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2023.05.31 01:05 NolanRunsUltra Has anyone had this issue with their accord?
I’ve got a ton of lights on my dash in my 2014 Honda Accord EX and can’t figure out what’s wrong. I’ve replaced the battery and the alternator and nothing has changed. Has anyone experienced this before/does anyone know how to fix?submitted by NolanRunsUltra to Honda [link] [comments]
2023.05.31 01:03 NolanRunsUltra 2014 Honda Accord lights
Recently a few lights came on in my 2014 Honda Accord EX, and I can’t figure out what is wrong with the car. At first I thought it was the battery so I got a brand new battery, but that lights stayed on. Then I got the alternator tested at auto zone and they said to replace the alternator. I replaced that and the lights came back on shortly after that. Right now I’m starting to think it’s something wrong with the ABS but not 100% sure where to start. Could be the abs sensor or the module. Anyone have any ideas how to fix this? Thank you for your time.submitted by NolanRunsUltra to MechanicAdvice [link] [comments]
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2023.05.31 00:03 JoshAsdvgi The Daughter of the Sun - Morning Star
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The Daughter of the Sun - Morning Star
The Daughter of the Sun Morning Star
“Morning Star, the star that shines brightest when all other stars go dim, the star that shines not with its own light but with the light of the Sun…”
Note: In most but not necessarily all cases, old Cherokee stories refer to the Sun as female.
According to the old ones, the house of the Sun is in the east, beyond the sky dome, but the Daughter of the Sun used to live in the middle of the sky.
Every day, in her travels, the Sun stopped at her daughter’s house for lunch.
It was at this hottest part of the day that the Sun would also pause to look down at her grandchildren on the earth.
When she saw the people squinting back up at her, the Sun grew angry.
“My grandchildren hate me!” the Sun exclaimed to her brother, the Moon.
“Just see how they scrunch up their faces whenever they look my way.”
In her wrath, the Sun grew hotter and hotter, until all the crops dried up.
In desperation, the people looked high and low for a solution to the problem.
Finally, the Little People came up with what seemed to be a logical solution.
Now, the Little People are spirit folk.
There are some spirit people who are good and some who are bad.
The Little People have much in common with us human beings, in that, they can go either way.
They may be helpful, or they may be mischievous.
They may act wisely, or their actions may prove hurtful.
Here’s what the Little People did in this situation:
They changed two men into snakes.
The first they changed into the Spread-Head snake.
The second was transformed into the Copperhead.
These two were instructed to travel up the sky vault, to wait at the house of the Daughter of the Sun.
“When the Sun arrives outside her daughter’s door,” the Little People said, “strike quickly with your deadly fangs.”
The two snakes slithered away to accomplish their task, but when the Sun arrived, her light so blinded the Spread-Head that when he struck, he forgot to even open his mouth to bite. He flattened his nose against the Sun.
Then, in his fright, he rolled on his back and played dead, stinking like a rotting carcass, just as he does to this day.
The Sun called him a nasty thing and went on into her daughter’s house.
The Copperhead was so afraid; he crawled quickly away without even trying to bite, and so these two returned to the earth.
After this first failure, the Little People decided to try again.
They changed two more men into snakes.
One of these became the Rattlesnake.
The other became the Uktin, the Great Horned Serpent.
So, you see, all of these four: the Spread-Head,the Copperhead, the Rattlesnake and the Uktin were once men.
Well, just as the others had done, the Rattlesnake and the Uktin traveled up the sky vault to lie in wait outside the door to the house of the Daughter of the Sun.
The Sun was still in there, having some lunch with her daughter.
The Uktin was very big and dangerous.
His poison was so potent that even a little splashed on the skin could be deadly, and the mere look of the Uktin’s eye could kill.
All the people were thinking, “As big and mean as that Uktin is, he is sure to do the job and kill the Sun.”
But the Rattlesnake was quicker than the Uktin.
Getting there first, he coiled up outside the door, nervously shaking his tail as he waited for the Sun to emerge.
The Rattlesnake was so eager, that as soon as the door opened, he struck.
But instead of striking the Sun, the Rattlesnake struck the Daughter of the Sun.
The Sun went on her way, but the Daughter of the Sun died from the poisonous bite.
As with the others before them, these two snakes returned to the earth.
The Sun burned hotter and hotter, so vengeful was she for the death of her daughter.
The people could no longer leave the shade in the daytime.
The trees and grasses were dying.
Great fires were burning in the land.
People were getting sick.
It was really bad.
The Little People said there was only one solution.
Seven men would have to travel to the West, to the Jusgina Ghost Country, and bring back the Daughter of the Sun.
The Little People gave each man a sourwood stick, with instructions on how to use these when they arrived at the Ghost Country.
The men also carried a large box in which to bring back the Daughter of the Sun.
The final instructions of the Little People were these:
“Once she is in the box, don’t open it, for any reason, until you are back here, in your own country.”
The men set out on their journey.
Seven days later, arriving in the Ghost Country, the seven men found the people dancing in a great circle.
Positioning themselves outside the circle, they waited for the Daughter of the Sun to come around.
As she came by, the first of the seven men touched her with his sourwood stick.
When she came around the second time, the next man touched her with his sourwood stick.
This same pattern continued until all seven men had, in turn, touched the Daughter of the Sun with their sourwood sticks.
At the touch of the seventh stick, she fell backward, as in a swoon.
The men put her in the box, securely fastened the lid and headed back to their own country.
As the men walked along, carrying the box, the Daughter of the Sun awoke and began to complain.
“I’m hungry,” she said.
“Please open the box and give me something to eat.”
“Oh no,” the men said, remembering the warning of the Little People.
“We can’t open the box until we are back in our own country.”
As they walked on, the Daughter of the Sun complained again.
“I’m thirsty,” she said.
“Please, oh please open the box and give me just a little sip of water.”
“Oh no,” the men said.
“We can’t open the box until we are back in our own country.”
Finally, the Daughter of the Sun complained again.
In a faint voice she said, “I can’t breathe.
Please, please open the box.
I think I may suffocate!”
The seven men stopped and looked at each other.
It was well known that a person could live a long time without food.
There were some who had lived as much as seven days without water.
But air was something a person could not live without.
“Maybe we should open the box,” one man offered.
“Don’t forget what the Little People said,” another cautioned.
“We can’t open the box for any reason.”
“But what if she dies,” yet another man said.
“We’re back where we started.”
Finally, someone offered an acceptable compromise.
“Let’s open the box just a crack,” the man argued,
“not enough for her to get out, but enough for her to get some air.”
This course of action seeming reasonable to all, the box was unlatched and opened just the tiniest crack.
“What was that?” one man exclaimed.
They had all seen a flash of red light, flying out from the box to disappear in the brushy woods.
“I don’t know what that was,” another man said, “but I think we’d better keep the lid closed tight on this box from now on, no matter what she says.”
The men went on their way, hearing no more complaints from the Daughter of the Sun. They worried that maybe she was dead.
The next day, the seven arrived back in their own country.
The box was opened, and to everyone’s dismay, it was empty.
When the Sun saw her daughter would not be returned to her, her wrath turned to sorrow. She began to cry, and the tears of the Sun threatened to flood the whole earth.
The people tried their best to cheer her up.
They sang their best songs and danced until their feet were sore.
The heart of the Sun was touched by this effort, but her sorrow was not taken away.
Then a flash of red was seen in the edge of the woods and a beautiful song was heard.
Looking down, the Sun saw her daughter, who had become the Redbird, the Dojuwa, and had elected to stay in the earth.
The Sun saw her daughter in the earth, and the Sun smiled.
Of course the Uktin, the Great Horned Serpent was in the earth.
He was still very angry and very dangerous.
Even the look of the Uktin’s eye was sure death, not only for the person heedless enough to make eye contact, but even for that person’s whole family.
Having failed to destroy the Sun, the Uktin wanted to destroy the Earth, along with all her children, and it looked as though he would do it.
But then, one came down from the heavens.
This is the one the Cherokees call Jiya Unega (White Otter).
Now, this name does not mean this was a white person any more than it means this was literally an otter.
It is simply the name by which the Cherokees knew this person.
Names have significance.
Colors have significance.
White, for Cherokees, is the color of the South and signifies new life, new beginnings.
Jiya Unega fought against the Uktin and defeated him.
Although the Uktin had children who remained in the earth, the Great Uktin himself was sent to the place where dangerous beings are kept.
In his fight with the Great Horned Serpent, Jiya Unega was horribly wounded.
With one arm torn from his body, Jiya Unega’s blood gushed out onto the earth, and Jiya Unega died in the earth.
But Jiya Unega did not remain dead.
Rising from the dead, Jiya Unega ascended into the heavens to take his place as the Morning Star, the star that shines brightest when all other stars go dim, the star that shines not with its own light but with the light of the Sun, the star the Cherokees call Unelvnvhi Uwegi (Creator-Son).
We Cherokees understand that it was Jiya Unega who gave our people the Sacred Fire that has been kept now for some 5,089 years.
Jiya Unega gave the Fire as reminder of Creator’s presence with us, and he gave us the ceremonies with which to keep the Fire.
Jiya Unega, Creator-Son, instructed us that as long as we keep this Fire, we will continue to survive as a people.
Note: I have been told recently that the Cherokee word “Dojuwa” may not have originally referred to the crested redbird known as the cardinal, but rather to the summer tanager, the uncrested redbird of the deep forests of southeastern North America.
2023.05.30 23:52 Hjsless96 Aphantasia and without inner monologue
2023.05.30 23:22 autotldr 74 Percent of Voters Support Raising Federal Minimum Wage to $20 an Hour
Amid the longest period in Congressional history without any raising of the federal minimum wage, new polling finds that the vast majority of voters not only support raising the minimum wage, but also nearly tripling it.
According to polling by Data for Progress released last week, 74 percent of voters support raising the federal minimum wage to $20 an hour - almost three times the current level of $7.25 an hour.
Support is strongest among Democrats, with 89 percent saying that they favor raising the minimum wage to $20 an hour.
The minimum wage is not a living wage - the wage required to afford basic needs like shelter - nearly anywhere in the U.S. According to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology living wage calculator, in a typical family of four with two adults and two children, both adults would need to work 98 hours a week in order to survive on a $7.25 wage.
Research in 2021 found that even a $15 minimum wage - more than double the current minimum wage - isn't a living wage in any state in the U.S. MIT's living wage calculator estimated that, in 2021, the living wage for a family of four was $24.16 an hour, or about $100,500 a year.
Even if the federal minimum wage were raised, a large swath of workers like tipped workers, whose federal minimum wage is $2.13, and gig workers, would be exempt from it.
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2023.05.30 22:19 suspicious_steam The iron steed ready for another season
Long time lurker on this sub. Wanted to share the glory that is my 1986 Honda Elite CH80. Hard to believe this thing is old enough to run for president and still in decent enough shape to lug me around town…just needs a little help sometimes. It’s broken down more times than I can count, but half the fun is getting it running again. It’s dead simple as long as you have some basic tools and are okay getting your hands dirty.submitted by suspicious_steam to scooters [link] [comments]
Looking forward to another season with fresh fluids, new brakes, new fuel line/filter, tires, new belt, headlight recently converted to LED, and changed out my rollers for 9g sliders. Im getting much better acceleration with sliders and up to about 47mph (200lbs) on flat roads with a slight tailwind.
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2023.05.30 21:51 ensluck 🐻 Explaining the NFT bear market
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Your cheat sheet on... NFT bear marketNFT space may seem like a jigsaw puzzle. NFT Cheats is a series of newsletters that helps you put the pieces together.
NFT Cheats by Rarible is a newsletter that explores the very pillars the NFT space stands on. Think of those as the NFT World-bearing turtles (or Apes).
It’s called NFT Cheats because each newsletter is designed as a cheat sheet that brings you up to speed on a given niche within the NFT space.
NFT bear market is the third subject in the series. The previous issues covered Historical NFTs and NFT Security. To put together a cheat sheet on today’s topic, we talked to wale.swoosh, researcher-in-residence at Azuki and a self-described ‘Director of Threads’ on NFT Twitter.
Wale got into NFTs in early 2021 after hearing about them on Gary Vee’s Instagram. He joined Twitter a few months after that to become a better trader as he realized that NFT Twitter plays a big role in that. Wale quickly fell in love with the community, and started sharing his own thoughts on the timeline, quickly becoming one of the most popular NFT content writers known for his in-depth threads.
DO NOT treat any of the information below as financial advice, and do your own research (DYOR) before buying into any asset.
The interview has been edited and condensed, meaning the content below is attributed to the guest expert, but shouldn’t be treated as a direct quote.
What does a bear market mean for NFTs?A bear market in Web3 is usually marked by a general flattening of interest in the space. Fewer new people join, and some people who were in Web3 leave.
That leads to a crash in prices, teams stop developing, and the sentiment in the space is generally bad because everyone is fighting for the crumbs of a shrinking pie.
If you look at it historically, bear markets are always caused by an external macro influence. We’ve had several bear markets in crypto since the industry emerged, and this seems to be the first major bear market for NFTs specifically since they hit the mainstream in 2021.
The current bear market started around Q2 2022, and of course we just can’t know when it will end exactly. But I'm positive that it will be followed by a bull cycle.
During this bear market, we’ve seen projects shed around 70-90% of their floor prices. At this point, it might be hard to believe that certain NFTs were trading at 3-10x their current floor price.
Moonbirds' historical floor price, as shown by NFTpricefloor.com
There are several reasons behind that grand fall. First, a lot of people have simply left the space. According to recent numbers, there are around 7,000 active traders left. When you have a few thousand people creating and trading maybe millions of NFTs… the supply/demand ratio gets crazy. When the demand is low, the floor price will follow.
Projects themselves also play a role in this. Without naming any specific ones, we have many teams that have made major strategic mistakes in recent months. In fact, I don't think there are blue chips anymore in the space, outside of the top 3-4 most successful collections.
Then we had ETH volatility, the memecoin season, Blur experimenting with some trading mechanics — all of that have also not been good for the floor prices across the board.
The most important thing for the NFT space at the moment is to get more people in, because when you have 7k traders, it's really hard to run a successful project. Right now, holders are basically playing hot potato with each other. As to how we might onboard more people — that's a whole other topic.
NFTs are dead. Long live NFTs!People who say NFTs are dead are partly right.
Most projects are indeed dead or are in the process of dying. 99% of them won't come out of this bear market because they just don't have what it takes. Those who will come out, however, will come out stronger.
Having said that, NFTs as a technology will never ever die because it brings so much innovation to areas like gaming and digital ownership, for example.
Metas, or why there's always a "shiny thing" in NFTsTo better understand the nature of the NFT market, it's useful to understand the role metas play in it.
Meta is a certain pattern that we see emerge (most of the time suddenly) and disappear (that also tends to happen quite quickly) in the NFT space.
A meta can last anywhere from a few days to months. A good example would be the open edition meta we saw a few months ago started by Jack Butcher’s Checks. Once it became clear that Checks are doing good, we saw all those other projects doing open editions, mostly following the same pattern/concept…
At the time, the majority of the content on the NFT Twitter timeline was about open editions. Initially, when a new meta emerges, it starts to generate/feed off hype— everyone wants to be a part of this new exciting thing, and ultimately make some money from it (be it trading, engagement farming, or both).
It’s hard to put a finger on what exactly makes a meta pop off, but once it gets going, it spreads fast.
Wale's thread on metas (click on the pic to read)
You have to realize that sooner or later, every meta always disappears. The people who are invested in it often think (or want you to think) that it’s here forever, but in reality there's always the next shiny thing a few weeks later that people will go chasing after, forgetting about the one that preceded it.
That being said, the OG projects that start metas—like Checks, for example—often keep at least some of their relevance, while most other unoriginal projects who were just trying to copy them vanish.
Besides metas, there’s also culture. Culture is a more fundamental kind of thing. Sometimes it's hard to differentiate: is this new thing more transitory and based on short-term attention, or is it here to actually stay, setting a new standard for the space for years to come?
There weren’t many events that actually revolutionized the industry, like what Yuga Labs did when they airdropped the serums for the MAYC collection, the distribution trick many projects adapted later on. But those usually come around in a more subtle manner.
So normally when every week you have people saying “oh, that's the new thing, it will change the space forever for years to come” and are super vocal about it, it’s almost never the case.
The attention span in this space is incredibly short, and people tend to put most of their attention into things that are ‘meta’ at the moment.
Will traditional brands kick off the next bull?
There are a few examples of traditional brands doing a good job with their web3 initiatives, Gucci and Adidas specifically come to mind. But you and I would probably have a hard time naming 10 successful web2 companies who came into the web3 space, so we haven't seen that unfold just yet.
When it comes to getting new people into NFTs, major brands could be one way to do it — when people see a trusted brand, they might want to get involved, as they’re more likely to trust a brand they already know.
It’s a two-way street: when more people in general will get interested in NFTs, web2 brands will likely have an easier time onboarding people as well.
It also depends on which audience the specific brand wants to address. When you want to get into the hardcore NFT community, you better understand web3 culture and be part of it so your activation doesn't feel forced—the infamous Pepsi and Budweiser exchange on Twitter became a meme for a reason. But at the same time, as more legacy brands will come in, the focus might shift away from the core NFT community to retail users.
And when more retail comes in and NFT becomes more adopted as a technology, it is likely that the end user won’t realize that they are interacting with the blockchain or even that they’re buying an NFT. It will be more subtle, and the majority of retail users probably won't be creating wallets and trading NFTs on OpenSea/BluRarible per se.
Nike’s .swoosh is another good example of a web2 x web3 crossover—when you sign up there, you don't even know that you are minting an NFT. I think that's a good approach to bringing more people in, because right now the blockchain infrastructure is still very complicated for new people.
At the moment, if you know nothing about web3, blockchain or crypto in general, the learning curve is just too steep: you have to go through the process of creating your own wallet and writing down a 24-word seed phrase, buying and swapping tokens, sometimes bridging—all that just to get an NFT you want. So in regards to mainstream adoption, it will be crucial to build platforms, infrastructure and tools that will be intuitive even for people who are not crypto NFT natives.
Is it a good time to enter the NFT space?
It's a good time to take your time.
Let’s be honest: If you’re coming into the NFT space right now, there's a very high chance that you will immediately leave. The bear market vibes are really difficult to handle for a newcomer.
When you go on NFT Twitter these days, there’s so much toxicity, shilling and hate going on… It's really terrible. Then you have short term metas where some people make money and tweet about it nonstop while the silent majority loses money. Of course if you're a newcomer and most of your timeline is talking about how this thing is pumping and they’ve already made 100x on it, you’ll want to join in. The meta will then move on, and most likely you’ll lose money. I think that's driving a lot of people away from our space.
But a bear market is actually a great opportunity to learn about NFTs. For me, the ideal way to start in the NFT space is to make a Twitter account, and get involved in NFT Twitter by following some trusted people and just spending time reading their takes, maybe participating in some discussion. And then when you feel comfortable about what you know and feel like you can make informed decisions, then maybe start buying your first NFT or minting your first NFTs (always with the money you can afford to lose).
Rarible Bear Pass, the free open edition mint that generated 683.5k copies
As for choosing which projects to join, I recommend looking at the team behind it. That’s what it is all about in Web 3. When you have a team that's emerged into the space and is actually building for the community, that's a massive green flag. Invest in people you personally believe in. To me, the team is way more important than the art/roadmap because if you don't have a team that's able to execute, you can have the best roadmap but the project won't be successful.
But please remember that in web3 it can all change within weeks or even days. This space is moving extremely fast, and that hasn’t changed even during the bear market.
And if you're already in the NFT space, it’s a good time to build. When you have a project is a good time to build in silence so you are ready for the next bull market—and I am positive that it will happen.
5 people to follow to learn more about the NFT market ️
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