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2020.09.29 06:11 BestGarbagePerson I didn't get my License until I was 24. Not because I didn't want to...my parents actively sabotaged me. [warning long]

To preface this probably wouldn't have been a problem if I was living in a European city with good public transport, but I lived in the US in the suburbs with terrible public transit.
Also to preface: I was a classic "never can be good enough' scapegoat, in that I was not a delinquint at all (actually the opposite), but was constantly under fire (accused of things I didn't do, but if I objected I was called a liar, aka the classic no-win scenario) and never good enough for my parents (both have personality disorders co-morbid with other issues). I was verbally abused constanty, occationally physically abused (not every day), and always treated like whatever I did was wrong and needed to be shut down, even just being "too happy." I am the oldest in my family btw.
So, to the point:
My n-rents refused to teach me how to drive, multiple times, even though I knew I would need to learn in order to get away from them in the suburbs. And boy did I want to.
Basically as a result I had no proper teenage years at all, as all my peers became increasingly independent (I also was not allowed to go out to visit friends), nor proper college years (without a car in a tiny town? lol), and was very very disadvanged in my life for a long time.
Here are some key moments in the battle I had with my parents to teach me how to drive:
...1. On my 16th Birthday, my dad bought himself a brand new car, then showed it off to me, and let me know because it is a stick shift he will not ever teach me how to drive it. It took me years to figure out how fucked up this was, although it hurt ofc when I was a teen I was so abused I couldn't even register it.
...2. Because my parents would not let me learn how to drive in their other (automatic) car, I took a summer job when I was 16, so I could afford private lessons with a driving teacher who would let me drive his car. My parents initially agreed they would sign off on my learners permit if I did this with my own money. At the end of my very last lesson (many dollars spent on this, for a teenager it was all my hard earned minimum wage dollars, I never had an allowance), they refused to sign the permit and refused to take me to the driving test. I was crushed. This was one of the first of many "rug pulling" betrayals I had from my horrifically fucked up parents.
...3. My dad selected the college that I was supposed to go to (otherwise he would not financially support me.) The college was BYU, if you don't know it, this is the Mormon college with extremely strict rules even for non-Mormons who attend at they time they also would expell anyone who was gay, just for being gay (I'm bisexual). I am not Mormon and never was and neither were my parents. If you also don't know, the college is in the middle of a no-where town with even shittier public transit (Utah after all.) I begged my dad for my safety and mental health to teach me how to drive before I went. He refused. .....To continue with this incident 3, I never understood why he wanted me to go to this college. I didn't find out until I was 30 years old from a distant cousin, that he wanted me to go there because he was cheating on my mom with another woman living in Provo, Utah. So it would be a cover for him. ..........Long story short, I was told to move out of the dorms at BYU because policy there is no one above a freshman can live in dorms. I was also told (by my father , as I ran out of money for food and for my phone, I was paying everything except tuition out of my pocket, which my dad paid $2000 dollars for and the rest I earned via scholarship) that I had to get a job and pay my way on my own. Without a car, in Utah, in the dead of winter, while I also was a full time student, and full time cross country athlete, and not Mormon, this was basically impossible. I was basically forced to drop out because I was literally starving and couldn't pay my rent, and couldn't even get to a job interview at all. Ofc, my dad gave me endless shit for this.
....4. So after quitting this college (which I later learned not long after I started attending his mistress dumped him, which was probably why he started withdrawing support and yelling at me all the time, it was his way of being a narcissist and shifting blame.) I had to move back in with my dad. He promised me (I basically had to haggle and argue with him for everything) that if I signed up again to any college, and saved up my own money for a car myself, that he would put the first 6th months insurance on the car (so I could walk it off the lot) and teach me how to drive.
I got a job immediately upon moving in with my father, and was working at a used car dealership at the time, while I applied and got into, the very very good local community college (I intended to transfer after getting an Associates.) After 6 months of busting my ass, I got the car I wanted to get. My dad literally drived it off the lot with me, using his insurance to cover me. Interestingly he never praised me for my hard work, and in fact, was unhappy and critical of me the whole purchasing experience.
However, he took me off his insurance in 24 hours, and refused to cover for the first 6th months, and refused to teach me how to drive, because in his words "you aren't going back to BYU like we promised."
HE CHANGED THE RULES FAM.
ETA: Thinking back on this, I honestly think he decided to fuck me up after seeing how happy the car made me as we came home with it. He decided to crush my dreams because he got off on it. He will never, ever, ever admit that this is what he did, he will lie to his grave that the original agreement was that I return to BYU, not just return to any college. Anyway, who would punish their daughter like this? For NOTHING?
My car at the time had to be parked on the street, so it was without insurance and in violation of the law. I was so scared! I did not have the money (nor did I even have a credit card) to buy 6 months insurance and what's the point? He refused to teach me how to drive anyway.
So while I freaked out on what to do, I had a boyfriend (later ex, he was actually pretty awful for me) that lived exactly 2 miles away who had a spot in their driveway I could park the car. So, in the dead of night, on back streets, I very slowly drove the car and parked it there (my boyfriend refused to drive it for me, he was very much like my dad in this way, and never lifted more than finger to help me with anything). OFC my dad found out somehow, and proceeded to threaten to turn me in to the cops etc etc etc, screaming 24 hour fight and basically told me to move out in 2 months (which I was planning anyway but he ruined my earning plans.)
I waited 3 days, crying every day, and was forced to sell back the dream car I had bought to the same dealership I worked for. (I had to get my dad to drive it back to the lot for me too..) I cannot explain to you all the humiliation that was for me. I still am upset about it, over 10 years later. I had to use that money on a deposit for a new place. I couldn't afford a car of my own until I was 28, but that's jumping ahead.
...5. In the meantime, my father and mother taught all my other siblings how to drive at age appropriate times and even taught one of them stick shift. Because I was the SC they were the GC. And although I have no proof, I think my mother or father either helped my siblings purchase their own cars or their insurances or both. They also co-signed my siblings student loans as well (never did so for me.) which got them much more money than I did.
As a result, one of my sisters had a car...However, while she was finishing college, she didn't need it where she was living and after she finished she was moving out of the country so she didn't really need it. So she "gave" it to me (she took it back, she was a chronic indian giver) when she was 21-22 (last year of college) and I was 24, and convinced my mom somehow to teach me how to drive with her car.
Now we are to the last incident.
....6. My mother promises to teach me how to drive, if I do an exchange with her of a combination of house cleaning and yard work. Ofc I have to pay my own insurance etc etc, which I was prepared to do.
I should explain this to you all too, when you ask "didn't you have any friends who could help you?" No. Due to the extreme abuse I suffered growing up (I was treated like a prisoner and a pariah in my own home) I had no friends from high school, and very shitty (underdeveloped) social skills. And what time did I have for friends? I was working 2 jobs and going to school right from when I was 18, as a woman. I had no time for fun, like the other girls in college. BYU ofc, was full of freakish LDS, and me as a bisexual non-mormon tomboy - that was right out. And then I joined a very abusive cult that my father introduced me to (long story) while finishing school which was very similarly "pull yourself up by your bootstraps". (Think like SeaOrg in Scientology, except less like a prison.)
So, my mom promises to teach me, but keeps pushing the dates, "forgetting" and arguing with me that she doesn't have time to do it. My living situation is getting really bad, and I am this close to being homeless.
So how did I finally get my license? I had this feeling I was about to be homeless in my sisters car, so I drove illegally in the dead of night like a snail, around and around the neighborhood with the DMV (where they will do the test) memorizing every single intersection, parking lot, sign and speed limit. I even memorized the map. Ofc, I was terrified I'd be caught. My SC instincts were so over-wrought that I even beat myself up for doing this for years after.
In the end, I never even told my mom that I was doing the test. I drove myself there, parked there, pretended to the DMV tester that my mom just took off to the nearby starbucks, and finished the exam. At 24.
However, did I mention my sister was an indian giver? Even though I said I'd pay her for the car (and she declined) and she was sure if she decided to come back to the US she wouldn't want it or need it, she ended up wanting the car back when she returned from abroad.
When she wanted the car back, I was already NC with my parents and my other siblings. So, when she took it back, from the ages of 25 to 28, again I did not have a car (but I had a license.)
Because I was in the cult, I was making pennies and all the money was being taken by the cult. I was only able to afford (when I got out of the cult) an extremely shit car.
And then a shit car (that was shit but it wasn't extremely shit) that I have driven for the past 5 years.
I'm 35 and I have finally purchased a car that is not over 10 years old, not salvage or leaking from every hole. My credit it still fucked up from the things that my parents did to me (financial situations they put me in, promises made but then not kept, refusing to treat medical issues as a child, etc.) but yeah, I got a car now that doesn't make me feel humiliated every time I get in it.
Edit: Grammar, spelling, formatting. Sorry....
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2020.09.29 04:35 psychotrader00 PsychoMarket Recap - Monday, September 28, 2020

PsychoMarket Recap - Monday, September 28, 2020
Stocks jumped today as the major indices looked to recuperate some of their losses from the past weeks. Global equities also jumped after China reported strong industrial profit figures.
The financials, industrials and materials sectors led gains in the S&P 500, though all 11 major sectors were positive on the day. Big Tech shares jumped, recovering some of the decline from the past weeks. The Nasdaq (QQQ) led, finishing 2.08% up, the S&P 500 (SPY) finished 1.68% up and the Dow (DIA) finished the day 1.56% up.
Covid-19 cases are on the rise in the United States as more states reopen and loosen restrictions put in place earlier in the year. According to data from John Hopkins, the US recorded 55,759 new cases on Friday, the highest single day total in about a month. Forty states and territories have seen an increase over the last two weeks as of Saturday, just days after the U.S. logged its 7 millionth confirmed coronavirus case. Wyoming was the nation’s new hot spot with a 128 percent jump in new cases followed by Utah (111 percent), Wisconsin (104 percent) and Colorado (97 percent), based on data compiled by NBC. Gov Tony Evers declared a public health emergency in Wisconsin in response to the uptick.
Dr. Fauci, the US’ leading infectious disease expert and leader in fighting the virus, said “We [the US] are not in a good place. There are states that are starting to show an uptick in cases and even some increases in hospitalization in some states.” He added that the average of 40,000 new cases per day is “unacceptably high” and that he would like to see it below 10,000.
This morning China reported a 19.1% surge in industrial profits in August, marking the fourth straight month of sustained recovery. The report raised hopes that the slump in the global economy this year may not be as bad as originally feared, as the country first hit by the pandemic continues to recover.
Hopes for the passage of additional stimulus was raised after Pelosi told CNN that democrats would soon unveil a new $2.4 trillion proposal, roughly $1 trillion less than their initial proposal but a figure still higher than the reported $1.5 trillion figure that the Trump administration has signaled it will accept. In response Pelosi said, “At some point, the public is going to have to see why $2.2 or now $2.4 trillion dollars is necessary. The president’s denial of the virus and just resistance to doing anything to crush it has made matters worse ... So we may need more money than that. And we will reveal what that is in a short period of time.” Treasury Secretary Mnuchin added that he and Pelosi have agreed to restart talks to try to work out a deal.
On Sunday, President Trump officially nominated Amy Coney Barret to the Supreme Court to replace Former Justice Ginsburg’s seat. Republicans hold a 53-47 majority in the Senate, suggesting they could move quickly to confirm her before the November election, despite the cry of Democratic lawmakers.
Highlights
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2020.09.29 02:07 hockeyandburritos A Novice's Review of The Narrows

Hey all,
I was posting here and there in anticipation of my wife and I's southern Utah/National Parks trip and can safely report back that we made it! Figured I'd share my thoughts on the portion of the trip that seemed the most precarious/difficult/anxiety-inducing for me: The Narrows.
First of all, absolutely do this hike if you can. It was unlike any experience I've ever had in the outdoors (with a fistful of National Parks under my belt and being fairly active out-of-doors in California). For me, it made me feel like an accomplished old-school adventurer while never making me feel in danger or unsure of whether I could handle it physically or scared of what might come next around the next bend. But if you do it, here are my observations/recommendations/conclusions:
TEMPERATURE/WATER TEMPERATURE: SO PLEASANT. We were in the water by about 8:30AM on a day that saw temperatures reach almost 100F, I was never cold, or shivering or anything like that, and the water especially felt so nice on my feet as soon as they got wet.
EQUIPMENT: ABSOLUTELY invest in a walking stick of some sort. We rented wooden ones from an outfitter in Springdale and they looked like amateurish broomsticks, but honestly I'd trust one of those over a more modern-looking space-age plastic or metal pole. Not only do these sticks help you scout your next footing in the water and help you gauge depths in certain places, but I used mine like an absolutely necessary 3rd leg many times - the current was strong enough in some places to knock me off balance, and I would have been ass-over-teakettle several times if I wasn't using my crutch. Buy, rent, wooden, metal, whatever - BRING A WALKING STICK.
We rented water boots and water socks from an outfitter in town (Zion Adventures - $27 per person for boots/socks/stick; we picked up the day before the hike and dropped off the day after - no hassle at all). I bet if you have a good pair of hiking boots you don't need the water boots but we didn't and boy am I glad we rented heavy duty footwear - I was kicking so many rocks in the river, stepping into weird crevasses and cracks, climbing on wet uneven surfaces and overall just beating my feet up over nine miles. I guess it's possible, but I cannot imagine having uninjured feet after this hike if you're wearing just tennis shoes or less. Full disclosure, I saw people in sandals and Chuck Taylors on the hike and more power to them, but if you have human feet, they will get banged up, so bring legit hiking boots or rent in town. Like I said the water was very pleasant, so maybe we didn't need the water boots as far as temperature goes, but we definitely needed them as far as general protection goes.
THE SHUTTLE: This was my biggest feaquestion mark and ultimately I am SO GLAD we booked a private shuttle ride with one of the outfitters in town (Zion Rock & Mountain Guides - what up Kendall). We got picked up in the Visitors Center Parking Lot, actually left 20 minutes EARLY and got picked up right on time after the hike. It was $30 per person and worth every penny - not having to scramble the morning before for Zion Shuttle $1 tickets, and then not having to wait in line to leave the Temple of Sinawava stop (pretty long line at 4pm), AND having my plans set in stone weeks before - it's just worth it if you can afford it. This is my second most important piece of advice behind having a walking stick - book private. It's not that expensive and just eases so much uncertainty and anxiety off your back. It did for me, at least.
THE HIKE: START EARLY and give yourself a LOT OF TIME. We made it to Big Spring in about 4 hours and back down in about 3:45 (we went on a few overland alternate routes in a few spots on the way back and stopped for a brief lunch, but you should assume it takes the same amount of time back down as you spent heading up). We took plenty of pictures and enjoyed the hike back but honestly we were in a bit of a rush because we had a scheduled pickup time with our shuttle (4:30PM). I wish we had scheduled as late as possible (or started earlier) because I just don't like being held to someone else's timetable (even though we agreed on 4:30 - oh well). For this reason, we had to skip the spur trail down Orderville Gulch (the only fork in the river).
You also want some time to really enjoy the scenery. You have to literally watch every single step you take, so to really appreciate the hike, you need to STOP, sit down, look up, relax, etc. We also had our phones packed in a waterproof bag, so every time I wanted to take a video or photo, that was a whole mini-process of un-velcro-ing, unpacking, etc. - those seemingly small pauses add up especially when you (like me) will want another picture every 100 feet or so. If you're planning on going to Big Spring, and you have to budget your time (like we did, e.g. because of a scheduled private shuttle pickup), I recommend 10 hours. That's 8/8.5 hours of hiking and 1.5/2 hours of enjoying the views, eating, resting, contemplating your finite nothingness amongst the sands of time, etc. Add more time if you want to hit the Orderville Canyon.
This begs the question whether you should go all the way to the Big Spring terminus. Short answer - yes. The whole hike is breathtaking and like much of Zion, the scenery seems to change with each step, so there's so much to look at and admire. Also after Wall Street, the river bends to your right and at the time we were there, (~11AM), it was the first direct sunlight we had seen all day; the way up to Big Spring after Wall Street was sunnier and warmer, an incredible adjustment from the cavernous shade of the hike to that point. Also, what's interesting is that because of the shifting sunlight, the hike back looks very different from the hike there, so it's not cheesy to say you are getting two different experiences in the Narrows, an incredibly cool phenomenon only compounded by how deep you penetrate on your first leg up the river. However, I will admit that Big Springs is not a super breathtaking sight - it's a cool waterfall and some significant greenery growing out of the rocks, but not as wow-factor as other portions of the Narrows. If you're short on time, you're not necessarily missing out on a lot stopping short (although I still recommend completing Wall Street and making that right hand bend in the river, no matter the time of day), but my wife and I are of the "because it's there" mindset - after a certain point of progress, we just committed to completing the whole thing. If you're like us and enjoy the challenge and the sense of accomplishment, you won't be disappointed pushing all the way to Big Spring.
PREP/FINAL THOUGHTS: We brought a ton of drinking water and even on a 97 degree day barely used one and half quart bottles. The water in the Narrows is kinda deep in some places (4 places, to be exact); I'm 5'11" and the highest it ever got to me was my armpits. We also rented a wetbag at Zion Adventures for $9 which turned out to not be necessary, as in the higher-water areas, I could easily hold our bag over my head to prevent it from getting wet, but it's probably not a bad item to consider buying or renting. Visually, I thought Wall Street was the coolest part of the hike but like I said above, the sunny canyon off to the right immediately after Wall Street was gorgeous as well.
tl;dr - Bring a walking stick, have heavy-duty footwear, go early, give yourself a lot of time, rent a private shuttle, be prepared to get wet and go all the way to Big Spring!
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2020.09.29 00:33 sasashimi A look at some interesting state markets

A look at some interesting state markets
while a lot of focus has been on the bigger markets such as Next President, i've recently been making some bets at the state level. there is certainly a lower volume, so probably best to steer clear if you value liquidity highly, but i think there is value to be found..

Utah sits at 1.07 for R, which while down from the excellent value 1.11 a couple of months ago, still seems like a bargain. that's a 7% return in about five weeks for a bet which - at least in my opinion - is quite safe

Texas has been hovering around 1.30 for R for the last couple of months. while polling numbers are 51.4% R to 47.6% D, it still seems like quite a longshot to me given the political history of Texas

Michigan @ ~1.39 for D is an interesting one. betting markets in general seem to favour R a little, but both polls and - perhaps more importantly - political spending strongly suggest a victory for D

Georgia with R @ ~1.52 is an interesting hedge option. Nate Silver remarked that if D wins Georgia that it's very likely the election is lost for Trump; taking this state as a hedge on a Trump bet might be enticing if you buy into Nate's view on things

the high liquidity of the California market is enticing if you want to place a large bet with extremely low risk - not a single projection on FiveThirtyEight shows R winning California. with a little patience you can get D @ 1.04, which is a pretty good deal if you've got 10K burning a hole in your pocket (elections are a high volatility time for the stock market). New York has also been up as high as D 1.05 within the past week
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2020.09.28 23:08 Urbansaintchannel Best way to meet single liberal LDS members

I've been doing my best to date within the church but it's become more and more difficult because I seem to mostly be surrounded by conservative members of the church and I do consider myself to be socially/politically liberal. And for me it is a deal breaker because I feel how you view many of these issues, BLM, universal Healthcare and justice reform mold how you're going to raise children and how you interact with society. I live in Utah and I know most members are conservative but I feel like there should be an easier way to find single members of the church that are left leaning. And those that I have dated that are left leaning are either inactive or on their way out of the church. Have any of you had similar issues and have any advice?
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2020.09.28 22:22 psychotrader00 Here is a Market Recap for today, Monday, September 28, 2020

PsychoMarket Recap - Monday, September 28, 2020
Stocks jumped today as the major indices looked to recuperate some of their losses from the past weeks. Global equities also jumped after China reported strong industrial profit figures.
The financials, industrials and materials sectors led gains in the S&P 500, though all 11 major sectors were positive on the day. Big Tech shares jumped, recovering some of the decline from the past weeks. The Nasdaq (QQQ) led, finishing 2.08% up, the S&P 500 (SPY) finished 1.68% up and the Dow (DIA) finished the day 1.56% up.
Covid-19 cases are on the rise in the United States as more states reopen and loosen restrictions put in place earlier in the year. According to data from John Hopkins, the US recorded 55,759 new cases on Friday, the highest single day total in about a month. Forty states and territories have seen an increase over the last two weeks as of Saturday, just days after the U.S. logged its 7 millionth confirmed coronavirus case. Wyoming was the nation’s new hot spot with a 128 percent jump in new cases followed by Utah (111 percent), Wisconsin (104 percent) and Colorado (97 percent), based on data compiled by NBC. Gov Tony Evers declared a public health emergency in Wisconsin in response to the uptick.
Dr. Fauci, the US’ leading infectious disease expert and leader in fighting the virus, said “We [the US] are not in a good place. There are states that are starting to show an uptick in cases and even some increases in hospitalization in some states.” He added that the average of 40,000 new cases per day is “unacceptably high” and that he would like to see it below 10,000.
This morning China reported a 19.1% surge in industrial profits in August, marking the fourth straight month of sustained recovery. The report raised hopes that the slump in the global economy this year may not be as bad as originally feared, as the country first hit by the pandemic continues to recover.
Hopes for the passage of additional stimulus was raised after Pelosi told CNN that democrats would soon unveil a new $2.4 trillion proposal, roughly $1 trillion less than their initial proposal but a figure still higher than the reported $1.5 trillion figure that the Trump administration has signaled it will accept. In response Pelosi said, “At some point, the public is going to have to see why $2.2 or now $2.4 trillion dollars is necessary. The president’s denial of the virus and just resistance to doing anything to crush it has made matters worse ... So we may need more money than that. And we will reveal what that is in a short period of time.” Treasury Secretary Mnuchin added that he and Pelosi have agreed to restart talks to try to work out a deal.
On Sunday, President Trump officially nominated Amy Coney Barret to the Supreme Court to replace Former Justice Ginsburg’s seat. Republicans hold a 53-47 majority in the Senate, suggesting they could move quickly to confirm her before the November election, despite the cry of Democratic lawmakers.
Highlights
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2020.09.28 17:16 Impressive-Meeting45 Problems with Landlord

Hello everyone. This is actually my first reddit post ever, so I apologize if I am not formatting right or anything like that. We live in Utah in the United States.
My partner and I moved out of the basement apartment we had been renting this last weekend. It was a periodic lease, and we did give the landlord notice before doing so. We even moved out early so he would have the chance to show it while it was unoccupied. Our landlord has gone off the deep end, is saying he is going to take us to court, has been dragging our names through the mud to all the rental groups in our state, and keeps saying that we have absolutely trashed the place.
We felt we had a good tenant/landlord relationship with this man before this. We paid rent on time every single month for two and a half years, sometimes even early. We worked with him on everything he ever asked for. We removed everything from the apartment that belonged to us, and we left it in better shape than when we moved in. We deep cleaned the place, down to scrubbing the walls, insides of cupboards and drawers, and shampooing the carpets. We have timestamped video of how clean the apartment was, and timestamped video of us giving him the keys. He will not stop harassing us. I'm really struggling with panic attacks because of this. Does he actually have anything he can take us to court over? Is there anything we can do about him spreading lies about us in all of the rental groups? We have never dealt this anything like this before, and we're at a loss.
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2020.09.28 04:12 autahciscoguy Shooting the stars when the moon is out usually doesn't work well, but I'm pretty happy with this shot. The Castle and the stars. Capitol Reef NP, Utah USA. Single exposure. Z5 w/ Samyang 14mm.

Shooting the stars when the moon is out usually doesn't work well, but I'm pretty happy with this shot. The Castle and the stars. Capitol Reef NP, Utah USA. Single exposure. Z5 w/ Samyang 14mm. submitted by autahciscoguy to Nikon [link] [comments]


2020.09.27 10:09 BHMBest1987 I feel like there’s a double standard here

This is probably just a vent, my imagined thick skinned self would like some advice but I don’t know if I can actually handle that.
One, I recognize with Covid- travel plans are already up in the air so I feel dumb that this is even bothering me when it could not even matter.
My SO booked a trip for Christmas 2020, last fall, before all of this Covid life happened. He said we have until a month before to cancel. So it was one of those book it to have it but nothing really concrete type of situations.
Even now, we don’t know if we’re going but he brought it up tonight. Showed me the reservation of the room and it’s one room for the 3 of us for 4-5 nights. I asked - oh is there a separate space and he said no this isn’t the type of trip for us to have any private time it would be with his son 100% of the time (because we all haven’t had enough time together over the past ) months....just saying). SO said this is a family trip. I said ok cool how much is it per person (the room he showed was for 4 people) so I could tell my best friend who I have spent almost every Christmas with for the past ten years except the one year she went home to Texas with her family, and he said no he wouldn’t be comfortable with her coming.
I said ok so is your son not coming? If there’s no private time then why would I not have my family come too? I said if it comes down to her spending Christmas alone or me not going on this trip, then I’m not going.
He EXPECTS my every single fucking day to be up turned because he has a son, but he won’t ever include my family or my friends. His average is one afternoon a year with the people that matter the most to me, but I give every day to his fucking son...?!? Am I crazy here?
I’d also like to mention that the trip I had for us last summer, I paid extra to make sure we had a suite in Vegas with an extra room so we’d have privacy, and then the same in Utah for our Zion trip. But he doesn’t want to pay extra for us to have privacy because it’s “family” time but my family isn’t included in this family time....... wtf is that?!
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2020.09.26 23:58 cavscout43 Any Rocky mountain ATV riding/meetup groups that are active?

Stupid question, but I've had zero luck on finding active groups for OHV types, outside of a little bit of single-track (dirt bike) type groups. Google, Facebook, Meetups, etc. Most everything I could find are quite old and have been inactive for years now. Anyone know of active groups in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, etc. that ride all over the Rockies?
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2020.09.26 04:28 Lie-Equal Why do so many women now have children outside of marriage? Does it matter?

The current rate is 40%, and over half of millennial births. There's a certain strain of thought that this must be a trend only in areas without access to abortion, but actually places like California, Maryland, Vermont, and Rhode Island are right around if not above the average. Only "icky patriarchal misogynists" Utah are below 20%.
Why are women increasingly choosing to have children while unmarried, when they have the sovereign right to choose whether to carry to term? And is there any reason why it matters (positive or negative), or is it just a new thing that's happening that doesn't really matter either way?
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2020.09.26 01:09 rightwingnews /u/MrNorc on What’s the best US city to live in with decent blue collar jobs available?

Just about everything in Texas is simply incredible. Democrats have been moving there in droves for the jobs and opportunity. They have no state tax and ridiculous amounts of jobs. Some towns are paying pizza delivery drivers $25/hr- it is crazy. What a lot of people will counter with is "Well, Texas has a lot of part time jobs" and this is true- though very misleading.
In Texas the work ethic is extremely laid back. Since jobs are so plentiful you'll find a lot of people who simply "Get a job when they need one". A lot of teens, part time spouses, retirees and such. It's not uncommon to meet people who 'Work at the family store' for the summer and then go back to college. This creates a market where it can be very hard to keep staff (because the opportunities are endless) and as a result, many companies will offer full and part time jobs side by side just looking to get whatever they can- as quickly as they can.
Of course, North and South Dakota are pretty much in the same boat. I don't know the city names up there but I hear nothing but good things from them.
Alaska is crazy profitable. No one wants to live there, they run job adverts for years with no takers. I know a lot of people that go up there for the money and then come back the following year to say 'Too cold'.
Utah is growing at a ridiculous rate, though, with their religious origins I've always been nervous about Salt Lake City. But with money comes change.
Arkansas is very interesting. If you check out little rock you would get what I mean. The economy is great but the work ethic there is quite laughable. No one is in any rush. Everything is laissez faire. They've got a lot of jobs but they don't seem to be in any hurry to fill them. The pay is pretty average. Although the scenery is nice. Hardly any crime, the city is a ghost town at night. I swear, it is like that whole state has a sleeping disorder.
Oklohoma has taken off recently, though I suspect it's economy follows Texas. Never been up that way.
So yeah, I would say that it is not so much the city- as it is the state. Dallas is a great example. Dallas has gotten so big that it has grown into Fort Worth and every single one of it's suburbs is a city in it's own right. You can drive an hour south to Austin or an hour north into Oklahoma so people don't really "Work in Dallas" so much as they will orbit it, in some way or another. Even me, I work at a variety of hospitals across the state so it really doesn't matter where I live.
You know, it's hilarious because just last week I was down near Houston. I came out of a hospital and went to start my car and the battery was dead (it was an old battery so I should have had it replaced but whatever) so I pulled out my phone and called a towing company. They didn't have anyone available. I called another- no one available. I called another... she said they could get to me in four hours. For a moment I thought about starting my own towing company but then again.... where would I find staff?
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2020.09.26 00:58 dirigibledude 42 [M4F] Utah/anywhere, Oh so quacked

About me:
I am a single dad in Utah and left handed
I am 6’2”, not skinny, but active
I have 17-18 ducks and a couple of cats. One of the ducklings is hiding. So, we aren’t totally sure of the actual total.
I enjoy weightlifting, playing the piano, singing, reading and movies
What I am looking for:
I want someone awesome that brings a spark with her. Having that connection is the most important to me. I have dated tall women and short women. Skinny and curvy. As trite as it may sound, the emotional and mental connection matters to me. Though playing music and dancing together makes it even better. If this sounds like something you want, I would love to hear from you.
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2020.09.26 00:44 larki18 Interview with Brandon in Hot Press: "All Killer, No Filler"

Whilst buzzing with new album excitement - kd lang, Weyes Blood and Lindsey Buckingham are among those who helped his band score yet another No 1 - Brandon Flowers is sickened by the state of the American nation and praying for a Biden victory in November. He talks heroes and villains (thankfully there's more of the former) with Stuart Clark.
He hasn't seen any little girls riding tricycles down corridors or maniacally typed 'All work and no play makes Brandon a dull boy' a gazillion times whilst possessed by a demon, but otherwise life during lockdown for The Killers lead singer has been a lot like The Shining.
"Yeah, we've been away from everything and everyone up here in the Utah mountains, which when all of this craziness started in March and April were covered in snow," laughs Brandon, who, with there being nothing quite as romantic as a Hot Press interview, is curled up on the couch with his wife Tana Mundkowsky. "It is a bit like The Shining. We've done okay, though. Well, apart from the home schooling. That was a disaster!"
So his three pupils, Ammon (12), Gunnar (ten) and Henry (nine) gave Mr. Flowers a hard time.
"No, we're just really bad teachers," he grimaces. "I tried the piano a little bit with them and it didn't go down very well. Our oldest boy was able to navigate it - he's more independent - so that was nice but the other two had a tough time."
Asked whether he was a model pupil himself, Brandon gives me a withering "are you kidding?" look and says, "No, I wasn't a great student. It was before they were really handing out ADD diagnoses and I had a touch of that for sure. It feels like such a long time for kids to be sitting at a desk. I can't remember a time that I didn't really struggle."
How bad did it get?
"I missed most of sixth grade. I was having a hard time at school and we moved from one town in Utah to another one thirty miles away. We were doing a bunch of renovating at home, which was a nice experience. My Dad always had the oldies station on when I was a kid, so I discovered a lot of great music early on. I'm kind of equating what's happening with my kids now to that - hopefully we're bonding the way I did with my Dad. We've talked before, haven't we?"
Yep, twice in 2004 just before and immediately after The Killers' debut Hot Fuss went to number one in a pile of countries including Ireland (see page 24).
It's fair to say that Brandon's life since then has not been dull. We'll run through some of the many highlights later but first to the not inconsiderable matter of Imploding the Mirage, the band's eighth studio album, which has also claimed the top spot on both sides of the Irish Sea.
It's an, ahem, all Killers, no filler affair with a guest list that includes Lindsey Buckingham whose six-string participation in Caution is one of the numerous highlights. Was he still smarting at being booted out of Fleetwood Mac last year?
"Um..I think he was just, you know, happy to get the call," Brandon says diplomatically. "I can't speak to the problems within Fleetwood Mac but from our short encounter...I blame everyone else! We recorded that a couple of months before lockdown so we got to share a studio, which I loved, and afterwards go to dinner. He was open to everything. We felt like we needed something for the end of Caution and to hear Lindsey deliver his solo like he did is something we'll remember forever."
Was there a money song they nailed and thought, "We're okay, we have that one in the bad, the rest will follow"?
"I think Bono once said, 'If you aren't sure what your second single is, you don't have one,'" he reflects. "There's another great quote from [legendary Queen producer] Roy Thomas Baker which is "There's no such thing as a bad mix of a good song." So these things were swirling around my head - 'Maybe Caution isn't good enough.' So I kind of went and forced My Own Soul's Warning out of the universe. I knew I was really proud of that one, and then we came up with Running Towards a Place and Blowback, and I was really like, 'I can walk with my head held high now.'
A kitchen-sink drama about a 'born into poor white trash' girl leaving home on the bus - it's so cinematic the screenplay writes itself - Blowback features Adam Granduciel, which I'm assuming is code for just dicking around in the studio.
"No, he does a great synthesizer on the second verse, and a really cool slide part on the chorus in the counter melody, which he took and applied effects to," Brandon says, sticking up for his new studio buddy.
Whose idea was it to also throw a bit of Frankie Knuckles and Jamie Principle's Chicago house classic, Your Love, into the Blowback mix?
"Did you pick up on that?"
I knew it was something I'd bopped around to during my chronically ill spent youth, but no, I had to wait for the nice record company person to mail me the credits, which also confirm the sampled presence of Krautrock legends Can on Dying Breed.
"I wouldn't sit around listening to them all the time, but I know about Can's impact on a lot of the music that's shaped me. They're in our DNA. That song was going down a very particular road, but the sample opened it up. As for the Frankie Knuckles one, that was Shawn Everett's idea."
Everett being the quintuple Grammy Award-winning Canadian who co-produced Imploding the Mirage with Foxygen's Jonathan Rado. He previously shared a studio with Bob Dylan, as did another album contributor, Blake Mills, who plays guitar on The Big Zim's Rough and Rowdy Ways. Did he give Brandon and the boys the nod that a new Dylan record was on its way?
"No, he kept his cards quite close. Only a few people knew Murder Most Foul came out and I thought it was going to be a one-off. And then we started getting more singles. I really love I Contain Multitudes. Gosh, that song just floors me." Murder Most Foul feels like doing round to Bob's house and flicking through his records and his DVDs. It's 17 minutes long and too short.
"Yeah, I loved it," Brandon enthuses. "What a song to come back with - especially during lockdown."
Dylan dropped Murder Most Foul just after we'd seen Bono sing Let Your Love Be Known in his living room after very obviously staying up all night, and just prior to Michael Stipe debuting No Time For Love Like Now (there's a theme developing here) in his own not-so-humble-abode. It's interesting how many big artists thought, 'All bets are off, let's just get it out there,' during the height of the pandemic.
"Yeah, necessity is the mother of invention," Brandon nods. "The first performance of Caution ended up being for our friend Jimmy Kimmel. It's just me and Ronnie in a bathroom. No amplifier, no effects, no Auto-Tune. It forces you to prove yourself in a different way, so it's been interesting."
Lockdown also found The Killers performing a poignantly paired down version of Land of the Free, their 2019 standalone, which reacts to the murder of George Floyd with the updated lines: 'When I go out in my car, I don't think twice/But if you're the wrong color skin/You grow up looking over both your shoulders/in the land of the free/How many killings must one man watch in his home/Til he sees the price on the tag?/Eight measured minutes and 46 seconds/Another boy in the bag/Another stain on the flag." Like Bruce Springsteen's American Skin (41 Shots) before it, it's a damning indictment of the institutionalized racism that blights US law enforcement.
"We did it in Provo, in a great studio, June Audio, which is about an hour from where I live, Brandon adds soberly, "I just felt compelled to rework it and document it. I was broke. I believe it was the CNN video. I cried on my couch watching it. I couldn't believe that people weren't rioting already. I thought that first night that things were going to start burning - and they did. It simmered for a minute before they went onto the streets."
Depressingly, Provo was also where the 15,000-strong Utah Citizens Alarm militia staged its first anti-Black Lives Matter counter demonstration, which resulted in the shooting of a passing motorist. The fallout is still being felt statewide.
"You get people coming out of the woodwork for strange things like that," Brandon rues. "They're worried about their guns being taken away from them. Whole campaigns are run on issues like that."
Does Brandon regard Trump vs. Biden as the most important election he's been able to vote in?
"I think so. You know, four years before was important and my wife and I voted for Hilary Clinton. We deserve more from our leaders. It's sad that democracy has led to this, and that celebrity has gone this far."
Having done some top quality digressing, let us return to Imploding the Mirage, which with Lucius, Weyes Blood and a certain catherine dawn lang also on the guest list is purposefully not The Killers boys' club of old.
"The women being on there was a very pre-determined thing we wanted to do because we had the album cover picked out long before we finished recording," Brandon explains. "It's a painting by Thomas Blackshear of these two celestial beings, so it needed to have a female component. We started thinking about women who might work, and came up with Lucius who are great singers and toured with Roger Waters; Weyes who'd just made a record with Rado - her bridge on My God is so beautiful, and then because I needed someone to basically represent my mother on Lightning Fields, kd lang."
Was she told that when they were selling the song to her?
"No, she still doesn't know that," he says a tad guiltily. "It was my late mother talking to my dad. It was during quarantine so she was up in Canada and sent it in. It ended up being great. She's iconic, and it was so gracious of her to lend her voice to us."
As I mentioned in my Imploding the Mirage album review, it's a peach of a song with a half-inched Pet Shop Boys intro giving way to a barrage of synths and guitars of the squalling maelstrom variety.
Brandon is great but lang is even better as she belts out her Mrs. Flowers verses - "Don't beat yourself up/You laid good ground/Look at 'em walk from scratch to sundown/You put in the work and then some/Where is all this coming from?" with 80s AQR gusto.
It's another example of Brandon painting his characters in an almost Springsteenian way.
"I was lucky enough to get to Bruce's Broadway show and it was just the best," he coos. "To do that and Western Stars and the autobiography at this stage in his career gives us all hope. His work rate is phenomenal. It's almost an addiction. You don't want to take the opportunity for granted. It becomes part of your DNA and your identity."
Bruce's film version of Western Stars is part of The Killers' reason for working with Muse and Halsey director Sing Lee on their own Imploding the Mirage short.
"It's going to be 30 minutes long and feature Caution and snippets of other songs," is all a spoiler-avoiding Brandon will say for now. Given Lee's past output, it's likely to mirror the epic widescreen feel of the record - and then some.
I happened on a Youtube clip the other day of Brandon grinning like a kid at Christmas as he belts out Thunder Road with The Boss. One of the best moments of his life?
"It's up there," he reminisces fondly. "It was 2008 and we were on the same Pinkpop festival bill as him and the E- Street Band in Holland. I looked over during Mr. Brightside and behind our sound engineer you saw these Aviators and a very familiar countenance nodding along. We finished the set and walking back to the dressing rooms with Bruce, he said, 'Do you wanna do a little Thunder Road later?' It was just a dream. My favorite part was the preparing for it. I got to go back to his dressing room and we chose which verses we were going to sing. It was almost like a test, you know? I knew all the lyrics by heart and I wrote them by hand, and he helped me me mark up which parts he would sing and which ones I would sing. We got a guitar and worked it out. That behind the scenes moment was very special. I didn't really have time to feel nervous. If it had been suggested a day or two before I don't know if I could have made it!"
Before we let Brandon and Tana snuggle up properly on the sofa - two's company, three when one's a journo is definitely a crowd - what have been his other 'pinch me, am I dreaming' moments?
"In the early days, it was things like being recognized by people you admire," he concludes. "Getting to open for U2 on the first album. Or Morrissey. That was like, 'How did this happen?' These are people who I still had posters of on my wall. Glastonbury 2019 was a special gig for us. I was just really proud and thankful for everything. It felt full circle. That was a great moment."
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THROWBACK - THE FANNISH INQUISITION
Brandon Flowers has always been upfront about The Killers' influences - and especially when talking to Hot Press!
You can tell from the vastness of his Utah mountain retreat and the cut of his designer cobbler that Brandon Flowers has done extremely well in life, but in some ways he's still the same shy 22 year old with a nervous giggle and the serious musical hots for The Cars, he Beatles, U2, The Cure, The Smiths, New Order, and Oass - roughly in that order - that I met for the first time backstage in 2004 at Oxegen.
Hot Fuss had only been out a few weeks and, while there was a buzz about them topping the Saturday New Band stage with Halie, Sone & Daughters and Razorlight on the undercard, there was no indication that some of the world's biggest stadiums awaited.
If we hadn't mislaid the video of it, you'd be able to see the brilliant bit in the interview when a drunken punter who'd managed to sneak past security, staggered over to us and initiated this conversation:
Drunken punter: "Are you in a band?"
Brandon: "Yeah."
Drunken punter: "Whassyername?"
Brandon: "The Killers."
Drunken punter: "The Killers? Ah, yer a bag of shite!"
I think we know who had the last laugh there.
"There's a bit of 'The grass is always greener' going on, yeah," Brandon, who I noted had a bit of the Matt Damon about him, agreed when I accused him of being an Anglophile. "We've never thought, 'Oh, we wish we were British,' but the music from The Beatles all the way up has always been really good. Hearing The Cure's Head on the Door for the first time was pretty special, and The Joshua Tree was a big record for us. I was inside the heart the last time U2 played Las Vegas, which was amazing (Before Angry in Athlone writes in, Brandon does know that U2 are Irish, Editor).
"Our guitarist, Dave, placed a 'Musician Wanted' ad mentioning Oasis, which came directly after me seeing them in Vegas as well, and deciding that's the direction I want to take. A couple of weeks later we were a band."
Asked whether he'd met any of his heroes, Brandon beamed and said, "Morrissey stood right next to me at soundcheck when we opened for him in LA. You've looked up to this guy since you were twelve and there he is eyeballing you."
By the time our paths crossed again in early December in the penthouse (natch) of Dublin's Clarion hotel, The Killers really were living the rock 'n' rock dream.
"It's been one amazing thing after another," he gushed. "Gold discs, being sat between Sarah Michelle Gellar and Geri Halliwell on The Jonathan Ross Show and looking up at Irving Plaza in New York and seeing David Bowie singing along to Mr. Brightside. I couldn't believe it! Afterwards he complimented every single one of us individually, and said that he could hear the whole history of rock 'n' rock in our songs. He's a hell of a musician and a hell of a nice guy. Elton John's the same - he's actually coming to our Manchester show tomorrow which is a follow on from us doing a TV special with him in Paris."
He almost started hyperventilating when I took him out on to the balcony, pointed at U2's former Hanover Quay HQ on the other side of the Liffey, and told him they were just about to announce their own branded iPod (remember them?)
"Man, that'd be so fucking cool!" he enthused. "The first thing I'd stick on it is the U2 Digital Complete Works followed by John Lennon Imagine, David Bowie Hunky Dory, Morrissey Vauxhall & I and The Cure Head on the Door. Those are the records I'd go into a burning house to rescue."
Brandon was in fan mode again when he finished by saying: "Watching Smiths videos with my brother when I was 12 and hearing Just What I Needed by The Cars on the radio are the two main reasons I got into music. As far as I'm concerned, Ric Ocasek is God!"
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2020.09.25 21:16 helix400 Utah breaks single-day COVID-19 record again with 1,411 new cases, 4 deaths reported Friday

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2020.09.25 21:12 blackestofmagicks Utah breaks single-day COVID-19 record again with 1,411 new cases, 4 deaths reported Friday

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2020.09.25 21:11 blackestofmagicks Utah breaks single-day COVID-19 record again with 1,411 new cases, 4 deaths reported Friday 9/25/2020

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2020.09.25 20:11 UtahJarhead Finishing a single basement room. Not sure how to proceed.

I have a single basement room that I am going to finish up as my office. It's a decently sized room.
Pictures.
The 2 exterior-facing walls, which are the Window and the wall to the left of that, have no studs, yet. It's just blanket insulation across both walls. The OTHER 2 walls that are insulated also have blanket insulation on them, but do have studded walls.
My question is regarding the insulation. It's my understanding that I'm still within code if I erect a wall inside of the blanket insulation on the exterior wall. That's the easy way out and I'm not particularly fond of the idea. Is it generally better to strip ALL of this insulation out and then just insulate between the studs with rolls of insulation?
Should I also completely strip the insulation on the interior walls in favor of rolls between the studs?
Edit:
I am located in Utah.
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2020.09.25 14:36 VisibleConfusion69 Open Letter to Steve Huffman and the Board of Directors of Reddit, Inc- If you believe in standing up to hate and supporting black lives, you need to act

Open Letter to Steve Huffman and the Board of Directors of Reddit, Inc – If you believe in standing up to hate and supporting black lives, you need to act
Dear Steve,
On June 1, you shared a letter on Reddit’s blog “Remember the Human – Black Lives Matter”. In this letter, you claim “as Snoos, we do not tolerate hate, racism, and violence, and while we have work to do to fight these on our platform, our values are clear.”
As of today, neither you nor any other Reddit admins have shared this letter anywhere on reddit.com. However, the response to this message was swift on Twitter, where you were rightfully labeled as hypocritical based on your long and well-recorded history of defending racism and white supremacy on this site.
Among the many responses was this message from former CEO of Reddit, Ellen Pao.
I am obligated to call you out: You should have shut down the_donald instead of amplifying it and its hate, racism, and violence. So much of what is happening now lies at your feet. You don't get to say BLM when reddit nurtures and monetizes white supremacy and hate all day long
Many others shared links and screenshots of your past statements saying “Open racism and slurs are fine to post on Reddit”.
The problem of Reddit’s leadership supporting and providing a platform for racist users and hateful communities has long been an issue. Nearly six years ago, dozens of subreddits signed the original open letter to the Reddit admins calling for action. While the Reddit admins acknowledged the letter and said it was a high priority to address this issue, extremely little has been done in the intervening years.
On June 5, you shared this update on /Announcements, Upcoming changes to our content policy, our board, and where we’re going from here. In the post, you stated that there is a need for continued adjustments of Reddit’s content policy to address racism and that this remains a priority. These continued statements that you hear us, that this is a priority, or that you are working on it are not enough. It has been five years since your return as CEO and this still remains Reddit’s most glaring problem.
Steve, if you and Reddit genuinely care about the values of standing up to racism and hate, then you need to back it up with real action. As moderators on this website who have dedicated countless hours to keeping this site running, we call on Reddit to take the following steps:
At /AgainstHateSubreddits, we have laid out the many failures of Steve time and again to stand up to white supremacy on this site time and time and time again.
With a website with the impact of Reddit on the broader conversations being held in communities around the world, this website needs real leadership and real action.
We hope that Reddit will not just share empty platitudes — but will take a meaningful stand against hate, and take these recommendations to heart.
This letter is co-signed by more than 200 300 350 430 550 650 800 communities representing well over 200 hundreds of millions of subscribers:
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2020.09.25 08:08 Psycho697186 Weekly New Release Thread - September 25th, 2020

Albums

The Menzingers - From Exile
Machine Gun Kelly - Tickets To My Downfall
Slick Shoes - Rotation & Frequency
We Set Signals - Ordo
Bob Mould - Blue Hearts
IDLES - Ultra Mono
Niiice. - internet friends
FigureItOut - Searching for More
ShitKid - 20/20 ShitKid
Attic Salt - Get Wise
Hangtime - Destroy!
The Casting Out - !!! (The Lost Album) (Deluxe Version)
Scumbag Millionaire - Poor and Infamous
The Lurkers - Sex Crazy
Jamie Lenman - King of Clubs
VIOLET NIGHTS - A N T I H E R O E S
Seth Bogart - Men on the Verge of Nothing
Desert Dogs - Showdown
Svalbard - When I Die, Will I Get Better?
Nasty - Menace
Wilmette - Wilmette (EP)
Mat Kerekes - Amber Park (EP)
SHADED - _001 (EP)
The Cardboard Swords - Me / You (EP)
Goalkeeper - Life in Slow Motion (EP)
BRAINCOATS - Fun Sad Songs (EP)
Gladie - Thank You Card (EP)
Guardrail - Yikes (EP)
Keepitinside - i'm trying (EP)

Singles

Mayday Parade - Lighten Up Kid
Billie Joe Armstrong - You Can't Put Your Arms Round a Memory (Johnny Thunders Cover)
Waterparks - Lowkey As Hell
Manchester Orchestra - The Maze (Acoustic)
You Me At Six - Beautiful Way
The Sonder Bombs - What Are Friends For?
field medic - i will not mourn who i was that has gone away
Dave Hause (feat. Brian Fallon) - Long Ride Home
Red City Radio - Baby of the Year
Dear Youth - Gold Mines
Driveways - Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Souvenirs - Be Sweet
Northcote - Freedom
I Love Your Lifestyle - Shilly-Shally
Our Last Night - Bronze Serpent
We Are The Union - Your Way, Your Time
Southbound - Sandalwood
Everyone Dies In Utah - Hit or Miss (New Found Glory Cover)
Up from Here - Afterthought
The Young Hearts - Old Familiar
5606 - Cali Girls
PAPERWEIGHT - Paper Anchors
H_ngm_n - Ghost (Acoustic Version)
Sarchasm - Green Hornet
Headstrong - Wishing Well
Subcon - Heaven's Sake
Jean Dawson - Starface*
Sink In - Fed Up
Metz - Blind Youth Industrial Park
Plans - Do You Feel Anything
Castlecomer - Runaway
Petrov - Outlier
Makari - Let Go
Goffie (feat. No Dice) - Glass House
Shrezzers - Phoenix
TV Priest - Slideshow
Bike Thiefs - You're Allowed Your Feelings
Bite Me Bambi - I Don't Wanna Be
Lesibu Grand - We Fucking Suck
The Lungs - Hidden Hand
Signals - Kirkhaven
Like A Motorcycle - Sick Children
Lost For Life - Come Around
Two and a Half Girl - Drowned and Drained
The Oozes - I Still Adore You
Royal Blood - Trouble's Coming
Catch My Story (feat. LANDMVRKS) - Nothing Lasts Forever
The Bunny The Bear - At the Top
DEAR-GOD - Lovin' It
King Mothership (feat. Plini) - I Stand Alone
Devil in the Details - Insecure
Intervals - 5-HTP

Other

Deftones - Ohms (Album)
Fleet Foxes - Shore (Album)
Prince - Sign O' The Times (Super Deluxe) (Album)
The Neighbourhood - Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones (Album)
Joji - Nectar (Album)
Sufjan Stevens - The Ascension (Album)
Cayucas - Blue Summer (Album)
Will Butler - Generations (Album)
Sad13 - Haunted Painting (Album)
Tim Heidecker - Fear Of Death (Album)
Lydia Loveless - Daughter (Album)
Sylvan Esso - Free Love (Album)
Bendrix Littleton - Deep Dark South (Album)
Godford - Non Binary Place (Album)
Jadu Heart - Hyper Romance (Album)
Yves Jarvis - Sundry Rock Song Stock (Album)
Thurston Moore - By The Fire (Album)
The War and Treaty - Hearts Town (Album)
Public Enemy - What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down? (Album)
Action Bronson - Only For Dolphins (Album)
Judah & the Lion - Judah & the Lion (Unplugged) (EP)
Bruce Springsteen - Ghosts (Single)
The Smashing Pumpkins - Confessions Of A Dopamine Addict / Wrath (Singles)
The Shins - The Great Divide (Single)
Tame Impala - Borderline (Blood Orange Remix) (Single)
Matt Maeson (feat. Lana Del Rey) - Hallucinogenics (Single)
The Mowgli's - More Love / Bottle & Can Man (Singles)
Yo La Tengo - Bleeding (Single)
ZAYN - Better (Single)
Ashton Irwin - Skinny Skinny (Single)
Jenny Owen Youngs - Dreaming on the Bus (Ra Ra Riot Remix) (Single)
Tune-Yards - nowhere, man (Single)
BLACKSTARKIDS - FRANKIE MUNIZ (Single)
Shamir - Other Side (Single)
Krathel (feat. Andrés) - Like We Used To (Single)
clipping. (feat. Cam & China) - '96 Neve Campbell (Single)
Indii G. - Secrets (Single)
Brass Against - Take the Power Back (Single)
Ólafur Arnalds - Woven Song (Single)
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2020.09.25 05:53 dirigibledude 42 [M4F] Utah, Oh so quacked

About me:
I am a single dad in Utah and left handed
I am 6’2”, not skinny, but active
I have 17-18 ducks and a couple of cats. One of the ducklings is hiding. So, we aren’t totally sure of the actual total.
I enjoy weightlifting, playing the piano, singing, reading and movies
What I am looking for:
I want someone awesome that brings a spark with her. Having that connection is the most important to me. I have dated tall women and short women. Skinny and curvy. As trite as it may sound, the emotional and mental connection matters to me. Though playing music and dancing together makes it even better. If this sounds like something you want, I would love to hear from you.
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2020.09.24 22:44 KagsTheOneAndOnly [OC] AD and Jokić player breakdown

(edited slightly, repost)
I've posted something similar previously (link), but I thought I'd post it again, with a bunch of added playoff edits, since both these bigs have made it all the way to the Conference Finals now!

Before we begin...

This post steals/references numerous ideas from the excellent Thinking Basketball YouTube channel, run by Ben Taylor. I highly recommend you also watch these highly informative, well-made, and entertaining player breakdowns (note, some of these were made in 2019, so some statistics they reference might not reflect these players' 2020 production):
Definitions and Terms I'll be using:
FULL LIST + EXPLANATIONS ON IMGUR: per 75, TS%, rTS%, ORTG, rORTG, PnR, PPP, AST%, Backpicks Passer Rating, Box Creation, PIPM, BPM, RAPTOR, RPM.
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Name:

Nikola Jokić "Joker", "Big Honey"

In a nutshell: Denver Nuggets C, 7-0, 253lb, weak MVP candidate.
⚫ Jokić Summary (Thinking Basketball): https://i.imgur.com/cb6gjO7.png
2020 Regular-Season stats (73 Games): 19.9/9.9/7.0/1.2/0.6 with 3.1 TOVs on 52.8/31.4/81.7 splits (60.5 TS%). Nerd stats: 0.209 WS/48 (16th), 7.6 BPM (9th)
2020 Postseason stats (17 Games): 25.2/10.2/5.9/0.9/0.9 with 3.5 TOVs on 51.9/42.9/82.9 splits (61.6 TS%). Nerd stats: 0.174 WS/48 (15th), 7.3 BPM (10th)

🟢🟢 The Good 🟢🟢

JOKER is the best playmaking big in NBA history and one of the best passers in the league, full-stop and without caveat - Big Honey's vision is reminiscent of a 7-foot Magic Johnson. He makes every single pass in the playbook quickly and accurately, never looking at his target in order to throw off defenders, adroit at using his eyes to manipulate defenses. His outlet passing is the envy of any point-guard - throwing outlets like this mid-rebound is unfair.
Jokić runs Denver's offense from the high-post, as the Nuggets' bevy of guards and wings whir around him for DHOs and PnRs. He rarely ever misses high-% layup-passes, and his otherworldly vision (helped by his 7ft frame allowing him to see over defenders) encourages his teammates to move and cut off the ball because he'll almost certainly get the ball to them the moment they make themselves open - there is good reason why Denver's offensive rating spikes by almost 4 points the moment Jokić enters the game.
Joker's height and wingspan allow him access to passing lanes not available to most guards and wings, deftly flicking it to teammates around the outstretched arms of defending bigs. He can lob to his more athletic teammates, pitch bounce-passes to cutters through the tiniest of passing windows, no-look skip-passes to 3P-shooters, and is even capable of blending in passes with his shooting motion as he reads the help and rifles the ball neatly into a wide-open teammate's shooting/scoring pocket. These are difficult passes, often barely squeezing through a forest of enemy limbs, which puts a lot of pressure on opponent defenses. Jokić is fantastic at anticipating where his teammates will be and throwing his dimes to an area in front of his teammates so that they can nab the ball comfortably while they're still running at full-speed. For me, Nikola Jokić is right up there as one of the finest passers in the game.
  • 🟢 Versatile, efficient volume-scorer --- 23.1 points per 75 on +4.0 rTS% (26.0 per 75, +4.4 rTS% in the playoffs):
Jokić's scoring comprises his highly versatile post-game, combined with an assortment of jumpers(46 midrange-FG%, 31 3P%) and rim-finishes. Jokić rarely ever dunks, but don't his lack of athleticism fool you - he's got excellent touch in the paint, mixing in floaters and hooks (60 FG% from "floater-range", 3-10 ft, which is elite; Joker is the most accurate scorer from this zone in the league!), along with throwing his weight around in the post and pump-faking defenders into oblivion to obtain easy looks at the rim (elite 73 FG% from 0-3 ft). Nikola also likes following his own (or his team's) misses - he has 3 offensive rebounds a game (top-20 in playoff ORB%). My personal favourite part of Joker's scoring arsenal, however, is his seemingly-unguardable "Sombor Shuffle", where he backs down his defender in the post before wrong-footing a turnaround midrange fadeaway that almost never seems to miss when Denver needs a score late in games.
  • 🟢 "How 'bout another Joke, Murray?":
Jokić boasts excellent offensive chemistry with Jamal Murray, often hooking up with Denver's 23 y/o star combo-guard for a variety of handoffs, pick-and-pops, and give-and-gos. In the playoffs, some teams (see: the Clippers) have started doubling Murray in the perimeter on account of his red-hot shooting at the moment (48 3P%, 7.6 3PA/game), but if Jamal successfully beats the trap and gets the ball to his big man, Big Honey has been shredding teams on the short-roll, feasting on these 4-on-3 powerplays with his vision, manipulation, and sublime passing --- recently, he destroyed the Clippers' vaunted perimeter defense with an out-and-out passing clinic in the 2nd-half of a comfortable game 7 win after LAC started doubling him and Murray out of desperation. Together, Jokić and Jamal are beating heart of Denver's robust, adaptable, motion-heavy offense (+2.5 rORTG, +2.9 playoff rORTG).
  • 🟢 Not a bad team defender!:
Sound positioning and great hands(healthy steal rate for a big, ~2%) + Jokić's size, length, and activity allow him to retain good value on defense. Reads situations well and acts accordingly, clogging driving lanes and bothering offensive plays with his length. Denver's defensive rating (16th in NBA) improved by +2.4 points when he was on the court this season.
  • 🟢 CLUTCH:
The official NBA Stats website defines "clutch-time" as the final 5 minutes of the game, assuming the point differential between the two teams is 5 points or less.
With that in mind, Joker ranked 2nd in points scored in the clutch this season, only behind Chris Paul, and the Nuggets were 2nd in the league in clutch wins, with a 29-16 record (64.4 win%) in clutch situations. In the clutch, Jokić has a personal net rating of +18.2, a sterling 2.7 AST/TO ratio, and shoots efficiently --- 61 TS%. (The team's excellence late in the 4th quarter has continued in the playoffs - Denver are 4th in clutch net-rating, +26.4, and they've won 6 of their 9 close games. Jokić himself - small-sample-size alert! - has a blistering clutch net-rating of +30, scoring on sparkling efficiency - 78 TS%.)
Whether it be methodically bullying his way to the basket for a contested finish (or, you know, an unguardable hook-shot over a certain DPOY-runner-up in the dying seconds of a playoff game), a game-winning tip-in, or one of his patented wrong-footed fadeaways (cries in Sixers), simply giving the ball to Big Honey late in the 4th has proven to be winning formula for Denver.
  • 🟢 Playoff performer:
Jokić has elevated his scoring and overall production in both of his playoff runs thus far, averaging 25/11/7 on 61 TS% in his playoff career (9.3 BPM), up from 20/10/7 on 60 TS% in his past two regular-seasons (8.3 BPM).
  • 🟢 Playoff 3P-shooting:
Jokić has been a deadeye 3-point shooter in the postseason, hitting 41.5% of his 4.7 attempts per game over his 31 playoff games thus far. He's toasted teams on pick-and-pops and catch-and-shoot jumpers, dragging rim-protectors out of the paint and stretching opponent defenses thin, allowing Denver's guards and wings to reap the benefits of the open lanes Joker's shooting helps create for them.
  • 🟢 Fantastic durability/stamina:
Jokić has always been highly durable and available, having yet to miss a single game this season. He's missed a grand total of 20 games in his entire 5-year career.
Don't be fooled by his large frame or his awkward gait - Joker's conditioning is also excellent, averaging 38 minutes/game in the playoffs (e.g. he played 64 minutes and 58 seconds in the legendary Nuggets-Blazers 4OT-game last playoffs).

🔴🔴 The not-as-good 🔴🔴

  • 🔴 Subpar rim-defense:
Jokić doesn't offer too much in the way of rim-protection (low block rate for a big, opponents shoot a pretty high 63 FG% in the paint when Jokić is the nearest defender), lacking verticality on his contests. This doesn't mean he isn't active on defense - he simply lacks the speed and athleticism to consistently and effectively contest the league's better rim-finishers.
Although, as mentioned previously, Jokić's good positioning and size/length plus IQ/anticipation make him an adequate/decent team defender, often making smart rotations to stall opponent forays to the rim. He's elevated his block rate both years in the playoffs, too, (0.6➡️0.9 blocks/game), suggesting Big Honey has some rim-protecting potential when dialled-in.
  • 🔴 Subpar perimeter-defense:
Jokić suffers from some lead-footedness when switched onto non-bigs. His relative lack of speed in closeout situations also leaves him vulnerable to good pullup jumpshooters in the PnR.
A notable recent example: some of this was clearly due to Denver missing their ace perimeter-stopper Gary Harris, but Utah's All-Star guard Donovan Mitchell feasted on Denver's drop coverage featuring Jokić during the brilliant Jazz-Nuggets 1st-round playoff series this year, canning a ridiculous 51.0% of his 51 pullup 3s (up from 32 pullup-3P% in the regular-season) in those 7 games.
  • 🔴 Inconsistent regular-season 3P-shooting:
This is just a minor knock, but Jokić's outside shooting during the regular-season has been surprisingly inconsistent (31.4 3P% this season, 33.8 3P% over his career). I am not entirely sure why this is the case --- i) his form is good, ii) he shoots amazingly in the playoffs (40 3P% on nearly 5 attempts/game), and iii) the vast majority (~94%) of his attempts have been either open or wide-open. Even more bafflingly, Nikola had one season (2017-18) when he shot 39.6% from 3, but aside from that, he's shot 33.3%, 32.4%, 30.7%, and 31.4%. Regardless of what the numbers say, however, opponent teams certainly respect him from deep, making Jokić a viable pick-and-pop threat and floor-spacer for Denver at the 5.
  • 🔴 Is Big Honey perhaps too selfless on offense?:
Jokić could probably afford to call on his own number slightly more often when it comes to scoring. I doubt his coaches or teammates would mind him scoring more, given how efficient and unselfish he normally is. Jokic is clearly capable of elevating his scoring in the playoffs, as previously mentioned; perhaps this is simply a case of me being selfish as a fan and wishing him to assert himself more as a scorer in the regular-season.
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Name:

Anthony Davis "AD", "The Brow"

In a nutshell: Los Angeles Lakers PF/C, 6-10, 253lb, weak MVP candidate.
⚫ AD Summary (Thinking Basketball): https://i.imgur.com/fliB98J.png
2020 Regular-season stats (62 games): 26.1/9.3/3.2/1.5/2.3 with 2.5 TOVs on 50.3/33.0/84.6 splits (61.0 TS%). Nerd stats: 0.250 WS/48 (3rd), 8.0 BPM (6th).
2020 Postseason stats (13 games): 28.5/10.0/3.7/1.0/1.3 with 2.5 TOVs on 57.0/35.3/78.2 splits (65.2 TS%). Nerd stats: 0.287 WS/48 (1st), 8.4 BPM (7th).

🟢🟢 The Good 🟢🟢

  • 🟢 Excellent Volume-Scorer --- 27.8 points per 75, on ~ +5 rTS% (29.0 per 75, +8 rTS% in playoffs):
AD has a highly-adaptable scoring arsenal, capable of shifting his offensive game to fit cleanly within different offensive schemes (e.g. higher pace in NOLA vs. LeBron's more methodical half-court style). He possesses a variety of post-moves, hooks, spins, fakes, stepbacks, turnarounds, etc. (he uses his spin-move in particular quite often); he also has a passable face-up game with a decent handle, capable of moving like a guard and athletic finishes in the paint (74FG% in restricted area, 40FG% from "floater range"). AD is also a monster on the offensive glass (9th in playoff ORB%), and his aggressiveness near the rim leads to one of the highest free-throw rates in the league (9.5 playoff FTA/game, 0.539 playoff FTr).
Davis is skilled at leaking out in transition to receive LeBron's/Rondo's outlet passes or getting easy offensive boards before the defense has the change to fully recover (90th percentile among transition scorers), and he's also a mean roll-man in the PnR (~80th percentile). In isolation, Davis is a walking mismatch, too quick for many bigs but too big for many wings(~70th percentile). AD is likely one of the best off-ball big men ever, considering the volume and diversity of his scoring package: he can roll to the rim like a big, come off pindowns to can jumpshots like a guard, and fake screens and handoffs to cut to the rim like a wing (playoffs: 82% percentile as cutter, 12th in cutting-frequency), catching his defenders off-guard. His activity off-the-ball was on full display during his game-winner against the Nuggets a few days ago: look at how he takes advantage of momentary defensive hesitation by the Nuggets to sprint to the opposite wing and catch-and-shoot a deep 3 off-movement.
  • 🟢 Vertical-Spacer:
AD is an all-time lob-finisher (76 FG% from 0-3 feet). Davis's catch-radius is one of the best in NBA history --- just throw it up in the general direction of the rim and he'll make it work somehow with his touch and athleticism. AD can catch at challenging angles and finish through considerable traffic. His addition to the Lakers is a major reason why LeBron's leading the league in assists (2.8 of LeBron's 10.6 assists/game go to AD). It's an underrated part of his game as it allows him to fit with and scale well on a variety of offenses and mesh well with just about any other ball-dominant star in the league.
  • 🟢 Passable-to-Decent Catch-and-Shoot 3P/Midrange Shooter:
34.4% on catch-and-shoot 3s this season (33.3% in playoffs), and 37.7% last season. This enables Lakers to go "small" and 5-out with AD at C, spacing the floor to give everyone some breathing room on offense. He also shoots a few catch-and-shoot midrangers, which he's decent at (40fg% regular-season, 59fg% playoffs).
  • 🟢 Decent Passer(4.5 Passer Rating, 5.3 Box Creation):
This is mostly based on his last season at New Orleans, which was his peak year as a passer (Passer Rating >6). In the 2019 season, with their starting PGs missing significant time due to injury, the Pelicans leaned on Jrue Holiday's versatile playmaking gifts more, but they also parked AD in the high post and ran offense through him from there, letting him weaponise his own threat to score by feeding cutters with neat interior pocket passes or spraying kickout passes to shooters when he got doubled. He averaged 4.4 assists and only 2.0 turnovers prior to his trade request, producing a very efficient 2.2:1 AST/TO ratio. However, AD's playmaking has regressed this season (only 3.3 APG, uninspiring AST/TO ratio of 1.25:1) as he's gone more off-ball than in 2019 with LeBron manning point full-time in LA.
  • 🟢 The Brow-Bron Connection:
As we've alluded to earlier, the LeBron-AD connection has been even better than fans and analysts likely imagined it would be coming into the season--- of all 2-man assist-combos in the league this year, James to Davis ranks 1st by a vast margin, with 172 assists between the two leading the league, far ahead of Lillard-Whiteside with 130 and Lou-Trez with 127.
LeBron hits AD in a variety of ways: in the pick-and-roll, with lobs and snappy interior dishes; pick-and-pop or drive-and-kick, with AD positioned in the midrange or out on the 3-point line; simply dumping it to AD in the post and letting him go to work; hitting AD quickly and accurately in transition as part of a new-age "Showtime" ; in semi-transition, or off made-field goals, LeBron lets AD leak out early in the shot clock to establish good post position quickly, and then hits him with a long-range outlet pass so that AD can ISO against an unprepared defense. The Lakers often get 1-2 buckets per game in this fashion alone.
Davis finished 2nd in DPOY-voting this season, only behind the Greek Freak. AD's weakside rim-protection is elite - the Lakers have had a top-3 defense (-4.3 rDRTG) due in no small part to his efforts. He's highly switchable, too, capable of jumping onto guards and wings as required and scaring them silly (67.3 Versatility Index, spending ~30% of his possessions guarding PGs/SGs/SFs, ~40% on PFs, and ~30% on Cs). His motor has been excellent and he closes out hard on shooters. He's handsy as well, with good defensive instincts- he has a good eye for anticipating plays and jumping passing lanes. His steal-rate is elite for a big (1.5stl/game, 14th in NBA; 2.0stl%, 5th among bigs), and he hasn't gambled too much this year, either - his length and IQ enable him to plague nearby passing lanes without surrendering his defensive-positioning. He often cleans up mistakes by teammates, making sound backline rotations and allowing them the freedom to play aggressive defense on the perimeter because they know that he's always got a watchful eye out to pounce on any perpetrators who make it past them.
In isolation situations, AD can more than hold his own (83rd percentile in ISO-defense, an incredible figure for a big, allowing a measly 0.71 PPP according to Synergy) -- players shoot 8.4% worse overall when AD is the closest defender (6% worse on 3s, 10% worse on 2s). Davis is an all-time defensive playmaker: the 12th player ever with a 6%-block% and 2%-steal%, with 2020 being his 5th such season achieving this feat (only behind 2-time DPOY Hakeem Olajuwon, who notched 9 such seasons over his career). AD works well in tandem with the Lakers bigs (Dwight/McGee) so that if either of them gets beat, he is still in position to protect the rim. The Lakers' defensive rating weirdly improved when AD sat during the regular-season, because the success of LeBron-led bench-units seemingly ended up suppressing Davis's on/off numbers.
While we're talking about on/off, it's worth noting too that the script has absolutely flipped in the playoffs --- in the 465 minutes played with AD on the court, the Lakers have been a mind-boggling 13.2 points better on defense. Davis's versatile defensive skillset has enabled the Lakers to slow down and overwhelm two very different offensive powerhouses in the playoffs: in the 1st round against the 3rd-ranked, PnR-heavy Portland offense (113.7 regular-season ORTG ➡️ 104.6 ORTG against Lakers; drop of -9.1ortg) ; and in the 2nd round against the 6th-ranked, small-ball, ISO-heavy Houston offense (112.9 regular-season ORTG ➡️ 103.8 ORTG against Lakers; drop of -9.1ortg). Davis rates excellently on the vast majority of available impact-metrics, which may actually underrate AD since his plus-minus was underwhelming despite his brilliant defensive play.
  • 🟢 Playoff Performer:
AD's scoring has translated excellently to the playoffs- he has averaged 28.0 points per 75 on ~ +6 rTS% in his 6 playoff series thus far, with terrific ancillary stats. He's currently in the midst of a remarkable conference-finals run - he ranks 2nd in the league in playoff Backpicks BPM.
  • 🟢 Surprisingly healthy this season!:
Durability is generally considered a weakness of AD's (see here), but he's only missed 9 games this season. Encouraging news!

🔴🔴 The not-as-good 🔴🔴

  • 🔴 Average-to-mediocre overall shooting profile (regular-season):
33.3 3P% and 35.7 midrange-FG% over his past 3 seasons, weighed down by subpar pullup-shooting (his catch-and-shoot game is okay, as we mentioned earlier). Nevertheless, AD's pullup 3-point/midrange shooting is certainly a value-add to his versatility as a scorer, that helps him keep defenses honest when they give up open jumpers. Also, Davis can get hot --- he's shooting a scorching 49 FG% from midrange in the playoffs at the moment.
  • 🔴 Occasional Shot-selection concerns:
AD has a slightly-frustrating tendency to settle for taking contested midrange jumpshots at times, which he (this current playoff run excepted) isn't generally that great at hitting. This is a forgivable trait, however, given how efficient the rest of his game is.
  • 🔴 Passing/playmaking limitations:
Davis's passes can be a bit slow or tentative at times, and he sometimes misses the shooting pocket altogether, leading to turnovers -- passing windows in the NBA close within miliseconds so he could be more decisive or put more velocity on his dimes. He doesn't always anticipate openings, either, rarely making more advanced reads.
  • 🔴 Ability to run an offense?:
It remains to be seen whether AD can run an efficient team offense as a primary initiator, like a slasher like Giannis/LeBron/Kawhi or a full-time high-post operator like Jokić in Denver or Kevin Garnett back in the day on the Wolves. Perhaps further improving his handle or his strength will allow him to do so, since he already proved he possesses decent playmaking vision in New Orleans last year. When LeBron's been off the court this season, AD's decision-making on-the-ball has been inconsistent at times. Even so, as things stand, the Lakers still have a good offense (+3.9 rORTG in playoffs) with AD playing primarily off-ball, so I doubt that's going to change much in the foreseeable future.
  • 🔴 Some areas for improvement on defense:
AD ball-watches every so often, though greatly-improved from last season. Quicker guards can still occasionally blow by him. Doesn't have perfect footwork. Misses the odd help scenario. Gambles sporadically for steals, though it works out for him more often than not. Power-players (the Embiid's and Jokić's of the world) have caused him trouble sometimes since he's light on his feet, though he's strong enough to hold his own. He's vulnerable to stepback jumpshots as well - they can fairly successfully create space against him.
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