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    [–] Homophobes think about penises a lot more than homosexuals. pgroove1992 1 points ago in Showerthoughts

    I wonder if penises think about homophobes more than homosexuals?

    [–] How would you like to die? pgroove1992 2 points ago in AskReddit

    I want to build a skateboard ramp down a ski slope and launch off the ramp in a wheelchair

    [–] Strava Dumps Relieve: What Really Happened pgroove1992 1 points ago in running

    Long story short there are workarounds and this is stupid

    [–] DC Rainmaker untangles the web of stories surrounding the Strava/Relive breakup. pgroove1992 3 points ago in Strava

    If you have the RunGap app, you can still sync the Strava data, export the file from RunGap as .tcx, and upload it to Relive. RunGap is an awesome tool. It’s very cheap

    [–] Strava Dumps Relieve: What Really Happened pgroove1992 3 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in running

    SOLUTION: if you have RunGap (which is extremely cheap) sync your Strava data to the app, then use the rungap app to export the .tcx file to your computer. You can then upload it to Relive and edit it as you please. I love RunGap

    Edit: Strava uses a .gpx file. Change the file type, git yur data

    [–] Finding commercial brewery property pgroove1992 2 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in RealEstate

    First off, this sounds shitty. I’m sorry and best of luck moving forward. LoopNet is the “public facing” version of co star and doesn’t have all the information it should. If your broker was only using loopnet I would be discouraged.

    Here’s what I would do. Search the internet for articles that talk about which broker helped which brewery. Then contact a few of those brokers and sit down with all of them. Ask them a lot of questions about their experience with the other breweries, how they found them the space, what they were able to negotiate. Then tell them about your experience and what you expect. Be 100% honest and transparent with them about where you are in the process with preparations. The thinking here is that if they have experience with other breweries they likely will know what to expect and can advise you properly. Also, if they were successful with other breweries they likely have connections that could work to your benefit.

    Go with whichever one gives you the best vibe, but make sure you do your research. It always pays off to ask all your connections if they know a broker with brewery experience!

    Edit: Give the new broker (the one you decide to use) all the info sent by your old broker, and let the new broker know up front everything you have seen and where you would ideally like to be.