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Feeling embarrassed and guilty over getting scammed
2023.06.02 08:46 taratouille Feeling embarrassed and guilty over getting scammed
My dad paid around 400USD+ to buy an iPad Air 4 from a seller on market place. I didn't think too much about it because I've bought secondhand stuff online before (but never on FB) and I don't think I ever considered the possibility of getting scammed. Seller seemed semi-legit, had a review or two. We paid over an online app and they sent a photo of a delivery label, then their account was completely gone. I just received the "delivery" and it was an iPad 2 from fucking 2011. I just feel so stupid, especially because I was the one who wanted the iPad and now my dad is paying the price. I wish I had been more attentive over the details and idk maybe I wouldn't want to fucking die rn. Love life!!
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2023.06.02 06:57 Tamh93 Careless & Prohibited Driving Ticket
Last Friday, I picked up my dog up from daycare in my 2020 Toyota Tacoma, and then traveled 6-7 hours to visit my family for the weekend and Memorial Day holiday.
Before I started my trip, though, I got in my first ever accident (I’m 30 years old, nothing on my record). As we were leaving the daycare (my dog was in the passenger seat), I looked both ways to ensure no cars were coming toward me, and I turned left out of the entrance/exit. I began driving forward and a few seconds later I noticed a car that I believe came from behind in my lane and began driving next to me on the right side against the curb. I was shocked and slowed down, but he kept going and his rear driver side ended up hitting my passenger front side/bumper, creating a dent, broken plastic, and scratches on my paint. By the end of it, he was in front of me.
We both pulled over, I looked at my damage, we talked, and I suggested we call the police. He had minor paint damage, but nothing in comparison to me. He even stated his car was old and he cared nothing about it really, and it just gets him where he needs to go (basically, he didn’t seem to be bothered by the accident).
The policeman arrived, and eventually he questioned us each separately as to our testimony of the incident. I felt nervous as I was upset about the damage and it being my first accident, so I’m not exactly sure I remember all I said in the moment, but I know I started from the beginning and mentioned the turn, then I immediately felt like he was laser focused on that and he asked “Which way? Left or right?”, to which I responded, but he really didn’t give me much time to explain the whole story and basically from what the other diver claimed, they’re trying to say that I didn’t “yield to oncoming traffic,” or that I just pulled out and hit the back of his car while he was driving past. This is also insinuated in the police report from his paraphrasing of what he believes my testimony was.
This is not how it happened at all, and I’ve stated that multiple times to my insurance, but the only evidence they have to go off of is the report, and I’ve been in touch with the same officer since, and he just keeps on saying for me to go to court and he’s not willing or he “can’t” change what was written, as it’s too late.
I’ve paid for a lawyer through an app called “Off The Record,” and I explained all the details to him, but my case is still under review and I’ve not heard back yet (it’s only been a day at this point, so maybe I’ll still receive something soon).
Does anyone have any advice, though? Do you think I have a chance to get it dismissed or keep my record clean? Based on the report and location of damages, they truly think I’m at fault when I’m honestly not. I’ve tried seeing if I can get camera footage of the nearby area, too, but it doesn’t seem like there is any.
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2023.06.02 06:43 dayfirstblogs From Up on Poppy Hill (2011)
"From Up on Poppy Hill" is a Japanese animated film
released in 2011, directed by Goro Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli. Set in Yokohama during the 1960s, the film tells a heartfelt coming-of-age story against the backdrop of a rapidly changing Japan. This article delves into the narrative, themes, visual aesthetics, and critical reception of "From Up on Poppy Hill," exploring why it holds a special place among Studio Ghibli's enchanting filmography.
- Plot and Setting (250 words): The story centers around Umi Matsuzaki, a high school student who lives with her grandmother and younger siblings in the Coquelicot Manor atop Poppy Hill. As Umi navigates her daily life, she develops a close bond with Shun Kazama, a member of the school's journalism club. Together, they embark on a mission to save the dilapidated Latin Quarter, a beloved clubhouse on campus.
Against the backdrop of their budding romance, Umi and Shun uncover a shared family secret that ties them together. As they strive to preserve their cherished memories and heritage, they find themselves caught up in a larger movement to honor the past while embracing the future.
- Themes of Heritage and Identity (300 words): "From Up on Poppy Hill" explores themes of heritage, identity, and the intergenerational connection to history. The film reflects on the struggles faced by the post-war generation in reconciling their past and the need to embrace a modernizing society. Umi's journey intertwines personal growth with a deeper understanding of her family's legacy and the importance of preserving cultural heritage.
- Artistic Visuals and Animation (250 words): As with many Studio Ghibli productions, "From Up on Poppy Hill" showcases stunning visuals and meticulous attention to detail. The animation captures the nostalgic atmosphere of 1960s Yokohama, depicting a vibrant and bustling city with its charming streets, bustling harbor, and iconic buildings. The hand-drawn animation style, combined with a warm color palette and fluid character movements, brings the world of Poppy Hill to life.
- Musical Score and Soundtrack (200 words): The film's soundtrack, composed by Satoshi Takebe, complements the narrative beautifully. The score features a blend of lively, nostalgic melodies that evoke a sense of yearning and reflection. The music creates an emotional resonance, enhancing key moments of introspection, friendship, and love throughout the story.
- Critical Reception and Impact (250 words): "From Up on Poppy Hill" received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The film was praised for its nuanced storytelling, endearing characters, and heartfelt exploration of themes. It struck a chord with viewers, resonating particularly with those who experienced the challenges of post-war Japan or identified with the universal themes of love, loss, and the pursuit of preserving cultural heritage.
The film's success contributed to Goro Miyazaki's growing reputation as a director and demonstrated Studio Ghibli's continued ability to captivate audiences with emotionally resonant narratives.
Conclusion (150 words): "From Up on Poppy Hill" is a poignant and visually captivating film that embodies the essence of Studio Ghibli's storytelling. Through its delicately woven narrative, exploration of themes, and stunning animation, the movie takes audiences on a nostalgic journey of self-discovery, young love, and the power of preserving cultural heritage. With its universal themes and timeless appeal, "From Up on Poppy Hill" solidifies its place among Studio Ghibli's enchanting repertoire and continues to touch the
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2023.06.02 06:41 RedStag86 $5k, looking for a used vehicle with cargo space
My 2008 Ford Escape probably needs a new engine if I want it to stop pouring oil all over the place, so I'm beginning to look at used car options. I have a budget of around $5,000, give or take. The Escape has an estimated trade in value of only $675, FWIW.
A main need is climate controlled cargo space. I am in video production professionally, so I do need to haul gear fairly regularly. A pickup truck is not an option because much of my gear doesn't love the cold Ohio winters. My Escape had what I would consider the baseline minimum amount of cargo space when the seats are down. I'm also 6'4", and honestly I don't think I could be physically comfortable in anything smaller than the Escape, either. Also going to need to put two car seats in it from time to time. Opposite of all that, I don’t really want a monster SUV like a Suburban size vehicle that is going to guzzle gas. Just something in the middle.
I also want something that is fairly reliable. Apart from the leak, the V6 in my Escape has performed admirably. I would not feel comfortable dropping down lower than 6 cylinders, both for power and general reliability and longevity. I'm surprised my Ford has done so well (about to hit 200,000 miles), but I need something more bulletproof. I know my budget is low, so that means older high mileage vehicles. Whatever I buy needs to perform well past 200,000 miles.
What currently has my attention is the Volvo XC70. The size, reliability, engine options and all wheel drive that I'm seeing in my price range for a 2008-2011 high millable (170,000-200,000 miles) model seem to fit the bill. If anyone has any personal experience with this model, any advice would be helpful, especially if you could tell me how easy they are to work on. I am by no means a mechanic, but I did manage to replace the alternator on our 2013 Honda Odyssey on my own. It took a while, but I did it. I am somewhat comfortable doing this level of work, but I don't intend to be taking engines apart or anything like that. Repair costs with a Volvo have be worried, but I would make sure anything I buy has a clean bill of health, so hopefully major issues won't arise.
I'd love to hear any additional recommendations for vehicles that fit these requirements. Just by reliability reputation alone, I'm interested in Toyota and Honda SUVs, Volvo,. No mini vans, please. We already have one and I'd rather have more variety in usability in our driveway.
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2023.06.02 04:15 goastnoats Best used midsize SUV for 20k?
My in-laws just lost their 2020 Honda Pilot to a collision and need help finding a replacement. Market sucks right now but I’m still going to attempt to help em out. How do we feel about the Highlander Hybrid? Car will be used to drive my kids (grandkids) around, transport a lawn mower and some tools/toolboxes, and other random odds and ends. The Pilot was a really good fit for them. But I prefer Toyota (have owned a Solara, 97 4Runner, 99 Land Cruiser, and now a 2022 Sienna Hybrid). The 2010-2012 Highlander Hybrid looks promising. Any thoughts or recommendations?
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2023.06.02 03:51 Kiki_Miso123 Compact/Mid-size SUV
Previous cars have been Subaru Outback, Honda CRV and Toyota Camry. I’d like to stick to Japanese or European cars (so +Mazda, VW). I need 4/All wheel drive, snow safe, able to carry a decent amount, reliable and ideally not super $$$ to repair. Current car is a 2011 CRV that has an expensive repair so I’m biting the bullet. I regularly drive 500 miles a month and do longer trips quarterly. I am hybrid curious. I’d probably put 20k down and finance the rest (ideally sub 40k). Something I can drive into the ground and is safe. Something that was produced between 2021 and now. I can wait as I have another daily driver so if waiting until October would make sense I’m down. I’ve never had to buy a car without my dads input so also any tips or tricks would be appreciated. Thanks!
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2023.06.02 03:25 EggandSpoon42 Tell me about your car stereos…
So I can’t think of anywhere else to put this, lol, cause I’m y’all and some of you can relate.
I’m sitting in my XLE Toyota Sienna listening to the bass drop Lil Nas’s horse (stick with me here), that has an actual great sound system. It’s old enough to be a cd combo, but I haven’t needed to replace it because it sounds really good, lol.
Which brought back that I used to really, really be into my car stereos. My first car - a 1977 Ford Granada I installed some JBL cassette system to replace the no joke 8 track (I put it below it though) and some affordable speakers for a 16 year old from Stereo World. But up until I was like, 35 - I was into it.
Maybe I’m not into as much anymore, maybe systems are getting better off the lot?
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2023.06.02 02:30 ApeBombSkate FL to ME
I’m driving from corner to corner of the continental US from the FL keys to Madawaska, Maine and back in my old Toyota Sienna over the course a week
Most of the way up would be up on I-95 but we’ll be driving through NY state for a bit to get up to Maine.
Besides new brakes and an oil change is there anything else recommend to do beforehand? Anything that I absolutely must stop at?
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2023.06.02 02:11 ApeBombSkate 1999 Toyota Sienna Sliding Door Only Open Halfway
2023.06.02 01:56 MrWeirdoFace Northern California - finding spots
So I've been treking across the US from Chicago through the southwest, but once I arrived in middle California, I'm having trouble locating affordable or free camp sites, at least on campendium.
For the record, I'm in Toyota Sienna and heavily reliant on my roof solar panels as I'm working remotely, so I can't go TOO far off the beaten path (because mini-van) and I need visible light. Right now I stopped to visit friends in Monte Rio (north bay) but I'll be headed back towards i5 soon. Any advice on finding campsites?
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2023.06.02 01:28 Halllogan21 Delivery date keeps getting pushed
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Got a Track bRed, good price MT, blah blah. Gave them my down payment, secured my APR, signed everything and was estimated late May for arrival. It was than pushed back to today, and now it’s pushed back to the 5th. Is this normal, coming from golf states, and this is what the dealer daily shows. submitted by Halllogan21 to GR86 [link] [comments]
2023.06.02 00:30 woolf1928 Working on Timing
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2023.06.01 23:41 monmon04 2011 prius. Do I need to replace the whole battery pack?
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I had the "check hybrid system" notification come on in my 2011 prius with 205,000 miles. Diagnostic came back and the mechanic is recommending a new battery. $3000 for the battery and $650 for labor. Says "cell 13" is weak. Do I need to replace the whole system or can I replace a single cell? Or should I go for a reconditioned battery? Any recommendations? I've seen mixed reviews on the mobile reconditioned battery replacements. Either way, I'd like to keep this repair under 2500 based on the current value of the car. submitted by monmon04 to prius [link] [comments]
2023.06.01 23:18 jagga322 2011 Toyota Rav4 push start button
Foot on the brake, the light on the button goes green push to start car. Sometimes the light goes red and cant start car. When this happens the brake pedal gets hard to push as well. ??
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2023.06.01 22:20 prjktTechnology Throwback Thursday
2023.06.01 21:56 existential_hope Oil Detected by Oil Cap-2015 Toyota Sienna w/103,000 miles.
I took my car to a Toyota dealer for free multi-point inspection.
After the inspection they told me that "oil was detected by oil cap" and my oil is "just a bit low".
I'm not too sure what that means. He said the oil was a little low and that there was a leak somewhere. They couldn't tell me more than that.
I change the oil every 3 months but last time I did it myself to save money. I last changed it in January of this year (6 months ago). I only put 2,000 miles on it since. I used a walk thru video to do it and encountered no issues.
I have not noticed any oil on our driveway.
What would do you think is happening with the oil?
How could I check it?
How could I fix it?
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2023.06.01 21:49 ButterscotchTop1964 Is this the correct automatic transmission fluid for a 2016 Scion tC u760e?
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2023.06.01 20:44 Dbartley4 Dealer didn’t give me an “as is” used vehicle warranty waver during sale, now sending a docusign to get that completed
Recently bought a 2021 Sienna used from a dealership (not a Toyota dealer). Did all the paperwork, drove home with the vehicle and now 6 days later they’re contacting me to get that document signed. Any reason I should be cautious of this? Should I get the vehicle checked prior to signing? First time buying from a dealer and just not sure what to do.
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2023.06.01 20:41 thatguy694201337 [EU] [W] 3k Duo looking for IM team (Rifler/AWP).
Duo searching for IM team. Nick:
20 y/o, 7k hours, playing CS since 2011, ~5 years team XP.
Language: English STEAM FACEIT
(3.5K elo peak) ESEA
(1x open playoffs, 1x lan) R0sKa:
17 y/o, 11k hours, playing CS since 2017, 5 years of team XP, no.98
in KZ worldwide.
Languages: English & Danish STEAM FACEIT
(3.6k elo peak) ESEA
(3x open playoffs, 15x lan) Last Season Stats:
|Name ||Kills/Deaths ||ADR |
|R0sKa ||281/215 ||80.49 |
|Nick ||269/255 ||81.49 |
Looking for IM spot. We are both very committed and grind every day together. Nick
is a confident rifler and can play any rifle role. Last season played rotator & 2nd entry/float roles on ct & t respectively - 58% entry success
is a system awper, with great movement and supportive utility. He's also very confident when taking early duels, and also doubles as an excellent rifler especially on T side. He had 63% opening duel success
, and 50+ trade kills
last season. Both are happy to do anything for the team, including but not limited to demo reviews, theory crafting utility/strats. Of course we are willing to travel if needed. We are available every day, and are always playing, so feel free to contact via the discord below. Contacts:
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2023.06.01 19:12 Creative_Skirt9150 Sell car?
I recently was given a 2013 Nissan Sentra. It has 100, 004 miles on it and except for the AC being stuck on high, it runs very well. The thing is I looked up how good of a car it was and it has terrible reviews. I saw I could get $6000 for it if I sold it privately. I also found some Toyotas and Hondas with the same milage for the same price. Should I sell the Nissan before it starts messing up and buy a Toyota or Honda since they are supposed to be the best cars that last forever, or should I just wait and see if the Nissan lasts?
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2023.06.01 18:51 MrXavier2012 Help choosing!
I have quite a few options here and have no idea what to pick. Whichever I do go with I will be doing a prepurchase inspection on I just need some help choosing. The silver 2010 i was quoted 5k OTD, the 2012 they'll do 5.5k for it. The corola they'll do 4.5k and needs an upstream 02 sensor. The blue 2010 they'll do 5.5k for it. The 09 Prius, which I'm leaning more towards cause of price is 3.3k. the 2011 is last preference as i cannot get a discount on it and they want the full 6.9k. if more infor will help I will add but of I can get some help I would really appreciate. TIA.
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2023.06.01 17:42 j3ffro I'm looking for a bike rack...
Hi everyone. I am becoming more and more of a cyclist and last year I started getting the whole family involved. Thus we want to start taking our bikes on some trips. We drive a Toyota Sienna( with no hitch) for those, does anyone have a good bike rack for 3 or 4 bikes to recommend? Thank you!
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