The second annual Dave & Tim event is just a few weeks away! Set for January 12-14, 2018, the all-inclusive concert vacation features three nights of Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds performing on the beach in Riviera Maya, Mexico, just steps away from the ocean. Additional artists include critically acclaimed hit-maker Brandi Carlile, 2016 Best Folk Album GRAMMY-winning banjo extraordinaire Béla Fleck, and sister trio Joseph, each set to open one night each of the 3 the nightly concerts. Additional unique performances including daytime poolside sets will be announced in the coming weeks.Béla Fleck was originally scheduled to perform with his wife Abigail Washburn, but she is unfortunately unable to make the event. In place of their duo set, Béla will debut a new trio. As the event notes, “Béla Fleck will be premiering a new trio collaboration with the incredible Antonio Sanchez and Mathew Brewer. Abigail Washburn sends her regrets that she is unable to attend.”Drummer/composer Antonio Sánchez (Bad Hombre) is known for his Golden Globe and BAFTA-nominated score for Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Academy Award-winning film, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), as well as soundtracks composed for director Fernando León de Aranoa’s Política, Manual de Instrucciones, and EPIX network’s Get Shorty. His fervent solo drumming improvisations, infused with surreal electronic textures, create potent and volcanic modes of self-expression unique to him.World-renowned bassist Matt Brewer is known for his work with artists such as Greg Osby, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Lee Konitz, David Sanchez, Terence Blanchard, Aaron Parks, Jeff “Tain” Watts, and many others. He is featured on dozens of recordings, including two on the Blue Note record label, “Channel Three” by Greg Osby, and “Avatar” by Gonzalo Rubalcaba. Matt has also led bands in New York, performing at venues such as the Jazz Gallery, Fat Cat, and the Tribeca Performing Arts Center. His band was also featured at the New Mexico International Jazz Festival. He is an adjunct faculty member at The New School, has been a guest artist/teacher at the Banff Center, and has taught lessons and masterclasses across the globe.We can’t wait to hear what this trio is made of, and are counting down the days until Dave & Tim takeover Riviera Maya!This serene Caribbean getaway, designed in partnership with CID Presents, will offer guests a fully curated experience: exclusive access to three nights of beachside performances, all-inclusive food and drink, premium hotel accommodations, shuttle service to and from Cancun International Airport and 24-hour concierge service. Guests can choose from a limited amount of remaining packages at five tropical resorts including the concert’s host resort, The Barcelo Maya.There will also be a variety of daily on-site activities, including daily sunrise and morning yoga sessions, paddleboard / kayak rentals, surfing contests and many more. Off-site adventures will include catamaran tours, zip-line & ATV tours, day trips to the Mayan ruins of Tulum and Chichen Itza, journeys to Rio Secreto (an underground all water cave) and much more.For more information or to purchase ticket/accommodation packages for Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds’ Riviera Maya destination weekend, head to the event website.
Who are they: Student body presidential candidate Lauren Vidal brings experience to the table from her time in FUEL as a freshman and her service as student body parliamentarian during her sophomore year. A junior Management and Consulting major with a minor in public policy, Vidal hails from Miami, Fla.Devine, a Cincinnati native, studies pre-medicine and economics with a minor in Peace Studies. He chaired the department of Gender Issues in student government last year.Both studied abroad last semester — Vidal in Washington, D.C., and Devine in London.First priority: If elected, their first goal would be to work within the existing structure of student government and seek to foster a close-knit community among members of that group. Vidal said they will look for a broad array of passionate people to lead the departments and then work to get each department on board with their goals from the beginning.She said the restructured platform they composed, structured around the divisions of each department, reflects and reinforces the underlying importance of each department in student government.Top priority: The team’s biggest goal is serving their peers and the broader Notre Dame community as best they can, Devine said. He said they will do this by both serving the student body through their leadership and then providing opportunities for them to be of service to the greater South Bend area.“We really have this idea of service, and although we understand that’s a broad term, we really [prioritize] service to our peers and to our community as a whole,” Vidal said. “For our peers, we work on specific, tangible projects.”Best Idea: Devine said the two hope to continue many of the current administration’s agenda items, including a push for medical amnesty for students. He said he contacted members of the Office of Student Affairs to discuss whether “du Lac” would be up for revision during the year ahead, and he said he talked extensively with current student body president Alex Coccia about Coccia’s work toward that goal.Devine clearly did his homework on the matter and gathered the necessary information to make the platform item grounded in real possibility. He said he hopes to change the tone of that conversation to center around keeping students safe and accountable, not enabling them to behave irresponsibly.Worst Idea: Vidal said while interning in D.C., she worked with a press secretary and hopes to find someone to replicate that role in student government. She said the press secretary would be a channel of communication between the cabinet and the student body and could help coordinate media coverage of initiatives.While increased communication is generally a positive thing for any administration, in this form, it would likely remove Vidal and Devine from the student body. Face-to-face communication and a visible, personal presence on campus would better serve students’ needs.Most feasible: Their “29 for 29” initiative would pair each residence hall with an underprivileged South Bend family, linking students to the surrounding area and fostering a deeper understanding of the Notre Dame family. Both Vidal and Devine said they have worked at the South Bend Homeless Shelter and have the contacts to organize and execute this plan.Least feasible: The platform contained plans for Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) to supplement the existing SafeWalk system. The patrol would essentially consist of teams of two trained students on call to pick up students in distress on golf carts with the goal of providing other options besides walking and protecting students from inclement weather.Because the service would run only from 8:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m., though, its hours overlap directly with SafeWalk’s current availability. A better option would be to run the service from 2:30 a.m. to 5 a.m. in order to provide 24-hour options. However, even this is not necessary because an after-hours call to SafeWalk will connect a student to NDSP, who will provide a ride to their destination.Notable quote: “One of the main things we’re pushing is continuity. … A lot of our policy initiatives are extensions of what already exists.” — DevineFun Fact: Vidal comes from a “loud, proud Cuban family” and said she loves to cook with her parents and grandparents. Devine has a twin sister at Ohio State University.Bottom line: Vidal and Devine both cited extensive, diverse friend groups at the University that they hope to draw upon for ideas and involvement if elected to office. Their plans to maximize efficiency and collaboration within the student government offices will help them to execute the wide array of initiatives outlined in their platform, but they might do so from a skewed vantage point of the student body’s actual needs if they view campus life mostly through the lenses of their friends and co-workers. Their comprehensive platform speaks to their familiarity with many aspects of student life, and their previous experience in student government makes them well-prepared to lead in the year ahead.Tags: 2014 Election, Student Body President, Student government
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Peter StrozniakA University of South Florida custodian is accused of stealing $37,000 from two members’ accounts at the $443 million USF Federal Credit Union in Tampa, Fla., according to USF Police.USF police said Darrell L. McNabb, 33, of Tampa allegedly transferred the stolen funds to his USF FCU account by creating fake IDs from personal information he stole from the victims.The theft occurred from early January to Feb. 5. Police investigators were alerted about the suspicious activity Feb. 6. continue reading »
B & B Residence in Paddington, designed by Hogg & Lamb. Picture: Christopher Frederick Jones.A Morningside home in the same category, designed by Kieron Gait Architects took the approach of adding to the highset 1920s house by connecting it back to its garden via a pavilion. The original Queenslander was now a “retreat” containing the bedrooms and a TV and craft room while the new “garden pavilion” houses the kitchen, dining room and living areas. “Connected by a covered, but open deck and link, it encourages breezes through the site and allows the family to feel like they are within thegarden domain.” Crescent House in Seven Hills, by architecture firm Deicke Richards with Steven Clegg Design. Picture: Christopher Frederick JonesArchitect Jolyon Robinson, whose design for Avonlea saw it short-listed for the new house over 200sq m award as well as the sustainability gong, said the project was bittersweet for him as the property was on the site of his childhood home.“That house was probably the most special to me because our family home used to be on that site when we were kids,” he told The Sunday Mail. “The old Queenslander burnt down nine years ago and I was commissioned by the new owners to design them a new family home. Terrarium House in Highgate Hill by architecture firm John Ellway. Picture: Toby Scott.Also in the category was JB House in Capalaba by Reddog Architects which looked at reutilising the existing home and reconfiguring it for passive environmental control, taking a “simple approach” that revealed “points of intersection between new and old and use ordinary materials to create extraordinary spaces”.“This extension to a single storey, brick veneer home in Brisbane’s east is an example of a new wave of alterations and additions projects in the city’s suburbs,” the firm said in its statement on the project. Bungalow Garden Rooms in Paddington — Architect Myers Ellyett with Dan Young Landscape Architect. Picture: Cathy Schusler.It will face stiff competition from fellow Queenslanders, with an Auchenflower project called Bungalow Garden Rooms by Myers Ellyett with Dan Young Landscape Architectalso up for thelandscape award nationally, and three others also up for the “over 200sq m” renovation prize.A Paddington home called B & B Residence designed by Hogg & Lamb tackled turned an existing inner-city Queenslander cottage on a steep site into a reinvigorated private, functional space. “Views are edited while portions of the sky, trees and mountains are carefully framed through a series of openings, peepholes and voids,” was how Hogg & Lamb described it. Yeronga House by Tim Bennetton Architects. Picture: Shantanu Starick.Smaller renovations under 200sq m out of Queensland also caught the judges’ eyes, three of which were now in the shortlist for nationals including Terrarium House in Highgate Hill by John Ellway, where a 100-year-old cottage was jettisoned into the 21st century with a sympathetic upgrade that involved inhabiting the undercroft. ”The house began as an exercise in pragmatics,” was how the firm described the challenge. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoMorningside Residence by Kieron Gait Architects. Picture: Christopher Frederick Jones.The fourth house to make the cut for its “over 200sq m” renovation work was Yeronga House by Tim Bennetton Architects in Brisbane. The low key Queenslander was transformed with a new pod or studio created to the rear of the house, separated by a walkway and series of decks going to the garden. They even raised the level of the garden to avoid the use of all balustrades. Avonlea in Eumundi gave Robinson Architects a chance to make the most of the site. Picture: Nic Granleese.“It was a labour of love. I obviously knew the site but hadn’t been there for 20 years. “The old Queenslander was beautiful but hot in summer and cold in winter. Having a blank canvas and the ability to get all the fundamentals right like orientation and windows was so great.”Of the seven Queensland renovations that made the national cut, four were for alteration and addition over 200sq m, including Seven Hills property Crescent House by Deicke Richards and Steven Clegg Design. The home was also short-listed in the garden or landscape category nationally. Avonlea in Eumundi, designed by Robinson Architects. Picture: Nic Granleese.QUEENSLAND home renovations from garden rooms to pavilions and undercroft rejuvenation have made the cut in the battle for top national honours.Eleven homes in the Sunshine State were short-listed for the 2018 Houses Awards — and in a nod to the record surge in renovations, seven of the houses were upgrades.Juror Stuart Vokes, director of Vokes and Peters Queensland which won the coveted Australian House of the Year last year, was blown away by the calibre of designs coming out of Queensland.The work was so good that two homes were nominated for double awards: Avonlea by Robinson Architects in Eumundi and Crescent House in Brisbane’s Seven Hills byDeicke Richards with Steven Clegg Design. JB House in Capalaba by Reddog Architects. Picture: Christopher Frederick Jones.Monash Road House in Tarragindi by the firm Zuzana and Nicholas made it a triple out of Brisbane for the smaller renovation category, using a strategy of “minimal intervention”.The project involved “renovations to an existing post war house in Tarragindi, Queensland, through minimal interventions and new insertions within the old house” was how the firm described their work. Monash Road House in Tarragindi by architecture firm Zuzana and Nicholas. Picture: Toby Scott.Two new houses over 200sq m made the shortlist too — one out of Ashgrove called Glenlyon Estate by Push Architecture and Louise Walsh Interior Design and the other a glass pavilion wrapped in timber sliding screens titled Tinbeerwah House by Teeland Architects in the Noosa Hinterland. Glenlyon Estate in Ashgrove by Push Architecture and Louise Walsh Interior Design. Picture: Maree Homer.The idea was to open the Noosa home “to the bush, ocean, stars and sky”, with hardwood screens allowing the owners to control light, breezes, privacy and views. “The long thin plan ensures the building is only one room deep to maximise, ocean views, cross ventilation and natural light. The house layout allows the family to come together to cook, eat and relax, but also the separation of more quiet spaces for reflective time.” Tinbeerwah House in the Noosa hinterland by Teeland Architects. Picture: Jared Fowler.The 2018 Houses Award is in its eighth year and saw the highest number of entries ever, with 477 submissions, up 7 per cent on 2017.Houses magazine editor and 2018 juror, Katelin Butler, said it was “great to see our talented architects and designers experimenting and challenging the status quo, resulting in a series of surprising and delightful architectural moments.” The winners will be announced on July 27. QUEENSLAND HOMES IN 2018 HOUSES AWARD SHORTLIST: Avonlea (New House over 200m2 and Sustainability) B & B Residence (House Alteration & Addition over 200m2) Bungalow Garden Rooms (Garden or Landscape) Crescent House (Garden or Landscape and House Alteration & Addition over 200m2) Glenlyon Estate (New House over 200m2) JB House (House Alteration & Addition under 200m2) Monash Road House (House Alteration & Addition under 200m2) Morningside Residence (House Alteration & Addition over 200m2 ) Terrarium House (House Alteration & Addition under 200m2) Tinbeerwah House (New House over 200m2) Yeronga House (House Alteration & Addition over 200m2)
Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 Ellsworth got off to a strong start, besting Bucksport 25-15 in the first game of the match.The Golden Bucks rebounded to win the next two games, 25-18 and 25-17, before Ellsworth got the equalizer with a lopsided 25-8 fourth game win.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textBut the Bucks rallied in the decisive final contest to eke out a 17-15 win.For Bucksport, Holly Judkins led the team with six aces and four digs. Joy Fitzgerald had five aces and two digs, Chloe Stubbs had two aces and eight digs and Whitney Gaudet had three aces and two digs.Sarah Shelton led Ellsworth with 17 kills, four aces and two digs. Delaney Sargent had nine aces, three kills and three digs; Sammy Mason had five kills and three digs; Rachel Bunker had six kills and five aces; Alexa Grant had six aces; and Liz Perry had five aces.With wins this week over Bucksport, Washington Academy and Calais the 7-0 Mount Desert Island Trojans maintained their tenuous hold on the top spot in the state Class A standings.The Trojans lead 6-0 Greely by just one point.The 4-4 Ellsworth Eagles currently are ranked fourth in the Class A standings, and in Class B, the 2-3 Sumner Tigers are sixth.In earlier action:Washington Academy 3, Ellsworth 1The Raiders of Washington Academy rallied from a first game loss to win the next three in a 3-1 victory over the Eagles on Wednesday, Sept. 17, in Ellsworth.Ellsworth took the first game 25-14, but the Raiders went on to post game scores of 26-24, 25-20 and 25-23.For the Eagles, Sarah Shelton had eight aces and 15 kills, Maddie Dow had two assists and four blocks and Alexa Grant had five assists.Calais 3, Sumner 2The Tigers won the first two games only to see the Calais Blue Devils rally for a 3-2 win on Wednesday, Sept. 17, in Calais.For the Tigers, Amie O’Hara had three aces and two digs; Kiandra Barnes had three aces and a dig; Tianah Johnson had one aces, seven digs and three tips; Julia Tardy had two aces, 10 digs and a kill; and Emily Martin had three aces, two digs, a kill and two tips.MDI 3, Bucksport 0The Trojans continued their winning ways on Wednesday, Sept. 18, downing the Bucksport Golden Bucks by lopsided game scores of 25-9, 25-13 and 25-6.MDI 3, Washington Academy 1Sarah Phelps led the way as the Trojans remained undefeated with a 3-1 win over the Washington Academy Raiders on Friday.Phelps had 12 aces, 6 kills, one assist and six digs. Camilla Thomassen-Tai had three aces, a kill and six digs; Riley Mooers had four aces, a kill and 18 assists; and Kayla Ray had five aces, four kills and a dig.Sumner 3, Narraguagus 1The Tigers notched their second win, downing the Narraguagus Knights 3-1 on Friday in Sullivan by game scores of 25-20, 16-25, 25-18 and 25-22.For Sumner, O’Hara had three aces, three digs and two blocks; Tardy had seven aces, two kills and 12 digs; Barnes had five aces, two kills and a dig; Johnson had six aces, nine digs and three tips; and Martin had four aces, eight digs and three tips.Bucksport 3, Calais 1The Golden Bucks dropped the first game 15-25, then reeled of wins of 25-20, 25-14 and 25-20 over the Calais Blue Devils on Friday in Calais.For Bucksport, Holly Judkins had three aces, 11 digs, an assist and a kill; Joy Fitzgerald had five aces and two kills; Natalie Gray had four kills and an assist; Chloe Stubbs had five aces, two digs and a kill; and Whitney Gaudet had three aces, five assists and two digs.MDI 3, Calais 0The Trojans claimed their seventh win, downing the Calais Blue Devils by game scores of 25-10, 25-13 and 25-14 on Saturday in Calais.For the Trojans, Phelps had nine aces, four kills and a dig; Elise Robertson had four kills; Ray had 13 aces and two kills; and Mooers had five aces, a kill and 11 assists. Latest Posts Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Fenceviewer Staff Bio Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Senior Kayla Ray, right, of the Mount Desert Island High School varsity volleyball team sets up a shot Friday in a match with Washington Academy. Teammate Camilla Thomassen-Tai stands by.ELLSWORTH — The Bucksport Golden Bucks moved into second place in the state Class B volleyball standings on Tuesday with a close 3-2 win over the Class A Ellsworth Eagles. Town report wins award – October 11, 2014
Two of the world juniors powerhouses — Sweden and Russia — meet in the semifinal on Saturday. The winner plays for gold on Sunday while the loser goes for bronze with the possibility of walking away empty-handed.The Swedes have yet to lose a game and easily defeated the host Czechs in the quarterfinals. A squad jam-packed with talent, they’ve potted a tournament-high 25 goals while allowing a low-leading eight. Vancouver Canucks prospect Nils Hoglander leads the tournament with 10 points (five goals, five assists). Samuel Fagemo, the Los Angeles Kings second-round pick in 2019, is first in goals scored with six. Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Rasmus Sandin has been a bit banged up in this one — taking a couple of slashes to the arm — but has been a key offensive threat with five assists. Here is how you can watch the semifinal matchup between Sweden and Russia on Saturday:How to watch Sweden vs. RussiaTV channel (U.S.): NHL NetworkTV channel (Canada): TSNLive stream (Canada): TSN LiveSweden vs. Russia: When is puck drop?Date: Saturday, Jan. 4Time: 9 a.m. ETWorld Juniors 2020: Four reasons the United States was handed an early exit Full World Junior Championship scheduleSATURDAY, JAN. 4SF: Sweden vs. Russia9 a.m.TSN, NHLNSF: Canada vs. Finland1 p.m.TSN 1/4/5, NHLNSUNDAY, JAN. 5Bronze-medal game9 a.m.TSN, NHLNGold-medal game1 p.m.TSN, NHLN(All times Eastern) ‘IT’S GOLD OR BUST’: NHL players look back on World Junior Championship memoriesRussia enters the semis coming off a 3-1 win over Switzerland. Yaroslav Askarov has had an up-and-down tourney but stopped 14 of 15 shots in net on Thursday. Expected to go high in the 2020 draft, a rarity for backstops, he should be in between the pipes on Saturday. The Russians have a balanced lineup and regularly roll four lines that can bury the puck. Five of their skaters are tied with six points: Nikita Alexandrov (goal, five assists), Kirill Marchenko (two goals, four assists), Dmitri Voronkov (three goals, three assists) Grigori Denisenko (two goals, four assists) and Alexander Khovanov (two goals, four assists).
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The following are the garage sales that we have for the weekend of May 20-22, 2016. If you still need a garage sale advertised just use the comment section below. Good luck with bargain hunting!Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (12) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down Michelle · 221 weeks ago Saturday, May 21st 9am-1pm 1023 N. Washington Antiques, Collectibles, unique and unusual items. Report Reply 0 replies · active 221 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Michelle · 221 weeks ago Yard Sale – Saturday, May 21st – 9am-1pm 1023 N. Washington Antiques, Collectibles, Unique and Unusual items Report Reply 0 replies · active 221 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Suzanne · 221 weeks ago Huge Garage Sale – Saturday May 21st – 8:00 – 1:00 pm 1429 N Day Lots and lots of women’s clothing sizes 12-18 – Shoes, purses, children’s clothes, tons of toys, stuffed animals, baby swing, high chair, furniture and more. Something for everyone! Report Reply 0 replies · active 221 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Carl & Kathy Hubbard · 221 weeks ago Hubbard garage sale – first of several as we clean out and decluttered. This one will have mostly clothes and shoes. All items one dollar each unless marked differently. Ladies sizes 6 to 14 & XL and men’s sizes mostly XXL, some smaller. Also two dark green, wing back recliner chairs; oak table 42 inches round; high-quality wicker furniture: loveseat, chair, end table and coffee table both with glass tops. Sale is Friday, May 20, 4 to 7 PM and Saturday, May 21, 9 AM to noon. Location: 37 Western Ave. which is southwest of the Presbyterian Church. Canceled if raining due to the volume of items to put out, and will be rescheduled. Report Reply 0 replies · active 221 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Barbara · 221 weeks ago Indoor Sale-922 N. Olive -Wellington. Friday May 20, 8am-4pm and Sat. May 21, 8am-12. Lots of camping gear, fishing poles and reels, nets, folding chairs, tents, canopy, Coleman lanterns, tools, coolers, Budweiser items, folding table, bicycle, knee boards, new port-a-pot, camping heaters, electric BQ grill, lots of miscellaneous. Report Reply 1 reply · active 220 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Ed Bauler · 221 weeks ago 16 wood pieces just right for a Chimenia or for camping–$10 4 12 week old rooster fryers –$15 call 620-399-3059 to see in the city of Wellington Report Reply 2 replies · active 221 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Andy oldridge · 221 weeks ago Yardsale everything 50 cent each. ….. 920 n c wellington. ……..may 19 & 20 8 am to 4 pm …. Thursday Friday …. come load up Report Reply 0 replies · active 221 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Driveway Sale · 220 weeks ago 316 W. 11th St. Friday(20) open until 7 Saturday(21) 8-noon Report Reply 0 replies · active 220 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Bill · 220 weeks ago May 26th Wednesday at 403 S. West Road Report Reply 0 replies · active 220 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments