Cvs 120th and hawthorne
Take a break, rest a little.
2017.12.12 07:35 minindo Take a break, rest a little.
A place to stay before journeying again.
2021.07.13 21:09 Shamo_123 Abbottabad
Abbottabad ایبٹ آباد, is the capital city of Abbottabad District in the Hazara region of eastern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is the 40th largest city in Pakistan and sixth largest in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by population. It is about 120 km (75 mi) north of Islamabad-Rawalpindi and 150 km (93 mi) east of Peshawar, at an altitude of 1,256 m (4,121 ft). Kashmir lies to the east.
2013.05.04 03:00 WhiskeyBerries River Monsters
Dedicated to all things River Monsters.
2023.05.31 01:28 Clobber420 Was funny to find these during a CVS trip when I've been stalking WM and Target (and not finding anything) so frequently!
2023.05.31 01:05 Good-Cut-8012 Was looking for pokemon at a random cvs and happened upon these
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2023.05.31 00:49 rosecitytransit The Friends of Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland's oldest, offer tours the 1st and 2nd Saturdays of each month. See Lovejoy, Hawthorne, Lownsdale, Chapman, others.
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2023.05.31 00:33 Joeyplantstrees Edible Trees leaves of Ohio
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Just realized I didn’t post this here when I joined the group. Not sure how many people will be interested in this, but recently I read Eric Toensmeier’s great research on trees with edible leaves (https://perennialagriculture.institute/2023/01/10/trees-with-edible-leaves-pais-latest-publication/
) but since it’s focused on trees for agricultural crops it doesn’t address trees with edible leaves already in landscape in Ohio, other than Mulberry and nonnative Linden species. Since I was already making foraging guides, and edible tree leaves are completely unheard of in most Americans diets, I made this.
Along with providing abundant fruit from the plethora of trees that birds love to spread around, the leaves of Mulberry (Morus sp.) are also edible. Called tut in the Middle East where they are consumed as a salad vegetable or used in wraps for things such as dolmas, they can be eaten raw or cooked or dried and used as a spice. Their abundance makes them a great tree “hay” for pets or livestock too, and their rapid growth means the wood can be coppiced for sustainable wood source. As with most of the trees mentioned here, you can also tap them for syrup.
Hickories, along with providing a variety of different edible nuts like pecans and shagbark, shell bark, and pignut hickory, and can be tapped for syrup like maple trees, some also have edible leaves when they’re young (although they are slightly bitter raw). Bitternut hickory (Carya cordiformis) leaves aren’t edible because they contain juglone (the allelopathic chemical Black Walnut trees are known for) and rarely pecan (Carya illinoinensis) can cause an allergic reaction.
American Linden Trees (tilia Americana) also called Lime Trees, or American basswood contain many edible parts, including the leaves. They can be tapped for syrup, you can eat the flowers, and the seeds can be ground up and used as a chocolate substitute. The young leaves are rich in vitamin C, calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Zinc. The inner bark can be harvested from spring into early summer and cooked like a vegetable, but this shouldn’t be done unless a tree is being thinned or pruned or an emergency situation since this will severely weaken the tree.
Hawthorne Trees (Crataegus species) along with having sweet-tart berries also have edible leaves. They are safe to eat raw, but are tough and fibrous and require cooking to really be palatable. The flowers are also edible, which is often the case with species with edible fruit. Another little known edible part is the thorns, sometimes called thorn berries, which have been traditionally used as a digestive aide.
Along with having young edible, Birch (Betula sp.) surprise, suprise, can also be tapped for syrup. Twigs can also be chewed for a sweet minty flavor, or added to tea. The inner bark can also be made into a flower, used by cultures all over the world. Anishanabe call it Wiigwaas, the Athabaskan call it Kaa'gum, it’s called Maskepära in Estonia, Berkenbast by the Dutch and Masura in Russia.
The sassafras tree has the distinction in this list of heterophylly (having different leaf shapes). They can have trilobed, unlobed, and mitten-shaped leaves, all on the same tree. The tree also has a very characteristic smell and taste. Absolutely every part of the tree is edible. The root was traditionally used to make root beer, use the inner bark, eat leaves and twigs, and it even has a little known edible fruit. It is worth noting that the FDA has banned sassafras as a food additive due to links between safrole and liver cancer risk but in fairness the amounts fed to rats in the studies cited are far and above beyond anything a human would regularly consume even if all they drank was root beer. The real reason it was banned is that safrole is a precursor to synthesizing MDMA.
White pine (pines stribus) along with most pine species also have edible needles, most commonly used to make tea. They are extremely high in vitamin C, especially in the winter months when other sources are less abundant. The pollen can also be eaten of used like a flour, use the sap like a chewing gum, and some species produce pine nuts. You can also again tap them for syrup with certain species like sugar pine (Pinus lambertiana) producing particularly good syrup. While many other conifer trees are also edible, not all are. All parts of Yew, except the flesh of berries, are toxic. Proper research is necessary before consuming other conifer trees.
On top of being the go to species for syrups, Maple trees(Acer sp) also have edible leaves. The can be eaten raw when young, or you can go the Japanese route and make momiji no shiozuke もみじの塩漬け and clean and preserve leaves in salt. Maple spinners can also can be harvested to eat the seed, that can be roasted and are quite delicious.
Aside from having the distinction of surviving the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki including “A-bomb ginkgo” that was only a mile away from the epicenter of Little Boy, the living fossil ginkgo (ginkgo biloba) also has edible leaves and nut. The fruit of ginkgo is toxic, and smells horrible, but the inner seed is edible after cooking. When eaten in large quantities or over a long period, it may cause poisoning by ginkgotoxin. The study of this toxin is fairly new, but ginkgo has been consumed for a long time in Asian cuisines. Eat at your own caution, but I would suggest eating seeds in moderation and only using the leaves sparingly or in teas. It can also be tapped for syrup, but I’ve never heard of anyone doing it and the sap can cause skin reactions so I’d skip trying this one.
Finally, on top of delicious beech nuts, beech leaves are edible, and so are the young shoots. You’ll be happy to know you can also tap it for syrup.
This is far from a comprehensive list. There are other edible tree leaves where I am, and even more around the world. Poster illustrated by me, available as prints on my Etsy joeydrawspictures.
2023.05.31 00:24 xbelle1 Order issued
2023.05.31 00:02 InnerCityTrendy AFL terminates investigation into alleged racism at Hawthorn, making no adverse findings against Alastair Clarkson and Chris Fagan
2023.05.30 23:14 redifredi CVS haul tonight-- rec's for scrubs, soaps, and relaxing beauty items (dry/normal skin)
I'd love to hear some of your drugstore showebath/relaxation favorites!
My skin is dry-normal, so things that are moisturizing are always good.
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2023.05.30 23:05 hereizabraincell Changed careers, but finding it difficult to get new roles.
I am 36. I got into net security two years ago. I got an online msc in networking from my native country, a small european country nobody knows, and i got a job in the uk. But the job itself is very project based and im not enjoying it at all, its not hands on, and im not getting any younger. And thats something even recruiters tell me... The team is very disorganised, we dont get along, it gets toxic at times, its very far from what i wouldve liked. Ive sent a lot of CVs, but i keep getting rejected. I had a couple of discussions with recruiters who tell me that i probably need an MSc in cs from a UK Uni and perhaps a certificate as well to stand out at this age and with a different background. I am not sure what to do. The company wont pay for comptia, or any degree. So, i need to decide if i will quit to pursue a uk MSc, or if ill stay in this role i hate. Do you think a UK degree would make a difference? Im not sure what to do, im really confused about what to do.
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2023.05.30 22:53 MysteriousRock8166 Urine test
Hey guys need some help or insight. I did some adderall Friday 12pm (20mgs). Just took a urine test for work. Kinda worried it’s still in my system. Went to cvs and got a instant test a few hours later and passed. Is there a possibility I might fail the other one? Did the math it’s been 92 hours
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2023.05.30 22:51 ZackMarkham Sales advice for a new buisness?
I've just started my own buisness and fortunately was able to start with a good chunk of routework. I have experience in sales in the window cleaning industry, but there is still a lot I would like to learn about the process. Does anybody have any tips or advice on landing big corporate jobs that have many locations? Places like McDonalds, Starbucks, CVS etc. I would also really like to know how some of you are pick up big waterfed pole, or post-construction jobs. Any and all advice on the subject of sales is greatly appreciated!!
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2023.05.30 22:46 Old_Heart_7780 Order Issued 5/30/2023
05/30/2023 Order Issued The Court, having had the defendant's Motion to Quash Subpoena under advisement, now grants the Motion to Quash the Subpoena Duces Tecum directed to Westville Correctional Facility relating to defendant's mental health records, mental health evaluations and/or exams, medical documentation and/or medical evaluations. The Motion to Quash the Subpoena Duces Tecum directed to Westville Correctional Facility regarding audio/video recordings, written observations, recordings, phone calls, written requests, or other documentation is denied. The Motion to Quash the Subpoena Duces Tecum directed to CVS Headquarters is denied. The defense Motion to Reconsider and Request for Due Process Hearing ordered set for hearing June 15, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. The hearing currently set on defendant's request for bail is ordered converted to a hearing on defendant's Motion to Suppress. Judicial Officer: Gull, Frances -SJ Order Signed: 05/25/2023
So if I’m reading this right the judge has ruled in favor of the defense to quash the Westville subpoena for Allen’s mental health records.
Judge denied the Motion to Quash the prosecutors access regarding audio/video recordings, written observations, recordings, phone calls, written requests, or other documentation. The prosecution gets to access to his phone calls, written observations (were his jailhouse buddies assigned to watch him taking notes on what he was saying?).
The prosecution also gets a win on The Motion to Quash the Subpoena Duces Tecum directed to CVS Headquarters is denied. Im guessing the prosecutor will be getting his employment records— I would think there would be all kinds of good stuff on his employee record to see.
Am I reading it wrong. Anyone else have an opinion on todays motions?
Edit/spelling and add a question about Motion to change bail hearing to Motion to Suppress hearing. Are they trying to suppress something Allen said to his jail handlers at Westville? Or maybe to suppress his employment records at CVS? Or are they wanting to suppress evidence in the prosecutions hands regarding a confidential informants statement regarding what was found in Allen’s backyard behind his shed, which I think is what led investigators to revisit the judge for a broader search warrant PCA to her inside Allen’s home on October 13, 2022. We do know from news reports there was a lull in the search around noon that day. It was described by a witness saying the search activities ceased in the backyard, and after a wait with everyone sitting outside, including both the Allen’s and investigators— the investigators were then seen going inside the house. I suspect the investigators found enough evidence behind his shed, which allowed them to go back to the judge with a new search warrant that included the inside of the house. I make this speculation based on the fact that a confidential informants statement was concerning the fact they burned bloody clothing behind the houses in both Peru and Delphi. Once they found enough of what they were looking for in ashes found behind his shed— allowed them probable cause to get inside the house. Once they found the gun matching the bullet extraction markings on the unfired bullet— they had him. The backyard evidence found in the ashes was only a means for which the investigators were ultimately able to get inside the guys house and confiscate his gun.
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2023.05.30 22:46 jac0209 Is it just generic Adderall that's not working, or is it name brand too? Can you switch to name brand?
Hi everyone. As I'm sure everyone on here already knows, there has been a lot of discussion about people feeling like their Adderall or Vyvanse isn't as strong lately or doesn't even work at all. I am prescribed 20mg IR Adderall, and CVS gives me the generic version. Looking at the bottle, the manufacturer is Sandoz. Unfortunately it just doesn't seem to be working the same for me anymore. When I take it, it barely seems to do anything for me. And some days it seems like it does absolutely nothing at all.
I don't think it's a tolerance issue, as I make sure to not take it at least two days a week to give my body a break & help reduce tolerance buildup, and I also didn't start having this problem until around the same time other people started experiencing it as well (for context, I started noticing it not working for me anymore but thought I was either going crazy or somehow already built up a tolerance to 20mg, but then after doing some searching online I learned that other people were having the same problem).
Anyways, to get to my point, are people that take name brand Adderall having this problem too or is it only people who take generic? If it's only happening to people who take generic, can I ask CVS to switch me to name brand? I have good insurance and I believe it will cover at least a portion of name brand Adderall, but if it doesn't cover it I can afford to pay out of pocket for it. CVS just automatically put me on generic when I first started taking it, and I'm not sure if people can ask to be put on name brand instead so I figured I'd ask here and also get people's insight on if this issue is only happening with generic.
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2023.05.30 22:11 Puzzleheaded_Eye8771 Damn I love CVS coupons.
Alright so I had to go to CVS to pick up some medication. I’m broke until tomorrow and the cat has been bitching at me for weeks about not having any wet food. ANYWAY! I had $10 in extra cash coupons and then there were a bunch of other ones I sent to my extra care card. One was a 30% entire purchase. CVS is pretty amazing because you can stack coupons which is exactly what I did. My $16.13 total came to $0!
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2023.05.30 21:51 EchoJobs SpaceX is hiring Sr. Automation and Controls Engineer, Consumer Hardware (Starlink) USD 130k-180k Hawthorne, CA
2023.05.30 21:47 meticulous_meerkat Motion to Quash Subpoenas- Updates 5/30/2023
2023.05.30 21:46 Difficult_Appeal9279 Career change options
I left CVS (former SM) several years ago and often see people who feel stuck in retail and unsure of other career options available. From my experience,here are some options to consider if you’re looking for a change. I hope this helps. First, Banks… banks love people who have experience in customer facing roles and offer many positions based on your experience from teller, to management, to banker, to loan originators. There is a lot of upward mobility and on the job training available. Second is recruiting. If you have experience hiring, a job in recruitment can offer a generous base salary as well as commissions. Many firms offer hybrid or work from home positions which is great for those who live in areas with with limited employment options. Our retail partners Advantage, SAS and CROSSMARK offer opportunities for merchandising, team leads and management. Many of their positions pay anywhere from $16-$30 an hour. Sales positions with Coke, Pepsi and RedBull are a great option for those who like to work in multiple locations and many times will give preference in hiring to those with retail experience.If you’re looking for part time opportunities, Hallmark is always an option as well. These are just a few of many options available and can be a good place to start. Hope this helps if you feel stuck. Good luck!
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2023.05.30 21:42 gorzaporp Trying to help my families restaurant to get sold...
My family owns a decent sized diner on a nice lot in a great location. They lease the property. They have a good business and are successful But cannot find a buyer to take over the business. They have been trying for several years to no avail.
My question is, where can we go or how could we advertise to sell the rights to lease the property to a bigger corporation? This would be a perfect spot for a cvs, Walgreens, TD Bank, et cetera. The real estate agents that my family have been using are mostly trying to find other restaurant. /diner owners who are looking to buy an established diner. But this route has not been working. Any input or ideas are much appreciated.
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2023.05.30 21:10 EchoJobs SpaceX is hiring Sr. Automation and Controls Engineer, Consumer Hardware (Starlink) USD 130k-180k Hawthorne, CA
2023.05.30 21:05 HopDavid Is Tyson a practicing astrophysicist?
2023.05.30 21:03 pkelly812 Multicultural, mixed, and bilingual families. No one told me about this.
To multicultural, mixed, and bilingual families. Kudos.
My wife (35f) is from Mexico and I (35m) am from the USA. We have 3 beautiful children, live in the suburbs of Philadelphia, USA, and have been married for almost 9 years. It’s been a helluva journey. After dating for 18 months, we were married legally (within 3 weeks of engagement) and then did the full wedding/reception 6 months later.
My wife is brown and I am white. Our kids are white. There are a lot of things I wasn’t prepared for and I wanted to share because I wish someone would have told me. While I am not an immigrant - I live with/am in love with one. It’s been a long journey with a lot of listening, changes, and sacrifice. Here are some things I wish I was told.
- Holidays are not the same in other countries...and they can be tough. Why would this be important?? Because so many good memories come from holidays. Who knew that Children’s Day, Grandparents Day, Day of the Dead, Mexican Independence Day (not Cinco de Mayo), and Las Posadas (early-late Dec) were such a big deal?? Just like July 4th or other American holidays - these are cultural staples! Not being able to celebrate a holiday fully can be difficult for someone from another country. They also don’t have an attachment to our holidays so they don’t know the nuances of each holiday like we do. This can be overwhelming because most people want to “get it right” with their in-laws, especially at the beginning of a marriage.
- Being an immigrant takes a toll on mental health. It can be lonely. I wish I would have known how helpful therapy could have been for both of us in that transition. Mental health is a pretty taboo topic in Mexico. The “machismo” culture is strong but is slowly beginning to change. My wife has no family living in the states but we see her parents at least every 3-6 months (whether we travel or they travel). It’s harder to see friends because it is expensive to travel so often. Maintaining relationships can be very challenging especially with 3 kids and both of us running our own businesses. Also, traveling with 3 kids is both draining and expensive!
- Co-Parenting with two different cultures and languages is humbling. We all have cultural and family baggage. But man…I was not ready for this! Juggling both cultures/languages in a family can be challenging. My Spanish is ok (allllllways working on it). My wife’s English is fantastic. She speaks mostly Spanish to our kids regardless of where we are. I’ve seen first hand how much more of an effort she has to put into her culture than I do. Our kids are learning my culture without me saying a thing. My wife has to try and teach our kids about her culture at every moment she gets (I help too!).
- Racism is a constant reality. My wife is native looking and has 3 white children. She is often thought to be the nanny/au pair and has to worry about way more than I do when navigating normal life. Speaking Spanish to 3 white children in public is also something that makes them stick out, especially in a white area. My dad asked me if my wife was legal when we first started dating. At the time it didn’t really register with me as potentially racist (over 10 years ago) but now I realize how ignorant a question like that can be. Sure, if someone is undocumented there can be some difficulties. But is that really important enough to be one of the first things discussed? Does that change how you would treat them?
- I hear the phrase, “It’s so great that you’re teaching your kids another language! I wish I spoke another language.” My Spanish is not that great but I have been able to help Spanish speakers who are having trouble communicating with others (in supermarkets, CVS…etc). I’ve also been to Mexico at least 15 times and not in touristy areas. I guess the biggest part is actually trying to communicate and learn. Language learning is a part of American culture that we have not prioritized. Many children from other countries are learning two languages at an early age and yet this has not changed in the US. The data is pretty conclusive that learning multiple languages is amazing for our brains.
- Extended families may not understand what you’re going through. All marriages have their difficulties and extended families can be tough regardless. But a different culture and language can add different challenges. I’ve also come to realize that Americans don’t know much about other cultures unless they’ve experienced them. My wife knew surprisingly more about the US than I did about Mexico (shocker). The most difficult part has been a broken relationship with my parents, mainly my mother. My wife and my mother do not have a great relationship. It has been a very long 4-5 years of getting to a point of stability and it affected my entire extended family. While the door is open for my mother to be a part of our lives, she doesn’t try. I had a very close relationship with my mother and I had hoped that her desire to be near her grandkids would help her to change. But that hasn’t happened and we don’t see my parents nearly as frequently as most would expect. Religion also plays a role in this (my mother is very Catholic and my wife/nuclear family are not). There is definitely some negative bias from this even though most of my siblings are no longer Catholic.
I know that I can only speak to what I’ve experienced and others may have not had these issues in a mixed family. My biggest hope is to find a way to bring others together and not separate. Learning about others/cultures can only help to build bridges (even if we are constantly seeing the opposite in politics/media). Thanks for letting me rant, Reddit. I hope this helps at least one person who is considering a mixed/multicultural/bilingual marriage.
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2023.05.30 21:02 Zealousideal_Yak9518 Is there a part number or who to order from?
2023.05.30 20:45 Competitive-Low-8060 Does CVS require Covid vaccination for employment?
I’m thinking about applying to CVS and was wondering if they require vaccination in 2023. Does it depend on the state, position, or is it the same policy for all employees? Do they accept reasonable accommodations? I know that it was required at one point, but wasn’t sure if the requirement was lifted since then.
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