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I (23M) took a girl on a date to a movie I actually wanted to watch, which was a mistake I guess.

2019.04.06 03:42 Lanslarf I (23M) took a girl on a date to a movie I actually wanted to watch, which was a mistake I guess.

There was this girl I liked and had gone to high school with but lost touch after graduation. Well she recently started working at my families business so we reconnected. I finaly got up the guts to ask her out to the movies with the intention of hopefully having a good time and connecting. We decided to see Aquaman which was a movie I actually wanted to go see. That's where the conflict came in. During the movie I was trying to both watch the movie for real and also think of things to talk about. Few words were said during the movie and honestly it felt like an awkward date to me. Granted this was my first date in years and I'm a shy guy. But I feel like if it were a movie I was less invested in maeby I would have talked more. Idk if i messed up or what etiquit is. I don't date much so I'm clueless.
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2019.02.27 21:56 Harris_85 Blocked Account

Hi all.
I recently signed up to seeking.com and in my messages to women I mentioned money which got me blocked.
Getting blocked was completely my own fault. I am dissapointed with myself for misunderstanding the etiquite of the site and ruining my opportunity to find a sugar baby who I can spend time with and go on fun dates.
I am unable to sign up again as my card appears blocked.
Is there any way around this as I would like the opportunity to conduct myself in the correct manner on the site and find a genuine connection?
I understand if the people in this forum do not wish to help me.
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2018.09.06 18:27 Samboy456 Worst Character Of All Time in My Opinion

DAMIEN FUCKBOY
I can't stand this guy a look at his face makes me ill. While I don't like Emma with anyone who isn't Sean Damien is her worst relationship by far that Party Etiquite mini is horrible just because he was their he ruined everything in season 7 and why he was even a character pisses me off. He is a boring ass fuck actor and a character I will never ever understand how he got with Manny, Liberty and especially EMMA in one season. Also didn't him and Emma have a fight and dispize one another the season before and Sean was defending her so it makes no fucking sense for her to date fucking Damien. Their is literally nothing interesting about this fool if he just dated Manny and Liberty I wouldnt bat an eye lash but Emma that tooooooo faaaaar! FUCK DAMIEN AND FUCK THE WRITERS FOR TRYING TO BRING HIS LAME ASS BACk
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2017.10.10 23:43 imhkr Found Recordings of KZOK From 1977 - Your Mother Won't Like it Show

(Cross post from /seattle)
As a hobby I like collecting home recordings on reel to reel tapes. Mostly you often just get show tunes or stuff recorded off of LPs or the radio. If you're lucky, the home recorder will leave in commercials, DJ chatter etc. Finding reels with this stuff recorded on it feels like a time machine.
 
A few weeks ago I came across a set of old reels at the Deseret Industries thrift store on Aurora. All of them were labeled decently, so when I came across one that claimed to have "KZOK - Too HIGH Concert", I was excited.
 
While it didn't end up being what was labeled, I did find that the majority of the reel was a recording off of KZOK from April of 1977. Specifically it was a recording of the first half or so of a Radio program called Your Mother Won't Like It.
 
According to some research, Your Mother Won't Like It was a Sunday night show where listeners were brought into the studio to guest DJ for three hours. Guest DJs often brought their own music and did their own bumpers. I think this is an great concept.
 
The reel I had obtained seems to be recorded on either April 3rd or April 10th, 1977. I deduced this date because one of the bumpers advertised that Michael Franks was going to be playing "on the 15th at the Paramount Northwest", and looking through the Paramount Historic Theater Library I found he played there on April 15th, 1977.
 
The DJ is Mary Ann Syverstad (spelling?), a young girl who really likes Al Stewart.
 
I decided to rip and share this recording with /Seattle because I feel it's an extremely cool look back at a small bit of history of Seattle. You'll hear KZOK playing stuff that they still play to this day, commercials, and a random lucky listener stumble her way through what must have been a really cool evening. The links are below:
 
part 1
Part 2
 
Please note the following issues of this recording:
 
*This is a radio recording recorded at the slow speed of 3 3/4ips. So right off the bat the quality isn't the best.
 
*There are several clicks and pops throughout the recording. Part of this is likely due to dirty tape, part of it due to bad recording methods from the original taper. Audio cuts out of the left and right channel occasionally. Nothing super bad to damage your hearing/equipment, but more of just a gentle reminder that this is old.
 
*This is not a full recording of the show. There are likely more tapes from this taper somewhere out there that could have the second part of this. None of the reels I received have it however.
 
*Recording chain: - Teac A-6010 > Tascam DR-40 (recorded as .wav 16bit 44.1KHz) -> Audacity (Amplify to 0db and some minor click repair) ->LAME -V0.
 
Please enjoy. Annotated track listings below:
 
Part 1 (The original taper recorded some Boston songs off an LP for the end of this reel, likely over a part of the show:
 
0:00 - Bad Company - Movin On (Mostly missing) 1:00 - Super Tramp - Hide In Your Shell 7:41 - First announcement 7:53 - Ad for Big Red chewing gum 8:52 - Second announcement 8:56 - Eagles - Outlaw Man 12:16 - Al Stewart - Electric Los Angeles Sunset 15:59 - Ten Years After - Here They Come 20:16 - Bad Company - Good Lovin' Gone Bad 23:48 - Third Announcement 24:20 - Ad for Campus Music 24:53 - Fourth Announcement (Breaks in during commercial) 25:08 - Jefferson Starship - Miracles 31:55 - The Rolling Stones - Hand of Fate 36:19 - Fifth Announcement 36:26 - Cat Stevens - Foreigner Suite 54:32 - Sixth Announcement 55:03 - Ad for Everybody's Records Co 56:05 - Seventh Announcement 56:09 - The Who - Baba O'riley 1:01:05 - Daryl Hall & John Oates - Lady Rain 1:05:30 - Kansas - Carry On Wayward Son (cuts off at end due to recording over the tape to end of reel)
 
Part 2:
 
00:00 - Al Stewart - Night Of The 4th Of May 6:18 - 1st Announcement 6:27 - Ad for Michal Franks new album Sleeping Gypsy 7:21 - Second Announcement (Michael Franks in Concert at the Paramount Northwest on the 15th) 7:32 - Bad Company - Run With The Pack 12:29 - America - California Revisited 15:21 - Blue Oyster Cult - Sinful Love 18:44 - Eagles - Life in the Fast Lane 23:24 - Third Announcement 23:46 - ad for Bandstand Music 24:45 - Fourth Announcement 24:50 - America - Jet Boy Blue 27:58 - Al Stewart - The Dark and the Rolling Sea 32:43 - Styx - Prelude 12 34:00 - Suite Madame Blue 40:30 - Fifth Announcement 40:45 - Ad for Jafco 41:49 - Sixth Announcement 42:06 - Bad Company - Movin' On (Cuts off due to end of reel)
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2017.10.10 23:30 imhkr Found Recordings of KZOK From 1977 - Your Mother Won't Like it Show

As a hobby I like collecting home recordings on reel to reel tapes. Mostly you often just get show tunes or stuff recorded off of LPs or the radio. If you're lucky, the home recorder will leave in commercials, DJ chatter etc. Finding reels with this stuff recorded on it feels like a time machine.
 
A few weeks ago I came across a set of old reels at the Deseret Industries thrift store on Aurora. All of them were labeled decently, so when I came across one that claimed to have "KZOK - Too HIGH Concert", I was excited.
 
While it didn't end up being what was labeled, I did find that the majority of the reel was a recording off of KZOK from April of 1977. Specifically it was a recording of the first half or so of a Radio program called Your Mother Won't Like It.
 
According to some research, Your Mother Won't Like It was a Sunday night show where listeners were brought into the studio to guest DJ for three hours. Guest DJs often brought their own music and did their own bumpers. I think this is an great concept.
 
The reel I had obtained seems to be recorded on either April 3rd or April 10th, 1977. I deduced this date because one of the bumpers advertised that Michael Franks was going to be playing "on the 15th at the Paramount Northwest", and looking through the Paramount Historic Theater Library I found he played there on April 15th, 1977.
 
The DJ is Mary Ann Syverstad (spelling?), a young girl who really likes Al Stewart.
 
I decided to rip and share this recording with /Seattle because I feel it's an extremely cool look back at a small bit of history of Seattle. You'll hear KZOK playing stuff that they still play to this day, commercials, and a random lucky listener stumble her way through what must have been a really cool evening. The links are below:
 
part 1
Part 2
 
Please note the following issues of this recording:
 
*This is a radio recording recorded at the slow speed of 3 3/4ips. So right off the bat the quality isn't the best.
 
*There are several clicks and pops throughout the recording. Part of this is likely due to dirty tape, part of it due to bad recording methods from the original taper. Audio cuts out of the left and right channel occasionally. Nothing super bad to damage your hearing/equipment, but more of just a gentle reminder that this is old.
 
*This is not a full recording of the show. There are likely more tapes from this taper somewhere out there that could have the second part of this. None of the reels I received have it however.
 
*Recording chain: - Teac A-6010 > Tascam DR-40 (recorded as .wav 16bit 44.1KHz) -> Audacity (Amplify to 0db and some minor click repair) ->LAME -V0.
 
Please enjoy. Annotated track listings below:
 
Part 1 (The original taper recorded some Boston songs off an LP for the end of this reel, likely over a part of the show:
 
0:00 - Bad Company - Movin On (Mostly missing) 1:00 - Super Tramp - Hide In Your Shell 7:41 - First announcement 7:53 - Ad for Big Red chewing gum 8:52 - Second announcement 8:56 - Eagles - Outlaw Man 12:16 - Al Stewart - Electric Los Angeles Sunset 15:59 - Ten Years After - Here They Come 20:16 - Bad Company - Good Lovin' Gone Bad 23:48 - Third Announcement 24:20 - Ad for Campus Music 24:53 - Fourth Announcement (Breaks in during commercial) 25:08 - Jefferson Starship - Miracles 31:55 - The Rolling Stones - Hand of Fate 36:19 - Fifth Announcement 36:26 - Cat Stevens - Foreigner Suite 54:32 - Sixth Announcement 55:03 - Ad for Everybody's Records Co 56:05 - Seventh Announcement 56:09 - The Who - Baba O'riley 1:01:05 - Daryl Hall & John Oates - Lady Rain 1:05:30 - Kansas - Carry On Wayward Son (cuts off at end due to recording over the tape to end of reel)
 
Part 2:
 
00:00 - Al Stewart - Night Of The 4th Of May 6:18 - 1st Announcement 6:27 - Ad for Michal Franks new album Sleeping Gypsy 7:21 - Second Announcement (Michael Franks in Concert at the Paramount Northwest on the 15th) 7:32 - Bad Company - Run With The Pack 12:29 - America - California Revisited 15:21 - Blue Oyster Cult - Sinful Love 18:44 - Eagles - Life in the Fast Lane 23:24 - Third Announcement 23:46 - ad for Bandstand Music 24:45 - Fourth Announcement 24:50 - America - Jet Boy Blue 27:58 - Al Stewart - The Dark and the Rolling Sea 32:43 - Styx - Prelude 12 34:00 - Suite Madame Blue 40:30 - Fifth Announcement 40:45 - Ad for Jafco 41:49 - Sixth Announcement 42:06 - Bad Company - Movin' On (Cuts off due to end of reel)
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2014.11.16 15:52 jonathon8903 [Python] How can I make this program more efficient.

Alright let me start out by stating that I'm not a CS major or have any formal programming education. I'm learning things as I go and I don't have much oversight when it comes to making sure I am following proper programming etiquite.
I'm working on a program that parses our fire report system and inputs everything into a database. The system is web based so I basically just use Ghost.py to go through everything and parse it into a python dict format. The problem is that I am having to create a variable for everything from the Call's date to the Call Type and I am sure there has got to be a better way to do it than like 30 variables.
Here is the method that I use to collect variables:
def getCallInfo(self): """Once on Call Page, Gets Info about Call""" callNumber = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('Number_MilePost')[0].value; x;")[0] callLocType = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('LocationType')[0]; var strUsr = x.options[x.selectedIndex].text;strUsr;")[0] callRoomNumber = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('AptNum')[0].value;x;")[0] callstreetPrefix = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('AddressPre')[0]; var strUsr = x.options[x.selectedIndex].text;strUsr;")[0] callstreetName = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('Street_Hwy')[0].value;x;")[0].upper() callstreetType = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('StreetType')[0]; var strUsr = x.options[x.selectedIndex].text;strUsr;")[0] callstreetSuffix = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('AddressSuf')[0]; var strUsr = x.options[x.selectedIndex].text;strUsr;")[0] callCity = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('City')[0].value; x;")[0] callState = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('LocationState')[0]; var strUsr = x.options[x.selectedIndex].text;strUsr;")[0] callZip = int(self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('Zip')[0].value; x;")[0]) callStation = self.ghost.evaluate("var station = document.getElementsByClassName('headerdata')[3].textContent; station;")[0] IncidentDate = self.ghost.evaluate("var incDate = document.getElementsByClassName('headerdata')[2].textContent; incDate;")[0].encode("utf8") IncidentFDID = self.ghost.evaluate("var incfdid = document.getElementsByClassName('headerdata')[0].textContent; incfdid;")[0] IncidentNumber = self.ghost.evaluate("var incDate = document.getElementsByClassName('headerdata')[4].textContent; incDate;")[0] """Move to Incident Type Page""" self.ghost.evaluate("formSubmit('IncidentType')", expect_loading=True) IncidentType = self.ghost.evaluate("var y = document.getElementsByName('IncidentType');y[0].value;")[0] AlrmHr = int(self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('AlarmHr')[0]; x.value;")[0]) AlrmMin = int(self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('AlarmMin')[0]; x.value;")[0]) AlarmTime = str(AlrmHr)+":"+str(AlrmMin) callShift = self.ghost.evaluate("var x = document.getElementsByName('ShiftPlat')[0]; x.value;")[0].encode("utf8") """Compose Dictionary of Variables""" finalDict = {"Location":{"NumbeMilepost":callNumber,"Location Type":callLocType, "Apt./Room":None if callRoomNumber == "" else callRoomNumber,"StreetPrefix":None if callstreetPrefix == "Select Prefix" else callstreetPrefix, "Street/Highway": callstreetName, "Street Type":callstreetType, "Street Suffix": None if callstreetSuffix == "Select Suffix" else callstreetSuffix, "City": callCity, "State": callState, "Zip Code": callZip},"Incident Info":{"Incident Date":IncidentDate,"Incident Time":AlarmTime,"Incident Type": IncidentType, "Incident Number": int(IncidentNumber)},"Station/Dept. Info": {"FDID":int(IncidentFDID), "Station":callStation,"Shift":callShift}} return finalDict 
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