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2023.06.06 04:37 ThrowRA72601 I (18m) think my gf (18F) is in a secret relationship with her bestfriend (18F)

I have been with my current girlfriend for a little over 5 months now and I have noticed that her and her best friend (also female) have a almost to close of a friendship. I must note that both of them claim to be straight, and both have boyfriends. To start I understand the women tend to have different friendships than guys but this seems deeper to me. For this story let’s call gf k and her friend a. The first thing that tipped me off was one day k was changing with me and A in the room, no big deal. The red flag was that A just blatantly stated “ hey I’m gonna sit here and watch you change.” While A’s boyfriend was also in the house. The next thing was the kissing. I get it girls kiss when they are drunk, I don’t like it but what can I do. But as they now live together and are around each other more I’ve realized they kiss like couples. Whenever they leave each other, see each other, and just randomly throughout the day. They also share a bed while living in a two bedroom house with no one else in the spare bedroom. The final thing is that one day I went to there house to pick up some clothes. When I walked in the room A was laying on K, a video was playing but it was obviously on repeat as tho the phone was being touched, and neither of them were talking. They were still clothed but there are still many things you can do while clothed. When I have brought this up K has two responses, laugh, or get mad and not talk to me. Am I finding something out of innocent situation, or do I have reasonable suspicion?
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2023.06.06 04:37 q_and_a_but-mostlyQ Just bought an older house, and noticed how GROSS it is with the furniture out — I need tips on how to clean and make it feel new!

The house my (F27) partner (M29) and I bought is a bit of an older house and a fixer upper, so we knew it wasn’t going to be brand new and shiny or even move in ready. But now that we closed officially, and have walked through and see the former owners furniture out, we realized JUST how much work it’s going to be to make it feel clean, fresh, and new.
I’m honestly having some anxiety about how gross it is (dirty, rusty, dusty, old) because it feels overwhelming to try and clean it.
So, I just need some advice on how to make a house feel comfortable and clean, and like someone wasn’t living in it before. I might be being dramatic but I don’t even want to put anything down in the kitchen or bathroom or even USE the toilet it feels so old and icky.
I really need help with the kitchen cabinets and drawers (leftover onion peels and crumbs are in it), the bathroom, and closets.
Thank you for any tips you have! Please help me feel excited again to move into my first home!
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2023.06.06 04:37 robdog529 How to make an airtight cover/plug for this drainage access port?

How to make an airtight coveplug for this drainage access port?
Recently got this house and the previous owners had an “inspection port” access added on the interior side drainage line going to the sump pump in the basement. It doesn’t have a cover or plug that can block air from getting into the closet that this port is located in. The closet has really odd smells because of this, almost like the smell of burps. Anyone have ideas how to custom-make something that would be an airtight seal on this?
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2023.06.06 04:37 ArmStoragePlus What-If: You Are Now Petra [WFM Episode 20 Spoiler]

You are now Petra, a second-year student in the Asticassia School of Technology who works with Jeturk House and a good friend of Lauda. One day, when you have just befriended Suletta, the entire school suddenly gets attacked by a terrorist for a second time, and just as you and Suletta are helping other students to evacuate from the school, the whole building suddenly collapses and you are crushed by the falling debris, and the rubbles have critically injured your spine and lower body, all while causing a severe bleeding and bone fracture.
Just as you are on the verge of death, a coalition of rescue teams start to bail you out from the debris. However, before they can start the medical treatment, they give you several options of life-changing surgical treatments, each with their pros and cons.
With all the offers given to you by various people to either save your life or to die with dignity. Petra, which option would you choose?
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2023.06.06 04:37 dapeche [OPEN DISCUSSION] Weekly thread

The "Don't Quote Me" discussion thread has been suspended to make room for the June 12 black out notice.
Welcome to the (roughly weekly) Open Discussion thread.
We have this discussion thread for a few reasons. We know some people are a bit shy to create a whole new post for a small question they may have, so this is a good place to start. Or, we've learned some tips and tricks to share with the community. This is the place to to to that.
As a growing community we find ourselves having to limit the posts that may be off-topic to the primary purpose of the sub of 1) home improvement questions and 2) sharing of completed projects. These topics include home warranty companies, household tips, general painting advice, room layouts, or rants about companies, contractors, and previous owners. While these may be of interest, we are trying hard to provide a venue that will both allow, and constrain, the conversation. Again, the main goal here is to help homeowners with their homes. Thus, this thread. Thank you for participating.
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2023.06.06 04:36 Integrity_Matters Integrity Matters

Ohio it's such a corrupt state
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2023.06.06 04:35 Zestyclose_Youth3604 Job to career pipeline as a trans person

(Just to be clear, I'm grateful for the job, money is money. And while its not livable, at least I have a roof over my head. My rant isn't about being poor or anything, its just.. frustration)
To give some background, I'm 23, I live in Florida, and my parents who house me do not support trans people. Out of highschool, my mother and I had some disagreements about what I should do with my life (and due to some circumstances at that time, I wasn't strong enough to argue). It resulted in me going to work immediately instead of college. Now, several years later, I am only a part time freshman (and have been for two years) at my community college. If I am honest, I've been dragging my feet. My mother insists I need a vocational job, saying no other job will make me money or is reasonable. Plus she doesn't believe in four year degrees, saying they're a waste of time and will not get me a job. Even when expressing that most jobs ask for a minimum of a bachelors regardless of the degree field, she dismisses it and calls it ridiculous. Every time I bring up a vocational job that is even remotely tolerable, she shuts it down.
My mother, despite her disagreement, is obsessed with the idea of me being in the medical field.
There has never been anything I've wanted less for myself. That has been consistent for me since highschool. I don't want to be in the medical field, I hate it, it bores me, I dislike being in a service industry, and I don't support how it works in this country. My mother thinks I'm just underestimating myself.
Its been... maddening because I live with her and I do not feel like I can argue. And everytime I try to reason with her, she tells me I'm being childish and an asshole. Then blames millennials. I've had other people listen to her talk and they... definitely agree I'm not being an asshole in the conversation.
The truth is, I already work in a hospital. I do registration and insurance eligibilities. I enjoy working with insurance, even though I hate its reason for existence, the actual job is fun. Plus I've been able to help other trans people with their insurance issues if I've been aware of it. There's also been times where my presence has helped an LGBTQ person feel comfortable being in the hospital. Thats the only joy I've had working there. It does not balance out the negativity AT ALL. Because of my parents being very transphobic (not enough to kick me out but definitely too scary to comfortably discuss it), I have more or less gone back into the closet after highschool. Its very don't ask don't tell in my house. Cept for when they want to make fun of me for it or complain about trans people to me. I have been working in the hospital as if I'm not trans at all. Which, is good, because I hear the clinical team laugh at trans people, or say transphobic stuff. Even my own team, who are not clinical, has done this. On more than one occasion, I've been told to go peak at a trans person in their room because "they're so funny to look at". They all were normal people. I can't imagine coming out now in this environment... And its worse because while the company boasts for trans people (even the application has a pronouns section), I can't speak up about it because of the power dynamic. Plus, in Florida, that seems like a bad idea at the moment.
I want to... get on with my life. I'm twenty three. I wanted to start my transition by nineteen. I want to move out so I can safely do so. I want top surgery. I want to have my partner with me. I have to be so careful about how much I mention being trans to my parents because I don't want them to blame it on my also trans boyfriend. Since I spent so long scarcely mentioning it. Only when they questioned if I had grown out of it yet would I bring it up and remind them I've always been trans. I can't afford to move out and do things I'd like. I can barely afford my car payment and I'm getting 15 an hour!
If I want a job that pays better, I need a degree. If I want a degree, I need to move out. If I want to move out, I need a job that pays better. It never fuckin ends.
I'm so tired. I can't find anything that pays well enough for me to move out that doesn't require a degree. And even then, some places who require a degree don't pay enough. I feel so stuck. My mother thinks she's giving me this amazing opportunity to go to school and live under her roof so that I just have to pay for tuition and my car but not rent. Its just... not as grand as she thinks. I don't want to be in the clinical field. I want to get a degree and be an editor or a technical writer or in HR or SOMETHING. I even wouldn't mind doing IT. Except she turns it all down and I'm too anxious of what will happen if I ignore her.
My physical safety (in my house) isn't at risk at all. Which is good. I'm still scared though. There's a major power dynamic in my house. Their house, their rules. They've told me before that I'm lucky they let me live in the house as a guest. Which, I don't like the implications of.
I applied to Folx and Plume but I'm still waiting to hear back. The length of time feels like I definitely got passed up even with having experience in a clinical setting. My boyfriend says to have hope and that I might still hear back but its... hard. I feel urgent.
I just don't know what to do with myself? I regret not having more balls in highschool and applying to university. I didn't have faith in my grades and in my IQ to apply for scholarships or schools. I wish I had. I'm glad I went and got work experience but it seems like its doing nothing for me. I'm coming to a cusp of having to apply to a technical program. I'm scratching and clawing to find any excuse not to fall down the clinical pipeline and wind up hating my life in two years. I don't want to waste my life anymore than I already have but it feels too late.
Just... frustrated and upset. Wish I was more brave. Wish I had options to get myself out of this rut.
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2023.06.06 04:35 oknature2 Conflicted about whether to bring my younger partner to coworkers house for a barbecue

Conflicted about whether to bring my younger partner to coworkers house for a barbecue
Hi all, I'm in a little bit of a pickle. I am a 45F and a highschool calculus teacher in Eastern United States for past couple decades. I've been dating a younger guy (20M)for past two years whom I met on tinder ( He was never a student at the highschool I teach at. But however, he has mentioned that one of my students older brothers (who doesn't go to my school) is one of his close friends.
We have one child together (both our first) and I recently came back to work from maternity leave. It wasn't supposed to be long term relationship but here we are. We are quite happy and things have been working out well so far and we plan to have a quiet small wedding in few months.
My coworkers know I'm in a relationship and obviously about the kid but they don't know about the age difference and they never met him or seen pics of him. Since it's summer and all I've been invited to number of barbecues at my colleagues homes. I've usually gone alone or just with my baby. My colleagues usually bring their partners. I can tell my fiance is getting a little frustrated and all about being excluded. Idk how long I can keep this up tbh
I'm just a little paranoid about my job being in jeopardy if anyone finds out and decide to pass around ridiculous rumors. I've never been nor never will be involved with a student. Is it a good idea to bring my fiance to the social events or is it in my best interest to just keep my private life separate for long as I can?
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2023.06.06 04:35 Dismal-Jellyfish CFTC Alert! CFTC approves Cboe Clear Digital, LLC to Clear Margined Digital Asset Futures. Order permits Cboe to provide clearing services for digital asset futures on a margined basis for futures commission merchants, in addition to the fully collateralized swaps previously authorized.

CFTC Alert! CFTC approves Cboe Clear Digital, LLC to Clear Margined Digital Asset Futures. Order permits Cboe to provide clearing services for digital asset futures on a margined basis for futures commission merchants, in addition to the fully collateralized swaps previously authorized.


This is on the Agenda for Wednesday's OPEN meeting, I guess they are just doing it?

Statement of CFTC Commissioner Christy Goldsmith Romero Regarding Cboe Clear Digital, LLC’s Expanded Clearing of Digital Asset Futures:

I support Cboe Clear Digital, LLC’s (“Cboe”) amended order of registration (“Order”), which authorizes Cboe to expand its clearing of futures contracts on crypto assets, while staying within the traditional U.S. futures intermediated market structure. The Order is accompanied by prudent risk-mitigation measures implemented by Cboe to complement policies and practices meeting DCO regulatory requirements. As the regulated digital asset derivatives market evolves, the Commission has a critical role to play in ensuring that any risks associated with that evolution are appropriately addressed by customer protections, guardrails and safeguards. The Commission should assess the risk that flows from any application, determine if that risk can be adequately mitigated, and require risk-mitigation measures.
In my review of the Cboe application, I requested additional measures for critical risk-mitigation, and only with those measures am I able to support the application. I appreciate the staff and Cboe constructively engaging with my office to accommodate my changes to the Order and Cboe’s rulebook, policies, and practices to strengthen cybersecurity and promote market integrity. I also appreciate the staff working with me to create the newly released Division of Clearing and Risk (“DCR”) Advisory on “Review of Risks Associated with Expansion of DCO Clearing of Digital Assets.”[1] This advisory sets forth an approach to our supervision of a number of heightened risks related to the expansion of the regulated digital assets market—which I have called for multiple times this past year.[2] The staff will be able to monitor, supervise, and step in should the risks associated with Cboe’s expanded registration Order cause concern of potential harm to customers and/or markets.
I. Cboe’s futures contracts will continue to be listed, traded, and cleared within the traditional derivatives markets structure and CFTC regulatory framework, limiting certain risks.
Under Cboe’s application, Cboe will operate squarely within the parameters of the traditional broker-intermediated market structure and regulatory framework that has proven effective for decades in protecting customers, clearinghouses, and markets from risks.[3] Under this market structure, regulated brokers who are clearing members will manage and bear risks related to the clearing houses, and interact with customers, providing critical customer protections (including customer bankruptcy priority) and promoting financial stability. This market structure performed well through multiple stress events, including Russia’s war against Ukraine, the pandemic, and the 2008 financial crisis.
Cboe’s application stands in stark contrast to FTX’s application for a bespoke disintermediated direct-to customer market structure. The proposed FTX model was never adopted by the Commission, but it put at risk customers’ bankruptcy priority, other customer protections, and financial stability. In October, while FTX’s application was pending, I gave a speech saying:
The CFTC should continue to use its existing authority, following a “same risk, same regulatory outcome” approach. This starts with establishing the basic foundation of customer protections and guardrails that investors and customers are familiar with, and expect from other regulated financial products and markets. Crypto companies seeking to come within the CFTC-regulated derivatives markets should expect the application of our existing regulatory framework because it has a proven record of reducing financial stability risk. As companies seek bespoke treatment, I will be guided in my decisions by the twin pillars of financial stability and customer protection, in particular for retail investors. Crypto companies set up for an unregulated environment will need to change to look more like a regulated entity. On balance, regulators must be careful in allowing bespoke treatment that could increase financial stability risks—risks that are well in check with our existing framework.[4]
Cboe’s application also differs from other registrants and applicants that have proposed bespoke market structures that could introduce financial stability risk and other risks.
Cboe does not seek bespoke regulation that differs from the time and stress-tested traditional market structure. CBOE’s amended Order provides fair competition, without opening the door to novel and complex risks that could flow from an untested market structure.[5]
Additionally, Cboe’s clearinghouse itself has been registered with the Commission since 2019, and its parent company Cboe has more than fifty years of experience operating exchanges across regulated futures, options, foreign exchange, and equities exchanges.[6] This experience can further serve to limit risk with the financial and human capital, as well as risk management expertise, that Cboe has in executing the responsibilities associated with regulated trading and clearing in other asset classes.
Finally, in connection with seeking the expanded authority under the Order, Cboe has agreed to hold itself to a higher financial-resources standard than the law requires.[7] This recognizes the heightened risks associated with clearing in a nascent marketplace, like crypto, and acts to limit risk.
II. Strengthened customer protections, cybersecurity and clearing-system safeguards and guardrails.
The customer protections, cybersecurity, and clearing-system safeguards and guardrails of the futures markets will be strengthened by four significant measures that my office advanced.
Staff Advisory on Supervision of Heightened Risk
First, last week, the staff issued an advisory warning of certain heightened risks associated with the expansion of clearing into the digital-asset space—a supervisory action that I have advocated for this past year, and worked closely with the staff to release.[8] That advisory is a critical step in implementing heightened supervision of crypto exchanges and clearinghouses where there is heightened risk.
The advisory makes clear that the Commission has existing authorities it can use to supervise areas of heightened risk. It identifies cyber resilience and systems safeguards, conflicts of interest, and physical settlement risks as key areas in which the staff intends to emphasize its general supervisory authority, application review authority, and examination authority.[9] The comprehensive oversight approach reflected in the advisory will continue to be critical in monitoring markets and supervising risks for those regulated entities where we have approved applications, such as CBOE. It will also be critical as the Commission considers other applications to expand clearing into digital assets or for new registered entities.
Strengthened Cybersecurity Related to Cboe
Second, because Cboe wished to expand to physically delivered crypto using an unaffiliated, experienced third-party custody provider, and out of my concern for the high rate of cyber hacks in crypto, Cboe worked with my office to strengthen a key cybersecurity and operational risk protection both for itself and third parties. In February, soon after the cyber attack on ION Markets, I gave a speech on strengthening cyber resilience, saying, “One of the lessons learned from last week is that a firm’s cybersecurity is only as strong as its most vulnerable third-party service provider . . . . Firms owe it to their clients—and I would say the markets—to have ongoing communications and other due diligence with third-party service providers to understand their cybersecurity controls and any weaknesses that could put the firm at risk. One path firms can consider is to request regular updated Systems and Operational Controls 2 (“SOC 2”) audits and opinions that the third party service provider has met, and better yet, exceeded, standards.”[10]
CBOE has agreed to annual SOC 2 audits, giving it regular reports and findings with respect to the design and effectiveness of Cboe’s own financial and operational controls. These audits will serve as a useful oversight tool both for Cboe and the Commission and are a best practice to reduce cyber and operational risk. Commission staff will receive the reports and benefit from information and findings therein due to conditions that have been memorialized in the Order at my request. Cboe has submitted a representation letter to the Commission at my request that it will continue to engage these audits on an annual basis. In the letter, Cboe stated its belief that annual SOC 1 and SOC 2 reports constitute best practices.
Strengthened Cybersecurity Related to Third Parties
Cboe also worked with my office to strengthen cybersecurity by amending its vendor management framework to improve third-party risk management of custodians and wallet providers. Under the revised framework, Cboe will require all “high risk” third-party services involved in custodial or wallet services to provide their own SOC 2 Type II reports to the clearinghouse on a regular schedule.
This third-party cyber risk control will provide Cboe with an independent view of the controls environment at key custodians and wallet third-party providers involved in its digital assets businesses. Key to this important due diligence requirement, of course, is the definition of “high risk,” which Cboe defines to include a broad array of disruptions to Cboe’s ability to deliver services or satisfy compliance or regulatory obligations. It also includes all services with unsupervised access to, or hosting, highly confidential information.
This control comes as a lesson learned from the ION Markets attack. In a discussion of the lessons learned from the ION Markets attack in the Technology Advisory Committee (“TAC”) that I sponsor, TAC member and Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Todd Conklin, who leads Treasury’s cyber portfolio and worked on the ION Markets attack, presented the lessons learned from the attack.[11] DAS Conklin said, “You have this potential sprawling impact zone for a firm that, we found later, many institutions didn’t even classify necessarily as a ‘critical’ third-party vendor. Right? So many firms who onboarded ION didn’t use the highest-level scrutiny that they use for their most critical third-party vendors.” The Commission should pay close attention to these definitional issues across all registrants.
Market Integrity Safeguards
Finally, Cboe worked with my office to change its rulebook to protect the integrity of derivatives markets. Cboe agreed, in particular, to amend Rule 301(f) of its rulebook relating to General Eligibility Requirements of Clearing Members to disqualify any applicant for clearing membership if it, any affiliate, or any associated principal is subject to statutory disqualification(s) under section 8a(2) of the Commodity Exchange Act.[12] In other words, Cboe will not admit any clearing firm that has been found to have violated a provision of law identified by Congress as significant enough to prohibit a firm—without a hearing—from engaging in a CFTC-regulated business.
These four measures collectively protect customers, the clearing system, and markets.
III. Conclusion
I have been vocal about the benefits of bringing appropriate crypto activities into the regulated space in order to protect customers, but in a way that supports oversight, accountability, transparency, and risk management (among many other public interests). I also have been vocal about my concerns with respect to firms seeking bespoke regulation that has not been tested for risks. Too often in recent years, crypto firms have sought to take a business model or market structure that exists in an unregulated environment and port it over to the regulated environment. The CFTC does not have a window into the risks associated with models or structures in an unregulated environment. Cboe has not done that, instead operating within the parameters of the traditional futures market structure and regulatory framework. It has constructively engaged with the staff and my office to address concerns related to risk, and implement risk-mitigating measures. For these reasons, along with the staff advisory that recognizes our existing authorities in a supervisory framework for continued monitoring and supervision of heightened risk that could harm customers and markets, I approve.


  • CFTC approves Cboe Clear Digital, LLC to Clear Margined Digital Asset Futures. Order permits Cboe to provide clearing services for digital asset futures on a margined basis for futures commission merchants, in addition to the fully collateralized swaps previously authorized.
  • Under this market structure, regulated brokers who are clearing members will manage and bear risks related to the clearing houses, and interact with customers, providing critical customer protections (including customer bankruptcy priority) and promoting financial stability.
    • "Cboe’s application stands in stark contrast to FTX’s application for a bespoke disintermediated direct-to customer market structure. The proposed FTX model was never adopted by the Commission, but it put at risk customers’ bankruptcy priority, other customer protections, and financial stability. "
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2023.06.06 04:35 But_Kicker I’m confused

29m dating a 22f. We’ve been going on dates over the course of about a month and a half. Both of us are super outdoorsy and super career driven.
She’s 22, first year in her career and is also working on her masters. I’ve been in my career for several years and have finished my masters.
I’m confused to the point where I’ve come here for help. We’ve been on 4 dates. I don’t want to just sleep with her, I’d like to continue to date her and maybe get into a relationship
I met her hiking on the peak of a mountain. She was with her mom, started talking to them and I got her phone number (her mom approved) loll
1st date - 1.5 hour hike date to make sure we vibe with each other, it was fitting. We had fun
2nd date - 4 hour round trip road trip, 3 hour round trip hike to a waterfall. She later tells me it was one of the best dates she had ever been on and she felt like a little kid and thanked me a lot (first kiss after making a bet about skipping rocks)
3rd date - Rooftop cocktail lounge, good food, good drinks, good scenery. Afterwards she said no to coming inside my house. I didn’t push. I get it (some making out)
4th date - Chilled by the pool at her apartment, had some drinks and fruit. Cooked a homemade, lemon chicken dinner w/ seasoned asparagus inside, she told me I then had to leave soon because she has to get ready for the week (was a Sunday at 7:30pm) but we could play some mariokart on my Nintendo Switch that I brought (lots of making out)
5th date - She agreed to join me this Saturday for an adventure date. But said it has to be morning
I’ve never had this issue. I feel like I’m tip toeing to not mess up. She’s essentially denied my advances twice to go past making out. Do I say something? Is she just using me for attention? Is she not comfortable with me. She hasn’t paid for a single thing. I haven’t asked, I don’t want her to pay. Clearly I’m way over invested here
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2023.06.06 04:35 GeorgeYDesign NT Children's Commissioner calls for government to formally ban spit hoods in watch houses

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2023.06.06 04:35 Itchy_Breakfast_5152 Helloooo my fellow psychedelic friends

I’ve decided I’m ready to try DMT for the first time ever. I got this like 35% blend and it has some other shit I think it’s like changa or something. I’ve always been so scared cause of the things I’ve heard but at this point ego death can bring it on. Any suggestions or advice. I’ll be alone nobody else there in my house. Someone said setting is everything as long as the music. Any advice for a first time DMT user. I have been experiencing with lsd mdma and shrooms basically since I was 18. I have a very high tolerance so is it true what they say that literally a pinch is all you need? Last question, can I like put it on some weed and smoke it out of my bong or do I need something specific. Thank you I’m advance for the help. Y’all stay uppppp and be easy
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2023.06.06 04:34 potayay [Pc, microsoft windows ] [ 2000, but maybe this game was made before ] I NEED TO FIND IT

When i was a child, there was this game i loved to play in my dad's old computer. You could select a option of the various scenarios that the game offered , like a garden or a haunted house , It had a cartoonish style , and depending on which one you choose , you got a serie of options of what you could put in there ( like Animals or people or objects , but im not sure of the objects part ) and the creatures and humans would Interact with each other For example, If you choosed the garden and selected a dog and a cat on the scenario, they would eventually fight, in the haunted house, If you selected a Man and a ghost , the Man would run scared These are the only memories i have on It by now,but i have been searching for this game for MONTHS and i cant find It anywhere :(
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2023.06.06 04:34 lmeya22 I’m so tired of living paycheck to paycheck

For context I’m a 21 F living on my own in CA where everything is crazy expensive. I had to give up a lot of things including college when my father abruptly sold our home, moved away and sent me off on own over a year ago. I have worked since 15 and always considered myself very independent. I currently work one full time job and one part time, I work 6 days a week usually 7 shifts. I never have time for anything, nor money to even go out to dinner. My rent and car payment take up most of my checks so gas and other essentials suck up the last of them. I have had $0 in savings since the move and honestly feel like I’m drowning. Most of my friends still live at home or with a partner splitting the bills, so no one really gets how hard this is on me. My friends always invite me out but I seriously can’t even afford to go out even though I’m 21. You would think working six days a week I would have something to show for it or money to put in my savings or go on little trips but I am barely paying my bills. I’ve maxed out my credit card and really don’t know what to do. My main job pays decently well and has full benefits so I really don’t want to let it go and it’s also in the field I love. But at the same time half of me wants to move out of CA and somewhere I can actually afford to live. I am a lover of nature and I can never even spend time outdoors, I constantly feel exhausted and I don’t have a support system to fall back on in case things go wrong. I had so many goals when I was younger and now my biggest stress is simply keeping a roof over my head. I am tired of this. Working to live or living to work?
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2023.06.06 04:34 Exact_Roll_4048 Chicago Midway travel

I will be traveling to Chicago via the Midway airport. I'll get in before 8 AM but no hotel room until the afternoon. I can't find anything on the airport website saying whether or not they rent luggage lockers. If not, does anyone know a place in that area I might be able to securely store a duffel bag for 4-6 hours? I'll be walking around so I don't want to have it on me for both comfortability and liability.
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2023.06.06 04:34 lanadelrage It was great hearing Bridget talk so passionately about The House Bunny in the latest episode

In Episode 41, Bridget goes into depth and gets quite impassioned talking about how she feels her identity was stolen and turned into something else by Playboy and by the film The House Bunny.
I have always wondered how that movie affected her personally- it was so clearly based on her, her voice and mannerisms and personality, but at the same time it was such a caricature.
While I really love the movie, the lead character was such a stereotypical dumb bimbo. Bridget is so intelligent, and it must have been really upsetting to have this weird dumb version of her created.
I would really like a whole episode just focused on The House Bunny and how it affected her, and what it was like for her when she first saw it, and dealing with peoples reaction to the film. (Holly if you’re reading this, please make it happen!)
As far as I know, this episode of the podcast is the most she’s ever spoken publicly about her depiction in the film- has anyone heard her talk about so in depth anywhere else?
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2023.06.06 04:34 crimsonchin47 Commuting weekly via United

Have a job offer in NYC but I live in Chicago. Pay is higher than my previous role but would effectively be a paycut if I move to and pay NY/NNJ rent & COL. Thinking it may be cheaper to fly in once a week instead of paying an additional $22k in rent yearly.
Anyone currently commute to work via United on their own dime? Any reasons I may be overlooking to not do so?
I usually pay $180-$280 for Chicago New York flights now, it seems like it's stable around that price year round plus savings from awards trips.
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2023.06.06 04:33 Kooky_Arugula_5765 Can a 9 year old child be put into foster care by her parents? State of Indiana.

TLDR: My brother and SIL no longer want or love their 9 year old daughter (I'll call her Alice). Our mother has stated that she doesn't want Alice living with her either because brother and SIL live with her and she wants to make life easier for brother and SIL. They all want to voluntarily give up Alice and put her into foster care.
I live in another country so I don't know the entire story of how life is in their home, I haven't visited since 2016. I know the house is extremely cluttered, CPS was called on them because Alice told her school counselor that my brother choked her and told her to do her homework. She weighs 38 lbs, but my mom assures me Alice is just small and eats all the time. She feels the CPS is on a witch hunt and my brother and SIL can do no wrong. I want to believe her because I love my family but I do believe Alice has been neglected and my brother and SIL are bad parents. TBH my mom has filled the parent role but she is getting older and we lost my Dad recently and her own health has taken a toll.
Alice has been diagnosed with ADHD and possibly Austism, or at least that's what I gather from my Mom.
SIL is Canadian and has parents in Toronto, I keep pushing my Mom to get SIL to take Alice to them, to be loved and given some attention. Brother can't leave the state, but SIL could go to Canada with Alice, stay there until the court date. Brother has a no contact order currently and is living in hotels with SIL while my mom watches Alice.
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2023.06.06 04:33 scroogesnephew I (26f) perpetually want to break up with my perfect boyfriend (29m) (dating 8 months)

TLDR: Do I just have commitment issues that I will work through given enough time and consistent love, or do I really just not love my boyfriend and need to cut him loose?
I met my boyfriend through a mutual friend in late fall of 2022 (we’ve been dating about 8 months now.) When I started dating him, I was going out with a bunch of different people - folks from dating apps, people I had known irl, etc. I was in sort of a manic, date-everybody phase, because I was recovering (or trying to recover) from a really traumatic heartbreak. I hadn’t gotten over this heartbreak yet - didn’t even really see it as being over - and thought of my dates as being something-I-was-doing-to-bide-my-time until my ex saw sense and asked for me back. Before this heartbreak (my best friend of 3 years, with whom I had an extremely codependent-turned-romantic relationship) I was previously in a 4-year relationship with a guy who asked for our relationship to be “open” and said “I know I want to marry you eventually, but not until we’re 30” the entire 4 years we dated. And long before that, my first love was a boy who committed suicide just as soon as we had started to drift apart. Suicide has been a theme around me all my life - neighbors, uncles, classmates, etc - but that one hit the hardest because at 18 I thought he was my soulmate.
Other than these stories, though, I don’t have a history of abandonment. I have amazing parents, a great family, good friends.
So I’m wondering: is the reason I want to break up with my boyfriend just that I have abandonment/commitment issues? Or would my romantic doubts go away if I was with someone I truly loved?
My boyfriend is crazy about me - lately a day doesn’t go by where he doesn’t mention wanting to marry me and “look into my eyes forever” etc. He’s started calling me his future wife. It’s sweet, but I feel so guilty because I feel like I’m lying when I say it back. Ultimately the feeling I have is: “Sure, it would be nice to be this loved forever.” It’s nice to be with someone who adores you. On paper we are totally compatible; his lifestyle and mine work well together. And he’s a really good person. I just sort of find some things about him… annoying. He’s fussy and whiny in ways that I am not. He pouts when he doesn’t win a board game. He can be a little patronizing to me when I don’t make the same choices as him in regard to eating healthy/putting a ton of money in my retirement account etc. He doesn’t command a room in social events; he tends to slink in the background. He tells his friends EVERYthing about our relationship, including sexual anecdotes or embarrassing stories that don’t make me look good. He feels like he is “behind” his other friends, who all have somewhat-higher-paying jobs than him, and some of whom are married with kids. And he’s not… sensitive, in the way the other men I’ve loved have been. Poetic/romantic/in tune with the world/a lover of literature & theatre. Those things are not him. He thinks [redacted megasuperstar pop artist] is the height of lyrical depth. But on the other hand, he is incredibly attentive and affectionate, smart and pragmatic, disciplined and a hard worker, social [with his own friend group, all of whom are deeply good and enjoyable people to be around], kind to his family and mine, an incredible sex partner, and willing to do basically anything for me.
I finally had a conversation with my ex last week where we laid his old feelings for me to rest. It had been hard for me to move on throughout this time, because my ex went from a separated marriage (which I didn’t want to get in the middle of - that’s why I left him) to a new girlfriend right away, before divorcing his wife. And yet while he had the new girlfriend, he would hit on me, or tell me that he was jealous to hear I was going out with new people, etc. Anyway, he finally clarified that he’s happy in his new relationship and doesn’t want to be with me. Fine. That is some relief to me and can allow me to set down the part of myself that expected us to get back together.
But these great loves, like that ex, they come around so rarely. And my current boyfriend is not one of my great, soul-gripping loves. But he is the first guy I’ve ever been with who has committed to me, who I know loves me so much.
I keep waiting to see… if I just wait long enough, if I really will love him back to the same degree he loves me. Am I only pushing him away because vulnerability scares me, or because I’ve been “rejected” so many times that acceptance feels cringey? Do I just feel like I’m supposed to be the one doing the chasing, and having someone else do the chasing feels wrong? Or do I really just not like him, and should I set us both free to find someone else?
I find myself being rude when I’m with my boyfriend - deliberately provoking arguments, texting other guys/being on my phone when I’m in his house, and generally not putting forth as much effort as he puts in. I don’t like these parts of myself. I don’t like the version of me that I am around him. But that’s not his fault. Would I be equally insufferable with anyone else too? Am I the problem?
Am I just using him? Or is this an acceptable part of a healing process where I learn how to be loved? Or is this what love looks like for most married people - should I be happy with this very practical relationship and settle into it?
I’m leaving for the summer for grad school and I’ll be gone for 7 weeks. That’s making me feel like there’s a ticking clock on our relationship - like if I’m going to break up with him, I should do it soon, so he can have a fun single summer and move on. And especially now that he’s starting to talk marriage - I don’t know what I would do if he proposed. Of course it would be so flattering to be proposed to, and would make me feel safe and loved. And there are things I really love about this man. But… I’m just not sure. I felt like I left all these other doors open when I started dating him - I “broke up with” all the other guys I had been going out with, and now I keep wondering whether I might be just as happy with any of them as I am now with this boyfriend.
Is this all just arbitrary? Do soulmates come around so rarely that most people just pick a decent partner and go with it? Am I being ungrateful?
Please help. I am worried he is going to propose and I will say yes with my head and not my heart.
(This is my first time using reddit - thanks in advance for any advice you might have.)
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2023.06.06 04:33 blaaackbear best way to find apartments and roommates in NYC? more in body

I'm relocating to the city for work and when I checked out the apartment prices, I'm taken aback. My main focus is on studio apartments in Upper Manhattan and Brooklyn, but it's quite challenging to find anything decent below $1.9K. So, I'm considering the option of renting a room in a shared apartment with roommates in the city. I'm part of several Facebook groups, but I've come across numerous fraudulent listings and scams. Therefore, so I'm trying to see if there's a better way. Thanks for the help in advance!!
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2023.06.06 04:33 NoBadDays33 Too much in retirement keeping me from short term goals?

I’m 34 single and have $260K net worth (no debt) but just $83K in liquid funds between emergency fund and brokerage account ( conservative ETF’s). Make decent salary but in HCOL area and feel like I’m way off in saving for a home and with upcoming expenses for engagement/wedding in the next 1-2 years and about to book some euro travel later this year - feel like I’m basically broke. Should I back off on retirement and build up savings more (currently contributing 11% toward 401K and maxing out Roth IRA)? Or just stay the course and wait another 5-8 years to buy a house?
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