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2023.03.29 05:46 yhungdrewski GREEN BAY PACKERS 18 CARD SHEET

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2023.03.29 05:32 turkeypox MXR EVH 5150 schematic?

This pedal sounds pretty great and I think I could mod a few things to taste in a clone. Anyone know where I can find a schematic? I see the BAJA circuit on Dirtbox but thats just some guys random design I think.
The board actually looks pretty simple from the discrete components, especially if the PCB is a single side manufacture.
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2023.03.29 05:23 a-halo-in-hello I think Bill Dauterive is favorite character from KOTH.

As a teenager, Bill Dauterive was my least favorite character from KOTH. Bill is often portrayed as the "loser" of the show, the butt of the joke. I just couldn't relate to him at all or really get him.
But as an adult? I LOVE Bill! Yeah, sure, he doesn't live up to his fancy title and name (Sergeant William Fontaine de la Tour Dauterive), but I love that dichotomy between his masculinity and emasculated self. I love that his own worst enemy is himself.
Literally, Bill doesn't see it and it's going to sound weird, but he can be damn sexy if he gives himself a shot. Stephen Root did a great job portraying Bill by balancing his masculinity and fragile ego. Case in point, "'Twas Nut Before Christmas". Bill is weak for Wally for most of the episode but at the end, he ends up convincing the town judge to put his "son" in the army. The army is perhaps the only place where Bill can be masculine, and he shows that at the end when he gets tough on Wally.
It's fair to also say that there are women who fall for Bill because of his gentle side, but I think that they can also see how masculine he could be if he tries.
I do find myself feeling sad for Bill. The episode, "Bill of Sales", is the pivotal moment where we get to see what makes Bill tick. The fact that Bill lived such a difficult, traumatic life is what causes him to be such a people pleaser. Bill needs someone to abuse him so that he could worship the ground that they walk on. When Peggy praised him, Bill freaks out and becomes an apathetic jerk to her because he was never used to kindness. As "A Fire Fighting We Will Go" (Season 3, Episode 10) proves it, Bill views himself even worse than what he truly is — a bald, irresponsible, morbidly obese slob. Because of his extremely skewed and subjective view of self, Bill sadly believes that anyone who praises him must be lower than him and cannot respect that person in return.
That's why the army works out perfectly for Bill. He needs someone to subjugate him. Bill needs to become a subordinate, even to the point of sacrificing himself. Ironically, even if it destroys him, sacrificing himself gives Bill a sense of purpose in life. Bill wants to be needed, and the only way he knows how to be needed is to become someone's lowly, abused slave.
Despite all this, I find Bill to be a rare, complicated character from a sitcom comedy show from the late 90s. It's hard to find someone like Bill. What I like about Bill is that on the forefront, he's so simple that he's refreshing. But deep down, Bill has so many complex layers that even he himself can't work out or express through words. And the thing is, he doesn't have to solve his problems. Bill doesn't wake up and gets his depression or trauma fixed. No, instead, Bill goes on with his life, facing his problems as he is. And it shows the viewers that it's okay to not have everything worked out because everything will eventually work itself out in the end anyway. It's all shown and wrapped up in a 20-minute comedy show. And that's what I like about Bill.
P.S. I wouldn't want to change anything about Bill, tbh. But I would like to see him progress and become happier because he deserves to be happy. Hope he finds someone special one day but not rely on that person or depend on them emotionally or solely for his happiness.
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2023.03.29 05:05 rey-techshifterPH Career shifting journey into Data Engineering.

Hi! I just accepted my first job offer as a data engineer. I want to share my experience to further inspire my fellow career shifters.
As someone who was previously working as a geodetic engineer, I decided to make the shift due to several reasons, including stagnant development in the industry, lack of work-life balance, slow career progression, and a low salary.
I chose data engineering because I already had experience with Python, which is one of the primary languages used in this field, and I was comfortable handling data as a geodetic engineer.
My journey in data engineering started with the Sparta program provided by DOST, where I learned crucial concepts such as SQL, ETL, and Data Modeling. Although I wasn't able to complete the program due to peer review delays, I found another resource, the Data Engineering Zoomcamp by DataTalks Club. This free online resource is readily available on YouTube so I was able to learn on my own pace. DE Zoomcamp taught me more about data engineering and the essential tools and technologies to pursue the field.
I continued to work as a full-time geodetic engineer while devoting my free time to learning data engineering for around 6 months. With the increasing work load, I had less free time so I opted to resign from the company and fully focus myself on Data Engineering and completing my personal project. It took me one more month to finish my project, which I then published on Github. It was then I decided to start applying for data engineer jobs.
For almost 2 months, I continuously applied but to no great progress as most of them, I did not get past the initial interview stage. During this moment, I continued to improve my project and just learn more about data engineering. Until finally, there was a company who considered my application and gave me an opportunity to be interviewed with their Data Engineering head. I was rather nervous since this was my first technical interview. So I introduced myself, explained that I was a career shifter and the reasons behind my shift, and then thoroughly explained my project. After, I was asked some technical questions which I was able to answer almost all of them. After the interview, I didnt expect much from the company since they were preferably looking for an applicant with atleast 3 years experience. However, to my surprise, I was offered the position, with a compensation almost twice compared to my salary when I was a geodetic engineer.
It took me around 8 months of self learning to kick start my journey in the tech industry as a data engineer. I had no certificates to show for my skills, only the personal project I made. I hope this serves as an inspiration to anyone who reads this. Wishing everyone good luck on their own journey into the industry.
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2023.03.29 04:54 tygold2001 Just started playing again after a few months. What’re these pulsing red things over my kings?

Just started playing again after a few months. What’re these pulsing red things over my kings? submitted by tygold2001 to Worldbox [link] [comments]

2023.03.29 04:53 Fortunalight JavaScipt in Adobe Animate Help

JavaScipt in Adobe Animate Help
Hello, I am a student learning web design and am taking an Animation course. I am not sure if I should be posting in the JavaScript forum or Adobe Animate forum. I am using JavaScript code snippets to try and get my animation to have a buttons click to show information that should disappear and appear when another button is clicked. However, the animation only seems to be working for one button and not the others. I don't know how to post a picture here to show the actual piece I am working on. I have the following to stop the individual animation and to play the animations.
var _this = this; /* Stop a Movie Clip/Video Stops the specified movie clip or video. */ _this.stop();
var _this = this; /* Clicking on the specified symbol instance executes a function. / _this.jejuButton.on('click', function(){ / Play a Movie Clip/Video or the current timeline. Plays the specified movie clip or video. */; });
var _this = this; /* Clicking on the specified symbol instance executes a function. / _this.jeollanamButton.on('click', function(){ / Play a Movie Clip/Video or the current timeline. Plays the specified movie clip or video. */; });
This is my first Reddit post (I think), so I am not sure what to share to clarify the information I want to convey. Any help would be greatly appreciated, and if I need to go to another forum kindly point me in that direction.
[Update] I guess I was using Old Reddit. Here is the infographic I am working on with some visuals to better explain the issue I am having. I want to have the user click on the buttons and the bottom sections appear and disappear to match the corresponding buttons on the wheel.
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2023.03.29 04:45 redmandoss Early Profile Review (mostly gauging theoretical level): 31M - 720 GMAT - 3.7 GPA

Basically a copy of an earlier post because the format is great.
Very early on in the process, mainly interested in moving internationally (currently US based), looking for:
Background: 31 y/o white male, NYC based
Academics: 3.7 GPA (Finance), North Carolina state school (not UNC)
GMAT: 720
Work experience: 5 YOE, 2 promos, currently management at big tech firm (think Netflix, Stripe, Spotify, etc) - direct reports, running projects start to finish, typical finance/strat stuff
Post-MBA goals:
Schools (this is where I have no clue. As mentioned, I would love to move internationally for my schooling, so please tell me if these are even in the ballpark): LBS, Oxford, Cambridge, Trinity College (basically the highest ranked english friendly program I could get into with my profile. Open to UK, NE, DE, some others)
Thanks a ton for any insight <3
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2023.03.29 04:28 sandwichevaporator Wts zt 0920
Zt 0920 for sale. Lightly used and in great overall condition. Basically no wear to speak of, except the ano on the clip is a bit faded, that's about the only wear I can spot. It's running on aftermarket bearings and I don't have the box. Perfect Qc. Great detent, free fall drop shut, zero blade play and dead on centering. Looks like factory edge. Looking for $270 shipped
Continental USA only. PayPal f&f
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2023.03.29 04:25 UniversalTreasure I’m looking for roommate! Address: Shimomaruko, Ota city, Tokyo

I live in 1 LDK unit(with spacious master room), I’ve been living and working here since January. It’s quite boring without roommates I like to stay in packs but now that’s what I miss and I feel quite detached. Initially I thought I’ll bring my partner but my marriage is delayed. So, it’s great if I find a friendly roommate!
Rent: 60K
Unit size: 41 sqm.
No contract: minimum stay 3 months, 1 months advance pay . With terms and conditions.
I’m Indian, m, and 29, I speak English well. I’m beginner in Japanese.
Interested? Contact me
unit video
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2023.03.29 04:04 Yarbles The Official Report of the March RVA Reddit (no we haven't) Bookclub

Okay, last week we pulled up for a quick book caucus, and it wasn't so bad. It wasn't nearly as cold as I thought it would be. Two new people showed up, Aurora_the_Off-White and MunsonTime, and we need a few new dudes. We went right into How High We Go in the Dark by Sequoia Nagamatsu, and most of us actually read it this time, so good timing.
Aurora told us the author started writing it over a decade ago and the pandemic elements are a coincidence to our experience over the last couple of years. She really appreciated the last chapter and thought it really brought the disparate stories together. Munson said that the theme of the stories was people dealing with their grief and mourning of lost loved ones. He liked the style of seemingly disparate stories about ordinary people dealing with their circumstance. Everyone had a high opinion of the book, though I thought there was some inconsistency and we could maybe have done without the pig boy story.
Incorrigible_muffin said How High We Go reminded her of The Candy House by Jennifer Egan, which she said was a series of loosely connected vignettes and stories. Candy House is a sequel of A Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan, but Muffin says you don't need to it to fully enjoy The Candy House.
Someone else threw out World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks, which is the prototype of the strongly themed short story collections. We talked about other near future post-apocalyptic works, and lamented that there were few well-written ones. Coconut thought Station Eleven belonged in the discussion and we all agreed that it was excellent. We talked about Emily St. John Mandel's other works The Glass Hotel and Sea of Tranquility and those of use who had read them had a high opinion of them. I recently read The Dog Stars by Peter Heller and can recommended it as a mashup of post apocalyptic gun nuts and spicy romance done by a high quality author.
We talked about N.K. Jemisin's The City We Became and we had mixed appreciation for it. Muffin thought it was amazing, and thought the same of its sequel, The World We Make. She has spent a lot of time in New York and the story elements really resonated for her. Apparently there's also a Great Cities 0.5 that I haven't heard of before called The City Born Great.
We discussed some of NK Jemesin's other series such as the Broken Earth series starting with The Fifth Seasonand The Inheritance Cycle, starting with The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms
Munson had only been to New York once and couldn't relate to the city like Muffin or Coconut could. He gave it a shot and then switched to a different book. I was listening to the audio book, and the narrator started acting out the book and that ruined it for me. She'd whisper parts and I'd have to turn it up, and then she's yell parts and it just got more and more annoying. I usually listen to nonfiction books.
We talked about the compulsion to finish books. Everyone has a position. Some people feel like they're failing if they abandon a book. I say if you're not enjoying the book, you're wasting your time. Munson talked about reading Against the Day by Thomas Pynchon with a group of his friends, and finding it such a slog that he ended up not reading anything for three months because he couldn't swallow any more of Against the Day.
Munson is most excited about hard science fiction, and is currently finishing the third book in the Remembrance of Earth's Past series by Cixin Liu, which I think is The Redemption of Time. The other two books are the The Three-Body Problem and Death's End.
Aurora is working on the the Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas and is liking it. She says very similar things as Laucchi when she was reading it, notably that it started as practically YA and become more adult and pretty spicy in later books. She liked the depiction of the Fae Court being darker and more complex than simpler stories tend to depict. She noted how similar it was to the one in the The Dresden Files and we talked about the wizard with a shotgun motif. She also mentioned a new book by the author of Artemis Fowl, Eoin Colfer but I didn't know which one it was.
Quite a few of the people who had read the Dresden books found them to be misogynistic or at least condescending towards women. Muffin talked about a common convention in urban fantasy where the hero adopts a patronizing attitude and tries to handle all the problems in the world. The hero tries to keep his friends safe rather than allow them to help themselves or utilize those resources to take care of their common problems. She pointed out places in the Harry Potter series where that was happening. I always recommend the Alex Verus series for urban fantasy, and it has some of those tendencies as well.
Speaking of urban fantasy, Muffin read the third book of The Checquy Files, but didn't think it was as good as the second book, which itself was not as good as the first. So now I'm less excited about reading it, but I'll probably still give it a try. All of us really liked The Rook. We talked about the Laundry Files by Charles Stross as having a similar urban fantasy/Ministry of Information flavor.
Muffin heartily recommends Pusheen the Cat's Guide to Everything by Claire Belton, giving it 5 out of 5 paws. She doesn't normally drift into historical fiction, but picked up The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet by David Mitchell. She says it surprised her by having a typical Dutch sailor and the courtesan romance, but said the two halves of the relationship were fairly equal and it was less condescending toward the female character than she expected.
She read Hell Bent by Leigh Bardugo, sequel to Ninth House, saying it was well plotted and well paced. The premise of the books is that there were eight secret societies at Yale that were indulging in various dark sorceries, and a ninth house that was supposed to keep them in line. She also rather liked Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn, saying it was The Golden Girls meets Murder Inc.
We talked extensively about Neal Stephenson and each of us had a different favorite book by him. I said that Quicksilver was my favorite Neal Stephenson book but then Coconut mentioned The Diamond Age, and I had to change my answer to that. We talked about:
We decided to add a Neal Stephenson book to the list, and settled on Fall or Dodge in Hell. Or you can just pick whichever one you like.
We talked about audiobooks, and Munson said that the graphic audio version of Warbreaker by Brandon Sanderson was a lot of fun, and recommended Life is So Good by George Dawson read by Levar Burton. We also covered Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin, The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward, The Past is Red by Catherine Valente, and The Measure by Nikki Erlick.
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2023.03.29 03:58 SuperHotUKDeals WILKINSON SWORD The Edger Double Edge Safety Razor - Handle + 30 Blade Refills - £13.93 With Code @ Wilkinson Sword

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£13.93 - Wilkinson Sword
For once, an Amazon Deal Of The Day is outdone! Amazon currently have this with 5 blade refills for £10.40 / £9.88 S&S.
_- _Help Centre_- _Delivery &Returns_- _My Account_- _About Us_- _Privacy Policy**_- Terms &Conditions
But Wilkinson Sword have this with 30 refills for £17.41 + Free Shipping at the moment. Code WS91-72FP-OPF3 (sourced on a coupon site) worked for me and takes the total to £13.93! (UK Mainland address - screenshot of the total at Checkout, below) - in "Fuss Free Sustainable Packaging"
**(Bear in mind there are three options:
Razor + 10 Blades is £12.72 - with code WS91-72FP-OPF3 = £10.18
Razor + 20 Blades is £15.40 - with code WS91-72FP-OPF3 = £12.32)**The Wilkinson Sword Classic Double Edge Safety Razor combines elegant design with exceptional performance and value. Double edge blade technology increases the life of each blade, providing exceptional performance. A PTE coating on each blade reduces friction, creating a smooth shave and reducing redness and irritation. Simple design allows easy replacement of blades, and facilitates a smooth, effortless shave.- Double edge blade technology.- PTFE coating reduces friction during the shave.- Simple handle design.- Excellent value for money.- Easy to use and great for trimming- Value for money in the long run with cost effective blades- Butterfly opening and locking mechanism - Blades 42mm
I'd already compiled a few Amazon screenshots, and they're more informative than Wilkinson Sword's - so I'll keep them here!
Prices with FIVE blades from Trolley dot do dot uk:
(Also £20 Morrisons)
Shaving Emporium has a review of this DE razor:
Shave Help's review is a bit more detailed and better written (!) & Blade seem to like it too:
This deal can be found on hotukdeals via this link:
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2023.03.29 03:55 Purtle [PIL] #893 3/28/2023

Purtle's Internet Lineup for March 28th, 2023 9:56pm
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2023.03.29 03:48 gubgup [WTS] Heretic Knives Manticore X OTF and Liong Mah Lanny

Interesting choice of timestamp

I'm back for round two (or three, i don't know anymore) of financial degeneracy. Here's an opportunity to get your hands on a very solid choice of knife to go with your kit. Functional and Fancy. I've listed the albums below is a nice and clean format. Prices are shipped and via F&F. Feel free to send a chat or message if you'd like to negotiate.

Heretic Knives

Manticore X

Cleric 2 in Green

Liong Mah Design

Lanny V2 Green Micarta

Combo Deals and Trades

Buy both the Liong Mah and the Manticore X knives: $475 Shipped / $610 Trade Value
Buy All three knives: $750 Shipped / $910 Trade Value

Trades Listed Below in order of interest;
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2023.03.29 03:47 Salvithstrikesback Watched Tenet for the first time tonight and I was treated to a few laughs at show related topics. Here’s two great ones from this week, and an older third reference. Name the three references. Top three show references in these clips. We’re having fun here.

Watched Tenet for the first time tonight and I was treated to a few laughs at show related topics. Here’s two great ones from this week, and an older third reference. Name the three references. Top three show references in these clips. We’re having fun here. submitted by Salvithstrikesback to DanLeBatardShow [link] [comments]

2023.03.29 03:39 Halo-John_Revived No sé si ya lo postearon acá, sólo sé que esta imagen profesa una gran verdad.

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2023.03.29 03:39 gubgup [WTS] Heretic Manticore X Orange and a Liong Mah Lanny V2

Link to the timestamp

All prices are shipped via PP F&F and will be insured for MSRP. Automatic knives will be shipped via UPS 3-day, while the rest will be shipped USPS priority or UPS 3-day at your preference. Please let me know if you'd like a signature confirmation.
Please remember to follow all applicable state laws where you reside in relation to switchblades. Thank you!

Heretic Knives

Manticore X

Liong Mah Design

Lanny V2 Green Micarta

Combo Deals and Trades

Buy both knives: $475 Shipped / $610 Trade Value
Trades Listed Below in order of interest;
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2023.03.29 03:31 WickTheTrickster New 7 Association Outis ID is a Great Sign and Here's Why.

First off, finally, a 3 Star ID for Outis. Amazing.
But the really cool thing is that this could mean that our Season One IDs that we have a lot of love for could see us a lot of use even in future seasons. 7 Association Outis is currently the first new ID we've seen. (New as in, not available on Launch) That is an addition to existing IDs from Day 1. Now the game is still new and frankly we all know that this Outis was always gonna come out, maybe not knowing it would be 7 Section, but we knew that this 3 Star was made knowing that the current 7 Section 6 IDs in the game are kinda lack luster and it's highly likely that Outis will be a great Lynchpin for a team with those two. However, this also shows that Proj. Moon has at least some interest in adding new IDs of old Mirror Worlds to create new team synergy using those older units so they don't get completely power-crept to irrelevancy, or at least push that point further.
We've already seen Proj. Moon show that even if we don't have the IDs accessible, all the 12 Sinners (and probably even Dante) exist in those alternate worlds and are often tied together, so while, yes we can definitely see there being Liu Association Hong Lu, R. Corp Gregor and Ryoshu and others that we've seen overlap in, but we may see Smoke War versions of the character to synergize with G.Corp Gregor and Outis, we could see Shi Assocation leaders to go with Shi Heath, Don and Ishmael... and hell, maybe even J. Corp Backstreet characters to bring relevancy back to IDs like Tingtang Hong Lu and Jefe De Los Mariachi Sinclair... and when Proj. Moon starts making new Mirror Worlds, perhaps some call backs to Library of Ruina or just shedding light on the lesser known Districts, we could see IDs further down the line so when they fall out of favor there's new reasons to keep using them.
Forgive me if this Enkaphalin-Brain theory makes no sense it just seems really novel to me right now.
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2023.03.29 03:30 BigBossSquirtle Yes

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2023.03.29 03:29 BTheez [WTS] G43,G43X/MOS IWB holsters, shield arms s15 magazine and catch, 43x/48 ghost inc +4 mag extensions

Up for sale:
Kydex G43 IWB holster. Bought off of eBay like 7 years ago and is surprisingly well made with great retention. Don't know the manufacturer. $20
SOLD DeSantis IWB G43X MOS holster $20
SOLD Adam's Gear Solutions IWB G43x/G48 holster. TLR-7 sub, optic, suppressor height sights, and threaded barrel ready. Black multicam with wing, high strap, and upgraded clip. Includes both wing tabs. $50
SOLD Shield Arms s15 gen2 magazine and Shield Arms magazine catch. Roughly 400 rounds through both. $50 for the set
2-Ghost inc +4/5 G43x/G48 magazine extensions. These did not like to feed my gold dots while suppressed YMMV $10 for the pair
Prices are shipped to the CONUS
PayPal goods and services only
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2023.03.29 03:28 ravenously Puppy got off leash near a major intersection

I took my 7-month pup out for a quick nighttime stroll. He was doing great on loose leash walking…but all of a sudden, the leash clip attached to his harness just…slipped. He wasn’t even tugging.
It must have been the cute bandana I dressed him in—in my haste of thinking “it’s a short walk”, I guess I carelessly clipped the fabric into the d-ring.
My pup and I looked at each other for a split second, both stunned, and then he TOOK OFF. First towards our building entrance (ok, great!) then in the opposite direction toward a major traffic intersection where I narrowly avoid getting run over on a weekly basis.
I panicked and forgot everything I know about dog training. “Come,” “stop,” “no,” “wait”—might as well be a foreign language to me. I just screamed my puppy’s name and pleaded “please” to him over and over. Thank god he did a 180 a few feet from where the sidewalk becomes the crosswalk.
As he started sprinting back towards me, I was able to get low, grab a small tuft of his fur, and tackle him to the ground. I held him there for a minute, petting him and apologizing for being so careless. He was completely oblivious and unfazed. While I saw his death written in the pavement, he thought it was his lucky day to get an outdoor run in.
Lessons learned: Treat every trip outside like it’s a real walk, not just a late night potty break. Practice recall…but also don’t forget how to recall as a human. Your training is just as important as your dog’s.
Any suggestions on how to handle emergency situations in the future also welcome :)
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2023.03.29 03:26 trwowawayy Season 2 Live Round 1 Elimination Thoughts

Moses Stone: Despite having a clipped audition, he came back with a super fun battle, and a strong performance to surprise me quite a bit! Definitely a sad elimination.
Naia Kete: A decent start with her audition, but a somewhat lackluster battle and a just decent live show, causes me to not be too surprised.
Sera Hill: An great start with a pretty good audition, and a super good battle made her seem to be a somewhat high contender, but a slightly boring live show sealed her fate.
Charlotte Sometimes: A pretty good audition left me expecting big things, and a pretty good battle reaffirmed that, but she never really got up to having a stellar performance, as her live show was also kinda meh.
Kim Yarbrough: A pretty good start with a good audition, leading into a very impressive battle showed lots of promise, but a somewhat middle tier live show did her in.
Tony Vincent: Incredible audition, coupled with a very strong battle, and a decent live show made him a bit of a sock elimination.
Karla Davis: Clipped audition and forgettable battle made her not really too major in my mind, and a lackluster live show reaffirmed that.
Erin Martin: The worst non-clipped audition, coupled with one of the weirdest battles, and a slightly better ,but still bad live show, I'm relieved more than anything.
Saddest Elimination: Tony Vincent
Least Sad Elimination: Erin Martin
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2023.03.29 03:25 ForbiddenSwan Greige?

KD Nails in Milford, DE
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