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Golf News - Before joining GOLF Jack spent two years working at a TV station in Bend Oregon primarily as Multimedia Journalist/reporter but also producing anchoring and even presenting the weather.

2023.04.02 11:42 alpha_bionics Golf News - Before joining GOLF Jack spent two years working at a TV station in Bend Oregon primarily as Multimedia Journalist/reporter but also producing anchoring and even presenting the weather.

GOLF DIGEST MAY EARN A PORTION OF SALES FROM PRODUCTS THAT ARE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR SITE AS PART OF OUR AFFILIATE PARTNERSHIPS WITH RETAILERS. She the outcome before she saw the splash. “Didn’t even come close to the green” she said. A Pennsylvania native Jack is a 2020 graduate of Penn State University earning degrees in broadcast journalism and political science. And when he’s not writing about ways to hit the golf ball farther and straighter the Milwaukee native is probably playing the game hitting the ball left right and short and drinking a cold beer to wash away his score. He can be reached at jack. [email protected]. com. Womens Am. Miss it and the last of her five-shot lead would be gone. “That putt on 15 was necessary for my confidence” Zhang said. They finished at 9-under 207. And then Bae’s hopes effectively ended on one swing. “I felt confident. To overcome everything I’m just super grateful to be here. ”Bae had no reason to think she had a chance trailing the No. “So I think that just being able to kind of get back on track that was my biggest feat today. ”Zhang closed with a 4-over 76 and got help at the end. Bae a senior at Georgia pulled her approach on No. - Alpha AI
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2023.04.02 06:06 Specialist_Pear1122 Found a baby deer skeleton. Mixed emotions. Heavy feelings.

Wanted to share an experience today, and would love any insights.
I live in Eugene, Oregon. It’s cold and rainy here right now. Today, I went on a hike around my mom’s property and found a fully decayed deer skeleton in the water. Without a second thought, I collected it. When I drove home with it in a box, I couldn’t stop sighing and pushing energy out of my body. As if I had a really bad day and needed to sigh it out of me. When I got home, my roommate was like “uh oh…”She’s from the deep woods of Kansas and spent years in the bayou. She said there’s old wise tales of fawns skeletons being a cursed energy if brought home, discovered, or touched. Not fully sure if I feel a curse coming in… but moreso heavy sadness for the animal. After some research and more thought, it was probably diseased because there are predators in the area that would have taken apart the fawn. Also, it being in water is a big sign of disease.
I naturally utilize many of protection tools for my daily life. Right this second, I’m feeling a huge inclination to cleanse it’s energy with my own protection spells and methods, then return it.
Currently having these visions:
Would love any insights. Do you have any methods I should incorporate to protect the animal and myself if there is a curse? Methods to protect the area in case of disease?
♥️ much love
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2023.04.02 05:16 starfield_pro Let's Be Real, Sam Adams Remastered Is GOOD

Lots of weird talk around this.
Sam Adams is alright but it tastes like a 1991 beer. And 80% of their variety beers taste half like Boston Lager which is weird because that means Boston Lager tastes like nothing else at all. Yes, that means one day there might and should be a Boston "Classic". But, here's the thing, the "remastered" is GOOD.
I'm a fan of Sam '76 actually, so maybe my opinion goes out the window immediately. Still, this is good stuff.
It's a very nice instance of a Pale Ale X Lager, which some people call a Pale Lager but that seems like it should be something else. American Pale Ale, in my opinion, outside of a properly made Cream Ale, is the quintessential American beer. Crap fake Pilsners and Rice Ales notwithstanding.
If you take a deep Oregon IPA like Ninkasi's Pacific Rain (which I drank on a cool cool rainy day in Eugene Oregon at "The Nile" once, and it was perfect for the setting), and say "this is a great American beer." Then add all the wild twists and elevations of that concept like the true Cascase "Red IPA" beers which go by dumb other names in other places, highlighting a product as inferior to the original. Outside of that, a pure Pale Ale, just a good half-hoppy, little sour pure Pale Ale is one of the best American contributions to the craft.
So take the remastered Sam which is half about an almost perfect Pale Ale, with a decent lager that's reminiscent of Sam original, but also just ordinary and fine, and this is great beer.
Complain all day. Yeah, the Boston Lager flavor is unique, but this is good stuff and a good direction, frankly, for American beer.
I guess I'm saying that it represents a moving away from the fake Pilsner model to the embrace of quality Pale Ale.
The next best, in fact quite better, version of this is the Yeungling Chesterfield. The "Chetty" has recently spread to my area and it's completely and utterly fantastic.
So let this trend continue. It's a good thing. The right kind of beer is spreading.
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2023.04.02 05:00 Catvac-u-um_adnase A teacher in Eugene School District (4J is a public K–12 school district that serves about 16,000 students in Eugene, Oregon) allegedly gave students this assignment to write a detailed paper about a sexual fantasy

A teacher in Eugene School District (4J is a public K–12 school district that serves about 16,000 students in Eugene, Oregon) allegedly gave students this assignment to write a detailed paper about a sexual fantasy submitted by Catvac-u-um_adnase to newtimes [link] [comments]

2023.04.01 23:08 safelyhq-com Power Outage - Kerby, Oregon - Golf course kerby or 9 am #poweroutage

Golf course kerby or 9 am
Read full report here
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2023.04.01 21:44 dumbinick- My cousin caught this frog around Eugene, Oregon

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2023.04.01 21:02 brawler0422 I found this 1997 article about Hauppauge. Do you think it still rings true?

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2023.04.01 20:38 vcrmaster1 Iddle-Widdle, Miss Eva belly

Miniature Dachshund, cinnamon color (has what we called, in white: her Star Trek Symbol, haha). Loved to chase afted a golf ball hit with an actual club, among other things. I miss her, she passed away October 2022. 💙
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2023.04.01 14:14 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in OR Hiring Now!

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Camp Fire Columbia Before and After-School Program Lead West Linn
Satellite Shelters Material Handler Wilsonville
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DCA Outdoor Inc Grower Banks
Life Care Center of Coos Bay Registered Occupational Therapist (OT) Coos Bay
Samaritan Health Services Clinical Care Manager I - RN Corvallis
Lane Community College Faculty - Dental Hygiene Eugene
Caring Places Management Noc Caregiver Lincoln City
Freres Wood Scarf Line Operator- 4 Positions Lyons
Life Care Center of McMinnville Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) McMinnville
The Oregon Clinic Medical Assistants (Multiple Openings) Portland
New Perspectives Center Licensed Mental Health Therapist (LPC, LCSW, LMFT) Salem
GFP Enterprises, LLC Firefighter Type 1 Sisters
McKenzie Willamette Medical Center Physical Therapist - Acute Care - Full Time Springfield
Kelly Services Packaging Operator Springfield
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings , feel free to comment here if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.04.01 06:15 TExit7802 I got this notice for "Mandatory City Hose Audit" for tomorrow. Is this what I pay taxes for? Or am I missing something?

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2023.04.01 02:55 hostawiththemosta This hangs in the downstairs beer bar at the wow hall in Eugene, Oregon.

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2023.04.01 02:03 Christopherataylor Elon Musk Returns from Mars, Disappointed: "It Was Boring Up There"

In a shocking turn of events, tech billionaire Elon Musk has returned to Earth after a brief visit to Mars, revealing that he found the Red Planet to be "boring" and "not worth the hype."
Musk, who has long been an advocate for space travel and colonization, made the journey to Mars aboard his company SpaceX's Starship spacecraft. However, upon landing on the barren planet's surface, he quickly realized that there was little to do or see.
"It was just a bunch of rocks and dust, to be honest," Musk said in a press conference following his return. "I was expecting some cool alien landscapes or something, but it was all just...meh."
Musk went on to explain that he had brought a number of recreational activities with him, including books, video games, and even a miniature golf course. However, none of these were able to hold his attention for long.
"I thought maybe I could at least catch up on some reading or beat a few levels of Mario Kart," he said. "But after a while, it all just felt pointless. There was no one to share the experience with, and nothing to really connect with emotionally."
Musk's comments have sparked a mixed response from the scientific community, with some applauding his honesty and others criticizing his lack of appreciation for the significance of his journey.
"Elon's experience may not have been what he expected, but that doesn't mean it was boring or insignificant," said astrophysicist Dr. Jane Park. "The fact that he was able to travel to Mars at all is a major milestone for human achievement."
Despite the controversy, Musk remains undeterred in his mission to explore and colonize other planets. He has already set his sights on Venus and the moons of Jupiter as potential destinations for future trips.
"I may have been bored on Mars, but that doesn't mean I'm giving up on space travel," Musk said. "There's a whole universe out there waiting to be explored, and I'm just getting started."
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2023.03.31 22:09 daddydemon1234 52 [M4F] #Eugene, Oregon. Older man for younger woman

Older man looking for someone younger to sext with. Some of my kinks include giving punishments and tasks, raceplay, redheads, pregnancy, exhibitionists, age gaps, naughty roleplays, etc. Tell me what gets your pussy wet. Contact info is on my profile. Love women who like to show off.
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2023.03.31 21:59 ipockolyptic Comedy Shows

Comedy Shows
Tonight and Tomorrow at Craft!
TONIGHT (Friday, 3/31): Stand Up - Strip Down Local comics become "Strip Jokers" by taking off their clothes and baring their souls. Comedians on stage will have to take off an article of clothing every minute or so. (Pasties and Undies required, obviously. The amount of skin shown is up to each performer) You are welcome to throw paper money on stage during the performances. (No Coins, Please.) So, stop by the bank and get those dollar bills!
TOMORROW (Saturday, 4/1): Comedy @ Craft - Bert Walpack Bert Walpack is a comedian from New Jersey. He is a tall, gray haired, lanky, waspy, father of three who runs a dental practice during the day but keeps his smoldering comedy career alive at night. Now living in Eugene, Oregon he performs throughout the Pacific Northwest. He likes to tell jokes about what it is like to hold needles and drills in people's mouth. Bert has opened for Craig Gass, Toddn Barry and Steve Hofstetter. He has also performed in the Bricks and Bridges Comedy Festival, Portland Maine Comedy Festival and the DB Cooper Comedy Festival.
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2023.03.31 20:57 ThisMyGAFSAccount What kind of balls do they use at miniature/putt putt golf courses?

Hey all, complete noob to this sub. Tried searching this question, but the Reddit search function is dog ass. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone knew what type of golf balls they use at minigolf/putt putt courses? They're almost like a bouncy ball, they bounce like 1.5x higher than a regular golf ball when just dropped from shoulder height. They seem like they're more hollow(?) or have some sort of coating to give them their more bounciness. We're building a little minigolf course in the backyard for my niece and nephew and want to get those instead of the regular ones.
Any help greatly appreciated! Thanks guys!(:
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2023.03.31 07:03 Sbbarnett Too late to teach an old dog new tricks?

I’m not sure what I’m looking for here, just some input I guess.

5 years ago, 2 weeks after returning home from a trip to Oregon where we were scouting out areas around Eugene to move to, I woke up and my wife was nowhere to be found. I thought that maybe she had went shopping with friends. A couple hours later the doorbell rang and there were two cops on my doorstep. My wife had been found in a hotel room surrounded by vodka bottles (she was a recovering alcoholic), fentanyl packages and oxycodone prescription bottles (I’m a chronic pain sufferer). There was no note, no warning signs, no indication… nothing.

I leave the house every 2 weeks to pick up groceries, my pain dr once a month and my endocrinologist every 3 months. Other than that I don’t really get out. I’ve seen my stepdaughters 4 times since the funeral. TBH, I haven’t showered in 5 years, I’m either sleeping or sitting in front of the tv. I do have a German Shepherd puppy for company but she doesn’t like to talk a whole lot.

I know deep down that I should probably be in therapy but at this point leaving the house seems like too much of a bother. I’m 53 years old, been disabled since 2007 and don’t really see the point.
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