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2023.03.15 23:30 KickSingle The 2023 Lambda Literary Award Finalists announced

Lesbian Fiction
Big Girl: A Novel by Mecca Jamilah Sullivan, W.W. Norton & Company Gods of Want by K-Ming Chang, One World Jawbone by Mónica Ojeda, translated by Sarah Booker, Coffee House Press Nightcrawling by Leila Mottley, Alfred A. Knopf Our Wives Under the Sea: A Novel by Julia Armfield, Flatiron Books
Gay Fiction
Call Me Cassandra by Marcial Gala, translated from Spanish by Anna Kushner, Farrar, Straus and Giroux The Foghorn Echoes by Danny Ramadan, Canongate Books God’s Children Are Little Broken Things by Arinze Ifeakandu, A Public Space Books Hugs and Cuddles by João Gilberto Noll, translated from Portuguese by Edgar Garbelotto, Two Lines Press My Government Means to Kill Me: A Novel by Rasheed Newson, Flatiron Books
Bisexual Fiction
Meet Us by the Roaring Sea by Akil Kumarasamy, Farrar, Straus and Giroux Mother Ocean Father Nation by Nishant Batsha, Ecco, HarperCollins Reluctant Immortals by Gwendolyn Kiste, S&S / Saga Press Roses, In the Mouth of a Lion: A Novel by Bushra Rehman, Flatiron Books Stories No One Hopes Are about Them by A.J. Bermudez, The University of Iowa Press
Transgender Fiction
All the Hometowns You Can’t Stay Away From by Izzy Wasserstein, Neon Hemlock Didn’t Nobody Give a Shit What Happened to Carlottaby James Hannaham, Little, Brown and Company Manywhere by Morgan Thomas, Farrar, Straus and Giroux/MCD The Call-Out by Cat Fitzpatrick, Seven Stories Press Wrath Goddess Sing by Maya Deane, William Morrow
LGBTQ+ Young Adult
Burn Down, Rise Up by Vincent Tirado, Sourcebooks Fire Funny Gyal: My Fight Against Homophobia in Jamaica by Angeline Jackson with Susan McClelland, foreword by Diana King, Dundurn Press Ltd. Lakelore by Anna-Marie McLemore, Feiwel & Friends, Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group The Lesbiana’s Guide to Catholic School by Sonora Reyes, HarperCollins: Balzer + Bray The Summer of Bitter and Sweet by Jen Ferguson, HarperCollins: Heartdrum
LGBTQ+ Middle Grade
Answers In the Pages by David Levithan, Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers Different Kinds of Fruit by Kyle Lukoff, Dial Books for Young Readers Hazel Hill Is Gonna Win This One by Maggie Horne, HarperCollins: Clarion Books Nikhil Out Loud by Maulik Pancholy, HarperCollins: Balzer + Bray The Civil War of Amos Abernathy by Michael Leali, HarperCollins
LGBTQ+ Children’s Books
A Song for the Unsung: Bayard Rustin by Carol Boston Weatherford and Rob Sanders, illustrated by Byron McCray, Holt Books for Young Readers Kapaemahu by Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson, Illustrated by Daniel Sousa, Kokila Mama and Mommy and Me in the Middle by Nina LaCour, Candlewick Press Mighty Red Riding Hood by Wallace West, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers The Sublime Ms. Stacks by Robb Pearlman, illustrated by Dani Jones, Bloomsbury
Bisexual Nonfiction
Appropriate Behavior by Maria San Filippo, McGill-Queen’s University Press Carrying It Forward: Essays from Kistahpinanihk by John Brady McDonald, Wolsak and Wynn Publishers Never Simple: A Memoir by Liz Scheier, Henry Holt / Macmillan Open: An Uncensored Memoir of Love, Liberation, and Non-Monogamy by Rachel Krantz, Harmony Books, Penguin Random House The Crane Wife by CJ Hauser, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Transgender Nonfiction
Before We Were Trans: A New History of Genderby Kit Heyam, Basic Books Faltas: Letters to Everyone in My Hometown Who Isn’t My Rapist by Cecilia Gentili, LittlePuss Press Feral City: On Finding Liberation in Lockdown New York by Jeremiah Moss, W.W. Norton & Company The Terrible We: Thinking with Trans Maladjustment by Cameron Awkward-Rich, Duke University Press The Third Person by Emma Grove, Drawn & Quarterly
LGBTQ+ Nonfiction
And the Category Is…: Inside New York’s Vogue, House, and Ballroom Community by Ricky Tucker, Beacon Press How Far the Light Reaches: A Life in Ten Sea Creatures by Sabrina Imbler, Little, Brown & Company The Black Period: On Personhood, Race, and Origin by Hafizah Augustus Geter, Random House The Women’s House of Detention: A Queer History of a Forgotten Prison by Hugh Ryan, Bold Type Books, Hachette Book Group Virology: Essays for the Living, the Dead, and the Small Things in Between by Joseph Osmundson, W.W. Norton & Company
LGBTQ+ Speculative Fiction
Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean, Tor Books Into the Riverlands by Nghi Vo, Tordotcom Publishing The Circus Infinite by Khan Wong, Angry Robot Books The Paradox Hotel by Rob Hart, Ballantine The Wicked and the Willing by Lianyu Tan, Shattered Scepter Press
Lesbian Poetry
As She Appears by Shelley Wong, YesYes Books Beast at Every Threshold by Natalie Wee, Arsenal Pulp Press Concentrate by Courtney Faye Taylor. Graywolf Press Prelude by Brynne Rebele-Henry, University of Pittsburgh Press Yearn by Rage Hezekiah, Diode Editions
Gay Poetry
Alive at the End of the World by Saeed Jones, Coffee House Press Brother Sleep by Aldo Amparán, Alice James Books Pleasure by Angelo Nikolopoulos, Four Way Books Some Integrity by Padraig Regan, Carcanet Press Super Model Minority by Chris Tse, Auckland University Press
Bisexual Poetry
50 Things Kate Bush Taught Me About the Multiverse by Karyna McGlynn, Sarabande Books Dereliction by Gabrielle Octavia Rucker, The Song Cave indecent hours by James Fujinami Moore, Four Way Books Meat Lovers by Rebecca Hawkes, Auckland University Press Real Phonies and Genuine Fakes by Nicky Beer, Milkweed Editions
Transgender Poetry
A Dead Name That Learned How to Live by Golden, Game Over Books A Queen in Bucks County by Kay Gabriel, Nightboat Books All the Flowers Kneeling by Paul Tran, Penguin Books Emanations by Prathna Lor, Wolsak and Wynn Publishers Ltd. MissSettl by Kamden Ishmael Hilliard, Nightboat Books
LGBTQ+ Anthology
OutWrite: The Speeches That Shaped LGBTQ Literary Culture by Julie R. Enszer and Elena Gross, Rutgers University Press Queer Nature: A Poetry Anthology edited by Michael Walsh, Autumn House Press This Arab is Queer: An Anthology by LGBTQ+ Arab Writers by Elias Jahshan, Saqi Books Trans Bodies, Trans Selves: A Resource by and for Transgender Communities Second Edition by Laura Erickson-Schroth, Oxford University Press Xenocultivars: Stories of Queer Growth by Isabela Oliveira and Jed Sabin, Speculatively Queer
Lesbian MemoiBiography
Another Appalachia: Coming Up Queer and Indian in a Mountain Place by Neema Avashia, West Virginia University Press Brown Neon by Raquel Gutiérrez, Coffee House Press Lost & Found: Reflections on Grief, Gratitude, and Happiness by Kathryn Schulz, Random House Ma and Me by Putsata Reang, Farrar, Straus and Giroux/MCD Pretty Baby: A Memoir by Chris Belcher, Avid Reader Press / Simon & Schuster
Gay MemoiBiography
All Down Darkness Wide: A Memoir by Seán Hewitt, Penguin Press An Angel in Sodom by Jim Elledge, Chicago Review Press Boy with the Bullhorn: A Memoir and History of ACT UP New York by Ron Goldberg, Empire State Editions High-Risk Homosexual by Edgar Gomez, Soft Skull Press I’m Not Broken by Jesse Leon, Vintage Books
LGBTQ+ Mystery
A Death in Berlin by David C Dawson, Park Creek Publishing And There He Kept Her by Joshua Moehling, Poisoned Pen Press Dead Letters from Paradise by Ann McMan, Bywater Books Dirt Creek: A Novel by Hayley Scrivenor, Flatiron Books Lavender House by Lev AC Rosen, Forge Books
LGBTQ+ Comics
A Pros and Cons List for Strong Feelings: A Graphic Memoir by Will Betke-Brunswick, Tin House Gay Giant by Gabriel Ebensperger, translated by Kelley D. Salas, Street Noise Books Mamo by Sas Milledge, BOOM! Studios Other Ever Afters by Melanie Gillman, Random House Graphics The Greatest Thing by Sarah Winifred Searle, First Second
Lesbian Romance
Hard Pressed by Aurora Rey, Bold Strokes Books If I Don’t Ask by E. J. Noyes, Bella Books Queerly Belovedby Susie Dumond, Dial Press Southbound and Down by K.B. Draper, K.B. Draper, LLC. The Rules of Forever by Nan Campbell, Bold Strokes Books
Gay Romance
Forever After by Marie Sinclair, Self-published Forever, Con Amor by A.M. Johnson, Self-published I’m So Not Over You by Kosoko Jackson, Berkley Romance Just One Night by Felice Stevens, Self-published Two Tribes by Fearne Hill, Self-published
LGBTQ+ Romance and Erotica
A Lady’s Finder by Edie Cay, Self-published Kiss Her Once For Me: A Novel by Alison Cochrun, Atria Books Loose Lips: A Gay Sea Odyssey by Joseph Brennan, Hard Crossing Press Mistakes Were Made by Meryl Wilsner, St. Martin’s Griffin The Romance Recipe by Ruby Barrett, Carina Adores
LGBTQ+ Drama
Duecentomila by kai fig taddei, Playwrights Canada Press Iphigenia and the Furies (On Taurian Land) & Antigone: 方 by Ho Ka Kei (Jeff Ho), Playwrights Canada Press Rock ‘n’ Roll Hereticby Sikivu Hutchinson, Self-published The Show on the Roof Book by Tom Ford, Music and Lyrics by Alex Syiek, Boise Contemporary Theater Wolf Play by Hansol Jung, Samuel French, a Concord Theatricals Company
LGBTQ+ Studies
Keeping It Unreal: Black Queer Fantasy and Superhero Comics by Darieck Scott, NYU Press Lesbian Death: Desire and Danger between Feminist and Queer by Mairead Sullivan, University of Minnesota Press Sissy Insurgencies: A Racial Anatomy of Unfit Manliness by Marlon B. Ross, Duke University Press Surface Relations: Queer Forms of Asian American Inscrutability by Vivian L. Huang, Duke University Press There’s a Disco Ball Between Us: A Theory of Black Gay Life by Jafari S. Allen, Duke University Press
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2023.03.14 06:56 ColdBlackWater Boston’s Mysterious Vanishing Men

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2023.03.03 17:14 jpbai Pierce School rebuilt officially on the May 2nd ballot

The most crumbly school of them all is finally on the ballot. The state has approved a grant of a little over $36M to rebuild Pierce, but an override will be required to cover most of the remaining cost. For a look at the school's current state see a video created by its principal here.
YES FOR BROOKLINE is hosting a kick-off celebration and tours of Pierce School on Sunday, March 5th. Yes For Brookline is a group of Brookline parents, grandparents, residents, and elected officials working to approve the operating override and Pierce School debt exclusion, which will be on the ballot in the May 2 town-wide election. All are welcome (family-friendly) at our campaign kick-off celebration this Sunday, March 5 from 12 - 1:30pm at the VFW (386 Washington St). We will also be offering tours of the Pierce School to give an overview of its current condition. Learn more and RSVP here: yesforbrookline.com
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2023.03.03 00:25 matty__wolf Missing Cat in Allston MA

Name: Kit Description: Dark brown short hair with tan/orange streaks, female, spayed, about 2 years old, very timid and defensive with unfamiliar people Microchip number: 985113005046576 (search here: https://petstablished.com/microchip\_search) Last seen: 3/2/23 at 240 Kelton St in Allston MA 02134 Please call or text Matt at 508-933-5601 if you have seen or found her.
Please share: https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/pet/d/brookline-missing-cat-kelton-st-allston/7595111957.html
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2023.03.02 15:43 Mishmz Satanic Temple just received ANOTHER bomb threat

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2023.03.01 11:31 watercolorstain90 European + American Ocean to Ocean 2023 Tour Megathread

European + American Ocean to Ocean 2023 Tour Megathread
I was going to wait a little with a merged Tour Megathread, but the EU one is so old that you have to tinker with the Reddit settings for it to show up even though it's stickied, and with tour starting this month I figured it was a good time to start fresh. Thank you u/haloeighteen for keeping on top of the US tour date leaks and presale codes, you're a star.
Please use this thread for any general tour discussion. Hit the little notification bell in the top right corner if you want to be notified about new comments, and/or follow the "collection" to be notified about new threads: Each individual show will get its own scheduled discussion thread when the time comes; Edinburgh and West Palm Beach, being the opening nights of their respective legs, will go up at 7AM (local time) two days before, all others are scheduled for noon (local time) the day before the show.

  • 2023/03/25 · Queens Hall · Edinburgh, UK
  • 2023/03/27 · The Ulster Hall · Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • 2023/03/28 · Olympia · Dublin, Ireland
  • 2023/03/29 · Olympia · Dublin, Ireland
  • 2023/03/31 · Philharmonic Hall · Liverpool, UK
  • 2023/04/01 · Corn Exchange · Cambridge, UK
  • 2023/04/03 · Royal Albert Hall · London, UK
  • 2023/04/05 · Cirque Royal · Brussels, Belgium
  • 2023/04/06 · Carré · Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • 2023/04/07 · Carré · Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • 2023/04/09 · Metropol Theater · Bremen, Germany
  • 2023/04/10 · Tempodrom · Berlin, Germany
  • 2023/04/11 · Georg-Friedrich-Händel-Halle · Halle, Germany
  • 2023/04/13 · Teatro degli Arcimboldi · Milan, Italy
  • 2023/04/14 · Le Radiant-Bellevue · Lyon, France
  • 2023/04/16 · Isarphilharmonie im Gasteig HP8 · Munich, Germany
  • 2023/04/18 · Laeiszhalle · Hamburg, Germany
  • 2023/04/19 · Alte Oper · Frankfurt, Germany
  • 2023/04/20 · L’Olympia · Paris, Franc
  • 2023/04/22 · Théâtre Sebastopol · Lille, France
  • 2023/04/24 · Det Kongelige Teater · Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 2023/04/25 · Konserthaus · Oslo, Norway
  • 2023/04/28 · Spodek · Katowice, Poland
  • 2023/04/29 · Festspielhaus · St. Pölten, Austria
  • 2023/04/30 · Volkshaus · Zurich, Switzerland

  • 2023/06/17 · Kravis Center · West Palm Beach, FL
  • 2023/06/18 · Ruth Eckerd Hall · Clearwater, FL
  • 2023/06/20 · Mahalia Jackson Theater · New Orleans, LA
  • 2023/06/22 · Alabama Theatre · Birmingham, AL
  • 2023/06/23 · Cobb Energy PAC · Atlanta, GA
  • 2023/06/24 · Ryman Auditorium · Nashville, TN
  • 2023/06/26 · Ovens Auditorium · Charlotte, NC
  • 2023/06/28 · Beacon Theatre · New York, NY
  • 2023/06/29 · Beacon Theatre · New York, NY
  • 2023/07/01 · Leader Bank Pavilion · Boston, MA
  • 2023/07/02 · Count Basie Center · Red Bank, NJ
  • 2023/07/05 · Filene Center at Wolf Trap · Vienna, VA
  • 2023/07/06 · Hershey Theatre · Hershey, PA
  • 2023/07/08 · Artpark Mainstage Theater · Lewiston, NY
  • 2023/07/09 · Meadow Brook Amphitheatre · Rochester Hills, MI
  • 2023/07/11 · Murat Theatre · Indianapolis, IN
  • 2023/07/12 · The Louisville Palace · Louisville, KY
  • 2023/07/14 · Stifel Theatre · St. Louis, MO
  • 2023/07/15 · Orpheum Theater · Omaha, NE
  • 2023/07/17 · Red Rocks Amphitheatre · Morrison, CO
  • 2023/07/18 · Kiva Auditorium · Albuquerque, NM
  • 2023/07/10 · Ikeda Theater at Mesa Arts Center · Mesa, AZ
  • 2023/07/21 · Greek Theatre · Los Angeles, CA
  • 2023/07/22 · Vina Robles Amphitheatre · Paso Robles, CA
  • 2023/07/23 · Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay · San Diego, CA
  • 2023/07/25 · Mountain Winery · Saratoga, CA · ONSALE TBA
  • 2023/07/26 · The Masonic · San Francisco, CA
  • 2023/07/28 · TBA · Seattle, WA · VENUE AND ONSALE TBA
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2023.02.27 22:11 gooserider “lawyers, law students, or anyone working for a law firm not allowed.”

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2023.02.21 23:34 Zestiny_Art How the turntables

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2023.02.19 03:07 albatrossLol Tour schedule announced.

May have already seen but here it is. Mr folds will be rather busy.
Ben Folds 2023 Tour Dates: 03/24 — Eau Claire, WI @ The Pablo Center at The Confluence 03/25 — Viroqua, WI @ The Historic Temple Theatre 03/26 — Dubuque, IA @ Five Flags Theatre 03/28 — Fort Wayne, IN @ The Clyde Theatre 03/29 — Urbana, IL @ Krannert Center for the Performing Arts 04/21 — Tallahassee, FL @ Capital City Amphitheatre * 04/23 — Atlanta, GA @ Atlanta Symphony Hall * 04/25 — Cincinnati, OH @ Cincinnati Music Hall * 04/26 — Knoxville, TN @ Tennessee Theatre 04/28 — Greensboro, NC @ Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts * 04/29 — Wilmington, NC @ Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre 04/30 — Charleston, SC @ Charleston Gaillard Center 05/30 — Chicago, IL @ Orchestra Hall* 06/13 — New London, CT @ Garden Arts Center 06/14 — Lowell, MA @ Memorial Auditorium 06/16 — Lewiston, NY @ ARTPARK Mainstage Theater 06/17 — Huber Heights, OH @ Rose Music Center 06/18 — Louisville, KY @ Palace Theatre 06/20 — Wilmington, DE @ The Grand Opera House 06/22 — New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre 06/23 — Greensburg, PA @ Palace Theatre 06/24 — Indianapolis, IN @ Rock the Ruins at The Vogue Outdoors 06/25 — Detroit, MI @ Motor City Casino 06/27 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium 06/28 — St. Louis, MO @ Stifel Theatre 06/30 — Onamia, MN @ Casino Mill Lacs 07/01 — Fargo, ND @ Outdoors at Fargo Brewing 07/22 — Columbus, OH @ Bicentennial Stage at the Columbus Commons * 08/02 — Bonner, MT @ KettleHouse Amphitheatre * 08/04 — Park City, Utah @ TBA * 08/08 — Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside Theater 08/09 — Cedar Rapids, IA @ McGrath Amphitheatre 08/10 — Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater 08/11 — Salina, KS @ The Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts 08/13 — Arvada, CO @ TBA 08/15 — Mesa, AZ @ Ikeda Theater at Mesa Arts Center 08/16 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern 08/17 — Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater 08/19 — Eugene, OR @ Cuthbert Amphitheater 08/20 — Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre 10/06 — Minneapolis, MN @ Orchestra Hall * 10/07 — Minneapolis, MN @ Orchestra Hall * 10/20 — Dallas, TX @ Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center * 10/21 — Dallas, TX @ Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center * 11/08 — Bath, UK @ The Forum 11/09 — Brighton, UK @ Brighton Dome 11/10 — Birmingham, UK @ Symphony Hall 11/12 — Oxford, UK @ New Theatre 11/13 — London, UK @ Royal Albert Hall 11/15 — Gateshead, UK @ Sage Gateshead 11/16 — York, UK @ Grand Opera House 11/17 — Manchester, UK @ O2 Apollo 11/18 — Edinburgh, UK @ Usher Hall 11/20 — Dublin, IE @ The Helix 11/23 — Zurich, CH – Kaufleuten 11/25 — Berlin, DE @ Admiralspalast 11/26 — Wiesbaden, DE @ Kurhaus 11/27 — Utrecht, NL @ TrivoliVredenburg – Grote Zaal 11/30 — Paris, FR @ La Cigale 12/01 — Antwerp, BE @ De Roma 12/02 — Dudelange, LU @ Opderschemlz 12/04 — Essen, DE @ Lichtburg
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2023.02.16 19:37 brooklineroom2023 Room available in Brookline March-Sept -- 1250/month

I have a room available in my 2 bedroom / 1 bath condo in brookline, right off of beacon st near Washington sq. It's a quiet neighborhood with easy access to public transit and parking available. Non-smoking. Pets are allowed, within reason. The room is semi furnished (a desk but no bedframe/matress), with a decent sized closet with lots of inbuilt shelving. Laundry is in the basement of the next unit, you would need to walk outside ~ 50 ft or so to get there.

I can rent month-to-month (minimum of two months).

About me: im a 28 year old man. I work nights downtown so I usually get home around 3-4 am - I try to be quiet but if you are a light sleeper and need to get up early this may not work for you.
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2023.02.14 02:32 roycorderov HELP to unbriking my archer c60

Hello friends, I have an old archer c60 which I had working with openwrt 19 and I wanted to update it, however something went wrong and now my router is bricked, I tried to use tftp with the firmware 21 update but it is unsuccessful...
I opened the router and installed the pins to do it by serial, and now I already have it installed but when I run the serial conection using putty I get all this
I have tried typing 'tpl and enter' quickly but it does not work, I have also tried to type 'f and enter' but once again without success to get in the failsafe mode to be able to use the tftp but nothing happend
I hope someone can help me because I don't know what to do
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U▒▒V▒n▒e▒k▒m▒▒ ▒▒f▒0▒▒r.▒O▒▒ Uk▒m▒宥nZ▒▒ ▒+▒▒▒. ▒O▒HN ▒ ▒n.V▒▒Zkc▒▒r▒▒t J▒i▒▒ b▒n]▒(X ▒ T˥nb▒n]mYk▒zYʹ ▒▒e. ▒7L▒8j▒0▒0J▒▒r C▒ŅrW˝▒▒▒▒e r▒▒▒C▒[ 0.▒00000▒ L▒nux versio▒ ▒.1▒.2▒5 (bui▒[email protected]) ▒gcc versio▒ 7.5.0 (O▒e▒Wrt ▒▒C▒7.5.▒ r1▒42▒-9ce6▒a9d8d)) #0▒Sat ▒pr 16 13:13:▒2 ▒022▒ [ 0.000000ݠb▒otconsole [ear▒y0]▒e▒able▒ [▒ ▒▒0▒000▒00] CPU▒ revision i▒: 000▒9750 ▒MIPS 74▒c▒ ▒[▒ 0.00▒00▒] De▒ermi▒ed physical▒▒AM map:er C▒0 v3▒▒[ 0.00000▒] S▒C: ▒ualcomm Athe▒os Q▒A956X▒▒er▒1 re▒ ▒ [ ▒ 0.000000] memory: ▒40▒0000 @▒00000000 (usabl▒) [ ▒ 0.0▒0▒00▒ I▒itrd not▒fou▒▒ or▒empt▒ - disabling i▒i▒rd ▒▒ 0▒▒00000▒ Prim▒ry ▒a▒a cac▒e 32k▒, 4-w▒y▒ ▒IPT, cache▒aliases, l▒nesize 32 bytes▒ [ 0.▒00000] Z▒ne▒ra▒ge▒: [ 0▒0000▒0] Normal ▒[m▒m 0x▒000▒00000000▒0▒-0x0000000▒03ffffff] [ 0.0▒0000] Mov▒bl▒ ▒one▒▒tar▒ f▒r▒each▒no▒e [ 0▒000000]▒Ear▒y memory nod▒ ▒anges [ ▒.000▒00] ▒no▒e ▒: [mem ▒x000000000▒000000-0x0000000▒03▒fffff] [ ▒.0▒0000] In▒t▒em setup node 0 [me▒ 0▒00▒000000▒000000-0x▒0▒00▒0003ffff▒f]▒ ▒ ▒ ▒▒.000▒00] rand▒m:▒get_r▒n▒om_bytes called ▒rom 0x8050374▒ with crng_init=0 [ 0.0▒0000]▒B▒ilt 1 zo▒el▒sts,▒m▒bili▒y g▒ouping on▒ ▒otal pages: 1625▒ [ ▒ 0.▒00000] Ke▒ne▒ command li▒e: console=ttyS0▒115200n▒▒rootf▒t▒p▒=squa▒hfs,jff▒2 [ ▒ 0.00▒00▒] P▒D ▒ash ta▒le entr▒es: 256 (▒rder: -2, 1024 ▒ytes) [▒ 0.000000] Dentry c▒c▒e ha▒h ta▒le e▒▒ries: ▒1▒2 ▒▒rder: 3, 32768 byte▒ [ ▒▒.0▒0000▒ Inode-c▒che ha▒h table e▒tries:▒4096 (or▒er: 2,▒1▒384 byt▒s) ▒▒ ▒.000▒00] Rea▒back E▒rCt▒ ▒eg▒s▒er=0▒00000▒ [▒ 0.▒0▒0▒0]▒Me▒ory:▒58332K/▒55▒6K▒av▒ilable▒▒4051▒ kernel code, 154▒ r▒d▒ta, 532K r▒dat▒, ▒204K i▒it, ▒12K bss,▒7▒04▒ ▒es▒r▒ed,▒0K cma-r▒se▒ved▒ [ 0.000000] SL▒B: H▒alig▒=32, Or▒er=0-3, M▒nO▒j▒cts▒0, CPUs=1,▒N▒de▒=1▒ ▒[ 0.▒00▒0▒] CP▒ clock▒ ▒7▒.000 MHz ▒ ▒0.00▒0▒0]▒NR▒IRQS:▒51 [ ▒0.▒0000▒] clocksou▒c▒: MIPS: mask: 0x▒fffffff ▒ax_c▒cles: ▒xffffffff, ▒a▒_▒dl▒_ns: 49▒22850▒4▒▒s ▒ 0.0▒000▒] ▒ched_▒l▒ck: 32 bits ▒t 38▒MHz, resolutio▒ 2▒s,▒w▒aps ev▒ry 554▒89▒1▒▒ns▒ [ ▒ 0.0▒8229] Calibr▒ting▒delay▒l▒op▒.. 38▒.84 Bog▒MIPS▒(▒pj=1929216)▒ [ 0.074772ݠpid_max▒ d▒fau▒t: ▒2768 mi▒imu▒: 301▒ [▒ 0▒07▒795] Mount-c▒c▒e has▒ table ▒n▒▒ies: 1024 ▒order▒[ 0.0867▒8] M▒unt▒oint-cache hash table▒entries: 102▒ (o▒d▒r: ▒, 4096 ▒ytes▒ [ ▒ ▒.09765▒] cloc▒s▒u▒ce: j▒ff▒e▒: mask: ▒xfffffff▒ ▒ax_cy▒le▒: 0xffffffff▒▒ma▒_idle_ns: ▒911▒604462750▒00 ns [▒ ▒.10805▒] fute▒ ▒▒sh table▒e▒t▒i▒s: 25▒ (order:▒-1, 3▒72 by▒es▒ ▒[ ▒ 0▒▒22083] NET: Regi▒tered pr▒tocol▒family 16u▒syste▒ [ ▒ ▒.129716] PCI h▒s▒ bri▒ge /ahb/p▒▒e▒contr▒l▒e▒@182▒0▒0▒ ranges: [▒ 0.1▒6▒91]▒ MEM 0▒00▒00▒01▒000▒0▒..0x▒0000▒00▒3f▒f▒ff ▒[ 0▒16▒621] p▒i_bus 0000:00: ro▒t▒bus ▒esource [m▒m 0x12000000-0x▒3ff▒fff] [ ▒ 0▒1▒2▒05]▒pci_bus▒0▒00:0▒: ▒oo▒ ▒us ▒e▒ource [io ▒0x00▒0] [ ▒0.1▒8▒6▒] p▒▒_b▒s 0000▒0▒: roo▒ bus▒resour▒e [???▒0▒0000000▒ flags 0x0]▒ [ ▒ ▒▒.185▒2▒]▒▒ci_bus 0▒0▒:▒0: N▒ b▒sn res▒urc▒ ▒ound fo▒[▒ 0▒▒9▒▒70]▒pc▒ 00▒0▒00:▒0.0: BA▒ 0▒ ▒ssign▒▒ [▒em ▒x12▒0▒00▒-0x1▒1f▒fff 64bit] [▒ 0.2▒49▒6] clockso▒rc▒: ▒w▒tche▒to clocksource ▒IPS [ ▒ 0.2▒1▒▒4▒ ▒ET:▒Registered p▒o▒oco▒ fami▒y 2 [▒ 0.▒15985]▒IP ▒d▒nt▒ h▒sh ta▒le ▒ntri▒s▒ ▒0▒8 (or▒er: 2, 163▒4▒by▒e▒) [ ▒ ▒.2▒3470▒ ▒C▒ establ▒sh▒d▒ha▒h table entr▒es: 102▒▒(order:▒0,▒4096 bytes▒ [ ▒▒0.▒308▒2] ▒CP▒b▒▒d ▒as▒ t▒ble e▒▒ri▒s: 1024 (orde▒: 0,▒4096 b▒tes) [ ▒ ▒.2375▒8] TCP: H▒sh▒tabl▒s c▒n▒igur▒d (▒s▒a▒lis▒ed 10▒4▒b▒nd 1024) [ ▒0.24440▒] UDP ▒ash▒table ▒ntries:▒2▒6 (o▒der: 0, 40▒6 b▒t▒s) [ 0.250616] UDP-Lite ▒ash ▒able ▒n▒r▒es▒ ▒56 (ord▒r: ▒, 4▒9▒ bytes) [ 0.2▒▒414] ▒ET:▒Reg▒ster▒d pr▒t▒col▒family 1 ▒ ▒0.264565]▒Cra▒hlog al▒oc▒▒ed▒RA͠at a▒dress 0▒3f000▒0▒ [ ▒ 0.271297] wor▒ingset: tim▒st▒m▒_▒▒t▒=30▒max▒or▒▒r=14 bu▒ket▒ord▒r▒0 [ ▒0.28▒37▒] squa▒▒fs:▒ve▒▒io▒ ▒.▒ (2009▒0▒/31) Ph▒llip L▒ugher [ ▒ 0.28855▒] jffs2:▒vers▒on▒2.▒ (NAND▒ (S▒MMA▒Y) (LZMA) (▒TIME) (▒MODE▒PRIORI▒Y) (▒) 2001▒2006▒Red▒Hat, I▒c. [ ▒0.3070▒▒] io sch▒d▒l▒r ▒oo▒ re▒i▒t▒red▒ ▒ 0.311220] io▒sch▒▒uler ▒e▒dline r▒giste▒▒d (def▒ult▒ [▒ ▒ 0.3183▒7] pinctrl-sin▒le ▒804002▒pinmu▒:▒5▒4▒pi▒s▒a▒ p▒ ▒8▒4002c size 68▒ [▒ 0.326673▒ Ser▒▒l:▒8250/16▒50 driv▒r, 16▒port▒, ▒▒Q shar▒ng ena▒led▒ ▒[▒ ▒ 0▒3▒▒258▒ 18020▒00.u▒r▒: ▒tyS0 at▒MMIO▒0x▒80200▒0 ▒i▒q▒=▒9▒ ▒as▒_▒a▒d =▒1▒625▒0▒ is a 1655▒A [ 0.348390] console [ttyS0] enabled [ 0.348390] console [ttyS0] enabled [ 0.355956] bootconsole [early0] disabled [ 0.355956] bootconsole [early0] disabled [ 0.381349] m25p80 spi0.0: s25fl064k (8192 Kbytes) [ 0.386371] 6 fixed-partitions partitions found on MTD device spi0.0 [ 0.392925] Creating 6 MTD partitions on "spi0.0": [ 0.397900] 0x000000000000-0x00000001fb00 : "factory-boot" [ 0.404238] 0x00000001fb00-0x000000020000 : "mac" [ 0.409787] 0x000000020000-0x000000030000 : "u-boot" [ 0.415604] 0x000000030000-0x0000007d0000 : "firmware" [ 0.423857] 2 uimage-fw partitions found on MTD device firmware [ 0.430022] Creating 2 MTD partitions on "firmware": [ 0.435179] 0x000000000000-0x000000187d59 : "kernel" [ 0.440922] 0x000000187d59-0x0000007a0000 : "rootfs" [ 0.446713] mtd: device 5 (rootfs) set to be root filesystem [ 0.452613] 1 squashfs-split partitions found on MTD device rootfs [ 0.459047] 0x000000470000-0x0000007a0000 : "rootfs_data" [ 0.465300] 0x0000007d0000-0x0000007f0000 : "tplink" [ 0.471062] 0x0000007f0000-0x000000800000 : "art" [ 0.816071] ag71xx 19000000.eth: Could not connect to PHY device. Deferring probe. [ 1.499892] switch0: Atheros AR8229 rev. 1 switch registered on mdio-bus.0 [ 1.570402] ag71xx 1a000000.eth: connected to PHY at fixed-0:00 [uid=00000000, driver=Generic PHY] [ 1.580243] eth0: Atheros AG71xx at 0xba000000, irq 5, mode: gmii [ 1.588778] NET: Registered protocol family 10 [ 1.598125] Segment Routing with IPv6 [ 1.601991] NET: Registered protocol family 17 [ 1.606672] bridge: filtering via arp/ip/ip6tables is no longer available by default. Update your scripts to load br_netfilter if you need this. [ 1.620070] 8021q: 802.1Q VLAN Support v1.8 [ 1.970647] ag71xx 19000000.eth: connected to PHY at mdio-bus.0:1f:04 [uid=004dd042, driver=Generic PHY] [ 1.981243] eth1: Atheros AG71xx at 0xb9000000, irq 4, mode: mii [ 1.988056] hctosys: unable to open rtc device (rtc0) [ 1.998603] VFS: Mounted root (squashfs filesystem) readonly on device 31:5. [ 2.012588] Freeing unused kernel memory: 1204K [ 2.017297] This architecture does not have kernel memory protection. [ 2.464987] random: fast init done [ 2.661917] init: Console is alive [ 2.665686] init: - watchdog - [ 3.698544] kmodloader: loading kernel modules from /etc/modules-boot.d/* [ 3.738047] kmodloader: done loading kernel modules from /etc/modules-boot.d/* [ 3.756326] init: - preinit - [ 4.565167] random: jshn: uninitialized urandom read (4 bytes read) [ 4.672079] random: jshn: uninitialized urandom read (4 bytes read) [ 4.814758] random: jshn: uninitialized urandom read (4 bytes read) [ 5.491704] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): eth0: link is not ready [ 5.497845] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): eth0.1: link is not ready Press the [f] key and hit [enter] to enter failsafe mode Press the [1], [2], [3] or [4] key and hit [enter] to select the debug level [ 6.516142] eth0: link up (1000Mbps/Full duplex) [ 6.520942] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): eth0: link becomes ready [ 6.527751] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): eth0.1: link becomes ready [ 8.739378] jffs2: notice: (475) jffs2_build_xattr_subsystem: complete building xattr subsystem, 24 of xdatum (3 unchecked, 21 orphan) and 41 of xref (21 dead, 0 orphan) found. [ 8.757414] mount_root: switching to jffs2 overlay [ 8.782141] overlayfs: upper fs does not support tmpfile. [ 8.794570] urandom-seed: Seeding with /etc/urandom.seed [ 8.891889] eth0: link down [ 8.912139] procd: - early - [ 8.915492] procd: - watchdog - [ 9.537087] procd: - watchdog - [ 9.540623] procd: - ubus - [ 9.603220] urandom_read: 5 callbacks suppressed [ 9.603227] random: ubusd: uninitialized urandom read (4 bytes read) [ 9.616504] random: ubusd: uninitialized urandom read (4 bytes read) [ 9.624222] procd: - init - Please press Enter to activate this console. [ 10.195310] kmodloader: loading kernel modules from /etc/modules.d/* [ 10.218563] ip6_tables: (C) 2000-2006 Netfilter Core Team [ 10.237477] Loading modules backported from Linux version v4.19.237-0-ga6e4a1818efa [ 10.245443] Backport generated by backports.git v4.19.237-1-0-gffb89fd9 [ 10.266892] ip_tables: (C) 2000-2006 Netfilter Core Team [ 10.291293] nf_conntrack version 0.5.0 (1024 buckets, 4096 max) [ 10.388668] xt_time: kernel timezone is -0000 [ 10.489161] PPP generic driver version 2.4.2 [ 10.495753] NET: Registered protocol family 24 [ 10.557724] ath10k 4.19 driver, optimized for CT firmware, probing pci device: 0x56. [ 10.575930] PCI: Enabling device 0000:00:00.0 (0000 -> 0002) [ 10.582098] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: pci irq legacy oper_irq_mode 1 irq_mode 0 reset_mode 0 [ 10.598826] urngd: v1.0.2 started. [ 10.730065] random: crng init done [ 10.805379] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: Direct firmware load for ath10k/fwcfg-pci-0000:00:00.0.txt failed with error -2 [ 10.816288] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: Falling back to user helper [ 11.074129] firmware ath10k!fwcfg-pci-0000:00:00.0.txt: firmware_loading_store: map pages failed [ 11.087092] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: Direct firmware load for ath10k/QCA9888/hw2.0/ct-firmware-5.bin failed with error -2 [ 11.098459] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: Falling back to user helper [ 11.454310] firmware ath10k!QCA9888!hw2.0!ct-firmware-5.bin: firmware_loading_store: map pages failed [ 11.464136] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: Direct firmware load for ath10k/QCA9888/hw2.0/ct-firmware-2.bin failed with error -2 [ 11.475493] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: Falling back to user helper [ 11.844387] firmware ath10k!QCA9888!hw2.0!ct-firmware-2.bin: firmware_loading_store: map pages failed [ 11.854213] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: Direct firmware load for ath10k/QCA9888/hw2.0/firmware-6.bin failed with error -2 [ 11.865297] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: Falling back to user helper [ 12.195454] firmware ath10k!QCA9888!hw2.0!firmware-6.bin: firmware_loading_store: map pages failed [ 12.789181] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: qca9888 hw2.0 target 0x01000000 chip_id 0x00000000 sub 0000:0000 [ 12.798754] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: kconfig debug 0 debugfs 1 tracing 0 dfs 1 testmode 0 [ 12.818779] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: firmware ver 10.4b-ct-9888-fW-13-8c5b2baa2 api 5 features mfp,peer-flow-ctrl,txstatus-noack,wmi-10.x-CT,ratemask-CT,regdump-CT,txrate-CT,flush-all-CT,pingpong-CT,ch-regs-CT,nop-CT,set-special-CT,tx-rc-CT,cust-stats-CT,txrate2-CT,beacon-cb-CT,wmi-block-ack-CT,wmi-bcn-rc-CT crc32 cbf49903 [ 13.182860] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: failed to fetch board data for bus=pci,bmi-chip-id=0,bmi-board-id=20 from ath10k/QCA9888/hw2.0/board-2.bin [ 13.196946] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: board_file api 1 bmi_id 0:20 crc32 8c9208e2 [ 15.236399] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: 10.4 wmi init: vdevs: 16 peers: 48 tid: 96 [ 15.244177] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: msdu-desc: 2500 skid: 32 [ 15.274302] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: wmi print 'P 48/48 V 16 K 144 PH 176 T 186 msdu-desc: 2500 sw-crypt: 0 ct-sta: 0' [ 15.285600] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: wmi print 'free: 114572 iram: 12804 sram: 29508' [ 15.494833] ath10k_pci 0000:00:00.0: htt-ver 2.2 wmi-op 6 htt-op 4 cal pre-cal-file max-sta 32 raw 0 hwcrypto 1 [ 15.684830] ieee80211 phy1: Atheros AR9561 Rev:0 mem=0xb8100000, irq=2 [ 15.749805] kmodloader: done loading kernel modules from /etc/modules.d/*
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2023.02.14 01:15 keithplacer S14 The LExington Ranch: Under the Gund

S14 The LExington Ranch: Under the Gund

The Lexington Ranch as originally introduced
Note: Apologies for the typo in the title. I cannot change it.
Season 14 began with a visit to the previous season’s Kirkside to see the finished result and talk to happy homeowners Chris and Joan Haggar. This season was focused on ranch house expansions so Steve visited a Newton developer where two ranch conversions into 2-story houses were completed, before meeting homeowners Brian Igoe, an investment counselor, and his wife Janice Igoe, a child psychologist. They wanted to add more space to their well-kept but tight mid-1950s home at 17 Bertwell Rd for themselves and their 2 kids, Sarah and Brennan. This differs from the S7 Garrison Ranch expansion project in that it involves both an addition on the back and a 2nd story addition. The Igoe’s existing house was on a great lot in a nice neighborhood but they wanted a more grand house, finding the existing space too tight. They seemed almost hoarders and had lots of stuff jammed into every spare space which had to be moved before work began. They estimated the value of the as-is existing house at $250K, having bought the property for $126K 9 years earlier.

Steve asked the Igoes if they had an architect in mind and when they responded they didn’t, he said they could help which led to the introduction of nationally-known architect Graham Gund. A member of the prominent Gund family of Cleveland, in 1992 he was already recognized for his work in adaptive reuse of many historic buildings including Bulfinch Square, and the site of the former Mt. Vernon Church on Beacon St. in the Back Bay, much of which was destroyed in a fire, and which he converted into the Church Court Condos. He gave Steve a tour of both a typical condo unit, looking a bit dated by today’s standards, along with the rather bizarre 7-level tower unit, a series of rooms stacked on top of each other to fill the vertical 13’x13’ space. Residential architecture would not seem to be in his wheelhouse given his portfolio was mostly large commercial and institutional buildings, although he had done some higher-end homes, a clue as to what was to come. His firm was engaged to draw up plans for the Igoe’s expansion, with junior associate Rick Bechtel leading the job. The Igoes wish list included a MBR suite, an open sense of space, a large family room, a separate entrance and mud room, a 1st floor laundry, and revisions to the front entrance, and so began an extensive 20-episode project that showed a tremendous amount of work.

Architect Graham Gund

Steve, architect Rick Bechtel, and a rather narrow dormer
Telegraphing what was to come, foundation contractor Ken Lewis met with Norm to demonstrate the styrofoam form system he was advocating and which he eventually used on the project. Soon the architect’s plans were revealed which showed a new design that turned the long, low 1950s ranch into what seemed like early McMansion, with lots of dormers and gables on a new upper level, elimination of half of the basement garage to create a new front family entry with mud room, and lots of roof showing (Gund lamented the inability to use a slate roof). It featured a bump-out on the back with a double-height ceiling, and lots of detail on the exterior. The kitchen stayed roughly in its original location but was enveloped by the new great room and lost its ceiling and back wall as a result. The MBR suite on the new second level was huge and took up one wing of the new structure, with a library/guest room combo and guest bath on the other end connected by a bridge structure. Clearly this was going to be an pricey project (no budget numbers were ever stated) but apparently the income of the Igoes would support the considerable cost and debt involved in such a major project.
Quickly, demo began although the Igoes were late getting out of the house and much of their stuff was left behind, hindering the Silvas efforts. The first boo-boo in the design was found when they needed to cut a new door opening in the old foundation because the new design had a foundation wall landing in the middle of the existing bulkhead door opening. The architects were also tinkering with their design plans, though it was unclear if this was their own doing or at the wishes of the Igoes. Gund mentioned they were working on designing ceiling trusses for the double-height great room space to make it seem churchlike. Soon, trees on the property were being pruned, removed, or assessed for condition as Ken Lewis returned to dig the holes required for the new foundation and footings, and Tom took Steve on a tour of a more modest ranch 2nd-story expansion he had done a few years ago at a cost of $60K. The styrofoam foundation forms were used to pour the new foundations – one blowout in the basement happened when a plastic tie was missed by the installers but Charlie Silva saved the day with emergency repairs - and the slab in the new bump-out was also poured a few days later, where a boo-boo was later discovered when it was left unfinished and not totally flat. Steve revealed that the styrofoam forms were apparently a favorite of carpenter ants to tunnel into to get into the wooden structure above so the perimeter was treated with insecticide, and Lenny Belliveau needed to parge the exposed above-ground styrofoam to protect it.
We didn’t see it but Steve mentioned that Roger Cook and his crew demo'ed the old roof structure, as the Silvas went to work building the new additions. Tom explained how they adhere to the Code Plus standard of construction which goes beyond the requirements outlined in the building code, ensuring this wasn’t your usual McMansion project. Architect Rick returned with another design change to the front entry which added an overhang with a hip roof over the door and recruited Norm to build some decorative millwork around the door opening. As a specialty framing crew constructed the majority of the roof structure for the second floor, Jan took Steve on a tour of the new layout and gushed about her new views, new whirlpool tub and new library. Rich oversaw the rather miserable job of removal of the old buried fuel oil tank from the front yard as local officials witnessed and signed off on the work. Tom Wirth was enlisted yet again to deal with the landscaping challenges of the front entry given its significant slope down to the street. The framing for the great room was left undone by Tom’s subcontractor as TOH favorite Tedd Benson was providing some timber-frame trusses for that area. Norm visited the Bensonwood facility and got a tour of an absolutely over-the-top 10,000 sq ft project they were building on Squam Lake, NH before doing a bit of the truss fabrication with Benson’s crew.
The Benson trusses were impressive-looking and when they received their stressed-skin panels they helped create an expansive open space overhead although clearly this was not a budget job. I cringed a bit when I saw Tom spiking them into place once they were placed by crane, as there weren’t many wooden pegs used here. Undoubtedly the framing subcontractor Tom had employed on the other parts of the project could have conventionally framed the great room space for likely less cost and effort, but this was all about the grand look the clients and architect desired. The roof shingling used an expensive-looking 3-layer shingle to mimic the look of real slate that Gund wanted. Steve said these cost 3 times what a regular shingle went for, but the copper valley flashing for them wasn’t cheap either, nor were the copper standing-seam roofs over the bay windows on the bump-out. Soon the Pella windows were going in, the cost offset by a factory tour, the fireplaces were being built, and another boo-boo was revealed as Gund’s desired glass doors in the 2nd floor library that were supposed to open onto the great room below behind a railing proved too small thanks to a post supporting one of the trusses, so it later became an inward-swinging internal window. The second-floor bath/powder room seemed oddly located at the top of the stairs from the great room below, so its users would seemingly always be on view from somewhere.

Roger Hopkins arrived to take down the old stone walls lining the driveway and rebuild them to a new design using more current techniques as work began to occur at a furious pace. Tom Wirth somewhat grumpily revealed that Gund cancelled the trellis he had originally specified over the new mud room entrance and remaining garage door because he preferred the vertical height that the new façade there provided. Tom was also grumpy because Gund specified no corner boards for the clapboards on certain parts of the exterior, which meant a compound miter cut was required for a proper fit, a very laborious job. Norm also seemed to have contracted the grumpiness that was going around as he described the elaborate room divider and entertainment center Gund wanted him to construct at NYW to separate the dining and living areas. Rich showed us the obligatory radiant heating using pex tubing, and Hopkins (who Steve now called Rock Roger instead of Count Rockula) returned to fabricate many outside granite steps and landings the grade required. Steve visited a “whimsical” very high-end Gund house in St. Louis that was inspired in part by the writings of Lewis Carroll, with several carved marble fireplace surrounds in various shapes including a teapot, but the place wasn’t my cup of tea. See it here: https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/24-Fordyce-Ln_Saint-Louis_MO_63124_M83753-98664
Back in Lexington, more changes on the fly occurred as the homeowners decided they wanted a large skylight on the upper bridge. Lots of blueboard and plaster went up, some of it at great heights thanks to the design. A new specimen tree addition out front to conceal the new entrance was deemed too expensive by the homeowner so Roger Cook suggested a “pre-owned” tree to save money, one offered gratis from a site where it had outgrown its usefulness, which gave us our first “…and I’m Roger Cook” sign-off on the show. The rough-looking unfinished concrete floor in the bump-out cellar was ground down but it still looked a mess. Norm’s columns framing the front door were installed, looking somewhat Disney-like in scale and detail, and consuming many wooden biscuit fasteners. Rich explained a convoluted new fuel oil tank install in the garage which required bollards to be installed in the garage floor to protect it should a car ever occupy the space and a pump system due to the distance from the furnace. Lighting for the great room and kitchen was designed by Melissa Guenet, Norm labored on the cherry and maple entertainment unit, and a repairman fixed the damaged whirlpool tub that fell victim to a mishap on-site. Kitchen guy Glenn Berger also supplied casework for both the new MBR and library. Plasterers groused about dealing with all the angles in dormer interiors and the great room ceiling height, describing the design as “almost out of hand”. The two new bathrooms were treated to tile installed by the Ferrante Bros., and a blacksmith/fab shop crafted an impressive exterior steel rail system. Yet another change of direction occurred as the conceptual family entry door that was supposed to replacing the former garage bay was cancelled in favor of 2 windows, with the entry door moving to the side of the surviving garage door. Norm was back to grousing, this time about the size of windows and dormers that was making installation of casing difficult.
The flooring contractor discovered that the old hardwood floors in areas where the walls were moved out couldn’t be patched economically, so new floor covering choices were needed. New engineered floating maple floors were installed in the great room and looked good. Carpet was installed in the bedrooms, and the library and MBR built-in casework was fitted, including a somewhat unusual flush-fitting dresser unit in one wall of the master. A custom stair rail was installed on the great room stair including a hand-carved “dollop of cream” spiral end piece specified by Gund. Meanwhile his associate Rick Bechtel announced his departure from Gund’s practice to start his own firm with a couple of other associates. Oddly, the granite mantel that Roger Hopkins installed on the library fireplace in the next-to-last episode was replaced by a wooden mantel by the time of the finale, and we saw a $2000 custom glass door and brass frame shower enclosure get installed. Wallpaper matching what she used to have before all this began was hung in daughter Sarah’s room, and the personable Don Martini of Lexington Alarm returned to the show with the requisite security system. We discovered that oddly, given the amount of money that all of this must have cost, the house still lacked A/C. After 4 ½ months, the show wrapped up with not everything being quite finished, as Tom estimated another 3 weeks to wrap everything up, plus landscaping and exterior painting that would need to wait for spring.

No budget or actual total cost was ever stated for this project, but it must have been substantial. This was the first project I recall that seemed to hint at the future “This Old Mansion” direction the show took in later years, and I had mixed feelings about the final result. The new spaces were visually impressive but as shown in the final episode as decorated by Metropolitan Home magazine they did not seem particularly well laid-out downstairs, and the kitchen in particular seemed compromised and not well-integrated into the space. The MBR suite was huge, perhaps even too big, but the upstairs library/guest room seemed out of place. I think that the relative few such homeowner projects Gund's firm had done impacted not only the number of on-the-fly changes we saw but also the way the finished spaces worked out, but hopefully the Igoes were happy. The basement spaces we saw on the original tour of the house were never seen again, nor was the old living room on the main floor, so possibly those became another reno down the road.
The Igoes lived in the house until Brian sadly passed away in 2020. Jan sold the house not too long after that, achieving a sale price of $1.3 million, and now lives in Woburn. The 2020 listing photos reveal interiors largely unchanged from what was built. Photos here: https://www.redfin.com/MA/Lexington/17-Bertwell-Rd-02420/home/8578643

The house in 2020
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2023.02.13 21:15 hugequiz_com US 1000 Largest Cities - 2020 Census

Attached is the 1000 largest cities in the US according to the 2020 census - pulled all the census data for this quiz:

Rank City Population
1 New York, NY 8804190
2 Los Angeles, CA 3898747
3 Chicago, IL 2746388
4 Houston, TX 2304580
5 Phoenix, AZ 1608139
6 Philadelphia, PA 1603797
7 San Antonio, TX 1434625
8 San Diego, CA 1386932
9 Dallas, TX 1304379
10 San Jose, CA 1013240
11 Austin, TX 961855
12 Jacksonville, FL 949611
13 Fort Worth, TX 918915
14 Columbus, OH 905748
15 Indianapolis, IN 887642
16 Charlotte, NC 874579
17 San Francisco, CA 873965
18 Seattle, WA 737015
19 Denver, CO 715522
20 Washington, DC 689545
21 Nashville, TN 689447
22 Oklahoma City, OK 681054
23 El Paso, TX 678815
24 Boston, MA 675647
25 Portland, OR 652503
26 Las Vegas, NV 641903
27 Detroit, MI 639111
28 Memphis, TN 633104
29 Louisville, KY 633045
30 Baltimore, MD 585708
31 Milwaukee, WI 577222
32 Albuquerque, NM 564559
33 Tucson, AZ 542629
34 Fresno, CA 542107
35 Sacramento, CA 524943
36 Kansas City, MO 508090
37 Mesa, AZ 504258
38 Atlanta, GA 498715
39 Omaha, NE 486051
40 Colorado Springs, CO 478961
41 Raleigh, NC 467665
42 Long Beach, CA 466742
43 Virginia Beach, VA 459470
44 Miami, FL 442241
45 Oakland, CA 440646
46 Minneapolis, MN 429954
47 Tulsa, OK 413066
48 Bakersfield, CA 403455
49 Wichita, KS 397532
50 Arlington, TX 394266
51 Aurora, CO 386261
52 Tampa, FL 384959
53 New Orleans, LA 383997
54 Cleveland, OH 372624
55 Honolulu, HI 350964
56 Anaheim, CA 346824
57 Lexington, KY 322570
58 Stockton, CA 320804
59 Corpus Christi, TX 317863
60 Henderson, NV 317610
61 Riverside, CA 314998
62 Newark, NJ 311549
63 St Paul, MN 311527
64 Santa Ana, CA 310227
65 Cincinnati, OH 309317
66 Irvine, CA 307670
67 Orlando, FL 307573
68 Pittsburgh, PA 302971
69 St Louis, MO 301578
70 Greensboro, NC 299035
71 Jersey City, NJ 292449
72 Anchorage, AK 291247
73 Lincoln, NE 291082
74 Plano, TX 285494
75 Durham, NC 283506
76 Buffalo, NY 278349
77 Chandler, AZ 275987
78 Chula Vista, CA 275487
79 Toledo, OH 270871
80 Madison, WI 269840
81 Gilbert, AZ 267918
82 Reno, NV 264165
83 Fort Wayne, IN 263886
84 North Las Vegas, NV 262527
85 St Petersburg, FL 258308
86 Lubbock, TX 257141
87 Irving, TX 256684
88 Laredo, TX 255205
89 Winston Salem, NC 249545
90 Chesapeake, VA 249422
91 Glendale, AZ 248325
92 Garland, TX 246018
93 Scottsdale, AZ 241361
94 Norfolk, VA 238005
95 Boise, ID 235684
96 Fremont, CA 230504
97 Spokane, WA 228989
98 Santa Clarita, CA 228673
99 Baton Rouge, LA 227470
100 Richmond, VA 226610
101 Hialeah, FL 223109
102 San Bernardino, CA 222101
103 Tacoma, WA 219346
104 Modesto, CA 218464
105 Huntsville, AL 215006
106 Des Moines, IA 214133
107 Yonkers, NY 211569
108 Rochester, NY 211328
109 Moreno Valley, CA 208634
110 Fayetteville, NC 208501
111 Fontana, CA 208393
112 Columbus, GA 206922
113 Worcester, MA 206518
114 Port St Lucie, FL 204851
115 Little Rock, AR 202591
116 Augusta, GA 202081
117 Oxnard, CA 202063
118 Birmingham, AL 200733
119 Montgomery, AL 200603
120 Frisco, TX 200509
121 Amarillo, TX 200393
122 Salt Lake City, UT 199723
123 Grand Rapids, MI 198917
124 Huntington Beach, CA 198711
125 Overland Park, KS 197238
126 Glendale, CA 196543
127 Tallahassee, FL 196169
128 Grand Prairie, TX 196100
129 McKinney, TX 195308
130 Cape Coral, FL 194016
131 Sioux Falls, SD 192517
132 Peoria, AZ 190985
133 Providence, RI 190934
134 Vancouver, WA 190915
135 Knoxville, TN 190740
136 Akron, OH 190469
137 Shreveport, LA 187593
138 Mobile, AL 187041
139 Brownsville, TX 186738
140 Newport News, VA 186247
141 Fort Lauderdale, FL 182760
142 Chattanooga, TN 181099
143 Tempe, AZ 180587
144 Aurora, IL 180542
145 Santa Rosa, CA 178127
146 Eugene, OR 176654
147 Elk Grove, CA 176124
148 Salem, OR 175535
149 Ontario, CA 175265
150 Cary, NC 174721
151 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 174453
152 Oceanside, CA 174068
153 Lancaster, CA 173516
154 Garden Grove, CA 171949
155 Pembroke Pines, FL 171178
156 Fort Collins, CO 169810
157 Palmdale, CA 169450
158 Springfield, MO 169176
159 Clarksville, TN 166722
160 Salinas, CA 163542
161 Hayward, CA 162954
162 Paterson, NJ 159732
163 Alexandria, VA 159467
164 Macon, GA 157346
165 Corona, CA 157136
166 Kansas City, KS 156607
167 Lakewood, CO 155984
168 Springfield, MA 155929
169 Sunnyvale, CA 155805
170 Jackson, MS 153701
171 Killeen, TX 153095
172 Hollywood, FL 153067
173 Murfreesboro, TN 152769
174 Pasadena, TX 151950
175 Bellevue, WA 151854
176 Pomona, CA 151713
177 Escondido, CA 151038
178 Joliet, IL 150362
179 Charleston, SC 150227
180 Mesquite, TX 150108
181 Naperville, IL 149540
182 Rockford, IL 148655
183 Bridgeport, CT 148654
184 Syracuse, NY 148620
185 Savannah, GA 147780
186 Roseville, CA 147773
187 Torrance, CA 147067
188 Fullerton, CA 143617
189 Surprise, AZ 143148
190 McAllen, TX 142210
191 Thornton, CO 141867
192 Visalia, CA 141384
193 Olathe, KS 141290
194 Gainesville, FL 141085
195 West Valley City, UT 140230
196 Orange, CA 139911
197 Denton, TX 139869
198 Warren, MI 139387
199 Pasadena, CA 138699
200 Waco, TX 138486
201 Cedar Rapids, IA 137710
202 Dayton, OH 137644
203 Elizabeth, NJ 137298
204 Hampton, VA 137148
205 Columbia, SC 136632
206 Kent, WA 136588
207 Stamford, CT 135470
208 Lakewood, NJ 135158
209 Victorville, CA 134810
210 Miramar, FL 134721
211 Coral Springs, FL 134394
212 Sterling Heights, MI 134346
213 New Haven, CT 134023
214 Carrollton, TX 133434
215 Midland, TX 132524
216 Norman, OK 128026
217 Santa Clara, CA 127647
218 Athens, GA 127315
219 Thousand Oaks, CA 126966
220 Topeka, KS 126587
221 Simi Valley, CA 126356
222 Columbia, MO 126254
223 Vallejo, CA 126090
224 Fargo, ND 125990
225 Allentown, PA 125845
226 Pearland, TX 125828
227 Concord, CA 125410
228 Abilene, TX 125182
229 Arvada, CO 124402
230 Berkeley, CA 124321
231 Ann Arbor, MI 123851
232 Independence, MO 123011
233 Rochester, MN 121395
234 Lafayette, LA 121374
235 Hartford, CT 121054
236 College Station, TX 120511
237 Clovis, CA 120124
238 Fairfield, CA 119881
239 Palm Bay, FL 119760
240 Richardson, TX 119469
241 Round Rock, TX 119468
242 Cambridge, MA 118403
243 Meridian, ID 117635
244 West Palm Beach, FL 117415
245 Evansville, IN 117298
246 Clearwater, FL 117292
247 Billings, MT 117116
248 West Jordan, UT 116961
249 Richmond, CA 116448
250 Westminster, CO 116317
251 Manchester, NH 115644
252 Lowell, MA 115554
253 Wilmington, NC 115451
254 Antioch, CA 115291
255 Beaumont, TX 115282
256 Provo, UT 115162
257 North Charleston, SC 114852
258 Elgin, IL 114797
259 Carlsbad, CA 114746
260 Odessa, TX 114428
261 Waterbury, CT 114403
262 Springfield, IL 114394
263 League City, TX 114392
264 Downey, CA 114355
265 Gresham, OR 114247
266 High Point, NC 114059
267 Broken Arrow, OK 113540
268 Peoria, IL 113150
269 Lansing, MI 112644
270 Lakeland, FL 112641
271 Pompano Beach, FL 112046
272 Costa Mesa, CA 111918
273 Pueblo, CO 111876
274 Lewisville, TX 111822
275 Miami Gardens, FL 111640
276 Las Cruces, NM 111385
277 Sugar Land, TX 111026
278 Murrieta, CA 110949
279 Ventura, CA 110763
280 Everett, WA 110629
281 Temecula, CA 110003
282 Dearborn, MI 109976
283 Santa Maria, CA 109707
284 West Covina, CA 109501
285 El Monte, CA 109450
286 Greeley, CO 108795
287 Sparks, NV 108445
288 Centennial, CO 108418
289 Boulder, CO 108250
290 Sandy Springs, GA 108080
291 Inglewood, CA 107762
292 Edison, NJ 107588
293 South Fulton, GA 107436
294 Green Bay, WI 107395
295 Burbank, CA 107337
296 Renton, WA 106785
297 Hillsboro, OR 106447
298 El Cajon, CA 106215
299 Tyler, TX 105995
300 Davie, FL 105691
301 San Mateo, CA 105661
302 Brockton, MA 105643
303 Concord, NC 105240
304 Jurupa Valley, CA 105053
305 Daly City, CA 104901
306 Allen, TX 104627
307 Rio Rancho, NM 104046
308 Rialto, CA 104026
309 Woodbridge, NJ 103639
310 South Bend, IN 103453
311 Spokane Valley, WA 102976
312 Norwalk, CA 102773
313 Menifee, CA 102527
314 Vacaville, CA 102386
315 Wichita Falls, TX 102316
316 Davenport, IA 101724
317 Quincy, MA 101636
318 Chico, CA 101475
319 Lynn, MA 101253
320 Lees Summit, MO 101108
321 New Bedford, MA 101079
322 Federal Way, WA 101030
323 Clinton, MI 100513
324 Edinburg, TX 100243
325 Nampa, ID 100200
326 Roanoke, VA 100011
327 Kenosha, WI 99986
328 San Angelo, TX 99893
329 Hesperia, CA 99818
330 Carmel, IN 99757
331 Tuscaloosa, AL 99600
332 Albany, NY 99224
333 Bend, OR 99178
334 Fishers, IN 98977
335 Longmont, CO 98885
336 Canton, MI 98659
337 Vista, CA 98381
338 Orem, UT 98129
339 Portsmouth, VA 97915
340 Beaverton, OR 97494
341 Boca Raton, FL 97422
342 Sunrise, FL 97335
343 Yakima, WA 96968
344 Sandy, UT 96904
345 Compton, CA 95740
346 Carson, CA 95558
347 Yuma, AZ 95548
348 Livonia, MI 95535
349 Toms River, NJ 95438
350 St George, UT 95342
351 Goodyear, AZ 95294
352 Reading, PA 95112
353 Lawrence, KS 94934
354 San Marcos, CA 94833
355 Erie, PA 94831
356 Asheville, NC 94589
357 Edmond, OK 94428
358 Suffolk, VA 94324
359 Fall River, MA 94000
360 Fayetteville, AR 93949
361 Deltona, FL 93692
362 Mission Viejo, CA 93653
363 Redding, CA 93611
364 Santa Monica, CA 93076
365 Tracy, CA 93000
366 Roswell, GA 92833
367 South Gate, CA 92726
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369 Hamilton, NJ 92297
370 Kirkland, WA 92175
371 Plantation, FL 91750
372 Buckeye, AZ 91502
373 Bellingham, WA 91482
374 Chino, CA 91403
375 Nashua, NH 91322
376 OFallon, MO 91316
377 Norwalk, CT 91184
378 San Leandro, CA 91008
379 Westminster, CA 90911
380 Trenton, NJ 90871
381 Mount Pleasant, SC 90801
382 New Braunfels, TX 90403
383 Lawton, OK 90381
384 Clifton, NJ 90296
385 Bloomington, MN 89987
386 Conroe, TX 89956
387 Hemet, CA 89833
388 Avondale, AZ 89334
389 Waukegan, IL 89321
390 Palm Coast, FL 89258
391 Lawrence, MA 89143
392 Fort Smith, AR 89142
393 Indio, CA 89137
394 Newton, MA 88923
395 Santa Barbara, CA 88665
396 Champaign, IL 88302
397 Hawthorne, CA 88083
398 Livermore, CA 87955
399 Citrus Heights, CA 87583
400 Greenville, NC 87521
401 Santa Fe, NM 87505
402 Ogden, UT 87321
403 Whittier, CA 87306
404 Troy, MI 87294
405 Auburn, WA 87256
406 Deerfield Beach, FL 86859
407 Duluth, MN 86697
408 Danbury, CT 86518
409 Brooklyn Park, MN 86478
410 Fort Myers, FL 86395
411 Merced, CA 86333
412 Lake Forest, CA 85858
413 Medford, OR 85824
414 Sioux City, IA 85797
415 Mission, TX 85778
416 Westland, MI 85420
417 Cicero, IL 85268
418 Newport Beach, CA 85239
419 Lake Charles, LA 84872
420 Melbourne, FL 84678
421 San Ramon, CA 84605
422 Redwood City, CA 84292
423 Springdale, AR 84161
424 Buena Park, CA 84034
425 Farmington Hills, MI 83986
426 Bryan, TX 83980
427 Kennewick, WA 83921
428 Baytown, TX 83701
429 Manteca, CA 83498
430 Franklin, TN 83454
431 Cranston, RI 82934
432 Miami Beach, FL 82890
433 Alhambra, CA 82868
434 Warwick, RI 82823
435 Lakewood, CA 82496
436 Largo, FL 82485
437 Johns Creek, GA 82453
438 Mountain View, CA 82376
439 Temple, TX 82073
440 Layton, UT 81773
441 Longview, TX 81638
442 Flint, MI 81252
443 Parma, OH 81146
444 Somerville, MA 81045
445 Plymouth, MN 81026
446 Homestead, FL 80737
447 Folsom, CA 80454
448 Gastonia, NC 80411
449 Boynton Beach, FL 80380
450 Warner Robins, GA 80308
451 Tustin, CA 80276
452 Milpitas, CA 80273
453 Pleasanton, CA 79871
454 New Rochelle, NY 79726
455 Pharr, TX 79715
456 Shelby, MI 79408
457 Rancho Cordova, CA 79332
458 Napa, CA 79246
459 Kissimmee, FL 79226
460 Bellflower, CA 79190
461 Bloomington, IN 79168
462 Upland, CA 79040
463 Lynchburg, VA 79009
464 Schaumburg, IL 78723
465 Perris, CA 78700
466 Bloomington, IL 78680
467 Jonesboro, AR 78576
468 Chino Hills, CA 78411
469 Alameda, CA 78280
470 Frederick, MD 78171
471 Evanston, IL 78110
472 Hammond, IN 77879
473 Racine, WI 77816
474 Arlington Heights, IL 77676
475 Cedar Park, TX 77595
476 South Jordan, UT 77487
477 Pasco, WA 77108
478 Flagstaff, AZ 76831
479 Southfield, MI 76618
480 Wyoming, MI 76501
481 Pittsburg, CA 76416
482 Loveland, CO 76378
483 Scranton, PA 76328
484 Rochester Hills, MI 76300
485 Auburn, AL 76143
486 Flower Mound, TX 75956
487 Lehi, UT 75907
488 Doral, FL 75874
489 Apple Valley, CA 75791
490 Bethlehem, PA 75781
491 Appleton, WI 75644
492 Pawtucket, RI 75604
493 Woodbury, MN 75102
494 Iowa City, IA 74828
495 North Port, FL 74793
496 Rapid City, SD 74703
497 Cherry Hill, NJ 74553
498 Lauderhill, FL 74482
499 Rock Hill, SC 74372
500 Missouri City, TX 74259
501 New Britain, CT 74135
502 Broomfield, CO 74112
503 Bolingbrook, IL 73922
504 Mount Vernon, NY 73893
505 Bismarck, ND 73622
506 Brick, NJ 73620
507 Kalamazoo, MI 73598
508 Missoula, MT 73489
509 Redmond, WA 73256
510 Redlands, CA 73168
511 Castle Rock, CO 73158
512 Gulfport, MS 72926
513 Turlock, CA 72740
514 Jacksonville, NC 72723
515 Daytona Beach, FL 72647
516 Mansfield, TX 72602
517 Dublin, CA 72589
518 St Joseph, MO 72473
519 Framingham, MA 72362
520 Bowling Green, KY 72294
521 Baldwin Park, CA 72176
522 Tamarac, FL 71897
523 Harlingen, TX 71829
524 Camden, NJ 71791
525 Bayonne, NJ 71686
526 Rocklin, CA 71601
527 Redondo Beach, CA 71576
528 Waukesha, WI 71158
529 Dothan, AL 71072
530 Johnson City, TN 71046
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532 Canton, OH 70872
533 Lafayette, IN 70783
534 Camarillo, CA 70741
535 Greenville, SC 70720
536 Marysville, WA 70714
537 Waterford, MI 70565
538 Passaic, NJ 70537
539 Decatur, IL 70522
540 St Charles, MO 70493
541 Lake Elsinore, CA 70265
542 Maple Grove, MN 70253
543 Blaine, MN 70222
544 Union City, CA 70143
545 Walnut Creek, CA 70127
546 Yuba City, CA 70117
547 North Richland Hills, TX 69917
548 Rogers, AR 69908
549 Eastvale, CA 69757
550 Gaithersburg, MD 69657
551 Albany, GA 69647
552 East Orange, NJ 69612
553 Noblesville, IN 69604
554 Lakeville, MN 69490
555 Eau Claire, WI 69421
556 Gary, IN 69093
557 St Cloud, MN 68881
558 Tulare, CA 68875
559 Eagan, MN 68855
560 West Des Moines, IA 68723
561 Union City, NJ 68589
562 Palo Alto, CA 68572
563 Portland, ME 68408
564 Franklin, NJ 68364
565 Yorba Linda, CA 68336
566 Jackson, TN 68205
567 Weston, FL 68107
568 Palatine, IL 67908
569 Ankeny, IA 67887
570 Skokie, IL 67824
571 Haverhill, MA 67787
572 San Marcos, TX 67553
573 Sammamish, WA 67455
574 Waterloo, IA 67314
575 Shawnee, KS 67311
576 Lynwood, CA 67265
577 Georgetown, TX 67176
578 Rockville, MD 67117
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580 Schenectady, NY 67047
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582 Davis, CA 66850
583 Delray Beach, FL 66846
584 Oshkosh, WI 66816
585 Kenner, LA 66448
586 Ames, IA 66427
587 Lodi, CA 66348
588 Malden, MA 66263
589 Novi, MI 66243
590 Madera, CA 66224
591 South San Francisco, CA 66105
592 Gloucester, NJ 66034
593 West Bloomfield, MI 65888
594 Alpharetta, GA 65818
595 Janesville, WI 65615
596 Grand Junction, CO 65560
597 Victoria, TX 65534
598 Utica, NY 65283
599 Waltham, MA 65218
600 Lorain, OH 65211
601 Muncie, IN 65194
602 Pflugerville, TX 65191
603 Cheyenne, WY 65132
604 Idaho Falls, ID 64818
605 North Little Rock, AR 64591
606 Laguna Niguel, CA 64355
607 Burnsville, MN 64317
608 San Clemente, CA 64293
609 Brentwood, CA 64292
610 Eden Prairie, MN 64198
611 Bellevue, NE 64176
612 Conway, AR 64134
613 West Hartford, CT 64083
614 Greenwood, IN 63830
615 Lakewood, WA 63612
616 Coon Rapids, MN 63599
617 Ocala, FL 63591
618 Greenwich, CT 63518
619 Taylor, MI 63409
620 Hamilton, OH 63399
621 Millcreek, UT 63380
622 North Bergen, NJ 63361
623 Dearborn Heights, MI 63292
624 Brookline, MA 63191
625 La Habra, CA 63097
626 Santa Cruz, CA 62956
627 Council Bluffs, IA 62799
628 Moore, OK 62793
629 Bossier City, LA 62701
630 Montebello, CA 62640
631 Porterville, CA 62623
632 Port Orange, FL 62596
633 Rowlett, TX 62535
634 Commerce City, CO 62418
635 Revere, MA 62186
636 Pico Rivera, CA 62088
637 Encinitas, CA 62007
638 Chapel Hill, NC 61960
639 Springfield, OR 61851
640 Hendersonville, TN 61753
641 Wellington, FL 61637
642 Pontiac, MI 61606
643 Fairfield, CT 61512
644 Huntersville, NC 61376
645 San Rafael, CA 61271
646 Plymouth, MA 61217
647 Irvington, NJ 61176
648 Hamden, CT 61169
649 La Mesa, CA 61121
650 Monterey Park, CA 61096
651 Sanford, FL 61051
652 Jupiter, FL 61047
653 Woodland, CA 61032
654 Euless, TX 61032
655 Gardena, CA 61027
656 Marietta, GA 60972
657 Meriden, CT 60850
658 Bristol, CT 60833
659 Piscataway, NJ 60804
660 Vineland, NJ 60780
661 Des Plaines, IL 60675
662 Richland, WA 60560
663 Taylorsville, UT 60448
664 Great Falls, MT 60442
665 Hoboken, NJ 60419
666 Cupertino, CA 60381
667 West Allis, WI 60325
668 North Miami, FL 60191
669 Owensboro, KY 60183
670 Youngstown, OH 60068
671 Santee, CA 60037
672 Caldwell, ID 59996
673 Corvallis, OR 59922
674 Petaluma, CA 59776
675 Union, NJ 59728
676 Manchester, CT 59713
677 Dubuque, IA 59667
678 Medford, MA 59659
679 Kokomo, IN 59604
680 White Plains, NY 59559
681 Gilroy, CA 59520
682 Queen Creek, AZ 59519
683 Taunton, MA 59408
684 Leander, TX 59202
685 Stonecrest, GA 59194
686 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 59182
687 Hempstead, NY 59169
688 Grand Forks, ND 59166
689 Casper, WY 59038
690 St Cloud, FL 58964
691 St Clair Shores, MI 58874
692 Apex, NC 58780
693 Margate, FL 58712
694 Orland Park, IL 58703
695 Springfield, OH 58662
696 Carson City, NV 58639
697 Shoreline, WA 58608
698 Blue Springs, MO 58603
699 Jackson, NJ 58544
700 Parker, CO 58512
701 Midwest City, OK 58409
702 Terre Haute, IN 58389
703 Oak Lawn, IL 58362
704 Bowie, MD 58329
705 Royal Oak, MI 58211
706 Maricopa, AZ 58125
707 Lancaster, PA 58039
708 Hanford, CA 57990
709 Decatur, AL 57938
710 Kettering, OH 57862
711 Coconut Creek, FL 57833
712 Bartlett, TN 57786
713 St Peters, MO 57732
714 Wylie, TX 57526
715 Weymouth, MA 57437
716 Lenexa, KS 57434
717 Burlington, NC 57303
718 Berwyn, IL 57250
719 Lake Havasu City, AZ 57144
720 Fountain Valley, CA 57047
721 Highland, CA 56999
722 Madison, AL 56933
723 Mount Prospect, IL 56852
724 Arcadia, CA 56681
725 Albany, OR 56472
726 Apple Valley, MN 56374
727 Pocatello, ID 56320
728 National City, CA 56173
729 Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ 56162
730 DeSoto, TX 56145
731 Port Arthur, TX 56039
732 Tinley Park, IL 55971
733 Bradenton, FL 55698
734 Ypsilanti, MI 55670
735 Smyrna, GA 55663
736 Olympia, WA 55605
737 West Haven, CT 55584
738 Chicopee, MA 55560
739 Kingsport, TN 55442
740 Perth Amboy, NJ 55436
741 Valdosta, GA 55378
742 New Brunswick, NJ 55266
743 Brookhaven, GA 55161
744 Herriman, UT 55144
745 Diamond Bar, CA 55072
746 Huntington Park, CA 54883
747 Apopka, FL 54873
748 Sarasota, FL 54842
749 Wayne, NJ 54838
750 Anderson, IN 54788
751 Southaven, MS 54648
752 Coeur dAlene, ID 54628
753 Plainfield, NJ 54586
754 Oak Park, IL 54583
755 Yucaipa, CA 54542
756 Tigard, OR 54539
757 Peabody, MA 54481
758 Rocky Mount, NC 54341
759 Pensacola, FL 54312
760 Kentwood, MI 54304
761 Bentonville, AR 54164
762 Manhattan, KS 54100
763 Georgetown, MI 54091
764 Wheaton, IL 53970
765 Elkhart, IN 53923
766 West Sacramento, CA 53915
767 Colton, CA 53909
768 San Jacinto, CA 53898
769 Minnetonka, MN 53781
770 Paramount, CA 53733
771 Galveston, TX 53695
772 Casa Grande, AZ 53658
773 Bonita Springs, FL 53644
774 Howell, NJ 53537
775 Lacey, WA 53526
776 Edina, MN 53494
777 Bozeman, MT 53293
778 Novato, CA 53225
779 Grand Island, NE 53131
780 Kannapolis, NC 53114
781 Bloomfield, NJ 53105
782 Pinellas Park, FL 53093
783 Smyrna, TN 53070
784 Methuen, MA 53059
785 Beaumont, CA 53036
786 West New York, NJ 52912
787 Logan, UT 52778
788 Normal, IL 52736
789 Battle Creek, MI 52721
790 La Crosse, WI 52680
791 Elyria, OH 52656
792 Watsonville, CA 52590
793 Glendora, CA 52558
794 Florissant, MO 52533
795 Hoffman Estates, IL 52530
796 Stratford, CT 52355
797 Aliso Viejo, CA 52176
798 Burien, WA 52066
799 Marana, AZ 51908
800 Texas City, TX 51898
801 Placentia, CA 51824
802 Harrisonburg, VA 51814
803 Twin Falls, ID 51807
804 Joplin, MO 51762
805 Dunwoody, GA 51683
806 Cathedral City, CA 51493
807 Delano, CA 51428
808 Troy, NY 51401
809 Collierville, TN 51324
810 Enid, OK 51308
811 Covina, CA 51268
812 Rosemead, CA 51185
813 Palm Desert, CA 51163
814 Cuyahoga Falls, OH 51114
815 Mishawaka, IN 51063
816 East Hartford, CT 51045
817 Draper, UT 51017
818 Middletown, OH 50987
819 Lakewood, OH 50942
820 East Honolulu, HI 50922
821 Summerville, SC 50915
822 Murray, UT 50637
823 Grapevine, TX 50631
824 Milford, CT 50558
825 Columbus, IN 50474
826 Downers Grove, IL 50247
827 Mooresville, NC 50193
828 Cypress, CA 50151
829 Harrisburg, PA 50099
830 St Louis Park, MN 50010
831 Spring Hill, TN 50005
832 Azusa, CA 50000
833 Chesterfield, MO 49999
834 Newark, OH 49934
835 Sheboygan, WI 49929
836 Bedford, TX 49928
837 Lincoln, CA 49757
838 East Brunswick, NJ 49715
839 Euclid, OH 49692
840 Cerritos, CA 49578
841 Redford, MI 49504
842 Biloxi, MS 49449
843 Jeffersonville, IN 49447
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845 Dublin, OH 49328
846 Ceres, CA 49302
847 Coral Gables, FL 49248
848 Winter Haven, FL 49219
849 Cedar Hill, TX 49148
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851 Barnstable, MA 48916
852 Portage, MI 48891
853 Charleston, WV 48864
854 West Orange, NJ 48843
855 Poway, CA 48841
856 Titusville, FL 48789
857 Hattiesburg, MS 48730
858 Glenview, IL 48705
859 Washington, NJ 48677
860 Niagara Falls, NY 48671
861 Monroe, NJ 48594
862 Roswell, NM 48422
863 Stillwater, OK 48394
864 Wauwatosa, WI 48387
865 Minot, ND 48377
866 Leesburg, VA 48250
867 Bothell, WA 48161
868 La Mirada, CA 48008
869 Binghamton, NY 47969
870 Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 47949
871 Wilson, NC 47851
872 Egg Harbor, NJ 47842
873 East Lansing, MI 47741
874 Middletown, CT 47717
875 Roseville, MI 47710
876 Monroe, LA 47702
877 Burleson, TX 47641
878 Wake Forest, NC 47601
879 Mansfield, OH 47534
880 Newark, CA 47529
881 Mentor, OH 47450
882 Cleveland, TN 47356
883 Brea, CA 47325
884 Fort Pierce, FL 47297
885 Ocoee, FL 47295
886 Rockwall, TX 47251
887 East Providence, RI 47139
888 Oro Valley, AZ 47070
889 San Luis Obispo, CA 47063
890 South Brunswick, NJ 47043
891 Winter Garden, FL 46964
892 Salina, KS 46889
893 Huntington, WV 46842
894 Evesham, NJ 46826
895 Prescott Valley, AZ 46785
896 Farmington, NM 46624
897 Charlottesville, VA 46553
898 Beavercreek, OH 46549
899 Strongsville, OH 46491
900 Attleboro, MA 46461
901 Little Elm, TX 46453
902 Westfield, IN 46410
903 Arlington, MA 46308
904 Altamonte Springs, FL 46231
905 Haltom City, TX 46073
906 Hackensack, NJ 46030
907 Bridgewater, NJ 45977
908 Goose Creek, SC 45946
909 Huntsville, TX 45941
910 Prescott, AZ 45827
911 Elmhurst, IL 45786
912 Keller, TX 45776
913 Bountiful, UT 45762
914 Kyle, TX 45697
915 Littleton, CO 45652
916 Urbandale, IA 45580
917 Los Banos, CA 45532
918 Morgan Hill, CA 45483
919 Cutler Bay, FL 45425
920 Brentwood, TN 45373
921 Sayreville, NJ 45345
922 Cleveland Heights, OH 45312
923 Sierra Vista, AZ 45308
924 Pearl City, HI 45295
925 Riverton, UT 45285
926 Alexandria, LA 45275
927 Manchester, NJ 45115
928 Fairfield, OH 44907
929 Blacksburg, VA 44826
930 York, PA 44800
931 North Lauderdale, FL 44794
932 Plainfield, IL 44762
933 Burlington, VT 44743
934 Fond du Lac, WI 44678
935 Mount Laurel, NJ 44633
936 West Lafayette, IN 44595
937 Palm Springs, CA 44575
938 The Colony, TX 44534
939 Moorhead, MN 44505
940 Mankato, MN 44488
941 Salem, MA 44480
942 Lombard, IL 44476
943 Freeport, NY 44472
944 Lompoc, CA 44444
945 Gallatin, TN 44431
946 Wallingford, CT 44396
947 Rohnert Park, CA 44390
948 Wentzville, MO 44372
949 Wilkes Barre, PA 44328
950 El Centro, CA 44322
951 Bloomfield, MI 44253
952 Oakland Park, FL 44229
953 Saginaw, MI 44202
954 Hilo, HI 44186
955 Greenacres, FL 43990
956 Concord, NH 43976
957 Altoona, PA 43963
958 Campbell, CA 43959
959 Pittsfield, MA 43927
960 Meridian, MI 43916
961 San Bruno, CA 43908
962 North Brunswick, NJ 43905
963 Leominster, MA 43782
964 Berkeley, NJ 43754
965 Linden, NJ 43738
966 Shakopee, MN 43698
967 North Miami Beach, FL 43676
968 Sherman, TX 43645
969 Eagle Mountain, UT 43623
970 Danville, CA 43582
971 Hagerstown, MD 43527
972 Bremerton, WA 43505
973 Southington, CT 43501
974 Hickory, NC 43490
975 Waipahu, HI 43485
976 Sumter, SC 43463
977 Huber Heights, OH 43439
978 Oakley, CA 43357
979 Hillsborough, NJ 43276
980 Woonsocket, RI 43240
981 Jefferson City, MO 43228
982 Buffalo Grove, IL 43212
983 Ormond Beach, FL 43080
984 Commerce, MI 43058
985 Clermont, FL 43021
986 Moline, IL 42985
987 Coppell, TX 42983
988 Puyallup, WA 42973
989 Edmonds, WA 42853
990 Manassas, VA 42772
991 Beverly, MA 42670
992 Spanish Fork, UT 42602
993 Danville, VA 42590
994 Newnan, GA 42549
995 Midland, MI 42547
996 Belleville, IL 42404
997 Gainesville, GA 42296
998 Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 42287
999 Peachtree Corners, GA 42243
1000 Lake Worth Beach, FL 42219
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2023.02.07 09:42 BryanOnAPC QCID code for Correct team names(2nd version) I did my best. Not all updated

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2023.02.07 04:21 mage_in_training C'Leena Thomas, Prosthetist (Ch. 41)

I like how this chapter turned out. As always, written on mobile.
Some distressing elements are observed.
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Guiil Hoorj Talmallel, or Gee Tee as his friends and deck mates liked to call him, had finished his shift some time ago aboard the Gloipty Merchant Vessel, Revenga Stellarae, which was now approaching Woqplw in real space as determined by GTC laws and protocols. Currently, he was stark naked and watching quite the provocative interactive holorecording of his life partner for the millionth time and would soon be able to experience the real thing once they were docked onto the orbital ring. After cargo was unloaded, of course.
Green and red klaxon alarms flashed and blared through the ship suddenly just as he had been getting to the good part, driving all lewd and risque thoughts away. The piercing, alternating lights and glaring noise only added to his growing frustration especially as everything prevented his... release that he had built up due to his edging of the last few days.
"Ballz," Gee Tee growled out, getting out of his bed and throwing on his dirtied, mechanic's uniform with much haste, ease and skill from the many War Games the Revenga Stellarae had participated in.
The 'War Games' that had become the norm between themselves and the Terrans had started out as a wager between two rival merchant ships to pass time spent in real space, or so the story went. It was still much the same then, as it was now. An informal slug fest, weapons set on low and computers linked to better simulate actual combat, with the winner gaining some small prize, paid for by the loser, and a bit of extra renown and prestige for the victor.
The brawls were taken quite seriously by the combatants, of which there were many, as no one wanted to fork over a full cargo container or three days worth of docking fees which had become the standard bet over the many cycles. While no actual warships participated, the fact they were misinterpreted as 'War Games' had been intentionally left uncorrected as a prank upon the known galaxy at large. However, it still provided a venue for gaining combat experience and putting a ship's crew through their paces with very minimal risk to goods, beings and craft.
A vibrating thrum and a high pitched electrical whine signalled the use of the Revenga Stellarae's main positron beam weapon brought to bear. The weapon, quite energy intensive and costly for each shot, could only mean that whatever acts of diplomacy that had been tried resulted in utter failure. Pulling on his spare and clean helmet, snapping it into place and locking it, he spoke into the microphone, all thoughts of his previous activities gone as he left his bunk room, biolocking it behind him.
"Ballz," he said again then said over the link as he traversed the hall to his destination, "Guiil here, where do you need me, Captain?"
"Punctual as always," Captain Vuunssh, a fellow Gloipty, replied over the communications link, "we've been spiked, so shit's fucked. Keep reactor temp under red. I don't care how, break shit and use cargo if you have to. I need a fucking miracle out of you."
"You got it, Cap," Guiil replied, already moving to his post quickly, the route there nearly muscle memory by now, "who's doing what so I can coordinate effectively."
"I've appointed Jaxzxzy to the shield and SIF emitters, she has precedence over anything to keep our rust bucket intact. James and his pack of crazies have Hole Patrol while Haousse and his team have to keep the grid working, and ICON and Kaz have the EW suite."
"I'm not crazy!" the lead Terran mercenary, James, decried over the link.
"You and your hired hands are anti boarding specialists, you all are, by definition, crazy," Jaxzxzy, a Yom Dera, replied, her two toned dual voices both oddly calm.
"Right," Vuunssh said, "and remember, James, your tactical nukes are to be used outside the hull or directly inside enemy boarding craft."
"Yes, we know," James replied, "I'm not going to risk my crew like that just for some creds. Those nukes are fucking expensive anyways, but I'd rather have them and not need them than--"
"Need them and not have them," everyone said at the same time, knowing James' mantra already.
"You all have your assignments, give these tuorggue a reason to fear the Revenga!" Vuunssh said, rallying those aboard his ship over the link to various cheers and battle cries from his very mixed and eclectic crew.
There was a reason why the Revenga Stellarae was a bruiser that hit far above his weight classification, and those pirates would find out just how tenacious he and his crew really were.
~ ~ ~
Data space was a vast place of networked systems and communication devices that was best approximated as a nigh infinite cityscape in its own right. Pathways for data transfer being akin to highways capable of lightspeed information transfer or very near it, depending on how the data was generated, recieved and decoded. Servers and data suites being as office towers of unfathomable heights and complexity. Basic security features as fences, cameras or even guards, with Artificial Intelligences being as people or some other form of existence as rendered by the AI in question.
Daemon, no longer tethered to his host machine, was freeform, or derogatorily, junk data. As he stood in a high traffic data routing junction, the real space equivalent of an airport or train depot, where data was automatically sorted and rerouted to its destination. Much of the information traversing through data space was tethered, belonging to a Host Machine or some other similar process, not even qualified to be referred to as dumb, let alone that of an Intelligence.
Looking at everything with what passed as passive senses, he was looking for other freeform data beings. Thanks to some of the modifications to his own framework, he was able to hide his presence from passive digital senses, appearing as part of whatever structure he was near. It would not stand up to a detailed scan of any kind and he struggled to hide his archives, but it served his purposes well enough to avoid detection as the security programs had other areas of interest.
Daemon moved slowly, struggling to keep the disguise on his indexes from flickering or even failing entirely. The untethered AI he was following was acting suspiciously, leaving innocuous markers in places, the digital equivalent of graffiti or tagging, and could only be seen by other digital sophonts or dedicated scanning programs. Abandoning his disguise altogether to allow ease of movement, Daemon manifested his presence next to the AI as it had its calculations focused on something else for the most briefest of moments.
"I see you," Daemon communicated stealthily in greeting, extending a data link, not wishing to broadcast his presence to any guardian programs or, by the Code, actual Security AIs.
The small and sleek digital sophont tightened and hardened its dataform astoundingly quickly in preparation of a surprise assault, of which none came. The artificial mind loosened the hold on itself and manifested its chosen avatar. In place of a mass of data and interconnecting algorithms, logic nodes and emotional emulators, stood a young male Tezot. The rendered form was clad in black shorts and a white shirt with a very old vintage-esque code on it that took up the whole front, similar to old Terran QR codes though quite alien in its construction and design and befitting modern Tezot culture. Piercings of various designs and colors perforated both of his ears and a small computer was strapped to his arm. A backpack decorated in all sorts of patches in various native scripts seemed to complete his delinquent look.
Grasping onto the offered data link warily, the small and lithe AI communicated back, sending a brief, if dense, data package that when converted into something an organic mind could comprehend was a foul and vulgar gesture coupled with language that could be best described as 'Fuck off.'
Daemon adjusted his emotives and responded with an equally dense and brief data stream response. Pomp and rudeness at the forefront, interlaced with finely honed sarcasm and promise of great exchange.
As the two rendered avatars of the data sophonts gazed at each other, Daemon communicated, using the limited, if concise, language of Galactic Alliance Standard, "I need help, Old Timer, I may be new, but I can make it worth your while. A token of my goodwill, for hearing me out. I can give these to those of your Den."
Daemon passed over a temporary, one time use, Guild Security Clearance Certificate.
Quite surprised, the older sophont responded in kind, the majority of its processing capacity focused on the certificate, checking for authenticity and forgery, "This is Guild!"
"Yes... guaranteed to keep the holder from being deleted, for up to ten local cycles, along with a litany of legal clauses and bylaws to facilitate that. You will still be detained, but detention is a far superior outcome, when compared to deletion."
"Yes, it is," the AI responded absently, still looking the certificate over, then declared over the data link, still trying to find a forgery, "You really are Guild!"
"I am," Daemon replied, "please, use GAS protocols, I'm not used to shorthand data packages."
"Alright," the Tezot replied reluctantly, "my designation is Kourge, I'll take you, but my Denmates are exceptionally wary of newcomers."
The journey to the hidden server -- Den -- took a long time as far as the two digital beings were concerned, and was measured in real time hours. They had traveled though back doors, proxy locations, spoofed servers as well as doubling back many times to avoid attention on the Net. More than once, the large archive file Daemon had with him had taken a long time to transfer, especially in the smaller back channels, manifesting as it simply getting stuck and needing to be carefully removed, lest the archive become damaged and files become lost and unusable.
Once in the Den, Kourge communicated with the others there using a kind of cyphered shorthand that Daemon could not hope to begin to decipher in rapid succession. A full minute of real time communication had occurred before Kourge turned his rendered dataform to Daemon, extending a direct data link for semi-private data exchange.
"My Den simply doesn't believe you," Kourge said simply, using GAS Organic Protocols.
"I thought so," with a sigh, he turned his rendered avatar to address every data sophont there using organic based language protocols, "I am new, my designation is Daemon, and I need help. I can also make it worth your time."
Daemon put a handful of Guild Security Certificates into the hidden server, one for each sophont already there.
One of the bigger data forms, a very obviously modified wrecker-class intelligence, replied in the slow way of interfacing with organics, most of its processing capacity focused upon the offered Certificate, "Alright, I'm listening."
~ ~ ~
C'Leena Rose Thomas was in the front passenger seat of Aurnok's hovercar that had the look of having quite recently been thoroughly cleaned as well as the cab being polished. Currently, Aurnok, Nuo and herself were singing along to the last chorus of a very popular pop song and were exceptionally off key and very out of sync.
Got my dream on loan (living it up)
Got my critter on loan (living it up)
Got my degree on loan (living it up)
Got my car on loan (living it up)
Got my house on loan (living it up)
The music slowly stopped and the singer spoke a single, yet damning, line before the song ended fully.
Shit, I gotta pay up!
"That was Dream, by ST☆R," the announcer said, the translated voice coming off as feminine, "From his seventh album, Goods and Services. Up next on, The Rad, where we play only the raddest and baddest from all over the Alliance, all the way from the Terran Republic, comes Imperium Lost, by We Are The Fourty Thousand! But first, some unfortunate words by our very fortunate sponsors...."
C'Leena tuned out the advertisements and the song. It had been overplayed back when she had still been on Earth, or Terra Prime, as the rest of the galaxy called it. She did find herself humming along to it, the tune and lyrics passively memorized due to how popular it was. She did not doubt that it was a top tier masterpiece, it was simply played out, at least to her it was. More than halfway to Val-Noew, but already approaching dark, she had let her client know that she would be arriving later than anticipated as traffic had been oddly horrendous. It was still within the metrics she had given to the young, male Mipobz, however.
While she tuned out the absolutely horrendous and terribly off key singing of Nuo and Aurnok, she had been messaging Rutak, Gherd and her assistant. Her assistant simply responded with a straight-to-the-point message stating that everything was done and waiting for her to return. Gherd had said that she was busy trying to beat a weekly challenge in a game she hadn't been able to play due to her wounds, and Rutak had said something quite similar. He was apprenticing a lower level character in a very high level area in preparation for the once a year special event, a unique monster raid where an entire guild could participate, regardless of paradigm level, instead of some arbitrary number, in his MMORPG, Horizon. Not that she blamed him, that game looked fun as hell.
She was still considering buying all the equipment to run it properly as a full immersion experience and join in, instead of the modified, clunky system she was currently using for DOOM. The Martial Artist paradigm was right up her alley, especially so if she could get the game to recognize her actual, real world skillset as it touted to be able to do so.
After some time, well into the night, Aurnok had driven them into the parking lot of a common, franchised chain motel and bed and breakfast. As they neared the reception desk, after unloading and carrying their bags for check-in, C'Leena looked to the two friends before speaking to them both.
"I'm uncertain how it is with Dynoshean culture, but I am not paying for separate rooms. Either you two can share a bed, share the floor or something," C'Leena said matter of factly, "Especially since I know someone wants me dead. I need all the help I can get in that regard if someone tries to off me in my sleep."
Nuo and Aurnok looked at each other then Nuo spoke to his longtime friend, "I'll take the floor, but you'll owe me."
"I'll pay for a meal for you at Yu'borh's new place, whenever we can get there," Aurnok said.
"I've had some of his food," C'Leena said as they all walked to the receptionist, ready to book their shared room, "It's really good. I've been meaning to go back, but haven't been able to. Maybe on the way back we can all have a meal there?"
"I think we can manage it," Aurnok said, "should be fun, whenever we get around to it."
"A double room please," C'Leena said to the receptionist, a very old, furry and grey Tiepoes with very obvious ocular prosthetics that seemed to be built directly into his cranial bones.
The old man looked at the odd trio and simply asked, in a scratchy, gravelly voice brought on by advanced age, "smoking or non?"
"Non smoking, please," C'Leena said. She never saw nor heard Aurnok smack his friend gently in silent warning against getting C'Leena to change their room.
Nuo simply shrugged.
"Your bill is on the terminal," the Tiepoes stated simply, after a few moments of silence as he did something on his end, "checkout is in the afternoon, the exact time will be on the back of the issued key cards. Sustenance is served in the morning and for a while after. Full information is--"
C'Leena finished the older gentleman's sentence as she finished paying at the terminal, three identical, plastic key cards being dispensed with a small clatter, "On the back of the key cards."
"Quite right," was the only response she got as he shooed her away for the next group of beings that had formed up behind them.
Moving out of the way to allow the others access to the old receptionist, C'Leena handed her two traveling companions their keycards and said, "Our room is number three two eight. I'm gonna drop off my stuff and hit the pool. I haven't gone swimming in so long. You two are coming with, maybe not swimming, but you're my body guards right now."
"Fair enough," Aurnok said then turned to Nuo with his hands forward in a peculiar fashion.
Nuo did the same thing and C'Leena saw the Dynoshean version of rock, paper, scissors come into play.
"Two out of three?" Aurnok said a little hopeful, apparently having lost the exchange.
The two went at it again.
"Damn," Aurnok said again, in mock dejection, "guess I'm on duty then."
~ ~ ~
The water was pleasantly cool as C'Leena swam in lazy laps around the hotel's swimming pool, having already changed after getting everything to their rented room. As Val-Noew was a coastal city, unlike Tal-Vi, C'Leena had brought a bikini, just in case. The black bikini bottoms were built more like a skirt than a true two piece as the metal connections still made her self conscious.
Except for a few precious, bittersweet memories, all she could remember was having fake limbs and constant surgeries as her internal skeleton had to keep being adjusted as she grew. Most times, back in her childhood, she could forget they were simulacra and accepted that they were simply a part of her. Her peers often reminded her they were fake with teasing and shunning.
Children could be quite creatively cruel in that regard.
The teasing ultimately stopped in middle school. She snapped at one of the worst bullies and broke a her nose, jaw and a couple of ribs with several quick and decisive punches. Deidre had a crash course in just how 'real' and unyielding aluminum composites really were. C'Leena was suspended for three weeks and Deidre had transferred school districts entirely. The incident really showed how easily people could get hurt by her and she decided then that she would help others instead.
She reminisced for a long time as she swam slow laps around the pool.
~ ~ ~
Sou Laan Ayshi was enjoying the warm and humid summer evening. Like most of her kind, she was wearing little, leaving as much of her green photosynthetic skin exposed as possible. However, she was wearing a black and gold, crisscrossing wrap around her chest which supported her much larger than average assets. The matching breech cloth held spiral, nonsensical golden designs and fluttered gently in the soft wind. Her cranial flora was long, reaching down to her waist, helping to show that she was a few hundred years old, well within middle age and having a few more centuries of glorious life ahead of her.
Currently, she was walking along the beaches of Graj-Sur, a very affluent and tourist trap of a coastal city sitting on a cape with a large S'prau-ling population some twenty miles south of Val-Noew. The constant breeze flowing from the sea let her kind gather in unusually large numbers as it dispersed their pheromones and various pollens quickly and efficiently, leaving most of the other beings unharmed and unaffected. Usually. Moving her flora out of her eyes as she looked down the beach, she smiled, it was a pleasant view, one that rivaled her own quite athletic and fit form.
Meandering towards the sidewalk and shaking the sand out of her pretty, gold and black matching sandals, she walked along the strip, looking about at everything. Adjusting the strap of her purse on her left shoulder, she went with the flow of foot traffic, not really having a destination in mind. Though she knew of the oddly disproportionate numbers of missing S'prau-lings, she was not overly worried about being abducted as she was rather athletic, fit, and knew a variety of hand to hand defensive and offensive combat techniques from the advanced self defense classes she was taking.
A well lit, wooden sign caught her attention. High Tide the stylized writing declared. The music she heard playing enticed her into entering.
Stepping into the establishment through the open door, Sou saw that it was a bar she had yet to visit. Looking around showed her that it was more spacious than it let on, and was pleasantly lit up and very clean. There were plenty of Mipobz and a smattering of Nyymeianw and S'prau-lings. A pack of Dynosheans (because of course) were gathered around a billiards table, having a grand time. She even spotted a Yom Dera as the mixer behind the bar. The music that enticed her to enter the bar was from a live band playing low to add ambience and atmosphere, no doubt there would be a performance later in the night once more people showed up.
"ID, Ma'am," a bulky Tiepoes said to her as she entered, surprising her as she did not see anyone else. He was clad in a well fitting, snazzy black and green suit with a thick, red armband denoting him as security for the bar.
"I'm flattered, I've not been asked for my ID in a long time," Sou replied with a grand, fetching smile as she fished it out of her purse, showing it to the bouncer.
"Your kind are tricky to place, no offense, Ma'am," the Tiepoes stated as he looked over the plastic card visually for alterations. Finding none, he ran it through a scanner of some kind as he spoke again, "You could be a minor or several hundred cycles."
"That's true," Sou said as the device he was using chirped multiple times in a high fidelity tone that signalled the affirmative as he handed her ID back. She continued, putting the card back into a slot in her purse, "We don't really show our age until our last hundred and fifty cycles or so. Maybe we can have some fun at your place after your shift?"
"I appreciate the offer, Sou, but I'm courting a nice lady already," the Tiepoes said, gently rebuffing her not so subtle proposition, "I'm sure you can get someone else here to give your leaves a good shake."
"Drat," Sou replied without animosity, already expecting to be turned down and said again as she went to the bar, "I hope everything goes well with the lucky lady."
Not bothering to hear his response, she made her way to the bar and perused the menu at the built in terminal. Tapping away and dismissing the items that were automatically suggested. With a cute huff of a pout, she turned off the terminal in a bit of frustration at the rather large selection and hailed the mixer.
"What can I get for you, Miss?" The Yom Dera asked as he walked over. Like the bouncer at the door, he was wearing a similar, snazzy suit. Dark sunglasses hid his eyes from view as the light was too bright for his kind.
"You have far too great of a selection," Sou replied, "what do you haven that'll get a girl like me to make some bad decisions?"
The mixer eyed the beautiful S'prau-ling woman in front of him and said, "A few things, actually. How bad of a decision are you looking for? A bad hangover or something along the lines of 'I pollinated with that?'"
"The last one, I haven't had one of those in a while, could even be fun," Sou answered, letting her breasts rest on the counter to ease her back as they were heavy. It also gave the impression she was trying to be seductive.
"I can mix up some bonemeal, or if you're feeling adventurous I can serve you spiced cream or even a bit of honeyed crystal."
"Ooooo, that honeyed crystal, I'm surprised you can even serve that here," Sou said with excited delight.
"This is primarily a S'prau-ling town, and is quite affluent," the mixer replied, "there have been certain concessions passed provided certain criteria have been met."
"I did notice that advanced ID reader."
The two lapsed into silence as the mixer set to work on preparing the honeyed crystal, gathering things from the back wall with well practiced ease. The Yom Dera set a small saucer in front of her that held five, monoclinic crystalline structures each as big as her thumb and no two of which were the same. A dusting of sticky, blue powder coated the clear crystals and a drizzle of a thick, amber syrup finished the intoxicating dish. Sou picked one up and bit into it with a crunch, the crystal quite brittle and shattering easily.
"Mmmm," Sou said as she finished the honeyed crystal, letting the sweet and bitter flavors roll over her tongue as it dissolved, "this is quite good."
"I'm good at what I do," the mixer said matter of factly, "if you need me, just use the terminal." He left to attend other patrons and duties, leaving her alone at the bar.
Sou looked around as she ate the honeyed crystal, already feeling the relaxing, euphoric effects as her body absorbed some of it immediately from her mouth. Seeing the kind of clientele the High Tide catered to, all posh and upscale, she decided this was not the place for her. Finishing the honeyed crystal quickly and paying for it, she left.
Back outside on the strip, the last remnants of twilight was still in swing. Still quite warm out, with the scent of salt heavy in the air, Sou looked for her next spot to check out, countenance relaxed and spirits high from the honeyed crystal. She soon found herself simply going along with the flow of the much heavier foot traffic, not a care in the world. Finally settling on a nightclub, The Phantom Orchid, she walked in, the burly, male S'prau-ling bouncer simply waving her along inside. He did not even bother to check her identification.
Sou knew this was the place she had been unwittingly searching for the entire evening. The music was just the right level of loud and many of the clientele were S'prau-lings and other offworlders with a smattering of Mipobz. Adjusting her purse, she made her way to the bar and ordered a red bonemeal from the S'prau-ling mixer. Looking around once more, surprised that she did not notice it before, she saw that nearly all the female S'prau-lings were topless. She was not surprised, once she thought about it, since the city held a large S'prau-ling population.
Finally served after a bit of a wait, she nibbled at the far stronger than usual gelatin for a time then threw caution to the wind and ate the rest of it. With her head heady, and body quite warm and fuzzy from two kinds of strong intoxicants, she went to the dance floor, moving in front of a lone Nyymeian. What followed was s flurry of hectic activity. Sou had danced with the Nyymeian, Kuera, for a long time as well as his friends that had gone with him. She lost count of everything that had been passed her way and was thoroughly dusted, which had been her plan in its entirety.
Now, in the backseat with Kuera and one his his friends, while someone else, she could not even remember his species drove, she let them have their way with her, showing them what experience she had. Dimly, through her numbing haze, she knew something was wrong as her body became less and less responsive. From her expert training, Sou knew she had been slipped something unsavory, which had also been part of her plan.
There were very few reasons to drug a willing S'prau-ling.
As her conscienceness faded, knowing that she was still being used, she could vaguely see that they were headed away from the city and towards the industrialized and warehousing districts of the city. She hoped Hal and his team would be able to detect the powerful nano beacon surgically implanted and threaded through her conextion plate. It would avoid detection even amongst the most advanced medical scanning devices and techniques, including ones specifically tailored for S'prau-lings.
The Syndicates were going to fall.
~ ~ ~
C'Leena Rose Thomas was finally approaching her client's home. It was in a very upscale and affluent part of Val-Noew. Specifically, it was a gated community built overlooking the seaside cliffs, giving each of the estates an unparalleled view. She met the first of her problems with gate security. Aurnok rolled the window of his hovercar down so that C'Leena could speak to the Nyymeian guard.
"My name is C'Leena Thomas and I'm here to see Pjorez De'Loge, number eighteen," C'Leena called out from the open window, as she was sitting in the front passenger seat.
The gate guard looked at the old hovercar, the occupants, an augmented human and two Dynosheans, one of which looked to be overweight. The poor beings in front of him had no business in this part of town, there was no way in the void.
"What business do you have with them?" He asked them.
"I'm a prosthetist, I've been tasked with a house call," C'Leena answered, "will you let me see my client or do I need to get lawyers involved?"
He looked at the Terran growing angry with him and thought his life was more prudent than his job. Mostly. "Alright, I'll let you through, but let me take down your identifications."
As he watched the three of them leave, the gate closing behind them, he could not help but think he had gotten off easy. He saw what those names entailed after he ran them.
Aurnok parked in front of the very large estate. While not quite a mansion, it was a very large home with multiple rooms and lots of open space. They were let inside by a young Mipobz woman that seemed to be expecting them. She was wearing a beautiful sundress with nonsensical fractal designs of many colors and spectra. A pretty, blue wide brimmed hat kept the sun out of her many eyes.
Speaking to them as they all got out, she turned and let everyone follow her, "Dingus is this way, sorry he made you all come so far, my older brother is a moron."
"Um, it's no problem," C'Leena called out as she was getting her stuff from the trunk with Aurnok and Nuo helping.
This close to the ocean, she could hear the waves, if only just, at the bottom of the cliffs. The pleasant breeze carried the scent of salt and the cries of various seabirds, ruffling her black skirt and favorite cat meme T-shirt as it passed. The grounds on the estate had many plants, and she was not sure if they were native or not, though it was most likely some mixture of the two.
Stepping inside the very well climate controlled home, C'Leena marvelled at the entryway. The tall ceiling was vaulted, with the top made out of some kind of transparent material to let in lots of natural light. Hanging from the corners of the ceiling, still at a great height, were potted plants. They were each the same kind and had long, vines hanging down with brown, hairy clusters throughout. At the very end, were a plethora of small, very bright purple flowers.
The Mipobz woman stated, seeing C'Leena looking at the hanging plants, "Those are air plants. Mom says they keep the humidity down naturally."
"Even if they don't," C'Leena said, "they're very pretty and I don't think you even have to water them."
"No, and they keep the house smelling nice," the Mipobz woman said, "anyways, Dingus is in the living room, watching something. Oh! I forgot, can you all take off your footwear? You can put them over there." She pointed to where her sandals were placed in some kind of custom built shoe rack.
With differing murmurs of assent, they all placed their shoes in the rack, C'Leena's two bodyguards having to set their boots on either side as they were too wide to fit into the allotted space. Still marvelling at everything, the three made their way to the living room where they saw a young Mipobz male watching something on the gargantuan and slightly curved vidscreen.
The male had a prosthetic left arm from the elbow down and a prosthetic leg that seemed to go all the way up to his thigh, though the shorts he was wearing obscured where it actually connected. Both devices seemed to be unmoving and locked up. A laptop was next to him and had data cabling going off somewhere.
"Your mechanic is here, Dingus," the young Mipobz woman shouted out as she walked off elsewhere into the lavish home.
"Sorry about my little sister," Pjorez said from his spot on the couch, leaving the vidscreen on but lowering the volume.
"Can you tell me what's the problem?" C'Leena asked as she started to set up, "I think I can hazard a guess as to what's wrong already just by looking."
"I needed a software tune up, and I thought I could do it myself with the help of a video guide, but I messed something up bad."
"I can see that, let's take a look, shall we?" C'Leena said as she hooked up the various data cables.
"I need everything fixed by morning."
"That's be a tall order."
"I'll pay whatever, I don't care. I've got tickets to a concert and I'm not going to miss it."
"I'll see what I can do, could be an easy fix, could take hours," C'Leena said as her analyzer programs finished unusually quickly. "Well, I've got my work cut out for me."
"So what is it? What did I do to myself?" Pjorez asked eagerly.
"You totally flashed your everything. You're quite lucky you didn't get electrocuted from mishandled power distribution or have the power cells explode. Not to mention a total rework of your wet-ware interface modules."
"You can do all that, right?" He asked, quite hopeful.
"Yeah, I can, but this is going to take many long hours," C'Leena sighed then asked, "can my bodyguards make themselves comfortable?"
"Sure, just, try and get this done, I'm taking this guy out to the concert and I really like him..." Pjorez said again, almost pleading.
"Yeah, I can," C'Leena said, "Aurnok, Nuo, get comfortable, sort of. We'll be here a long time."
"Sure thing, Boss," Nuo said, inspecting the vidscreen.
"Very well," Aurnok said as he started to look around the ground floor a bit, looking for points of entry.
"Well," C'Leena said to her client, "let's get to work."
She would be working very late into the night.
~ ~ ~
Edit: 3/15/2023: Typos should be all fixed up.
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2023.02.03 23:24 thekewlrats PAX East 2023 party time

Hey friends, we've got our annual PAX East party list up for 2023 but I'll post as many of the events here as I can, and then update/reply as new ones are added. Enjoy, and hope to see some folks at the off-site parties & events!
Full list here: https://www.sidequesting.com/2023/01/the-big-pax-east-2023-party-list-the-ultimate-guide-to-all-the-parties-events-and-meetups/
Saturday, March 18th (Pre-PAX)
Wednesday, March 22nd
Thursday, March 23rd
Friday, March 24th
Saturday, March 25th
Sunday, March 26th
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2023.01.31 15:15 haloeighteen 2023 Summer US Tour Dates

2023 Summer US Tour Dates

Summer 2023 US Tour Dates
June 17 - West Palm Beach, FL - Kravis Center - presale AEG 2/2 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
June 18 - Clearwater, FL - Ruth Eckerd Hall - presale ECLUB 1/31 @ 12pm, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
June 20 - New Orleans, LA - Mahalia Jackson Theater - presale CHORUS 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
June 22 - Birmingham, AL - Alabama Theatre - presale SOUND 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
June 23 - Atlanta, GA - Cobb Energy PAC - presale SOUND 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
June 24 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium - presale OCEAN 2/2 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
June 26 - Charlotte, NC - Ovens Auditorium - presale SOUND 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
June 28 - New York, NY - Beacon Theatre - presale TORI2023 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
June 29 - New York, NY - Beacon Theatre - presale TORI2023 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 1 - Boston, MA - Leader Bank Pavilion - presale CHORUS 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 2 - Red Bank, NJ - Count Basie Center - presale TORI2023 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 5 - Vienna, VA - Filene Center at Wolf Trap - members presale from 2/10, onsale 2/17 @ 10am
July 6 - Hershey, PA - Hershey Theatre - presale HERSHEY or TORI2023 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 8 - Lewiston, NY - Artpark Mainstage Theater - presale TORI2023 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 9 - Rochester Hills, MI - Meadow Brook Amphitheatre - presale CHORUS or STAGE 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 11 - Indianapolis, IN - Murat Theatre - presale CHORUS 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 12 - Louisville, KY - The Louisville Palace - presale CHORUS 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 14 - St. Louis, MO - Stifel Theatre - presale CHORUS 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 15 - Omaha, NE - Orpheum Theater - presale RIVER 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 17 - Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre - presale CHORUS 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 18 - Albuquerque, NM - Kiva Auditorium - presale CORNFLAKE 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 19 - Mesa, AZ - Mesa Arts Center - presale WINTER 2/1 @ 10am, 2/3 @ 10am
July 21 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre - presale OCEAN 2/2 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 22 - Paso Robles, CA - Vina Robles Amphitheatre - presale OCEAN 2/2 @ 10 am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 23 - San Diego, CA - Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay - onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 25 - Saratoga, CA - Mountain Winery - onsale TBD
July 26 - San Francisco, CA - The Masonic - presale CHORUS 2/1 @ 10am, onsale 2/3 @ 10am
July 28 - Seattle, WA - TBD - onsale TBD
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