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    I have this watch and the price is a steal....

    I have this watch and the price is a steal. Somebody should buy it bump
  2. I haven't surveyed a ton of options, but I like...

    I haven't surveyed a ton of options, but I like this Small Hand Foods syrup: https://amzn.to/3vxYB6U

    I also have a sodastream rigged with something like this to a 20lb Co2 tank, so a $10 Co2 fill...
  3. A sodastream can also be a force multiplier; I've...

    A sodastream can also be a force multiplier; I've had good luck with that + off-the-shelf syrups.
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    Thanks! We've done a similar trip (first weekend...

    Thanks! We've done a similar trip (first weekend in May) for a couple of years running at Francie's hut near Breck. It has some good spring ski terrain, but we've skied most of it at this point. This...
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    Anybody have eyeballs on coverage around the...

    Anybody have eyeballs on coverage around the Lindley and Green-Wilson huts? Spending a week in that neck of the woods starting at the end of next week, and I'm curious about what options might be on...
  6. Hey hey hey, don't go complicating things with...

    Hey hey hey, don't go complicating things with nuance.
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    Nice thread. Working from home has been rad....

    Nice thread.

    Working from home has been rad. And I had already planned on an August 2021 move to a new house. It was going to require me to tell my job I need to telecommute 3-4 times a week. I...
  8. CDOT does not prosecute crimes.

    CDOT does not prosecute crimes.
  9. Interesting mention of the plea negotiations in...

    Interesting mention of the plea negotiations in that article.
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    I was unhappy with carpet testing the Backland...

    I was unhappy with carpet testing the Backland and the TLT7s; I felt like I could easily drive through all of the flex. I liked the F1s more, and like the F1LTs much more. You'll still need to ski...
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    Shirk if you need any more buyers you're welcome...

    Shirk if you need any more buyers you're welcome to take my money.

    How's the Lagavulin 8? Considered it the other day but picked up Ardberg 10 instead.
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    I'm a big fan of Lagavulin 16. Getting pretty...

    I'm a big fan of Lagavulin 16. Getting pretty pricy and hard to find though. I've been happy with Talisker Storm as a cheap, more everyday alternative. Has the smoke and salt but not the oil or...
  13. Personal definitions don't matter. A person...

    Personal definitions don't matter.

    A person acts recklessly when he consciously disregards a substantial and unjustifiable risk that a result will occur or a that circumstance exists. ...
  14. Intent isn't the only culpable mental state for...

    Intent isn't the only culpable mental state for criminal liability. They're being charged with recklessness.
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    I feel like it took me a long time to find Turbo....

    I feel like it took me a long time to find Turbo. Fun run when it has enough coverage.
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    I've done the hockey stick style wrap with...

    I've done the hockey stick style wrap with athletic tape. It's held up fine.
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    A buddy found that turning the image...

    A buddy found that turning the image stabilization stuff off seemed to reduce the initial power draw a lot, which didn't trigger whatever low voltage warning that was shutting the thing down. Might...
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    Maybe it was posted and I missed it, but full...

    Maybe it was posted and I missed it, but full report is up here.

    There's something particularly horrifying to me about a burial where the rider's head is only a foot down.
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    What a fucking nightmare. So many beacon signals....

    What a fucking nightmare. So many beacon signals. Digging up, to your surprise, someone from another party. Uggg.
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    Ditto. Same bindings same price a couple years...

    Ditto. Same bindings same price a couple years ago.
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    I like the chairlift idea but they're hard to...

    I like the chairlift idea but they're hard to find. Though less expensive than a BTC.

    A lot of what makes a gift good depends on the people. My wife and I tell each other what we want for...
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    Uphill Athlete is a great book for understanding...

    Uphill Athlete is a great book for understanding the "whys" of training, and the impacts various types of training have on your body. It can feel really dense at times, but it's great background to...
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    If I'm reading the full report right, the group...

    If I'm reading the full report right, the group decided at the hut they weren't going to ski this feature? That was the biggest thing that jumped off the page for me, aside from the terrain...
  24. A Float 42 has been my daily driver for the past...

    A Float 42 has been my daily driver for the past few years. I usually run the airbag in it until it's spring and I'm swapping the weight for axe/crampons/maybe rope. I like that it has enough space...
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    Yeah, easy set-it-and-forget-it option. And if...

    Yeah, easy set-it-and-forget-it option. And if you want to adjust the risk profile, you could supplement with a smaller buy-in into either a broad equity fund to increase risk/reward or a broad bond...
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    Coffee has a commodity ("C") price. More here....

    Coffee has a commodity ("C") price. More here. https://www.craftcoffeeguru.com/what-is-the-coffee-c-market/

    But it's effectively a baseline price for the coffee beans that make McDonald's coffee,...
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    Victims ID'd...

    Victims ID'd. Vibes to those who knew them.
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    Bump for useful gear. I'm wearing my 5x now. It's...

    Bump for useful gear. I'm wearing my 5x now. It's my first smart watch; surprisingly great for working from home since I don't need to carry my phone around to keep half an eye on incoming work...
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    I've since upgraded my Flair to the Pro 2 brew...

    I've since upgraded my Flair to the Pro 2 brew head so that I can pull larger shots (20g dose instead of 15g or so). The pressure gauge and add-on temperature strips ($5 for the latter) are also...
  30. Seems like a lot of the GME squeeze requires...

    Seems like a lot of the GME squeeze requires everyone to stick to their guns during a prisoner's dilemma. What do we think the odds are of the bigger short positions getting closed out during the...
  31. I don't believe there was enough volume traded at...

    I don't believe there was enough volume traded at the low numbers for this to be true, but I'm also not very good at math.
  32. I enjoyed: https://i.redd.it/8bels7zob4e61.jpg

    I enjoyed:
    https://i.redd.it/8bels7zob4e61.jpg
  33. u/DeepFuckingValue on Reddit was up $33m+ at one...

    u/DeepFuckingValue on Reddit was up $33m+ at one point, and he was holding everything in the Canadian version of an IRA.
  34. Not for the IRA Gang!

    Not for the IRA Gang!
  35. Not so complicated; you can put in a trade and...

    Not so complicated; you can put in a trade and allow it to executed before and after market close. If you check a ticker on google, the greyed-out price information is from AH activity.

    Though a...
  36. That made me laugh in real life. But yeah, I...

    That made me laugh in real life.

    But yeah, I guess my snake/ape/apple analogy really should have covered the entirety of the US financial market.
  37. I mean, that one and others.

    I mean, that one and others.
  38. Read a book for once. But okay, let's start with...

    Read a book for once. But okay, let's start with short sales.

    Let's say apples are $1 at the market. A snake (hedge fund trader) thinks they're over-valued. So they borrow 10 apples, with a...
  39. Ok Melvin. How is observing "these idiots...

    Ok Melvin.

    How is observing "these idiots shorted 140% of float, they're fucked if people buy and hold" market manipulating any more than "I like this stock because of the fundamentals"
  40. "Buy the dip, pussy." -Warren Buffet,...

    "Buy the dip, pussy."

    -Warren Buffet, probably.


    But yeah, if the SEC is looking for places to regulate, preventing shorts as 140%+ of float seems like a good place to start.
  41. Seconded. It's not a lot different from the...

    Seconded. It's not a lot different from the mortgage crisis. Hedge funds taking super risky positions (like shorting over 100% of float!) and then trying to claim they're the victims. WE bailed out...
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    Am I reading this...

    Am I reading this right? Short interest up to 300% of float?

    Also, full Chamath interview is here. Worth a listen.
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    That seems pretty cynical for local news, but I...

    That seems pretty cynical for local news, but I suppose they may not count as the "financial news establishment." When it comes to those who commonly report on the market, yeah, you're probably right.
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    Yeah, that's what I think some of the news...

    Yeah, that's what I think some of the news stories in particular are missing. One definition of "market manipulation" distinguishes it from "supply and demand principles." And here, by shorting 140%...
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    As I understand it, the shorts are forced to buy...

    As I understand it, the shorts are forced to buy at the redonk rates and then it collapses.
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    #memestock

    #memestock
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    So, I'm usually a boring index fund guy, but I...

    So, I'm usually a boring index fund guy, but I very much don't get why someone would be willing to step into Melvin's shoes, if that's what happened. Seems like a big expensive bet against "apes...
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    Yeah, I think exactly that. WSB has a lot of...

    Yeah, I think exactly that. WSB has a lot of chatter about "what's the next GME." Which seems to be somewhat missing the point (i.e. that GME involved something other than garden-variety shorts).
    ...
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    The news about Melvin covering looks like it was...

    The news about Melvin covering looks like it was chaff. There is still a ton of float. What a ride.
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    The facebook thread was interesting. Most of it...

    The facebook thread was interesting. Most of it was about what I expected, but Maurice at least made noises about re-assessing his approach to conditions like this. We'll see if that happens.
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