be constantly moving and that didn’t change as I entered college. I worked as a delivery driver for a bakery and meat cutter for a local grocery store.. I had no issue working 12+ hours on my feet. With these college jobs, I saved up and bought myself an Adam’s Blue set, hit the driving range a time or two per week, and even took a golf lesson. I was rooming with aforementioned best friend and he would join me on occasion, though we never played a round of golf and I wasn’t ballsy enough to go as a single. Fast forward to a year and a half after getting my Adam’s Blue set and life had changed drastically. I had gone through some life events that I did not handle well mentally, leading me to fail out of college and lose my job that I had previously been excelling at. It took me a while to find a new job, mostly due to my mental health. Unfortunately, making ends meet means that I had to sell basically all my larger possessions. That included the Adam’s Blue golf set and the electric piano that was a gift from my parents. I kinda miss the golf clubs, since they were my first “real” set, but I really regret the piano. If my mom and/or dad ever see this post, I truly apologize and I feel awful to this day.
I ended up getting a job at an archery shop and made it to being a manager there. I worked 12+ hours on my feet and was doing really good watching my diet. I had gotten down to the lowest weight of my adult life and felt strong as an ox. My mental health was on a healthy path, I was just starting to study again for a career, and I had met a really special woman.
Fast forward to 2020, the pandemic has hit and I’ve moved across the country to be with my now fiancee. I have no friends, no family, completely isolated in lockdown. The archery shop that I had become the IT Manager at had gone out of business and I was on unemployment. My mental health went off a cliff, I felt absolutely useless without a job, and I turned to food. I ate, and ate, and ate. My mental health deteriorated to the point that I was barely leaving the house and could barely bring myself to study for career certifications. I gained weight like a cow going to slaughter, packing on well over 100 lbs in the course of a couple years. Basically all of my hobbies are outdoor hobbies, and they all went by the wayside as my mental and physical health plummeted. My mobility became limited and I started struggling to move around to do chores around the house.
Through the unwavering support and love of my fiancee, I eventually did get my certification I was working towards, got a job in my chosen career, and started feeling better about myself. My job required me to work on my feet all day, so I started getting healthier again. However, I ended up getting a promotion that led to me a WFH gig and I went sedentary again. The job was stressful and I didn’t replace working on my feet with hobbies/exercise. I put weight back on and spiraled yet again.
Then a few weeks ago I was watching golf videos on YouTube, remembering the time I had spent in college with the Adam’s set. I realized that I still had a passion for golf and got a Callaway Edge set. I’ve hit the range a few times now and my swing is progressing despite my size and mobility limitations. I went to the range this morning and had a lightbulb moment when I was able to turn my hips and use the ground to add power to my swing. I’ve felt so disconnected and disgusted by my body for so long, that I almost broke down on the range after feeling it do what I wanted, instead of feeling like I'm fighting it. I’m so embarrassed and ashamed of how obese I am that I don’t go out to restaurants, bars, or even the grocery store. But here I am going to the range, full of athletic people, and having the time of my life. I’m addicted to golf again, watching golf videos/tournaments every day, and practicing my swing every day. I feel connected to my body again and the mental health boost I get by practicing at the range before work is leading to better diet choices the rest of the day. Golf is saving my life. I’m no longer on a path that would have likely led to me dying in my 30’s from obesity.
Sorry for the long windedness, I just needed to get this off my chest. If you made it this far, I truly appreciate you taking the time to read. May you have fluffy lies and soft greens.
TL;DR - Am fat, always have been fat. Golf has helped me get out of the house and on a path to being less fat.
WITB for anyone that cares
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2023.06.05 06:00 SamalandoPart2 My custom css doesn't work correctly with different density options and I'm not sure if there is any code that broke with updates.

I normally enable compact density, but I was making some adjustments to my css code and decided to test it with the other density options, but it's a bit messed up in both of the non-compact options.
Here's what they look like:
Compact (i.e. how it's supposed to look)
For reference, I currently have version 113.0.2 of Firefox, and my css is heavily based on this, with many alterations and additions.
Here's mine:
@namespace url(""); @namespace xul url(""); @namespace html url(""); #TabsToolbar-customization-target { height: 31px !important; } .titlebar-spacer[type="pre-tabs"] { display: none; } .titlebar-spacer[type="post-tabs"] { width: 30px; } #nav-bar-customization-target > :is(toolbarbutton, toolbaritem):first-child, #nav-bar-customization-target > toolbarpaletteitem:first-child > :is(toolbarbutton, toolbaritem) { padding-inline-start: 3px !important; } #PanelUI-menu-button { padding-inline-end: 3px !important; } #TabsToolbar { background-bottom: 1px solid #9E9FA1 !important; position: relative; } #TabsToolbar::after { content: ""; display: block; margin-top: ; height: 1px; position: absolute; bottom: 0px; width: 100%; left: 0; right: 0; z-index: 0; background: #9E9FA1; z-index: 0; } #tabbrowser-tabs .tabbrowser-tab[first-visible-tab="true"] { border-top-left-radius: 0; border-left: none } #tabbrowser-tabs .tabbrowser-tab[last-visible-tab="true"] { border-top-right-radius: 0px; } #tabbrowser-tabs .tabbrowser-tab { border-top: 1px solid #9E9FA1 !important; background: none !important; border-right: 1px solid #9E9FA1 !important; border-bottom: none !important; overflow: hidden; padding: 0 !important; margin: 0 !important; } #tabbrowser-tabs .tabbrowser-tab .tab-background { border-left: none !important; border-right: none !important; box-shadow: none; margin: 0px !important; border-radius: 0 !important; } #tabbrowser-tabs .tabbrowser-tab[selected="true"] { border-bottom: none !important; } #tabbrowser-tabs .tabbrowser-tab[selected="true"] .tab-background { background: #f5f6f7 !important; } #tabbrowser-tabs .tabbrowser-tab[usercontextid] { --tab-line-color: var(--identity-icon-color) !important; border-bottom: 2px solid var(--identity-icon-color) !important; z-index: 2; } #tabbrowser-tabs .tabbrowser-tab[usercontextid] > .tab-stack > .tab-background > .tab-context-line { display: none !important; } toolbar#TabsToolbar hbox.toolbar-items, toolbar#TabsToolbar hbox.toolbar-items hbox#TabsToolbar-customization-target, toolbar#TabsToolbar hbox.toolbar-items hbox#TabsToolbar-customization-target tabs#tabbrowser-tabs { z-index: 1; } #nav-bar { background: #F5F6F7 !important; } #tabs-newtab-button { margin: 3px !important; margin-left: 0 !important; } #tabs-newtab-button image { height: 25px !important; width: 25px !important; } #tabs-newtab-button:hover > .toolbarbutton-icon { background-color: #CCCDCF !important; } #tabs-newtab-button > .toolbarbutton-icon { padding-top: 5px !important; padding-left: 5px !important; } .tab-icon-image { margin-top: 1px !important; } #urlbar[focused="true"], .searchbar-textbox[focused="true"] { border-color: #aaa !important; } #pageActionButton { /* get rid of the 3 dots in the address bar */ display: none !important; } /* back/forward/reload on right click menu */ #context-back image, #context-forward image, #context-reload image, #context-stop image, #context-bookmarkpage image{ display:none !important; } #context-back:before, #context-forward:before, #context-reload:before, #context-stop:before, #context-bookmarkpage:before{ content: attr(aria-label) !important; -moz-margin-start:32px !important; } #context-navigation{ flex-direction: column !important; } #context-navigation > .menuitem-iconic { justify-content: flex-start !important; } /* remove completely */ #context-navigation, #context-sep-navigation { display: none !important; } /* END back/forward/reload on right click menu -------------------- */ #urlbar-background, #searchbar { background-color: #fff !important; border-color: #ccc !important; } /* REMOVE MEGABAR START * VERSION 1.0.3 * CODE AT: * RELEASE NOTES: */ #urlbar[breakout][breakout-extend] { top: calc((var(--urlbar-toolbar-height) - var(--urlbar-height)) / 2) !important; left: 0 !important; width: 100% !important; } #urlbar[breakout][breakout-extend] > #urlbar-input-container { height: var(--urlbar-height) !important; } #urlbar-input-container, #urlbar[breakout][breakout-extend] > #urlbar-input-container { padding-block: 0 !important; padding-inline: 0 !important; padding: 1px 2px !important; } #urlbar[breakout][breakout-extend] > #urlbar-background { animation-name: none !important; box-shadow: 0 1px 4px rgba(0, 0, 0, .05) !important; } #_c607c8df-14a7-4f28-894f-29e8722976af_-browser-action { opacity: 0.75; } .tab-background, #urlbar-background, #searchbar, menupopup, .menupopup-arrowscrollbox { border-radius: 0 !important; } :root{--arrowpanel-border-radius:0px !important;} menu, menuitem { padding-block: 0.3em !important; padding-inline: 0.3em !important; } menupopup menuitem, menupopup menu { margin: 1px 2px !important; padding-block: 0.3em !important; padding-inline-start: 0.75em !important; } menupopup menuseparator { margin: 2px 0.5em !important;; } menupopup { --menuitem-hover-background-color: #EDEDF0 !important; --menu-background-color: #F9F9FA !important; --menu-color: #15141a !important; --menuitem-disabled-hover-background-color: rgba(224, 224, 230, 0.4) !important; --menu-disabled-color: rgba(21, 20, 26, 0.4) !important; --menu-border-color: #cfcfd8!important; --menu-icon-opacity: 0.7 !important; --panel-border-radius: 0px !important; --panel-padding: 1px 0 !important; --nested-margin: -1px !important; } menupopup .menu-right { transform: scale(0.6) !important; margin-inline-end: 0.5em !important; } /* URL BAR POPUP */ .search-one-offs { display: none !important; } html*.urlbarView-row-inner { padding-block: 5px !important; } html*:root { --urlbarView-item-inline-padding: 6px !important; } .urlbarView { margin-inline: calc(3px + var(--urlbar-container-padding)) !important; width: calc(100% - 2 * (3px + var(--urlbar-container-padding))) !important; } #urlbar-zoom-button { background: #f9f9fb !important; padding: 0px 8px !important; margin: 2px 4px !important; border: 1px solid #ccc; } /* PANEL POPUPS (TOP RIGHT HAMBURGER) */ html*:root { --arrowpanel-border-radius: 0px !important;; --arrowpanel-menuitem-padding: 6px 10px !important; --arrowpanel-menuitem-margin: 1px 2px !important; --arrowpanel-menuitem-border-radius: 0px !important; --panel-subview-body-padding: 1px 0 !important; --panel-item-hover-bgcolor: #EDEDF0 !important; --panel-item-bgcolor: #F9F9FA !important; } .toolbaritem-combined-buttons:not([widget-type="button-and-view"]), .toolbaritem-menu-buttons { margin-inline-end: 0 !important } .panel-subview-body toolbarseparator { margin-top: 2px !important; margin-bottom: 2px !important; } /* ========== */ #urlbar[focused="true"]:not([suppress-focus-border]) > #urlbar-background, #searchbar:focus-within { outline: 1px solid #14489E !important;; outline-offset: -1px !important;; } #personal-toolbar-empty-description, #PersonalToolbar .toolbarbutton-1, toolbarbutton.bookmark-item:not(.subviewbutton) { margin: 1px 1px 2px 1px !important;; padding: 5px 7px !important; } #PersonalToolbar .toolbarbutton-text { display: inline-block !important; margin-left: 5px !important; } .browserContainer > findbar { order: -1; } /*** Tighten up drop-down/context/popup menu spacing (8 Sep 2021) ***/ menupopup:not(.in-menulist) > menuitem, menupopup:not(.in-menulist) > menu { padding-block: 2px !important; /* reduce to 3px, 2px, 1px or 0px as needed */ min-height: unset !important; /* v92.0 - for padding below 4px */ } :root { --arrowpanel-menuitem-padding: 2px 8px !important; } /* Colored folders for Bookmarks Menus, Bookmarks Sidebar, Bookmarks Toolbar, Library window, Add/Edit Bookmarks dialog Substitutes a Firefox 57-style folder icon for the new wireframe folder icon */ /* Standard folder -- on Toolbar and Menus */ #PlacesToolbarItems toolbarbutton[container="true"]:not([query="true"]) .toolbarbutton-icon, :-moz-any( #PlacesToolbarItems, #PlacesChevronPopup, #BMB_bookmarksPopup, #bookmarksMenu, #OtherBookmarksPopup) menu[container="true"]:not([query="true"]) > .menu-iconic-left > .menu-iconic-icon, /* Standard folder -- in Sidebar, Library, Add/Edit Bookmark dialog */ :-moz-any( #bookmarks-view, #editBMPanel_folderTree, #placesList, #placeContent) treechildren::-moz-tree-image(container), #editBMPanel_folderMenuList > .menulist-label-box > .menulist-icon, #editBMPanel_folderMenuList menupopup menuitem, #editBMPanel_folderMenuList { fill: #e8bb00 !important; /* slightly muted gold */ /* Specify icon for Firefox 89 Proton (base 64 conversion from old SVG with gold color) */ list-style-image: url("data:image/svg+xml;base64,PHN2ZyB3aWR0aD0iMTYiIGhlaWdodD0iMTYiIHZpZXdCb3g9IjAgMCAxNiAxNiIgZmlsbD0iI2U4YmIwMCIgZmlsbC1vcGFjaXR5PSJjb250ZXh0LWZpbGwtb3BhY2l0eSIgeG1sbnM9Imh0dHA6Ly93d3cudzMub3JnLzIwMDAvc3ZnIj4KICA8cGF0aCBkPSJNMTQuNSAzSDYuOTE0YS41LjUgMCAwIDEtLjM1NC0uMTQ2TDUuMTQ2IDEuNDM5QTEuNDkxIDEuNDkxIDAgMCAwIDQuMDg2IDFIMS41QTEuNSAxLjUgMCAwIDAgMCAyLjV2MTFBMS41IDEuNSAwIDAgMCAxLjUgMTVoMTNhMS41IDEuNSAwIDAgMCAxLjUtMS41di05QTEuNSAxLjUgMCAwIDAgMTQuNSAzem0uNSAxMC41YS41LjUgMCAwIDEtLjUuNWgtMTNhLjUuNSAwIDAgMS0uNS0uNVY2aDE0ek0xIDVWMi41YS41LjUgMCAwIDEgLjUtLjVoMi41ODZhLjUuNSAwIDAgMSAuMzU0LjE0NmwxLjQxNCAxLjQxNUExLjQ5MSAxLjQ5MSAwIDAgMCA2LjkxNCA0SDE0LjVhLjUuNSAwIDAgMSAuNS41VjV6Ii8+CiAgPHBhdGggZD0iTTE1IDEzLjVhLjUuNSAwIDAgMS0uNS41aC0xM2EuNS41IDAgMCAxLS41LS41VjZoMTR6IiBmaWxsLW9wYWNpdHk9Ii4yIi8+CiAgPHBhdGggZD0iTTEgNVYyLjVhLjUuNSAwIDAgMSAuNS0uNWgyLjU4NmEuNS41IDAgMCAxIC4zNTQuMTQ2bDEuNDE0IDEuNDE1QTEuNDkxIDEuNDkxIDAgMCAwIDYuOTE0IDRIMTQuNWEuNS41IDAgMCAxIC41LjVWNXoiIGZpbGwtb3BhY2l0eT0iLjEiLz4KICA8cGF0aCBkPSJNMTUgMTMuNWEuNS41IDAgMCAxLS41LjVoLTEzYS41LjUgMCAwIDEtLjUtLjVWMTNoMTR6IiBmaWxsLW9wYWNpdHk9Ii4wNSIvPgo8L3N2Zz4=") !important; } /* Smart bookmark folder -- on Toolbar and Menus */ #PlacesToolbarItems toolbarbutton[container="true"][query="true"] .toolbarbutton-icon, :-moz-any( #PlacesToolbarItems, #PlacesChevronPopup, #BMB_bookmarksPopup, #bookmarksMenu, #OtherBookmarksPopup) menu[container="true"][query="true"] > .menu-iconic-left > .menu-iconic-icon, /* Smart bookmark folder -- in Sidebar, Library, Add/Edit Bookmark dialog */ :-moz-any( #bookmarks-view, #editBMPanel_folderTree, #placesList, #placeContent) treechildren::-moz-tree-image(container, query) { /* Specify icon for Firefox 89 Proton to override basic folder */ list-style-image: url("chrome://browseskin/places/folder-smart.svg") !important; fill: #69c !important; /* similar to blue smart folder color */ } /*** Top-level "container" icons (otherwise would be Standard folder color) ***/ /* Bookmarks Menu -- in Sidebar, Library, Add/Edit Bookmark dialog */ :-moz-any( #bookmarks-view, #editBMPanel_folderTree, #placesList, #placeContent) treechildren::-moz-tree-image(container, OrganizerQuery_BookmarksMenu), :-moz-any( #bookmarks-view, #editBMPanel_folderTree, #placesList, #placeContent) treechildren::-moz-tree-image(container, queryFolder_menu________), #editBMPanel_bmRootItem > .menu-iconic-left, #editBMPanel_folderMenuList[selectedIndex="1"] > .menulist-label-box > .menulist-icon, #editBMPanel_folderMenuList[selectedGuid="menu________"] { /* Specify icon for Firefox 89 Proton to override basic folder */ list-style-image: url("chrome://browseskin/places/bookmarksMenu.svg") !important; fill: olive !important; } /* Bookmarks Toolbar -- on Menus */ #BMB_bookmarksPopup #BMB_bookmarksToolbar > .menu-iconic-left > .menu-iconic-icon, #bookmarksMenuPopup #bookmarksToolbarFolderMenu > .menu-iconic-left > .menu-iconic-icon, /* Bookmarks Toolbar -- in Sidebar, Library, Add/Edit Bookmark dialog */ :-moz-any( #bookmarks-view, #editBMPanel_folderTree, #placesList, #placeContent) treechildren::-moz-tree-image(container, OrganizerQuery_BookmarksToolbar), :-moz-any( #bookmarks-view, #editBMPanel_folderTree, #placesList, #placeContent) treechildren::-moz-tree-image(container, queryFolder_toolbar_____), #editBMPanel_toolbarFolderItem > .menu-iconic-left, #editBMPanel_folderMenuList[selectedIndex="0"] > .menulist-label-box > .menulist-icon, #editBMPanel_folderMenuList[selectedGuid="toolbar_____"] { /* Specify icon for Firefox 89 Proton to override basic folder */ list-style-image: url("chrome://browseskin/places/bookmarksToolbar.svg") !important; fill: olive !important; } /* Other Bookmarks -- on Menus */ #BMB_bookmarksPopup #BMB_unsortedBookmarks > .menu-iconic-left > .menu-iconic-icon, #bookmarksMenuPopup #menu_unsortedBookmarks > .menu-iconic-left > .menu-iconic-icon, /* Other Bookmarks -- in Sidebar, Library, Add/Edit Bookmark dialog */ :-moz-any( #bookmarks-view, #editBMPanel_folderTree, #placesList, #placeContent) treechildren::-moz-tree-image(container, OrganizerQuery_UnfiledBookmarks), :-moz-any( #bookmarks-view, #editBMPanel_folderTree, #placesList, #placeContent) treechildren::-moz-tree-image(container, queryFolder_unfiled_____), #editBMPanel_unfiledRootItem > .menu-iconic-left, #editBMPanel_folderMenuList[selectedIndex="2"] > .menulist-label-box > .menulist-icon, #editBMPanel_folderMenuList[selectedGuid="unfiled_____"], #OtherBookmarksPopup + .toolbarbutton-icon { /* Specify icon for Firefox 89 Proton (base 64 conversion from old SVG with olive color) */ list-style-image: url("data:image/svg+xml;base64,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") !important; } /* (Older Firefox) Avoid overriding classic Bookmarks Toolbar and Other Bookmarks icons in menus */ #BMB_bookmarksPopup, #bookmarksMenu { list-style-image: url("chrome://browseskin/places/bookmarksToolbar.png") !important; } #BMB_bookmarksPopup, #bookmarksMenu { /* Specify icon for Firefox 89 Proton (base 64 conversion from old SVG with olive color) */ list-style-image: url("data:image/svg+xml;base64,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") !important; } #navigator-toolbox{ background: #D6D7DA !important; } #PersonalToolbar { background-color: #F5F6F7 !important; } 
Is there some way to make this play nice with every density option?
I would also appreciate pointers on any other broken code I might have in here that I haven't noticed yet. I've already replaced some things using guides about the latest update, but I'm not sure of everything that might need to be fixed, since I haven't noticed any other visual problems besides this density issue.
Thanks in advance for any help with this!
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2023.06.05 05:30 EthelHexyl Those of you who have partners who are uninterested in clothing - do you pick out their clothes ever?

I think I need to mount a gentle takeover of my spouse's closet, at least for the nicer clothing. He does not give a hoot about clothes, which is fine for most of our life, but recently we have had a couple of nights out where I realized he does not have even casual nice clothes that fit well. He looked ok, just a little...unkempt and perhaps too casual.
So, I am trying to figure out what I can get for him that won't be too much of a stretch, but will suffice for dinners out and musical shows. I love clothes and actually enjoy this challenge. He is a jeans and t shirt guy, slender, average height, and looks good a pretty much anything (perhaps I am biased). I am thinking of getting him at least a nicer pair of jeans, with the stipulation that they are not to be worn while mixing concrete/digging trenches/crawling around the crawlspace. This will be the hardest part since he doesn't believe in saving clothes for infrequent nice events (our life is very casual, even the nights out). And a pair of nicer shoes, probably like a suede sneaker because - I kid you not - he wore his gardening crocs out to a nicer restaurant last night (again, where we live in the USPNW is very casual, but still...I have some standards!).
Tell me your experience with helping dress your carefree significant others, please! Any tips or good simple outfits to share?
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2023.06.05 03:37 Fuzzy_Elk_1139 Heartburn/Potential Ulcer, traveling to Italy this week - help!!

26F. Medications: Prozac, Ajovy, Omeprazole, Sucralfate. Height - 5’ 7”, weight: 135, non smoker. Months ago I started getting heartburn type pain followed by belching after drinking alcohol and eating out at restaurants (pizza, fried food). It is a burning pain right beneath my breastbone. No pain with empty stomach, pain comes once I eat. No reflux, just burning very uncomfortable pain accompanied with burping. 8 weeks ago it began to increase more frequently to every day, even when eating normal healthy foods and not drinking. I eat a super healthy diet (prior to pain), limit NSAIDS, have cut out alcohol for 6 weeks. Been on 20 mg omeprazole for about 4 weeks and Sucralfate. Overall it has gotten better, but I am so worried about my trip being ruined if I’m in pain. Also mad at myself for waiting to address it - I thought it was just occasional heartburn. I have a endoscopy scheduled for when I get back.
Is there anything I can do to help with my trip? I know alcohol is not good but we’ve had this trip planned for forever and I would love to be able to enjoy the food and wine… any tips to help me get through it?
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2023.06.05 00:03 ramenhead10 WARNING: MENTIONS OF S*ICIDE "You can't tell her that, or else you won't have a relationship with her."

I love my mom. She was a single mother with 2 kids (we have different dads) and me being the youngest and she pulled all the way through for us and made more than enough sacrifices. She juggled work and kids all while not putting us into any type of daycare or babysitting. She'd take care of us all by herself. I think she's cool for that. She never accepted any help and pulled through even with the pathetic amounts of child support we'd get. My mom and sister are the only true family I have. I believe that I was the most problematic child she's had. No amount of spankings would keep me from speaking my mind, it's how I've always been. I had my issues with her for sure, she would always call me a demon or tell me to go back to my dad n' such and that always hurt. I don't know if she ever meant it though. My older sister was more respectful of her. And I understand all of this as an older person now that she would get fed up. As I started growing up and started to have more personal issues, I was baker acted and diagnosed with major depression, being bipolar, and had many suicidal thoughts near daily in middle school. I have had many scary manic episodes as witnessed by my current boyfriend and other friends. Never infront of family, as I never wanted for them to have a reason to send me back to the hospital when it was the last thing I wanted. I think my depression affected my sister the most as she skipped college for a year or so. My mom on the other hand, said she was worried and was supportive of me. However, all I remember is that she would tell me to stop feeling what I was feeling and to control myself because I have no reason to be depressed. I drank pills for depression because it was extremely hard to control for me, I couldn't help but feel uncared for and that I was being dramatic because I'm a kid. She'd complain about not knowing how I feel but whenever I tell her how I'd feel she'd either A. get offended B. scoff C. if it was anything mentioning the thought of suicide, she'd threaten me with being baker acted again when all I wanted to do was get better on my own. And I did get better on my own, I still have episodes here and there but I don't feel an active desire to commit suicide not anymore. I know it's not right for me to do, and as messed up as it is I joke about it but it's a way of cope for me. People know when I'm joking.
I still believe my mom discouraged me a lot during the height of my depression. Sometimes she'd still say things that'd amplify the way I was feeling about myself even more and she denies that she said anything like that to this day but I remember it all vividly. I remember the exact words she'd say to me and she'd deny it all.
But to be honest, there's no point in denying it. She still does it to this day to me.
Our relationship has been slowly worsening. I've grown up and despite being a smartass as a kid, I still have valid gripes with her and my sister agrees with those gripes. There's a beginning to a lot of issues that still happen today with my mom and sister. Ever since my sister got her first consistently paying job, my sister was the sole breadwinner for our family when she was only 18. My mother gave up looking for a job or a certificate that'd help her get a job and relied on government help, extra money from very very inconsistent appointments with clients, and my sister. And of course, I relied on my sister as well. I never understood it at the time, but my mom would basically complain about my sister's selfishness with money. She'd complain about a lot of things to do with my sister's job as well (such as transportation) and how unwilling she'd be to pay for certain things beyond necessities.
I don't know if my mother ever thought about trying to contribute at that point when it wasn't handed to her. She eventually got a job at this one place, but it was very much handed to her, she didn't go through any application process and it was not good pay. That was temporary, and then COVID started and she was let go. After COVID, my mom started working again at that place, she has since been fired for no good reason with no pay. Regardless, the good thing is that she still gets clients from that old job and so she doesn't necessarily need to find a job... however the money is very inconsistent. And so, I try to bring up getting a certificate for that job so she can find a place that'd grant her the better pay and more consistent pay. She puts it to the side and has brought up an insecurity of mine just to get me to stop talking about it even though I never really talk about it.
What I think of my mom is very mixed. I love her, however I think she is very immature and stubborn. I don't think she is a person who can be changed. In the past year, she has focused on going on near monthly trips to visit her boyfriend. Spending money she doesn't really have and even buying extra things to bring over there as gifts. She can go away for weeks at a time and has brought up the idea of leaving for a month. Meaning my sister and I would have to deal with everything in the house including buying groceries, because she won't even buy anything like that sometimes before she leaves saying that we could afford it.
My sister is nearly 30 years old, while she basically "lives at home": She doesn't, she mostly stays at her boyfriend's house which is far from where I live. She has the right to stay wherever she wants especially if its a more relaxed environment for her, which my home isn't. However my mom relies on her so much that its difficult to stop paying for things in our home because my mom will simply refuse to pay for more or tries to dump more responsibilities on to my sister when she already pays for the majority of the house expenses. My sister has been slowly trying to rip that bandage off, however my mom gets more and more demanding.
I recently got a part-time job, its not amazing money but I'd like to take that money and save it to move out or something. However, my mom has been expecting me to cough up money at everything since she can't really ask my sister to do it so easily anymore. From Uber Eats or things that she just wants. I have told her no at mostly everything. She looks at me with a disgusted face and taps her foot, its honestly heart-breaking to see her look at me like that which is why I say yes most of the time.
My mom is also very unfair with money, even before I had a job she'd ask for me to split the very little money I'd get as a gift just for some food delivery even as a minor. Whenever my sister and I order food, we never ask her to split the money with us. But at restaurants she loves ordering 2-3 rounds of drinks and expensive dishes and a dessert. And if I did ask my mom to split the bill, she would get very angry and say that she's not obligated to do so because she's my mother. I feel like the title of mother means more to her as a means of power rather than just a connection. Even for little questions that implies she may have made a mistake or done something that may have offended me or my sister she will scream at the top of her lungs and say I'm a horrible daughter and how I wish I'd just go away. If it's something I refuse to buy she will just say I'm selfish and think I'm hot shit because I'm making money. (Let me clarify that if it's a necessity I won't usually refuse to buy it.) She will angrily say I'm going to cause her a heart attack all because I decided to bring up she's using up all the skin care products that I had bought specifically for my skin that I need. I have done nothing to torment her, 90% of the time I talk to her calmly. If I yell at her, it's because I am fed up of how she makes me feel. She has threatened to sock my face over these arguments and will start insulting me if I threaten the police. I don't remember her apologizing once for how she's made me feel. Even at my worst. She yelled at me in the shower so hard once to the point where I cried because she thought I had used her credit card on a site that was untrustworthy when I had never touched her credit card. She never apologized. She yelled at me for being busy to text an instacart shopper who literally spoke her language. She never apologized. She once told me in a bakery infront of others that I wouldn't commit suicide in a mocking tone. She never apologized and denies that it ever happened. She is never sorry. A place with my mom no longer feels like home anymore. I feel trapped. I feel my mental health worsening, but I don't have anyone else to rely on. My sister says I shouldn't move out to another state where my boyfriend lives because I'd "regret" it. My sister has also told me: "You can't tell her that, or else you won't have a relationship with her." While I respect my sister's advice, she doesn't deal with this 24/7 like I do. Not anymore. I can't bottle up my feelings, I just want to be able to get through my mom. I know it's for nothing but there's something in me that just continues to call out my mom and I know my mom hates it. I don't care how she feels about the truth as long as I get my feelings out. Even if I cry in my room after. I don't know if this is a form of abuse. I don't like throwing around the word abuse. My mother is a kind and normal person on the outside, which is why I think it's best to just have a very distanced relationship with her. I don't want to seem delusional or anything. Regardless, thank you for reading. It's a long and lengthy one and I have a lot of other past issues I won't get into but this is definitely the most relevant right now
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