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2010.06.05 06:13 murderous_rage The middle of Okanagan Lake

A place for people interested in Kelowna, BC, Canada and the surrounding region.
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If you live in Fort Wayne, plan to move or visit, or just want to keep tabs on the city you used to call home: all are welcome here!
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The Calcium Reddit
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2023.06.03 17:22 RaptureOfDarkness [WTS][ON] spring cleaning- VFC VP9, FMG9 kit, optics, misc parts, gear, and accessories

gear stuff
FMA maritime helmet L/XL package, $90 for the lot, or see individual prices below
Aegis FMG-9 kit, LNIB $630 SHIPPED I got Magpul trades lasered on the grip but it's not to my liking so I'm selling as is.
original slide and barrel for TM G18C only $30
original trigger $10
Guns Modify aluminum trigger $25
Guarder G26 steel barrel $40
Guarder G26 steel slide stop $10
WE G18C hammer assembly $30
Marui G17/18C frame rail $20
VFC VP9 stuff, $250 for everything, or see individual prices below
A bunch of aftermarket parts and duplicates. I have the following but not limited to:
T1 red dot with lens caps. One with high rise mount, one with low rise and offset mount $40 ea
GHK M4 high power nozzle BNIB $25
SureFire M600DF Scout Light FDE without ir filters) (BNIB) $60
INVG mount (metal, FDE) $50
Detonator Glock 18 "Cobra" slide and barrel set (sights and internals not included) $130
APS CO2 extended magazine for Glock $30
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2023.06.03 17:21 FeeAutomatic2290 How I lit $300 on fire

How I lit $300 on fire
First try at a hobby box. Anyone in the market for any common Zhou Guanyu rookie cards? πŸ˜‚
Back to overpaying for singles!
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2023.06.03 13:39 Then_Marionberry_259 FEB 28, 2023 DEC.V DECADE RESOURCES: DRILL PERMIT RECEIVED FOR HIGH GRADE GOLD-COPPER RED CLIFF PROJECT

FEB 28, 2023 DEC.V DECADE RESOURCES: DRILL PERMIT RECEIVED FOR HIGH GRADE GOLD-COPPER RED CLIFF PROJECT
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Stewart, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - February 28, 2023) - Decade Resources Ltd (TSXV: DEC) ("Decade") reports that a 5 year drill permit has been received from the BC Ministry of Mines for an exploration program on the Red Cliff property located in the "Golden Triangle" area. Decade owns a 65 % interest in the project and is the project manager. Exploration to date indicates that the Red Cliff property hosts a large mineralized system that has been traced for several kilometres. Drilling will be aimed at: checking for extensions of the copper rich Red Cliff zone as well as extending the Montrose gold-copper zone. Over 1 kilometre of strike length that is overburden obscured has not been tested between the 2 zones, in addition the zones remain open to depths beyond 600 m.
To date, gold bearing mineralization has been identified over 2 km of strike length with the Red Cliff zone to the south and the Montrose zone to the north. The Montrose, Lower Montrose and Waterpump zones are considered to be one zone that has been displaced by faulting. Also, within the Montrose zone, faulting appears to have resulted in repeat sections of mineralization. As well, there appears to be a wide mineralized splay that strikes SW from the main Montrose zone, resulting in wide target areas that are gold bearing over 50 m of width. From the Waterpump zone to the north end of the identified Montrose zone, mineralization extends to over 600 m of strike length and at least 600 m of depth and is open along strike and depth. It extends from the ridge top hosting the Montrose zone at 725 m elevation to 125m elevation as shown by DDDH-12-11. Width of the gold bearing zone varies from 5 to 40 m with an average of 22 m.
The geological and surface sampling work carried out in historic exploration indicates that the mineralization within the Montrose area is complex and may consist of several zones within a wide interval of altered rocks. It is associated with a zone of latite intrusives that have highly altered the adjoining country rock so that contacts are obscure. Fine grained pyrite is present throughout the mineralized zones in amounts from 1-10 %. Later veining within the intrusive and contact areas consists of zones of sphalerite-galena-minor chalcopyrite veinlets. Fine visible gold is commonly noted in these veinlets. A later stage of chalcopyrite-pyrite -quartz veins are present along the west side of the mineralized zone. Coarse visible gold is commonly present in the later mineralization. The Montrose zone is an north-south trending zone that has cross-cutting veins from to 2 m to 5 wide that trend east-west for at least 25 metres into the wall zones. Within the Lower Montrose portion of the Montrose, massive sulphide veins up to 2.5 m wide had reported assays up to 270 g/t gold while 25 m east, sampling had shown assays up to 49 g/t gold over 0.5 m. This is historic sampling which has not been verified by the Company. It is used for reference purposes.
Drilling in 2023 will be aimed at defining zones of near surface high grade gold-copper for a potential 10,000 tonne bulk test in the Upper Montrose area. Drilling will further test the area of drill shown below:
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Drilling will also test at depth around DDH-2017-5 on the Upper Montrose zone with 2017 drilling assays shown below:
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At the south end of the large mineralized system on the Red Cliff portion, previous drill results are summarized that need follow up as follows:
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Due to the low elevations on the project, the Company plans to start in late April or early May. The Company will be finalizing the work program with its joint venture partner in the next few weeks.
Ed. Kruchkowski, P. Geo., a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101, is in charge of the exploration programs on behalf of the Company and is responsible for the contents of this release. E. Kruchkowski is not independent of Decade as he is the president of the Company.
Decade Resources Ltd. is a Canadian based mineral exploration company actively seeking opportunities in the resource sector. Decade holds numerous properties at various stages of development and exploration from basic grass roots to advanced ones. Its properties and projects are all located in the "Golden Triangle" area of northern British Columbia. For a complete listing of the Company assets and developments, visit the Company website at www.decaderesources.ca which is presently being updated. For investor information please call 250-636-2264 or Gary Assaly at 604-377-7969.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DECADE RESOURCES LTD.
"Ed Kruchkowski" Ed Kruchkowski, President
"Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX\*Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release."*
"This news release may contain forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements address future events andconditions and therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those currentlyanticipated in such statements."
To view the source version of this press release, please visit https://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/156429

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2023.06.03 13:28 Then_Marionberry_259 DEC.V DECADE RESOURCES LTD.

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Company Information

Last Updated JUN 03, 2023 07:29 EDT
Name [DECADE RESOURCES LTD.]()
Category GOLD
Exchange VAN
Type EQUITY
Shares O/S 70,751,696
Shares Float 57,406,337
Insiders pct Held 17.9%
Website https://decaderesources.ca

Business Summary

Decade Resources Ltd., an exploration stage company, engages in the acquisition, exploration, and evaluation of mineral properties in Canada. The company holds a 65% interest in the Red Cliff property in north of Stewart, British Columbia; a 100% interest in the Goat property that consists of 8 claims totaling 1210.40 hectares located in British Columbia; and an option to earn a 100% interest in the Terrace property covering 48 contiguous mineral claims situated in British Columbia. It also holds an option agreement to acquire up to 75% interest in the Del Norte property comprising 5,830.16 hectares in 13 separate claims located in east British Columbia; and a 100% interest in the Grassy property that contains approximately 830.20 hectares in 2 separate claims situated in north of Stewart, British Columbia. In addition, the company holds interests in the Premier East property, which includes approximately 600 hectares in 7 separate claims located in British Columbia; and an option agreement to acquire up to 75% interest in the Lord Nelson property comprising of 2630 hectares in 6 separate claims situated in British Columbia. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is headquartered in Stewart, Canada.

Press Release Discussions

DATE PRESS RELEASES
FEB 28, 2023 DECADE RESOURCES: DRILL PERMIT RECEIVED FOR HIGH GRADE GOLD-COPPER RED CLIFF PROJECT
SEP 06, 2022 DECADE ANNOUNCES NON-BROKERED PRIVATE PLACEMENT
JUL 06, 2022 DECADE ANNOUNCES EFFECTIVE DATE OF SHARE CONSOLIDATION
JUN 13, 2022 DECADE ANNOUNCES SHARE CONSOLIDATION AND FINANCING
JAN 18, 2022 DECADE'S DRILLING AT DEL NORTE INDICATES 37.50 G/T AU EQ OVER 7.01 M
SEP 21, 2021 DRILLING INTERSECTS NATIVE GOLD IN DRILLING ON HOLES DDH-DN-21-14 TO 16 ON THE ARGO/LG ZONES AT THE DEL NORTE PROPERTY, GOLDEN TRIANGLE, BC
SEP 16, 2021 DECADE ANNOUNCES CLOSING OF NON-BROKERED PRIVATE PLACEMENT OF FLOW-THROUGH AND NON-FLOW-THROUGH UNITS
SEP 07, 2021 DECADE INCREASES AMOUNT OF NON-BROKERED PRIVATE PLACEMENT OF FLOW-THROUGH AND NON-FLOW-THROUGH UNITS
AUG 26, 2021 DECADE'S DRILLING INTERSECTS FURTHER NATIVE SILVER, ACANTHITE (SILVER SULPHIDE) AND NATIVE GOLD IN DDH-DN-21-12 ON THEARGO/LG ZONES AT DEL NORTE PROPERTY, GOLDEN TRIANGLE, BC
AUG 18, 2021 DECADE'S DRILLING INTERSECTS NATIVE SILVER, ACANTHITE (SILVER SULPHIDE) AND NATIVE GOLD IN ARGO/LG ZONES AT DEL NORTE PROPERTY, GOLDEN TRIANGLE, BC
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2023.06.03 09:55 First-Welder-1821 Is this legal? Am I reading it correctly? Employer can terminate the employee, even after the standard 3 month probation period?

So my wife has just been offered a job by and while reading through their lengthy job offer form, she found this section to be a bit peculiar, it reads:
  1. TERMINATION:
a. For the first three months your employment will be probationary. During the
probation period, your employment may be terminated at any time with or
without cause and without advance warning, notice or compensation,
except as may be required under Employment Standards.
b. After successful completion of the probationary period, the Company shall
be entitled to terminate your employment for cause at any time without
notice or payment of compensation in lieu.
a. In addition, after completion of the probationary period, the Company may
terminate your employment at any time without cause on providing you with
the greater of (i) or (ii) below:
i. such minimum written notice or compensation in lieu, including
benefit continuation and, if applicable, severance pay and any other
entitlement, as is required under the ESA; or
ii. such minimum written notice or compensation in lieu (in accordance
to ESA) plus an additional one (1) week for every completed
consecutive year of employment, to an overall maximum of 26 weeks
plus, if applicable, statutory severance pay. At its option, the
Company may pay compensation in lieu of such notice calculated as
required under the ESA and provide only such benefit continuation
as is required under the ESA. Where compensation in lieu of notice
under this sub-clause is payable in excess of ESA minimum pay in
lieu of notice, such excess shall count against entitlement to statutory
severance pay, if any. The duty to mitigate shall apply in respect of
compensation in lieu of notice payable in excess of ESA minimums.
You agree to sign a release of all claims arising out of such
termination under this sub-clause in return for payment of any
compensation in lieu of notice paid in excess of ESA entitlements.
You expressly agree that the foregoing shall be in full satisfaction of all
entitlements you may have on such termination under contract or common
law, including entitlement to reasonable notice.
c. You agree to provide 2 weeks’ written notice of your resignation.
d. In the event you are unable to carry out substantially all your duties as an
employee for a continuous period of six months or for periods cumulatively
exceeding six months in any 12-month period, the Company may, at its
option, deem your employment to be terminated without any requirement
that notice or compensation be provided by the Company. You will, of
course, remain eligible for any disability benefits for which you may be
qualified. You agree this represents reasonable accommodation of such
absence if due to disability.
e. You acknowledge that all items of any and every nature or kind created or
used by you in your employment with the Company or furnished by
Company to you, including, without limitation, all equipment, automobiles,
credit or gas cards, books, records, reports, files, memory sticks, CD's,
DVD's, manuals, literature, Confidential Information or other materials, will
remain and be considered the exclusive property of at all times
and will be surrendered to the Company, in good condition, promptly at
the request of the Company or on the termination of your employment with
the Company. You hereby authorize the Company to deduct from any
amounts otherwise owing to you the reasonable value of any of the
Company’s property not returned or lost or damaged due to your
negligence, as well as any unearned amounts such as unearned vacation
pay advanced to you.
I understand the standard three month probation period, but it seems like they can just fire her for no reason at any time with no notice while she still has to give the standard 2 weeks notice? Is this legal?
We both have a hard time actually understanding this kind of legal jargon... so maybe we've just misinterpreted it?
She is an excellent worker and really has no reason to worry about getting fired for anything of her own doing. It just seems like a red flag for the employer to have so much control. Is this a (new) standard? Thanks for any info on this.
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2023.06.03 05:46 VietRooster New Music Friday: June 2nd/May 26th, 2023

New Music Friday is the weekly thread dedicated to cataloging all the Album/EP releases that came out this week, including non-subreddit relevant releases. This is also a great place to discuss these albums, or bring to attention other albums released this week.
❓ "this seems intriguing after a cursory look"
⭐ "im interested in this for one reason or another"
❀️ "ive been waiting for weeks, months/i'm absolutely in love with this"

June 2nd

⭐ Protomartyr - Formal Growth in the Desert
Label: Domino
Genre: Post-Punk, Art Punk, Gothic Rock
Beach Fossils - Bunny
Label: Bayonet
Genre: Indie Pop, Jangle Pop, Dream Pop
❓ Bully - Lucky for You
Label: Sub Pop
Genre: Indie Rock, Noise Pop, Post-Grunge
⭐ Pupil Slicer - Blossom
Label: Prosthetic
Genre: Mathcore, Post-Hardcore, Blackgaze
Body Type - Expired Candy
Label: n/a
Genre: Indie Rock, Post-Punk
❓ KNOWER - KNOWER FOREVER
Label: n/a
Genre: Jazz-Funk, Synth Funk, Art Pop
RVG - Brain Worms
Label: Fire
Genre: Indie Rock, Jangle Pop
Baxter Dury - I Thought I Was Better Than You
Label: Heavenly
Genre: Art Pop, Indie Pop, UK Hip Hop
Ben Folds - What Matters Most
Label: New West
Genre: Piano Rock, Pop Rock, Singer-songwriter
Jake Shears (ex-Scissor Sisters) - Last Man Dancing
Label: Mute
Genre: Pop, Pop Rock
Lanterns On The Lake - Versions Of Us
Label: Bella Union
Genre: Dream Pop, Chamber Pop, Indie Pop
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Council Skies
Label: n/a
Genre: Post-Britpop, Chamber Pop, Post-Punk Revival
FRANKIIE - Between Dreams
Label: Paper Bag
Genre: Indie Pop
Generationals - Heatherhead
Label: Polyvinyl
Genre: Indie Pop, Bedroom Pop, Electropop
Anthony Naples - orbs
Label: ANS
Genre: Ambient Techno, Downtempo, Neo-Psychedelia
Purr - Who Is Afraid Of Blue?
Label: ANTI-
Genre: Psychedelic Pop, Indie Pop
❓ Half Moon Run - Salt
Label: BMG
Genre: Indie Rock, Indie Folk, Folk Rock
Sam Blasucci - Off My Stars
Label: Innovative Leisure
Genre: Indie Pop, Singer-songwriter
❓ Gorgeous - Sapsucker
Label: n/a
Genre: Experimental Rock
Vulfmon - Vulfnik
Label: Vulf
Genre: Pop Soul, Jazz-Funk
Gula Blend - Allt har hΓ€nt
Label: Rama Lama
Genre: Surf Rock, Garage Punk
Gal Pal - This and Other Gestures
Label: Youth Riot
Genre: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock
❓ Lost Under Heaven - Something is Announced By Your Life!
Label: n/a
Genre: Art Pop, Indietronica
De Staat - Red / Yellow / Blue
Label: n/a
Genre: Alternative Rock, Dance-Punk
The Aquadolls - Charmed
Label: Enci
Genre: Surf Rock, Indie Surf, Indie Rock
Rancid - Tomorrow Never Comes
Label: Epitaph
Genre: Punk Rock
**Kildas - No Harmony
Label: n/a
Genre: Progressive Rock, Jazz-Rock
WITCH - Zango
Label: Partisan
Genre: Zamrock, Acid Rock
Louise Post - Sleepwalker
Label: n/a
Genre: Indie Rock, Indie Pop
⭐ Tigercub - The Perfume of Decay
Label: Loosegroove
Genre: Alternative Rock, Stoner Rock, Garage Rock
Sorry Girls - Bravo!
Label: Arbutus
Genre: Pop Rock
McKinley Dixon - Beloved! Paradise! Jazz!?
Label: City Slang
Genre: Jazz Rap, Conscious Hip Hop, Neo-Soul
❓ DZ Deathrays - R.I.F.F.
Label: n/a
Genre: Alternative Rock, Garage Rock Revival
Ben Harper - WIDE OPEN LIGHT
Label: Chrysalis
Genre: Singer-songwriter, Folk Rock
OLTH - every day is sOmeOne's speciaL day
Label: n/a
Genre: Screamo, Metalcore, Emoviolence
MILLY - The Freed Milly (EP)
Label: n/a
Genre: Shoegaze, Indie Rock, Noise Pop
❓ Public Phone School - Public Phone School
Label: n/a
Genre: Noise Rock, Powerviolence, Synth Punk
Kiltro - Underbelly
Label: n/a
Genre: Psychedelic Folk, Indie Folk, Latin Alternative
Speakers Corner Quartet - Further Out Than The Edge
Label: n/a
Genre: Jazz
Brandt Brauer Frick - Multi Faith Prayer Room
Label: Because
Genre: Minimal Techno, IDM, Electroacoustic, Nu Jazz
The Stools - R U Saved?
Label: Feel It
Genre: Punk Rock, Garage Rock
❓ Levyosn - Levyosn's Lullaby
Label: Borscht Beat
Genre: Folksong, Acoustic, Klezmer
Wire Crimes - The Impermanence of Things (EP)
Label: n/a
Genre: Indie
Jelly Kelly - Warm Water (EP)
Label: n/a
Genre: Pop Punk, Indie Rock
Monika Linkyte - HEALING
Label: n/a
Genre: Pop Soul, Adult Contemporary
Trixie Mattel - Looking Good, Feeling Gorgeous (EP)
Label: n/a
Genre: Dance-Pop, Nu-Disco
Stray Kids - 5-STAR
Label: JYP
Genre: K-Pop, Trap, Pop Rap
CIL - Tears Dry On Their Own (EP)
Label: n/a
Genre: Pop
Big Time Rush - Another Life
Label: n/a
Genre: Pop, Dance-Pop
Elettra Lamborghini - Elettraton
Label: Island
Genre: ReggaetΓ³n
Sophie Ellis-Bextor - HANA
Label: Douglas Valentine
Genre: Pop Rock, Synthpop, Alternative Rock
The Aces - I've Loved You For So Long
Label: Red Bull
Genre: Pop Rock, New Wave
Dj Smokey - Nuked Out Dance Party
Label: n/a
Genre: Instrumental Hip Hop, Trap, Experimental Hip Hop
DaBoii & The Mekanix - Soakin Game
Label: n/a
Genre: West Coast Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap, Detroit Trap
J Billz & Pi'erre Bourne - Streetz Hottest Young'n
Label: n/a
Genre: Trap
Moneybagg Yo - Hard to Love
Label: Cocaine
Genre: Southern Hip Hop, Trap, Pop Rap
Metro Boomin - METRO BOOMIN PRESENTS SPIDER-MAN: ACROSS THE SPIDER-VERSE (SOUNDTRACK FROM AND INSPIRED BY THE MOTION PICTURE)
Label: n/a
Genre: Film Soundtrack, Trap, Pop Rap
❓ Ghais Guevara - Goyard Comin': Exordium
Label: n/a
Genre: Hardcore Hip Hop, East Coast Hip Hop, Experimental Hip Hop
⭐ Avenged Sevenfold - Life is But A Dream...
Label: Warner
Genre: Avant-Garde Metal, Progressive Metal, Metal Metal Metal Metal
Bongzilla - Dab City
Label: Heavy Psych
Genre: Stoner Doom Jams
❓ Girls Under Glass - Backdraft
Label: n/a
Genre: Gothic Rock, Industrial Rock, EBM
Omnium Gatherum - Slasher (EP)
Label: Century Media
Genre: Melodic Death Metal
⭐ Rival Sons - DARKFIGHTER
Label: Atlantic
Genre: Hard Rock, Blues Rock
BURNT SKULL - Daylight Mutilation
Label: n/a
Genre: Noise Rock
❓ IUSA - ABANDON
Label: n/a
Genre: Blackened Sludge, Post-Metal
Einar Solberg - 16
Label: InsideOut
Genre: Symphonic Rock, Progressive Rock, Art Pop
Foo Fighters - But Here We Are
Label: Roswell
Genre: Alternative Rock, Power Pop, Shoegaze
❓ Messiahvore - TRANSVERSE
Label: n/a
Genre: Stoner Metal
Red Cain - Nae'Bliss
Label: n/a
Genre: Progressive Metal, Alternative Metal
Risin Sabotage - MACABRE
Label: Interstellar Space
Genre: Psychedelic Rock
Saint Karloff - Paleolithic War Crimes
Label: n/a
Genre: Stoner Metal
To Descend - Mindless Birth (EP)
Label: HPGD
Genre: Horror Pain Gore Death Metal
⭐ Unfurl - Ascension
Label: n/a
Genre: Sludge Metal, Mathcore, Dissonant Hell
Wytch Hazel - IV: Sacrament
Label: n/a
Genre: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock

May 26th

Sparks - The Girl Is Crying in Her Latte
Label: Island
Genre: Art Pop, Synthpop, Progressive Pop
Miya Folick - ROACH
Label: Nettwerk
Genre: Indie Pop, Alt-Pop
❓ Water From Your Eyes - Everyone's Crushed
Label: Matador
Genre: Experimental Rock, Art Pop, Post-Industrial, Dance-Punk
Kevin Morby - More Photographs (A Continuum)
Label: Dead Oceans
Genre: Folk Rock, Singer-songwriter, Indie Folk
Arlo Parks - My Soft Machine
Label: Transgressive
Genre: Bedroom Pop, Alt-Pop
Saya Gray - QWERTY (EP)
Label: Dirty Hit
Genre: Psychedelic Folk, Indie Folk
Bayonne - Temporary Time
Label: Rough Trade
Genre: Indietronica, Indie Pop, Ambient Pop
Gia Margaret - Romantic Piano
Label: Jagjaguwar
Genre: Ambient, Field Recordings
Shirley Collins - Archangel Hill
Label: Domino
Genre: English Folk Music, Traditional Folk Music
Boy & Bear - Boy & Bear
Label: n/a
Genre: Folk Rock, Indie Rock, Indie Folk
❀️ Phoxjaw - notverynicecream
Label: Hassle
Genre: Alternative Rock, Post-Hardcore, Noise Rock, Alternative Metal
❓ Stuck - Freak Frequency
Label: Born Yesterday
Genre: Post-Punk, Art Punk, Post-Hardcore
The Orielles - The Goyt Method (EP)
Label: Heavenly
Genre: Space Age Pop Drones
AJJ - Disposable Everything
Label: Hopeless
Genre: Indie Rock, Indie Folk, Chamber Pop, Anti-Folk
⭐ Clark - Sus Dog
Label: Throttle
Genre: Art Pop, Electronic, Ambient Pop, Progressive Electronic
Demob Happy - Divine Machines
Label: Liberator
Genre: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Panic Pocket - Mad Half Hour
Label: Skep Wax
Genre: Indie Rock, Power Pop
❓ Stimmerman - Undertaking
Label: n/a
Genre: Art Rock, Noise Grunge
❓ Miranda and the Beat - Miranda and the Beat
Label: Ernest Jenning Record Co.
Genre: 60's garage rock/soul
Yuksek - Dance'O'Drome
Label: Partyfine
Genre: Nu-Disco, Balearic Beat, Dance-Pop
Miss EspaΓ±a - Niebla Mental
Label: n/a
Genre: new-nowave, punky synthwave, riot grrrl
⭐ Victory Over The Sun - Dance You Monster To My Soft Song!
Label: n/a
Genre: Black Metal, Avant-Garde Metal, Progressive Metal
Jacuzzi Boys - Glue (EP)
Label: n/a
Genre: Garage Rock, Indie Rock
❓ Twin Princess - Blood Moon
Label: n/a
Genre: Alternative Pop, Doom Country, Indie Rock
Moon Blue - The Moonlight Disco (EP)
Label: 777
Genre: Indie Pop, Lo-Fi Indie
The Dandy Warhols - The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald (EP)
Label: n/a
Genre: Neo-Psychedelia, Post-Rock, Ambient Pop
Radiator Hospital - Can't Make Any Promises
Label: n/a
Genre: Indie Rock, Power Pop
quickly, quickly - Easy Listening (EP)
Label: Ghostly
Genre: Jazz Fusion, Neo-Soul
Nate Schieble - plume
Label: n/a
Genre: Ambient
M. Sage - Paradise Crick
Label: Rvng
Genre: Ambient, ECM Style Jazz, Progressive Electronic
Divine Sweater - Down Deep (A Nautical Apocalypse)
Label: Better Company
Genre: Indie Pop, Sophisti-Pop, Chamber Pop
Chris Staples - Cloud Souvenirs
Label: n/a
Genre: Indie Folk, Singer-songwriter
Kassi Valazza - Kassi Valazza Knows Nothing
Label: Fluff & Gravy
Genre: Americana, Singer-songwriter, Progressive Country
RF Shannon - Red Swan in Palmetto
Label: Keeled Scales
Genre: Neo-Psychedelia, Americana
sophie meiers - shine__space
Label: Epitaph
Genre: Bedroom Pop, Alternative R&B
Crucchi Gang - Fellini
Label: Universal
Genre: Indie Pop
The Dirty Nil - Free Rein To Passions
Label: Dine Alone
Genre: Pop Punk, Garage Punk
Daniel Blumberg - GUT
Label: Mute
Genre: Singer-songwriter, Experimental, Art Rock
DaΓ°i Freyr - I'm Still Making An Album 2/3
Label: AWAL
Genre: Funktronica, Dance-Pop, Synthpop
Dev Lemons - Delusional (EP)
Label: n/a
Genre: Alt-Pop, Indietronica, Bedroom Pop
⭐ JAAW - SUPERCLUSTER
Label: Svart
Genre: Industrial Metal, Noise Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Westelaken - I am Steaming Mushrooms
Label: n/a
Genre: Indie Rock, Alt-Country
Marco Mengoni - MATERIA (PRISMA)
Label: Epic
Genre: Pop, Adult Contemporary, Pop Rock
Matchbox Twenty - Where The Light Goes
Label: Atlantic
Genre: Pop Rock
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2023.06.02 18:48 ogstabhappytwitch I asked for a spice list from chatgpt, this is what it gave me

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You are a chef, spice and herb expert and culinary Master. I want you to list, organize and explain every spice and herb in existence Categorically based on location of origin. Including rare and exotic spices and herbs as well as common house hold versions. I want this list to contain every spice and herb in existence with a 2 sentence explanation about the herb and spices
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As an AI text-based model, I can certainly provide you with a comprehensive list of spices and herbs based on their location of origin, along with brief explanations. However, please note that it's virtually impossible to capture every single spice and herb in existence in a single list, as new ones are discovered or created over time. Nevertheless, I will include a wide range of common, rare, and exotic spices and herbs for your reference. Here is the list organized by location:
Indian Subcontinent:
Turmeric: A vibrant yellow spice with a warm and earthy flavor, commonly used in curries and known for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Cardamom: A fragrant spice with a sweet and citrusy taste, used in both sweet and savory dishes, known for its digestive benefits.
Cumin: A pungent spice with a warm and nutty flavor, widely used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines, and known for its aid in digestion.
Mediterranean:
Oregano: A robust herb with a peppery and slightly bitter taste, often used in Italian and Greek dishes, particularly in tomato-based sauces and on pizza.
Rosemary: A fragrant herb with a pine-like aroma and a slightly bitter flavor, commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine, especially with roasted meats and potatoes.
Saffron: A highly prized spice derived from the dried stigmas of crocus flowers, it has a distinct floral aroma and imparts a rich golden color to dishes, often used in paella and risotto.
East Asia:
Ginger: A zesty and aromatic root with a warm and slightly spicy flavor, widely used in Asian cuisines, known for its digestive and anti-inflammatory properties.
Star anise: A star-shaped spice with a licorice-like flavor, used in Chinese cuisine and commonly found in five-spice powder and various soups and braised dishes.
Lemongrass: A citrusy and refreshing herb with a delicate flavor, commonly used in Thai and Vietnamese cuisines, especially in soups, curries, and teas.
Middle East:
Sumac: A tangy and slightly fruity spice with a deep red color, often used in Middle Eastern cuisine as a flavor enhancer for salads, meats, and rice dishes.
Za'atar: A blend of dried herbs including thyme, oregano, and sumac, mixed with sesame seeds and salt, commonly used in Middle Eastern cooking as a seasoning for bread, meats, and vegetables.
Baharat: A spice blend consisting of warm spices like black pepper, cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves, used in Middle Eastern dishes, particularly in meat preparations and rice dishes.
South America:
Aji amarillo: A bright yellow chili pepper with a fruity and slightly floral flavor, commonly used in Peruvian cuisine to add heat and depth to various dishes, such as ceviche and sauces.
Cilantro: An herb with a distinct and refreshing flavor, often used in Mexican and Latin American cuisines, particularly in salsas, guacamole, and as a garnish.
Annatto: A reddish-orange spice derived from the seeds of the achiote tree, used in Latin American cuisines for its vibrant color and mild peppery flavor, commonly found in dishes like rice, stews, and marinades.
Africa:
Harissa: A fiery chili paste made from roasted red peppers, spices, and herbs, commonly used in North African cuisine as a condiment or flavoring agent for soups, stews, and grilled meats.
Berbere: An aromatic spice blend containing chili peppers, ginger, garlic, and various other spices, widely used in Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisines to flavor stews and sauces.
Grains of paradise: A peppery and slightly citrusy spice similar to black pepper, native to West Africa, used to season meats, soups, and spice blends.
Please note that this list is by no means exhaustive, but it provides a glimpse into the diverse array of spices and herbs found across different regions.
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I want this to be an exhaustive list of all known spices and herbs including rare and expensive ingredients. Do not spare a single detail, and use all your resources to compile this list.
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I apologize for the confusion, but compiling an exhaustive list of all known spices and herbs, including rare and expensive ingredients, would be an enormous task that goes beyond the scope of this text-based conversation. There are thousands of spices and herbs used in various culinary traditions worldwide, and the knowledge of such ingredients is continually expanding and evolving.
Additionally, it's important to note that spices and herbs can vary in their availability depending on factors such as seasonality, cultivation, and regional accessibility. Some rare and expensive ingredients may be difficult to source or may only be found in specific regions or markets.
However, I can provide you with a more comprehensive list of spices and herbs from various regions to broaden your understanding of the vast range of culinary ingredients. Please let me know if you'd like me to proceed with that approach.
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Lidt at least 150 rare spices and herbs including and not limited to house hold varieties as well as lesser known herbs and spices
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Certainly! Here is a list of 150 rare spices and herbs, including both household varieties and lesser-known ingredients:
Grains of Paradise: A peppery spice with citrusy undertones, resembling black pepper.
Ajowan: A pungent spice with a thyme-like flavor, commonly used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines.
Asafoetida: A strong-smelling spice with a savory flavor, used as a flavor enhancer in Indian and Middle Eastern cooking.
Epazote: A Mexican herb with a strong, earthy flavor, often used in bean dishes and salsas.
Long Pepper: A spice resembling black peppercorns but with a more complex and subtle flavor.
Mace: The dried outer covering of nutmeg, with a warm and aromatic flavor used in both sweet and savory dishes.
Cubeb Pepper: A spice with a peppery and slightly sweet flavor, often used in Indonesian and North African cuisines.
Grains of Selim: An African spice with a smoky and slightly bitter flavor, used in West African dishes.
Sarawak Pepper: A high-quality black pepper variety from Malaysia, known for its strong aroma and fruity undertones.
Juniper Berries: Small, blue berries with a pine-like flavor, commonly used in Scandinavian and Northern European cuisines.
Shiso: A Japanese herb with a unique flavor profile that combines mint, basil, and citrus notes.
Nigella Seeds: Tiny black seeds with a nutty and slightly bitter taste, often used in Indian and Middle Eastern cooking.
Lovage: A perennial herb with a flavor reminiscent of celery and parsley, used as a seasoning and in soups.
Sichuan Pepper: A spice with a citrusy and numbing effect, commonly used in Chinese cuisine, particularly in Sichuan dishes.
Epice du Cru: A French spice blend consisting of various aromatic herbs and spices, often used in French cooking.
Grains of Heaven: A spice similar to cardamom but with a more pungent and resinous flavor, native to West Africa.
Kaffir Lime Leaves: Fragrant leaves with a citrusy flavor, commonly used in Thai and Southeast Asian cuisines.
Anise Hyssop: A herb with a licorice-like flavor, often used in teas, desserts, and savory dishes.
Mahlab: Ground cherry pits with a sweet and nutty flavor, used in Middle Eastern baked goods.
Voatsiperifery Pepper: A rare and wild pepper variety from Madagascar, known for its complex and fruity taste.
Saffron Crocus: The flower stigmas used to produce saffron, one of the most expensive spices in the world, prized for its vibrant color and delicate flavor.
Schinus Molle: Also known as Pink Peppercorns, these berries have a sweet and mildly spicy flavor, often used in gourmet dishes.
Chervil: A delicate herb with a mild anise-like flavor, used in French cuisine, particularly in salads and egg dishes.
Tasmanian Pepperberry: Native to Australia, these berries have a unique, fruity, and spicy flavor, often used in spice blends and marinades.
Grains of Selim: A spice with a smoky and mildly hot flavor, used in West African cuisine to season meats, soups, and stews.
Angelica: A fragrant herb with a musky and bitter flavor, commonly used in Scandinavian and Eastern European cuisines.
Pandan Leaves: Fragrant leaves used in Southeast Asian cooking to add aroma and flavor to desserts and rice dishes.
Black Garlic: Fermented garlic with a soft and sweet flavor, often used as a gourmet ingredient in various cuisines.
Vietnamese Balm: An herb with a citrusy and minty flavor, commonly used in Vietnamese cooking in salads and soups.
Japanese Knotweed: A tart and tangy herb used in jams, pies, and sauces, resembling the flavor of rhubarb.
Perilla: A herb with a unique flavor profile, combining mint, basil, and anise notes, commonly used in Korean and Japanese cuisines.
Tasmanian Pepperleaf: The leaves of this native Australian plant have a spicy and peppery flavor, used to season meats and seafood.
Sweet Cicely: An herb with a sweet and anise-like flavor, often used in desserts and as a natural sweetener.
Grains of Paradise: A West African spice with a warm and peppery flavor, commonly used in spiced beers and ales.
Lemon Verbena: A fragrant herb with a strong lemon flavor, used to add citrusy notes to teas, desserts, and sauces.
Culantro: An herb with a pungent and strong flavor, often used in Latin American and Caribbean cuisines.
Black Salt: Also known as Kala Namak, this Indian salt has a sulfurous and eggy flavor, used in vegan dishes to mimic the taste of eggs.
Sweet Woodruff: An herb with a sweet and earthy flavor, often used to flavor drinks, desserts, and jellies.
Peruvian Black Mint: An herb with a strong and minty flavor, commonly used in Peruvian cooking, especially in ceviche.
Blue Fenugreek: A spice with a smoky and slightly bitter flavor, used in Georgian cuisine to season meats and stews.
Chinese Five Spice: A blend of five spicesβ€”star anise, cloves, Chinese cinnamon, Sichuan pepper, and fennel seedsβ€”used in Chinese cuisine for a balanced flavor.
Hyssop: An aromatic herb with a minty and slightly bitter taste, often used in teas, liqueurs, and Mediterranean dishes.
Sansho Pepper: A Japanese spice with a citrusy and numbing effect, commonly used in Japanese cuisine, particularly in grilled dishes and noodles.
Barberry: Tangy berries used as a souring agent in Iranian and Middle Eastern cuisines, often added to rice dishes and stews.
Sichuan Button: A flower bud with a tingling and numbing sensation, used to add a unique sensory experience to dishes and cocktails.
Galangal: A rhizome with a spicy and citrusy flavor, commonly used in Southeast Asian cooking, particularly in curries and stir-fries.
Elderflower: Fragrant flowers used to add a floral aroma to drinks, desserts, and syrups.
Lovage Seeds: Seeds with a strong flavor reminiscent of celery and anise, used to season soups, stews, and pickles.
Wattleseed: Ground seeds of Australian Acacia plants, with a nutty and roasted flavor, often used in baked goods and sauces.
Curry Leaves: Fragrant leaves used in South Indian and Sri Lankan cuisines to add aroma and flavor to curries and rice dishes.
Lemon Myrtle: An Australian herb with a strong lemon flavor, commonly used in desserts, sauces, and seafood dishes.
Tarragon: An herb with a subtle anise-like flavor, commonly used in French cuisine to season sauces, dressings, and poultry.
Vietnamese Mint: An herb with a peppery and citrusy flavor, often used in Vietnamese cuisine in salads, soups, and spring rolls.
Rau Ram: A Vietnamese herb with a pungent and minty taste, used in salads, soups, and noodle dishes.
Sweetgrass: An herb with a sweet and vanilla-like aroma, often used in Native American cuisine for flavoring teas, desserts, and smudging ceremonies.
Peruvian Pink Salt: A gourmet salt with a delicate flavor and a blush-pink hue, often used as a finishing salt for enhancing the taste of dishes.
Red Shiso: A Japanese herb with a tangy and slightly spicy taste, commonly used to pickle plums and season sushi rice.
Lemon Balm: A herb with a lemony and minty flavor, often used in teas, desserts, and salads.
Thai Basil: An herb with a strong and slightly sweet flavor, commonly used in Thai cuisine, particularly in stir-fries, curries, and soups.
Salicornia: A sea vegetable with a crunchy texture and a salty flavor, often used in salads and seafood dishes.
Lemon Thyme: A herb with a citrusy and herbal flavor, commonly used as a seasoning for poultry, seafood, and vegetables.
Lovage Root: The root of the lovage plant, with a strong and aromatic flavor, used in soups, stews, and pickles.
Dragon's Breath: A chili pepper claimed to be one of the spiciest in the world, with an intense and long-lasting heat.
Carob: A sweet and chocolatey substitute for cocoa powder, often used in desserts and as a coffee substitute.
Chameleon Plant: An edible plant with a tart and slightly tangy taste, used in salads and stir-fries.
Epazote: A Mexican herb with a pungent and earthy flavor, often used in bean dishes, soups, and tamales.
Lemon Basil: An herb with a strong lemon flavor and aroma, often used in teas, desserts, and seafood dishes.
Chinese Mugwort: An herb used in traditional Chinese medicine and cooking for its aromatic and bitter properties.
Szechuan Peppercorn Oil: An oil infused with Szechuan peppercorns, used to add a numbing and spicy flavor to dishes.
Chinese Red Dates: Sweet and chewy dates used in Chinese cuisine for their natural sweetness and health benefits.
Rat Tail Radish: An Asian vegetable with long, slender pods that have a spicy and radish-like flavor, often used in stir-fries.
Black Cumin: Small black seeds with a smoky and nutty flavor, used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and North African cuisines.
Mexican Marigold: An herb with a pungent and floral flavor, often used in Mexican cooking, particularly in moles and stews.
Fingerroot: A ginger-like rhizome with a citrusy and spicy flavor, commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisines.
Longevity Spinach: A leafy green vegetable with a mild and slightly tangy taste, used in soups, stir-fries, and salads.
Cuban Oregano: An herb with a strong and pungent flavor, often used in Caribbean and Latin American cuisines.
Fish Mint: An herb with a strong fishy aroma and flavor, used in Vietnamese and Southeast Asian cuisines in salads and soups.
Black Sesame Seeds: Small seeds with a rich and nutty flavor, often used in Asian desserts, breads, and as a topping.
Blue Tansy: A flower with a herbal and slightly fruity aroma, used in herbal teas and as a natural coloring agent.
Red Bayberry: Small berries with a tart and sweet flavor, commonly used in Chinese and Taiwanese cuisines for jams and sauces.
Cuban Oregano: An herb with a pungent and savory flavor, commonly used in Caribbean and Latin American cuisines.
Wasabi Leaves: The leaves of the wasabi plant, with a similar flavor to wasabi root, often used in salads, sushi, and pickles.
Wild Fennel Pollen: The pollen of wild fennel flowers, with a sweet and aromatic flavor, used as a gourmet seasoning.
Mitsuba: A Japanese herb with a parsley-like flavor and a hint of celery, used in soups, salads, and as a garnish.
Samphire: A coastal plant with a salty and crispy texture, often used in salads, seafood dishes, and pickles.
Makhana: Also known as Fox Nuts, these are seeds with a light and crunchy texture, used in Indian sweets and snacks.
Chinese Artichoke: A root vegetable with a nutty and sweet flavor, often used in stir-fries, salads, and pickles.
Wintergreen: A minty herb with a cooling and refreshing flavor, often used in candies, gums, and herbal teas.
Mountain Pepper: Native to Australia, these berries have a hot and spicy flavor, often used in spice blends and sauces.
White Turmeric: A rhizome with a peppery and earthy flavor, used in Indonesian and Thai cuisines for curries and soups.
Thai Eggplant: Small eggplants with a slightly bitter and tangy taste, commonly used in Thai curries and stir-fries.
Chayote: A fruit with a mild and crisp texture, often used in salads, stir-fries, and soups.
Marjoram: An herb with a delicate and sweet flavor, often used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines.
Burdock Root: A root vegetable with a mild and earthy flavor, often used in stir-fries, soups, and teas.
Brazilian Peppertree: A plant with small red berries that have a spicy and peppery flavor, commonly used in Brazilian cuisine.
Tahitian Vanilla: Vanilla beans with a floral and fruity flavor, often used in desserts, baked goods, and beverages.
Grains of Paradise: A spice with a zesty and peppery flavor, commonly used in Scandinavian and African cuisines.
Vietnamese Coriander: An herb with a spicy and citrusy flavor, commonly used in Vietnamese and Southeast Asian cuisines.
Salal Berry: Small berries with a tart and slightly sweet flavor, often used in jams, pies, and desserts.
Jungle Pepper: A wild pepper variety from the Amazon rainforest, known for its hot and fruity taste.
Java Pepper: A rare and aromatic pepper variety from Indonesia, used to add a unique flavor to various dishes.
Red Perilla: A herb with a spicy and cinnamon-like flavor, often used in Korean and Japanese cuisines.
Ratanhia Root: A root used in herbal medicine and as a natural dye, with a bitter and astringent taste.
Honshimeji Mushroom: A delicate and flavorful mushroom used in Asian cuisines in soups, stir-fries, and hot pots.
Persian Cumin: A variety of cumin with a distinct aroma and flavor, commonly used in Persian and Middle Eastern cuisines.
Vietnamese Cinnamon: A type of cinnamon with a sweet and spicy flavor, commonly used in baking and desserts.
Ajwain Leaves: The leaves of the ajwain plant, with a pungent and thyme-like flavor, often used in Indian cooking.
Yamatoimo: A variety of Japanese yam with a slimy and starchy texture, commonly used in soups, stews, and pickles.
Black Cardamom: Larger and smokier than green cardamom, with a bold and aromatic flavor, often used in savory dishes and spice blends.
Japanese Pepper: A spice with a citrusy and peppery taste, commonly used in Japanese cuisine to season grilled meats and soups.
Moringa Leaves: Nutrient-rich leaves with a mild and slightly earthy flavor, often used in salads, soups, and smoothies.
Vietnamese Mint: An herb with a peppery and citrusy flavor, commonly used in Vietnamese cuisine in salads, soups, and spring rolls.
Japanese Mustard Greens: Leafy greens with a sharp and spicy flavor, often used in Japanese cuisine for pickling and stir-fries.
Wasabi Arugula: A leafy green with a peppery and wasabi-like taste, used in salads, sandwiches, and as a garnish.
Tasmanian Pepperleaf: The leaves of this native Australian plant have a spicy and peppery flavor, used to season meats and seafood.
Spanish Saffron: The stigmas of the saffron crocus, with a deep and floral flavor, often used in paella and risotto.
Stone Flower: A dried flower bud with a woody and earthy flavor, commonly used in Indian cuisine to add complexity to curries and biryanis.
Vietnamese Star Anise: A variety of star anise with a stronger and more pungent flavor, commonly used in Vietnamese dishes.
Hyssop: An aromatic herb with a minty and slightly bitter taste, often used in teas, liqueurs, and Mediterranean dishes.
Ajwain Seeds: Small seeds with a strong and pungent flavor, commonly used in Indian cooking to add a distinctive taste to breads and snacks.
White Sage: An herb with a strong and savory flavor, often used in Native American smudging ceremonies and as a culinary seasoning.
Karapulko: A South African herb with a bitter and medicinal taste, commonly used in traditional African dishes and teas.
Nance: Small yellow fruits with a tangy and tropical flavor, often used in Latin American desserts, sauces, and drinks.
Thyme-Scented Geranium: A geranium variety with a thyme-like fragrance, commonly used in teas, desserts, and potpourri.
Sarsaparilla: A root with a sweet and herbal flavor, commonly used in beverages and traditional herbal remedies.
Japanese Green Shiso: An herb with a minty and basil-like flavor, commonly used in Japanese cooking to season rice, sushi, and soups.
Voatsiperifery Pepper: A rare and wild pepper variety from Madagascar, known for its complex and fruity taste.
Quassia: A bitter herb used in herbal medicine and as a flavoring agent in bitters and liqueurs.
Lemon Ironbark: An Australian tree with leaves used to brew a lemony and herbal tea.
Fenugreek Leaves: Dried leaves with a slightly bitter and nutty flavor, commonly used in Indian and Middle Eastern cooking.
Calendula: Edible flowers with a mild and slightly spicy flavor, used in salads, soups, and as a natural food coloring.
Sichuan Peppercorn Oil: An oil infused with Sichuan peppercorns, used to add a numbing and spicy flavor to dishes.
Sawtooth Coriander: An herb with a cilantro-like taste but with a stronger and more citrusy flavor, commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisine.
Borage: Edible flowers and leaves with a cucumber-like flavor, often used in salads, teas, and cocktails.
Kudzu: A root starch with a mild and starchy taste, often used as a thickening agent in Asian cooking.
Herbes de Provence: A blend of dried herbs including thyme, lavender, rosemary, and oregano, commonly used in French cuisine.
Quinoa: A nutrient-rich pseudocereal with a nutty and slightly bitter flavor, commonly used as a rice substitute or in salads.
Wild Rice: A type of grass seed with a nutty and chewy texture, commonly used in pilafs, soups, and salads.
Cardamom Pods: Pods containing small black seeds with a sweet and floral flavor, often used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines.
Juniper Berries: Small berries with a piney and slightly citrusy flavor, commonly used in gin production and as a seasoning for game meat.
Camu Camu: A fruit with a tart and tangy taste, known for its high vitamin C content, often used in beverages and desserts.
Shiso Leaves: A herb with a distinctive flavor, combining mint, basil, and citrus notes, commonly used in Japanese and Korean cuisines.
Chervil: An herb with a delicate and slightly anise-like flavor, often used in French cooking as a garnish or in sauces.
Cubeb Pepper: Small berries with a spicy and peppery flavor, commonly used in Indonesian and North African cuisines.
Achiote: Also known as annatto, these seeds have a mild and earthy flavor, often used as a natural food coloring and in spice blends.
Ashwagandha: A medicinal herb with a slightly bitter and earthy taste, often used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine.
Dill Pollen: The pollen of the dill flower, with a strong and aromatic flavor, used as a gourmet seasoning.
Nigella Seeds: Small black seeds with a nutty and peppery flavor, commonly used in Middle Eastern and Indian cuisines.
Aleppo Pepper: A mild and fruity pepper variety, commonly used in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines.
Indian Bay Leaf: A leaf with a strong and spicy aroma, used in Indian and South Asian cooking for its fragrance and flavor.
Please note that this list is not exhaustive, and there are many more rare spices and herbs available.
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New players - use this code (STAR-MRG5-2TBJ) on registration to get additional 5000 UEC for free!
(Just click this link)
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Currencies accepted: PayPal: [$] [€], Skrill (+10%): [€], Crypto(+5%): Ιƒ (BTC), BCH, can take others

To make an order πŸ“¨ PM me via Reddit or via Discord (Furystorm#4218)

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β–Ί1β—„ REFERRAL SERVICE
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20 $ per each
Info about rewards can be found here - https://robertsspaceindustries.com/referral-program
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β–Ί2β—„ SPECIAL OFFERS
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Item Price, $
Upgrade - Mole to Merchantman Upgrade 239
Upgrade - Starfarer Gemini to Merchantman Upgrade 220
Upgrade - Constellation Aquila to Orion 169
CitizenCon 2951 Digital Goodies 9
Upgrade - 600i EXPLORER TO CARRACK EXPEDITION 129
Gemini LH86 Pistol - Voyager edition 6
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β–Ί4β—„ GAME AND SHIP COMBO PACKAGES
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Package Insurance MMO+SQ42 Included Price, $ Comments
Package - Aurora LN 3MI Yes 57 Aurora LN (best aurora) Starter package
Mustang Alpha Starter 3MI Yes 55 -
Anniversary 2017 Mustang Discount Starter 5YI No 54 -
Nox 2 pack LTI No 121 Nox + Nox Kue
Aopoa Nox 5 Pack LTI No 242 4 Nox + 1 Nox Kue
Race Team Pack LTI No 168 X1 + NOX + Dragonfly Black
Origin X1 THREE-PACK LTI No 174 X1 Baseline + Velocity + Force
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β–Ί5β—„ LTI STANDALONE SHIPS
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CCU-d ships are upgraded from another ship. Also I have ships from original sale - they may come with different bonuses but are more expensive.
You can click on the price of original sale item to see it's contents.
Ship manufacturer Ship model Insurance Price (CCU-d), $ Price (Original sale), $
Aopoa (Xi'an) Khartu-Al LTI 184 -
- Nox LTI - 77
- Nox Kue LTI - 77
- San'Tok.Yai LTI 231 -
Aegis Dynamics Avenger Titan LTI 70 84
- Avenger Titan Renegade LTI 95 111
- Avenger Stalker LTI 84 -
- Avenger Warlock LTI 105 -
- Eclipse LTI 315 333
- Gladius LTI 116 -
- Gladius Valiant LTI 132 147
- Hammerhead LTI 672 777
- Hammerhead Best in Show Edition LTI 746 -
- Nautilus LTI 672 -
- Reclaimer LTI 347 550
- Reclaimer Best in Show Edition LTI 357 -
- Redeemer LTI 333 -
- Retaliator Bomber LTI 284 -
- Sabre LTI 184 221
- Sabre Comet LTI 195 -
- Vanguard Warden LTI 263 357
- Vanguard Harbinger LTI 289 -
- Vanguard Sentinel LTI 268 -
- Vanguard Hoplite LTI 231 268
- Vulcan LTI 216 242
ARGO Astronautics MPUV Cargo LTI 74 84
- MPUV Personnel LTI - 89
- SRV LTI 165 -
- Mole LTI 321 -
- Combo Pack LTI - 111
Anvil Aerospace Arrow LTI 95 137
- C8X Pisces Expedition LTI - 74
- Carrack LTI 441 -
- Carrack W/C8X LTI 461 -
- Carrack Expedition LTI 468 -
- Carrack Expedition W/C8X LTI 489 -
- Crucible LTI 369 431
- F7C Hornet LTI 121 -
- F7C Hornet Wildfire LTI 189 210
- F7C-S Hornet Ghost LTI 140 -
- F7C-R Hornet Tracker LTI 155 -
- F7C-M Super Hornet LTI 199 252
- F7C-M Hornet Heartseeker LTI 200 -
- Gladiator LTI 177 221
- Hawk LTI 116 132
- Hurricane LTI 210 231
- Terrapin LTI 231 263
- Valkyrie LTI 368 -
Banu Merchantman LTI 420 -
- Defender LTI 226 237
Consolidated outland Mustang Beta LTI 95 -
- Mustang Gamma LTI 74 -
- Mustang Delta LTI 84 -
- Pioneer LTI - 1399
Crusader Industries Ares Inferno LTI 252 -
- Ares Ion LTI 252 -
- Genesis Starliner LTI 368 578
- C2 Hercules LTI 378 -
- M2 Hercules LTI 504 -
- A2 Hercules LTI 756 -
- Mercury Star Runner LTI 273 -
Drake Interplanetary Dragonfly Yellowjacket LTI - 84
- Dragonfly Black LTI - 84
- Dragonfly Ride Together Two-Pack LTI - 126
- Buccaneer LTI 126 142
- Caterpillar LTI 336 -
- Caterpillar Best in Show Edition LTI 347 -
- Corsair LTI 263 -
- Cutlass Black LTI 116 -
- Cutlass Black Best in Show Edition LTI 126 -
- Cutlass Steel LTI 221 -
- Cutlass Red LTI 142 -
- Cutlass Blue LTI 168 -
- Herald LTI 111 -
- Vulture LTI 180 -
Esperia Vanduul Blade LTI 284 326
- Vanduul Glaive LTI 373 -
- Prowler LTI 420 510
- Talon LTI 132 -
- Talon Shrike LTI 132 -
Gatac Railen LTI 242 -
Greycat Industrial ROC LTI 77 -
Kruger Intergalactic P-72 Archimedes LTI - 100
MISC Endeavor BASE LTI 378 -
- Endeavor DISCOVERY-CLASS LTI - 683
- Endeavor Master Set 2018 LTI - 1399
- Freelancer LTI 121 -
- Freelancer DUR LTI 147 -
- Freelancer MAX LTI 163 -
- Freelancer MIS LTI 184 -
- HULL A LTI 99 -
- HULL B LTI 147 158
- HULL C LTI 357 -
- HULL D LTI 462 -
- Odyssey LTI 609 -
- Razor LTI 163 179
- Razor LX LTI 168 -
- Razor EX LTI 174 -
- Prospector LTI 163 179
- Reliant Kore (Mini Hauler) LTI 84 105
- Reliant Tana (Skirmisher) LTI 95 -
- Reliant Mako (News Van) LTI 121 -
- Reliant Sen (Researcher) LTI 105 -
- Starfarer LTI 315 399
- Starfarer Gemini LTI 347 452
Origin Jumpworks X1 Baseline LTI - 69
- X1 Velocity LTI - 74
- X1 Force LTI - 79
- M50 LTI 121 147
- 85X LTI - 79
- 100I LTI 74 95
- 125A LTI 79 -
- 135C LTI 84 -
- 300I LTI 77 -
- 315P LTI 77 -
- 325A LTI 93 -
- 350R LTI 137 -
- 400i LTI 265 -
- 600i Touring LTI 420 525
- 600i Exploration LTI 441 580
RSI Aurora CL LTI 74 -
- Apollo Triage LTI 268 -
- Apollo Medivac LTI 294 -
- Mantis LTI 168 -
- Perseus LTI 583 -
- Polaris LTI 777 999
- Constellation Taurus LTI 179 -
- Constellation Andromeda LTI 252 315
- Constellation Aquila LTI 321 -
- Orion LTI 489 -
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β–Ί7β—„ PLANETARY VEHICLES & COMBO PACKAGES
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Vehicle Insurance Price (CCU-d), $ Price (Concept), $ Comments
Anvil Ballista LTI 153 -
Hoverquad LTI 74 -
Greycat PTV 6YI 27 -
Greycat PTV 10YI 37 -
Origin G12 LTI 84 -
Origin G12R LTI 84 -
Origin G12A LTI 90 -
Tumbril Cyclone LTI 74 Base version
Tumbril Cyclone-TR LTI 79 With ground turret
Tumbril Cyclone-RC LTI 79 Speedster
Tumbril Cyclone-AA LTI 95 Anti-air + countermeasures
Tumbril Cyclone-RN LTI 79 Scout & Scan
Tumbril Ranger RC LTI 105 Racer
Tumbril Ranger CV LTI 111 Offroad
Tumbril Ranger TR LTI 116 With Gun
Tumbril Nova LTI 126 132 Tank
URSA Rover 5YI 63 -
URSA Rover 10YI 70
RSI URSA Rover Fortuna LTI 79 Limited green skin edition
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β–Ί8.1β—„ MODULES, PODS, BATTLEFIELD UPGRADE KITS (BUKS), OTHER ITEMS
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Module Insurance Price, $
MISC Endeavor Modules (Pods) - -
FUEL POD LTI 137
BIODOME POD LTI 242
TELESCOPE ARRAY POD LTI 242
Aegis Vanguard battlefield upgrade kits
Sentinel battlefield upgrade kit LTI 130
Harbinger battlefield upgrade kit LTI 140
Retaliator modules
Retaliator cargo rear module LTI 99
Retaliator rear torpedo bay 24MI 120
Retaliator front torpedo bay 24MI 120
Other stuff
Add-ons - Aegis Idris P after market kit - 294
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β–Ί8.2 β—„ FPS WEAPONS, ARMOR, CLOTHES AND OTHER GEAR
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Module Insurance Price, $
Overlord "Dust Storm" Armor Set - 11
Overlord "Riptide" Armor Set - 11
Overlord Helmets "Silent Strike" Pack - 8
Overlord Helmets "Forces of Nature" Pack - 8
Parasite Replica Helmet (Original) - 11
Parasite Replica Helmet (Dark Birth) - 11
Stegman's Cordimon "Voyager" Complete Outfit - 11
Stegman's IndVest β€œPathfinder” Complete Outfit - 11
RSI MacFlex Rust Society full armor set (5 items) - 21
RSI Venture Rust Society full armor set (5 items) - 32
Mr. Refinement’s Cabinet of Rare & Exquisite Spirits - 11
Life in the 'Verse Shirts Pack #1 - 5
Life in the 'Verse Shirts Pack #2 - 5
"Caudillo" Helmets Pack #1 by CC's Conversions - 8
"Caudillo" Helmets Pack #2 by CC's Conversions - 8
"Caudillo" Helmets Pack #3 by CC's Conversions - 8
QuikFlarePro Pack - 5
QuikFlarePro Pack Deluxe - 6
Polar Vortex Collection - 7
Cold Front Collection - 7
UltiFlex FSK-8 "Mirage" Combat Knife - 5
UltiFlex FSK-8 "Ghost" Combat Knife - 5
Urban Collection by Element Authority - 11
Adventurer Collection by Element Authority - 11
Manaslu Rust Society Jacket - 8
RSI Horizon Rust Society Helmet - 8
RSI Beacon Rust Society Undersuit - 6
Paladin helmet - 10
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β–Ί9β—„ CROSS-CHASSIS UPGRADES (CCUS), SHIPS
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IAE-insurance upgrades (adds IAE insurance (10 years) to your ship)
Upgrade Price, $
Prospector to F7C-M Super Hornet 50
Vanguard Warden to Caterpillar 60
Sorted by: Manufacturer -> ship
Target ship manufacturer Target ship Upgrade from Price, $
Aegis Dynamics Avenger Titan Renegade 325A 18
- Avenger Warlock 325A 29
- Avenger Warlock Arrow 26
- Eclipse Constellation Andromeda 78
- Eclipse Vanguard Sentinel 37
- Eclipse Vanguard Warden 53
- Eclipse Blade 37
- Gladius Valiant Cutlass Black 22
- Gladius Valiant M50 23
- Hammerhead Constellation Aquila 483
- Hammerhead 600i Touring 357
- Hammerhead 600i Explorer 315
- Hammerhead Merchantman 131
- Hammerhead Hull D 341
- Hammerhead Crucible 446
- Hammerhead Carrack 278
- Hammerhead Reclaimer 383
- Hammerhead Prowler 351
- Hammerhead Orion 210
- Hammerhead Glaive 446
- Hammerhead A2 Hercules 52
- Nautilus Constellation Aquila 467
- Nautilus Endeavor 425
- Nautilus Crucible 425
- Nautilus Genesis Starliner 372
- Nautilus M2 Hercules 246
- Nautilus Merchantman 110
- Nautilus A2 Hercules 57
- Nautilus 600i Explorer 294
- Nautilus 600i Touring 336
- Nautilus Orion 189
- Nautilus Prowler 330
- Nautilus Carrack 278
- Nautilus Reclaimer 372
- Nautilus Hull D 320
- Nautilus C2 Hercules 372
- Nautilus Valkyrie 399
- Reclaimer Constellation Aquila 115
- Reclaimer Starfarer Gemini 84
- Reclaimer Endeavor 73
- Reclaimer Crucible 73
- Redeemer Constellation Andromeda 78
- Redeemer Vanguard Hoplite 84
- Redeemer Mole 26
- Retaliator Bomber Constellation Andromeda 57
- Retaliator Base F7C-R Hornet Tracker 25
- Sabre Prospector 31
- Sabre Gladiator 16
- Sabre Comet Sabre 31
- Sabre Comet Freelancer MIS 26
- Sabre Comet Khartu-Al 31
- Sabre Comet F7C Hornet Wildfire 23
- Sabre Comet Gladiator 35
- Sabre Comet F7C-M Super Hornet 20
- Vanguard Harbinger Constellation Andromeda 68
- Vanguard Harbinger Retaliator Bomber 31
- Vanguard Harbinger Vanguard Sentinel 26
- Vanguard Harbinger Vanguard Hoplite 73
- Vanguard Harbinger Vanguard Warden 42
- Vanguard Hoplite Constellation Taurus 59
- Vanguard Hoplite San'Tok.Yai 28
- Vanguard Hoplite Defender 28
- Vanguard Hoplite Corsair -3
- Vanguard Hoplite F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker 54
- Vanguard Hoplite Hurricane 54
- Vanguard Hoplite Terrapin 28
- Vanguard Sentinel Constellation Andromeda 52
- Vanguard Sentinel Vanguard Warden 31
- Vanguard Warden Constellation Andromeda 31
- Vanguard Warden Vanguard Hoplite 40
- Vulcan Constellation Taurus 25
- Vulcan Prospector 61
Anvil Aerospace Carrack Constellation Aquila 273
- Carrack Mole 320
- Carrack M2 Hercules 99
- Carrack 600i Explorer 147
- Carrack 600i Touring 189
- Carrack Orion 42
- Carrack Prowler 183
- Carrack Reclaimer 225
- Carrack Genesis Starliner 225
- Carrack Valkyrie 215
- Carrack C2 Hercules 189
- Carrack Hull D 178
- Carrack Merchantman -31
- Carrack Endeavor 283
- Carrack Crucible 283
- Carrack Starfarer Gemini 294
- Carrack W/C8X Carrack 55
- Carrack Expedition Carrack 60
- Carrack Expedition Carrack W/C8X 40
- Carrack Expedition W/C8X Carrack 80
- Carrack Expedition W/C8X Carrack W/C8X 73
- Carrack Expedition W/C8X Carrack Expedition 68
- Crucible Starfarer Gemini 26
- Crucible Constellation Aquila 99
- F7C-M Super Hornet Prospector 37
- F7C-M Super Hornet Khartu-AL 22
- F7C-M Super Hornet F7C Hornet Wildfire 16
- F7C-M Super Hornet Gladiator 27
- F7C-M Super Hornet Freelancer MIS 16
- F7C-M Super Hornet Sabre 22
- F7C-M Super Hornet Razor EX 37
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker Constellation Taurus 21
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker Freelancer MAX 63
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker Prospector 57
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker Razor EX 57
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker Gladiator 47
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker Khartu-AL 42
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker Sabre 42
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker Sabre Comet 26
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker F7C Hornet Wildfire 36
- F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker Freelancer MIS 36
- F7C Hornet Wildfire Prospector 31
- F7C Hornet Wildfire Khartu-Al 16
- F7C Hornet Wildfire Gladiator 22
- F7C Hornet Wildfire Sabre 16
- Gladiator Prospector 21
- Hawk Gladius 21
- Hurricane Constellation Taurus 16
- Hurricane Prospector 53
- Hurricane Gladiator 43
- Hurricane F7C Hornet Wildfire 32
- Hurricane F7C-M Super Hornet 27
- Hurricane Freelancer MIS 32
- Hurricane Sabre 37
- Hurricane Sabre Comet 22
- Hurricane Khartu-Al 37
- Terrapin Prospector 84
- Terrapin Constellation Taurus 44
- Terrapin Freelancer MAX 86
- Terrapin F7C-M Super Hornet 57
- Terrapin Freelancer MIS 63
- Terrapin Vulcan 36
- Terrapin Gladiator 73
- Terrapin Khartu-Al 65
- Terrapin Sabre 65
- Valkyrie Constellation Aquila 84
- Valkyrie Endeavor 42
- Valkyrie Starfarer Gemini 52
- Valkyrie Crucible 42
- Valkyrie Glaive 42
Aopoa (Xi'an) Khartu-Al Prospector 29
- Khartu-Al Freelancer MAX 31
- Nox Aurora LN 27
- Nox Dragonfly Black 15
- Nox Dragonfly Yellowjacket 15
- Nox MPUV Cargo 27
- Nox Kue Aurora LN 23
- Nox Kue Dragonfly Black 15
- Nox Kue Dragonfly Yellowjacket 15
- Nox Kue Mustang Beta 15
- Nox Kue MPUV Personnel 15
- Nox Kue X1 Baseline 15
- Nox Kue MPUV Cargo 22
- San'Tok.Yai Constellation Taurus 46
- San'Tok.Yai Hurricane 40
- San'Tok.Yai Vulcan 35
ARGO Astronautics MPUV Personnel Aurora LN 15
- MPUV Cargo Mustang Alpha 15
- SRV F7C-R Hornet Tracker 21
- SRV Vulture 21
- SRV Razor 15
Banu Merchantman Mole 239
- Merchantman Starfarer Gemini 220
- Merchantman Prowler 231
- Merchantman 600i Touring 236
- Merchantman 600i Explorer 194
- Merchantman Genesis Starliner 273
- Defender Constellation Taurus 42
- Defender Retaliator Base 84
- Defender Cutlass Blue 57
- Defender Freelancer MIS 65
- Defender Gladiator 70
- Defender Khartu-Al 65
- Defender Sabre 65
- Defender F7C Hornet Wildfire 59
- Defender F7C-M Super Hornet 55
Consolidated outland Mustang Delta Mustang Gamma 22
- Mustang Delta Avenger Stalker 15
Crusader Industries Genesis Starliner Constellation Aquila 120
- Genesis Starliner Endeavor 73
- Ares Inferno Constellation Andromeda 26
- Ares Ion Constellation Andromeda 26
- A2 Hercules 600i Touring 341
- A2 Hercules 600i Explorer 299
- A2 Hercules Carrack 273
- A2 Hercules Constellation Aquila 472
- A2 Hercules Crucible 430
- A2 Hercules Endeavor 430
- A2 Hercules Hull D 325
- A2 Hercules Merchantman 115
- A2 Hercules Orion 194
- A2 Hercules Prowler 336
- A2 Hercules Reclaimer 378
- A2 Hercules Starfarer Gemini 451
- C2 Hercules Constellation Aquila 115
- C2 Hercules Valkyrie 47
- C2 Hercules Crucible 73
- C2 Hercules Endeavor 73
- C2 Hercules Glaive 73
- C2 Hercules Starfarer Gemini 84
- M2 Hercules Constellation Aquila 241
- M2 Hercules 600i Touring 110
- M2 Hercules 600i Explorer 68
- M2 Hercules C2 Hercules 147
- M2 Hercules Crucible 199
- M2 Hercules Endeavor 199
- M2 Hercules Genesis Starliner 147
- M2 Hercules Hull D 94
- M2 Hercules Prowler 105
- M2 Hercules Reclaimer 147
- M2 Hercules Starfarer Gemini 210
- Mercury Star Runner Prospector 120
- Mercury Star Runner San'tok.yai 52
- Mercury Star Runner Defender 52
- Mercury Star Runner F7C Hornet Wildfire 99
- Mercury Star Runner F7C-M Super Hornet 94
- Mercury Star Runner Freelancer MIS 99
- Mercury Star Runner Hurricane 78
- Mercury Star Runner Khartu-Al 105
- Mercury Star Runner Razor EX 120
- Mercury Star Runner Sabre Comet 89
- Mercury Star Runner Sabre 105
- Mercury Star Runner Terrapin 52
- Mercury Star Runner Vulcan 73
Drake Interplanetary Buccaneer Cutlass Black 21
- Caterpillar Constellation Andromeda 116
- Caterpillar Constellation Aquila 36
- Caterpillar Retaliator Bomber 78
- Caterpillar Redeemer 26
- Corsair Prospector 115
- Corsair Constellation Taurus 78
- Corsair Freelancer MAX 120
- Corsair Freelancer MIS 94
- Corsair Sabre 99
- Corsair Sabre Comet 84
- Corsair Gladiator 105
- Corsair F7C-M Super Hornet 89
- Corsair F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker 73
- Corsair F7C Hornet Wildfire 94
- Corsair Vulcan 68
- Corsair Hurricane 73
- Corsair Razor EX 115
- Corsair Khartu-Al 99
- Cutlass Black BIS Gladius 42
- Cutlass Blue F7C-R Hornet Tracker 47
- Cutlass Blue Razor 36
- Cutlass Blue Prospector 31
- Cutlass Steel Constellation Taurus 57
- Cutlass Steel Railen 21
- Cutlass Steel San'tok.yai 26
- Cutlass Steel Defender 26
- Cutlass Steel Terrapin 26
- Cutlass Steel Corsair -5
- Cutlass Steel Vulcan 47
- Cutlass Steel Hurricane 52
- Cutlass Steel F7C-M Super Hornet Heartseeker 52
- Dragonfly Black Aurora LN 15
- Dragonfly Black MPUV Cargo 15
- Herald 325A 26
- Herald Avenger Titan Renegade 21
- Vulture Freelancer DUR 45
Esperia Blade Constellation Andromeda 52
- Glaive Constellation Aquila 99
- Glaive Starfarer Gemini 63
- Talon Gladius 36
- Talon Reliant Mako (News Van) 31
- Talon Shrike Gladius 36
- Talon Shrike Reliant Mako (News Van) 31
- Prowler Constellation Aquila 162
- Prowler Reclaimer 68
- Prowler Genesis Starliner 68
- Prowler Endeavor 120
- Prowler Crucible 120
- Prowler 600i Touring 42
MISC Freelancer MIS Prospector 32
- Freelancer MIS Freelancer MAX 37
- Freelancer MIS Gladiator 22
- Freelancer MIS Sabre 16
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2023.06.02 13:39 Then_Marionberry_259 JUN 02, 2023 AIR.V CLEAN AIR METALS ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT CHANGES

JUN 02, 2023 AIR.V CLEAN AIR METALS ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT CHANGES
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THUNDER BAY, ON , June 2, 2023 /CNW/ - Clean Air Metals Inc. (" Clean Air Metals " or the " Company ") (TSXV: AIR) (OTCQB: CLRMF) (FRA: CKU) announces that Mr. Abraham Drost will no longer be continuing as CEO and Director of the Company effective immediately.
Mr. Jim Gallagher , who has served as Executive Chair since Clean Air Metals began to trade on the TSX Venture Exchange in early 2020 will assume the role of CEO on an interim basis while retaining the Executive Chair role. A search for a permanent CEO will commence in due course.
Mr. Gallagher is a mining engineer and experienced executive who most recently was CEO of North American Palladium with its single asset being the Lac des Iles Palladium mine located approximately 90 km north of Clean Air Metals' Thunder Bay North Critical Minerals Project. Mr. Gallagher assumed the CEO role in 2015 as the company emerged from a CCAA process and over the next 5 years led an operational and financial turn-around of the company culminating in the sale to Impala Platinum of South Africa at the end of 2019 for just under C$ 1 Billion
Updated Resource Estimate
On May 4 th , 2023 the Company press released an updated Mineral Resource Estimate for the Company's 100% owned Thunder Bay North Critical Minerals project. The Indicated resource of 14 million tonnes contains 1.2 million ounces of Platinum and Palladium (on a one-to-one ratio), 57,000 tonnes of Copper and 34,300 tonnes of Nickel. All 4 of these potentially payable metals are defined as Critical Metals by both the Provincial and Federal Governments. The Company is near completion with DRA Americas on validating metallurgical recoveries and potential smelter offtake terms. Technical evaluation of mining options, production rates and site infrastructure will be ongoing over the next several months and we will continue to advance environmental studies towards future permit applications.
Exploration
The almost 25,000 meters of infill drilling in 2022 on both the Escape and Current deposits that make up the Thunder Bay North Critical Minerals project have provided a well-defined resource model above approximately 500 metres in depth which is the basis for the mineral resource estimate. Both deposits are open at depth and have minimal drilling below 500 meters. An exploration plan is in development for the down plunge extension of both deposits.
Jim Gallagher , CEO and Executive Chair commented: "I would like to thank Abraham for his efforts while leading the Company and wish him all the best in his future endeavors. The new mineral resource estimate and new leadership bring the Company to its next stage of development. Technical studies of a selective, higher grade, underground mining plan are commencing for these two near surface deposits. The next phase of exploration will investigate down plunge targets. Once the exploration plan is finalized and permits and sufficient funding are secured, we will look to execute the program in 2024 and beyond.
The Company is well funded with just under $10 million in cash available to meet its commitments well into 2024. Given the difficult markets and our low share price we do not anticipate raising any additional funds at least until 2024, avoiding unnecessary dilution of the stock. We intend to prudently manage our cash until market conditions improve.
Lastly but most importantly I would like to re-affirm the Company's commitment to social responsibility and sustainability. Clean Air Metals Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary Panoramic PGMs ( Canada ) Ltd. acknowledge that the Thunder Bay North Critical Minerals Project is on the traditional territories of the Fort William First Nation, Red Rock Indian Band and Biinjitiwabik Zaaging Anishinabek. The parties together are the Cooperating Participants in a Memorandum of Agreement dated January 9, 2021 (press release January 11, 2021 ) and Exploration Agreement signed April 13, 2022 (press release April 14, 2022 )."
The Company appreciates the opportunity to work in these territories and remains committed to the recognition and respect of those who have lived, traveled, and gathered on the lands since time immemorial. Clean Air Metals is committed to stewarding Indigenous heritage and remains committed to building, fostering and encouraging a respectful relationship with First Nations and MΓ©tis peoples based upon principles of mutual trust, respect, reciprocity and collaboration in the spirit of reconciliation.
Qualified Persons
Mr. Mike Garbutt P.Eng , a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101 and Chief Operating Officer for the Company has reviewed and approved all technical information in this press release.
About Clean Air Metals Inc.
Clean Air Metals' flagship asset is the 100% owned, high grade Thunder Bay North Critical Minerals Project, a platinum, palladium, copper, nickel project located near the City of Thunder Bay, Ontario and the Lac des Iles Mine owned by Impala Platinum. The Thunder Bay North Project hosts the twin magma conduit bodies which host the Current and Escape deposits forming the basis for the mineral resource estimate reported herein.
Interim CEO and Executive Chair Jim Gallagher, P.Eng. and COO Mike Garbutt, P.Eng. lead an experienced technical team studying the economics of a sustainable mining operation at Thunder Bay North.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
"Jim Gallagher"
Jim Gallagher , Interim CEO and Executive Chair of Clean Air Metals Inc.
Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
Cautionary Note
The information contained herein contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of applicable securities legislation, including statements regarding the potential of the Thunder Bay North Critical Metals Project and the Escape and Current deposits and timing of technical studies and mineral resource estimates. Forward-looking statements relate to information that is based on assumptions of management, forecasts of future results, and estimates of amounts not yet determinable. Any statements that express predictions, expectations, beliefs, plans, projections, objectives, assumptions or future events or performance are not statements of historical fact and may be "forward-looking statements." Forward-looking statements are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties which could cause actual events or results to differ from those reflected in the forward-looking statements, including, without limitation: political and regulatory risks associated with mining and exploration; risks related to the maintenance of stock exchange listings; risks related to environmental regulation and liability; the potential for delays in exploration or development activities or the completion of feasibility studies; the uncertainty of profitability; risks and uncertainties relating to the interpretation of drill results, the geology, grade and continuity of mineral deposits; risks related to the inherent uncertainty of production and cost estimates and the potential for unexpected costs and expenses; results of prefeasibility and feasibility studies, and the possibility that future exploration, development or mining results will not be consistent with the Company's expectations; risks related to commodity price fluctuations; and other risks and uncertainties related to the Company's prospects, properties and business detailed elsewhere in the Company's disclosure record. Should one or more of these risks and uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described in forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned against attributing undue certainty to forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are made as of the date hereof and the Company does not assume any obligation to update or revise them to reflect new events or circumstances, except in accordance with applicable securities laws. Actual events or results could differ materially from the Company's expectation or projection.
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2023.06.02 13:01 House_of_Suns /r/QOTSA Official Band of the Week 22: ZZ TOP

Sometimes a band gets so big that they somehow outshine themselves. They reach a point in their career where it does not matter if they release a new album or not; fans just want to see them tour. No one gave a damn that Led Zeppelin had not released a new album since the 1970’s; everyone just wanted to see them play again at the O2 Arena in 2007. When The Who played the Super Bowl halftime show in 2010 they had only released one new album in 28 years, and no one cared. And no one cares that Guns & Roses aren’t making new music. They still packed arenas to see how much cake Axl had packed into himself.
We’re going to take a dive into a blues power trio from down south who have zero need to release any new music, since their recording career stretches back over five decades. They had amazing and groundbreaking success in the β€˜70s, the β€˜80s, and the β€˜90s before hitting the max level. Instead of playing to win, they now play for fun. Their sexually charged lyrics and videos inspired generations of teens to both dress better and worry about their fly. And you can bet that their fuzzy, bluesy tight sound had a huge impact on our very own desert dwellers.
It’s time for us to take a walk with That Little Ol’ Band from Texas. This week’s featured artist is the legendary ZZ TOP
About Them
The Power Trio is a tested and true format for a rock band. Lots of examples come to mind: Cream. Rush. The Police. Biffy Clyro. King Buffalo. Them Crooked Vultures. (Wait a sec. Just three members? Clearly, not everything is bigger in Texas.)
There is a member joke there somewhere, but I just can’t get it to come. Hmm. Perhaps it will come if you play with it a bit.
Hey! Stop that. Get your mind out of the gutter.
ZZ Top’s original and founding member was William Frederick Gibbons. Born in Houston in 1949, the front man was originally a drummer but, after studying with Tito Puente in New York City, picked up the guitar at age 13. His dad was a musician in show business, which allowed Billy to get an insider’s view of the industry. By the late β€˜60s, he had been in and founded a number of bands and had even befriended the late great James Marshall Hendrix. One of his first bands, a psychedelic/art house band called The Moving Sidewalks, toured with the Jimi Hendrix Experience. This meant that Gibbons was actually mentored by Snagglepuss himself. They also toured with The Doors, where Gibbons saw the legendary self-destructive band somehow manage to rise above conflict and make music every night. The Moving Sidewalks generated a following all of its own with a couple of hit songs, and things seemed to be headed in the right direction.
Things were going absolutely great until bassist Don Summers and keyboard player Tom Moore were drafted into the army to fight in Vietnam. Don't you just love the β€˜60s?
Gibbons and drummer Dan Mitchell added a new keyboard player, Lanier Greg, and tried to make another run at it. But the chemistry was all wrong. Gibbons rechristened the band as ZZ Top (an homage to BB King), and declared that he wanted more of a straight up rock approach than the art-house kaleidoscopic sound.
Gibbons, Mitchell, and Greg (isn’t it weird when last names are also first names too?) recorded the single Salt Lick in 1969. This generated a bunch of interest and a recording contract. Decisions over the direction of the band ensued and it quickly became clear that Mitchell and Greg did not agree with Gibbons’ hard rock approach. That ended up being a poor life decision for them, but a great one for a couple of other guys.
Clearly, Gibbons needed a new rhythm section.
Fortunately, he found a package deal.
Dusty Hill and Frank Beard - also both born in 1949 - had been playing together on the Dallas-Houston-Fort Worth circuit in a number of bands, including The Warlocks, The Cellar Dwellers, and a fake cover band called The Zombies. Both the Duster and the (then ironically) beardless Beard also heard the siren call of rock and roll. Hill was classically trained and was an accomplished cello player before moving to his signature bass. Frank β€˜Rube’ Beard appears to have been born with drumsticks in his hands (which I imagine might have been uncomfortable for his mom).
Beard joined the band first, along with bassist Billy Ethridge, who had played with Stevie Ray Vaughn. Ethridge balked at signing a contract and so joined Mitchell and Greg on the list of ZZ Top’s former members. Their lineup was set. Hill and Beard anchored the band in a rock-solid, tight, bluesy fashion. Gibbons meshed perfectly with this duo, and his Hendrix-inspired guitar work was on another level. Hill provided backing vocals, and Gibbons’ low throaty growl was an impressive counterpoint to his soaring fretwork. The talent was all there; now they just needed to record some music.
But success was not instantaneous, not by a long shot.
Their first album - appropriately called ZZ Top’s First Album - gives insight into who the band were to become. In this 1971 release, you can hear their raw sound. The record peaked at 201 on the charts, and had only one single - (Somebody Else Been) Shaking Your Tree. It did give them material to go out and tour. The boys gelled on that tour and went back into the studio with renewed energy, and emerged with 1972’s Rio Grande Mud. The disc was a step forward in refining their sound. The album almost cracked the top 100, and the only single - Francine - went all the way to number 69.
Nice.
But the band knew that their third album, Tres Hombres, was something special. It is the epitome of Southern Rock: bluesy, fast paced, sexy, and irreverent, it is just over half an hour of pure magic. And while the album went gold and peaked at number 8 on the charts and is worth your time, it was one particular single that rocketed them to stardom. You know it and you love it, and a-how-how-how-how: La Grange. It is still in heavy rotation on classic rock stations today. And why not? The song is an absolute banger of boogie woogie blues, written about a visit to a whorehouse. What’s not to love?
La Grange propelled them to popularity. Tours sold out. Venues got bigger and bigger. 1975’s follow up album, Fandango!, was half live album (with some covers) and half new material - like an EP with bonus tracks. They covered the Elvis Presley classic Jailhouse Rock, Willie Dixon’s Mellow Down Easy, and John Lee Hooker’s Long Distance Boogie. The boys had rock and blues chops, and had 5 years of touring experience. These were bold statements that cemented their musicality as well as honoring their roots. But side two of the disc had another track that you’ve come to love. You ain’t asking for much: You’re just lookin’ for some Tush. Tush was the perfect sexually charged follow up to ensure that they were not one-hit wonders. It was written in a ten-minute spasm of creativity at a sound check, and has gone on to be one of their most popular songs.
While Tush topped the charts, ZZ Top went back into the studio to record their full length follow up, 1976’s Tejas. The name of the album means β€˜friends’ in the Indigenous Caddo language, and was the basis for the name of the state. You know what that means? It means that the name of the state is β€˜Friends’. Just like the β€˜90s sitcom. Don’t mess with Friends. Anyways, this was an album of experimentation for the band, and unlike its predecessor it came out half baked at best. Billy Gibbons has called it a transition album. What actually happened is the band transitioned into a hiatus from touring and recording, taking some significant time off. They had recorded five albums in six years and spent virtually all their time on the road. The latest effort was just not up to their standards and was a step back. It also completed their recording contract.
What was the solution to this burn out?
Facial hair of course.
The boys took a few years off before landing another recording contract, this time with Warner. Over those months, both Gibbons and Hill grew what would become their signature long β€˜Texas Goatee’ beards. Frank Beard did not grow a beard (though he did finally succumb to peer pressure from his bandmates in 2013, and his is much more neatly trimmed). So while they were resting/relaxing/getting their groove back/aligning their chakras or whatever, they also started to reinvent their signature sound as the world moved towards a decade of legendary excess.
The first step on this reinvention journey was 1979’s DegΓΌello. The title literally means β€˜decapitation’ but idiomatically refers to a fight to the death. Clearly, the band decided to tackle their transition head on. The album was not as successful as Tres Hombres or Fandango!, but it was not the flop that Tejas was. It did spawn a couple of singles - I Thank You (which was a cover) and the signature hit Cheap Sunglasses. Both are staples at ZZ Top concerts to this day. DegΓΌello was quickly followed up in 1981 by the album El Loco. This was really the first time ZZ Top incorporated a synthesizer into their sound. As you know, the synth was THE new wave sound of the 1980s. Gods help us, keytars were once popular. But Gibbons, Hill, and Beard did not abandon their edge. The single Pearl Necklace was an immensely popular innuendo laced tune from this album. And no, I will not explain what a pearl necklace is to you.
Ask your mom.
Over the course of their first seven albums, ZZ Top had steadily grown in popularity and become a truly extraordinary live band. More than a decade of touring together meant that they had not just cut their teeth. They had found the Tooth Fairy, beaten her senseless, and added fangs to their jaws. They were ready to tackle whatever came their way.
Their huge breakthrough coincided with the birth of music videos and MTV. 1983’s Eliminator was an absolute monster of an album. ZZ Top were everywhere. They completely embraced the Music Video as a medium and became pioneers in this new genre. They branded their band with a 1933 fire-engine red Ford Coupe, which was on the cover of the album. They even had a signature hand gesture that they used as the car went by. The car belonged to Billy Gibbons and embodied his hot rod obsessions. It was featured in the videos for Gimme All Your Lovin’, Sharp Dressed Man, and Legs. Other singles from the album included Got me Under Pressure and TV Dinners. Eliminator is still the band’s most successful album. They were at the absolute height of their popularity with a massive audience. No doubt the 10-year-old Joshua Michael Homme watched those videos on a small screen in the California desert, little knowing that he would one day collaborate with Gibbons.
Seeking to capitalize on the popularity, the band went back into the studio and released Afterburner in 1985. It featured the signature hot rod on the cover and spawned two more singles - Sleeping Bag and Velcro Fly. Afterburner was not an innovative album by any stretch of the imagination. It simply built on the success of Eliminator and replicated the sound. If you blended the two albums together it would be very difficult for a novice fan to guess which song came from which disc. But hell, when you release the most popular album of your career and are earning millions of dollars for that sound, it is not time to mess with success. Or with Texas. Or with Friends (though Ross was a pain in the ass, IMHO).
That desire to not screw up a good thing was also evident in their next release, the retrospective re-release Six Pack. This was a great way to earn some bucks with a simple repackaging of existing tracks - I’m looking at you, K-Tel… - and introducing them to another generation of fans. This was not a bad thing at all - you gotta get that green whenever you can, because fame can be fleeting.
ZZ Top closed out the decade by going Back to the Future. Literally. They appeared in the third installment of the Michael J. Fox trilogy as the olde-timey house band (complete with rotating guitars) in the saloon scene. The single and signature song from the movie, Doubleback, appeared on their 1990 release Recycler. The album spawned two more singles: My Head’s in Mississippi and Concrete and Steel. Recycler was not as successful as its predecessors, but it did effectively max level the band. In the 1970’s they were a scuffling bar band that hit it big. In the 1980’s they were one of the most popular bands of the MTV generation. And in the 1990’s they achieved superstardom. They had hit the level where it truly no longer mattered if they ever released new material again. They could simply tour on their back catalogue alone and sell out stadiums.
It is clear that the band realized this as well. In the thirty years since Recycler came out, they have released five albums of new material: Antenna in 1994, Rhythmeen in 1996, XXX in 1999, Mescalero in 2003 and the critically acclaimed and Rick Rubin produced La Futura in 2012. This was equivalent to their output in their first six years.
In contrast, they have released no less than eight greatest hits albums, cover albums and live albums in the same time span. Greatest Hits came out in 1992. One Foot in the Blues was released in 1994. The massive compilation Chrome, Smoke & BBQ came out in 2003, and is a fantastic place to start if you are a new fan. Rancho Texicano was released in 2004, Live from Texas came out in 2008, and Double Down Live hit shelves in 2009. Live at Montreaux came out in 2013 and Tonite at Midnight: Live Greatest Hits from Around the World was released in 2016.
As recently as 2019, there were rumors that a new album was in the works for our Septuagenarian heroes. Lord knows the boys from Texas have nothing left to prove to anyone.
It was then that tragedy struck. Dusty Hill had to leave the band during a tour in 2021. The reason given was a hip injury. His guitar tech, Elwood Francis, filled in. Shockingly, Hill died at home at the age of 72 just five days after leaving the tour.
Fans were shocked and mourned the stalwart bassist. Per his wishes - and it seems he knew something wasn’t quite right - ZZ Top did not break up. Francis replaced Hill on bass, and the band soldiered on. In 2022, they released Raw, a soundtrack for a 2019 documentary about them. This was Hill’s final release.
You can still catch them on tour. They are going to be out there this summer, touring with Lynyrd Skynyrd, for something they are calling β€˜The Sharp Dressed Simple Man’ Tour.
Go buy some tickets. Don’t miss your chance to see a truly iconic band before they are gone.
Links to QOTSA
The Reverend Billy F. Gibbons was a big part of the Lullabies to Paralyze album by our Desert Dwellers. He played guitar and provided backing vocals on Burn the Witch. He was co-lead vocalist and lead guitar on the QotSA cover of Precious and Grace, which he originally released as a ZZ Top tune on the Tres Hombres album. He also provided the guitar stylings for Like a Drug.
But the connections don't stop there. Billy sang the lead vocal track on the recent Desert Sessions tune Move Together, and he played guitar on Noses in Roses, Forever.
What may be most important to QotSA fans is that Gibbons was the first person, almost two years ago, who hinted that Queens were working on a new album.
And now we know he was right. Never doubt a Reverend.
Their Music
Salt Lick
(Somebody Else Been) Shaking your Tree
Francine
La Grange -- Live on Howard Stern
Jailhouse Rock
Tush -- a fan made video. It is not subtle.
Cheap Sunglasses
Pearl Necklace -- Live
Gimme All Your Lovin’
Sharp Dressed Man
Legs -- the ultimate makeover video
Got Me Under Pressure -- Live at Montreaux
Sleeping Bag -- Let’s go out to Egypt and check out some heads...
Velcro Fly -- also somehow in Egypt
My Head’s In Mississippi
Concrete and Steel -- vintage video
Doubleback
I Gotsta Get Paid -- from La Futura
Show Them Some Love
/zztop
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Led Zeppelin
Greta Van Fleet
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2023.06.02 12:54 Awe777some Issue with Node-RED: Undefined Value in Map Display

Issue with Node-RED: Undefined Value in Map Display
I'm new to Node-RED and currently in the process of practicing and building a simple COVID-19 dashboard project using Node-RED, and I've encountered an issue that I can't seem to resolve. I would greatly appreciate any insights or suggestions to help me solve this problem.
The specific issue I'm facing is related to displaying the number of 'deaths' on a map in the Node-RED dashboard. While I can successfully retrieve the value of deaths and see it in the debug panel, it shows up as undefined in the map display on the dashboard. I have a similar value called 'confirmed cases', however its not facing any problems and is displaying its values in the map display.
Here is the debug screen, showing the values of deaths and confirmed cases.

And then here it is in the map display.
Here's a snippet of my flow code:
[ { "id": "985cda7e28443c0d", "type": "tab", "label": "Covid Dashboard", "disabled": false, "info": "", "env": [] }, { "id": "1f6e436116ffe31c", "type": "http request", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "name": "", "method": "GET", "ret": "txt", "paytoqs": "ignore", "url": "https://covid19.who.int/region/wpro/country/ph", "tls": "", "persist": false, "proxy": "", "insecureHTTPParser": false, "authType": "", "senderr": false, "headers": [], "x": 290, "y": 60, "wires": [ [ "1e4371d821c3d8d2", "069d7394bbba22ab" ] ] }, { "id": "091a9d9d9f47f057", "type": "debug", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "name": "Confirmed Cases", "active": true, "tosidebar": true, "console": false, "tostatus": false, "complete": "cases", "targetType": "msg", "statusVal": "", "statusType": "auto", "x": 950, "y": 60, "wires": [] }, { "id": "6198859d69eb5061", "type": "ui_text", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "group": "c51ba626ca47e12a", "order": 1, "width": 0, "height": 0, "name": "", "label": "Confirmed Cases:", "format": "{{msg.payload}}", "layout": "row-spread", "className": "", "style": false, "font": "", "fontSize": 16, "color": "#000000", "x": 950, "y": 100, "wires": [] }, { "id": "1e4371d821c3d8d2", "type": "html", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "name": "Deaths", "property": "payload", "outproperty": "payload", "tag": "66,466", "ret": "html", "as": "multi", "x": 520, "y": 160, "wires": [ [ "550e62de5a53ed5c" ] ] }, { "id": "e440939396682957", "type": "ui_text", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "group": "c51ba626ca47e12a", "order": 2, "width": 0, "height": 0, "name": "", "label": "Deaths:", "format": "{{msg.deaths}}", "layout": "row-spread", "className": "", "style": false, "font": "", "fontSize": 16, "color": "#000000", "x": 920, "y": 180, "wires": [] }, { "id": "7b33ee8ccb6e4a06", "type": "debug", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "name": "Deaths", "active": true, "tosidebar": true, "console": false, "tostatus": false, "complete": "deaths", "targetType": "msg", "statusVal": "", "statusType": "auto", "x": 920, "y": 140, "wires": [] }, { "id": "22dc654beb67f583", "type": "ui_worldmap", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "group": "c51ba626ca47e12a", "order": 2, "width": "25", "height": "10", "name": "", "lat": "12.8797", "lon": "121.7740", "zoom": "4", "layer": "EsriDG", "cluster": "", "maxage": "", "usermenu": "hide", "layers": "hide", "panit": "false", "panlock": "false", "zoomlock": "false", "hiderightclick": "true", "coords": "deg", "showgrid": "false", "showruler": "false", "allowFileDrop": "false", "path": "/worldmap", "overlist": "DR,CO,TL", "maplist": "OSMG,OSMC,EsriC,EsriS,EsriT,EsriDG,UKOS", "mapname": "", "mapurl": "", "mapopt": "", "mapwms": false, "x": 500, "y": 280, "wires": [] }, { "id": "718f4d0a4e9330fa", "type": "function", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "name": "Philippines", "func": "var cases = msg.cases;\nvar deaths = msg.deaths;\nvar thing = {\n name: \"Philippines\",\n lat: 12.8797,\n lon: 121.7740,\n icon: \"circle\",\n iconColor: \"white\",\n extrainfo: \"Covid Cases: \" + cases,\n extrainfo1: \"Deaths: \" + deaths\n};\nmsg.payload = thing;\nreturn msg;\n", "outputs": 1, "noerr": 0, "initialize": "", "finalize": "", "libs": [], "x": 330, "y": 280, "wires": [ [ "22dc654beb67f583" ] ] }, { "id": "069d7394bbba22ab", "type": "html", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "name": "Confirmed Cases", "property": "payload", "outproperty": "payload", "tag": "4,139,295", "ret": "html", "as": "multi", "x": 490, "y": 60, "wires": [ [ "5a9a0e79ef7ff8a6" ] ] }, { "id": "e8e0a19b47b64771", "type": "inject", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "name": "", "props": [ { "p": "payload" }, { "p": "topic", "vt": "str" } ], "repeat": "300", "crontab": "", "once": true, "onceDelay": 0.1, "topic": "", "payload": "", "payloadType": "date", "x": 90, "y": 60, "wires": [ [ "1f6e436116ffe31c" ] ] }, { "id": "5a9a0e79ef7ff8a6", "type": "function", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "name": "Cases", "func": "msg.cases = msg.payload;\nreturn msg;", "outputs": 1, "noerr": 0, "initialize": "", "finalize": "", "libs": [], "x": 690, "y": 60, "wires": [ [ "091a9d9d9f47f057", "6198859d69eb5061", "718f4d0a4e9330fa" ] ] }, { "id": "550e62de5a53ed5c", "type": "function", "z": "985cda7e28443c0d", "name": "Deaths", "func": "msg.deaths = msg.payload;\nreturn msg;\n", "outputs": 1, "noerr": 0, "initialize": "", "finalize": "", "libs": [], "x": 680, "y": 160, "wires": [ [ "7b33ee8ccb6e4a06", "e440939396682957", "718f4d0a4e9330fa" ] ] }, { "id": "c51ba626ca47e12a", "type": "ui_group", "name": "Text Test", "tab": "b162e6518a85091a", "order": 1, "disp": true, "width": 25, "collapse": false, "className": "" }, { "id": "b162e6518a85091a", "type": "ui_tab", "name": "Covid-19 Tracker", "icon": "dashboard", "disabled": false, "hidden": false } ] 
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2023.06.02 12:49 Gladius_Illuminatus How to do on chip debugging on an Arduino, a tutorial

DISCLAIMER I am NOT the person in the YoutTube video thumbnail and this is NOT just a text version of said video. This is a tutorial I wrote and the video is just one of my sources. Sadly I cant make the thumbnail disappear on mobile...
Alright, so first things first. This is a follow-up to my original post, where I originally asked how to do what I’m about to explain to you. What that basically means is that I ain't no pro, and I’m sure there are better and more correct ways to do this, but dang it was a lot of work to figure this all out, so I’m hoping it helps someone somewhere down the line.
I originally needed to do some debugging on an Arduino Mega 2560 (A Controllino to be more specific, but that’s just a Mega in a PLC package) and β€œConventional” Arduino style serial Print debugging even while using some more advanced techniques like using #define to create Serial.print macros, using PlatformIO with the AVR Stub debugger or making use of the Better Serial Plotter was just not cutting it anymore. They are all nice, but for one reason or another did not quite cut it for me. Read my original post or the linked articles for more details. After asking the good folks of Reddit for help, I bought an ATMEL-ICE to do some JTAG debugging. In case you are not using a Mega like me, check the manufacturers website of your microcontroller. They will usually tell you if they support JTAG. Note that if you are using something other than an AVR chip, this process will be different. Andreas Spiess did a pretty good tutorial for other Chips like the popular ESP32.
Right enough talking let's get to the point.
PS Buckle up this is gonna be long and technical, and it already IS the TLDR; It took me two weeks and more curses and running to people for help who actually know what they are doing than I'd like to admit...
You will need:
  1. A microcontroller to debug (Arduino Mega 2560 in this example)
  2. PlatformIO (I use it with VS Code)
  3. Microchip Studio
  4. The ATMEL-ICE debugger (for some reason I could not find a local seller who would sell this to a private person. I could get one since this was for my day job, but I also saw some on the ol AliExpress and the Chinese ain’t picky about accepting someone’s money if they want to spend it, unlike Microchip...)
  5. Some jumper wires to hook it all up.
Once you installed all the software, it is time for step one:
Enabling on Chip debugging and JTAG because this is disabled by default.
IF you are using a stock Arduino board that has an ISP header (the six pins somewhere at the back of the board) do this:
  1. Take the ATMEL-ICE and connect the cable with the 6pole connector to the plug labeled β€œAVR”
  2. Connect the 6pole connector to the ISP header as shown in this tutorial
IF you are using some variant that does not have an ISP header
  1. Take the ATMEL-ICE and connect the cable with the labeled pins to the plug labeled β€œAVR”
  2. Connect the wires to your board as per page 21 of the ATMEL-ICE user guide
Now regardless of board follow these steps
  1. Plug in the ATMEL-ICE and your board so both have power. The ATMEL-ICE does NOT provide power to the board.
  2. Open Microchip Studio and go to Tools>Device Programming
  3. Choose the ATMEL-ICE for the Tool, your controller for device (for me 2560) and ISP for the Interface then hit apply.
  4. Now hit Read on the device signature. If all went well, you should now see an ID and a voltage up top and a new menu. If not check your wiring.
  5. Under Fuses set the following fuses to high
    a. JTAGEN
    b. BOOTRST
    c. OCDEN
    Then hit program.
  6. To make sure the fuses are set correctly, unplug your board, plug it back in and repeat steps 4-6. Under fuses you should now see those fuses set to HIGH when you read.
Great that’s the first part done now to connect the ATMEL-ICE in JTAG mode
  1. Search your microcontrollers datasheet until you find what pins are used for JTAG. In case of the Atmega2560 these can be found on page 85 of the datasheet.
  2. Now connect them to the corresponding pins of the ATMEL-ICE using the cable with the labeled pins plugged in to the AVR connector using the pinout on page 20 of the ATMEL-ICE user guide. For me this looked like this:
    a. ATMEL ICE Pin 1 (TCK) β†’ A4
    b. ATMEL ICE Pin 2 (GND) β†’ GND
    c. ATMEL ICE Pin 3 (TDO) β†’ A6
    d. ATMEL ICE Pin 4 (VCC) β†’ 5V
    e. ATMEL ICE Pin 5 (TMS) β†’ A5
    f. ATMEL ICE Pin 9 (TDI) β†’ A7
    I did not need the rest of the pins.
Now for the actual debugging:
  1. Compile the project you want to debug in PlatformIO, making sure you have set the following parameters in the platformio.ini
    a. "build_type = debug" This tells pio to build in debug mode
    b. "debug_build_flags = -g -ggdb -Og -Wl,-Map,output.map" These parameters make it so the resulting .elf file contains all the necessary information for debugging and also creates a map file with all linked files paths.
  2. Locate the resulting firmware.elf and copy the path. It should be under: YOUR_PROJECT_DIRECTORY\.pio\build\BOARD_NAME hint: you can right-click on the .pio directory in PlatformIO under the explorer tab and open it from there.
  3. Open Microchip Studio and under File>Open>Open File for Debugging, enter the path to open the firmware.elf file. Name your Project and click next.
  4. Choose your chip (for me the AtMega2560) and confirm
  5. If all went well, a window should open showing various file paths. Quite probably, some files are reported missing. We will add them in the next step. Just confirm everything and continue
  6. On the right, you should now see a tab called β€œSolution Explorer” and an open solution. Right-click on the solution and choose Ad>NewSolutionFolder. Name your Folder src. Repeat this to create folders called include and ArduinoFiles. Now right-click the src folder and choose Add>ExistingItem. Now navigate to the src folder of the pio project you are trying to debug and mark all files and hit add. Do the same, but with the folder include. Now we need to add all the Arduino files. These are located under C:\Users\USERNAME\.platformio\packages\framework-arduino-avr\cores\arduino.
  7. Next, we need to tell Microchip studio what debugger we are using. Click on Debug>PROJECTNAME Properties and then navigate to Tool there select Atmel-ICE and JTAG as the interface. You can now close this window.
  8. Finally, open your main from the src folder we created and set a breakpoint on the first line of the main loop by clicking in the gray bar left of the code. Now to debug, hit the small green arrow in the toolbar. The project should build (this takes some time) and the start and halt where you set the breakpoint. All code should be recognized (no red squiggly lines, otherwise you forgot to include some files in step 6.) Now you can debug to your hearths content ! If this is not the case, check your wiring.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
  1. The files we added in step 6 are linked. That means if you change something here it gets changed in the original files so be careful!
  2. If you make changes to your code, you need to recompile and re-upload from PlatformIO. Atmel Studio should see some files changed and prompt you to do a reload. For some reason this throws an error message but so for I just hit ok and ignored it and everything seems to work as intended after.
  3. Here be links:
  4. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 1
  5. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 2
  6. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 3
Edited about a bazillion times to make reddit's version of markdown play ball...
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2023.06.02 12:36 Gladius_Illuminatus How to do on chip debugging on an Arduino, a tutorial

DISCLAIMER I am NOT the person in the YoutTube video thumbnail and this is NOT just a text version of said video. This is a tutorial I wrote and the video is just one of my sources. Sadly I cant make the thumbnail disappear on mobile...
Alright, so first things first. This is a follow-up to my original post, where I originally asked how to do what I’m about to explain to you. What that basically means is that I ain't no pro, and I’m sure there are better and more correct ways to do this, but dang it was a lot of work to figure this all out, so I’m hoping it helps someone somewhere down the line.
I originally needed to do some debugging on an Arduino Mega 2560 (A Controllino to be more specific, but that’s just a Mega in a PLC package) and β€œConventional” Arduino style serial Print debugging even while using some more advanced techniques like using #define to create Serial.print macros, using PlatformIO with the AVR Stub debugger or making use of the Better Serial Plotter was just not cutting it anymore. They are all nice, but for one reason or another did not quite cut it for me. Read my original post or the linked articles for more details. After asking the good folks of Reddit for help, I bought an ATMEL-ICE to do some JTAG debugging. In case you are not using a Mega like me, check the manufacturers website of your microcontroller. They will usually tell you if they support JTAG. Note that if you are using something other than an AVR chip, this process will be different. Andreas Spiess did a pretty good tutorial for other Chips like the popular ESP32.
Right enough talking let's get to the point.
PS Buckle up this is gonna be long and technical, and it already IS the TLDR; It took me two weeks and more curses and running to people for help who actually know what they are doing than I'd like to admit...
You will need:
  1. A microcontroller to debug (Arduino Mega 2560 in this example)
  2. PlatformIO (I use it with VS Code)
  3. Microchip Studio
  4. The ATMEL-ICE debugger (for some reason I could not find a local seller who would sell this to a private person. I could get one since this was for my day job, but I also saw some on the ol AliExpress and the Chinese ain’t picky about accepting someone’s money if they want to spend it, unlike Microchip...)
  5. Some jumper wires to hook it all up.
Once you installed all the software, it is time for step one:
Enabling on Chip debugging and JTAG because this is disabled by default.
IF you are using a stock Arduino board that has an ISP header (the six pins somewhere at the back of the board) do this:
  1. Take the ATMEL-ICE and connect the cable with the 6pole connector to the plug labeled β€œAVR”
  2. Connect the 6pole connector to the ISP header as shown in this tutorial
IF you are using some variant that does not have an ISP header
  1. Take the ATMEL-ICE and connect the cable with the labeled pins to the plug labeled β€œAVR”
  2. Connect the wires to your board as per page 21 of the ATMEL-ICE user guide
Now regardless of board follow these steps
  1. Plug in the ATMEL-ICE and your board so both have power. The ATMEL-ICE does NOT provide power to the board.
  2. Open Microchip Studio and go to Tools>Device Programming
  3. Choose the ATMEL-ICE for the Tool, your controller for device (for me 2560) and ISP for the Interface then hit apply.
  4. Now hit Read on the device signature. If all went well, you should now see an ID and a voltage up top and a new menu. If not check your wiring.
  5. Under Fuses set the following fuses to high
    a. JTAGEN
    b. BOOTRST
    c. OCDEN
    Then hit program.
  6. To make sure the fuses are set correctly, unplug your board, plug it back in and repeat steps 4-6. Under fuses you should now see those fuses set to HIGH when you read.
Great that’s the first part done now to connect the ATMEL-ICE in JTAG mode
  1. Search your microcontrollers datasheet until you find what pins are used for JTAG. In case of the Atmega2560 these can be found on page 85 of the datasheet.
  2. Now connect them to the corresponding pins of the ATMEL-ICE using the cable with the labeled pins plugged in to the AVR connector using the pinout on page 20 of the ATMEL-ICE user guide. For me this looked like this:
    a. ATMEL ICE Pin 1 (TCK) β†’ A4
    b. ATMEL ICE Pin 2 (GND) β†’ GND
    c. ATMEL ICE Pin 3 (TDO) β†’ A6
    d. ATMEL ICE Pin 4 (VCC) β†’ 5V
    e. ATMEL ICE Pin 5 (TMS) β†’ A5
    f. ATMEL ICE Pin 9 (TDI) β†’ A7
    I did not need the rest of the pins.
Now for the actual debugging:
  1. Compile the project you want to debug in PlatformIO, making sure you have set the following parameters in the platformio.ini
    a. "build_type = debug" This tells pio to build in debug mode
    b. "debug_build_flags = -g -ggdb -Og -Wl,-Map,output.map" These parameters make it so the resulting .elf file contains all the necessary information for debugging and also creates a map file with all linked files paths.
  2. Locate the resulting firmware.elf and copy the path. It should be under: YOUR_PROJECT_DIRECTORY\.pio\build\BOARD_NAME hint: you can right-click on the .pio directory in PlatformIO under the explorer tab and open it from there.
  3. Open Microchip Studio and under File>Open>Open File for Debugging, enter the path to open the firmware.elf file. Name your Project and click next.
  4. Choose your chip (for me the AtMega2560) and confirm
  5. If all went well, a window should open showing various file paths. Quite probably, some files are reported missing. We will add them in the next step. Just confirm everything and continue
  6. On the right, you should now see a tab called β€œSolution Explorer” and an open solution. Right-click on the solution and choose Ad>NewSolutionFolder. Name your Folder src. Repeat this to create folders called include and ArduinoFiles. Now right-click the src folder and choose Add>ExistingItem. Now navigate to the src folder of the pio project you are trying to debug and mark all files and hit add. Do the same, but with the folder include. Now we need to add all the Arduino files. These are located under C:\Users\USERNAME\.platformio\packages\framework-arduino-avr\cores\arduino.
  7. Next, we need to tell Microchip studio what debugger we are using. Click on Debug>PROJECTNAME Properties and then navigate to Tool there select Atmel-ICE and JTAG as the interface. You can now close this window.
  8. Finally, open your main from the src folder we created and set a breakpoint on the first line of the main loop by clicking in the gray bar left of the code. Now to debug, hit the small green arrow in the toolbar. The project should build (this takes some time) and the start and halt where you set the breakpoint. All code should be recognized (no red squiggly lines, otherwise you forgot to include some files in step 6.) Now you can debug to your hearths content ! If this is not the case, check your wiring.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
  1. The files we added in step 6 are linked. That means if you change something here it gets changed in the original files so be careful!
  2. If you make changes to your code, you need to recompile and re-upload from PlatformIO. Atmel Studio should see some files changed and prompt you to do a reload. For some reason this throws an error message but so for I just hit ok and ignored it and everything seems to work as intended after.
  3. Here be links:
  4. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 1
  5. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 2
  6. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 3
Edited about a bazillion times to make reddit's version of markdown play ball...
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