Um…has she looked in a mirror?
2022.01.17 01:52 wallflower150 Um…has she looked in a mirror?
2022.01.17 01:52 Frostwolf704 My first model completed for the Sons of Tiamet
2022.01.17 01:52 krisspy451 First time seriously trying 1/2 nl at the casino
Like most drunk and cocky young gamblers, I’d sat at the casino before and played poker and lost. Few times in fact. Playing like a frat boy, swinging for a homer every hand. Yada yada yada. So I stuck to online micro stakes and free tournaments around town.
Well today I went in to play for a few hours. Lemme tell ya, if I wasn’t addicted before, I am now. Have to wait list but get a seat after a half hour and sit down with $200.
First hand, KTc on the bb. UTG shoves for $22, gets 5 callers back to me and with how loose everyone seems, I call. Flops K8T rainbow, checks around to button who bets $26, I and one other guy call. Turns a brick. Checks around. Rivers another nothing so I bet $45, guy left of me folds, button goes call in, I call. Both turn over one pair, I table top two, and I’m up double my buy in.
From there, had a few more hands early on, then a lot of nothing for 2 hours. Just held on and folded, then started catching again. Cashed out at $460 after 3 total hours.
It was a pretty fun time. Folded about 85-90% of my hands, played smart, and tried to only get in right. By the end, I had only lost one hand at showdown.
So anyway, be ready for a few weeks from now with my “why I quit poker after a speedrun of destroying my life”
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2022.01.17 01:52 MadCapLaughs_79 Facebook post got me all annoyed
There is some group I'm in that posted something about demisexuals, and what we are. The comments were so dumb; "well, isn't that just normal?" "That's just what people should do" and "that's so dumb. Can't people just be normal?"
And it really bothered me. I wanted to explain it all, and voice my frustration with people,but I let it go. People are really black/white about everything, aren't they?
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2022.01.17 01:52 MisterNiceGuy0001 It's raining trash in Jerry World
2022.01.17 01:52 TurtTurtlees BDSP: Driftloon
Hello! I need driftloon to complete my dex but I dont want to time travel to friday to catch it. We could touchtrade for it or i can trade a pokemon that you dont have for your regional dex. Thanks!
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2022.01.17 01:52 Swedeonreddit 28[M4F] turnes out mondays still exists and it’s back again
Hi there! It’s not even 6am here in sweden but here I am getting ready for work. At least I have a cup of coffee to prevent me from falling asleep. I work in construction as a painter and I have recently began on a new project so there is a lot to do. Keep me company today and tell me a little about yourself.
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2022.01.17 01:52 1princetonsimp What are the best ways to show demonstrated interested in colleges even after app submission?
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2022.01.17 01:52 burtzev [Armenia] Anarchism in Armenia - Ryan Robert Mitchell
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2022.01.17 01:52 Tihozg Visit instagram @lifeandnature10
2022.01.17 01:52 coyote_777 St Louis
Here's a St Louis metro. Lines follow existing or old rail lines; including the abandoned Nickle Plate, MoPac, and Frisco lines. The Merchants, Eads, and MacArthur bridges are all used as river crossings.
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2022.01.17 01:52 Sad_Vermicelli5420 Long but worthwhile summary of notable AGA studies in 2021
2022.01.17 01:52 415Shooter LCP Max Holster paired with Enigma?
I’ve been using the Enigma with my P365XL and pocket carrying my LCP Max. Both are great options. But I’m curious to try my Max with the Enigma and see if I reach AIWB nirvana. Have any of you done this and have holster recommendations?
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2022.01.17 01:52 christianhthereal Antonio Brown said the s-word to TMZ
2022.01.17 01:52 TrendingBot [TRENDING] /r/CheerNetflix - Cheer (+749 subscribers today; 238% trend score)
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2022.01.17 01:52 seansux Cloak & Dagger.
2022.01.17 01:52 swellspoptosis Is the black mouse droppings? Roommate saw a mouse in our bathroom yesterday, this is in the kitchen
2022.01.17 01:52 MeatRevolutionary237 Step-sister & Best Friends Slutty Club Night Out
2022.01.17 01:52 brokenhealing Being alone is killing me
I am dead? Am I even here?
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2022.01.17 01:52 hihanemaisimo Is there any IDE available for Windows 11 in Mode S?
I tried to search in the Microsoft Store, but I find nothing. I heard that Microsoft VS is coming to the Microsoft Store, which is currently only available to Insider, so is there any alternative while VS is not ready yet?
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2022.01.17 01:52 Kandescent a bar sent me here
sent here from a dif ntf. hello world?
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2022.01.17 01:52 bihesabketab Very Close to Buying a Home with Vivint / Sunrun PPA - Is it worth it?
In the process of purchasing my first home in HCOL area (East coast) that has a 20-year Vivint (now Sunrun) PPA. I’m really looking for some advice and confirmation that I’m actually looking at the big picture and my cost projections are accurate. I’ve read every post about solar PPAs, Vivint, and Sunrun that I could find on Reddit and it answered many of the questions and concerns I had. I know PPAs are (most times) hot garbage, but I’m trying to figure out whether the cost of taking over the remaining 15 years is manageable enough for me to either absorb the cost or negotiate with seller to meet somewhere in the middle (or more). I’m doing this because I feel like we got a pretty decent on the house all things considered, granted the solar PPA isn’t more of a liability than I think.
Here’s the basic breakdown…
About the PPA:
- Currently in the 6th year of 20-year PPA.
- Starting energy price was 10.5c /kWh with 2.9% annual increase (12.11c/kWh this year)
- Current energy prices in this area (non-solar) are around 8c/kWh
- So, we’d be paying 50% over non-solar prices (and it’ll only get worse). By year 20 of the PPA, we’d be paying 18c / kWh. Madness!
- PPA agreement shared w/ us in disclosures doesn’t specify the number of panels or the how many watts installed.
- Seller has been super difficult about providing documentation. According to county rules (per my agent), they aren’t required to provide more than (self-reported) costs of their monthly payments for the past 12 months.
- I don’t have the customer package that breaks down the good faith estimate of the production of the system by year over the life of the PPA.
- After insisting multiple times (borderline threatening to pull out of the deal), seller provided last 3 months invoice. Sunrun/Vivant bill is simply laughably. Just a single line about this month’s consumption at the energy rate, and that’s pretty much it. Fortunately, there seems to be the total production on the solar meter on the latest Sunrun bill (a little less than 50,000 kWh)
- No tax credits or benefits associated with PPA (since Sunrun/Vivint owns the panels).
About the house
- I don’t have precise numbers (waiting on Sunrun to “send” them to me; wouldn’t really count on it getting to me before I can back out of deal), but agreement states that I’ll be obligated to pay $4 per watt installed, subject to a reduction of 5% per year. After payment of this amount (Transfer Payment) they will transfer ownership of the System to me on a “As Is, Where Is” basis, provided that they will retain all right and title to the System Interests.
- If I’m understanding that correctly, since we’re in year 6, the $4 should be ~ $3.1 now.
- Built ~ 20 years ago
- Well-kept and in good condition
- AC, Water heater, furnace are all original to the home (20 years) and while all in good working conditions, it’s something I have money put aside for.
- New roof was installed right before panels installed. According to inspector, roof is in great condition (no leaks) and should be in good shape for the life of the solar PPA.
- 1 year home warranty provided by seller Projecting Costs & Solar Energy Production
- I’ve tried my best to project the costs associated with taking over the PPA (or buying it out) and then working to negotiate for concession w/ seller. The process has been downright torture for a few reasons:
- Seller has been totally uncooperative (not like they have to; plus who would want to share info on what is clearly a trainwreck of a PPA). I cannot for the life of me understand how or why they decided that this PPA was a good idea (energy prices have been between 7-11 cents for more than a decade in this area).
- Vivint/Sunrun being an absolute nightmare of a company to deal with. They don’t really answer the phone all that much. Even when I spoke with a couple of people, they won’t really disclose anything beyond what’s already in the PPA agreement that I have from the disclosures (since I’m not officially their customer and the PPA holder). Only when I sign the transfer of the PPA (point of no return) and the title of the home is transferred to me will I be provided usage and cost information from Sunrun. Until that point, they’re only open to providing manual estimations (agent literally pulled out a calculator and starting compounding 2.9% per year. Yikes!)
- At this point, the data points I have of the unit’s production are:
Where we stand:
- Self-reported costs for the past 12 months from seller. I’ve converted them using this year’s energy cost to calculate production.
- Self-reported energy production for the past 12 months from seller (after fighting tooth and nail for days). Used this to calculate costs for some type of cross reference to self-reported costs.
- Latest 3 months invoice from Sunrun/Vivant that corresponds to seller reported production and price for those months.
- Latest invoice recoded “Solar Production End Reading” (I’m guessing is the ‘meter’) which is about 50,000 kWh.
- Based on these incomplete (and largely unverifiable) data points, I seem to have come to the following conclusions as to the production:
- Average monthly production over past 12 months = ~ 1,000 kWh
- Source A: Self-reported production
- Source B: Self-reported costs * this year’s energy cost per kWh
- Average monthly production over lifetime of PPA (60 months) = ~785 kWh
- Latest “Solar Production End Reading” (50,000) / 60 months
- As for the costs:
- Average monthly Sunrun cost for the remaining 15 years (1000 kWh) = $186
- Average monthly non-Solar cost for 15 years (with 1.8% YOY compound) = $113
- Average excess cost just to hold the PPA (grated 1.8% YOY non-solar price increases):
- Monthly = $72
- Yearly = $872
- Total 15 years = about $10.5k
- Ratified contract a few days ago. No contingencies. Have a couple of days left to back out and get back EMD.
- Sunrun/Vivint haven’t provided me any documentation yet and the Service Transfer Coordinator has been all too lax to provide historical production information (if they even will) or the exact fees to terminate or pay out the PPA.
- Seller likely won’t disclose any more information until after my time to back out expires in a couple of days.
- We really like the house but aren’t necessarily married to it. We’ve been in the market for about a year now and have lost out on 6-7 houses that we’ve put in strong offers (those homes were sold anywhere from $10-70k over asking. We lost a house by 5k once.) Though it’s a bit bigger than we had originally planned, its still well within out budget and not too much more expensive to houses that are 25-30% smaller. It’s in a neighborhood we really like. We locked in a pretty good rate (considering the rising rates over the past 2 months) and feel good about our mortgage and closing costs. If things go well with the deal, we see ourselves living here for 12-20 years. The home is spacious enough for us to “grow” into it comfortably, but its also not excessively big or wasteful now. My concerns:
- Based on the limited information I have in hand if we continue with the PPA and non-Sunrun energy prices stay around the same (or compound 1% yearly) the total cost to keep the PPA is about $9k to $13k. That’s around 1% of the home’s price. That’s not too bad over 15 years, especially if the seller meets us halfway. Going back into the market means I may not win another home for another 1/2/3/6 months and I’m guessing interest rates will go up a bit in that time frame (which may just equal the loss I’d eat by sticking to this house and just eating up the extra $5-12k).
- If we push too hard for seller to buyout PPA, they’ll just refuse and I’d prob back out of the deal. Someone else will prob offer to take the house with the solar panels not really understanding what they’re getting themselves into.
- Even with my limited experiences, Vivint/Sunrun seems to be a terribly run company and I don’t expect to receive anything beyond mediocre customer service. They’re already guaranteed to get paid; why should they bother?!
- I’m afraid that I’m missing something in making (semi) accurate cost projections over the remainder of the 15-year PPA. Are my calculations off? Any suggestions to secure more accurate information?
- I know it’s stupid to even imagine the possibility, but would Sunrun even entertain renegotiating the energy rate, fixing the rate for the remaining 15 years, or offering a discount to buy out the system or PPA? Having read other posts across reddit, I’ve heard they may offer that at service transfer.
- I’m assuming that while the PPA paints this picture that Sunrun/Vivint will manage and maintain the system (and repair it is many/most cases), the reality is that most times you’ll get screwed on some stupid technicality that’s not covered. For example, I noticed hail damage isn’t covered; in 15 years we could get hail that damages the panels and then be on the hook to pay for them.
- 15 years is a long time, and anything can happen during that time period, including unforeseen life changes (even though we’re not planning on moving from here anytime soon), damages that aren’t covered by their warranty.
- This PPA was clearly a stupid decision and I feel a bit uneasy taking over it. I’m trying my best to look at things rationally and financially. If I’m only looking to pay an extra $5k to $12k (due to overpaying for electricity vs. non-solar), I can look past that – I don’t think the home is worth losing for $10k.
Apologies for the long post and really appreciate any and all opinions.
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2022.01.17 01:52 Unknown_Player0069 I wish the M4 have a M4A1 carbine barrel attachment so it would look like the XM4 commando
2022.01.17 01:52 Graimit0 Quien tenga material de Belinda Flowers hablemen
2022.01.17 01:52 Giardiniera_Jeff I have some 6" pots and by some I mean a ton.
Are there any vegetables that could be grown on a very hot concrete patio in Illinois in these deep (9") 6" diameter pots? Want to put them to good use. Currently using them for asters which are graduating to larger pots under grow lights in prep for a very fast start in spring!
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