2022.01.18 14:00 3DMeltdown Shroom | Ender 3 - Rotating 3D printed parts
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2022.01.18 14:00 aabush1 Why is posting a link disallowed in this group? 🤔
2022.01.18 14:00 UntappdBot [Blog] - 11 Best Berliner Weisses of 2022
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2022.01.18 14:00 jsalathee CS101 versus CS111
Can’t find much on the course description pages, I know CS111 is intended for majors was wondering what the course load and material CS101 covers was and how it compares?
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2022.01.18 14:00 NoKissingg Check out one of my highest streamed releases "NoKissing- Greenday (Prod by. Alogo) Official Music Video" on YouTube
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2022.01.18 14:00 Animalstar_1 The Brawlers turned younger now🧒
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2022.01.18 14:00 JcWoman Daytime water aerobics available in Reston
I wanted to let people here know about this, as it's a great class but is in danger of being cancelled if we don't get two more signups. (My interest: I'm just an attendee who doesn't want it to be cancelled.) It's at 10:30am Tuesdays and Thursdays, at the Reston Hunter Woods community center.
The class is held in a really awesome warm water pool, which is separate from the lap pool and kiddie pool. The title of the class, (is a bit too specific, imo because it's actually fine for anybody who can attend in the middle of the day) is "Advanced Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis - 621276". The pool has both shallow and deep water and you can choose which you prefer as this class has the whole pool to ourselves. (I'm typically one of the rare people in the deep end, lol!) It's $50 if you live in Reston, and $100 if you don't.
Here's the link to get details and enroll: https://www.restoncommunitycenter.com/
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2022.01.18 14:00 imean_iguess123 Hi! I’m Christie and I am a 1st year dental hygiene student. I’m looking for anyone willing to be a patient. Cleanings and X-rays are available at a low cost. If you have Husky/Medicaid, the treatment is free. If you’re interested, you can text me or call the school number to set up an appointment
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2022.01.18 14:00 buda_bear Does pizza count? I made this thin crust fella for lunch. One of the best things about working from home.
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2022.01.18 14:00 RocketCrewSpace Technical Writer at MDA
2022.01.18 14:00 buckets84 Any manufacturers that make a "blank" control panel type of hardware?
Does anybody know of any companies that create little "control panel" type pieces of hardware that you can integrate into a smart home? No idea if it actually exists or not, but I'm looking at something that functions like this type of simple button (https://www.amazon.com/Aeotec-SmartThings-Button-Zigbee-Control/dp/B095TW4TT8/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=zwave+button&qid=1642525064&sr=8-2) - but with more inputs. Maybe a handful of buttons, dials, sliders, switches, etc.
Always felt like that could be incredibly useful for my home office for example where I have a handful of automations (or manually triggered scripts) that I use for various things throughout the day.
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2022.01.18 14:00 qznc_bot2 GPS
2022.01.18 14:00 MillionDollar2021 Trump's Stacked Supreme Court Hypocrisy
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2022.01.18 14:00 AnimatedPixelArtBot "Oh it's you"
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2022.01.18 14:00 tc182 Christina Ricci
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2022.01.18 14:00 OliverMarkusMalloy Beijing locks down office building with workers still inside over single Omicron case
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2022.01.18 14:00 nededikimdedi What's the price of 2022 Civic touring without ANY taxes and fees in the US?
I can see the MSRP from Honda website but I have no idea about the taxes in the US.
Top trim level being Executive+ is 21k in Turkey without VAT and vehicle tax but it doesn't have some features the touring has like Bose sound system, spare tire and USB-C ports in back seats. I'm wondering if we pay the same price or more for a vehicle that has few features.
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2022.01.18 14:00 SouthernStory348 Anaheim ticket wanted
If anyone has an extra ticket for whatever reason lmk and maybe we can work something out - I can’t offer face value but I can make a decent cash offer and am a diehard fan so at least the ticket won’t go to waste ¯_(ツ)_/¯ really hoping to experience this show!
To everyone going - f’n enjoy!
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2022.01.18 14:00 Catsnfish [Xb1] H: VE flamer W: Legacy bundle
2022.01.18 14:00 ChaoTheChild My cat drawing for the cat lovers
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2022.01.18 14:00 TPK_Whippet Middle Earth has NEVER known a better chair with #Secretlab
I might not recommend this chair to Hobbits, but I can guarantee all the taller people would feel the comfort rather quickly.
I think this might even bring the best out of Orcs. Who knows, ultimate comfort might go a long way for these brutes.
Don't get me wrong though, I will happily let anyone try my chair. But I am not giving it. And I am never going back.
My #Secretlab chair even procured an increase of +4 to my constitution score. I can finally hope to have a healthy back when I come of old age.
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2022.01.18 14:00 krutticus Question on Phantom Stock Purchase Agreement Restrictions
I've stumbled into quite a pickle here, and I'm looking for some information/advice/suggestions for moving forward. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated, and if this isn't the appropriate sub for this post, feel free to nuke it.
About 6 months ago, I was approached with an opportunity to purchase a small business in my area. The company has been in business nearly 40 years, has great financials, and a lot of room to grow. The current owners are at retirement age, and find themselves in limbo between too small for a large firm to entertain, but too large for any of their competitors to consume, so they're looking to get creative.
After a ton of back and forth, I decided to take the plunge with 2 business partners. We've drawn up profitability and financing projections to complete the deal and reached an agreement on an owners' financing for $6M over 7 years. With everything my partners and I have seen, we're more than confident we can meet payments with cushion. We met with a couple banks for underwriting the loan, and everything was a-go outside of personal financial statements. All great so far. Then we met with the business acquisition lawyer.
He disagreed vehemently with the method we were going about acquiring the business, as it would place an enormous amount of risk on the current owners; we didn't disagree. He instead ushered us into a Phantom Stock Purchase Agreement, where we'd each be paid a percentage of Net Profits each year before any equity distributions are made, with that percentage earmarked to immediately purchase stock in the company from the current owners. Makes sense and seemed like an elegant system to circumvent the need to involve a bank in the transaction while requiring no down payment. Completely unsure where to begin, we asked the lawyer what a typical phantom stock percentage looks like, to which he hesitantly replied 10%. Doing some quick mental math during the meeting, I immediately realized 10% was going to set us up for something close to 20 years to complete the deal however, to which the lawyer noted we could still purchase additional stock in the out years with our equity distributions as we actually have stake within the company. He promised to provide a financial model to reflect a few years of the deal for posterity. We expressed our concern that this structure would yield the current owners way more than our original deal, and they agreed, saying we should adjust the phantom stock percentage to meet the same ends as the owners' financing option ($6M in principal, $1.5M interest over the term, $7.5M in total)
My background is in FP&A, and I decided to create my own model as well as a comparison point/check. When it was complete, I realized 10% phantom stock, even with reinvesting all distributions, was projecting to take us 11 years for full payment. Moreover, in addition to our stock purchases, the current owners would be collecting over $7M in distributions over the life of the deal for $13M in income. I expressed this to my partners and we decided to back into the original $7.5M in gross income utilizing the phantom stock percentage as our variable. To hit that reduced total, we were looking at a phantom stock percentage of 25%-30% for each of us, or 75%-90% of net profits before distributions. After the lawyer delivered his projections, I paired the two scenarios and create a small comparison for us to discuss over lunch. The models were close, but my model was more extensive and controlled for many one-time adjustments and future impacts, so I was quite confident in my figures.
Our proposal was met with a bit of skepticism (lawyer not present at the meeting), and the connotation of a phantom stock percentage that high was evident, but when you step back, it completely makes sense that with the same business valuation, we would need to seize the majority of the profits to emulate the owners' financing scenario where we were getting all of the profits with the interest being the same as the current owners equity distributions. The current owners agreed, but wanted to take a day to meet privately before making any decisions. My understanding is they met over the weekend and on Monday (yesterday), they relayed that their lawyer immediately rejected the proposal because phantom stock percentage, citing it wasn't prudent to give away so much profitability and he wouldn't sign off on it. Basically, we recreated the owner's financing scenario in a phantom stock purchase agreement system.
The ship isn't sunk, but the owners have passed the ball back to us, asking that we get creative about compensating ourselves in other means from the business to essentially sap the value from the phantom stock percentage, effectively lowering the percentage but still compensating us to the same degree. I personally think this is absurd, we're now splitting hairs over nomenclature, where we're going compensated the same amount from the business, the cashflows will be exactly the same and meet the same ends; we just can't call it phantom stock proceeds. At this point, I'm officially out of my realm.
We need to find a way to compensate ourselves additionally from the business in a legal manner, but we're completely lost for where to begin. We're considering bonuses based on KPI incentives, but we're looking for additional avenues. Do we look for a new lawyer? Do we sign the 10% agreement knowing we have a side deal going on at the same time with the same party? We're in a situation where two parties have reached a happy agreement, and yet unable to move forward.
I'd take any and all advice; I'm digging deep.
Thanks all in advance!
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2022.01.18 14:00 aLaserCat Important advanced channel settings are missing in YouTube Studio (including channel recommendations)
I realized that a lot of settings in YouTube Studio are missing for me. When I click "Settings" in the left sidebar of YouTube Studio, a box pops up. The box has a sidebar with a section called "Channel". I clicked it and then navigated to the "Advanced settings" and scrolled to the bottom. In the section "Other settings", there are only two buttons:
2022.01.18 14:00 scgwatch True
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2022.01.18 14:00 Bartman326 Time to bring back "Breaking News" in regards to today's news.