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2020.10.27 16:30 Squagem Www live video xxx

Hey /jobbit! I'm Marc and I design SaaS sites that turn traffic into subscribers. If you are (1) experiencing a conversion issue on your site, or (2) think that visitors are leaving prematurely and you want to stop that, then let's talk.
Having done this for about 7 years now, I've learned what works and what doesn't -- I'd love to put that experience to work for you.
First, some credentials:

Just look at that site...mmmm.
Past Work Here's a bit of my past work...
Company My Role Design Image URL
SafeSend Software UX Only via Imgur Link
BizNews UI/UX Design via Imgur Link
Cointree UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Reach Cambridge UX Only via Imgur via Behance
Climbpal UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Here's everything at once on my Behance.
Pricing I do pricing a little differently than most: I'll give you a fixed price up front for the project.
This tends to be better for both me and clients for 2 reasons:
  • You know exactly how much you'll be paying before you buy.
  • We can focus less on things like "how long will this take", and more on "how can we solve this problem"
If you'd like to work with me, feel free to grab 15-mins to see if we're a good fit.
This call lasts about 1 hour, and most projects land in the $xx,xxx range.
(Since pricing is such a big concern for folks, I've got a dedicated page to explain how it all works: https://clarityfirst.co/my-process/pricing/)
My Secret Sauce I have a tried and true process from getting you from "my site is giving me problems" to "our customers can't get enough of our product"...
  1. The Clarity Call: We drill down and see what actually needs to be done and determine if there’s a good fit between us.
  2. Discovery: I’ll immerse myself in your business, soaking up everything I can about your company and (more importantly) your customers.
  3. Implementation: If you want me to implement my suggestions, I’ll first design any changes in a prototyping tool, and get it in-front of customers so we can validate the ideas.
  4. Aftercare: Once my changes are live, I’ll continue to A/B test until we’ve really dialed everything in juuuuust right (Goldilocks style).
You can learn more about my process (now with videos!) on my website.
My Ideal Project If I haven't said this enough already, I specialize exclusively in designing SaaS sites that turn traffic into customers.
Typically, this includes...
  • Doing a whole bunch of customer discovery (interviews, mostly).
  • Rebuilding your on-boarding flow (if it makes sense).
  • Refactoring your site copy to make the messaging simpler (and resonate with customers).
  • Redesigning the site experience, if it seems to be getting in the way.
My design style leans on building clean & simple experiences that remove the hoops your customers have to jump through to start doing business with you.
What makes me unique? Here's 3 strengths of mine that set me apart:
  1. I don't prescribe solutions until I fully understand the problem. Sometimes this takes a few days, sometimes weeks. Nonetheless, it has to be done and it's shocking to me that this is omitted so often.
  2. Radical honesty -- I won't shy away from having frank and meaningful conversations about the problems you're facing.
  3. I have a superpower that helps me explain complex ideas in simple language that humans can understand.
In a nutshell, every pixel we build together will be aligned with specific business goals that we'll define together, after I've got a deep understanding of the problem you're facing.
My main weakness: I'm a hopeless neurotic when it comes to details. Although this helps me criticize my own work, oftentimes I can overcomplicate otherwise simple solutions.
I'm also allergic to gluten.
Other Questions? Check out my faq here for the answers to the most commonly-asked questions.
Getting in Touch If you'd like to work with me, shoot me a DM here on Reddit, or grab 15 mins with me to see if we're a good fit.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
-Marc
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2020.10.27 16:30 Squagem Www live video xxx

Hey /freelance_forhire! I'm Marc and I design SaaS sites that turn traffic into subscribers. If you are (1) experiencing a conversion issue on your site, or (2) think that visitors are leaving prematurely and you want to stop that, then let's talk.
Having done this for about 7 years now, I've learned what works and what doesn't -- I'd love to put that experience to work for you.
First, some credentials:

Just look at that site...mmmm.
Past Work Here's a bit of my past work...
Company My Role Design Image URL
SafeSend Software UX Only via Imgur Link
BizNews UI/UX Design via Imgur Link
Cointree UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Reach Cambridge UX Only via Imgur via Behance
Climbpal UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Here's everything at once on my Behance.
Pricing I do pricing a little differently than most: I'll give you a fixed price up front for the project.
This tends to be better for both me and clients for 2 reasons:
  • You know exactly how much you'll be paying before you buy.
  • We can focus less on things like "how long will this take", and more on "how can we solve this problem"
If you'd like to work with me, feel free to grab 15-mins to see if we're a good fit.
This call lasts about 1 hour, and most projects land in the $xx,xxx range.
(Since pricing is such a big concern for folks, I've got a dedicated page to explain how it all works: https://clarityfirst.co/my-process/pricing/)
My Secret Sauce I have a tried and true process from getting you from "my site is giving me problems" to "our customers can't get enough of our product"...
  1. The Clarity Call: We drill down and see what actually needs to be done and determine if there’s a good fit between us.
  2. Discovery: I’ll immerse myself in your business, soaking up everything I can about your company and (more importantly) your customers.
  3. Implementation: If you want me to implement my suggestions, I’ll first design any changes in a prototyping tool, and get it in-front of customers so we can validate the ideas.
  4. Aftercare: Once my changes are live, I’ll continue to A/B test until we’ve really dialed everything in juuuuust right (Goldilocks style).
You can learn more about my process (now with videos!) on my website.
My Ideal Project If I haven't said this enough already, I specialize exclusively in designing SaaS sites that turn traffic into customers.
Typically, this includes...
  • Doing a whole bunch of customer discovery (interviews, mostly).
  • Rebuilding your on-boarding flow (if it makes sense).
  • Refactoring your site copy to make the messaging simpler (and resonate with customers).
  • Redesigning the site experience, if it seems to be getting in the way.
My design style leans on building clean & simple experiences that remove the hoops your customers have to jump through to start doing business with you.
What makes me unique? Here's 3 strengths of mine that set me apart:
  1. I don't prescribe solutions until I fully understand the problem. Sometimes this takes a few days, sometimes weeks. Nonetheless, it has to be done and it's shocking to me that this is omitted so often.
  2. Radical honesty -- I won't shy away from having frank and meaningful conversations about the problems you're facing.
  3. I have a superpower that helps me explain complex ideas in simple language that humans can understand.
In a nutshell, every pixel we build together will be aligned with specific business goals that we'll define together, after I've got a deep understanding of the problem you're facing.
My main weakness: I'm a hopeless neurotic when it comes to details. Although this helps me criticize my own work, oftentimes I can overcomplicate otherwise simple solutions.
I'm also allergic to gluten.
Other Questions? Check out my faq here for the answers to the most commonly-asked questions.
Getting in Touch If you'd like to work with me, shoot me a DM here on Reddit, or grab 15 mins with me to see if we're a good fit.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
-Marc
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2020.10.20 16:30 Squagem Video xxx www live

Hey /jobbit! I'm Marc and I design SaaS sites that turn traffic into subscribers. If you are (1) experiencing a conversion issue on your site, or (2) think that visitors are leaving prematurely and you want to stop that, then let's talk.
Having done this for about 7 years now, I've learned what works and what doesn't -- I'd love to put that experience to work for you.
First, some credentials:

Just look at that site...mmmm.
Past Work Here's a bit of my past work...
Company My Role Design Image URL
SafeSend Software UX Only via Imgur Link
BizNews UI/UX Design via Imgur Link
Cointree UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Reach Cambridge UX Only via Imgur via Behance
Climbpal UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Here's everything at once on my Behance.
Pricing I do pricing a little differently than most: I'll give you a fixed price up front for the project.
This tends to be better for both me and clients for 2 reasons:
  • You know exactly how much you'll be paying before you buy.
  • We can focus less on things like "how long will this take", and more on "how can we solve this problem"
If you'd like to work with me, feel free to grab 15-mins to see if we're a good fit.
This call lasts about 1 hour, and most projects land in the $xx,xxx range.
(Since pricing is such a big concern for folks, I've got a dedicated page to explain how it all works: https://clarityfirst.co/my-process/pricing/)
My Secret Sauce I have a tried and true process from getting you from "my site is giving me problems" to "our customers can't get enough of our product"...
  1. The Clarity Call: We drill down and see what actually needs to be done and determine if there’s a good fit between us.
  2. Discovery: I’ll immerse myself in your business, soaking up everything I can about your company and (more importantly) your customers.
  3. Implementation: If you want me to implement my suggestions, I’ll first design any changes in a prototyping tool, and get it in-front of customers so we can validate the ideas.
  4. Aftercare: Once my changes are live, I’ll continue to A/B test until we’ve really dialed everything in juuuuust right (Goldilocks style).
You can learn more about my process (now with videos!) on my website.
My Ideal Project If I haven't said this enough already, I specialize exclusively in designing SaaS sites that turn traffic into customers.
Typically, this includes...
  • Doing a whole bunch of customer discovery (interviews, mostly).
  • Rebuilding your on-boarding flow (if it makes sense).
  • Refactoring your site copy to make the messaging simpler (and resonate with customers).
  • Redesigning the site experience, if it seems to be getting in the way.
My design style leans on building clean & simple experiences that remove the hoops your customers have to jump through to start doing business with you.
What makes me unique? Here's 3 strengths of mine that set me apart:
  1. I don't prescribe solutions until I fully understand the problem. Sometimes this takes a few days, sometimes weeks. Nonetheless, it has to be done and it's shocking to me that this is omitted so often.
  2. Radical honesty -- I won't shy away from having frank and meaningful conversations about the problems you're facing.
  3. I have a superpower that helps me explain complex ideas in simple language that humans can understand.
In a nutshell, every pixel we build together will be aligned with specific business goals that we'll define together, after I've got a deep understanding of the problem you're facing.
My main weakness: I'm a hopeless neurotic when it comes to details. Although this helps me criticize my own work, oftentimes I can overcomplicate otherwise simple solutions.
I'm also allergic to gluten.
Other Questions? Check out my faq here for the answers to the most commonly-asked questions.
Getting in Touch If you'd like to work with me, shoot me a DM here on Reddit, or grab 15 mins with me to see if we're a good fit.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
-Marc
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2020.10.20 16:30 Squagem [For Hire] I design SaaS sites that turn traffic into subscribers.

Hey /freelance_forhire! I'm Marc and I design SaaS sites that turn traffic into subscribers. If you are (1) experiencing a conversion issue on your site, or (2) think that visitors are leaving prematurely and you want to stop that, then let's talk.
Having done this for about 7 years now, I've learned what works and what doesn't -- I'd love to put that experience to work for you.
First, some credentials:

Just look at that site...mmmm.
Past Work Here's a bit of my past work...
Company My Role Design Image URL
SafeSend Software UX Only via Imgur Link
BizNews UI/UX Design via Imgur Link
Cointree UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Reach Cambridge UX Only via Imgur via Behance
Climbpal UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Here's everything at once on my Behance.
Pricing I do pricing a little differently than most: I'll give you a fixed price up front for the project.
This tends to be better for both me and clients for 2 reasons:
  • You know exactly how much you'll be paying before you buy.
  • We can focus less on things like "how long will this take", and more on "how can we solve this problem"
If you'd like to work with me, feel free to grab 15-mins to see if we're a good fit.
This call lasts about 1 hour, and most projects land in the $xx,xxx range.
(Since pricing is such a big concern for folks, I've got a dedicated page to explain how it all works: https://clarityfirst.co/my-process/pricing/)
My Secret Sauce I have a tried and true process from getting you from "my site is giving me problems" to "our customers can't get enough of our product"...
  1. The Clarity Call: We drill down and see what actually needs to be done and determine if there’s a good fit between us.
  2. Discovery: I’ll immerse myself in your business, soaking up everything I can about your company and (more importantly) your customers.
  3. Implementation: If you want me to implement my suggestions, I’ll first design any changes in a prototyping tool, and get it in-front of customers so we can validate the ideas.
  4. Aftercare: Once my changes are live, I’ll continue to A/B test until we’ve really dialed everything in juuuuust right (Goldilocks style).
You can learn more about my process (now with videos!) on my website.
My Ideal Project If I haven't said this enough already, I specialize exclusively in designing SaaS sites that turn traffic into customers.
Typically, this includes...
  • Doing a whole bunch of customer discovery (interviews, mostly).
  • Rebuilding your on-boarding flow (if it makes sense).
  • Refactoring your site copy to make the messaging simpler (and resonate with customers).
  • Redesigning the site experience, if it seems to be getting in the way.
My design style leans on building clean & simple experiences that remove the hoops your customers have to jump through to start doing business with you.
What makes me unique? Here's 3 strengths of mine that set me apart:
  1. I don't prescribe solutions until I fully understand the problem. Sometimes this takes a few days, sometimes weeks. Nonetheless, it has to be done and it's shocking to me that this is omitted so often.
  2. Radical honesty -- I won't shy away from having frank and meaningful conversations about the problems you're facing.
  3. I have a superpower that helps me explain complex ideas in simple language that humans can understand.
In a nutshell, every pixel we build together will be aligned with specific business goals that we'll define together, after I've got a deep understanding of the problem you're facing.
My main weakness: I'm a hopeless neurotic when it comes to details. Although this helps me criticize my own work, oftentimes I can overcomplicate otherwise simple solutions.
I'm also allergic to gluten.
Other Questions? Check out my faq here for the answers to the most commonly-asked questions.
Getting in Touch If you'd like to work with me, shoot me a DM here on Reddit, or grab 15 mins with me to see if we're a good fit.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
-Marc
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2020.10.20 04:30 throwawayaracehorse The Massacre at Crybaby Bridge: An Oral History - Finale and Aftermath

The following is the conclusion of my senior capstone for my journalism degree. I sought out to explore the truth behind a local legend in my hometown. My professor rejected the original draft due to its disturbing and unbelievable nature, even though everyone I spoke to claims they're telling the truth. The previous parts are available here:
Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5 - Part 6 - Part 7
PART 8
BOB SCHROEDER, LOCAL HISTORIAN: The Massacre at Crybaby Bridge will live on in the annals of Somerset history and lore. Like all local legends, it’s not immune to thegossip and embellishments that are inevitable in a rural town the size of Somerset.
The state news covered it for about a week and it barely made a blip in the national news headlines. The nation was too caught up with coverage of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. There was also an effort by many members of the community to suppress the story. They didn’t want the travesty to be the only thing the town was known for.
STEPHEN PARKER: How much fight could I possibly have left? How much adrenaline did I have in reserve? I know that a certain point that death might come as relief. I would no longer have to feel scared for my life.
I wasn’t ready yet.
We rounded the side of the house. There was a barn out back, old and wooden. Completely dark. An old truck was parked next to the barn. Maybe it was open. Maybe it would have the keys in it. Nick headed straight for it. I followed. “Need...to...catch my breath,” he gasped. “Me too,” I agreed.
DAVID NEAL, SHERIFF, MOMADAY COUNTY: The Loveless property was a massacre in its own right. That place alone might be the kind of crime scene that sticks with you for years. Five dead at the scene and in all of those different manners.
STEPHEN PARKER: The doors to the truck were locked. We darted to the inside of the barn. We couldn’t hear anything from behind us, no signs we had been seen or followed. It was really dark in there and as my eyes adjusted I could see a tractor parked dead center of the barn and smell the musty scent of dust and hay.
There was a loft towards the back of the barn that was loaded with bales of hay. A ladder led up to it and in the back of the loft under the angle of the barn’s roof was an open window.
“Let’s hide up there, catch our breath,” Nick said, pointing. Looking back it seems like such a rookie horror movie mistake.
The loft was warm and stuffy and Nick quickly piled up a few bales for us to hide behind. We lied on our bellies like soldiers in a foxhole, peeking through a crack in our alfalfa barricade, waiting for the enemy.
DAVID NEAL, SHERIFF, MOMADAY COUNTY: The first body we encountered was Floyd Loveless. He was deceased on the porch with an extensive penetrating neck injury.
JOEY KESSLER, LOCAL RESIDENT, FARMER**:** They were confused as to what to do with that ol’ gal with the blade in her back. Everyone was afraid to move it. I got creative while they was twiddling their thumbs and waiting on the helicopter. I rushed back with my cutting torch and cut it down close enough to her back.
SKYE BRIGGS: What else could I do but pray? I’d never done it much before, but I sure as hell was right then.
STEPHEN PARKER: The mind of a teenager is not a rational thing. I don’t know what I was thinking. My best friend had just been brutally killed and I had seen it, seen him staggering around in his final throes before he collapsed. All of the others, too.
Maybe stress had done crazy things to my mind. Maybe the adrenaline and survival instinct had made it impossible for me to feel any sort of grief.
It felt like we were up in that loft a long time. I guess it was the silence that made it feel that way. All that I know is that I felt safe in that moment despite all that had happened, the dark all around, the warmth. It felt like there would never be another one.
I could feel Nick’s body rising and falling beside me, his heavy respirations slowing as he caught his breath. I could feel his warmth in the crisp autumn air and smell his sweat and cologne.
In the dark it was like we were anywhere else.
I whispered his name.
“Yeah,” he whispered back, and his face was close to mine as he turned. I took it in my hand and right there in that dusty, hay filled barn, I leaned in to kiss him.
The mind of a teenager is not a rational thing.
DAVID NEAL, SHERIFF, MOMADAY COUNTY: Around the backside of the house we found the second body. A decapitation had occurred.
STEPHEN PARKER: He didn’t turn away right away, didn’t shove me off in a fit of disgust. For a second he let me, I think. I could feel his lips and mouth and then he pulled away.
“Stephen. C’mon man. A bunch of people are dead.”
“Oh. Yeah. You’re right.”
He gave me a pat on the back and then whispered, “I’ve got a plan. If he comes here we can go out the window. It’s a twelve foot drop. We’ll just hang off the side and let go. Bet we could do it pretty quietly.”
Before we could discuss any more there was a scream.
DAVID NEAL, SHERIFF, MOMADAY COUNTY: It was presumed that Mrs. Lorraine Loveless had come out to check on her husband, encountered the perpetrator, and fled to the backside of the house.
STEPHEN PARKER: It was a woman’s voice, screaming “Floyd! Floyd!” and then these kinds of yelps that started sounding closer and then nothing.
DAVID NEAL: Next it was presumed that Shaun Loveless, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loveless that lived on the property in a fifth wheel camper trailer, attempted to subdue the suspect. His body was found nearby with a twelve-gauge pump action shotgun that was empty of shells. There was blunt trauma to the head with gray matter in the nearby grass accompanied with massive blood loss.
STEPHEN PARKER: After a little while we heard the angry shouts of a man, followed by several gunshots. From our vantage point, this seemed to be coming from a direction away from the house. Nick’s eyes got big. We inched backwards towards the window, but then he stopped, looked at me.
“I’m through running,” he said. His face was serious. “He’s just gonna keep coming and coming and more innocent people are gonna get caught up in it. I’ve got an idea.”
I could only stammer out a “What?”
“Stay here,” he said and gave me a smile. “Go out the window if things get too hairy.”
SKYE BRIGGS: They say the explosion could be heard for miles. I certainly heard it.
STEPHEN PARKER: Nick slithered down the ladder, disappeared in the shadows below me. I waited. So much for my heart rate going back to normal. It beat rapidly in anticipation and I felt close to pissing myself as I feared the worst to come.
STEPHEN PARKER: I still get nightmares where I’m at the end of a long hallway. There’s a door on the other end and it opens. I see that figure, that face, the one that had now appeared in the wide doorway of the barn. It was as close a look at him as I’d been able to get so far. His eyes were dark dead pits in the middle of an expressionless face. I could see now that he wore some type of mask over the top half of his face. His head was sleek and without hair. There were several bleeding holes scattered around his torso, blood oozing from them and not appearing to slow him down in any capacity. In his hands he wielded a T-post. Whether it was the same one he had used before or another I don’t know. It looked wet. Something dripped from its sharp edge.
DAVID NEAL: We arrived on the scene after the explosion. In fact, several of the deputies en route to the area heard it.
STEPHEN PARKER: That motherfucker looked up at me. The tractor roared to life, the diesel engine revving, the gears grinded as the clutch was popped and it lurched forward. It had a front end loader on its front-- basically like this bulldozer kind of thing. It slammed into Big Baby. He didn’t fall underneath it, he withstood the blow, caught it right in his arms and managed to push back on his feet against it. The engine struggled and the throttle roared and Nick sat behind the wheel.
Big Baby managed to skitter back a few feet, but the tractor kept coming for him and soon they both were well out of the barn. Nick maneuvered the levers and tilted the front end loader’s bucket to keep Big Baby on his heels. I slid down the ladder and ducked my head out of the barn’s doorway to watch the outcome.
The last steps took place in a matter of fast forward, before I could truly comprehend what was going on. Big Baby’s arms were bloody and he hung onto the bucket of the front end loader, attempting to pull himself up. His feet hung above the ground. It seemed his goal was climb onto the arms and leap at Nick if he had the chance.
He wasn’t quick enough.
Nick shifted gears and the tractor revved forward to a utility line pole to the left of the house. Sitting next to that pole was the shiny silver of a propane tank, one of those that are shaped like a pill and the size of a house.
I yelled for Nick to look out, yelled for him to jump off, as if gunning straight for that tank hadn’t been his plan all along. As if he didn’t know the stakes.
As if he didn’t know exactly what he was doing.
There was the collision of metal on a body and then the sound of grinding metal as the corner of the bucket pierced the tank. The gas hissed as it escaped and I saw Nick stand up in his seat and fish around in his pocket. He was pretty far away, but I could make out his hand movements as a flame appeared in his hand, the flame from a Zippo lighter.
JOEY KESSLER: I heard that explosion and I thought, “what now?”
IRENE MYRTLE, LOCAL RESIDENT: I thought the good Lord was coming down to get us. The rapture y’know?
TERESA RUSSEL, 911 OPERATOR: The calls started coming in left and right, first the injuries and then about the explosion and all in this particular part of the county. It was mayhem for a while. Busiest night I ever worked.
EDDIE DUNN: LOCAL RESIDENT, UNEMPLOYED: I thought it was them damn terrorists, myself. Heard they might try and strike a little place like the Somerset area on account of all our oil wells and the like. Had even seen some A-rabs at the truck stop recently.
STEPHEN PARKER: If this is a feel-good action movie, if I’m the one writing the screenplay, then Nick turns his back right as he throws the lighter. He does a running leap off the back of the tractor just as the propane tank explodes. The fireball propels him forward, singing the back of his shirt and head and that’s it. He lands in the grass and I run to him and I say, “Looks like you got out just in the Nick of time.” We both laugh and embrace. End scene.
But that’s not what happened no matter how much I look back and try and rewrite it in my mind. What happened was he managed to do a half turn before the tank exploded and the flames engulfed him.
Through the smoldering rubble and debris I found his body and rolled him over and it was clear that there would be no happy ending for us. No final words. Just an embrace followed by me scrambling into the house, finding a phone, dialing 911.
That was it.
SOMERSET REGISTER 10/xx/2003, FRONT PAGE: MULTIPLE VICTIMS IN KILLING SPREE SATURDAY NIGHT, SUSPECT DECEASED AT SCENE, TEENAGER REMAINS IN CRITICAL CONDITION
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AFTERMATH
SKYE BRIGGS: What we went through only made me stronger. I hate that it happened and I’m not trying to say I’m ultimately glad that it happened or anything like that. I guess what I’m saying is that after you go through something so terrible, it really puts everything into perspective y’know? All your insecurities, all your fears--surviving something like that, they’re nothing in comparison. Besides, I’m only living the life that I think Hailey would want me to. My new confidence or whatever is a testament to her. I mean if you look at what she’s gone through, it’s the least I could do. I think she’s proud of me, but I’m even more proud of her. I could only hope to be fifteen percent of what she is and has always been.
HAILEY ADAMS: That’s something I speak about at my engagements. How even still after all this time and what I’ve remade myself into, there’s still people that speak from the perspective that I’ve had my life ruined or whatever. I don’t look at it that way. Were there times I got down about what I had lost?
Hell yeah. I got pretty low on several occasions. In the end I looked at it as my life was headed in one direction and then this happened and it swerved to this other direction.
The extent of Hailey Adams’s injuries was significant. She was medflighted to the University Hospital, the state’s only Level One trauma center, where she underwent an eight hour surgery. In the end she was left with a spinal cord injury that left her with paraplegia.
Her disability was only the beginning of her journey, however. After rehabilitation and high school graduation she attended college and received her teaching certificate where she became a cheer coach and special education teacher for a number of years. She would later become an advocate for those with disabilities and became quite active on the motivational speech circuit. She has signed a book deal with Simon and Schuster for the publication of her memoir.
She is married and has two children.
STEPHEN PARKER: Back when I would get those emails from Dylan about him and Nick hanging out and I would get this uncomfortable feeling I didn’t quite understand. Later, I would be able to put a name to that feeling: jealousy.
I wished it was me hanging out with Nick instead of him, sweating in that barn and playing guitar, his jawline and the look in his eyes while he played and got lost in the music. I would imagine it would get hot and there and we would have to take off our shirts and then who knows what would happen. It was a fantasy I returned to often and it left me feeling guilty and ashamed. I tried to suppress it.
I didn’t come out for many years after. I grew up going to church and church camps and all that stuff and I guess I suppressed a lot of stuff, y’know? Grew up hearing the word “f-g” and “fxxgot” tossed around. There was lots of denial and confusion. For the longest time, I thought that the death of Nick and everything we’d been through was a punishment for being gay.
SKYE BRIGGS: Steve and I? Yeah, we ended up dating for a while. A long while actually. Going through that event together really made us closer. How could it not? We would go visit Hailey at the hospital together. We would recommend music to each other. My dad, he would teach Steve guitar. He was my date to Junior Prom and we even went to Senior Prom together as friends.
If you had told me before that night all of this, it would’ve seemed like a dream come true. After a while though I realized something was up. I had no qualms or hang ups about sex before marriage and when we got to that point in the relationship I noticed something was...off. Like he wasn’t totally into me that way? I mean I tried to convince myself otherwise and he would swear up and down that he was, but there was a drunken night in his den our senior year when we went out to the alley to look up at the night sky and he broke down and confessed.
STEPHEN PARKER: I could trust Skye. It was finally time for me to tell someone, but I asked her to keep it secret. We continued to fake it for a while and eventually broke up. We still keep in touch pretty regularly, although it’s been hard in recent years.
Skye Briggs became the front woman to an alternative rock band. They performed at Vans Warped Tour, SXSW, and ACL Music Festival among others over the years. They had several mild crossover hits including songs featured in various soundtracks for television and movies that you have most likely heard.
She is twice divorced and has a daughter and when not parenting she can be found working on her solo musical career. Her debut solo album is set to release next year.
BOB SCHROEDER, LOCAL HISTORIAN: Why does such a tale captivate us? It is a classic tale with much in common with the slasher genre of films from the horror section of the video rental store. There are teens to be sacrificed, bodies to be collected, scores to be paid, and lessons to be learned. Except in this tale, I’m not sure that there is a moral or lesson to be learned.
STEPHEN PARKER: A moral? A lesson to be learned? Stay home, I guess. Wrap yourself up in bubble wrap and never go outside.
BOB SCHROEDER: Teenagers as a cautionary tale is an old concept. They are the bridges to adulthood, yet we’ve used them over the years for various ends. They are young and dumb and full of come. Or is it piss and vinegar? I can’t remember.
They are nine foot tall and bullet-proof. Or so they think. We use this to our advantage, get them to join our wars and fight for us. They will storm that hill without a second thought and we like them for that. The thirty year old might have second thoughts about it.
We give them 2 ton hunks of steel, death machines capable of reaching speeds of 120 MPH. We give them cell phones to check in with us, knowing full well that they are distracting and likely to increase the chance of a wreck. We cross our fingers and hope for the best.
We send them to school with bullet-proof backpacks and contingency plans for school shooters. We haven’t figured out a better solution.
Our teens are lambs to the slaughter. Always have been. (shrugs shoulders) Eh, but most of them make it out ok.
STEPHEN PARKER: I mentioned earlier that I had found myself back in Somerset years down the road. I mentioned that it brought the emotions roaring back. I found myself in the park and I got out and it was mostly empty, but I was under this row of giant sycamore trees, and I walked around a little until it hit me like a sledgehammer to the gut.
I just broke down and wept. I wept for my past. I wept for Nick and Dylan. I wept for what could’ve been.
BOB SCHROEDER: The other thing about slashers is that they often feature the common trope of the killer getting away. The killer is out there, not quite dead, waiting to return again.
STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION NOTES, OCT 2003: A body from the state medical examiner’s office has been reported missing. The body of the John Doe believed to be responsible for the numerous deaths in Somerset has vanished from the lab site. If you have any information regarding this please contact us at (XXX) XXX-XXXX.
STEPHEN PARKER: I mentioned before about pivotal moments and I’ve thought of another. It’s one that I keep coming back to, a moment outside of all of the trauma. Something warm. Something comforting. In spite of everything that happened, I’m glad that I have this.
Let me set the scene. We’re heading out to Buster’s and we’re all a little giddy. Dylan, he says, “Look at us, just a regular bunch of Breakfast Club motherfuckers up in here.”
HAILEY: Oh really? Why’s that?
DYLAN: It’s an unlikely crew is all I’m saying.
HAILEY: Oh, because I thought you were saying its like all of us fit into a bunch of cliched roles. Are you saying that I’m the cheerleader and Nick’s the jock? What does that make Stephen and Skye?
NICK: I ain’t no jock.
SKYE: Wait, are you saying I’m the weird girl?
STEPHEN: No way in hell you’re the rebel, Nick. You’re the geeky dude.
DYLAN: Look, can we just drop it? How about we’re the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or Justice League or something?
Just then, Nick starts to sing the chorus of that song from the movie, “Hey! Hey! Hey! Don’t you...forget about me…” And before you know it it was like a goddamn singalong, the whole truck singing along.
So this was another pivotal moment, for we were all happy and it was like this high we would continue to pursue so that the night didn’t have to end.
Now I’m not a journalist or writer or anything, but if I was writing this thing, that’s where I’d end it.
END

Stephen Parker drifted for a few years after high school. He eventually pursued a career in medicine. He lives in California.
Image of Bridge 17 Years Later: https://imgur.com/a/CwuQxbF
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2020.10.06 16:30 Squagem Www live video xxx

Hey /freelance_forhire! I'm Marc and I design SaaS sites that turn traffic into subscribers. If you are (1) experiencing a conversion issue on your site, or (2) think that visitors are leaving prematurely and you want to stop that, then let's talk.
Having done this for about 7 years now, I've learned what works and what doesn't -- I'd love to put that experience to work for you.
First, some credentials:

Just look at that site...mmmm.
Past Work Here's a bit of my past work...
Company My Role Design Image URL
SafeSend Software UX Only via Imgur Link
BizNews UI/UX Design via Imgur Link
Cointree UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Reach Cambridge UX Only via Imgur via Behance
Climbpal UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Here's everything at once on my Behance.
Pricing I do pricing a little differently than most: I'll give you a fixed price up front for the project.
This tends to be better for both me and clients for 2 reasons:
  • You know exactly how much you'll be paying before you buy.
  • We can focus less on things like "how long will this take", and more on "how can we solve this problem"
If you'd like to work with me, feel free to grab 15-mins to see if we're a good fit.
This call lasts about 1 hour, and most projects land in the $xx,xxx range.
(Since pricing is such a big concern for folks, I've got a dedicated page to explain how it all works: https://clarityfirst.co/my-process/pricing/)
My Secret Sauce I have a tried and true process from getting you from "my site is giving me problems" to "our customers can't get enough of our product"...
  1. The Clarity Call: We drill down and see what actually needs to be done and determine if there’s a good fit between us.
  2. Discovery: I’ll immerse myself in your business, soaking up everything I can about your company and (more importantly) your customers.
  3. Implementation: If you want me to implement my suggestions, I’ll first design any changes in a prototyping tool, and get it in-front of customers so we can validate the ideas.
  4. Aftercare: Once my changes are live, I’ll continue to A/B test until we’ve really dialed everything in juuuuust right (Goldilocks style).
You can learn more about my process (now with videos!) on my website.
My Ideal Project If I haven't said this enough already, I specialize exclusively in designing SaaS sites that turn traffic into customers.
Typically, this includes...
  • Doing a whole bunch of customer discovery (interviews, mostly).
  • Rebuilding your on-boarding flow (if it makes sense).
  • Refactoring your site copy to make the messaging simpler (and resonate with customers).
  • Redesigning the site experience, if it seems to be getting in the way.
My design style leans on building clean & simple experiences that remove the hoops your customers have to jump through to start doing business with you.
What makes me unique? Here's 3 strengths of mine that set me apart:
  1. I don't prescribe solutions until I fully understand the problem. Sometimes this takes a few days, sometimes weeks. Nonetheless, it has to be done and it's shocking to me that this is omitted so often.
  2. Radical honesty -- I won't shy away from having frank and meaningful conversations about the problems you're facing.
  3. I have a superpower that helps me explain complex ideas in simple language that humans can understand.
In a nutshell, every pixel we build together will be aligned with specific business goals that we'll define together, after I've got a deep understanding of the problem you're facing.
My main weakness: I'm a hopeless neurotic when it comes to details. Although this helps me criticize my own work, oftentimes I can overcomplicate otherwise simple solutions.
I'm also allergic to gluten.
Other Questions? Check out my faq here for the answers to the most commonly-asked questions.
Getting in Touch If you'd like to work with me, shoot me a DM here on Reddit, or grab 15 mins with me to see if we're a good fit.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
-Marc
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2020.09.29 16:30 Squagem Www live xxx video

Hey /freelance_forhire! I'm Marc and I design SaaS sites that turn traffic into subscribers. If you are (1) experiencing a conversion issue on your site, or (2) think that visitors are leaving prematurely and you want to stop that, then let's talk.
Having done this for about 7 years now, I've learned what works and what doesn't -- I'd love to put that experience to work for you.
First, some credentials:

Just look at that site...mmmm.
Past Work Here's a bit of my past work...
Company My Role Design Image URL
SafeSend Software UX Only via Imgur Link
BizNews UI/UX Design via Imgur Link
Cointree UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Reach Cambridge UX Only via Imgur via Behance
Climbpal UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Here's everything at once on my Behance.
Pricing I do pricing a little differently than most: I'll give you a fixed price up front for the project.
This tends to be better for both me and clients for 2 reasons:
  • You know exactly how much you'll be paying before you buy.
  • We can focus less on things like "how long will this take", and more on "how can we solve this problem"
If you'd like to work with me, feel free to grab 15-mins to see if we're a good fit.
This call lasts about 1 hour, and most projects land in the $xx,xxx range.
(Since pricing is such a big concern for folks, I've got a dedicated page to explain how it all works: https://clarityfirst.co/my-process/pricing/)
My Secret Sauce I have a tried and true process from getting you from "my site is giving me problems" to "our customers can't get enough of our product"...
  1. The Clarity Call: We drill down and see what actually needs to be done and determine if there’s a good fit between us.
  2. Discovery: I’ll immerse myself in your business, soaking up everything I can about your company and (more importantly) your customers.
  3. Implementation: If you want me to implement my suggestions, I’ll first design any changes in a prototyping tool, and get it in-front of customers so we can validate the ideas.
  4. Aftercare: Once my changes are live, I’ll continue to A/B test until we’ve really dialed everything in juuuuust right (Goldilocks style).
You can learn more about my process (now with videos!) on my website.
My Ideal Project If I haven't said this enough already, I specialize exclusively in designing SaaS sites that turn traffic into customers.
Typically, this includes...
  • Doing a whole bunch of customer discovery (interviews, mostly).
  • Rebuilding your on-boarding flow (if it makes sense).
  • Refactoring your site copy to make the messaging simpler (and resonate with customers).
  • Redesigning the site experience, if it seems to be getting in the way.
My design style leans on building clean & simple experiences that remove the hoops your customers have to jump through to start doing business with you.
What makes me unique? Here's 3 strengths of mine that set me apart:
  1. I don't prescribe solutions until I fully understand the problem. Sometimes this takes a few days, sometimes weeks. Nonetheless, it has to be done and it's shocking to me that this is omitted so often.
  2. Radical honesty -- I won't shy away from having frank and meaningful conversations about the problems you're facing.
  3. I have a superpower that helps me explain complex ideas in simple language that humans can understand.
In a nutshell, every pixel we build together will be aligned with specific business goals that we'll define together, after I've got a deep understanding of the problem you're facing.
My main weakness: I'm a hopeless neurotic when it comes to details. Although this helps me criticize my own work, oftentimes I can overcomplicate otherwise simple solutions.
I'm also allergic to gluten.
Other Questions? Check out my faq here for the answers to the most commonly-asked questions.
Getting in Touch If you'd like to work with me, shoot me a DM here on Reddit, or grab 15 mins with me to see if we're a good fit.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
-Marc
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2020.09.29 16:30 Squagem Www xxx video live

Hey /jobbit! I'm Marc and I design SaaS sites that turn traffic into subscribers. If you are (1) experiencing a conversion issue on your site, or (2) think that visitors are leaving prematurely and you want to stop that, then let's talk.
Having done this for about 7 years now, I've learned what works and what doesn't -- I'd love to put that experience to work for you.
First, some credentials:

Just look at that site...mmmm.
Past Work Here's a bit of my past work...
Company My Role Design Image URL
SafeSend Software UX Only via Imgur Link
BizNews UI/UX Design via Imgur Link
Cointree UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Reach Cambridge UX Only via Imgur via Behance
Climbpal UI/UX Design via Imgur via Behance
Here's everything at once on my Behance.
Pricing I do pricing a little differently than most: I'll give you a fixed price up front for the project.
This tends to be better for both me and clients for 2 reasons:
  • You know exactly how much you'll be paying before you buy.
  • We can focus less on things like "how long will this take", and more on "how can we solve this problem"
If you'd like to work with me, feel free to grab 15-mins to see if we're a good fit.
This call lasts about 1 hour, and most projects land in the $xx,xxx range.
(Since pricing is such a big concern for folks, I've got a dedicated page to explain how it all works: https://clarityfirst.co/my-process/pricing/)
My Secret Sauce I have a tried and true process from getting you from "my site is giving me problems" to "our customers can't get enough of our product"...
  1. The Clarity Call: We drill down and see what actually needs to be done and determine if there’s a good fit between us.
  2. Discovery: I’ll immerse myself in your business, soaking up everything I can about your company and (more importantly) your customers.
  3. Implementation: If you want me to implement my suggestions, I’ll first design any changes in a prototyping tool, and get it in-front of customers so we can validate the ideas.
  4. Aftercare: Once my changes are live, I’ll continue to A/B test until we’ve really dialed everything in juuuuust right (Goldilocks style).
You can learn more about my process (now with videos!) on my website.
My Ideal Project If I haven't said this enough already, I specialize exclusively in designing SaaS sites that turn traffic into customers.
Typically, this includes...
  • Doing a whole bunch of customer discovery (interviews, mostly).
  • Rebuilding your on-boarding flow (if it makes sense).
  • Refactoring your site copy to make the messaging simpler (and resonate with customers).
  • Redesigning the site experience, if it seems to be getting in the way.
My design style leans on building clean & simple experiences that remove the hoops your customers have to jump through to start doing business with you.
What makes me unique? Here's 3 strengths of mine that set me apart:
  1. I don't prescribe solutions until I fully understand the problem. Sometimes this takes a few days, sometimes weeks. Nonetheless, it has to be done and it's shocking to me that this is omitted so often.
  2. Radical honesty -- I won't shy away from having frank and meaningful conversations about the problems you're facing.
  3. I have a superpower that helps me explain complex ideas in simple language that humans can understand.
In a nutshell, every pixel we build together will be aligned with specific business goals that we'll define together, after I've got a deep understanding of the problem you're facing.
My main weakness: I'm a hopeless neurotic when it comes to details. Although this helps me criticize my own work, oftentimes I can overcomplicate otherwise simple solutions.
I'm also allergic to gluten.
Other Questions? Check out my faq here for the answers to the most commonly-asked questions.
Getting in Touch If you'd like to work with me, shoot me a DM here on Reddit, or grab 15 mins with me to see if we're a good fit.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
-Marc
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2020.09.21 06:08 poweradezerolover REVIEW: Roma Amor FENDI Medium Baguette brown fabric bag!

Disclaimer- I didn’t receive anything for this review.
from TS Linda via WhatsApp +86 13631359060
Nickloe Factory I think
Hello lovely people! This is my first purchase having found this thread whilst searching for this specific bag. I decided to order through Linda having read u/Dietcoke97 review of hers.
Originally I was looking at selling a kidney to purchase the Auth, and then Rona happened and I’m stuck in lockdown for an additional 6 more weeks… So I thought I’d give it a chance regardless of my partners iffy opinion on reps- I told him to please buy the authentic for me then or shut his pretty mouth and stop judging the fuck out of me. Gosh. Be glad I want a fucking bag child and not a human child. Why do I need a bag during a pandemic? I want to walk it around my backyard and pat it. Why did I buy two very similar nano baguettes? Because I always find what I want after I order….
COST Medium Baguette 1250¥ > $250.12AUD 10% discount
Payed via Paypal services.
Shipping cost Asked for DHL was sent via EMS 380¥ > $76.05AUD (also ordered a pair of shoes and two mini bags).
Order timeline
4/8- Inquired about the Medium Baguette and received Factory photos and prices.
5/8 - Midday paid for the order. Transfer payment instantly. In the evening I received PSP for Medium baguette.
12/8 - 8pm received last piece PSP and gave the good to ship. shipped off.
19/8- Package recieved!
Agent/Seller Service and Communication - 9/10
Linda is super lovely and always responsive. She helped with recommendations for fast shipping. She also dealt with my late addition to my order as well as dealing with me making an additional order after mine for a friend. I will 100% purchase through Linda again. I love how she is always updating her Szwego. I knocked off 1 point as I asked and paid for DHL shipping but received EMS. It came at a fine wait time especially during covid times, however I’ve been told by users these postage options cost different but Linda says they are the same price and that EMS would be faster. Either way, I’ve always received my DHL parcels within 3-4 days, but whatever I was just happy it was finally on its way. Not like I had somewhere to wear the arm candy.
Szwego: Bags HERE
Clothing and accessories HERE
Factory Photos
PSP's
my photos
First time using her
Auth

Quality – 9/10
OK, I have to say, this bag shocked me.The box printing alignment was a tad crooked (-1, but I don’t plan on keeping the box so doesn’t matter). The unboxing experience other than the multiple layers of tape wrapping was ridiculously high quality. Fendi tissue paper, bag came appropriately stuffed and the long strap was packed just like the original (although I wish they rolled it up to stop the initial kinking).
I've not seen this bag in the wild, but after covid lock down (week number- I fucking forget but anything for less lives lost) I will go in and touch it, squish it and see if it catches fluff the way mine does. The material and monogram is amazing. I have compared to the website (known to misrepresent to stop copies), instagram photos of influencers bag images and video reviews/ unboxings. I’m not afraid to ‘use’ my bags, as in I’m not careful with them, but I was worried about the cotton trimming, but it’s held up great and just catches my dogs hair or a fluff every now and then- nothing a lint roller cant fix. But I havn't seen images of the edging catching fluffs in the wild…
The material is from what I can tell, almost exact. I studied the monogram and in the wild it seems to have a slightly less ‘bright’ yellow under tone (see comparison here). Truthfully, this bag is a fucked up material to photograph so I have compared to multiple images/lighting. The monogram has the slightest pixelated finish. Sometimes they compare to the original and sometimes my eyes play around with me and they don’t. but I think it’s so minimal its not worth the stress.
I have a feeling the structure of the bags material may be tougher than the original. Authentic owners mention the soft delicate feel of the material, but this definitely feels like a light canvas. I do know between 2019-2020 they adjusted the thickness of the fibre being used to avoid the bag from catching on things. Maybe I'm over assessing and over time it will ‘relax’ and sit correctly.
All stitching is in my opinion perfect. I was worried the two brown cotton marks above the front hardware would be too thick, but this rep is high ass quality. There is the slightest (mm's) of uneven print alignment on the bottom of the right side flap, but again I have noticed this in the wild too especially with the pixelated outlines to some of the horizontal F edges.
I think my biggest con to this bag is the measurements. Again, I need to see the auth, but they don’t match up with the original measurements which is what the bag was advertised as by the factory too. The differences in the measurements is what makes me think the shape is sometimes questionable in my mind. Truthfully, I don’t think anyone I know will have an authentic, but again, I do want to touch the original to feel good about mine.
Original & Factory measurements: Length 26cm Height 14cm Depth 4cm
My measurements: Length across top of bag opening 26cm Length across bottom of the bag 27cm Height 15cm with flap clasped. Depth 5.5cm
Construction is as similar as the original as I could imagine. Hardware is all a correct colour in my opinion and consistent.
bag shape- Measurements are off, but the overall shape is perfect. I do wish the flat didn't sit as high, creating the side gaps. it's just more accessible and the extra cm does make it 'less' long baguette like.
Zucca print alignment- I'm pretty happy with it. It has the correct spacing and where the F's are meant to be specifically placed, they are. At first i thought it was off but i was comparing to a completely different size. The slight straightness (1mm). is hardly noticeable.
Colour- I really need to see the original in person, as this bag material is a pain to photograph and catches different shades depending on the angle, lighting etc. Some people think the original should have the orange/yellow undertone that I'm not liking.
Interior- The interior is perfect. If anything you can see the interior lining is the tiniest bit loose, however this is hardly noticeable even if someone was trying to authenticate it.
Hardware- See the comparing image to auth. I actually thing it's super high quality hardware and every marking is correctly positioned/in depth.

Accuracy - 8/10
All branding is spot on (I’m not sure about the paperwork/don’t care). I think the measurements really effect the way the bag photographs. The baguette look would be highlighted in the flap didn’t sit higher than it should. Maybe use will help it slouch, but its pretty strong canvas/cotton. To me it doesn’t feel like material. The handles are exact in measurement and finishes. The lengths are perfect for those who are shorter or like a higher sitting over the shoulder bag.
Satisfaction – 8.5/10
I adore this bag. The measurements may sway me towards buying the original (ouch my wallet), but if i compare it to an authentic and it passes in touch I’d 100% keep this one. I’m only iffy as I have a couple people who are touchy feely friends who buy authentic and would tell the difference in feel. This bag is so perfect. I loved my first experience purchasing through Linda and I already have a few more orders planed. This bag due to the monogram material would be a difficult one to rep, but they did an amazing job.
PS I adore this forum and absolutely love feeling like I’m part of a special club on non dickheads. I’d also love to know how to be considered/put into the waiting line for TS Redden (I need you in my life). Thank you admins for bringing this place to life xxx
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