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    [–] 35¢ surprise soda machine mgphotogirl 1 points ago in mildlyinteresting

    I live two blocks away from this machine... Small world!

    [–] Friend went to Luray Caverns (VA) and I just had to share some of his pics. Visiting there soon for sure! mgphotogirl 2 points ago in rockhounds

    Check out Grand Caverns if you're in the area! It's much less commercialized, and there are some awesome formations that Luray doesn't have.

    [–] What’s the biggest plot hole in The Bible? mgphotogirl 1 points ago in AskReddit

    The difference here may be that yes, animals do experience discomfort when giving birth, but typically their pain is low or non-existent. When there is pain, that usually means something is very wrong. However, it is hard to make an accurate determination since animals respond very differently to pain than humans.

    [–] What are some good places in the region for a scenic drive? Parks or other places where you can stop would be sweet but aren’t necessary mgphotogirl 6 points ago in Charlottesville

    810 connects Crozet to Greene. Absolutely gorgeous drive, very little traffic, and some interesting quirks along the way. While not exactly a tourist route, you can stop at Stinson Vineyards or Patricia Ann Byrom Forest Preserve for a picnic.

    [–] Best neighborhoods for quiet 30ish couple? mgphotogirl 18 points ago in Charlottesville

    The Fry's Spring neighborhood is fabulous! Quiet, historic, dog-friendly, and not at all snobbish.

    [–] Camper/RV storage in Charlottesville? mgphotogirl 2 points ago in Charlottesville

    Can't remember the name off the top of my head, but there's a decently priced one out at Zion's Crossroads (East of town) that stores large vehicles. Security seems tight, too.

    [–] Newlywed tax questions mgphotogirl 2 points ago in personalfinance

    Thank you for the clear answer!

    [–] Newlywed tax questions mgphotogirl 1 points ago in personalfinance

    Thank you! That link is extremely helpful.

    [–] Moutainbike for Heavy Guy mgphotogirl 4 points ago in MTB

    Second all this. My fiancé is a "husky" rider as well, and his Trek Stache has been one of his favorite bikes ever. He has 27.5+ wheels (which he recently upgraded to be stiffer- helps with energy distribution). Only thing I'd add is definitely invest in a good helmet and shin guards. More mass = more force = worse injuries. Somehow my fiancé doesn't understand this, and has the scars to prove it.

    [–] Help Europol fight child abuse by identifying these items. (Part 4) mgphotogirl 3 points ago in whatisthisthing

    Maybe this is a stretch, but these remind me of jars that store bullion cubes.