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  • I thought I was being helpful by looking it up. I was so wrong.

    An anal piercing is a body piercing in the surrounding area of the human anus, usually the perineum.[1]

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anal_piercing

  • Stop cancel culture!
  • I've watched that video over and over and over again. The librul media has gone too far! (Well tbh, once I finished the first time, I didn't have the energy to watch it again.)

  • Is there a website similar to the now-defunct RedFizz[.]com?
  • I know, right? It was such a fun place to be.

    I think I'm gonna try BandLab for a bit. And, if that's not quite what I'm looking for, SoundCloud.

  • Is there a website similar to the now-defunct RedFizz[.]com?
  • Totally new to me! Thank you very much!

  • Is there a website similar to the now-defunct RedFizz[.]com?
  • Oh! I didn't realize SC had, like, a social aspect to it. That's good info. Thank you!

  • Is there a website similar to the now-defunct RedFizz[.]com?

    That site allowed musicians to create and upload music and then other musicians could rate, critique, and collaborate on said music. You could even download tunes and I've got SO much great music still on my phone from those artists. And, it was a fun, supportive community.

    I apologize for spamming all the Ask Lemmy communities. I can delete if desired. Or, post in a more appropriate community.

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    Is there a website similar to the now-defunct RedFizz[.]com?

    That site allowed musicians to create and upload music and then other musicians could rate, critique, and collaborate on said music. You could even download tunes and I've got SO much great music still on my phone from those artists. And, it was a fun, supportive community.

    I apologize for spamming all the Ask Lemmy communities. I can delete if desired. Or, post in a more appropriate community.

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    Ask Lemm.ee @lemm.ee Late2TheParty @lemmy.world
    Is there a website similar to the now-defunct RedFizz[.]com?

    That site allowed musicians to create and upload music and then other musicians could rate, critique, and collaborate on said music. You could even download tunes and I've got SO much great music still on my phone from those artists. And, it was a fun, supportive community.

    I apologize for spamming all the Ask Lemmy communities. I can delete if desired. Or, post in a more appropriate community.

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    All Things Saxophone @lemm.ee Late2TheParty @lemmy.world
    Looking to Purchase a Possible King Cleveland 615

    I want to purchase another tenor as I've given up on my Bundy and my other will be in the shop for a good while. I found a sax that looks... serviceable? And, it could be the tone I want. But, the stenciling and serial 733XXX kinda makes me believe this isn't a true King Cleveland 615. Maybe one of you have more insight into the history and artistry of these? Is this what the seller says it is? (I might could get more pics if needed.)

    If this instrument is what the seller says it is, I'll probably pull the trigger and give it some serious TLC once my other instrument is back in playing shape.

    Thanks, all!

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    Here's my dude. I have no idea what he is.
  • Definitely one handsome feller!

  • The world is only sustained by the breath of school children
  • I think you nailed it: it's a rage-vote to, in their minds, show us how much they don't like us or want us around.

  • Kroger sale flyer from 2019
  • Yeah, I definitely shouldn't have looked at this today (or any day).

  • It is the Admin’s birthday, man
  • Happy birthday, dude.

  • Supreme Court: Drivers hauling baked goods are in transportation, not baking
  • I wasn't 100% certain this was the correct group to post in. Or, if like, A Boring Dystopia was better? Also, is it poor form to post both here and the lemmy.ml instance? I often wonder if my Internet etiquette could use some polish.

  • finance.yahoo.com Supreme Court: Drivers hauling baked goods are in transportation, not baking

    A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision helps define the legal status of transportation workers at companies that are not primarily involved in transportation. The post Supreme Court: Drivers hauling baked goods are in transportation, not baking appeared first on FreightWaves.

    Supreme Court: Drivers hauling baked goods are in transportation, not baking

    But the Supreme Court’s April 12 ruling that they are in the transportation business opens the door for them to take the dispute to court.

    That’s because the FAA — in its very first section — exempts from its mandate several types of workers, such as railroad employees and “any other class of workers engaged in foreign or interstate commerce.”

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    Supreme Court: Drivers hauling baked goods are in transportation, not baking
  • TBF, I wasn't certain if this was the correct group to post in. Also, is it poor form to post here and the lemmy.world instance? I'm just looking for my left and my right boundaries.

  • finance.yahoo.com Supreme Court: Drivers hauling baked goods are in transportation, not baking

    A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision helps define the legal status of transportation workers at companies that are not primarily involved in transportation. The post Supreme Court: Drivers hauling baked goods are in transportation, not baking appeared first on FreightWaves.

    Supreme Court: Drivers hauling baked goods are in transportation, not baking

    But the Supreme Court’s April 12 ruling that they are in the transportation business opens the door for them to take the dispute to court.

    That’s because the FAA — in its very first section — exempts from its mandate several types of workers, such as railroad employees and “any other class of workers engaged in foreign or interstate commerce.”

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    Euthanasia by bedbug
  • This hurt me!

    Thank you.

  • A Private School Promised to Help Troubled Kids. Instead, Some Say, It Was a Nightmare
  • I used to live right down the road from there and a former band mate worked for them for a time. That shit was CRAZY!

  • Chatterbox (aka Virginia the Talking Vagina) (1977)
  • Hahahahaha This movie was a wild ride of silly!

  • Because only women are worried about becoming step-parents? (This prolly could've been an Ask Lemmy.)

    I'm looking for some good reading on how to, eventually, best help be a step parent to my partner's children and NEARLY ALL books are geared toward the woman's perspective as though men don't want to be a strong teacher and develop these kids into healthy adults. Ugh!

    Thanks for listening to my rant.

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    Trump forced to see mean memes about him shared by prospective jurors
  • I hope I'm not being too forward, but I'd like to throw my support in with you and c/Steve in saying Donald Trump is a total piece of shit. (If you'll have me on the team.)

  • indepthnh.org Documents: Rep. Jon Stone Threatened Mass Shooting and Rape After Investigation

    Rep. Jon Stone’s New Hampshire law enforcement career ended when he threatened to kill fellow police officers in a shooting spree, and murder his chief after raping the chief’s wife and children, all while he was already under scrutiny for his inappropriate relationship with a teen girl, according t...

    Documents: Rep. Jon Stone Threatened Mass Shooting and Rape After Investigation

    Still not sending their finest.

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    thehill.com New Hampshire House votes to ban transgender women and girls from female school sports

    New Hampshire House lawmakers voted Thursday to bar transgender women and girls from participating on female school sports teams, positioning the state to be the first in the Northeast to adopt suc…

    New Hampshire House votes to ban transgender women and girls from female school sports

    New Hampshire House lawmakers voted Thursday to bar transgender women and girls from participating on (sic) female school sports teams, positioning the state to be the first in the Northeast to adopt such a measure.

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    Bass @lemmy.ml Late2TheParty @lemmy.world
    Good Ideas for On-stage Crib Notes

    I've got, like, a bit over a week to learn 6 songs before I sit in with a metal band who asked me to sit in. I don't want to take my tablet on stage with me because, IMO, it would look a little too unprofessional for these guys to have their bassist with a tablet on a stand just hanging out. (Maybe in a pinch I could put the tablet on the floor?) Does anyone have an idea for crib notes that are pretty well hidden? In my head I'm thinking something like what marching bands use or a wrist band like an NFL quarterback might use.

    Thank you in advance.

    ETA: I eventually settled on this forearm wrap and it worked good. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0C3LXZ7GB

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    Full movies on YouTube @lemm.ee Late2TheParty @lemmy.world

    Oooh, boy, is this a ride!

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    About 3-6 inches of snow possible in New Hampshire for Tuesday; snow to fall lightly throughout day

    Tonight will be fair and cold early with increasing clouds overnight. A few flurries are possible by morning in southern areas.

    Light snow will arrive for the Tuesday morning’s commute, but the bulk of the snow is expected to fall from very late morning into the afternoon.

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    www.outsideonline.com The ‘Taco Bell 50K’ Requires Strong Legs—And An Even Stronger Stomach

    Every fall, a group of Denver runners celebrates National Taco Day by running 31 miles using the fast food Mexican chain as aid stations

    The ‘Taco Bell 50K’ Requires Strong Legs—And An Even Stronger Stomach

    While Leadville 100 luminary Ken Chlouber has famously motivated runners for 40 years by saying “You’re better than you think you are, you can do more than you think you can,” Romero says the motto of the Taco Bell 50K is that “you’re hungrier than you think you are, and you can eat more than you think you can.”

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    Running News @lemmy.capebreton.social Late2TheParty @lemmy.world
    www.outsideonline.com The ‘Taco Bell 50K’ Requires Strong Legs—And An Even Stronger Stomach

    Every fall, a group of Denver runners celebrates National Taco Day by running 31 miles using the fast food Mexican chain as aid stations

    The ‘Taco Bell 50K’ Requires Strong Legs—And An Even Stronger Stomach

    While Leadville 100 luminary Ken Chlouber has famously motivated runners for 40 years by saying “You’re better than you think you are, you can do more than you think you can,” Romero says the motto of the Taco Bell 50K is that “you’re hungrier than you think you are, and you can eat more than you think you can.”

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    Man's motorcycle never left New Hampshire but he was dinged dozens of times for New York toll costs

    "Put the motorcycle onto my E-ZPass account, and I noticed an increase in frequency of my automatic replenishments from the E-ZPass account," Wall said. "What I would consider an unnecessary headache." ... The transactions happened 240 miles away on the Bear Mountain Bridge in Garrison, New York.

    There were also transactions from the Bronx, Yonkers, Harriman and Beacon — all in the Empire State. ... He made a call to E-ZPass New Hampshire.

    "It turned out there was another vehicle in another state, and in my case, it was New York," Wall said. "They were going through the toll booth without an active transponder generating a plate charge and apparently mine was the first plate under the E-ZPass system that came up that they decided to charge against."

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    New Hampshire places of worship focus on security ahead of holidays

    DERRY, N.H. — As places of worship around the state decorate and plan for the holiday season, the Department of Homeland Security is urging a different kind of preparation.

    It comes after the director of the FBI warned of an increased terror threat due to the Israel-Hamas war.

    The first night of Hanukkah is Thursday. The rabbi of a Derry Synagogue said the leaders discussed not putting the menorah out front, worried it might make them a target for violence. Instead, they are getting a police detail in the parking lot so people can feel safe.

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    www.dailydot.com ‘I don’t know what else to do’: Carnival Cruise customer spent 2K on trip. Now that she’s passed away, they want a $1,300 cancellation fee

    A woman on TikTok is asking for help because after Carnival Cruise refused to refund her parents' trip after her mom died.

    ‘I don’t know what else to do’: Carnival Cruise customer spent 2K on trip. Now that she’s passed away, they want a $1,300 cancellation fee

    Big ole business just itching to get more money from people's grief.. until they're called out in front of enough people online.

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    www.upi.com Watch: Lobster caught in Maine has two colors and two sexes - UPI.com

    A lobster caught in Maine is drawing attention online for a couple of unusual attributes -- it's half red and half blue, as well as half male and half female.

    Watch: Lobster caught in Maine has two colors and two sexes - UPI.com

    News about odd lobster stuff is my jam

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