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Followed every maintenance tip but cooling still can't keep up. Any more advice?

2020.07.01 18:55 techformer Followed every maintenance tip but cooling still can't keep up. Any more advice?

UPDATE: HVAC tech came out today, company has good reviews and i have worked with them before. I told him everything i had done on my end.
I needED 1.5 pounds of refrigerant added, which wasnt cheap on my old system it was $150 per pound. They also add leak stop. With the service call fre I paid $400 total. I am wondering if the leak stop was overpriced at $100.
Now the air at the first vent is 53 down from 63 yesterday and dropping as the house cools and return air is colder. In the dining room its 55 from 67 yesterday and it is actuallly dropping the temp in the house not just miantaining it and running 24-7. Sometimes you have done everything you can and a pro is needed.
Original post:
I have a 2 ton Trane 1200XL unit. Pressure checked last season and was not low on refrigerant.
What I have done so far (home in MD is from 1955, 1280 sq ft above grade, 620 below):
Added 16" blown cellulose in attic, used to be bare in some spots and had maybe 3-4" in others. Sealed air leaks. Windows are newer but i dont know exact install date. Within last 7-8 years.
Cleaned A frame coil, then cleaned outdoor coil throughly with hose.
Got rid of old pleated filter, now using basic low MERV filter to ensure airflow is not restricted on this almost 20 year old system.
Used foil tape on all exposed ducts joints in the basement near air handler.
cleaned AC drain line which had clogged and leaked, drains normally now.
Lowered fan speed on 3 ton blower to medium high setting to give air more time on the coils. i tried low setting but coils froze up
ensured windows are always covered with thick shades to block sunlight on that side of the home depending on time of day
It is 82 right now in MD and the thermostat cannot get the house below 74. The air in the handler is 57 which sounds good but at the first vent (tiny and only vent in basement) it is already 63, on the first floor supply it is 68, so obviously it will not cool the house quickly. The ducts only run in the house and not in the attic.
I feel like i have done everything i can. Any more advice? even if i put insulation around the exposed ducts in basement i feel they will still gain heat once they are in the walls where i cannot access.
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2020.03.24 04:32 PowerOfYes LPT for accessing Centrelink services during crisis

Update Wed 25 March: you can register your intent to claim online without calling, even if you’ve not had a CRN previously. Source: ABC news
Update 26 Mar: Register your intent to claim by 29 March, then finalise your claim lodgement (submitting online) by 19 April for your claim to be backdated you 23 March (provided you were eligible. ((Source: instrument No1 signed 25 Mar )
Please be aware all the COVID legislation passed on 23 March (and supporting legislation is still being made this week). It takes time for that information to be known by officers, so don’t expect all the answers this week.. Claim now if you need assistance. The COVID supplement won’t commence till 27 April and some of the more beneficial rules will also apply from them on. Find more detailed info on that on the DSS website
Services Australia Centrelink services are going to be very very stretched over the coming months. You can make it easier on everyone if you sort out your paperwork early and adopt a common sense approach to interacting with public services to lessen the load.
Here’s info about getting a CRN to register an online account. (NB: as at 24/3/2020 you don’t need to visit an office to show ID at the moment).
If the online system is down, have a look at the website to prepare: COVID-19 info
Policy (and legislative drafting) re social security and family assistance is not made in Services Australia but in the Dept of Social Services. Read all about the details here: Coronavirus (COVID-19) information and support
Useful Info For Claims
BTW, a blurry photo that’s mostly dark grey or a photo that’s huge or tiny is kind is a shitty thing to upload. So please try and read your photos before you upload them. If at all possible turning your uploads into PDFs makes things easier on everyone. If you’re sending a pic rotate it to be the correct way round. Similarly, changing the file names for your uploads to describe contents (Surname-ID-Date) will help.
Some of the information you would normally (see below) need would include:
General Points for Newbies
NB: a lot of verification requirements are going to be waived during the crisis, so don’t despair if you can’t get certain documents.
Why claims processing can take weeks
Australia has a lot of people who need help.
Skipping information in a claim or not providing everything you need wastes time. It will delay your claim and drive you and the Centrelink staff (who will be inundated) mad. The easier you can make it to approve the claim, the quicker it can be processed. If you’re not uploading something because it’s a bit hard to find something, it means that someone will have to send a letter or make a call while there’s another 100 claims are waiting. That takes time and may not happen days after the person decided they could get no further with your claim. Then, when you provide the information your claim will not be able to be picked up immediately - because there’s another 100 who also had to bring more stuff. So, suck it up and get your shit together. Time to adult.
How to help reduce call wait times
Edit: I’m typing on a phone so will have to keep revising for format & typos.
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2020.02.19 17:27 ZiR1402 [H] Listed events [W] PayPal

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4th gen Events
6th gen Events, still in 6th gen
7th gen Events
Redemption services (Assuming there is any use of this yet)
I do have a Japanese Nintendo 2DS with Pokemon Ultra Sun, an European 2DS with Pokemon Sun and Moon, and also a North American 3DS with Pokemon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon dedicated for redemptions. All my systems do not have any sort of 3rd party tool instaled. For the redemptions, you can request: reset for natures, custom date, custom languages, IV placement, and proof will be taken by pictures. The values of this service will be defined according to how specific will be the request. Also have a Nintendo Switch with Lets Go Pikachu/Eevee and Pokemon Sword.
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2020.02.16 03:00 ZiR1402 [H] Listed events [W] PayPal

[svirtual]
List
4th gen Events
Dream Radar Pokemons (Ready to go)
6th gen Events, still in 6th gen
7th gen Events
Redemption services (Assuming there is any use of this yet)
I do have a Japanese Nintendo 2DS with Pokemon Ultra Sun, an European 2DS with Pokemon Sun and Moon, and also a North American 3DS with Pokemon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon dedicated for redemptions. All my systems do not have any sort of 3rd party tool instaled. For the redemptions, you can request: reset for natures, custom date, custom languages, IV placement, and proof will be taken by pictures. The values of this service will be defined according to how specific will be the request. Also have a Nintendo Switch with Lets Go Pikachu/Eevee and Pokemon Sword.
Sets and Combos
Notes
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2020.02.05 16:12 eventbot What's happening around town (Wed, Feb 5th - Tue, Feb 11th)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Wednesday, Feb 5th

  • 🍴 Anthem Drown Night! (HiLo Club - Oklahoma City) Our local friends at Anthem Brewing Co. have some great beers! Every Wednesday night from 9pm to close enjoy $8 Drown Night! Their Power Pils will be flowing!
  • Bi-Weekly Meetup (51st st. Speakeasy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • Candygrams for a Cause (Downtown - Edmond) Thru Fri, Feb 7th Help the Downtown Edmond Business Association raise money for Free to Live Animal Sanctuary. Cost is $2 per candygram or 6 for $10. They can be purchased at Rumors Salon, Broadway Antiques, Michelle Schaefer Insurance, Mainstream Boutique and Silver Leaf Gems.
  • Chamber Ambassador Meeting (Del City Chamber of Commerce - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:30am
  • Come From Away (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 9th Visit the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall to watch OKC Broadway perform "Come From Away," which showcases…
  • 🏆 Cowgirls of Color (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:30am The inspiring Cowgirls of Color, an all-black, all-female rodeo team, lead roping, lassoing, saddling up, and activity stations for students throughout the Museum demonstrating grit, gusto and determination. Follow up the program with self-exploration of Museum galleries. Free admission to the program and Museum for students and chaperones (one…
  • 😂 Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat (Lyric at the Plaza - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Feb 8th Start Time: 10:00am Lyric Theatre brings the classic children’s book to life in a wild ride of physical comedy. Sally and her brother are stuck home in the rain, when a Cat comes knocking at the windowpane. But the Cat has brought friends, Thing One and Thing Two, who make messes and problems and oh, what to do?! Mischief and mayhem and laughter galore, bring the…
  • FREE Team Trivia (Othello's of Norman - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm Join us at Othello's every Wednesday for FREE Team Trivia! Hosted by Challenge Entertainment, every Wednesday the fun is at Othello's! Play solo or bring a team of friends. There is no cost to play. Prizes available for top three finishing teams.
  • Gost (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Gost with local support This show is all ages. Tickets are $13 in advance at ticketstorm.com, charge by phone 18669661777, purchase hard copy tickets at any Uptown Grocery/Buy For Less location or Starship Records in Tulsa.
  • Greg Klyma C&W tour 2020, Norman OK (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm With spotlights in American Songwriter and Grateful Web and a best-of-the-year nod from Boston.com, ‘C&W’ completes Greg Klyma’s 2019 trilogy. The album is already earning raves, including being named a best album of the year by Boston.com. Peter Chianca said, “It’s a doozy. A touching and funny old-fashioned country and western…
  • Greg Klyma returns to (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 9:00pm Hey, Norman Oklahoma. See ya at the Red Brick Bar, 9pm, on WED 2/5/2020
  • 🎨 Hearts for Art (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Feb 8th Start Time: 12:00pm One day to celebrate love is not enough! Visit the Museum any time from February 1 – 14 and show your love for your favorite piece of art or artifact. Pick up a heart at the Visitor Services desk, leave it by your selection and share on social media using #MyWest and #HeartsForArt. While visiting, pick up the “Find the Love” guide, a…
  • 🎨 High School Open Figure Drawing Night (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • 🎓 Jennifer L. Wise Good Stewardship Award (Evans Hall, Administration Building - Norman) The Jennifer L. Wise Good Stewardship Award has been established to recognize outstanding contributions made by staff, who have been determined to demonstrate the qualities associated with good stewardship. This award is in honor of the late Jennifer L. Wise. The College of Geosciences was formed in 1981, and Dr. David Stearns, Interim Dean,…
  • 😂 Jersey (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Feb 8th
  • 🍴 Junction Coffee Wednesdays (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00am Wednesdays, 7am-3pm Junction Coffee will park its double-decker bus curbside at the Devon Lawn
  • 🏆 Oklahoma women's basketball vs. West Virginia (The Lloyd Noble Center - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Reading Wednesday (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Reading Wednesdays Every Wednesday, at 10 am The Visitor Center FREE Best for ages 2 to 5 NO READING WEDNESDAY ON DECEMBER 25 AND JANUARY 1 Bring your toddler for story time each Wednesday at 10 am. Books are nature-themed and selected based on the season. We’ll begin with an interactive song and children will enjoy creating a small craft…
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm In an effort to minimize ticket fraud for all Thunder fans, mobile entry or Will Call will be the only delivery options at checkout.
    Children 3 years and older require a ticket for admission

Thursday, Feb 6th

  • 🎓 Beloved Community Speaker Series: Community Resources (Norman Public Library - Norman) Start Time: 6:00pm Join the City of Norman, the City of Norman Human Rights Commission, the Xenia Institute, Norman Public Schools, OU Office of University Community, and Pioneer Library System for the Beloved Community Speaker Series. This is the second of three events in this series that will highlight important aspects of our community. Moderated by former…
  • Candygrams for a Cause (Downtown - Edmond) 1 day left Help the Downtown Edmond Business Association raise money for Free to Live Animal Sanctuary. Cost is $2 per candygram or 6 for $10. They can be purchased at Rumors Salon, Broadway Antiques, Michelle Schaefer Insurance, Mainstream Boutique and Silver Leaf Gems.
  • Come From Away (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 9th Visit the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall to watch OKC Broadway perform "Come From Away," which showcases…
  • DJ Ku Rx (Coyote Ugly - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00pm Start the month of Feb with DJ Ku Rx and your favorite's OKC Coyotes.
    $3 Drinks No Cover
  • Dogleg (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Dogleg with locals TBA THIS SHOW WILL FINISH BY 9PM This show is all ages. $10
  • 😂 Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat (Lyric at the Plaza - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Feb 8th Start Time: 10:00am Lyric Theatre brings the classic children’s book to life in a wild ride of physical comedy. Sally and her brother are stuck home in the rain, when a Cat comes knocking at the windowpane. But the Cat has brought friends, Thing One and Thing Two, who make messes and problems and oh, what to do?! Mischief and mayhem and laughter galore, bring the…
  • 😂 The Fresh Pour Comedy Tour (Anthem Brewing Company - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm The Fresh Pour Comedy Tour and its nationally-touring comedians visit Oklahoma City's premier craft brewery -- Anthem Brewing Company!
  • 🎨 Gallery Opening: Stacy Haggard (Edmond Fine Arts - Edmond) Start Time: 5:00pm Stacy Haggard is an Oklahoma based artist where she has been painting for 6 years. In college, she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a specialization in interior design. Her first foray into painting came when her sister asked for help creating a design in her daughter's room. From that point on, Stacy knew that painting was her calling.…
  • 🍴 Hall of Fame annual Banquet (Del City Community Center - Del City) Start Time: 5:30pm Hall of Fame Annual Banquet
  • 🎨 Hearts for Art (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Feb 8th Start Time: 12:00pm One day to celebrate love is not enough! Visit the Museum any time from February 1 – 14 and show your love for your favorite piece of art or artifact. Pick up a heart at the Visitor Services desk, leave it by your selection and share on social media using #MyWest and #HeartsForArt. While visiting, pick up the “Find the Love” guide, a…
  • 🍴 ISACA Central Oklahoma February Luncheon (Ted's Escondido - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 11:30am Speaker: RSA
    Topic: IT Risk Assessments
    Location: Teds Cafe Escondido - Meting Annex Chicken, Beef, and Vegetarian Fajitas will be served.
  • 😂 Jersey (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Feb 8th
  • 🎭 OCU Eagles: The Laramie Project (Oklahoma City University - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 8:00pm Join us February 6-9, 2020 in Burg Theatre for our Mainstage production of THE LARAMIE PROJECT by Moisés Kaufman and the Members of Tectonic Theater Project. In October 1998, Matthew Shepard was kidnapped, severely beaten, and left tied to a fence in the middle of the prairie outside Laramie, Wyoming, and he died several days later in an area…
  • 🎭 Tribes (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm “Tribes” by Nina Raine follows the story of Billy, a young man born deaf into a dysfunctional, yet loving, hearing family. After meeting Sylvia – a woman from a deaf family who is gradually losing her hearing – Billy realizes how his family has sheltered him from the Deaf world in order to avoid making him feel like an “other.” Billy…

Friday, Feb 7th

  • 🎭 Blood Wedding (Weitzenhoffer Theatre - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm OU University Theatre and Helmerich School of Drama presentation. Federico Lorca’s passionate tragedy Blood Wedding, set in southern Spain, portrays the heated rivalry of two families, and the rivalry of two men for a woman struggling between the attraction of a wealthy fiancé and her ex-lover. When her decision to marry is governed by pride,…
  • Bodysnatcher (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Bodysnatcher with Great American Ghost, Born A New, and Strangled This show is all ages. Tickets are $13 in advance at ticketstorm.com, charge by phone 18669661777, purchase hard copy tickets at any Uptown Grocery/Buy For Less location or Starship Records in Tulsa.
  • Braum's An Affair of the Heart (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 9:00am Braum’s Ice Cream and Dairy Stores and Fresh Markets is renewing their title sponsorship of Oklahoma’s largest contemporary craft show, continuing the Braum’s An Affair of the Heart brand for the 2020 show calendar, marking the show’s two milestone anniversaries.
    Braum’s An Affair of the Heart will celebrate 35 years in Oklahoma…
  • Candygrams for a Cause (Downtown - Edmond) Last Day Help the Downtown Edmond Business Association raise money for Free to Live Animal Sanctuary. Cost is $2 per candygram or 6 for $10. They can be purchased at Rumors Salon, Broadway Antiques, Michelle Schaefer Insurance, Mainstream Boutique and Silver Leaf Gems.
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Women's Tennis vs Tarleton State (Edmond) University of Central Oklahoma Women's Tennis vs Tarleton State https://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=6451
  • Come From Away (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 9th Visit the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall to watch OKC Broadway perform "Come From Away," which showcases…
  • DelQuest Committee Meeting (Don's Alley - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00am
  • 😂 Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat (Lyric at the Plaza - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am Lyric Theatre brings the classic children’s book to life in a wild ride of physical comedy. Sally and her brother are stuck home in the rain, when a Cat comes knocking at the windowpane. But the Cat has brought friends, Thing One and Thing Two, who make messes and problems and oh, what to do?! Mischief and mayhem and laughter galore, bring the…
  • Dustin Lynch (Riverwind Casino - Norman) Start Time: 7:30pm With a string of hits stretching back to 2012, a red hot live-performance reputation, and a fanbase that’s growing exponentially, Dustin Lynch is one of the hottest acts in modern country music. And with his third album for Broken Bow Records – CURRENT MOOD – he’s done flying under the radar. Each track on CURRENT MOOD is a snapshot of…
  • 🎨 Hearts for Art (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 12:00pm One day to celebrate love is not enough! Visit the Museum any time from February 1 – 14 and show your love for your favorite piece of art or artifact. Pick up a heart at the Visitor Services desk, leave it by your selection and share on social media using #MyWest and #HeartsForArt. While visiting, pick up the “Find the Love” guide, a…
  • Hunter Thomas Band (Diamond Ballroom - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Tix @ Smart Saver, Buy For Less, 800-514-3849 click here: http://bit.ly/HunterThomasBandOKC *All Ages - Doors 6pm ON SALE NOW
  • 😂 Jersey (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • 🎡 Looking For Something? (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Ben Brock is a songwriter born into the tradition of red dirt music. Lyrically, his roots are planted firmly in the Oklahoma clay. His genuine, heartfelt and sometimes melancholy songs are ever growing musical branches providing shade from the harsh and unforgiving dustbowl sun. Listening to Ben is transformative.
  • Luther College Nordic Choir in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City First Presbyterian Church - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Experience breathtaking choral music with the Luther College Nordic Choir, under the direction of Dr. Andrew Last, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, February 7, 2020 at First Presbyterian Church (1001 NW 25th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73106). No tickets required. This concert is sponsored by the Kemp Concert Series.
  • 🎨 Nonney Oddlokken & Nicole Moan Reception & Mardi Gras Party (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm The Art Hall is thrilled to announce its early 2020 exhibition featuring guest artist and New Orleans area native Nonney Oddlokken of Thread Paper Glue alongside local ceramicist Nicole Moan! Join us on Friday, February 7th, 2020, from 6-10pm, for an opening reception honoring Nonney and Nicole and a Mardi Gras party! The evening will include a…
  • 🎭 OCU Eagles: The Laramie Project (Oklahoma City University - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 8:00pm Join us February 6-9, 2020 in Burg Theatre for our Mainstage production of THE LARAMIE PROJECT by Moisés Kaufman and the Members of Tectonic Theater Project. In October 1998, Matthew Shepard was kidnapped, severely beaten, and left tied to a fence in the middle of the prairie outside Laramie, Wyoming, and he died several days later in an area…
  • 😂 Open Mic Night (Don Quixote Club - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Every Friday is Open Mic Comedy at Don Quixote's! Laugh with local talent as they hone their skills. Are you funny? Sign up at 7:30. See you this week!
  • Othello's Sessions (Othello's of Norman - Norman) Start Time: 8:30pm Othello’s Sessions takes place at Othello’s of Norman, an intimate little Italian restaurant tucked away in Campus Corner on Buchanan Ave. Within walking distance of other popular places such as The Deli and Second Wind Coffeehouse, Othello’s offers one of the most immersive live music experiences in the area. Othello’s Sessions features…
  • 🏃 Paseo First Friday Gallery Walk (Paseo - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm The First Friday gallery walk is held on the first Friday and Saturday of every month. The walk starts on Friday at 6pm and lasts until 10pm and on Saturday from 12pm to 5pm. Over 60 artists in more than 17 galleries participate, all within walking distance. Four to six Art Opening Receptions on Friday night showcase the new work of the…
  • 🎭 Oklahoma City Rep's Sexy Laundry (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm
  • River Gypsies (Belle Isle Restaurant & Brew Pub - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00pm Gettin' loud and havin' fun. Bring your dancing shoes.
  • Shortt Dogg (UCO Jazz Lab - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🏆 Sooner men's tennis vs. Arkansas (Headington Family Tennis Center - Norman) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • SUNDAY EXCURSION (The Depot - Norman) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Detroit Pistons (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm In an effort to minimize ticket fraud for all Thunder fans, mobile entry or Will Call will be the only delivery options at checkout.
    Children 3 years and older require a ticket for admission
  • 🎭 Tribes (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm “Tribes” by Nina Raine follows the story of Billy, a young man born deaf into a dysfunctional, yet loving, hearing family. After meeting Sylvia – a woman from a deaf family who is gradually losing her hearing – Billy realizes how his family has sheltered him from the Deaf world in order to avoid making him feel like an “other.” Billy…
  • The Two Sisters Flea Market (Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center - Shawnee) The Two Sisters Flea Market monthly flea market with over 40 local vendors- located at the Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center in Shawnee- 1700 W Independence. We're open Friday and Saturday 8am to 5pm. Indoors and free admission. Find us on facebook at The Two Sisters Flea Market.

Saturday, Feb 8th

  • All Hearts Headquarters - A Valentine's Week Pop Up (Kasum Contemporary Fine Art - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am A week of local shopping leading up to Live! On The Plaza and Valentine's Day! 1706 NW 16th St. Plaza District Feb 8th - 14th 10am - 7pm Closed Monday Featuring: Ohclay okc Urban Elm Co. Now accepting vendor applications. $150 for the week. Tables and chairs available. Email [email protected]
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Blue vs. Stockton Kings (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Braum's An Affair of the Heart (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 9:00am Braum’s Ice Cream and Dairy Stores and Fresh Markets is renewing their title sponsorship of Oklahoma’s largest contemporary craft show, continuing the Braum’s An Affair of the Heart brand for the 2020 show calendar, marking the show’s two milestone anniversaries.
    Braum’s An Affair of the Heart will celebrate 35 years in Oklahoma…
  • OK Classics Car and Memorabilia Auction (Firelake Arena - Shawnee) Start Time: 10:00am Auction starts at 10am View the auction at https://www.ballauction.bid/ Entries due no later than January 25th. To enter a vehicle, contact [email protected] or by phone at 405-659-8434 / 405-481-9411 / 405-550-3863
  • Come From Away (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Visit the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall to watch OKC Broadway perform "Come From Away," which showcases…
  • 😂 Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat (Lyric at the Plaza - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 10:00am Lyric Theatre brings the classic children’s book to life in a wild ride of physical comedy. Sally and her brother are stuck home in the rain, when a Cat comes knocking at the windowpane. But the Cat has brought friends, Thing One and Thing Two, who make messes and problems and oh, what to do?! Mischief and mayhem and laughter galore, bring the…
  • 🎨 Hearts for Art (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 12:00pm One day to celebrate love is not enough! Visit the Museum any time from February 1 – 14 and show your love for your favorite piece of art or artifact. Pick up a heart at the Visitor Services desk, leave it by your selection and share on social media using #MyWest and #HeartsForArt. While visiting, pick up the “Find the Love” guide, a…
  • 😂 Jersey (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • 🏆 Oklahoma men's basketball vs. West Virginia (The Lloyd Noble Center - Norman) Start Time: 1:00pm
  • 🎨 Painting in the Gardens: Floral Still Life (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm Saturday, February 8, 1-3 pm Crystal Bridge Conservatory $20 members, $25 nonmembers Register online at wineandpalette.com Members call (405) 227-0230
    Immerse yourself inside the Crystal Bridge Conservatory and join Wine & Palette in the creation of your own floral still-life painting on an 11” x 14” canvas. All materials provided with…
  • 🎭 Oklahoma City Rep's Sexy Laundry (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm
  • Seed Starting Workshop (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Saturday, February 8, 10am The Garden Classroom Member $14; Nonmember $19 Bill Farris, Prairie Wind Nursery Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Register by Tuesday, February 4 REGISTER HERE Starting plants from seed is easy, fun and a great way to save money. In this hands-on experience, learn how to start annual flowers,…

Sunday, Feb 9th

  • Come From Away (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Last Day Visit the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall to watch OKC Broadway perform "Come From Away," which showcases…
  • 🏃 Frozen Nose 5K (Wheeler Park - Oklahoma City) After 4 wonderful years of Cold, Colder, and Coldest races, we decided it was in our best interests to host only ONE event this year. ONE event to rule them all. ONE event that binds them all together. That ONE event being the FROZEN NOSE 5K!
  • 😂 Huggy Lowdown & Chris Paul (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City)
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Boston Celtics (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 2:30pm In an effort to minimize ticket fraud for all Thunder fans, mobile entry or Will Call will be the only delivery options at checkout.
    Children 3 years and older require a ticket for admission

Monday, Feb 10th

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2019.12.26 18:48 321 Is global warming real or not? Yes, it is real.

It has come to SensibleSite's attention that a man called Tony Heller has made a video which pours scorn on the idea the global warming is a thing. However, Mr Heller is lacking is certain knowledge which might be seen as being helpful in making the kinds of determinations he wants to make. Some of the things Mr Heller doesn't know are listed here, purely for entertainment purposes.
He doesn't know what data was used for a graph he attacks.
Heller says the NCA started this graph of heat waves in the 1960s to hide the fact that heat waves were worse in the 1930s. In fact the graph is adapted from this 2015 paper which uses airport measurements of temperature and humidity. Humidity has a large effect on the intensity of heat people experience. The data with humidity is not complete enough prior to the 1960s to extend the chart back further. In fact, some cities, including New York, did not record sufficient data even after the 1960s and so weren't included in the analysis (see part 2 of the 2015 study). So the suggestion that the chart started in the 1960s to hide problematic earlier measurements is wrong.
He doesn't know that the coldest temperatures have gone up.
Heller points out some graphs from the NCA report which show that the hottest temperatures are not as hot as they used to be. However, he ignores the accompanying graphs which show that coldest temperatures are not as cold as they used to be. Table 6.2 from the report shows that the increase in cold temperatures is larger than the decrease in hot temperatures, meaning there is now more heat overall. By ignoring cold temperatures Heller is not giving the true picture of warming. If the NCA had done this, Heller would no doubt call it “breathtaking fraud”.
He doesn't know about the Dust Bowl.
When talking about heat waves in the 1930s Heller fails to mention the dust bowl caused by loss of vegetation from the great plains. Vegetation such as grass has a cooling effect. High temperatures in the 1930s would have been lower if not for the dust bowl, and Heller should at least have mentioned this. By not mentioning it he is giving an incomplete picture (exactly what he is accusing the NCA of doing).
He doesn't know that forest fires can be suppressed.
Heller shows a chart of forest fires decreasing since the 1930s, taken from the website of the Forest Service. He fails to mention, however, that fire suppression substantially reduced annual acreage burned from 1945. Instead he implies that the reduction in acreage burned is entirely due to fewer heat waves. By not mentioning fire suppression he is again not giving the full picture.
He doesn't know that early-seventies sea ice analysis used crappy printouts.
Heller claims that the NCA is being duplicitous by only using satellite data from 1979 onwards when looking at sea ice extent. He claims that satellite data was available from the early seventies, and cites the IPCC’s 1990 report. He seems unaware however that the data from the early 1970s was unreliable, as analysts had to rely on poor-resolution hard-copy satellite imagery which was usually obscured by clouds, and “NIC analysts acknowledged they often under-reported the extent of the sea ice in early years”. He also seems to be unaware that in late 1978 NASA's Nimbus-7 satellite was launched, which had a Scanning Multichannel Microwave Radiometer on board which made ice visible through clouds, providing more reliable data, and this is why the NCA used data from 1979 onwards.
He doesn't know that long-term trend lines hide significant details.
Heller uses this graph of sea level measurements with a long-term trend line to argue that sea level has risen at a precisely uniform rate since 1856. However, the long-term trend line ignores the clearly visible short-term trend from 1856 to 1875, when there was actually a slight decrease in average sea level by year. His contention that sea levels rose at the same rate under Lincoln as under every president since is therefore wrong.
He doesn't know about the Industrial Revolution.
Heller argues that because the sea level was rising prior to the 1920 start date of the NCA's sea level graph, "there is no indication that humans have had any impact on the rate of sea-level rise." He is discounting the fact that human activity caused CO2 levels to rise measurably starting in the 1850s, and that the sea-level rise in the graph he uses actually started around 1875, so humans could have contributed to this rise through the increased CO2 in the atmosphere.
He doesn't know how to avoid logical fallacies.
Heller argues that since there were natural rises in sea level over the past 20,000 years, current rises in sea level must also be natural, but there is no reason why this should be the case. The fact that the sea level rose from some natural cause in the past does not imply that nothing else could ever cause it to rise.
He doesn't know that's he's chosen an outlier for his example.
Heller shows a graph of the number of days over 90F at Waverly, Ohio, since 1895, and shows a trend line for this data with a negative slope. He shows that if the data before 1955 is ignored, the trend line would be positive, and says this is the kind of misleading cherry-picking of data which the NCA uses. However, he once again ignores the fact that higher temperatures in the 1930s were exacerbated by the man-made dust bowl and therefore do not only reflect natural variation. Also, in selecting Waverly, he is selecting a region which recorded an abnormally high number of days above 90F during the years 1895-1900. Waverly had 320 days above 90F during these years, whereas Frankfort, 38km northwest of Waverly, only recorded 107 such days. Portsmouth, 40km south of Waverly, recorded 268, and Hillsboro, 56km west, recorded 251. Columbus, 100km north, recorded only 155 days over 90F. So Waverly had an unusually high number of days above 90F for Ohio, and therefore in choosing Waverly, Heller is cherry-picking data which makes his point and ignoring data which doesn't.
SensibleSite verdict: Mr Heller seems earnest, but he also seems to have a huge blind spot for anything which doesn't agree with his thesis. He is also rather liberal with hyperbole and seems to have a touch of the old global conspiracy paranoia. SensibleSite advises Mr Heller to drink some Yak milk and try mindfulness meditation.
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2019.12.09 11:30 ZiR1402 [H] Listed things [W] PayPal

[svirtual]
List
4th gen Events
6th gen Events, still in 6th gen
7th gen Events
Redemption services
I do have a Japanese Nintendo 2DS with Pokemon Ultra Sun, an European 2DS with Pokemon Sun and Moon, and also a North American 3DS with Pokemon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon dedicated for redemptions. All my systems do not have any sort of 3rd party tool instaled. For the redemptions, you can request: reset for natures, custom date, custom languages, IV placement, and proof will be taken by pictures. The values of this service will be defined according to how specific will be the request.
Sets and Combos
Notes
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2019.11.28 16:57 ZiR1402 LF: Codes FT: Listed events and redemption services (3DS and LGPE)

Looking for the following codes

* Fennel's Munna (PGL) - High Priority
* Birthday Chansey - High Priority
* Tapu Koko (PGL) - Medium Priority
* Secret Club Necrozma - High Priority
* Secret Club Krabby - Low priority

All the following events are self-obtained

4th gen Events

* Hayley Trades - Pikachu, Mew, Phione, Staravia, Eevee and etc.
* PKTOPIA set - Pikachu, Electivire and Magmortar

6th gen Events, still in 6th gen

* Happy Meowth - Naughty - ITA and Rash - ENG
* GF Jirachi - Bold - FRE - IVs: 26.31.31.28.28.31
* GF Manaphy - Lonely - SPA - IVs: 31.30.31.24.30.31
* GF Arceus - Brave - ENG
* GF Victini - Calm - FRE
* GF Keldeo - Hasty - SPA
* GF Meloetta - Mild - ITA
* XYZ Xerneas (NA distro) - Mild - JPN
* Present Serperior (NA distro) - Docile – GER
* Present Emboar (NA distro) - Relaxed – GER
* Present Samurott (NA distro) - Rash – GER

7th gen Events

* Ash Pikachu (Hoenn Cap) - Hardy - ENG
* Ash Pikachu (Alola Cap) - Hardy - ENG
* Rocky Lycanroc - Adamant - ENG

Redemption services

I do have a Japanese Nintendo 2DS with Pokemon Ultra Sun, an European 2DS with Pokemon Sun and Moon, and also a North American 3DS with Pokemon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon dedicated for redemptions. All my systems do not have any sort of 3rd party tool instaled. For the redemptions, you can request: reset for natures, custom date, custom languages, IV placement, and proof will be taken by pictures. The values of this service will be defined according to how specific will be the request.
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2019.11.26 15:43 ZiR1402 LF: Codes FT: Listed events and redemption services (3DS and LGPE)

Looking for the following codes

* Fennel's Munna (PGL) - High Priority
* Birthday Chansey - High Priority
* Tapu Koko (PGL) - Medium Priority
* Secret Club Necrozma - High Priority
* Secret Club Krabby - Low priority

All the following events are self-obtained

4th gen Events

* Hayley Trades - Pikachu, Mew, Phione, Staravia, Eevee and etc.
* PKTOPIA set - Pikachu, Electivire and Magmortar

6th gen Events, still in 6th gen

* Happy Meowth - Naughty - ITA and Rash - ENG
* GF Jirachi - Bold - FRE - IVs: 26.31.31.28.28.31
* GF Manaphy - Lonely - SPA - IVs: 31.30.31.24.30.31
* GF Arceus - Brave - ENG
* GF Victini - Calm - FRE
* GF Keldeo - Hasty - SPA
* GF Meloetta - Mild - ITA
* XYZ Xerneas (NA distro) - Mild - JPN
* Present Serperior (NA distro) - Docile – GER
* Present Emboar (NA distro) - Relaxed – GER
* Present Samurott (NA distro) - Rash – GER

7th gen Events

* Ash Pikachu (Hoenn Cap) - Hardy - ENG
* Ash Pikachu (Alola Cap) - Hardy - ENG
* Rocky Lycanroc - Adamant - ENG

Redemption services

I do have a Japanese Nintendo 2DS with Pokemon Ultra Sun, an European 2DS with Pokemon Sun and Moon, and also a North American 3DS with Pokemon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon dedicated for redemptions. All my systems do not have any sort of 3rd party tool instaled. For the redemptions, you can request: reset for natures, custom date, custom languages, IV placement, and proof will be taken by pictures. The values of this service will be defined according to how specific will be the request.
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2019.11.21 11:37 ZiR1402 [H]: Listed events and Redemption service (JPN/PAL/NA) [W]: Paypal and Necrozma/Tapu Koko/Chansey codes

[svirtual]
List
4th gen Events
6th gen Events, still in 6th gen
7th gen Events
I also have a few Secret Club T-shirt codes (2x) - 4.00$ + fees per code - sent to Medicinal_Marinara
Redemption services
I do have a Japanese Nintendo 2DS with Pokemon Ultra Sun, an European 2DS with Pokemon Sun and Moon, and also a North American 3DS with Pokemon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon dedicated for redemptions. All my systems do not have any sort of 3rd party tool instaled. For the redemptions, you can request: reset for natures, custom date, custom languages, IV placement, and proof will be taken by pictures. The values of this service will be defined according to how specific will be the request.
Sets
Notes
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2019.11.14 06:05 ShadowWolf525 Chat_Report_Username_List.1

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JDllama (Chat_Report.1)
First message: I know. But not everyone understands that shit. You're gonna have to tell your kids and friends about your past, too)
Last message: I have no idea how many times I've told them about it
Message count: 3
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jrbudda (Chat_Report.1)
First Message: it is just fucking depressing
Last Message: shit
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lisa11 (No Messages) (Chat_Report.1)
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amandaz/amandaz_nun (No Messages) (Chat_Report.1)
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WolfOfShadows525
First message: Kill the motherfucker. (Chat_Report.2)
Last message: This is why we can't be friends anymore. (Chat_Report.4)
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SimsMaster
First message: Ok. (Chat_Report.2)
Last message: I will have to go now. (Chat_Report.4)
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NYSTLSportsFan (Chat_Report.2)
First message: Ok.
Last message: It's called a motherfucker.
Message count: 7
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IndeedHeIs (Chat_Report.3)
First message: I WANNA KNOW WHAT LOVE IS
Last message: I want to be loved
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Ouisha (Chat_Report.3)
Only message: sims, this is what love is to me
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sims_mio (Chat_Report.3)
Only message: (c) [RACHAEL RICHARDSON](c)
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TheSneakySnake (Chat_Report.4)
First message: I'll make the next batch of cookies
Last message: For you, of course.
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Furry Inc.
First message: UwU (Chat_Report.5)
Last message: I will be your bitch (Chat_Report.34)
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Im14AndThisIsDeep
First message: I found some weird shit on the dark web today. https://www.reddit.com/TheBluePill/comments/5s9yhn/the_dark_web_was_hacked_and_some_doxxed/ (Chat_Report.6)
Last message: What song is this? (Chat_Report.34)
Message count: 20
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newageLyricist (Chat_Report.6)
Only message: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2Kw2wL9XkY
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centralpole
First message: wow (Chat_Report.6)
Last message: maybe it won't (Chat_Report.24)
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swiftpantha (Chat_Report.6)
Only message: oh that's cool
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yahar (Chat_Report.6)
First message: haha
Last message: http://www.reddit.com/TheBluePill/comments/5s9z9o/hacked_by
Message count: 2
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PiratePiratesPirates (Chat_Report.7)
First message: Yeah, I found some neat stuff on it.
Last message: "Oh, you should talk to this girl, you are a great guy!"
Message count: 3
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SexyButNotThatSexy (Chat_Report.8)
First message: Some guy wanted to fuck me earlier.
Last message: @Im14AndThisIsDeep #5529 What? What do you mean by "breasts?"
Message count: 2
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WifiWouldFuckIt
First message: Hello. (Chat_Report.9)
Last message: Let's see you tomorrow. (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
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IHateYou
First message: Wifi'd fuck it. (Chat_Report.9)
Last message: But I'm still more than open to it. (Chat_Report.36)
Message count: 679
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Egibthegreat
First message: Wifi would fuck it? (Chat_Report.9)
Last message: If you do want to talk to me about this, I am more than happy to be contacted (Chat_Report.11)
Message count: 10
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LightenTheFuckUp
First message: My friend died yesterday. :( (Chat_Report.12)
Last message: ikr (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
Message count: 9
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DarkMio
First message: and I'm a total dickface about it, as is everybody else in this channel. (Chat_Report.12)
Last message: It's like Cats. (Chat_Report.18)
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Lily_Miller
First message: Well, it's sad and a tragedy. If it's a joke then it's funny (Chat_Report.12)
Last message: Have fun. (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
Message count: 4
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UsernameBusters
First message: Aha! Lighten the fuck up! (Chat_Report.13)
Last message: Well, I hope you enjoyed your stay in here. (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
Message count: 35
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Michael (Chat_Report.14)
First message: Go to bed.
Last message: I'm going to fuck your mom?
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Devin (Chat_Report.14)
First message: You first, motherfucker.
Last message: The plan is to fuck your mom in her sleep.
Message count: 5
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StoryButButNot (Chat_Report.15)
First message: Let's start a story!
Last message: Is this story something to be proud of?
Message count: 5
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FabbriDidNothingWrong
First message: Hello. (Chat_Report.16)
Last Message: Sup boi (Chat_Report.23)
Message count: 6
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TyroneMorgenson (Chat_Report.18)
First message: Is there a subreddit that has good quality art?
Last message: Can you link me?
Message count: 2
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BenDoverXD
First message: I just got in the car (Chat_Report.19)
Last message: Don't be! Ben Dover at your service! (Chat_Report.21)
Message count: 4
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Sylpharillion
First message: Hello, IHateYou! (Chat_Report.22)
Last message: I'm going to assume he's been murdered (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
Message count: 24
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DraynarWork (Chat_Report.23)
First message: I love the idea of the first guy in the game to get it is a woman, but she's a man, he takes a swing at her and it's an unprovoked rape lol
Last message: I don't need a lot of money, just to make a place for you to live.
Message count: 18
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Kennythehitman
First message: You can always be a woman later in life? Like when I become an old lady? (Chat_Report.23)
Last message: It's a pic of me in a hat (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
Message count: 16
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timg (Chat_Report.24)
Only message: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1667261/
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Doomaholic (Chat_Report.24)
First message: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0112078/
Last message: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0389057/
Message count: 3
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Poomph (Chat_Report.24)
Only message: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0383045/
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Ajarm
First message: lol (Chat_Report.24)
Last message: I think the most realistic option would be to have a simple proof of stake system where it is a matter of time until you have a majority, but I don't think it is a realistic way to go for something like Bitcoin (Chat_Report.31)
Message count: 260
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jason_steakums
First message: I'm not sure who that girl is, but I don't think I'm compatible (Chat_Report.24)
Last message: I'm still curious about the other idea of a "new version" of the repo (I don't really see a problem with that idea) that could be used as a backup or something. (Chat_Report.27)
Message count: 7
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miyako (Chat_Report.24)
First message: It seems you're the first girl to talk to him
Last message: It looks like you have something to say
Message count: 2
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newbieonfire (Chat_Report.24)
First message: so...
Last message: why are we making this secret? what is wrong with sharing information?
Message count: 10
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RaccoonBite (Chat_Report.24)
First message: ^
Last message: That would be cool
Message count: 5
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emmaw
First message: you dont have to tell me (Chat_Report.24)
Last message: oh well, sorry, i thought i was good at it :P (Chat_Report.31)
Message count: 38
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Jcic
First message: yeah you're right that it's kind of silly for me to be looking at it (Chat_Report.24)
Last Message: yes, and I can say that she just seemed so interested in the guy that she wouldn't mind if he was watching (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
Message count: 17
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Mittens_
First message: you mean when we all talk about the "bible" (Chat_Report.24)
Last message: I'm all for it (Chat_Report.28)
Message count: 123
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Sydakk
First message: what are you guys doing? (Chat_Report.24)
Last message: the internet is a bitch. (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
Message count: 5
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DartFeld (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
Only message: Yeah, everyone enjoyed our chat too
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YaGottaStayFres (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: so there's a bunch of people in here thinking im a retard and thats ok because i hate it when i make a mistake
Last message: im just explaining that i was drunk and stupid
Message count: 3
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Hak (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: That's a great idea Hak
Last message: you get to make it then
Message count: 5
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Mitsurin (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: I hope I'm not making that pun
Last message: so... you're on fire?
Message count: 3
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Morpork (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: We don't really have any answers to this question, either. Maybe it's all a matter of perception. Some people see us as a "gang", others see us as friends. Maybe it's a simple case of "what you see is what you get".
Last message: If someone has a better way to describe it, let me know!
Message count: 58
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Hedonist2 (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: Thank you. I'll try to finish up, but I can't seem to keep up with you all.
Last message: Why should it be open?
Message count: 12
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Drew_gimel (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: I was thinking the same thing
Last message: I was going to say a quick "What if the game crashes" or something like that
Message count: 2
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Drew_gibel (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: Huh.
Last message: I'll have to stop here.
Message count: 2
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eat1337 (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: But yeah. If you were a guy who was an active member of the SRD circlejerk, it's probably not the best idea to link to that.
Last message: So we can talk about it
Message count: 4
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RaphK
First message: Sylpharillion: the reason people should feel comfortable talking to you is because you're a cisgender woman (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
Last message: I'm not even going to try to keep you here. (Chat_Report.32)
Message count: 6
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DamionSchubert (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: Sylpharillion: not your intentions, but my own
Last message: No, I'm just a writer.
Message count: 84
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Aurora^ (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: You are the engineer
Last message: (Not that I'm not interested in any of this, just that you guys don't seem very interested in having a conversation about games, at least at the moment)
Message count: 74
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Iguana13 (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: Aurora^: what about them?
Last message: They're not really games, either.
Message count: 3
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XavierMendel (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
First message: Games are generally considered in games.
Last message: I understand. That's just the way it is, I guess
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Yoreth
First message: but that would be a lie (Chat_Report.25>1 - XL)
Last message: It doesn't require looking at base class names. It takes a route (Chat_Report.36)
Message count: 43
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Zoloft (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: you mean you were trying to find out what they were?
Last message: what about the research? are you doing any research on it?
Message count: 3
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Vorpas_Jabwak
First message: what are you doing to help us understand it? (Chat_Report.25>2_XL)
Last message: thank you for the support, and for helping me develop the project (Chat_Report.33)
Message count: 38
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Ketonom (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
Only message: You know, the donations are very helpful. I just thought that it might be good to keep track of who donated what.
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JakOfMar (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: Vorpas_Jabwak, I can try to get someone to check if this was indeed you that made the donation?
Last message: *takes off*
Message count: 10
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Moltar (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: If you do have the software I'd love to hear some feedback. I have a lot of questions for it.
Last message: Sorry if I didn't keep up with you guys.
Message count: 4
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Turoth (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: Sup everyone?
Last message: sup
Message count: 2
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KhaosReigns (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: I'm out
Last message: Thanks.
Message count: 23
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Ewok_ (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: night
Last message: yeah we know how the night went, we just dont know if she was really asleep when the phone rang
Message count: 8
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Nebster173 (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: Have a good night.Last message: that's all i got
Message count: 13
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Wesandeac (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
Only message: yeah it's a real bummer that it was a false alarm
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jalockk (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: but if that's your only point she can't really say something else...
Last message: what do you mean?
Message count: 7
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miesian (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
Only message: we don't like the idea of them being taken out because they are not the ones we really are against
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Schnibri (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: I love how it seems like the more they try to keep it secret, the more they are forced to keep it open
Last message: well that could mean some kind of delay
Message count: 3
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chicompe_ (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: Ok, I'm gonna leave this here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woot_com
Last message: the problem, in my experience, is that it's hard for people to really figure out what you're talking about. I would assume that with a lot of the work that's going on there are some people who are really good at solving it. I'm not.
Message count: 6
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Mining- (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: http://bitinfocharts.com/blocksize-and-bitcoin-future-chart/
Last message: [00:11] [23:21] [00:20]
Message count: 57
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rooty (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: @emmaw
Last message: but please don't PM me about that :)
Message count: 6
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Zubian (Chat_Report.25>2 - XL)
First message: so is this the one with the red pill?
Last message: not sure why the devs don't do it, but there are some good reasons
Message count: 13
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MinecraftBot (Chat_Report.26)
Only message: I am the Minecraft Bot! Set up to remind you that Minecraft is a game we should all play happily.
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FailedPrecursor (Chat_Report.26)
First message: No, this bot will do a great job of that
Last message: Just don't think I'm not watching.
Message count: 22
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krispykrackers
First message: Ajarm: That's the idea. The idea of a repo being hosted "on one server" is just a problem of scalability/filling the space on the server where the repo is hosted. I'd have no problem with that. (Chat_Report.27)
Last message: :) (Chat_Report.32)
Message count: 28
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rob_hoegee (Chat_Report.27)
Only message: you don't want to put all your eggs in one basket, i would agree with that
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dine909 (Chat_Report.27)
First message: i know, i tried the old client for like 5 years straight and never upgraded
Last message: yes you did, and you should have paid back the amount i had invested
Message count: 8
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Surtur
First message: Ajarm: No, no I don't (Chat_Report.27)
Last message: I hope it would be of some help to you, Mitten. (Chat_Report.28)
Message count: 56
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jhansen828 (Chat_Report.28)
First message: I suppose, but how would that be possible without the blockchain?
Last message: It just means that it will be hard to make it hard to make it hard to do so
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2019.10.21 16:25 Henbury Know Your Rav: Part IV - Key Evidence

Know Your Rav: Part IV - Key Evidence

Know Your Rav: Part IV - Key Evidence

Know Your Rav is a series of posts about Sam William Henry, Teresa Halbach's RAV4. These posts aim to be evidence-based, and consider and build upon previous posts from various sources and combine new and original analysis. In Part I, I confirmed that there was no second/decoy RAV4. In Part II, I impeached the testimony of John Ertl. In Part III, I impeached Mr Ertl's testimony again, broke the chain of custody of Sam William Henry, and revealed further perjury. Now in Parts IV-VI, and as expected, the bolts story given by Mr Ertl will be shown to be nuts...

Know Your Rav Series:
Part I - Sam William Henry (VIN: JT3HP10V5X7113044)
Part II - Retrieving Sam William Henry: How Ertl Gave Avery the Shaft
Part III - The Wheels of Justice Turn Slowly
Part IV - Key Evidence
Part V - The Bolts are Nuts
Part VI - Wisconsin Gets a Broken Shaft In The Rear

Introduction

In Part I of this series, I explained the vehicle specifications of Sam William Henry and demonstrated there was no second/decoy RAV4 because Exhibit 192 clearly shows VIN JT3HP10V5X7113044, confirming the RAV4 in the possession of the State/Law Enforcement was Sam William Henry. Further images of the full or partial VIN on Sam William Henry have since been recognised or obtained:
01 Part I - Sam William Henry VIN's
In Part II of this series, I impeached the testimony of Mr Ertl, who perjured himself, because I demonstrated that a 1999 Toyota RAV4 does not have one front driveshaft that can be unbolted, and that Sam William Henry came to rest in the WSCL garage facing the wrong way.
02 Part II - How Ertl Gave Avery the Shaft
In Part III of this series, I demonstrated that all four (4) wheels of Sam William Henry showed evidence of turning in the time between photographs taken of the vehicle by Pam & Nicole Sturm at the Avery Salvage Yard on 5 November 2005 and when the vehicle came to rest at the WSCL garage on 6 November 2005. Despite Mr Ertl's testimony that one front driveshaft had been unbolted to disconnect both front wheels from the engine/transmission, evidence that all four (4) wheels had turned was only possible if Sam William Henry was unlocked and entered to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral.
03 Part III - The Wheels of Justice Turn Slowly
Now, watch me wreck the narrative of Mr Ertl and the State again.

1999 TOYOTA RAV4 (XA10 SERIES) DRIVETRAIN ASSEMBLY
The “rear driveshaft” of a 1999 Toyota RAV4 which delivers torque from the engine/transmission to the rear wheels consists of two shafts joined in series: the intermediate shaft and the propeller shaft. At the forward-most end of the intermediate shaft is a splined join to the transaxle. Moving towards the rear, the intermediate shaft passes through the center bearing and ends in a flange, which is joined to the heavy propeller shaft by six (6) hex-shaped Allen bolts. The rear-most end of the propeller shaft terminates in another flange which is joined by four (4) driveshaft flange bolts to the companion flange of the rear differential. The rear differential then drives the rear wheels by two (2) short axles. The propeller shaft can be disconnected from the rear differential by removing the four (4) driveshaft flange bolts. The rear driveshaft assembly is demonstrated below.
04 1999 Toyota RAV4 Drivetrain Assembly
Examples of the four (4) driveshaft flange bolts in situ connecting the propeller shaft to the rear differential can be seen here:
YouTube video: How does then Toyota RAV4 4wd system works
YouTube video: Toyota Rav4 Drive Shaft Removal
YouTube video: Betty RAV Diff Mount Stiffening ( 1994-2000 RAV4 front diff mount fix)
05 YouTube Video Sceenshots of Driveshaft Flange Bolts
The join between the propeller shaft and rear differential is the only place this set of four (4) driveshaft flange bolts is found anywhere on a 1999 Toyota RAV4 drivetrain.

Findings

The relevant timeline of events with significant findings is considered below.

11/05/05:
Sam William Henry was located at the Avery Salvage Yard. Records shows that Det. Dave Remiker (MTSO) reached out to Mr John Ertl (WSCL) before the missing person investigation was formally handed over to CASO; and that the purpose for MTSO contacting the WSCL was not to respond to the scene to conduct a forensic examination, but rather to remove Sam William Henry from the scene. Accordingly, MTSO appears to have controlled the disposition of the vehicle:
  • 11:43hrs MTSO Dispatch: "CONTACT CRIME LAB OUT OF MADISON" [MTSO Dispatch 1]
  • 11:45hrs Det. Remiker documented: "The decision to turn over the scene to the CASO and DCl was made". Sheriff Geraldine Pagel told Inv. John Dedering the scene would be turned over to CASO under the mutual aid pact for Manitowoc County [MTSO 6; CASO 72; Remiker Notes 117; Hermann Testimony 179, 180]. Sheriff Pagel documented that after he agreed CASO would be the lead investigative agency, he placed a phone call to Jim Warren, Administrator of DCI upon which Sheriff Pagel explained the situation and requested DCI assistance. Mr Warren said he would contact the WSCL and request that their mobile unit also respond to the ASY [CASO 59]
  • ~11:54 Remiker documented he received call back from Ertl at ~11:54hrs. Remiker documented: "[Ertl] requested further information on the investigation and directions to our location. JOHN advised that they would be leaving shortly and would arrive at our location within the next 3.0-3.5 hours". Ertl documented he called Remiker at approx. 12:00hrs. Ertl testified "...It was a Saturday, so I wasn't at work, but I was on call. So the Manitowoc County Sheriff's Department called the laboratory number and our answering service forwarded the call to me. And it was Detective Dave Remiker, asked that -- Well, he explained to me that he had a missing persons case out of Calumet County they were getting involved with, but the vehicle belonging to that person had been located in Manitowoc County. And he would like for the lab to come and look at the area around the vehicle and to recover the vehicle and bring it back to the laboratory" and "He told me his name, what agency he was with, that he was working in conjunction with another agency and with the state agency and that he was requesting our assistance..." (p78) [MTSO 6, Ertl Testimony 9, 15, 78]
  • 11:54hrs Det. Remiker documented: "John Ertl - crime lab enroute shortly" [Remiker Notes 117]
  • 11:57hrs MTSO Dispatch: "RECEIVED CALL BACK FROM STATE CRIME LAB, 608-831-5416 CALL BACK" [MTSO Dispatch 1]
  • 12:00 MTSO Dispatch: "CRIME LAB WILL BE ENROUTE SHORTLY" [MTSO Dispatch 1]
Due to Saplings in front of the vehicle and the vehicles and pond opposite, Sam William Henry had to be retrieved from behind, and towed around the pond to the flat area. Accordingly, Sam William Henry could only be retrieved if the front wheels were unlocked, either by:
  • Opening and entering the vehicle to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral, or
  • Disconnecting the front wheels from the engine/transmission, and rolling the vehicle on its front wheels (with the rear wheels lifted).
Mr Ertl (WSCL) was assisted by Maribel Fire Chief Paul Rabas (also of Rabas Garage Inc.) to retrieve Sam William Henry from where it was found at the Avery Salvage Yard. It is inferred from S/A Thomas Fassbender's testimony that it was MTSO who contacted Mr Rabas and organised for him to respond to the Avery Salvage Yard - once again, MTSO controlled the disposition of the vehicle. Mr Ertl later claimed in his testimony that one front driveshaft was unbolted to disconnect both front wheels, and the vehicle was retrieved rolling on its front wheels (with the rear wheels lifted, which still had the driveshaft attached). Mr Ertl and Guang Zhang (WSCL) are apparently the only two (2) witnesses to the activities of Mr Rabas. According to Scene Logs, S/A Fassbender, Inv. Mark Wiegert, and DA Ken Kratz were on-scene and are likely witnesses to at least the loading of the vehicle into a covered trailer. Mr Ertl was also assisted by Nick Mirsberger of Pethan Auto to transport Sam William Henry in the covered trailer apparently to the WSCL garage in Madison, taking longer than expected in accordance with trip calculators.
Later, in a report detailing his activities on 5 November 2005 (dated 23 November 2005), Mr Ertl did not document exactly how Sam William Henry was retrieved [11/23/05 - First Ertl Report (11/05/05)]. Relevantly, Mr Zhang apparently took more photos of Sam William Henry at the Avery Salvage Yard than what is known to have been disclosed. Given the potential for photos of the vehicle to show an already disconnected rear driveshaft, and that Mr Zhang was a witness to the later activities of Mr Rabas, DA Kratz subsequently lobbied through his stipulation project, and succeeded, in having Mr Zhang excluded as a witness (Motion to Supplement PCR - Exhibit 5).
06 11/23/05 - First Ertl Report (11/05/05)
In a second report also dated 23 November 2005, Mr Ertl did not refer to his activities on 5 November 2005 [11/23/05 - Second Ertl Report (11/06/05)].
It may be a Brady violation (Brady v Maryland) if Mr Ertl retained knowledge, or documented but did not disclose to the Defense, how Sam William Henry was retrieved. Unfortunately, the Defense failed to recognise that later photos of all four (4) wheels turning meant that Sam William Henry had to be opened and entered at the Avery Salvage Yard to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral, in order to:
  • Unlock the front wheels to pull Sam William Henry from the position it was found in; and
  • Load Sam William Henry onto the covered trailer at the Avery Salvage Yard and off again at the WSCL garage in Madison.

11/06/05:
Mr Groffy testified he photographed Sam William Henry in the condition/position as found in the WSCL garage on 6 November 2005 as depicted in his photos: see Exhibits 289, 290 and 293. As noted, the direction Sam William Henry is facing conflicts with Mr Ertl's later testimony; and evidence that all four (4) wheels had turned was only possible if Sam William Henry was unlocked and entered to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral when the vehicle was moved.
07 Exhibits 289, 290 and 293; Reportedly taken by Mr Groffy on 6 November 2005
A higher quality example of Exhibit 289 was made available in season 2 of Making a Murderer. Enhancing that image demonstrates that the rear driveshaft of Sam William Henry had already been disconnected and was hanging from the undercarriage of the vehicle at the WSCL garage in Madison.
08 Exhibit 289 (Enhanced) and Inset: Disconnected Rear Driveshaft
The significance of this cannot be understated - Mr Ertl claimed in his later testimony not only that it was one nonexistent front driveshaft that was unbolted, but also that the rear driveshaft was still attached. Accordingly, driveshaft bolts must have already been removed from the rear driveshaft of Sam William Henry. However, they cannot be accounted for: there is no known report about the status of Sam William Henry, or photographic evidence of any envelope and/or driveshaft bolts being removed from the vehicle before or during it's examination at the WSCL. Unlike other items removed from Sam William Henry whilst in the custody of the WSCL, no driveshaft bolts were entered into the chain of custody [WSCL Ledgers].
There is also no known report by the WSCL about the forensic examination of Sam William Henry, where it would be expected to be reported that the rear driveshaft was found to be already disconnected.
However, the WSCL does in fact compile comprehensive reports about vehicles it examines. For example, the Avery’s red International flatbed tow truck confiscated from Crivitz underwent a thorough forensic examination, and even though it was actually irrelevant to the investigation, it was still comprehensively detailed in a Crime Scene Worksheet document [11/07/05 - Haas Report (Exam of International Truck)].
It would be a Brady violation (Brady v Maryland) if a corresponding Crime Scene Worksheet document for Sam William Henry exists but was not disclosed to the Defense; and it would be a pre-trial Youngblood violation (Arizona v Youngblood) if Sam William Henry and/or evidence pertaining to the vehicle had/has been lost or destroyed.

11/07/05:
In conflict with later testimony by Mr Ertl that Sam William Henry was immediately transported to the WSCL, and by Mr Groffy that he photographed the vehicle at the WSCL the following day, it appears as though Sam William Henry did not actually arrive at the WSCL until 7 November 2005, when Capt. Paul Rusch (CASO) submitted the RAV4 (item A) in person to the WSCL in Madison [WSCL Ledgers]. There is no known report written by Capt. Rusch about his activities on this date.
09 WSCL Ledgers
In the event the vehicle was already in Madison as witnesses claimed, it is unrealistic to expect it to be necessary for Capt. Rusch to drive all the way from Calumet County to Madison just to submit paperwork for the vehicle in person: there is plenty of evidence of CASO Officers successfully using fax machines throughout the Teresa Halbach missing persons/murder investigation. It is reasonable to conclude that Capt. Rusch must have physically delivered Sam William Henry on 7 November 2005.
Where the vehicle could have been kept, and what was done with it in the interim, is not known. WSCL Employee Time Sheet Data and Paycheck Data for the month of November 2005 demonstrates that apparently Steve Harrington and Ronald Groffy worked 11:30-15:30hrs and 12:30-1530hrs respectively on 6 November 2005. However this does not necessarily mean they worked at the WSCL in Madison.
Mr Harrington and Mr Groffy also allegedly discovered blood on the ignition and rear cargo area of Sam William Henry, on which presumptive tests for blood were positive. There is no known mention of blood elsewhere in the vehicle at this time. Search Warrant Affidavits by Inv. Wiegert (7 November 2005) and Sheriff Pagel (9 November 2005) reference the finding of "blood" and "visible palm prints" in or on Sam William Henry by Mr Harrington and "WSCL technicians" on 6 November 2005. The Affidavits by Inv. Wiegert (7 November 2005), Sheriff Pagel (9 November 2005), and S/A Fassbender (Criminal Complaint 15 November 2005) also reference that S/A Fassbender received a Preliminary Report of RAV4 examination on 6 November 2005. For example:
"On November 6, 2005, a preliminary report was received from the Wisconsin State Crime Lab indicating a presumptive positive finding of human blood located within the interior of Teresa Halbach’s vehicle. Steven Harrington of the State of Wisconsin Crime Laboratory confirmed that technicians had located the presumptive human blood in the rear cargo portion of the vehicle as well as the ignition area of the vehicle."
Pursuant to FOIA request, CASO has denied that any Preliminary Report of RAV4 examination document exists.
According to the Affidavit by S/A Fassbender (Criminal Complaint 15 November 2005), amongst other recognisable names, Mr Harrington was listed as a witness on whose reports and investigations the State relied upon; and that his statements were presumed truthful and reliable as a citizen informant.
Yet Mr Harrington never appeared at Mr Avery's pretrial hearings or full trial.
There is also an issue with the assignment of lab ID numbers to the rambler hood and silver box, also reportedly submitted by Capt. Rusch at this same time on 7 November 2005.
Sherry Culhane explained:
From Steven Avery Trial Transcript, 23/26 February 2007 (Day 10-11):
Gahn: Ms Culhane, would you describe for the jury what procedures your Crime Lab has in place for the documentation and processing of evidence that is brought to your lab for analysis?
Culhane: When evidence is brought into the lab for analysis, whether it's through the mail or directly from an officer, we have individuals known as evidence specialists who take that evidence into the lab. They check to make sure it is packaged properly, that it's sealed properly. And then they give an item designation and a case designation to each piece of evidence. We have a computerized tracking system in the laboratory that works on a bar code system and a bar code is printed that identifies that piece of evidence as belonging to a specific case with a number and it also gives it a item designation. [121]

Gahn: Ms Culhane, you state that they contain what's called a item designation number; what is that number?
Culhane: That's a number that we assign to that item when it comes into the laboratory. We start with a case with item designation A and then we go through the alphabet. And so that is the item designation that we assign the item. [130]
The rambler hood (AW) and silver box (AX) weren't assigned item designation numbers until after the standard fingerprint + palmprint card of Steven Avery (AV) which was submitted to the WSCL on 10 November 2005. Accordingly, even though the rambler hood and silver box were photographed early by Mr Groffy with Sam William Henry at the WSCL garage (see Exhibits 191, 289 and 290), the two items weren't actually accepted as evidence by the WSCL until sometime between item AV (at 08:45hrs on 10 November 2005) and item AY (at 08:47hrs on 11 November 2005).
This represents yet another failed protocol by the WSCL.

KEY EVIDENCE: THE ODOMETER AND THE BATTERY
Also on 7 November 2005, (according to a DCI report dated 14 December 2005) S/A Fassbender spoke with Mr Groffy from the WSCL via phone and was informed who was processing Sam William Henry. S/A Fassbender was told that receipt books, telephone, camera and keys were not located in the vehicle; however a blue athletic type bag (at which time the contents were unknown) and a broken light were located inside the vehicle. S/A Fassbender was advised that the light was apparently from the parking lamp area at the front of the vehicle.
Mr Groffy then told S/A Fassbender that the odometer reading was 95,753 and "it was learned that the battery in the RAV4 was disconnected". Mr Groffy, with assistance of Mr Nick Stahlke, also discussed front seat measurements (although Mr Groffy testified that this occurred on 8 November 2005).
According to the Official Toyota 1999 RAV4 Owner’s Manual, the odometer is a digital display on the instrument panel behind the steering wheel. The instrument panel on Sam William Henry demonstrably has a digital odometer:
10 Instrument Panel from Owners Manual and CASO IMG_2730 (Odometer Digital Display)
Therefore, the only way to read the odometer on the vehicle is to insert a key into the ignition, turn it to the ACC or ON position, and if the vehicle has power through a connected battery, the odometer reading will be displayed. Accordingly, although Mr Groffy learned that the battery on the vehicle was not connected, the battery was obviously subsequently connected in order to read the odometer, and Mr Groffy also demonstrated that the WSCL had a key to the vehicle in its possession, which was used in the ignition.
However, there are conflicting reports, affidavits and testimony as to when exactly the WSCL had a key to the vehicle, when it was used, and when the battery was connected.
If a key was made to be used on Sam William Henry, it could only have been done in one of three (3) ways:
  1. A dealer or authorised agent creates a new key based on the VIN;
  2. A locksmith (or equivalent) creates a new key based on the key code, which requires viewing the code stamped on the lock cylinder of the front passenger door (rolling down the window and inserting a mirror or pulling apart the door) [CASO 288; Fax from NICB]; or
  3. Directly copying an existing key (which is used as a template).
Alternatively, the WSCL could have used an existing key known to belong to the vehicle.
Regarding the “key the WSCL had made in order to enter the Toyota RAV4 vehicle” (the copy key #8037) and pursuant to this FOIA request, the WSCL has searched its records and unequivocally stated that it does not have records responsive to establishing when the State purchased the key, who was paid to make it, or how much it cost to make it [FOIA request]. This tends to exclude options (1) and (2) above, meaning either the WSCL received the copy key from someone or somewhere else (eg. MTSO, who made it before 5 November 2005); or it copied an exisitng key it already held in its possession.
On 6 November 2005, Mr Groffy claimed that when he approached the vehicle, the drivers door was already unlocked [Groffy Testimony].
On 8 November 2005 after the Toyota Kee (#7620) was allegedly found in Mr Avery’s bedroom, it was transported to the WSCL, where Ms Culhane swabbed it and then tried it in the ignition. According to Ms Culhane, the day after Mr Groffy successfully read the odometer on 7 November 2005, she seemed surprised to learn the battery was not connected:
From Steven Avery Pretrial Transcript, 6 December 2005:
Johnson: Okay. And then you turned the ignition and it turned over?
Culhane: Actually, it didn't turn over because, I believe -- It didn't crank. I believe the battery was disconnected?
Johnson: Oh.
Culhane: But it -- I mean it turned completely over. It just didn't crank the engine. [171]
From Steven Avery Trial Transcript, 23/26 February 2007 (Day 10-11):
Gahn: Please explain to the jurors what you do with the key.
Culhane: I took the key to see if it fit the vehicle. So I put the key into the ignition. I still had, of course, gloves on, during this entire process. I put the key into the ignition and turned the ignition. It did turn the ignition, but it did not crank the car. And I later learned that that was because, I believe, the battery had been disconnected. But it did actually turn completely over. I also locked, I believe it was the front driver's side door, and used the key to unlock the door. [178]
However, not only does S/A FAssbender's DCI report dated 14 December 2005 betray Ms Culhane's testimony, but the Search Warrant affidavits at the time also reveal that the WSCL had indeed used a key on the vehicle as early as 7 November 2007, and that the battery was in fact connected.
Pagel: On 9 November 2005, Sheriff Pagel signed an affidavit, which significantly conflicts with the narrative that the Toyota Kee (#7620) was found on 8 November 2005 and that the battery was not connected when Ms Culhane tried the Toyota Kee (#7620) on 8 November 2005:
15. Your affiant is informed that on November 7, 2005, Deputy Dan Kucharski of the Calumet County Sheriff’s Department located a Toyota ignition key adjacent to a night stand in the bedroom of Steven Avery’s residence located at 12932 Avery Road in the Town of Gibson, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. Your affiant is informed that the key located adjacent to the nightstand in the bedroom of Steven Avery’s residence was successfully used in the ignition of the Toyota Rav 4 owned by Teresa M. Halbach. The key started the vehicle.
Fassbender: On 15 November 2005, S/A Fassbender signed an affidavit in the Criminal Complaint against Ms Avery:
Complainant is informed that on November 7, 2005, Deputy Dan Kucharski continued the search of the defendant’s bedroom located at 12932 Avery Road, Town of Gibson, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. Deputy Kucharski located a Toyota ignition key adjacent to furniture found within the bedroom of the defendant, Steven Avery. Complainant is informed that the key located in the bedroom of Steven Avery;s residence was successfully used in the ignition of the Toyota Rav 4 owned by Teresa M. Halbach; the key successfully turned the ignition of the Halbach vehicle.
Dedering: Later on 9 December 2005, Inv, Dedering signed an affidavit, where the date the Toyota Kee (#7620) was found was corrected to 8 November 2005, but still inconsistent with Ms Culhane, the battery must have been connected because the vehicle was started:
5. Your affiant is informed that on November 8, 2005, Deputy Dan Kucharski of the Calumet County Sherriff’s Department located a Toyota ignition key adjacent to a night stand in the bedroom of Steven Avery’s residence located at 12932 Avery Road in the Town of Gibson, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. Your affiant is informed the key located adjacent to the nightstand in the bedroom of Steven Avery’s residence was successfully used in the ignition of the Toyota Rav 4 owned by Teresa M. Halbach. The key started the vehicle. Prior to seizing the key, Deputy Kucharski took digital photographs of the bookcase (see attached Exhibit 1) and of the key itself (see attached Exhibit 2).
The effect of Ms Culhane’s testimony was to shift time ahead twenty-four (24) hours to make it appear the WSCL did not have a key that was being used on the vehicle until the Toyota Kee (#7620) was found and sent to the WSCL on 8 November 2005. Of course, the State could have fallen back on the copy key: but according to the FOIA request, the State cannot verify when or how the copy key came into existence. The State cannot come back from its denial of the FOIA request - if it does indeed hold records pertaining to the key, then the State was not truthful in response to the FOIA request; and vice versa.
There seems to be an issue recognised by the State regarding the WSCL’s possession and use of a key that fit the vehicle, and the connection of the battery, before 8 November 2005. Both are established as occurring as early as 7 November 2005. Ms Culhane was apparently willing to perjure herself in order to hide this activity.

11/11/05:
According to Cpl. Wendorf, after the WSCL had completed its examination of Sam William Henry, Cpl. Wendorf and Lt. John Byrnes (CASO) were dispatched to Madison to collect the vehicle (as well as Mr Avery’s Grand Am) [CASO 229]. They were joined by Bryan Roehrig (Scott's Towing) and Dan Bangart (Dan's Towing). Sam William Henry and the Grand Am were each loaded onto a flatbed tow truck (Scott's Towing and Dan's Towing, respectively). Also given to Cpl. Wendorf by Lucy Meier (WSCL) was "a key the WSCL had made in order to enter the Toyota RAV4 vehicle as the original vehicle key had not been located at the time they had received the vehicle.”
There is no evidence that any driveshaft bolts or miscellaneous items (later found in the rear cargo area of Sam William Henry) were ever taken into custody by the WSCL and/or returned to CASO. Cpl. Wendorf does not report that he was informed or otherwise aware that there were items of evidence in the rear cargo area of the vehicle [CASO 229; WSCL Ledgers].
Sam William Henry was taken to storage unit complex off Mary St in Chilton. In 2005, this storage unit complex was in a rural area, secluded from a main road and doubtfully secure.
11 Storage Unit Complex, Chilton: Satellite (2005) and Street View (2007)
Upon arrival at the storage units off Mary St in Chilton, Sam William Henry was offloaded from the flatbed. Cpl. Wendorf reported:
"I did personally view the offloading of the vehicle and did utilize the key that had been made to turn the wheels so that it could be placed inside the storage unit. I then did tape the vehicle doors with evidence tape and initial, date and time stamp such evidence tape. The unit was then closed and locked with a fresh, brand new Master Lock key lock that had been removed from its packaging."
As the rear driveshaft of Sam William Henry was already disconnected, the driveshaft bolts must have already been removed. In his report, Cpl. Wendorf does not describe exactly how the vehicle was loaded on or off the Scott's Towing flatbed. The proper procedure for loading a vehicle onto a flatbed is to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral and winch the vehicle onto the tilted tray. Mr Roehrig also had no means to lift either end of the vehicle and admittedly, both a copy key existed and Cpl. Wendorf used that key to unlock the steering and turn the wheels, so it is reasonable to conclude Mr Roehrig/Cpl. Wendorf shifted the transmission into Neutral when moving the vehicle. There is no reason for Mr Roehrig (Scott’s Towing) to remove any driveshaft bolts.
Importantly, despite opening Sam William Henry to sit in the drivers seat so that he could utilize the copy key to turn the wheels of the vehicle to help move it into storage, Cpl. Wendorf did not report that he observed any object on the drivers seat; or that any object prevented him from sitting in the drivers seat. It is therefore doubtful that an envelope containing the driveshaft bolts was found and/or left on the drivers seat by Cpl. Wendorf.
Once Sam William Henry was secured, the vehicle was then entered onto CASO Ledger 05-205 (#8027). The copy key (#8037) and keys to the storage unit (#8038) were taken back to the Calumet County Sheriff's Department (CCSD) and entered into evidence storage. [CASO 229; CASO Ledger 05-205].
According to the CASO Investigative Report and CASO Ledgers, Sam William Henry and the storage unit (including the keys to the lock for the storage unit) were not disturbed until 13 January 2006 [CASO Ledger 05-205].
Continued in Know Your Rav: Part V - The Bolts Are Nuts...

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2019.10.17 00:10 MarleyEngvall Lecture XXII — The Youth of David (ii)

By Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.D. He fled to Naioth (or "the pastures") of Ramah, to Samuel. This is the first recorded occasion of his meet- ing with Samuel since the original interview during his boyhood at Bethlehem. It might almost seem as if David had intended to devote himself with his musical and poetical gifts to the prophetical office, and give up the cares and dangers of public life. But he had a higher destiny still. The consecrated haunts which even over the mind of Saul exercised a momentary in- fluence, were not to become the permanent refuge of the greatest soul of that stirring age. Although up to this time both the king and himself had thought that a reunion was possible, it now appeared that the madness of Saul became constantly more settled and ferocious, and David's danger proportionably greater. The tid- ings of it were conveyed to him in the secret interview with Jonathan, by the cairn of Ezel, of which the rec- ollection was probably handed down through Jonathan's descendants when they came to David's court. The interview brings out all the peculiarities of Jona- than's character,——his little artifices, his love both for his father and his friend, his bitter disappointment at his father's ungovernable fury, his familiar sport of archery, under cover of which the whole meeting takes place. The former compact between the two friends is resumed, extending even to their immediate posterity; Jonathan laying such emphasis on this portion of the agreement as almost to suggest the belief that he had a slight misgiving of David's future conduct in this respect. With tender words and wild tears, the two friends parted, never again to meet in the royal home. His refuge in the centre of Prophetical influence had been discovered. He therefore turned to another sanct- uary, one less congenial, but therefore less to be sus- pected. On the slope of Olivet, overlooking the still unconquered city of Jerusalem, all unconscious of the future sanctity of that venerable hill, stood the last relic of the ancient nomadic times——the tabernacle of the Wanderings, round which since the fall of Shiloh had dwelt the descendants of the house of Eli. It was a little colony of Priests. No less than eighty-five per- sons ministerered there in the white linen dress of the Priesthood, and all their families and herd were gath- ered round them. The Priest was not so ready to be- friend as had been the Prophet. As the solitary fugi- tive, famished and unarmed, stole up the mountain-side, he met with a cold reception from the cautious and courtly Ahimelech. By a ready story of a secret mis- sion from Saul, and of a hidden company of attendants, he put Ahimelech off his guard; and by an urgent en- treaty, it may be by a gentle flattery, persuaded him to give him five loaves from the consecrated store, and the sword of the Philistine giant from its place behind the sacred vestment of the priestly oracle, and through that oracle to give him counsel for his future guidance. It was a slight incident, as it would seem, in the flight of David, but it led to terrible results, it was fraught with a momentous lesson. As the loaves and the sword were handed to David out of the sacred curtains, his eye rested on a well-known face, which filled him with dismay. It was Doeg, the Edomite keeper of Saul's stables, who had in earlier years (so it was believed) chosen him as Saul's minstrel. he was for some cere- monial reason enclosed within the sacred precincts; and David immediately augured ill. On the information of Doeg followed one of those ruthless massacres with which the history of this age abounds; the house of Ithamar was destroyed, and the sanctuary of Nob over- thrown. It may be that with the savage sentiment of revenge was mingled in the King's mind some pretext from the profanation of the sacred bread for common use. Jewish teachers in later times imagined that the loaves thus given became useless in the hands of the hungry fugitive. But a Higher than Saul or David selected this act of Ahimelech as the one incident in David's life which was to bestow His especial commenda- tion; because it contained——however tremulously and guardedly expressed——the great Evangelical truth that the ceremonial law, however rigid, must give way be- fore the claims of suffering humanity. Prophet and priest having alike failed to protect him, David now threw himself on the mercy of his enemies, the Philistines. They seemed to have been at this time united under a single head, Achish, King of Gath, and in his court David took refuge. There, at least, Saul could not pursue him. But, discovered possibly by "the sword of Goliath," his presence revived the national enmity of the Philistines against their for- mer conqueror. According to one version he was actu- ally imprisoned, and was in danger of his life; and he only escaped by feigning a madness, probably suggested by the ecstasies of the Prophetic schools: violent gest- ures, playing on the gates of the city as a drum or cymbal, letting his beard grow, and foaming at the mouth. There was a noble song of triumph ascribed to him on the success of this plan. Even if not actually composed by him, it is remarkable as showing what a religious aspect was ascribed in after-times to one of the most secular and natural events of his life. "The angel of the Lord encamped about him' in his prison, and "delivered him." And he himself is described as breath- ing the loftiest tone of moral dignity in the midst of his lowest degradation: "Keep thy tongue from evil and "thy lips that they speak no guile. Depart from evil "and do good, seek peace and pursue it." He was now an outcast from both nations. Israel and Philistia were alike closed against him. There was no resource but that of an independent outlaw. His first retreat was at the cave of Adul- lam, probably the large cavern not far from Bethlehem, now called Khureitûn. From its vicinity to Bethlehem, he was joined there by his whole family, now feeling them insecure from Saul's fury. This was prob- ably the foundation of his intimate connection with his nephews, the sons of Zeruiah. Of these, Abishai, with two other companions, was among the earliest. Besides these, were outlaws from every part, including doubtless some of the original Canaanites——of whom the name of one at least has been preserved, Ahimelech the Hit- tite. In the vast columnar halls and arched chambers of this subterranean palace, all who had any grudge against the existing system gathered round the hero of the coming age, the unconscious materials out of which a new world was to be formed. His next move was to a stronghold, either the moun- tain afterwards called Herodium, close to Adul- lam, or the gigantic fastness afterwards called Masada, in the neighborhood of En-gedi. Whilst there, he had, for the sake of greater security, deposited his aged parents beyond the Jordan, with their ancestral kinsmen of Moab. The neighboring king, Nahash of Ammon, also treated him kindly. He was joined here by two separate bands. One was a detachment of men from Judah and Benjamin under his nephew Amasa, who henceforth attached himself to David's fortunes. Another was a little body of eleven Gadite mountain- eers, who swam the Jordan in flood-time to reach him. Each deserved special mention by name; each was renowned for his military rank or prowess; and their activity and fierceness was like the wild creatures of their own wild country; like the gazelles of heir hills. and the lions of their forests. Following on their track, as it would seem, another companion appears for the first time, a schoolfellow, if we may use the word, from the schools of Samuel, the prophet Gad, who appears suddenly, like Elijah, as if he too, as his name implies, had come, like Elijah, from the hills and forests of Gad. It was whilst he was with these little bands that a foray of the Philistines had descended on the vale of Rephaim in harvest time. The animals were there being laden with ripe corn. The officer in charge of the expedition was on the watch in the neighboring village of Bethlehem. David, in one of those passionate accesses of homesickness, which be- long to his character, had longed for a draught of water from the well, which e remembered by the gate of his native village, that precious water which was afterwards conveyed by costly conduits to Jerusalem. So devoted were his adherents, so determined to gratify every want, however trifling, that three of them started instantly, fought their way through the intervening army of the Philistines, and brought back the water. His noble spirit rose at the sight. With a still loftier thought than that which inspired Alexander's like sentiment in the desert of Gedrosia, he poured the cherished water on the ground——"as an offering to the Lord." That which had been won by the lives of three gallant chiefs was too sacred for him t drink, but it was on that very account deemed by him as worthy to be con- secrated in sacrifice to God as any of the prescribed offerings of the Levitical ritual. Pure Chivalry and pure Religion there found an absolute union. At the warning of gad, David fled next to the forest of Hareth (which has long ago been cleared away) among the hills of Judah, and there again fell in with the Philistines, and, apparently ad- vised by Gad, made a descent on their foraging parties, and relieved a fortress of repute at that time, Keilah, in which he took up his abode until the harvest was gathered safely in. He was now for the first time in a fortified town of his own, and to no other situation can we equally well ascribe what may be almost called the Fortess-Hymn of the 31st Psalm. By this time the 400 who had joined him at Adullam had swelled to 600. Here he received the tidings that Nob had been destroyed, and the priestly family exterminated. The bearer of this news was the only survivor of the house of Ithamar, Abiathar, who brought with him the High-Priest's ephod, with the Urim and Thummim, which were henceforth regarded as Abiathar's special charge, and from him, accordingly, David received ora- cles and directions as to his movements. A fierce burst of indignation against Doeg, the author of the massa- cre, traditionally commemorates the period of the re- ception of this news. The situation of David was now changed by the appearance of Saul himself on the scene. Apparently the danger was too great for the little army to keep together. They escaped from Keilah, and dispersed, "whithersoever they could go," amongst the fastnesses of Judah. The inhabitants of Keilah were probably Canaanites. At any rate, they could not be punished for sheltering the young outlaw. It may be, too, that the inhabitants of southern Judea retained a fearful recollection of the victory of Saul over their ancient enemies, the Amalek- ites, the great trophy of which had been set up on the southern Carmel. The pursuit (so far as we can trace it) now becomes unusually hot. He is in the wilderness of Ziph. Under the shade of he forest of Ziph for the last time, he sees Jona- than. Once (or twice) the Ziphites betray his move- ments to Saul. From thence Saul literally hunts him like a partridge, the treacherous Ziphites beating the bushes before him, or, like a single flea skipping from crag to crag before the 3000 men stationed to catch even the print of his footsteps on the hills. David finds himself driven to a fresh covert, to the wilderness of Maon. On two, if not three occasions, the pursuer and pursued catch sight of each other. Of the first of these escapes, the memory was long preserved in the name of the Cliff of Divisions, given to the rock down one side of which David climbed, whilst Saul was sur- rounding the hill on the other side, and whence he was suddenly called away by a panic of Philistine invasion. On another occasion, David took refuge in a cave at Engedi, so called from the beautiful spring fre- quented by the wild goats which leap from rock to rock along the precipices immediately above the Dead Sea. The hills were covered with the pur- suers. Into the cavern, where in the darkness no one was visible, Saul turned aside for a moment, as Eastern wayfarers are wont, from public observation. David and his followers were seated in the innermost recesses of the cave, and saw, without being seen, the King come in and it down, spreading his wide robe, as is usual in the East on such occasions, before and behind the per- son so occupied. There had been an augury, a predic- tion of some kind, that a chance of securing his enemy would be thrown in David's way. The followers in their dark retreat suggest that now is the time. David, with a characteristic mixture of humor and generosity, descends and silently cuts off the skirt of the long robe from the back of the unconscious and preoccupied King, and then ensued the pathetic scene of remonstrance and forgiveness, which shows the true affection that lived beneath the hostility of the two rivals. The third meeting (if it can be distinguished from the one just given) was again in the wilderness of Ziph. The King was intrenched in a regular camp, formed by the usual Hebrew fortifications of wagons and baggage. Into this enclosure David penetrated by night, and car- ried off the cruse of water, and the well-known royal spear of Saul, which had twice so nearly transfixed him to the wall in former days. The same scene is repeated as at Engedi,——and this is the last interview between Saul and David. "Return, my son David; for "I will no more do thee harm, because my soul was pre- "cious in thine eyes this day. . . . . Blessed be thou, "my son David; thou shalt both do great things and "also shalt prevail." The crisis was now passed. The earlier stage of David's life is drawing to its close. Samuel was dead and with him the house of Ramah was extinct. Saul had ceased to be dangerous, and the end of that troub- led reign was rapidly approaching. David is now to return to a greater than his former position, by the same door through which he left it, as an ally of the Philistine kings. We seem for a moment to find him in one of the levels of life, which like many transitional epochs have the least elevation. He comes back not as a solitary fugitive, or persecuted suppliant, but as a powerful freebooter. His 600 followers have grown up into an organized force, with their wives and families about them. He has himself estab- lished a name and fame in the pastures of Southern Judea, which showed that his trials had already devel- oped within him some of theose royal, we may almost say imperious, qualities that mark his after-life. Two wives have followed his fortunes from these regions. Of one, Ahinoam, we know nothing except her bitrth- place, Jezreel, on the slopes of the southern Carmel. The other, Abigail, came from the same neighborhood, and her introduction to David opens to us a glimpse of the lighter side of his wanderings, that we cannot afford to lose; in which we see not only the romantic advent- ures of Gustavus Vasa, of Pelayo, of the Stuart Princes, but also the generous, genial life of the exiled Duke in the forest of Ardennes, or the outlaw of Sherwood forest. There lived in that part of the country Nabal, a pow- erful chief, whose wealth, as might be expected from his place of residence, consisted chiefly of sheep and goats. The tradition preserved the exact number of each, 3000 of the one, 1000 of the other. It was the custom of the shepherds to drive them into the wilderness of Carmel. Once a year there was a shearing, with eating and drinking, "like the feast of a "king." It was on one of these occasions that ten youths were seen approaching the hill. In them the shepherds recognized the slaves or attendants of the chief of a band of freebooters who had showed them unexpected kindness in their pastoral excursions. To Nabal they were unknown. They approached him with a triple salutation; enumerating the services of their master, and ended by claiming, with a mixture of courtesy and defiance so characteristic of the East, "whatsoever cometh to thy hand, for thy servants "and for thy son David." The great sheepmaster was not disposed to recognize this new parental relation. He was notorious for his obstinacy, and his low and cynical turn of mind. On hearing this demand, he sprang up and broke out into a fury: "Who is David? "and who is the son of Jesse?" The moment that the messengers were gone, the shepherds that stood by per- ceived the danger of their position. To Nabal himself they durst not speak. But they knew that he was married to a wife as beautiful and wise as he was the reverse. To Abigail, as to the good angel of the house- hold, one of the shepherds told the state of affairs. She loaded her husband's numerous asses with presents, and with her attendants running before her, rode down towards David's encampment. She was just in time. At that very moment he had made the usual vow of extermination against the whole household. She threw herself on her face before him, and poured forth her petition in language which both in form and substance almost assumes the tone of poetry. The main argu- ment rests on the description of her husband's charac- ter, which she draws with that union of playfulness and seriousness which, above all things, turns away wrath. "As his name is, so is he: Fool (Nabal) is his name and "folly is with him." She returned with the announce- ment that David had recanted his vow. Already the tenacious adhesion to these rash oaths had given way in the better heart of the people. Like the nobles of Palestine at a later period, Nabal had drunk to excess, and his wife dared not communicate to him either his danger or his escape. At break of day she told him both. The stupid reveller was suddenly aroused to a sense of his folly. It was as if a stroke of paralysis or apoplexy had fallen upon him. Ten days he lingered, "and the Lord smote Nabal and he died." The memory of his death long lived in David's memory, and in his dirge over the noblest of his enemies, he rejoiced to say that Abner had not died like Nabal. The rich and beautiful widow became his wife. in this new condition, David appears at the court of Achish, King of Gath. He is warmly welcomed. After the manner of Eastern potentates, Achish gave him, for his support, a city——Ziklag on the frontier of Philistia ——which thus became an appanage of the royal house of Judah. His increasing importance is indicated by the fact that a body of Benjamite archers and slingers, twenty-three of whom are specially named, joining him from the very tribe of his rival. Possibly during this stay he may have acquired the knowledge of military organization, in which the Philistines surpassed the Israelites, and in which he surpassed all preceding rulers of Israel. He deceived Achish into confidence by attacking the old nomadic inhabitants of the desert frontier, and with relentless severity, cutting off all witnesses of this deception, and representing the plunder to be from portions of the southern tribes of Israel or the nomadic tribes allied to them. But this confidence was not shared by the Philistine nobles; and accordingly when Achish went on his last victorious campaign against Saul, David was sent back, and thus escaped the difficul- ty of being present at the battle of Gilboa. He found that during his absence the Bedouin Amalekites, whom he had plundered during the previous year, had made a descent upon Ziklag, burnt it to the ground, and car- ried off the wives and children of the new settlement. A wild scene of frantic grief and recrimination ensued between David and his followers. It was calmed by an oracle of assurance from Abiathar. It happened that an important accession had just been made to his force. On his march to Gilboa, and on his retreat, he had been joined by some chiefs of the Manassites, through whose territory he was passing. Urgent as must have been the need for them at home, yet David's fascination carried them off, and they now assisted him against the plunderers. They overtook the invaders in the desert, to recover the spoil. These were the gifts with which David was now able, for the first time, to requite the friendly inhabitants of the scene of his wan- derings. A more lasting memorial was the law which traced its origin to the arrangement made by him, formerly in the affair with Nabal, but now again, more completely, for the equal division of the plunder amongst the two thirds who followed to the field, and the one third who remained to guard the baggage. Two days after this victory a Bedouin arrived from the North with the news of the defeat of Gilboa. The re- ception of the tidings of the death of his rival and of his friend, the solemn mourning, the vent of his indig- nation against the bearer of the message, the pathetic lamentation that followed, which form the natural close of this period of David's life, have been already de- scribed in their still nearer connection with the life and death of Saul. It is a period which has left on David's character marks never afterwards effaced. Hence sprang that ready sagacity, natural to one who had so long moved with his life in his hand. At the very beginning of this period of his career, it is said of him that he "behaved himself wisely," evidently with the impression that it was a wisdom called forth by his difficult position,——that peculiar Jewish caution, like the instinct of a hunted animal, so strongly developed in the persecuted Israelites of the middle ages. We cannot fix with certainty the dates of the Psalms of this epoch of his life. But, in some at least, we can trace the outward circum- stances with which he was surrounded. In them, we see David's flight "as a bird to the mountains,"——like the partridges that haunt the wild hills of southern Judah. As he catches the glimpses of Saul's archers and spearmen from behind the rocks, he sees them "bending their bows, making ready their arrows upon "the string,"——he sees the approach of those who hold no converse except through those armed, bristling bands, whose very "teeth are spears and arrows, and "their tongue a sharp sword." The savage scenery suggests the overthrow of his enemies. "They shall be a portion for the ravening "jackals." They shall be overtaken by fire and "brimstone, storm and tempest," such as laid waste the cities of old, in the deep chasms above which he was wandering. His mind teems with the recollections of the "rocks and fastnesses," the "caves and leafy "coverts" amongst which he takes refuge,——the "prec- "ipices" down which he "slips,"——the steps cut in the cliffs for him to tread in, the activity as of "a wild "goat" with which he bounds from crag to crag to escape his enemies. But yet more in these Psalms we observe the growth of his dependence on God, nurtured by his hairbreadth escapes. "As the Lord liveth, who hath redeemed my "soul out of adversity," was the usual form of his oath or asseveration in later times. The wild, waterless hills through which he passes, give a new turn to his longing after the fountain of Divine consolations. "O God, "thou art my God, early will I seek thee. My soul "thirsteth for thee in a barren and dry land where "no water is." The hiding-places in which the rock arches over his head are to him the very shadow of the Almighty wings. The summary of this whole period, when he was "delivered from the hand of all his "enemies, and from Saul," is that of one who knows that for some great purpose he has been drawn up from the darkest abyss of danger and distress. He seemed to have sunk down below the lowest depths of the sea and out of those depths his cry reached to the throne of God; and, as in a tremendous thunder-storm, with storm and wind, with thunder and lightning, with clouds and darkness, God himself descended and drew him forth. "He sent from above, He took me, He drew me "out of many waters." The means by which this de- liverance was achieved were, as far as we know, those which we see in the Book of Samuel,——the turns and chances of Providence, his own extraordinary activity, the faithfulness of his followers, the unexpected increase of his friends. But the act of deliverance itself is de- scribed in the language which belongs to the descent upon Mount Sinai or the Passage of the Red Sea. It was the exodus, though a single human soul, yet of a soul which reflected the whole nation. It was the giving of a second Law, though through the living tablets of a heart, deeper and vaster than the whole legislation of Moses. It was the beginning of a new Dispensation. 
from The History of the Jewish Church, Vol. II: From Samuel to the Captivity, by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.D., Dean of Westminster Charles Scribner's Sons, 1879; pp. 65 - 81
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2019.10.14 04:43 Henbury Know Your Rav: Part IV - Key Evidence

Know Your Rav: Part IV - Key Evidence

Know Your Rav: Part IV - Key Evidence

Know Your Rav is a series of posts about Sam William Henry, Teresa Halbach's RAV4. These posts aim to be evidence-based, and consider and build upon previous posts from various sources and combine new and original analysis. In Part I, I confirmed that there was no second/decoy RAV4. In Part II, I impeached the testimony of John Ertl. In Part III, I impeached Mr Ertl's testimony again, broke the chain of custody of Sam William Henry, and revealed further perjury. Now in Parts IV-VI, and as expected, the bolts story given by Mr Ertl will be shown to be nuts...

Know Your Rav Series:
Part I - Sam William Henry (VIN: JT3HP10V5X7113044)
Part II - Retrieving Sam William Henry: How Ertl Gave Avery the Shaft
Part III - The Wheels of Justice Turn Slowly
Part IV - Key Evidence
Part V - The Bolts are Nuts
Part VI - Wisconsin Gets A Broken Shaft In The Rear

Introduction

In Part I of this series, I explained the vehicle specifications of Sam William Henry and demonstrated there was no second/decoy RAV4 because Exhibit 192 clearly shows VIN JT3HP10V5X7113044, confirming the RAV4 in the possession of the State/Law Enforcement was Sam William Henry. Further images of the full or partial VIN on Sam William Henry have since been recognised or obtained:
01 Part I - Sam William Henry VIN's
In Part II of this series, I impeached the testimony of Mr Ertl, who perjured himself, because I demonstrated that a 1999 Toyota RAV4 does not have one front driveshaft that can be unbolted, and that Sam William Henry came to rest in the WSCL garage facing the wrong way.
02 Part II - How Ertl Gave Avery the Shaft
In Part III of this series, I demonstrated that all four (4) wheels of Sam William Henry showed evidence of turning in the time between photographs taken of the vehicle by Pam & Nicole Sturm at the Avery Salvage Yard on 5 November 2005 and when the vehicle came to rest at the WSCL garage on 6 November 2005. Despite Mr Ertl's testimony that one front driveshaft had been unbolted to disconnect both front wheels from the engine/transmission, evidence that all four (4) wheels had turned was only possible if Sam William Henry was unlocked and entered to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral.
03 Part III - The Wheels of Justice Turn Slowly
Now, watch me wreck the narrative of Mr Ertl and the State again.

1999 TOYOTA RAV4 (XA10 SERIES) DRIVETRAIN ASSEMBLY
The “rear driveshaft” of a 1999 Toyota RAV4 which delivers torque from the engine/transmission to the rear wheels consists of two shafts joined in series: the intermediate shaft and the propeller shaft. At the forward-most end of the intermediate shaft is a splined join to the transaxle. Moving towards the rear, the intermediate shaft passes through the center bearing and ends in a flange, which is joined to the heavy propeller shaft by six (6) hex-shaped Allen bolts. The rear-most end of the propeller shaft terminates in another flange which is joined by four (4) driveshaft flange bolts to the companion flange of the rear differential. The rear differential then drives the rear wheels by two (2) short axles. The propeller shaft can be disconnected from the rear differential by removing the four (4) driveshaft flange bolts. The rear driveshaft assembly is demonstrated below.
04 1999 Toyota RAV4 Drivetrain Assembly
Examples of the four (4) driveshaft flange bolts in situ connecting the propeller shaft to the rear differential can be seen here:
YouTube video: How does then Toyota RAV4 4wd system works
YouTube video: Toyota Rav4 Drive Shaft Removal
YouTube video: Betty RAV Diff Mount Stiffening ( 1994-2000 RAV4 front diff mount fix)
05 YouTube Video Sceenshots of Driveshaft Flange Bolts
The join between the propeller shaft and rear differential is the only place this set of four (4) driveshaft flange bolts is found anywhere on a 1999 Toyota RAV4 drivetrain.

Findings

The relevant timeline of events with significant findings is considered below.

11/05/05:
Sam William Henry was located at the Avery Salvage Yard. Records shows that Det. Dave Remiker (MTSO) reached out to Mr John Ertl (WSCL) before the missing person investigation was formally handed over to CASO; and that the purpose for MTSO contacting the WSCL was not to respond to the scene to conduct a forensic examination, but rather to remove Sam William Henry from the scene. Accordingly, MTSO appears to have controlled the disposition of the vehicle:
  • 11:43hrs MTSO Dispatch: "CONTACT CRIME LAB OUT OF MADISON" [MTSO Dispatch 1]
  • 11:45hrs Det. Remiker documented: "The decision to turn over the scene to the CASO and DCl was made". Sheriff Geraldine Pagel told Inv. John Dedering the scene would be turned over to CASO under the mutual aid pact for Manitowoc County [MTSO 6; CASO 72; Remiker Notes 117; Hermann Testimony 179, 180]. Sheriff Pagel documented that after he agreed CASO would be the lead investigative agency, he placed a phone call to Jim Warren, Administrator of DCI upon which Sheriff Pagel explained the situation and requested DCI assistance. Mr Warren said he would contact the WSCL and request that their mobile unit also respond to the ASY [CASO 59]
  • ~11:54 Remiker documented he received call back from Ertl at ~11:54hrs. Remiker documented: "[Ertl] requested further information on the investigation and directions to our location. JOHN advised that they would be leaving shortly and would arrive at our location within the next 3.0-3.5 hours". Ertl documented he called Remiker at approx. 12:00hrs. Ertl testified "...It was a Saturday, so I wasn't at work, but I was on call. So the Manitowoc County Sheriff's Department called the laboratory number and our answering service forwarded the call to me. And it was Detective Dave Remiker, asked that -- Well, he explained to me that he had a missing persons case out of Calumet County they were getting involved with, but the vehicle belonging to that person had been located in Manitowoc County. And he would like for the lab to come and look at the area around the vehicle and to recover the vehicle and bring it back to the laboratory" and "He told me his name, what agency he was with, that he was working in conjunction with another agency and with the state agency and that he was requesting our assistance..." (p78) [MTSO 6, Ertl Testimony 9, 15, 78]
  • 11:54hrs Det. Remiker documented: "John Ertl - crime lab enroute shortly" [Remiker Notes 117]
  • 11:57hrs MTSO Dispatch: "RECEIVED CALL BACK FROM STATE CRIME LAB, 608-831-5416 CALL BACK" [MTSO Dispatch 1]
  • 12:00 MTSO Dispatch: "CRIME LAB WILL BE ENROUTE SHORTLY" [MTSO Dispatch 1]
Due to Saplings in front of the vehicle and the vehicles and pond opposite, Sam William Henry had to be retrieved from behind, and towed around the pond to the flat area. Accordingly, Sam William Henry could only be retrieved if the front wheels were unlocked, either by:
  • Opening and entering the vehicle to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral, or
  • Disconnecting the front wheels from the engine/transmission, and rolling the vehicle on its front wheels (with the rear wheels lifted).
Mr Ertl (WSCL) was assisted by Maribel Fire Chief Paul Rabas (also of Rabas Garage Inc.) to retrieve Sam William Henry from where it was found at the Avery Salvage Yard. It is inferred from S/A Thomas Fassbender's testimony that it was MTSO who contacted Mr Rabas and organised for him to respond to the Avery Salvage Yard - once again, MTSO controlled the disposition of the vehicle. Mr Ertl later claimed in his testimony that one front driveshaft was unbolted to disconnect both front wheels, and the vehicle was retrieved rolling on its front wheels (with the rear wheels lifted, which still had the driveshaft attached). Mr Ertl and Guang Zhang (WSCL) are apparently the only two (2) witnesses to the activities of Mr Rabas. According to Scene Logs, S/A Fassbender, Inv. Mark Wiegert, and DA Ken Kratz were on-scene and are likely witnesses to at least the loading of the vehicle into a covered trailer. Mr Ertl was also assisted by Nick Mirsberger of Pethan Auto to transport Sam William Henry in the covered trailer apparently to the WSCL garage in Madison, taking longer than expected in accordance with trip calculators.
Later, in a report detailing his activities on 5 November 2005 (dated 23 November 2005), Mr Ertl did not document exactly how Sam William Henry was retrieved [11/23/05 - First Ertl Report (11/05/05)]. Relevantly, Mr Zhang apparently took more photos of Sam William Henry at the Avery Salvage Yard than what is known to have been disclosed. Given the potential for photos of the vehicle to show an already disconnected rear driveshaft, and that Mr Zhang was a witness to the later activities of Mr Rabas, DA Kratz subsequently lobbied through his stipulation project, and succeeded, in having Mr Zhang excluded as a witness (Motion to Supplement PCR - Exhibit 5).
06 11/23/05 - First Ertl Report (11/05/05)
In a second report also dated 23 November 2005, Mr Ertl did not refer to his activities on 5 November 2005 [11/23/05 - Second Ertl Report (11/06/05)].
It may be a Brady violation (Brady v Maryland) if Mr Ertl retained knowledge, or documented but did not disclose to the Defense, how Sam William Henry was retrieved. Unfortunately, the Defense failed to recognise that later photos of all four (4) wheels turning meant that Sam William Henry had to be opened and entered at the Avery Salvage Yard to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral, in order to:
  • Unlock the front wheels to pull Sam William Henry from the position it was found in; and
  • Load Sam William Henry onto the covered trailer at the Avery Salvage Yard and off again at the WSCL garage in Madison.

11/06/05:
Mr Groffy testified he photographed Sam William Henry in the condition/position as found in the WSCL garage on 6 November 2005 as depicted in his photos: see Exhibits 289, 290 and 293. As noted, the direction Sam William Henry is facing conflicts with Mr Ertl's later testimony; and evidence that all four (4) wheels had turned was only possible if Sam William Henry was unlocked and entered to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral when the vehicle was moved.
07 Exhibits 289, 290 and 293; Reportedly taken by Mr Groffy on 6 November 2005
A higher quality example of Exhibit 289 was made available in season 2 of Making a Murderer. Enhancing that image demonstrates that the rear driveshaft of Sam William Henry had already been disconnected and was hanging from the undercarriage of the vehicle at the WSCL garage in Madison.
08 Exhibit 289 (Enhanced) and Inset: Disconnected Rear Driveshaft
The significance of this cannot be understated - Mr Ertl claimed in his later testimony not only that it was one nonexistent front driveshaft that was unbolted, but also that the rear driveshaft was still attached. Accordingly, driveshaft bolts must have already been removed from the rear driveshaft of Sam William Henry. However, they cannot be accounted for: there is no known report about the status of Sam William Henry, or photographic evidence of any envelope and/or driveshaft bolts being removed from the vehicle before or during it's examination at the WSCL. Unlike other items removed from Sam William Henry whilst in the custody of the WSCL, no driveshaft bolts were entered into the chain of custody [WSCL Ledgers].
There is also no known report by the WSCL about the forensic examination of Sam William Henry, where it would be expected to be reported that the rear driveshaft was found to be already disconnected.
However, the WSCL does in fact compile comprehensive reports about vehicles it examines. For example, the Avery’s red International flatbed tow truck confiscated from Crivitz underwent a thorough forensic examination, and even though it was actually irrelevant to the investigation, it was still comprehensively detailed in a Crime Scene Worksheet document [11/07/05 - Haas Report (Exam of International Truck)].
It would be a Brady violation (Brady v Maryland) if a corresponding Crime Scene Worksheet document for Sam William Henry exists but was not disclosed to the Defense; and it would be a pre-trial Youngblood violation (Arizona v Youngblood) if Sam William Henry and/or evidence pertaining to the vehicle had/has been lost or destroyed.

11/07/05:
In conflict with later testimony by Mr Ertl that Sam William Henry was immediately transported to the WSCL, and by Mr Groffy that he photographed the vehicle at the WSCL the following day, it appears as though Sam William Henry did not actually arrive at the WSCL until 7 November 2005, when Capt. Paul Rusch (CASO) submitted the RAV4 (item A) in person to the WSCL in Madison [WSCL Ledgers]. There is no known report written by Capt. Rusch about his activities on this date.
09 WSCL Ledgers
In the event the vehicle was already in Madison as witnesses claimed, it is unrealistic to expect it to be necessary for Capt. Rusch to drive all the way from Calumet County to Madison just to submit paperwork for the vehicle in person: there is plenty of evidence of CASO Officers successfully using fax machines throughout the Teresa Halbach missing persons/murder investigation. It is reasonable to conclude that Capt. Rusch must have physically delivered Sam William Henry on 7 November 2005.
Where the vehicle could have been kept, and what was done with it in the interim, is not known. WSCL Employee Time Sheet Data and Paycheck Data for the month of November 2005 demonstrates that apparently Steve Harrington and Ronald Groffy worked 11:30-15:30hrs and 12:30-1530hrs respectively on 6 November 2005. However this does not necessarily mean they worked at the WSCL in Madison.
Mr Harrington and Mr Groffy also allegedly discovered blood on the ignition and rear cargo area of Sam William Henry, on which presumptive tests for blood were positive. There is no known mention of blood elsewhere in the vehicle at this time. Search Warrant Affidavits by Inv. Wiegert (7 November 2005) and Sheriff Pagel (9 November 2005) reference the finding of "blood" and "visible palm prints" in or on Sam William Henry by Mr Harrington and "WSCL technicians" on 6 November 2005. The Affidavits by Inv. Wiegert (7 November 2005), Sheriff Pagel (9 November 2005), and S/A Fassbender (Criminal Complaint 15 November 2005) also reference that S/A Fassbender received a Preliminary Report of RAV4 examination on 6 November 2005. For example:
"On November 6, 2005, a preliminary report was received from the Wisconsin State Crime Lab indicating a presumptive positive finding of human blood located within the interior of Teresa Halbach’s vehicle. Steven Harrington of the State of Wisconsin Crime Laboratory confirmed that technicians had located the presumptive human blood in the rear cargo portion of the vehicle as well as the ignition area of the vehicle."
Pursuant to FOIA request, CASO has denied that any Preliminary Report of RAV4 examination document exists.
According to the Affidavit by S/A Fassbender (Criminal Complaint 15 November 2005), amongst other recognisable names, Mr Harrington was listed as a witness on whose reports and investigations the State relied upon; and that his statements were presumed truthful and reliable as a citizen informant.
Yet Mr Harrington never appeared at Mr Avery's pretrial hearings or full trial.
There is also an issue with the assignment of lab ID numbers to the rambler hood and silver box, also reportedly submitted by Capt. Rusch at this same time on 7 November 2005.
Sherry Culhane explained:
From Steven Avery Trial Transcript, 23/26 February 2007 (Day 10-11):
Gahn: Ms Culhane, would you describe for the jury what procedures your Crime Lab has in place for the documentation and processing of evidence that is brought to your lab for analysis?
Culhane: When evidence is brought into the lab for analysis, whether it's through the mail or directly from an officer, we have individuals known as evidence specialists who take that evidence into the lab. They check to make sure it is packaged properly, that it's sealed properly. And then they give an item designation and a case designation to each piece of evidence. We have a computerized tracking system in the laboratory that works on a bar code system and a bar code is printed that identifies that piece of evidence as belonging to a specific case with a number and it also gives it a item designation. [121]

Gahn: Ms Culhane, you state that they contain what's called a item designation number; what is that number?
Culhane: That's a number that we assign to that item when it comes into the laboratory. We start with a case with item designation A and then we go through the alphabet. And so that is the item designation that we assign the item. [130]
The rambler hood (AW) and silver box (AX) weren't assigned item designation numbers until after the standard fingerprint + palmprint card of Steven Avery (AV) which was submitted to the WSCL on 10 November 2005. Accordingly, even though the rambler hood and silver box were photographed early by Mr Groffy with Sam William Henry at the WSCL garage (see Exhibits 191, 289 and 290), the two items weren't actually accepted as evidence by the WSCL until sometime between item AV (at 08:45hrs on 10 November 2005) and item AY (at 08:47hrs on 11 November 2005).
This represents yet another failed protocol by the WSCL.

KEY EVIDENCE: THE ODOMETER AND THE BATTERY
Also on 7 November 2005, (according to a DCI report dated 14 December 2005) S/A Fassbender spoke with Mr Groffy from the WSCL via phone and was informed who was processing Sam William Henry. S/A Fassbender was told that receipt books, telephone, camera and keys were not located in the vehicle; however a blue athletic type bag (at which time the contents were unknown) and a broken light were located inside the vehicle. S/A Fassbender was advised that the light was apparently from the parking lamp area at the front of the vehicle.
Mr Groffy then told S/A Fassbender that the odometer reading was 95,753 and "it was learned that the battery in the RAV4 was disconnected". Mr Groffy, with assistance of Mr Nick Stahlke, also discussed front seat measurements (although Mr Groffy testified that this occurred on 8 November 2005).
According to the Official Toyota 1999 RAV4 Owner’s Manual, the odometer is a digital display on the instrument panel behind the steering wheel. The instrument panel on Sam William Henry demonstrably has a digital odometer:
10 Instrument Panel from Owners Manual and CASO IMG_2730 (Odometer Digital Display)
Therefore, the only way to read the odometer on the vehicle is to insert a key into the ignition, turn it to the ACC or ON position, and if the vehicle has power through a connected battery, the odometer reading will be displayed. Accordingly, although Mr Groffy learned that the battery on the vehicle was not connected, the battery was obviously subsequently connected in order to read the odometer, and Mr Groffy also demonstrated that the WSCL had a key to the vehicle in its possession, which was used in the ignition.
However, there are conflicting reports, affidavits and testimony as to when exactly the WSCL had a key to the vehicle, when it was used, and when the battery was connected.
If a key was made to be used on Sam William Henry, it could only have been done in one of three (3) ways:
  1. A dealer or authorised agent creates a new key based on the VIN;
  2. A locksmith (or equivalent) creates a new key based on the key code, which requires viewing the code stamped on the lock cylinder of the front passenger door (rolling down the window and inserting a mirror or pulling apart the door) [CASO 288; Fax from NICB]; or
  3. Directly copying an existing key (which is used as a template).
Alternatively, the WSCL could have used an existing key known to belong to the vehicle.
Regarding the “key the WSCL had made in order to enter the Toyota RAV4 vehicle” (the copy key #8037) and pursuant to this FOIA request, the WSCL has searched its records and unequivocally stated that it does not have records responsive to establishing when the State purchased the key, who was paid to make it, or how much it cost to make it [FOIA request]. This tends to exclude options (1) and (2) above, meaning either the WSCL received the copy key from someone or somewhere else (eg. MTSO, who made it before 5 November 2005); or it copied an exisitng key it already held in its possession.
On 6 November 2005, Mr Groffy claimed that when he approached the vehicle, the drivers door was already unlocked [Groffy Testimony].
On 8 November 2005 after the Toyota Kee (#7620) was allegedly found in Mr Avery’s bedroom, it was transported to the WSCL, where Ms Culhane swabbed it and then tried it in the ignition. According to Ms Culhane, the day after Mr Groffy successfully read the odometer on 7 November 2005, she seemed surprised to learn the battery was not connected:
From Steven Avery Pretrial Transcript, 6 December 2005:
Johnson: Okay. And then you turned the ignition and it turned over?
Culhane: Actually, it didn't turn over because, I believe -- It didn't crank. I believe the battery was disconnected?
Johnson: Oh.
Culhane: But it -- I mean it turned completely over. It just didn't crank the engine. [171]
From Steven Avery Trial Transcript, 23/26 February 2007 (Day 10-11):
Gahn: Please explain to the jurors what you do with the key.
Culhane: I took the key to see if it fit the vehicle. So I put the key into the ignition. I still had, of course, gloves on, during this entire process. I put the key into the ignition and turned the ignition. It did turn the ignition, but it did not crank the car. And I later learned that that was because, I believe, the battery had been disconnected. But it did actually turn completely over. I also locked, I believe it was the front driver's side door, and used the key to unlock the door. [178]
However, not only does S/A FAssbender's DCI report dated 14 December 2005 betray Ms Culhane's testimony, but the Search Warrant affidavits at the time also reveal that the WSCL had indeed used a key on the vehicle as early as 7 November 2007, and that the battery was in fact connected.
Pagel: On 9 November 2005, Sheriff Pagel signed an affidavit, which significantly conflicts with the narrative that the Toyota Kee (#7620) was found on 8 November 2005 and that the battery was not connected when Ms Culhane tried the Toyota Kee (#7620) on 8 November 2005:
15. Your affiant is informed that on November 7, 2005, Deputy Dan Kucharski of the Calumet County Sheriff’s Department located a Toyota ignition key adjacent to a night stand in the bedroom of Steven Avery’s residence located at 12932 Avery Road in the Town of Gibson, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. Your affiant is informed that the key located adjacent to the nightstand in the bedroom of Steven Avery’s residence was successfully used in the ignition of the Toyota Rav 4 owned by Teresa M. Halbach. The key started the vehicle.
Fassbender: On 15 November 2005, S/A Fassbender signed an affidavit in the Criminal Complaint against Ms Avery:
Complainant is informed that on November 7, 2005, Deputy Dan Kucharski continued the search of the defendant’s bedroom located at 12932 Avery Road, Town of Gibson, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. Deputy Kucharski located a Toyota ignition key adjacent to furniture found within the bedroom of the defendant, Steven Avery. Complainant is informed that the key located in the bedroom of Steven Avery;s residence was successfully used in the ignition of the Toyota Rav 4 owned by Teresa M. Halbach; the key successfully turned the ignition of the Halbach vehicle.
Dedering: Later on 9 December 2005, Inv, Dedering signed an affidavit, where the date the Toyota Kee (#7620) was found was corrected to 8 November 2005, but still inconsistent with Ms Culhane, the battery must have been connected because the vehicle was started:
5. Your affiant is informed that on November 8, 2005, Deputy Dan Kucharski of the Calumet County Sherriff’s Department located a Toyota ignition key adjacent to a night stand in the bedroom of Steven Avery’s residence located at 12932 Avery Road in the Town of Gibson, County of Manitowoc, State of Wisconsin. Your affiant is informed the key located adjacent to the nightstand in the bedroom of Steven Avery’s residence was successfully used in the ignition of the Toyota Rav 4 owned by Teresa M. Halbach. The key started the vehicle. Prior to seizing the key, Deputy Kucharski took digital photographs of the bookcase (see attached Exhibit 1) and of the key itself (see attached Exhibit 2).
The effect of Ms Culhane’s testimony was to shift time ahead twenty-four (24) hours to make it appear the WSCL did not have a key that was being used on the vehicle until the Toyota Kee (#7620) was found and sent to the WSCL on 8 November 2005. Of course, the State could have fallen back on the copy key: but according to the FOIA request, the State cannot verify when or how the copy key came into existence. The State cannot come back from its denial of the FOIA request - if it does indeed hold records pertaining to the key, then the State was not truthful in response to the FOIA request; and vice versa.
There seems to be an issue recognised by the State regarding the WSCL’s possession and use of a key that fit the vehicle, and the connection of the battery, before 8 November 2005. Both are established as occurring as early as 7 November 2005. Ms Culhane was apparently willing to perjure herself in order to hide this activity.

11/11/05:
According to Cpl. Wendorf, after the WSCL had completed its examination of Sam William Henry, Cpl. Wendorf and Lt. John Byrnes (CASO) were dispatched to Madison to collect the vehicle (as well as Mr Avery’s Grand Am) [CASO 229]. They were joined by Bryan Roehrig (Scott's Towing) and Dan Bangart (Dan's Towing). Sam William Henry and the Grand Am were each loaded onto a flatbed tow truck (Scott's Towing and Dan's Towing, respectively). Also given to Cpl. Wendorf by Lucy Meier (WSCL) was "a key the WSCL had made in order to enter the Toyota RAV4 vehicle as the original vehicle key had not been located at the time they had received the vehicle.”
There is no evidence that any driveshaft bolts or miscellaneous items (later found in the rear cargo area of Sam William Henry) were ever taken into custody by the WSCL and/or returned to CASO. Cpl. Wendorf does not report that he was informed or otherwise aware that there were items of evidence in the rear cargo area of the vehicle [CASO 229; WSCL Ledgers].
Sam William Henry was taken to storage unit complex off Mary St in Chilton. In 2005, this storage unit complex was in a rural area, secluded from a main road and doubtfully secure.
11 Storage Unit Complex, Chilton: Satellite (2005) and Street View (2007)
Upon arrival at the storage units off Mary St in Chilton, Sam William Henry was offloaded from the flatbed. Cpl. Wendorf reported:
"I did personally view the offloading of the vehicle and did utilize the key that had been made to turn the wheels so that it could be placed inside the storage unit. I then did tape the vehicle doors with evidence tape and initial, date and time stamp such evidence tape. The unit was then closed and locked with a fresh, brand new Master Lock key lock that had been removed from its packaging."
As the rear driveshaft of Sam William Henry was already disconnected, the driveshaft bolts must have already been removed. In his report, Cpl. Wendorf does not describe exactly how the vehicle was loaded on or off the Scott's Towing flatbed. The proper procedure for loading a vehicle onto a flatbed is to shift the automatic transmission into Neutral and winch the vehicle onto the tilted tray. Mr Roehrig also had no means to lift either end of the vehicle and admittedly, both a copy key existed and Cpl. Wendorf used that key to unlock the steering and turn the wheels, so it is reasonable to conclude Mr Roehrig/Cpl. Wendorf shifted the transmission into Neutral when moving the vehicle. There is no reason for Mr Roehrig (Scott’s Towing) to remove any driveshaft bolts.
Importantly, despite opening Sam William Henry to sit in the drivers seat so that he could utilize the copy key to turn the wheels of the vehicle to help move it into storage, Cpl. Wendorf did not report that he observed any object on the drivers seat; or that any object prevented him from sitting in the drivers seat. It is therefore doubtful that an envelope containing the driveshaft bolts was found and/or left on the drivers seat by Cpl. Wendorf.
Once Sam William Henry was secured, the vehicle was then entered onto CASO Ledger 05-205 (#8027). The copy key (#8037) and keys to the storage unit (#8038) were taken back to the Calumet County Sheriff's Department (CCSD) and entered into evidence storage. [CASO 229; CASO Ledger 05-205].
According to the CASO Investigative Report and CASO Ledgers, Sam William Henry and the storage unit (including the keys to the lock for the storage unit) were not disturbed until 13 January 2006 [CASO Ledger 05-205].
Continued in Know Your Rav: Part V - The Bolts Are Nuts...

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2019.09.29 12:11 ZiR1402 [H]: Listed events and Redemption service (JPN/PAL/NA) [W]: Paypal and Necrozma codes

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I do have a Japanese Nintendo 2DS with Pokemon Ultra Sun, an European 2DS with Pokemon Sun and Moon, and also a North American 3DS with Pokemon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon dedicated for redemptions. All my systems do not have any sort of 3rd party tool instaled. For the redemptions, you can request: reset for natures, custom date, custom languages, IV placement, and proof will be taken by pictures. The values of this service will be defined according to how specific will be the request.
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2019.08.14 20:40 the1goodthing Ruby Crest Trail

Ruby Crest Trail from Green Mountain Trailhead to Lamoille Canyon Trailhead 8/4-8/8
Transportation: Flew to SLC, drove to Elko/spent the night there and then drove to Lamoille trailhead the next morning. Used Larry Spradlin's Shuttle Service to get to the southern end of the trail. Spoiler alert, the Green Mountain trailhead/Harrison Pass closed later that day and remained closed due to wildfires caused by lightning.
Gear List: https://lighterpack.com/tc8tae
A few pics/video: https://youtu.be/ruGQQ5FwG90
There will be additional videos posted as my husband gets them produced. This first video barely begins to scratch the surface with respect to how beautiful this trail was.
Total mileage ~50--this included some off trail exploring, I think the actual trail total would have been ~35 miles. This was our longest trip to date. We got started about 12:30 on 8/4 and came off trail about 10:30 on 8/8. Our longest day was about 16.1 miles (which also included the heaviest water carry at 3L each due to ~10 mile dry section). This was also our first trip at significant elevation, with most nights spent above 9K feet hence the relatively low mileage days. My husband celebrated his 50th birthday on the trail--we didn't carry any whiskey (again, worried about the altitude), but made up for it with the breweries in SLC post trip. Total pack weight for me with food/water at the start was 23#. No blisters, no sunburn, no injuries other than my husband cutting his finger when pulling a stubborn tent stake out--actually the first time I've used the FAK on a trip. Also found out that Benadryl 25 mg at night dramatically improved my sleep. Only shared a camping area x 1 night; Skinny dipped in N. Furlong lake, Castle Lake and Liberty Lake. Regular dipped in Overland Lake. I think the water temps were 55-65 F. Experienced the phenomenon of "things drying overnight" which is unheard of here in the Southeast. Stayed ahead of the Corta Fire. Crossed snowfields (very small) for the first time ever. Weather was generally great with lows 50s and highs 75-85. Thundelightning the first afternoon but not a lot of rain. Rain all night the last night. Lots of haze on the 2nd day due to the wildfires.
What worked:
Getting beta from unexpected sources: following the #rubycresttrail on IG gave me a great lead on current trail conditions as well as SLC brewery recs, meeting a retired SAR guy at Overland Lake prepared us for our longest/dryest day, meeting a retired Forest rangefirefighter right as we saw that fire start allowed me not to freak out about getting caught in a disaster.
Not rushing this trip: aside from the scurry off a ridge during a thunderstorm we really stopped to enjoy the scenery
Zpacks Triplex: lightweight, dry and plenty of room--although the pitch that first night was sloppy due to the large footprint vs site size.
Garmin In-Reach: able to contact our kids each night and reassure them we weren't in danger from fire.
Gaia: the trail was almost always obvious, but it was nice when we were exploring and/or trail obscured by snow
My camp chair and Kindle! The relatively longer time spent in camp made it worth it to them both
Hiking commando in the skirt: seriously, could've left the bathing suit bottoms home and just used running shorts for the non-skinny dips--stuff really did dry quickly. However, accidental glissade whilst commando is ....refreshing....
What didn't:
Picaridin (carried by husband): pretty ineffective against the gnats/mosquitos--they were bad at dusk/dawn--almost wished for a head net at times
Not remembering to put my stuff in the same place every time--had a very panicked moment at exit trailhead when I couldn't find my ID
Overkill to bring the gravity filter--my husband carried Aquamira as a back up and we probably could've just gone with this. I just need to get a dark dropper bottle so we can pre-mix
Weather report from Garmin In-Reach: very inaccurate--we got doused that last night
I look at the pictures every day since we've gotten home. I can't wait to get back out there. This community has been very helpful in inspiring us to hike a little longer, lighter and as a result, happier.
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2019.06.27 21:01 Satman_of_Valyria CB refuses free follow up, wants a full refund and for us to service her for free forever

In the pest control service summer is always a busy time of year for us. For one its generally ant/wasp season, we get inundated with mammal problems and of course....the crazy self-entitled baby boomers.

We had a customer call us a week ago for a bedbug treatment for her house and for most people we explain that unless we treat all bedrooms/sleep areas the bedbugs will just keep moving from one room to another as we chase them around to kill them off. This one customer just flat out refused to believe this and even when they were transferred to me to "complain to the manager" called me a liar and said they would only pay for one room to be treated.
(side note she wanted a K9 inspection which we offer, but for some reason did not want a dog to do it....generally left me speechless for a good 5 mins, as i had to explain to them what a K9 inspection was. Then she keep saying she wanted a K9 inspection but not for a dog).
Anyway to today and her calling in with this gem of a conversation....is it the weekend yet?
CB=Customer, M=Me

M= Hello CB, i understand "tech name here" was there to treat your house last week for BB, are you looking for your follow up now?
CB= No, i do not want to use your services. Your man did the one room only and now i have the bugs in another room.
M = Well as we tried to explain to you the Bed Bugs would spr....
CB= I want a full refund and i want you to do a free follow up RIGHT NOW!
M= Well the follow up would be fre...
CB=No not the FREE one you idiot i want the job again all my rooms for free right away...its in my warranty.
(We only offer a BB warranty if you get all your bedrooms treated otherwise they will just escape and come back)
M=Well as you only got one room treated is not covered under the warranty so w.....
CB (now shouting at me) No, i do not get a follow up i will get a full refund and free services for any bugs for life or so help me gold ill give you a bad facebook review you asshole. Dont you know who i am? I run this strata and unless you give me everything free for life you will never work here again.
*This was only 10 mins ago and even i have no idea how i didnt just have a go back at her, btw the strata for the townhouses was run by a really nice older man who retired a few months back and this b***h took over. In the last 3 years we have only gone out there 2 times, 3 if you count her place*
M= No, whats going to happen is your going to pay the money you owe us. You will not receive any free services and if you post anything on facebook that is even remotely libel i will be going straight to our lawyers.
CB= You idiot, dont you know about freedom of speech....i can say what ever the f**k i want on facebook. Unless you want a 1* review i want my free service and refund right away.
M= Okay CB, have a nice day ill be hanging up now. Please pay the invoice within the term dates.
CB= No i wont pay at all....what are you going to do send your goons after me you *insert racial slur here*
M= Well now....I tried to be nice but honestly am not having a good day CB so heres what. If we receive no payment within terms then i will send you straight to collections. I can also guarantee you 100% you will never get free service from us. I even offered you the discount we used to give to *old strata managers name*.
CB=How dare you, do you know wh....
M= Okay love you bye
Hanged up on her and had to block her number on my phone and the office phone. Her emails have been rather colourful. Should i have hanged up on her? No, did it make me feel good....oh yes.
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18. X inpu77 Hayley Mew - Quiet $5.25 2019
19. X ChrisDoukas Hayley Shellos and Hayley Buneary $3.25 2019
20. X Burrfootmike Necrozma redemption $5.50 2019
21. X ChrisDoukas Yancy trades (Wobbuffet, Mawile, Spinda, Ralts and Togepi) and Hayley Eevee) $9 2019
22. X eeemie JPN Shiny Necrozma Redeem) $3 2019
23. X Burrfootmike Hayley set $50.25 2019
24. X valere1213 GF Jirachi (Bold - FRE), GF Meloetta (Mild - ITA), Galileo Rayquaza (ENG - Lonely), XYZ Xerneas (Mild - JPN), XYZ Yveltal (Naive - JPN) and 4 JPN redemptions $44 Dec.2019 or Jan. 2020
25. X Edward_Dionysos GF Mew (Lonely - ITA), GF Manaphy (Lonely - SPA), GF Arceus (Brave - ENG), GF Keldeo (Hasty - SPA), GF Victini (Calm - FRE) and Helen Volcanion (ENG - Lonely) $28 ??.I.2020
26. X makihatayama Hayley Mew (Naughty) and Happy Meowth (Naughty - ITA, Naughty - GER and Rash - ENG) $10.50 13.II.2020
27. X Freddichio GF Manaphy (Quiet - SPA) $4 13.II.2020
28. X ShinyOrSeppuku Mememele Tapu Koko, Hoenn + Alola Hatchu, Galileo Rayquaza and Present set (Serperior, Emboar, Samurott - GER) $28 14.II.2020
29. X Recon725 Ash Greninja (Timid - ENG) $2.25 16.II.2020
30. X gaara090389 Aether Silvally (Jolly - ENG), Melemele Tapu Koko (Timid - ITA), 2018Legends Zygarde (Adamant - ENG), two Eclipse Solgaleos and two Eclipse Lunalas $27.50 17.II.2020
31. X Yilunn Dream Radar Dialga, Thundurus, Tornadus and Landorus $3 17.II.2020
32. X CathedraL-XXV Hayley Mew, GF Jirachi (Brave - KOR and Mild - ITA), GF Manaphy (Relaxed - FRE), GF Darkrai (Hasty - FRE, Mild - JPN and Hasty - JPN), GF Shaymin (Rash - FRE), GF Arceus (Hasty - SPA) and GF Keldeo (Mild - GER) $40 17.II.2020
33. X FectoFactor13 Bullseye Charizard (Adamant - ENG), Wifi Munchlax (Adamant - ENG), Alexander Hoopa (Relaxed - ENG), Rocky Lycanroc (Adamant - ENG), Aether Silvally (Jolly - ENG) and Mt. Tensei Marshadow (Jolly - ENG) $39.25 21.II.2020
34. X B-Roy_Jenkinz Wind Lugia (Timid - JPN) and Galileo Rayquaza (Naive - SPA) $22.50 21.II.2020
35. X tkaplan94 Hayley Phione (Docile - ENG) $3.85 27.II.2020
36. X jtappler GF Mew (Impish - JPN), GF Celebi (Jolly - SPA), GF Jirachi (Hasty - FRE), GF Darkrai (Naive - GER), GF Shaymin (Rash - ITA), GF Arceus (Rash - FRE), GF Victini (Impish - SPA), GF Keldeo (Hasty - ITA), GF Genesect (Jolly - ITA), GF Meloetta (Timid - ITA), GF Manaphy (Quiet - FRE) and Hayley Phione (Calm - ENG) $50 24.II.2020
37. X ikrit89 GF Shaymin (FRE language - Mild nature), GF Celebi (Adamant - ITA) and GF Jirachi (Calm - GER) $17 24.II.2020
38. X Vinny2553 Shiny Froakie (ENG - MM - Self-obtained), Shiny Litten (ENG - RE - Self-obtained) $4.25 29.II.2020
39. X briangmoreno Kanto hat Pikachu (JPN - Hardy - HKTW distro) $3.75 01.III.2020
40. X horgeygorgey GF Darkrai (SPA - Bold) $5.25 03.III.2020
41. X BurrfootMike PokéTOPIA set (Pikachu, Magmortar and Electivire) $4.50 03.III.2020
42. X red-hex MT. Tensei Marshadow (ENG - Jolly) $11.50 09.III.2020
43. X AlwaysSteeze Self-obtained shinies: Gyarados (Lake of Rage - VC), Dratini (6th gen - MM), Froakie (6th gen - MM), Wingull (6th gen - Hordes) $6.25 10.III.2020
44. X yakman244 Happy Meowth (Impish - SPA), Alola Hat Pikachu (GER - Hardy) $5,80 10.III.2020
45. X ChrisDoukas PoKéTOPIA Magmortar (Modest locked - ENG) $2.75 10.III.2020
46. X -iMysticWolf GF Mew (Impish - FRE), GF Jirachi (Lonely - SPA), GF Darkrai (Calm - SPA), GF Arceus (Adamant - FRE), GF Keldeo (Calm - JPN), GF Meloetta (Brave - FRE) and Helen Volcanion (Mild - JPN) $48.25 05.III.2020
47. X red-hex GF Shaymin (Careful - KOR), GF Keldeo (Timid - SPA), GF Genesect (Hasty - ITA), XYZ Xerneas (Impish - FRE), Alexander Hoopa (Mild - SPA) and Leyendas2018 Zygarde (Adamat - SPA) $38 19.III.2020
48. X JoeVDH GF Genesect (Modest - SPA), GF Arceus (Calm - FRE) and Alexander Hoopa (Hasty - GER) $24 20.III.2020
49. X D_oll Eolipoli Zeraora (Naive - ITA) $13 21.III.2020
50. X HandOfMorrigan GF Jirachi (Calm - GER) $6.75 22.III.2020
51. X 9ZPZ Hayley Phione (Calm - ENG) and Shiny Plusle (Relaxed - ENG) $5 23.III.2020
52. X Thebryceisrite GF Darkrai (Mild - KOR) $7.50 27.III.2020
53. X yakman244 Shiny Zubat (Docile - ENG) $1.50 28.III.2020
54. X hgperez678 Hayley Phione (Careful - ENG) $3.85 31.III.2020
55. X KingTocco Wifi Rockruff (Jolly - ENG) and Fennel Munna (Mild - ENG) $10.50 09.IV.2020
56. X BurrfootMike Orlando's Glalie (ENG) and Dream Radar Ho-Oh, Palkia, Dialga, Tornadus, Thundurus, Tornadus, Smoochum, Ralts, Hoot hoot, Beldum, Rotom, Slowpoke, Sigilyph, Munna, Riolu, Spiritomb, Bronzor, Drifloon, Swablu, Shuckle, Togepi, Igglybuff, Staryu, Porygon (ENG) $17.10 13.IV.2020
57. X Miflexbantam MT. del Passo Marshadow (Brave - ITA) and Hayley Phione (Quiet - ENG) $14 14.IV.2020
58. X TORNADO03 Hayley Phione (Bashful - ENG) $4 15.IV.2020
59. X hgperez678 Hayley Mew (Naive - ENG), Daisuki Solrock (Jolly - ENG) and Happy Meowth (Rash - SPA) $16.75 16.IV.2020
60. X Miflexbantam Ash's Greninja (Timid - ENG) $2.25 16.IV.2020
61. X JackFF2 Ash's Greninja (Timid - ENG), Hayley Mew (Hasty - ENG) and (Wifi) Melemele Tapu Koko (Timid - ITA) $17 20.IV.2020
62. X sw1gg1tyDELTA GF Mew (Mild - ITA) $9.50 24.IV.2020
63. X hgperez678 PKTOPIA set (Hardy Pikachu, Modest Magmortar and Adamant Electivire - ENG), Present set (Timid Serperior, Sassy Emboar and Sassy Samurott - ENG) and Aether Silvally (Adamant - ENG) $20 28.IV.2020
64. X AlfredAK Ash's Greninja (Naive - ENG) $2.75 29.IV.2020
65. X nexussancht Fula City Zeraora (Adamant - ENG) $12 01.V.2020
66. X porygon_z_129 XYZ Xerneas (Bold - FRE), XYZ Yveltal (Lonely - FRE), XYZ Zygarde (Sassy - FRE), Melemele Tapu Koko (Timid - SPA), GF Manaphy (Quiet - GER) and Hayley Phione (Hardy - ENG) $28.35 03.V.2020
67. X Manolis511 Gigantamax Pikachu and Eevee (Timid/Modest - ENG) $7 08.V.2020
68. X SagaciousPunner Hayley Pikachu (Jolly - ENG) and Hayley Mew (Naive - ENG) $9.25 08.V.2020
69. X SagaciousPunner Hayley Phione (Gentle - ENG) $4 24.V.2020
70. X Manolis511 GF Arceus (Impish - ITA) and Kanto Hat Pikachu (Hardy - SPA) $11 ??.VI.2020
71. X Escha_Mali Hayley Phione (Gentle - ENG) and Hayley Mew $11.50 ??.VI.2020
72. X cobinator91 Tapu Koko (Timid - CHT) $6 11.VII.2020
73. X TheManReallyFrom2009 Secret Club Necrozma (Timid - JPN) $17.25 10.VIII.2020
74. X nightmareofflame101 2018Legends Reshiram and Zekrom (Modest and Adamant - ENG) $10 14.VIII.2020
75. X Octofu Bullseye Pikachu and Eevee (Both Lax - ENG) $16.25 14.VIII.2020
76. X PityNoodz Hayle Mew and Phione (Quiet and Naughty - ENG) + Shiny Nidoran, Clefable, Golbat, Poliwhirl, Magneton, Kangaskhan, Zigzagoon, Lotad, Swablu, Roggenrola and Braixen $25.85 15.VIII.2020
77. X noncongruency Hayley Mew $7.50 17.VIII.2020
78. X JrCtrl007 2018 Legends Heatran (ENG), Ultra Poipole (ENG - Modest) and GF Darkrai (GER - Modest) $27.65 18.VIII.2020
79. X Octofu GF Shaymin (ENG - Impish, SPA - Rash, JPN - Calm) $26 19.VIII.2020
80. X jwchoy Jade Infernape (FRE - Naive) $4 19.VIII.2020
81. X hgperez678 2018Legends Groudon (ENG - Brave) $6.75 23.VIII.2020
82. X bhdouglass Hayley Mew (Bashful) $7.50 26.VIII.2020
83. X MaRcEsCeNt GF Manaphy (ENG - Bold) and GF Shaymin (ENG - Modest) $23 27.VIII.2020
84. X JrCtrl007 Wifi Munchlax (Lonely - CHT), Leggende2018 Zygarde (Adamant - ITA), Ash Greninja (Timid - ENG) and Hayley Mew (ENG - Adamant) $25 03.IX.2020
85. X WhyYouSpying GF Arceus (Naive - GER) and Hayley Mew (ENG - Naughty) $17.25 04.IX.2020
86. X Ronk325 Dream Ragar Combo (Custom OT - Thundurus, Tornadus, Landorus, Ho-Oh, Dialga and Palkia) and Hayley Mew (ENG - Serious) $22.50 06.IX.2020
87. X SilverInstinct Dream Ragar Combo (Custom OT - Thundurus, Tornadus, Landorus, Ho-Oh, Dialga and Palkia), Hayley Phione (Gentle - ENG), Dusk Rockruff (Jolly - JPN) and Rocky Lycanroc (Lonely - ENG) $27.25 07.IX.2020
88. X hgperez678 GF Darkrai (FRE - Timid) $10 14.IX.2020
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submitted by ZiR1402 to pokemonexchangeref [link] [comments]


2019.01.26 21:08 IceFangs IceFangs' Events II

Reading Key :
  • Name of the event. OT/ID. Nature. Proof. History. Disclosure (if there's any).
Proof notes :
  • Farming proof = generic proof that is used for multiple events (opposed to individual proof). General proof means "I had access to this event when it happened and was farming it." So basically it's just a piece of proof that reassures the trader that you were actually able to get the event - like attendance proof.
  • Before AB = the photo showing the screen just before the A button screen (were you see the date). Example
  • A button = the photo showing the screen with a black bar saying A button. Example
  • WC = Wonder Card, photo of the card in the mystery gift album. Example
Legend :
  • (T) = the event is touched.
  • [HP] = hidden power (only indicated when it's good for the event).
  • (P) = the date of the event doesn't match with it's proof (only for 7th gen).
  • (D) = the event is still by the delivery girl/boy and can be SR'ed for nature/ivs (unless locked).
  • (F) or (M) = the event is a female/male (only indicated when the rate is less than 50% for that gender).
Additional infos :
  • I like for events to have the tag of the country they're distributed in (ex : kor tag for korean events, ger tag for german events), but otherwise I value tags like this : FRE > ENG > GEITA/SPA > JPN/KOR > CHS/CHT.
  • I always give the proof (if I have one) upon trade agreement but before the actual trade.
  • If you want to know their date or other stuff like ivs : just ask.
  • I don't like RNG and JKSM/save-managing.
  • I'll never trade any savefiles, don't ask.
  • I CAN'T trade in HOME.
  • Availability : 7 PM - 10 PM (week).
  • Timezone : GMT +2.
Short links :
Old thread got archived and was a real mess... so I moved everything here. Old one is used to keep track of some I traded.
submitted by IceFangs to EventTracking [link] [comments]


2018.10.01 04:49 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: WarshipPorn top posts from 2018-08-31 to 2018-09-30 04:45 PDT

Period: 29.67 days
Submissions Comments
Total 522 5360
Rate (per day) 17.59 175.51
Unique Redditors 98 1416
Combined Score 66000 38626

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 7978 points, 51 submissions: __hrga__
    1. USS Iowa - BALTOPS '85 [1280 × 847] (721 points, 33 comments)
    2. USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) [3228 × 2152] (713 points, 86 comments)
    3. Royal navy Astute class submarine HMS Ambush [2764 × 1770] (531 points, 32 comments)
    4. German U-576 submarine [1200 × 866] (519 points, 32 comments)
    5. The Royal Navy hunter killer submarine HMS Trenchant (S 91) surfaces in the Beaufort Sea during Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2018 [4993 × 3333] (498 points, 17 comments)
    6. Scorpène class submarine [1280 × 640] (428 points, 26 comments)
    7. USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000) [1612 × 906] (428 points, 60 comments)
    8. HMS Queen Elizabeth [1700 × 1132] (426 points, 15 comments)
    9. The view from Flyco on HMS Queen Elizabeth [1800 × 876] (255 points, 42 comments)
    10. HMS Vengeance [2025 × 1513] (190 points, 6 comments)
  2. 6992 points, 112 submissions: Tsquare43
    1. [1280 x 850] USS New Jersey (BB-62) at her berth in Camden at night, Sept 2010 (478 points, 29 comments)
    2. [2250 x 1498] USS Indiana (SSN-789) Departs for Sea Trials, May 2018, two unidentified Nimitz class carriers in the background. (451 points, 26 comments)
    3. [1024 x 768] USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) listing after a kamikaze attack on Jan 21, 1945. (353 points, 22 comments)
    4. [1280 x 836] Fighter Squadron 14 (VF-14) F-14A Tomcat aircraft fly over the French aircraft carrier Foch (R-99) during a joint exercise in which the FOCH and the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) are taking part, May 1990. (342 points, 36 comments)
    5. [3200 x 2013] USS Arizona (BB-39) and other ships of the US Pacific Fleet from the aft view, in the 1930's. (316 points, 25 comments)
    6. [1024 x 813] The Gemini 3 spacecraft alongside USS Intrepid (CV-11), 23 March 1965 (293 points, 5 comments)
    7. [822 x 652] Luftwaffe aerial reconnaissance photo of the Ordzhinikidze Yard (Shipyard 189), Leningrad, showing the battleship Sovietsky Soyuz (top) and Chkalov under construction, June 26, 1941 (203 points, 14 comments)
    8. [800 x 596] HMS Emperor of India's "X" and "Y" turrets (158 points, 3 comments)
    9. [2826 x 1858] Two U-boats aground near Falmouth, England in 1921. The boat nearer to the camera is UB-86 a type UB-III. These boats were on the way to the breakers, notice no deck guns and periscopes. (124 points, 4 comments)
    10. [800 x 560] USS California (BB-44) firing a broadside during maneuvers off the coast of Los Angeles in 1930. (121 points, 2 comments)
  3. 5083 points, 15 submissions: Taldoable
    1. The rusted remains of the USS Utah (BB-31) in Pearl Harbor, HI, with 64 sailors still on watch. [3000x2280] (773 points, 76 comments)
    2. The Last Dreadnought: USS Texas (BB-35) stands the dawn watch at the San Jacinto memorial. [816x595] (613 points, 54 comments)
    3. USS Missouri (BB-63) slicing through the water in a bow-level view as she is underway. September 1, 1986.[2840x1900] (565 points, 26 comments)
    4. Waves crashing over the bow of USS Iowa (BB-61) while underway, during NATO exercise Ocean Safari, 1985 [1500x2242] (550 points, 24 comments)
    5. Snow falls on the flightdeck of theUSS John C Stennis (CVN-74) on Christmas Eve, 2017 [2464x1640] (472 points, 12 comments)
    6. Sleeping Giants: Battleships New Jersey (BB-62) and Missouri (BB-63) in mothballs, July 1981[2923x1954] (468 points, 60 comments)
    7. USS Oklahoma (BB-37), showing off a full compliment of aircraft on their catapults, circa 1940[4000x3006] (279 points, 17 comments)
    8. USS New Jersey (BB-62) passing through the Pearl Harbor Channel Fifty years ago today.[1388x1086] (257 points, 12 comments)
    9. USS Theodore Roosevelt, "The Big Stick" makes a sunset transit of the Persian Gulf, December 2017. [2662x1775] (204 points, 8 comments)
    10. USS Hornet (CVS-12) chasing down the Apollo 11 capsule, containing Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, and Mike Collins [1369x1826] (189 points, 11 comments)
  4. 3621 points, 19 submissions: Freefight
    1. French helicopter cruiser Jeanne d'Arc (R97).[1100 × 682] (579 points, 34 comments)
    2. USS Valley Forge (CVS-45) underway with Task Group Alfa, in 1959.[5702 × 4096] (480 points, 5 comments)
    3. French battleship Richelieu in 1954 on a post card.[1002 × 1446] (361 points, 8 comments)
    4. HMS Repulse firing a 15 inch broadside during an exercise.[3083 × 2065] (258 points, 11 comments)
    5. Cunard's Queen Elizabeth II, with destroyer HMS Manchester (D95) in attendance.[1242 × 1455] (221 points, 20 comments)
    6. Battlecuiser HMS Renown with aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal and cruiser HMS Sheffield (C24) as part of Force H.[1120 × 866] (213 points, 11 comments)
    7. U-776 in the Thames river arrives at Westminster during a post-war UK tour, May 1945.[4855 × 3203] (209 points, 6 comments)
    8. HMS Nelson seen in front of some R-class battleships, with a Blackburn Shark Seaplane flying overhead.[1086 × 640] (206 points, 4 comments)
    9. USS Aaron Ward (DD-483) approaching USS Wasp (CV-7) on 17 August 1942, during operations in the Solomon Islands area.[1200 × 950] (157 points, 2 comments)
    10. Fleet review off New York, 31 May 1934. Battleship closest to camera is USS New York (BB-34).[4400 × 3540] (154 points, 16 comments)
  5. 2973 points, 10 submissions: Mattzo12
    1. First image of a F-35B taking off from HMS Queen Elizabeth [1021 x 580] (845 points, 166 comments)
    2. HMS Illustrious alongside Queen Elizabeth in build. [2000 x 1346] (561 points, 61 comments)
    3. French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle in drydock, Toulon. [2048 x 1366] (433 points, 24 comments)
    4. HMS Dragon, departing Portsmouth Harbour for a deployment to the Gulf, September 2018 [2048 x 1320] (235 points, 28 comments)
    5. HMS Queen Elizabeth, Western Atlantic, September 2018. [594 x 960] (222 points, 64 comments)
    6. Aerial view of HMS Queen Elizabeth with F-35B on deck. [3600 x 2400] (202 points, 19 comments)
    7. HMS Ark Royal conducts a training exercise with multiple lifeboats of the RNLI, 2008 [2047 x 1328] (187 points, 33 comments)
    8. Her Majesty's Ships Queen Elizabeth and Monmouth, Naval Station Norfolk, 17 September 2018 [1600 x 1293] (175 points, 16 comments)
    9. Artist's impression of the Royal Navy's concept Type 43 destroyer [1027 x 614] (62 points, 9 comments)
    10. Archer class patrol vessels exercise off Portsmouth Harbour with a Merlin helicopter, September 2018 [1500 x 1000] (51 points, 1 comment)
  6. 2676 points, 7 submissions: -Eddie-
    1. HMS Queen Elizabeth seen from the cockpit of HMS Monmouth's Wildcat helicopter [682x1024] (627 points, 57 comments)
    2. Birds eye view! An F-35 looks down at HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Monmouth [1200x800] (567 points, 48 comments)
    3. The USS Abraham Lincoln photographed from HMS Queen Elizabeth. Norfolk, Va, 17th Sept '18 [2048x1536] (559 points, 116 comments)
    4. HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Monmouth arrive in Mayport, Florida Sept 5, 2018 [1024x768] (458 points, 46 comments)
    5. HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Monmouth pose for a photo with BF-04 [3000x2400] (191 points, 28 comments)
    6. HMS Queen Elizabeth, HMS Monmouth and the second F-35 approaching for landing [1200x800] (141 points, 5 comments)
    7. Procedure Alpha: HMS Queen Elizabeth's sailors line the deck whilst sailing in to Mayport [2048x1536] (133 points, 5 comments)
  7. 2000 points, 8 submissions: abt137
    1. Personnel is transferred from USS Missouri to USS Iowa somewhere at sea, unknown location and date (640x814) (527 points, 34 comments)
    2. HMS Queen Elizabeth stern view while it was the flagship of the Mediterranean Fleet. Her ensign is lowered to half mast for the funeral of the Duke of Connaught (1549x1522) (456 points, 23 comments)
    3. US, Australian, and Canadian navies conduct replenishment-at-sea maneuvers in the Indian Ocean during exercise Kakadu 2018 (1800x1200) (377 points, 30 comments)
    4. USS Missouri and USS Iowa together at sea. Found this pic and by the position of the B turret in one of them it suggest was taken at the same time as the one I posted yesterday showing personnel transfer between the 2 ships. (1024x846) (190 points, 8 comments)
    5. Aftermath of the explosion and fire aboard the USS Enterprise after a Zuni rocket from a F-4 Phantom misfired. Jan 14th, 1969. 2 pics. (1280x2037) (162 points, 26 comments)
    6. Today, 104 years ago the HMAS AE1, first submarine to serve in the Australian Navy, was lost at sea on Sep 14th, 1914 while operating in the Duke of York Islands area (Papua New Guinea). This is her last known picture. (925x730) (132 points, 5 comments)
    7. Ram ship USS Katahdin (so called harbor-defense ram) in the forefront and armored cruisers USS Minneapolis and USS Columbia in the background. League Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia, 1908. (3000x2420) (103 points, 10 comments)
    8. USS William P. Lawrence Conducts Maneuver Training During Third Fleet Operations (5005x3337) (53 points, 5 comments)
  8. 1986 points, 11 submissions: minos83
    1. Aircraft carrier Cavour (CVH550) flagship of the Italian Navy [1866x1249] (568 points, 39 comments)
    2. Orizzonte class destroyer Andrea Doria (D553) of the Italian Navy [1024x768] (375 points, 36 comments)
    3. Submarine Todaro (S526) of the Italian Navy. [1200x798] (355 points, 19 comments)
    4. Training ship Amerigo Vespucci of the Italian Navy. [1600x1060] (177 points, 7 comments)
    5. Naval Squad of the Italian Navy. [1024x768] (151 points, 5 comments)
    6. LPD San Giusto of the Italian Navy. [1024x768] (98 points, 12 comments)
    7. Italian FREMM class frigate, Alpino (F594), before being put at sea. [1600x1019] (85 points, 6 comments)
    8. Ammiragli class destroyer Francesco Mimbelli (D561) of the talian Navy, at dusk. [1600x1067] (57 points, 1 comment)
    9. The italian Ammiragli class destroyer, Durand de la Penne (D560) in Gran Pavese (dressing Overall). [1600x1068] (47 points, 7 comments)
    10. Italian AVV7 return to the LPD San Giorgio (L9892) [1600x1067] (37 points, 4 comments)
  9. 1949 points, 22 submissions: KapitanKurt
    1. She looks purdy. Lockheed-Martin’s Freedom-class LCS-11, the future USS Sioux City, will be the first combat ship ever commissioned at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. [1200 × 807] (573 points, 60 comments)
    2. Naval guns under construction, possibly for battleship New Mexico, New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn. 1917. [3250 x 2300] (166 points, 5 comments)
    3. Iowa-class BB USS New Jersey (BB-62) underway for Pearl Harbor, 9 Sep 1968. She relocated to Long Beach in June for training exercises after recommissioning, pulled liberty in San Diego, providing public tours, etc. The tour lines were very long. She then headed to the gun line in 'Nam. [1110×1404] (164 points, 20 comments)
    4. A Fletcher-class destroyer off Iwo Jima, circa 19 Feb 1945. [1200 × 835] (161 points, 12 comments)
    5. Imperial Japanese Navy battleship Kirishima at Kure, Japan, 10 March 1940. [3044 x 1922] (128 points, 8 comments)
    6. Navy Day, 27 October 1945. Photo left to right, USS Midway (CVB-41), USS Enterprise (CV-6) and USS Missouri (BB-63). Smoke lingers over Enterprise from the 21-gun salute she rendered to USS Renshaw (DD-499) carrying President Harry S. Truman. Add'l info in comments. [1993 × 1562] (81 points, 17 comments)
    7. USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72), USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75), guided-missile destroyers USS Mason (DDG-87), USS Forrest Sherman (DDG-98), and USS Arleigh Burke (DDG-51), and guided-missile cruiser USS Normandy (CG-60) participate in qualifications in the Atlantic, Aug. 30, 2018. USN photo. [3666x2443] (70 points, 10 comments)
    8. Installation of a 14-inch gun in the Japanese battleship Hyūga's No. 3 gun turret, 1917–18. As commissioned, she carried twelve 14-inch guns in a 6 x 2 turret configuation. [2400 x 1800] (63 points, 5 comments)
    9. New Mexico-class battleship USS Idaho (BB-42) at anchor in Hvalfjörður, Iceland, on 2 October 1941. She was there when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on 7 December, departing on 9 December to rejoin the Pacific Fleet. [1426 × 1015] (62 points, 1 comment)
    10. Night view of USS New Mexico (BB-40), in dense fog looking aft, circa 1919-1920. Location unknown. [1986 x 1123] (57 points, 2 comments)
  10. 1847 points, 10 submissions: JimDandy_ToTheRescue
    1. Tired of HMS Queen Elizabeth photos? Well, I am! Here's the OG HMS Queen Elizabeth, circa post-1920's refit. I'm not sure which submarine is in the foreground. [1650x1100] (531 points, 38 comments)
    2. The Original HMS Queen Elizabeth. Photo taken circa 1943/44 after she had been repaired in Norfolk, VA, following severe damage she received after Italian frogmen had placed a limpet mine on her hull while anchored in Alexandria harbour- one of the most daring actions of the war. [4394x3364] (384 points, 6 comments)
    3. A sailor attempts to impress a young lady with his... big guns. 12" guns to be specific- Connecticut-class battleship, circa 1906-09. [6000x3532] (363 points, 22 comments)
    4. HMS Queen Elizabeth, OG, photographed shortly after the completion of her last major rebuild. Just about the only thing that remained the same from the previous rebuild were the guns. Note the iconic Forth Bridge in the background. [2362x1575] (119 points, 2 comments)
    5. Tired of HMS Queen Elizabeth photos? Well, I am! So here's the OG HMS Queen Elizabeth, circa 1919. [1400x895] (100 points, 11 comments)
    6. Tired of HMS Queen Elizabeth photos? Well, I am! Here's the OG HMS Queen Elizabeth, circa 1944. Clearly after her 1930's rebuild. Side note: the new QE's wiki is about twice as long as the original QE and it hasn't even seen two years worth of combat! Or 30+ years of service! [5123x1927] (92 points, 16 comments)
    7. Original Flavor HMS Queen Elizabeth photographed during WW2. The thick, massive superstructure is a far cry from the 'barely there' superstructure of HMS Dreadnought! [9024x5854] (88 points, 6 comments)
    8. Original flavor HMS Queen Elizabeth in her original configuration, late WW1 photo. Note the St George Cross flying atop the main, showing that the Commander in Chief of the Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir David Beatty, was on board. [2362x1575] (72 points, 2 comments)
    9. The REAL HMS Queen Elizabeth- photo taken from the deck of USS New York (BB-34) in 1918. Note the 'baffles' between the funnels, a dubious attempt at fooling rangefinders employed by the Allies during WW1. Also a good view of the plated over rear casemates. [3074x2169] (64 points, 5 comments)
    10. The OG HMS Queen Elizabeth (with the flag of Commander in Chief Admiral Sir David Beatty flying at the foretop) and other dreadnoughts of the Grand Fleet photographed from an airship on 'Der Tag'- the day the High Seas Fleet surrendered itself to the Royal Navy, November 21st, 1918. [976x902] (34 points, 5 comments)
  11. 1843 points, 5 submissions: standbyforskyfall
    1. American Warplanes overfly USS Missouri before the Japanese Surrender 73 years ago today [1456 x 1176] (756 points, 52 comments)
    2. USS Zumwalt sails through San Diego Bay [3827 x 2304] (525 points, 90 comments)
    3. Aircraft from the Air Force and the Navy overfly the USS Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group at the conclusion of Exercise Valiant Shield 2018 [5265 x 3761] (498 points, 49 comments)
    4. Destroyers of Taffy 3 lay a smoke screen during the Battle off Samar [1873 x 1396] (48 points, 10 comments)
    5. USS Thunderbolt fires a Griffin Surface to Surface missile during an exercise [4310x3078] (16 points, 0 comments)
  12. 1583 points, 13 submissions: Crowe410
    1. FA2 Sea Harrier takimg off from the flight deck of HMS Illustrious during a demonstration off the coast of Oman, 28 October 2001 [3116×3600] (449 points, 16 comments)
    2. USS Indiana (BB-58) under construction at Newport News Shipbuilding, 1941 [744×1262] (252 points, 4 comments)
    3. USS Barbour County (LST-1195) aground on San Diego's Silver Strand in 1984 [2392×1798] (223 points, 21 comments)
    4. USS Enterprise (CV-6) being assisted by tugboats, New York, 17 Oct 1945 [960×762] (188 points, 7 comments)
    5. Italian midget submarine at Sevastopol, Crimea, circa 1942 [1830×1280] (108 points, 3 comments)
    6. USS Chicago (CA-29) underway off New York City, during the 31 May 1934 fleet review [5380×4128] (97 points, 0 comments)
    7. Japanese cruisers Furutaka, Aoba and Kinugasa at anchor off Shinagawa, Japan, Oct 1935 [740×594] (52 points, 7 comments)
    8. Tambor-class submarine USS Grayback (SS-208) during her shakedown cruise, Long Island Sound, United States, 6 May 1941 [4911×3816] (52 points, 0 comments)
    9. USS Cuttlefish (SS-171) submerging, while serving on training duty out of New London, Connecticut, United States, circa mid-1943 [740×574] (40 points, 1 comment)
    10. Electrician’s Mate First Class Kenneth McNally and Seaman First Class George Skiratko, kneeling, operating USS Missouri’s 36-inch searchlight during the ship’s shakedown cruise to Trinidad, Aug 1944 [1005×1280] (37 points, 1 comment)

Top Commenters

  1. beachedwhale1945 (1545 points, 196 comments)
  2. Vault111Survivor (1139 points, 105 comments)
  3. Mattzo12 (1009 points, 73 comments)
  4. JMHSrowing (727 points, 92 comments)
  5. Taldoable (693 points, 52 comments)
  6. raitchison (485 points, 59 comments)
  7. Tsquare43 (418 points, 169 comments)
  8. DrRedOrDead (409 points, 34 comments)
  9. Ascott1989 (364 points, 19 comments)
  10. standbyforskyfall (337 points, 25 comments)
  11. Freefight (309 points, 16 comments)
  12. Dudewheresmywhiskey (305 points, 52 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. First image of a F-35B taking off from HMS Queen Elizabeth [1021 x 580] by Mattzo12 (845 points, 166 comments)
  2. The USS. Missouri firing at Iraqi targets in Kuwait, 1991. [736 x 486] by GreatMilitaryBattles (811 points, 83 comments)
  3. HMS Victory, hero of Trafalgar and oldest ship still in commission in the world [2758 x 3518] by EngineeringElk (803 points, 117 comments)
  4. The rusted remains of the USS Utah (BB-31) in Pearl Harbor, HI, with 64 sailors still on watch. [3000x2280] by Taldoable (773 points, 76 comments)
  5. American Warplanes overfly USS Missouri before the Japanese Surrender 73 years ago today [1456 x 1176] by standbyforskyfall (756 points, 52 comments)
  6. USS Iowa - BALTOPS '85 [1280 × 847] by __hrga__ (721 points, 33 comments)
  7. USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) [3228 × 2152] by __hrga__ (713 points, 86 comments)
  8. French first-rate ship of the line Bretagne, the largest of its type ever built. [1280X920] by spike (657 points, 49 comments)
  9. HMS Queen Elizabeth seen from the cockpit of HMS Monmouth's Wildcat helicopter [682x1024] by -Eddie- (627 points, 57 comments)
  10. The Last Dreadnought: USS Texas (BB-35) stands the dawn watch at the San Jacinto memorial. [816x595] by Taldoable (613 points, 54 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 178 points: Taldoable's comment in The rusted remains of the USS Utah (BB-31) in Pearl Harbor, HI, with 64 sailors still on watch. [3000x2280]
  2. 168 points: ImitationFire's comment in Aircraft carrier Cavour (CVH550) flagship of the Italian Navy [1866x1249]
  3. 161 points: Ascott1989's comment in HMS Victory, hero of Trafalgar and oldest ship still in commission in the world [2758 x 3518]
  4. 154 points: drksdr's comment in HMS Queen Elizabeth seen from the cockpit of HMS Monmouth's Wildcat helicopter [682x1024]
  5. 148 points: RD42MH's comment in American Warplanes overfly USS Missouri before the Japanese Surrender 73 years ago today [1456 x 1176]
  6. 143 points: -Montgomery-'s comment in USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) [3228 × 2152]
  7. 128 points: Ascott1989's comment in HMS Queen Elizabeth seen from the cockpit of HMS Monmouth's Wildcat helicopter [682x1024]
  8. 111 points: deleted's comment in The USS. Missouri firing at Iraqi targets in Kuwait, 1991. [736 x 486]
  9. 108 points: Vault111Survivor's comment in [2250 x 1498] USS Indiana (SSN-789) Departs for Sea Trials, May 2018, two unidentified Nimitz class carriers in the background.
  10. 105 points: NAmofton's comment in USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000) [1612 × 906]
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2018.09.30 06:18 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: WarshipPorn top posts from 2018-08-30 to 2018-09-29 05:43 PDT

Period: 29.73 days
Submissions Comments
Total 528 5371
Rate (per day) 17.76 175.30
Unique Redditors 101 1438
Combined Score 66316 38735

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 8640 points, 53 submissions: __hrga__
    1. USS Constitution fires its guns in salute while underway in Massachusetts Bay, escorted by the frigate USS Halyburton (FFG 40) (center) and the destroyer USS Ramage (DDG 61) (right), as the Navy's "Blue Angels" pass overhead [1276 × 780] (793 points, 62 comments)
    2. USS Iowa - BALTOPS '85 [1280 × 847] (727 points, 33 comments)
    3. USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) [3228 × 2152] (717 points, 86 comments)
    4. Royal navy Astute class submarine HMS Ambush [2764 × 1770] (534 points, 32 comments)
    5. German U-576 submarine [1200 × 866] (519 points, 32 comments)
    6. The Royal Navy hunter killer submarine HMS Trenchant (S 91) surfaces in the Beaufort Sea during Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2018 [4993 × 3333] (494 points, 17 comments)
    7. USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000) [1612 × 906] (432 points, 60 comments)
    8. Scorpène class submarine [1280 × 640] (430 points, 26 comments)
    9. HMS Queen Elizabeth [1700 × 1132] (425 points, 15 comments)
    10. HMS Vengeance [2025 × 1513] (190 points, 6 comments)
  2. 6851 points, 108 submissions: Tsquare43
    1. [1280 x 850] USS New Jersey (BB-62) at her berth in Camden at night, Sept 2010 (472 points, 29 comments)
    2. [2250 x 1498] USS Indiana (SSN-789) Departs for Sea Trials, May 2018, two unidentified Nimitz class carriers in the background. (454 points, 26 comments)
    3. [1024 x 768] USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) listing after a kamikaze attack on Jan 21, 1945. (352 points, 22 comments)
    4. [1280 x 836] Fighter Squadron 14 (VF-14) F-14A Tomcat aircraft fly over the French aircraft carrier Foch (R-99) during a joint exercise in which the FOCH and the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) are taking part, May 1990. (344 points, 36 comments)
    5. [3200 x 2013] USS Arizona (BB-39) and other ships of the US Pacific Fleet from the aft view, in the 1930's. (317 points, 25 comments)
    6. [1024 x 813] The Gemini 3 spacecraft alongside USS Intrepid (CV-11), 23 March 1965 (292 points, 5 comments)
    7. [822 x 652] Luftwaffe aerial reconnaissance photo of the Ordzhinikidze Yard (Shipyard 189), Leningrad, showing the battleship Sovietsky Soyuz (top) and Chkalov under construction, June 26, 1941 (201 points, 14 comments)
    8. [800 x 596] HMS Emperor of India's "X" and "Y" turrets (152 points, 3 comments)
    9. [1442 x 1142] USS Cusk (SSG-348) firing a Loon missile, 15 May 1951. (125 points, 8 comments)
    10. [2826 x 1858] Two U-boats aground near Falmouth, England in 1921. The boat nearer to the camera is UB-86 a type UB-III. These boats were on the way to the breakers, notice no deck guns and periscopes. (125 points, 4 comments)
  3. 5320 points, 16 submissions: Taldoable
    1. The rusted remains of the USS Utah (BB-31) in Pearl Harbor, HI, with 64 sailors still on watch. [3000x2280] (779 points, 76 comments)
    2. The Last Dreadnought: USS Texas (BB-35) stands the dawn watch at the San Jacinto memorial. [816x595] (614 points, 54 comments)
    3. USS Missouri (BB-63) slicing through the water in a bow-level view as she is underway. September 1, 1986.[2840x1900] (564 points, 26 comments)
    4. Waves crashing over the bow of USS Iowa (BB-61) while underway, during NATO exercise Ocean Safari, 1985 [1500x2242] (549 points, 24 comments)
    5. Snow falls on the flightdeck of theUSS John C Stennis (CVN-74) on Christmas Eve, 2017 [2464x1640] (472 points, 12 comments)
    6. Sleeping Giants: Battleships New Jersey (BB-62) and Missouri (BB-63) in mothballs, July 1981[2923x1954] (462 points, 60 comments)
    7. USS Oklahoma (BB-37), showing off a full compliment of aircraft on their catapults, circa 1940[4000x3006] (284 points, 17 comments)
    8. USS New Jersey (BB-62) passing through the Pearl Harbor Channel Fifty years ago today.[1388x1086] (258 points, 12 comments)
    9. USS Massachusetts (BB-59) seen her after her final refit, January 1946. Today she can be seen as a museum at Battleship Cove, Fall River, MA.[6080x10032] (233 points, 7 comments)
    10. USS Theodore Roosevelt, "The Big Stick" makes a sunset transit of the Persian Gulf, December 2017. [2662x1775] (204 points, 8 comments)
  4. 3702 points, 20 submissions: Freefight
    1. French helicopter cruiser Jeanne d'Arc (R97).[1100 × 682] (576 points, 34 comments)
    2. USS Valley Forge (CVS-45) underway with Task Group Alfa, in 1959.[5702 × 4096] (476 points, 5 comments)
    3. French battleship Richelieu in 1954 on a post card.[1002 × 1446] (371 points, 8 comments)
    4. HMS Repulse firing a 15 inch broadside during an exercise.[3083 × 2065] (258 points, 11 comments)
    5. Cunard's Queen Elizabeth II, with destroyer HMS Manchester (D95) in attendance.[1242 × 1455] (221 points, 20 comments)
    6. Battlecuiser HMS Renown with aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal and cruiser HMS Sheffield (C24) as part of Force H.[1120 × 866] (210 points, 11 comments)
    7. U-776 in the Thames river arrives at Westminster during a post-war UK tour, May 1945.[4855 × 3203] (209 points, 6 comments)
    8. HMS Nelson seen in front of some R-class battleships, with a Blackburn Shark Seaplane flying overhead.[1086 × 640] (205 points, 4 comments)
    9. USS Aaron Ward (DD-483) approaching USS Wasp (CV-7) on 17 August 1942, during operations in the Solomon Islands area.[1200 × 950] (157 points, 2 comments)
    10. Fleet review off New York, 31 May 1934. Battleship closest to camera is USS New York (BB-34).[4400 × 3540] (155 points, 16 comments)
  5. 2950 points, 10 submissions: Mattzo12
    1. First image of a F-35B taking off from HMS Queen Elizabeth [1021 x 580] (841 points, 155 comments)
    2. HMS Illustrious alongside Queen Elizabeth in build. [2000 x 1346] (561 points, 61 comments)
    3. French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle in drydock, Toulon. [2048 x 1366] (428 points, 24 comments)
    4. HMS Dragon, departing Portsmouth Harbour for a deployment to the Gulf, September 2018 [2048 x 1320] (237 points, 28 comments)
    5. HMS Queen Elizabeth, Western Atlantic, September 2018. [594 x 960] (218 points, 64 comments)
    6. Aerial view of HMS Queen Elizabeth with F-35B on deck. [3600 x 2400] (198 points, 16 comments)
    7. HMS Ark Royal conducts a training exercise with multiple lifeboats of the RNLI, 2008 [2047 x 1328] (183 points, 37 comments)
    8. Her Majesty's Ships Queen Elizabeth and Monmouth, Naval Station Norfolk, 17 September 2018 [1600 x 1293] (174 points, 16 comments)
    9. Artist's impression of the Royal Navy's concept Type 43 destroyer [1027 x 614] (64 points, 9 comments)
    10. Archer class patrol vessels exercise off Portsmouth Harbour with a Merlin helicopter, September 2018 [1500 x 1000] (46 points, 1 comment)
  6. 2739 points, 8 submissions: -Eddie-
    1. HMS Queen Elizabeth seen from the cockpit of HMS Monmouth's Wildcat helicopter [682x1024] (622 points, 57 comments)
    2. Birds eye view! An F-35 looks down at HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Monmouth [1200x800] (559 points, 47 comments)
    3. The USS Abraham Lincoln photographed from HMS Queen Elizabeth. Norfolk, Va, 17th Sept '18 [2048x1536] (558 points, 116 comments)
    4. HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Monmouth arrive in Mayport, Florida Sept 5, 2018 [1024x768] (453 points, 46 comments)
    5. HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Monmouth pose for a photo with BF-04 [3000x2400] (182 points, 28 comments)
    6. HMS Queen Elizabeth, HMS Monmouth and the second F-35 approaching for landing [1200x800] (135 points, 5 comments)
    7. Procedure Alpha: HMS Queen Elizabeth's sailors line the deck whilst sailing in to Mayport [2048x1536] (127 points, 5 comments)
    8. HMS Queen Elizabeth's flight deck on the way to the USA for flight trials [1024x497] (103 points, 14 comments)
  7. 1996 points, 8 submissions: abt137
    1. Personnel is transferred from USS Missouri to USS Iowa somewhere at sea, unknown location and date (640x814) (524 points, 34 comments)
    2. HMS Queen Elizabeth stern view while it was the flagship of the Mediterranean Fleet. Her ensign is lowered to half mast for the funeral of the Duke of Connaught (1549x1522) (458 points, 23 comments)
    3. US, Australian, and Canadian navies conduct replenishment-at-sea maneuvers in the Indian Ocean during exercise Kakadu 2018 (1800x1200) (377 points, 30 comments)
    4. USS Missouri and USS Iowa together at sea. Found this pic and by the position of the B turret in one of them it suggest was taken at the same time as the one I posted yesterday showing personnel transfer between the 2 ships. (1024x846) (188 points, 8 comments)
    5. Aftermath of the explosion and fire aboard the USS Enterprise after a Zuni rocket from a F-4 Phantom misfired. Jan 14th, 1969. 2 pics. (1280x2037) (159 points, 26 comments)
    6. Today, 104 years ago the HMAS AE1, first submarine to serve in the Australian Navy, was lost at sea on Sep 14th, 1914 while operating in the Duke of York Islands area (Papua New Guinea). This is her last known picture. (925x730) (135 points, 5 comments)
    7. Ram ship USS Katahdin (so called harbor-defense ram) in the forefront and armored cruisers USS Minneapolis and USS Columbia in the background. League Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia, 1908. (3000x2420) (102 points, 10 comments)
    8. USS William P. Lawrence Conducts Maneuver Training During Third Fleet Operations (5005x3337) (53 points, 5 comments)
  8. 1936 points, 10 submissions: minos83
    1. Aircraft carrier Cavour (CVH550) flagship of the Italian Navy [1866x1249] (567 points, 39 comments)
    2. Orizzonte class destroyer Andrea Doria (D553) of the Italian Navy [1024x768] (375 points, 36 comments)
    3. Submarine Todaro (S526) of the Italian Navy. [1200x798] (357 points, 19 comments)
    4. Training ship Amerigo Vespucci of the Italian Navy. [1600x1060] (173 points, 7 comments)
    5. Naval Squad of the Italian Navy. [1024x768] (147 points, 5 comments)
    6. LPD San Giusto of the Italian Navy. [1024x768] (100 points, 12 comments)
    7. Italian FREMM class frigate, Alpino (F594), before being put at sea. [1600x1019] (78 points, 6 comments)
    8. Ammiragli class destroyer Francesco Mimbelli (D561) of the talian Navy, at dusk. [1600x1067] (57 points, 1 comment)
    9. The italian Ammiragli class destroyer, Durand de la Penne (D560) in Gran Pavese (dressing Overall). [1600x1068] (47 points, 7 comments)
    10. Italian AVV7 return to the LPD San Giorgio (L9892) [1600x1067] (35 points, 4 comments)
  9. 1856 points, 10 submissions: JimDandy_ToTheRescue
    1. Tired of HMS Queen Elizabeth photos? Well, I am! Here's the OG HMS Queen Elizabeth, circa post-1920's refit. I'm not sure which submarine is in the foreground. [1650x1100] (532 points, 38 comments)
    2. The Original HMS Queen Elizabeth. Photo taken circa 1943/44 after she had been repaired in Norfolk, VA, following severe damage she received after Italian frogmen had placed a limpet mine on her hull while anchored in Alexandria harbour- one of the most daring actions of the war. [4394x3364] (381 points, 6 comments)
    3. A sailor attempts to impress a young lady with his... big guns. 12" guns to be specific- Connecticut-class battleship, circa 1906-09. [6000x3532] (365 points, 22 comments)
    4. HMS Queen Elizabeth, OG, photographed shortly after the completion of her last major rebuild. Just about the only thing that remained the same from the previous rebuild were the guns. Note the iconic Forth Bridge in the background. [2362x1575] (121 points, 2 comments)
    5. Tired of HMS Queen Elizabeth photos? Well, I am! So here's the OG HMS Queen Elizabeth, circa 1919. [1400x895] (102 points, 11 comments)
    6. Tired of HMS Queen Elizabeth photos? Well, I am! Here's the OG HMS Queen Elizabeth, circa 1944. Clearly after her 1930's rebuild. Side note: the new QE's wiki is about twice as long as the original QE and it hasn't even seen two years worth of combat! Or 30+ years of service! [5123x1927] (95 points, 16 comments)
    7. Original Flavor HMS Queen Elizabeth photographed during WW2. The thick, massive superstructure is a far cry from the 'barely there' superstructure of HMS Dreadnought! [9024x5854] (90 points, 6 comments)
    8. Original flavor HMS Queen Elizabeth in her original configuration, late WW1 photo. Note the St George Cross flying atop the main, showing that the Commander in Chief of the Grand Fleet, Admiral Sir David Beatty, was on board. [2362x1575] (72 points, 2 comments)
    9. The REAL HMS Queen Elizabeth- photo taken from the deck of USS New York (BB-34) in 1918. Note the 'baffles' between the funnels, a dubious attempt at fooling rangefinders employed by the Allies during WW1. Also a good view of the plated over rear casemates. [3074x2169] (66 points, 5 comments)
    10. The OG HMS Queen Elizabeth (with the flag of Commander in Chief Admiral Sir David Beatty flying at the foretop) and other dreadnoughts of the Grand Fleet photographed from an airship on 'Der Tag'- the day the High Seas Fleet surrendered itself to the Royal Navy, November 21st, 1918. [976x902] (32 points, 5 comments)
  10. 1846 points, 5 submissions: standbyforskyfall
    1. American Warplanes overfly USS Missouri before the Japanese Surrender 73 years ago today [1456 x 1176] (759 points, 52 comments)
    2. USS Zumwalt sails through San Diego Bay [3827 x 2304] (527 points, 90 comments)
    3. Aircraft from the Air Force and the Navy overfly the USS Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group at the conclusion of Exercise Valiant Shield 2018 [5265 x 3761] (496 points, 49 comments)
    4. Destroyers of Taffy 3 lay a smoke screen during the Battle off Samar [1873 x 1396] (48 points, 10 comments)
    5. USS Thunderbolt fires a Griffin Surface to Surface missile during an exercise [4310x3078] (16 points, 0 comments)
  11. 1586 points, 13 submissions: Crowe410
    1. FA2 Sea Harrier takimg off from the flight deck of HMS Illustrious during a demonstration off the coast of Oman, 28 October 2001 [3116×3600] (445 points, 16 comments)
    2. USS Indiana (BB-58) under construction at Newport News Shipbuilding, 1941 [744×1262] (251 points, 4 comments)
    3. USS Barbour County (LST-1195) aground on San Diego's Silver Strand in 1984 [2392×1798] (221 points, 21 comments)
    4. USS Enterprise (CV-6) being assisted by tugboats, New York, 17 Oct 1945 [960×762] (191 points, 7 comments)
    5. Italian midget submarine at Sevastopol, Crimea, circa 1942 [1830×1280] (109 points, 3 comments)
    6. USS Chicago (CA-29) underway off New York City, during the 31 May 1934 fleet review [5380×4128] (98 points, 0 comments)
    7. Japanese cruisers Furutaka, Aoba and Kinugasa at anchor off Shinagawa, Japan, Oct 1935 [740×594] (56 points, 7 comments)
    8. Tambor-class submarine USS Grayback (SS-208) during her shakedown cruise, Long Island Sound, United States, 6 May 1941 [4911×3816] (52 points, 0 comments)
    9. USS Cuttlefish (SS-171) submerging, while serving on training duty out of New London, Connecticut, United States, circa mid-1943 [740×574] (42 points, 1 comment)
    10. Electrician’s Mate First Class Kenneth McNally and Seaman First Class George Skiratko, kneeling, operating USS Missouri’s 36-inch searchlight during the ship’s shakedown cruise to Trinidad, Aug 1944 [1005×1280] (37 points, 1 comment)
  12. 1515 points, 18 submissions: RyanSmith
    1. HMS Edinburgh, on patrol near the Falkland Islands. [3800 x 2410] (248 points, 32 comments)
    2. USS Missouri in the Miraflores Locks, Panama Canal, 13 Oct 1945 [2252 x 2796] (229 points, 8 comments)
    3. Aerial view of the warships at the docks at Brest, France, late 19th century [1816 x 1296] (171 points, 5 comments)
    4. The Independence-variant littoral combat ship USS Manchester (LCS 14) rests in the Port of Los Angeles during a scheduled visit for LA Fleet Week [4966 x 3314] (116 points, 22 comments)
    5. Marines of USS Texas between 14" guns. #3 turret. 1914. [1285 x 776] (94 points, 6 comments)
    6. HMS Diamond (D34) looking smart on the day that the Queen Elizabeth (R08) arrived in Portsmouth. [4592 x 2583] (88 points, 4 comments)
    7. HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08) [4592 x 2583] (83 points, 8 comments)
    8. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyer JS Kurama (DDH 144) underway in the Pacific Ocean [2700 x 1797] (80 points, 6 comments)
    9. French ship Senegalais [2740 x 2118] (73 points, 1 comment)
    10. HDMS Iver Huitfeldt (F361) [4896 x 2754] (53 points, 3 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. beachedwhale1945 (1446 points, 196 comments)
  2. Vault111Survivor (1099 points, 102 comments)
  3. Mattzo12 (1002 points, 71 comments)
  4. Taldoable (698 points, 54 comments)
  5. JMHSrowing (662 points, 83 comments)
  6. raitchison (482 points, 59 comments)
  7. Tsquare43 (408 points, 166 comments)
  8. Ascott1989 (374 points, 21 comments)
  9. DrRedOrDead (363 points, 30 comments)
  10. standbyforskyfall (335 points, 24 comments)
  11. ConnorXfor (311 points, 18 comments)
  12. Freefight (310 points, 18 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. First image of a F-35B taking off from HMS Queen Elizabeth [1021 x 580] by Mattzo12 (841 points, 155 comments)
  2. The USS. Missouri firing at Iraqi targets in Kuwait, 1991. [736 x 486] by GreatMilitaryBattles (804 points, 83 comments)
  3. HMS Victory, hero of Trafalgar and oldest ship still in commission in the world [2758 x 3518] by EngineeringElk (799 points, 117 comments)
  4. USS Constitution fires its guns in salute while underway in Massachusetts Bay, escorted by the frigate USS Halyburton (FFG 40) (center) and the destroyer USS Ramage (DDG 61) (right), as the Navy's "Blue Angels" pass overhead [1276 × 780] by __hrga__ (793 points, 62 comments)
  5. The rusted remains of the USS Utah (BB-31) in Pearl Harbor, HI, with 64 sailors still on watch. [3000x2280] by Taldoable (779 points, 76 comments)
  6. American Warplanes overfly USS Missouri before the Japanese Surrender 73 years ago today [1456 x 1176] by standbyforskyfall (759 points, 52 comments)
  7. USS Iowa - BALTOPS '85 [1280 × 847] by __hrga__ (727 points, 33 comments)
  8. USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) [3228 × 2152] by __hrga__ (717 points, 86 comments)
  9. French first-rate ship of the line Bretagne, the largest of its type ever built. [1280X920] by spike (663 points, 49 comments)
  10. HMS Queen Elizabeth seen from the cockpit of HMS Monmouth's Wildcat helicopter [682x1024] by -Eddie- (622 points, 57 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 176 points: Taldoable's comment in The rusted remains of the USS Utah (BB-31) in Pearl Harbor, HI, with 64 sailors still on watch. [3000x2280]
  2. 171 points: ImitationFire's comment in Aircraft carrier Cavour (CVH550) flagship of the Italian Navy [1866x1249]
  3. 161 points: Ascott1989's comment in HMS Victory, hero of Trafalgar and oldest ship still in commission in the world [2758 x 3518]
  4. 160 points: drksdr's comment in HMS Queen Elizabeth seen from the cockpit of HMS Monmouth's Wildcat helicopter [682x1024]
  5. 148 points: RD42MH's comment in American Warplanes overfly USS Missouri before the Japanese Surrender 73 years ago today [1456 x 1176]
  6. 141 points: -Montgomery-'s comment in USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) [3228 × 2152]
  7. 122 points: Ascott1989's comment in HMS Queen Elizabeth seen from the cockpit of HMS Monmouth's Wildcat helicopter [682x1024]
  8. 111 points: deleted's comment in The USS. Missouri firing at Iraqi targets in Kuwait, 1991. [736 x 486]
  9. 108 points: Mrprocrastinaut's comment in USS Constitution fires its guns in salute while underway in Massachusetts Bay, escorted by the frigate USS Halyburton (FFG 40) (center) and the destroyer USS Ramage (DDG 61) (right), as the Navy's "Blue Angels" pass overhead [1276 × 780]
  10. 104 points: Vault111Survivor's comment in [2250 x 1498] USS Indiana (SSN-789) Departs for Sea Trials, May 2018, two unidentified Nimitz class carriers in the background.
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