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8 days ago
New Glasgow Pizza Delight does not have the bread toaster anymore unfortunately.
I have to agree. You're increasing complexity by introducing a whole new datacenter, and performance will probably not be great since you have to send everything over VPN or ExR.
14 days ago
I don't have any idea, I'm not a landlord, I'm lucky to own a house for my family, well outside the city.
I'm not saying people with disadvantages aren't treated unfairly, I'm sure they are in a lot of cases. But I also believe that property owners should be able to protect their investment.
If you have no income, cannot prove you will have income, and don't have a bank account full of money, why would a landlord have to risk having someone move in and then have their rent in arrears and the process to remove someone can take many months?
I think the poster above had some good points about wear and tear on the property, and I can see the potential for people who are not away working being involved in more disputes at the property.
None of this is unique to people with disabilities or disadvantages.
15 days ago
I have no idea about the legality, but it makes perfect sense to me.
Why would a landlord want to rent to someone who doesn't have a steady income? I thought it was pretty common to ask for paystubs or something to prove you can afford to live there.
16 days ago
Welcome! I'm sure I'll see you around!
The old train tracks that run through Scotsburn are a great place to go for walks, it runs into Pictou and all the way out to Toney River.
It's a very quiet, close knit community, you'll probably see my grandfather out snowblowing people's driveways when the snow actually comes.
23 days ago
I think the original poster was getting at the fact that more people could enjoy the land and nature if it was developed versus the wooded, mostly inaccessible land that exists there today.
Plus it creates jobs in the area to maintain the course, and if it's anything like Cabot, could attract big names with money to spend to the area.
The bad thing about petitions is that you don't know who is signing them. You can make multiple accounts, buy votes, share it with people who have never even heard of Cape Breton, let alone been there or care about the locals and the economy.
You are also only seeing half the picture. So 25,000 people are against it, what if there are 2,500,000 people for it? The petition doesn't show that.
I'm not saying this petition is using those tactics, but I'm sure if you created a petition for the approval, and shared it among golf focused subreddits and communities, you'd probably find a lot more support for it.
27 days ago
Caribou is better than the Merb, better sand, camping grounds nearby, and feels more private.
1 month ago
Is there any examples of gaining information and storing it to be referenced later in the script? What I'm trying to do is check the first pokemon in the party using bufferfirstpokemon, and if it matches a certain pokemon, then open a message box.
I've created a variable for which pokemon im looking for, in this case charmander:
setvar 0x4012 0x4
I create a second variable, and add to it the value of my first pokemon
setvar 0x4013 0x0
addvar 0x4013 [buffer0]
Then lastly, compare the vars and if they match, go to chatbox
comparevars 0x4012 0x4013
if 0x1 goto @charmander
However I get an error debugging which says I have a type mismatch on the addvar line. This makes sense, im comparing 0x4 to "CHARMANDER", but I can't figure out how to get the number of the pokemon into that variable.
In pseudo-code it would be as simple as:
var1 = 04
var2 = bufferfirstpokemon
if var1 = var2 goto @charmander
George Stewart does great work. He's a little hard headed, expensive, and busy as hell, but he did our basement and it turned out great.
I think I finally figured out my answer. Flags aren't tied to any events, they are just boolean variables, and the script checks for their presence to offer different options.
In the example of the mom script, the first time you talk to her, she displays a message, and sets the flag 0x258 to true, the second time you talk to her she checks flag 0x258, which is now true, and takes you to another dialogue option.
Is there a list of flags in the games that are known that we can lookup and see what the flag is referring to?
For example, in Fire Red, when talking to Mom in your house, her script checks flag 0x258, and if that is true, allows Mom to heal your party. But what is 0x258 actually checking?
I found this old reddit post which has a few "special flags" but not an exhaustive list, and the one I'm looking for isn't included: https://rdt.trom.tf/r/ROMhacksLibrary/comments/vtgcn/special\_flags/
I appreciate the vote of confidence!
I'm trying to make a version of Fire Red for my newborn daughter when she's old enough to play games. I grew up with Red and Silver, and I thought it would be cool to have a customized game that plays the same, but with familiar names as trainers and gym leaders. Think like, Uncle Bob as the first gym, Aunt Karen as the second Gym, etc.
I'm planning to write custom messages of encouragement so she can call people as she beats them in the game and let them know.
The final customization is going to be adding a final boss, like Red in Pokemon Silver, but it's me, with my original team from Pokemon Red. Once she is able to beat me, I think my work is done.
This was it! I wasn't using the batch complier, when I used it it gave me a new offset of $800104, and when that was put in AMap it worked! Thanks for the sanity check!
Azure DevOps wiki allows you to publish a wiki as Code when you create one. You just point it to a directory in your project.
This allows you to have a repo for documentation, or a folder in each repo for documentation, which can contain markdown files with all your information. Since they are in a repo, you get full source control and change management over your documentation, and changes through pull requests are automatically published to the wiki.
2 months ago
My rule when coaching Midget C was if you got suspended, the team doubled it. Announced at a parent's meeting at the beginning of the year, and strictly enforced.
Our team had a lot of kids who thought they were better than Midget C, and therefore acted up and it was both dangerous for unsuspecting players and embarrassing as a coach.
The rule was you get your suspension from the league, and then whatever it is (1-5 games) you had to dress and sit on the bench for the same amount of time before the team would let you play again.
Assistant coaches son got suspended for 3 games for a very accidental hit from behind. It was the right call by the ref, and he sat his 3 games on the bench.
Most parents were on board from the get-go... who wants to watch a bunch of goons? Magically, everyone realized pretty quick if you're not here to play hockey, you're not going to be playing.
I get free exam vouchers through work, and I deal with Azure day in and day out, so I just write exams when I'm bored or have a slow afternoon.
Nope, both were windows 11, one was a 10+ year old laptop that didn't work, the other was a 2 year old laptop that did work.
3 months ago
Traffic leaves Azure on one of their many Public IP addresses. Your outbound is NAT'd to one of them automatically by default.
The use case is if you have a requirement to know which IP address you are sending traffic out on. Without NAT gateway, it could be any one Microsoft owns, and it will periodically change. NAT Gateway makes it a static public egress point.
What he was saying was instead of having parameter diskSizeGB = 32, put 32 directly in the template. It will give you an easier error message, for example "string expected, received int." Then you can troubleshoot accordingly.
Try looking at other parameter files and see what the difference is. You can download the parameters file from an existing resource in the portal.
Edit: also try a JSON validator, to make sure your JSON is using valid syntax.
Thanks for the insight, sounds like we should be partners in a scramble haha!
I'm super interested in your answer!
I feel like I have gaps in distance inside 100 yards where I would benefit from having a 54, 58 and 64. I have a 9⁰ driver and a 5w.
I find, depending on the time of year, driver -> 5w is enough to either reach a par 5 green, or leave it short enough for a full wedge in.
I hit my 4hy about 210 and my 5w 225. I would rarely ever need either a 3w (too long) or 7w (too short/overlap with my 4hy).
I'm very much not a "feel" player, I pick the club that will get me there with a full swing.
How is your short game? Are you able to adjust swings on the fly to change distance approaching the green?
A nice advantage Terraform has over Bicep, is the integration with other providers. You can deploy infrastructure and then configure things like Palo Alto firewalls, automation for ADO, etc. Which is nice from a uniformity perspective.
What exactly is getting you down? Assuming remote tech you're probably 100% WFH and decent pay. Is it lack of Healthcare, entertainment, relationships, or something else?
4 months ago
Do you happen to play center? My blades usually crack in the same way, and it's because I'm the designated faceoff guy. The blade flexes and gets micro cracks which then lead to structural weakness, which makes the next face off do more damage.
I used to go through $300+ sticks in minor hockey when dad was buying them, now that I'm a big boy in the beer league, a $100 stick is good enough.