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Looking to buy first home in 6 months, trying to calculate possible budget for house for debt to income.
2020.07.18 02:45 pixel8knuckleLooking to buy first home in 6 months, trying to calculate possible budget for house for debt to income.
Good Afternoon Folks! I am a 33 year old in a niche but relatively secure role in finance audit. My partner has just graduated her nursing school and I will include her current income, I know her income will improve in the future as the new graduate nurses are able to get employment after the COVID crisis dies down, but for now we have to use her current income as a measurement for financial security towards a mortgage payment.. My GROSS INCOME: $44,000 My Partners GROSS INCOME: $37,440 Our combined monthly Debts(not including apartment rent, as this would transfer into mortgage, but thats $610/mo for my half I have a roommate) are equal to $2,920.33. I'm hoping someone can take a quick look at my spreadsheet and confirm the data is accurate and if I need to include/remove anything for the purposes of this exercise, my goal would be to determine how much buying power we should be happy/unhappy with given our income and general finance rules. I believe there is some homebuyer assistance where I live in Jax, FL, but I will have to brush up on that. Possible homes we are considering: Fixer uppers at lower cost range where we can take out a loan for contractors to do X amount of work on top of cost of home in current "as-is" condition. "Ready to Move-In" fixed up houses in a higher price range. I just feel a bit overwhelmed crunching numbers and running scenarios and am not sure if I am on the right path to understanding our price ranges and hope for some guidance or ideas. Thanks for any help and I'll be glad to provide any additional details needed. I've attached a google share link of the expense data TOTAL GROSS: $81,400 TOTAL EXPENSE: $35,044 (annual) Items included: Bill Type Reoccuring Bills Cost Bill - Car Car Insurance M $85.00 Bill - Car Car Payment M $318.00 Bill - Car Car Payment J $196.00 Bill - Car Car Insurance J $187.00 Bill - Credit Credit Card $100.00 Bill - Insurance Health insurance J $192.00 Bill - Insurance Life Insurance $26.00 Bill - Loan Student Loan J $300.00 Bill - Utility Electric $100.00 Bill - Utility Comcast $65.00 Entertainment Netflix $17.50 Entertainment Google Music $8.00 Entertainment Amazon Prime $12.00 Entertainment Hulu $50.00 Entertainment Food Sample Box $30.00 Expence - Cell Cell Phone $45.00 Expense - Food Grocery $300.00 Expense - Food Grocery Extra $150.00 Expense - Gas Gas J $50.00 Expense - Gas Gas M $25.00 Hobby Fantasy Maps $5.00 Hobby Baileys Gym $21.50 Hobby FF14 Game $21.00 Recreation Hair $100.00 Recreation Resturaunt $100.00 Savings - M Vacation Savings $100.00 Savings - J Vacation Savings $100.00 Recreation Nails $33.00 Savings - M 401K $183.33
2020.07.04 20:50 skew_t_pieFlorida or Florida State? A map of alumni presence by FL county.
https://imgur.com/gallery/hgzBOP4 Out of curiosity (and boredom), I plotted the percent difference of FSU and UF alumni out of total percentage of residents with at least a bachelors degree using Census Bureau shapefile and MATLAB mapping software with data from sources found at the bottom of this text. I left out the absolute value so I could take advantage of a pre-existing color scheme that allowed for positive values to be red, negative blue, and zero white. The data is prepared by county from the following sources: http://economicimpact.ufl.edu https://www.ir.fsu.edu/Factbooks/2019-20/Alumni_County.pdf https://statisticalatlas.com/state/Florida/Educational-Attainment#figure/county On the maps, FSU is denoted by the star (for the state capital of Tallahassee), while UF is located at the point marked in north-central Florida (Gainesville). Not much of a surprise, but the FSU alumni base takes up a larger percentage between the two schools in the northwest while UF is more dominant in the peninsula. Note that in the major metro areas on the peninsula (SE FL, Jax, Tampa Bay, etc), the percent differences are fairly small with a slight UF lean. The Top 5 percent difference counties for each school (with county seat for those not as familiar with the state) are:
Wakulla (Crawfordville): 30.8%
Alachua (Gainesville): 30.6%
Leon (Tallahassee): 29.4%
Union (Lake Butler): 18.7%
Jefferson (Monticello): 24.5%
Gilchrist (Trenton): 14.7%
Liberty (Bristol): 23.6%
Levy (Bronson): 13.2%
Calhoun (Blountstown): 21.9%
Bradford (Starke): 11.6%
This basically shows that the highest discrepancies between the alumni bases per county are within 75 miles of the main campus (shocker). And if you didn't know, the surrounding counties of both schools are very rural which skews the data. For a different comparison, I repeated the same plot but calculated weights by percentage of residents with a bachelors or higher per county. https://imgur.com/gallery/JZyVfRL
Leon (Tallahassee): 18.7%
Miami-Dade (Miami): 24.4%
Bay (Panama City): 4.4%
Alachua (Gainesville): 16.2%
Escambia (Pensacola): 3.2%
Orange (Orlando): 14.6%
Santa Rosa (Milton): 2.2%
Broward (Ft. Lauderdale): 13.7%
Okaloosa (Crestview): 2.1%
Palm Beach (West Palm Beach): 12.4%
For FSU alum areas, not much has changed aside from a larger contribution of more populous western panhandle counties. However, we see that UF alum make a larger contribution in the major peninsula metro areas. Note that this method of percent difference leaves out the large makeup of FSU alumni bases in these areas (Miami, Orlando, etc) but notes that they are still outnumbered. A more 'realistic' look probably lies somewhere between the two plots. Edit: changed some labeling and added locations of schools on maps, and corrected the Bradford County seat.
2020.03.19 22:48 k_e_lukWent down the rabbit hole of official Chinese news sources today: situation is still dire in Wuhan right now (also Baoji, Xianxi and Zhengzhou, Henan suspiciously so). - LONG post
Shenzhen Airport posted an obligatory denial, but my Spidey sense says a 2nd wave just swept across two largest urban centers in S. China next to HK, which just resumed prod.Hoping for the best in 2 weeks sincejust <20,000 people cross into HKevery day and most try their best to get around the bullshit self-quarantine.
14-day Quarantine for Arrivals from mainland China
But why an article on Sohu abt the same news story with more details curiously deleted from the First Affiliated Hospital of Guangxi Medical University Hospital News? Them solemnly signing up after a team meeting, shown in this article, adds to the gravity to the situation, so who else can't leave/have to join Wuhan?
They shouldn't be waiting outside if they're patients transferred/discharged from makeshift hospitals. And not when it's been a while fever cases last queued up at different facilities. National TV coverage doesn't go against NHC started blaming the Hunan AC Milan fan and overseas Chinese (students) flying back, ordering everyone crossing provincial lines to self-financed tests and 14-day isolation camps.
1,200 beds and 700+ staffs at West Campus, 715 recalled to assist; plus at least 30+ patients flocked to the Fever Clinic since Mar 18; but China still says it's all fine and dandy, poised to teach 14 Dutch hospitals its ways, as shown by CGTN (by state-owned CCTV). More on Baoji,Shaanxi :
Then China News Agency (2nd-largest state-owned press agency) framed it as a standalone case ofimpairing public health(culpable negligence) ruining national infection control effort (0 new cases for 12 days in Henan), for which Henan HQ Office for NCP Prevention and Control issued an emergency directive on Mar 12. Henan Provincial Public Security Dept reported 6,757 cases investigated and handled so far.
A video by state-run Lhasa TV (Tibet) posted Mar 16 evening went viral: "You weren't here to build your home and motherland, but the quickest to spread the virus and enjoy benefits. We, China, do not support you giant babies."
2019.09.25 15:25 19234284Thrust into the van life before I was ready - need some serious advice on making some money on the road.
Update edit: I want to thank everyone in this thread. The advice, the offers, the contacts, and even the hard shit that needed to be said. There's not a comment in this thread I don't appreciate, even the ones I seemed to buck and fight. Sometimes the truth hurts, but it doesn't make it less true. I've made it home to NC, primarily thanks to a couple of amazing gentlemen in Savannah GA, one who filled my gas tank and another that handed me $30, both refusing anything in return. Now starts the advice that I've been given thought this post - the temp work, the legality, the recovery. Thanks again to all that responded. I'll be in the proper vanlife soon, and can't wait to start posting happier things. ++++++++++++ I'll be honest. My questions may belong more in homeless than here. But there seems to be more level headed people around here, and I really need that kind of influence right now. And after watching this sub from my main account for over a year, I'm jealous and want to find a way to join this lifestyle. I'm gonna save the backstory for now. It's heartbreaking and it's my fault. It's all my fault, but I have to move on. I have to start over. I'll provide any relevant details as asked. The base of the situation: I have a '06 Chrysler Pacifica, already in need of an oil change, and less than half a tank of gas left. It's crammed full of any practical survival gear and sentimental keepsakes I could grab. I'm driving illegally - the car is mine, I have my licence, but the tag isn't registered under my name, and the insurance is gonna get cut off today (also wasn't in my name). I have $35 in my wallet. I have nowhere to go. Nothing of any real monetary value to part with. I'm a 35yo male, cooked most of my life, have a few very other basic skills, but nothing really "marketable". I left Vero Beach, FL last night. I haven't made it far yet; I just woke up at a I-95 rest area south of Jacksonville. I probably should have stayed in Vero - had been there two years, didn't have much in the line of contacts since I'm pretty closed off from the world, but at least I was familiar with the area. Sadly, my emotions got the best of me, and everywhere I went reminded me of her. She was the only reason I went there anyway. So I made a bad decision and got on the interstate. Too far to turn around now. I was planning on headed back to western NC - the mountains are home, and I'm homesick. But in all reality, there's nothing there waiting for me either. I don't really have any friends back home, and I've not had family for years (only child, born to two only children. Parents and grandparents all deceased. Dad was the last, and it's been almost 6 years since he passed). So. Where was I? Oh. Yeah. Money. I don't know what to do. And that's where I need help. I know theres a lot of people here not worried about finances - retirees and pensioners, smart people with road-worthy careers, part-time vanners with a job back home. But what about the rest of you? I know I'm not alone. How many of you have been in a situation like this? How have you made it? What are my options for income, both if I stay on the road, or if I try to resettle somewhere? I no longer have a physical address, so how do I even start? I'd like to also point out that I'm not too worried about basic survival. I've been legitimately homeless before, so I have a slight leg up on that knowledge. I have several days worth of canned food, and minor cooking equipment (though nowhere to use it). Haven't done it in a while, but I know how to safely dumpster dive (hell, my previous account got gold a couple years ago for a detailed synopsis of using dumpsters as a primary homeless food source - but that was under the guise of a non-traveling person with no bills). I can live on no money. But... My concern is my vehicle. Again, I'm already overdue on an oil change, really need to do it before I crack another 1,000 miles. Don't have the oil yet, since I wasn't sure about the cost - I can change it myself if I can find a place that will loan me an oil pan and a tarp to work on, but the $20ish for the oil will break the bank. Once I'm out of gas, I'm stuck. Every memory I have left of my parents is in this car, I'm not ready to abandon it yet. I looked through the Gigs and Jobs section of the JAX craigslist last night, but saw nothing I could handle. I know nothing about temp agency work - is that even viable now that I don't have an address? Same question on receiving any kind of benefits - is it even possible to get food stamps without an address? I'm gonna end up rambling if I don't wrap this up. I'm sure theres a lot of needed details I've not included in my foggy mental state, and I'm starting to tear up thinking about her, so please feel free to ask. I'm open to any advice anyone can offer. I'm scared, I'm alone, and I just need some hope. Thank you, vanners. Edit: another relevant detail: I have a $60/mth unlimited data plan through Cricket, and my bill is gonna be due in just under two weeks, so that's my other monetary concern. I lose my phone, I'm really up shit creek. Edit2: information about the legality of the car, as copied from a response:
Yeah, the title is actually in my name. It's just the tag that isn't - I bought the car from my (now ex) girlfriend's grandparents about a year ago, after they decided they shouldn't be driving anymore. Originally, we left everything in thier name - I was driving it as a "borrowed" vehicle. We were supposed to get married in a few months, so they agreed to "give it to us" as a wedding gift (I'm assuming they were trying to avoid the taxes on the sale? I only gave them $1400 for it), and were going pay for complete transfer at that same time, including registration and first 6 months of insurance. Two weeks ago, when our relationship problems got worse, they showed up with the title signed over to me. I should have seen it all coming right then - clearly the GF had let them know it wasn't working out. I got it switched, just got it back a couple of days ago. Fortunately, the tag doesn't LOOK expired - it has a sticker on it until February next year. It's just not valid since the names on the tag and the title no longer match. I was supposed to turn the tag in, obviously, and just didn't since I didn't have the money to tag it at the same time I filed the title. I spoke to the grandparents before I left - they're good hearted people, and have let me keep the tag on it until I figure out where I'm going (I'm confident they aren't gonna try reporting me or anything, the whole family liked me - but I'm covering my ass on location details to them just in case). Once I have it registered wherever I end up, I'll mail it back to them or just scrap it. Until then, I'm just being careful. If I don't give anyone a reason to run my tag, they won't... until that one cop gets behind me at a red light and runs it out of boredom. Insurance is the same boat - it's in their name. I left everyone under the impression I was going straight to NC, so they agreed to give me 24 hours before they took both the car and my name off their insurance. It seemed a decent deal to me - I got peice of mind for the trip, they get to cover themselves in case I screw up after that 24hr period.
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2018.11.12 17:28 admiralfuzzybritchesTom Walker Memorial Half Marathon - My First Half
### Race information * **What?** Tom Walker Memorial Half Marathon * **When?** November 11, 2018 * **How far?** 13.1 miles * **Where?** Gainesville, FL * **Website:** [http://www.floridatrackclub.org/page-18099](http://www.floridatrackclub.org/page-18099) * **Finish time:** 2:07 ### Goals Goal Description Completed? ------------------------------- A < 2:15 *Yes* B < 2:10 *Yes!* C Take a good race photo *Yes* ### Splits Mile Time ------------ 1 10:03 2 10:03 3 9:28 4 9:31 5 9:34 6 9:23 7 9:30 8 9:30 9 9:41 10 9:44 11 9:47 12 9:37 13 9:39 14 8:37 ### Training I started 2018 as a non-runner. In fact, for the longest time I hated running. I participated in exactly one race each year - a 7.2k put on every January by my favorite local brewery. I always managed to finish in a somewhat decent time, but I really did it for the post-race beer and pizza. At the end of 2017, I had made up my mind that I was going to work on losing weight and fixing my eating habits and really sticking to it this time (not just losing 10 lbs and then gradually falling back into bad habits). I used the Weight Watchers mobile app, and decided that our annual 50 mile mountain bike race (Tour de Felasco) and 7.2k run (Springs Run) - both in January - would be my official kick-off on the road to better exercising habits. The bike race and the run were on back-to-back weekends, and once those were done I started running once a week. At this point, I was consistently eating right and losing weight, and to my complete and total surprise, I was actually enjoying running! I started adding a second run every couple of weeks and by March I was hooked. Every couple of weeks I started occasionally incorporating a longer run of 4-6 miles (always with a break at the halfway point), and I found myself really looking forward to those on the weekends. After a 2 week break in April to go on our honeymoon (Iceland!), I came back excited to run. I bought a fitness watch and started tracking and trending my run data. May was my first real month of dedicated running, and I finished with 49 total miles. In June I maintained my running routine and finished with just over 50 miles. Around this time I started thinking about signing up for a race. When I started running earlier in the year, I had in the back of my mind a long term goal to do the 2019 Gate River Run in Jacksonville. I grew up north of Jax, and I always remember hearing about that race going on each year and thinking it was so cool that people got to run through downtown across the bridges, but it never crossed my mind that it was something I would ever do. I had a vague idea that I'd aim to be able to run 10 miles by the end of 2018 and then train for the GRR in March. After looking around for local 10Ks and coming up empty, I found the Tom Walker half. I really had no plans whatsoever to train for a half, but what caught my attention was that it took place on the Gainesville Hawthorne Trail, which is a really beautiful paved trail about 10 minutes from my house. I spent a few days rolling the idea around in my head and checking out different training plans, just to see if it seemed like something I could reasonably do. I finally decided what the hell! Why not go for it? At this point I had lost 25 lbs and kept it off, I was in better shape than I'd ever been, and I loved running. I signed up in July with 4 months to train. After browsing a variety of training plans, I decided to cobble together a schedule taking a little from each. I wanted to do more than just manage to finish, but I also didn't want to try to actually race at this point. I ended up with a plan that had me running 3-4 times during the week, with a long run on weekends. I also incorporated a lot of great information from this sub and I'm really happy with how my training went. I surprised myself by actually being disciplined and sticking to my plan for the whole 4 months (I'm really good at getting excited by an idea and then not following through). Even when travel disrupted my schedule, I planned ahead and fit in the training anyway. Aside from one week early on when I over trained, I felt great overall. My longest run ahead of the half was a 11.25 miler, and when I finished that run, I felt really confident that I was ready for race day. ### Pre-race I'm a morning runner, so during training I would get up at 5AM to fit in a run before work. Weekend long runs I let myself sleep in until 6 and was out the door at 7. The race started at 8, so I was able to stick to my normal weekend run routine. Up at 6, have my coffee while reading the news, then toast/peanut buttebanana and I was ready to go. My husband had signed up to run with me, so we headed to the trail and walked around for a bit until it was time to line up at the start. It was in the low 50's, and while I would have liked it to be a bit colder, the weather was absolutely perfect. ### Race Miles 1-10 I wasn't sure how many people would be running, but there were a lot fewer than I expected. The race started off quickly, really not much congestion at the start. We found the 2:15 pacer and headed out with her. My plan was to start at an easy pace (around 10:15-10:30) and then stick to 10:00/mile for the duration. We spent the first few miles chatting with our pacer, Natalie, and then started picking up the pace a bit and moving ahead. During my training runs, I didn't really check my pace, and I got pretty comfortable with estimating it based on how I was feeling. My husband's Fitbit watch didn't charge the night before, so we only had my watch to go by and I started checking our pace around the halfway point and we were comfortably on track to finish under 2:10. He tends to run a bit faster than me, but we were both planning on the same finish time so he let me set the pace and stuck with me. I felt really good for the first 10 miles and they went by pretty fast. Miles 10-13.1 When we do running or biking events together, my husband and I have an agreement that if one of us is going faster, we can go ahead of the other person after checking that they're not hurt or sick. Right around mile 10, he started slowing down a bit. I kept my pace just ahead of him, and when I could hear him falling a little more behind, I checked that he was OK and kept focusing on maintaining my pace. At this point, there are several gradual hilly sections leading to the finish line. My favorite long run route near my house incorporates one of the hillier stretches of road in town, so I felt really prepared to power through this section to the finish. I passed a couple of people who had slowed to walk, but otherwise I was by myself for the last 3 miles. I was a little bummed out at this point, because although I did all of my long training runs alone, it had been really nice to have company up until this point in the race. On the last mile, my right foot started thinking about cramping up, but I gave it a stern talking to, and we kept going. The last half mile was the toughest part mentally, and I was the only person in the last stretch to the finish line. As I got closer, I could hear my parents and my in-laws cheering for me, and I had a big smile on my face as I finished under my goal time. ### Post-race I was really happy to be done, and I felt great! I found both sets of parents and we waited for my husband to finish (he came it just over 2:10). In addition to my time, my other goal was to actually end up with a good race photo. We did a 5K pumpkin run a few weeks earlier, and I told my husband I wanted him to pace me for a 9:15/mi average, which we achieved. Fast forward to a week later, one of our local papers posted an article about the race, and I ended up being featured in the main race photo right around mile 2, looking like my soul was leaving my body. This time, my mom took an excellent pic of me just as I crossed the finish line! (https://imgur.com/Yf8Ac4p) Afterwards it was time for celebratory pizza and cake. Overall I'm really happy with my training and my results, and I'm especially pleased with how consistent my split times were. Currently, my 2019 running goals are to finish the Springs Run in under 40 minutes and start training for the GRR bridges. Thanks for reading! *This post was generated using [the new race reportr](https://martellaj.github.io/race-report), a tool built by [BBQLays](https://www.reddit.combbqlays) for making organized, easy-to-read, and beautiful race reports.*
2018.10.26 01:21 Rsubs33[Game Preview] Week 8 - Philadelphia Eagles(3-4) vs Jacksonville Jaguars(3-4)
Philadelphia Eagles (3-4) at Jacksonville Jaguars (3-4)
The Eagles Super Bowl hangover isn’t just real it is a roll out of best head to Wawa and buy 5 breakfast sandwiches and all the Gatorade you can carry real. The Eagles blew a 17-0 lead in the 4th quarter against the Carolina Panthers as same issues for the Eagles reared their ugly heads for the Eagles. After taking the lead 17-0 rather than closing out the running game, the Eagles ran the ball just one time and gained just 22 yards in the 4th. On the other side of the ball it was just as bad as the Eagles gave up over 200 yards in the air to Cam Newton and blew the lead surrendering 21 points. The Eagles will have to be better this week as they make the trip across the pond to London to take on the Jaguars who they almost faced in the Super Bowl last season. The Eagles offense will need to be better as they take on one of the best defenses in the league especially against the pass where they rank 2nd. Wentz has been throwing for yards since returning from injury, but he will need to start putting the ball into the endzone more often to take some stress off the Eagles struggling defense. The Jaguars have had some struggles over their own as they are coming into the game with a 3 game losing streak and their starting QB being benched as they fell to the Texans last week. Bortles will probably be happy heading to Wembley where he is 3-0 with 8 TDs and only 1 INT. He is going to look to add to those stats against an Eagles secondary that has struggled against the big play this year. Don’t be surprised to see Bortles take some shots to Dede Westbrook deep as the Eagles cornerbacks give up the big play more than a freshman on prom night. The Eagles will get some reprieve as the Leonard Fournette will most likely miss 6th game this season with a hamstring injury. The Jaguars did trade for Carlos Hyde this week, though it will unlikely he will have a large part in the offense as learns the offense. The Jaguars have turned the ball over especially Bortles who has 8 INTs and lost 3 fumbles so far this season. The Eagles pass rush needs to pressure Bortles and forcing him into mistakes this game and put their offense in good field position. Hope everyone is ready for kegs and eggs Sunday for the 9:30am kickoff, it should be a good one.
ABC/NFLN will broadcast Sunday’s game. Rich Eisen will handle the play-by-play duties and Kurt Warner, Steve Mariucci and Michael Irvin will provide analysis. Peter Schrager and Melissa Stark will report from the sidelines.
Calling the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (42nd season). Joining Reese in the radio booth will be former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick, while Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
94.1 FM and 610 AM
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Philadelphia Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo, Macu Berral and Gus Salazar will handle the broadcast in Spanish on Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
Atlantic City, NJ
1020 AM; 101.3 FM
1010XL radio host Frank Frangie as the play-by-play announcer, and Jeff Lageman and Tony Boselli are the color analysts.
Westwood One will carry the game nationally with Ryan Radtke(play-by-play) and Mike Mayock (analyst) on the call.
October 12, 1997 at Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, FL. Jacksonville Jaguars 38 - Philadelphia Eagles 21
The Philadelphia Eagles lead the Jacksonville Jaguars (114-99)
Doug Pederson: 0-0 vs. the Jaguars
Doug Marone: 0-0 vs. the Eagles
Coaches Head to Head
Pederon vs Marone: This will be the first matchups between the coaches.
Carson Wentz: Against Jaguars 0-0
Blake Bortles: Against Eagles: 0-0
Quarterbacks Head to Head
Carson Wentz vs Blake Bortles: This will be the first match up between Bortles and Wentz
Records per Stadium
Record @ Lincoln Financial Field: Series tied: 1-1
Record @ EverBank Field: Jacksonville leads series: 2-1
Rankings and Last Meeting Information
AP Pro 32 Ranking
Eagles No. 15 - Jaguars No. 20
Sunday, Sept. 7th, 2014
Eagles 34 - Jaguars 17
The Eagles got caught off guard as the Jaguars came out firing on all cylinders to start the game with Chad Henne connecting on consecutive drives in the first quarter as the Jaguars jumped out to a 14-0 lead after the first. Josh Scobee added a field coach to start the 2nd quarter and the Jags took a 17-0 lead into the halftime. It was all Eagles in the second half scoring on their first two possessions with a 49 yard Darren Sproles TD run and a Nick Foles TD pass to Zach Ertz to bring it within a field goal. Cody Parkey tied the game to start the 4th quarter with a 51 yard FG and Jeremy Maclin caught a 68 TD pass on the next possession to take the lead. Parkey made it a two score game with just 2 minutes to go in the game and Trent Cole closed it out sacking Henne and causing a fumble which was picked up and taken to the house by Fletcher Cox to seal the game giving the Eagles a 34-17 win.
Eagles - Video The Eagles took on the Carolina Panthers at home in a game that could have brought them back above .500. The Eagles took an early lead as Wentz found Jeffrey in the endzone in the 2nd quarter and Jake Elliot hit on a field goal after missing on in the first to make it 10-0 heading into halftime. Wentz found Goedert in the endzone for the rookie’s second career TD to make it 17-0. The Eagles had held the Panthers’ offense in check through the first three quarters. The Panthers had no third-down conversions in the first half and their first five possessions ended in punts. But in the fourth quarter the Eagles choked the game away and the coaching staff failed to make adjustments as the Panthers had 226 yards to the Eagles’ 22. Newton completed 16 of 22 passes for 201 yards in the fourth alone. The Panthers scored 21 points in the 4th taking 4 point lead and the Eagles comeback attempt came up short as the Eagles fell 21-17.
Jaguars - Video – The Jaguars looked to stop the skid of against the division rival Texans, but struggled off the get go as Blake Bortles fumbled on the opening series give the Texans an easy three points. The Texans weren’t able to get anything going offensively as they punted on their next 4 possessions in the first halfs as the Texans added another FG and a Lamar Miller TD to push the score to 13-0 heading into the half. Bortles fumbled for the second time in the game on the Jaguars first possession which set up a DeAndre Hopkins touchdown. Following the fumble Bortles was benched in favor of Cody Kessler who wasn’t enough as he was only able muster one TD drive as the Jaguars fell 20-7 to their division rival.
Eagles Secondary Coach Cory Undlin previously worked for the Jaguars from 2009-11 as a Defensive assistant (2009) and defensive backs coach (2010-11).
Eagles Assistant Offensive Line/Tight Ends/Run Game coach Eugene Chung played one season for the Jaguars in 1995.
Eagles Guard Stefen Wisniewski played one season for the Jaguars in 2015.
Eagles Corner Dexter McDougle was with the Jaguars in training camp earlier this season.
2018 Pro Bowlers
OT Lane Johnson
CB Jalen Ramsey (Starter)
QB Carson Wentz (Starter)
CB AJ Bouye (Starter)
TE Zach Ertz (Starter)
DT Malik Jackson (Starter)
G Brandon Brooks (Starter)
DE Calais Campbell (Starter)
DT Fletcher Cox (Starter)
RB Leonard Fournette (1st Alt)
FS Malcom Jenkins
Paul Poslusney (2nd Alt)
C Jason Kelce (1st Alt)
LB Telvin Smith (2nd Alt)
DE Brandon Graham (1st Alt)
DE Yannick Ngakoue (3rd Alt)
CB Jalen Mills (4th Alt)
WR Jaydon Mickens (3rd Alt)
K Jake Elliot (2nd Alt)
ST Tommy Bohanon (3rd Alt)
ST Kame Grugier-Hill (2nd Alt)
FS Tashaun Gipson (5th Alt)
Referee: John Hussey
Philadelphia will make its first trip to London to face Jacksonville in an inter-conference matchup at Wembley Stadium. The Eagles have won each of their last 2 games against the Jaguars.
Carson Wentz ranks 3rd in the NFL in INT% (0.5%), trailing only Drew Brees (0.0%) and Aaron Rodgers (0.4%). Wentz (10 TDs, 1 INT) has recorded a career-best 173 consecutive pass attempts without an INT, marking the longest streak by an Eagles QB since Nick Foles from 12/23/12-12/8/13 (237 pass attempts).
Wentz ranks 4th in the NFL in completion percentage (70.8%), behind Drew Brees (77.3%), Derek Carr (71.7%) and Matt Ryan (71.1%). Wentz has completed at least 65.0% of his pass attempts for a team-record 5 straight games, including a career-high 81.1% (30-of-37) in Week 7.
Wentz ranks 6th in the NFL in passer rating (108.1), trailing only Drew Brees(121.6), Philip Rivers (117.8), Matt Ryan (114.2), Patrick Mahomes (114.0) and Jared Goff (112.7) (min. 150 attempts). Wentz owns the highest passer rating in Eagles history (91.8) (min. 1,000 attempts).
Since joining the Eagles in 2017, Alshon Jeffery is tied for the 5th-most receiving TDs (13) in the NFL, behind DeAndre Hopkins (17), Davante Adams (16), Antonio Brown (15) and Tyreek Hill (14). Including playoffs, Jeffery has caught 7 TDs in his last 6 games (14 TDs in his last 16 overall).
Zach Ertz ranks 2nd in the NFL in receptions (57), trailing only Adam Thielen (67). Ertz, who ranks 5th on the Eagles’ all-time receptions list (369), is one of only nine players in NFL history to record 57+ receptions in the first 7 games of a season (only TE to accomplish the feat).
Ertz ranks 5th in the NFL in receiving yards (618) (1st among TEs), behind Adam Thielen (822), Julio Jones (708), DeAndre Hopkins (707) and Tyreek Hill (635).
Ertz joins Ben Coates in 1994 (51-744) and Mike Ditka in 1964 (50-617) as the only TEs in NFL history to produce 50+ receptions and 600+ receiving yards through 7 games. Ertz is the only player in Eagles history to do so.
TE Dallas Goedert
DT Taven Bryan
CB Avonte Maddox
WR DJ Chark
DE Josh Sweat
S Ronnie Harrison
T Matt Pryor
OT Will Richardson
T Jordan Mailata
QB Tanner Lee
LB Leon Jacobs
P Logan Cooke
Notable Off-season Additions
WR Mike Wallace
RB Carlos Hyde
WR Markus Wheaton
WR Donte Moncrief
DT Haloti Ngata
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins
P Cameron Johnston
TE Niles Paul
DT Bruce Hector
CB D.J. Hayden
LB DJ Alexander
FS Cody Davis
WR Jordan Matthews
DB Don Carey
T Ereck Flowers
Notable Off-season Departures
DE Vinny Curry
WR Allen Robinson
WR Torrey Smith
WR Allen Hurns
RB Kenjon Barner
DB Aaron Colvin
RB LaGarrett Blount
TE Mercedes Lewis
LB RB Mychal Kendricks
LB Paul Posluszny
CB Patrick Robinson
G Patrick Omameh
TE Trey Burton
QB Chad Henne
DT Beau Allen
P Donnie Jones
WR Marcus Johnson
TE Brent Celek
Eagles TE Zach Ertz (22) needs 1 TD to move up to 16th on the Eagles all-time receiving list all-time tying WR Charlie Smith
Eagles WR Jordan Matthews (20) needs 1 TD to move into a tie for 19th on the Eagles all-time receiving list tying HB Joe Carter and WR Harold Jackson.
Eagles RB Darren Sproles needs 458 yards to move up to 5th on the NFL’s all-time all-purpose yards list passing WR Tim Brown.
Eagles DE Fletcher Cox (38 - 7th) needs 1.5 sacks to move into a tie for 6th all-time on the Eagles sack list with DE Brandon Graham and DT Andy Harmon.
Eagles S Malcolm Jenkins's (4) needs 1 more Interception for a TD to tie CB Eric Allen (5) for most Interceptions for a TD by an Eagles player.
Jaguars QB Blake Bortles needs 1 Passing TD for 100 career passing TDs.
Jaguars RB YJ Yeldon (6) needs 1 Rushing TD to move up to 12th on the Jaguars all time rushing list tying LaBrandon Toefield and Rashad Jennings.
Jaguars DE Calais Campbell (18.5) needs 1.5 sacks to move into a tie with 2 Jeremy Mincey for 12th on the Jaguars all-time sack list.
Jaguars LB Telvin Smith (7) needs 1 INT to move into a tie for 6th on the Jaguars all-time INT list.
Jaguars S Tashaun Gipson (6) needs 1 INT to move into a tie for 8th on the Jaguars all-time INT list.
Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey (6) needs 1 INT to move into a tie for 8th on the Jaguars all-time INT list.
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The Jaguars have some Tight Ends. What they don't have are Tight Ends that can be relied on in the passing game. The Eagles TEs have amassed 841 yards and 4 TDs, accounting for an average Passer Rating when targeted of 95.1 (non-weighted, Perkins has a 71.7). By comparison, the Jaguars TEs have accumulated 313 yards, 1 TD, and an average Passer Rating when targeted of 74.4 (Grinnage's 3 targets disqualifying from counting).
Matchups to Watch
Eagles Defensive Line vs. Jaguars Offensive Line
Even with Derek Barnett going on IR with a shoulder injury, the Eagles defensive line is still very talented and still has a significant matchup advantage in this contest. While the defense has had it's inconsistencies this season it is still a good and well-coached unit that has kept the team in games and even bailed out the offense on occasion. Even if the offense was humming along at the pace it was last year, it would still have a significant challenge in the Jaguars defense. The Eagles would still need the defense to play at a high level to make life easier for themselves. And while the Eagles defense has been good it hasn't forced the amount of turnovers that it has in the past. Enter the Jaguars, who are among the league worst in giveaways, and their bad QB Blake Bortles. If there was ever a chance for the Eagles defense to have a truly dominant performance this will be the week. The matchup in the trenches for the Eagles defense will provide them with a chance to really control the game. Blake Bortles is a bad QB and is heavily reliant on favorable game scripts. This means his defense needs to be dominant, close enough games for the offense to lean on the power running game, and smart, calculated throws attacking opposing weaknesses in defensive pass schemes - basically the 2017 Jaguars offense. That's the best you'll see from Bortles and even then you don't see a guy capable of carrying anything other than a pack of smokes on game days. Why have they struggled? A big reason is they are down to their 3rd string left tackle due to injuries. Andrew Norwell is still a good guard but hasn't been playing at the elite level he did with the Panthers last year. AJ Cann isn't a good guard on the otherside and Jermey Parnell is a solid right tackle but definitely struggles in pass protection. Without favorable offensive situations and a QB that can pick up the slack, the Jaguars offensive line has been leaking pretty badly. Bortles is bad but isn't getting a lot of help from the cast around him. This unit will face an Eagles pass rush that can still get after the QB at a 40% rate which can cause turnovers that are bound to come in a Blake Bortles led offense. More will be asked of Graham, Bennett, and Long without Barnett than with him but all three are talented enough to eat this week. When you add in Fletcher Cox playing at a DPOY level, you can start to see how the Eagles defense can dominate this game. They cannot let the Jaguars get into any kind of rhythm offensively. Force Bortles to win with his arm. If they can do that they should be perfectly fine.
Eagles Secondary vs. Jaguars Offensive Weapons
The Eagles secondary has shown a propensity to break down against any opponent this year which could make this favorable matchup more problematic for the Birds than it should be. After losing Allen Robinson to the Bears in Free Agency, the Jaguars signed former 4th round pick Donte Moncrief to a two year contract. Moncrief never put it together even with a healthy Luck and has been a bad receiver for the Jaguars despite the offense forcing him targets. He is a lazy and slow route runner with limited big play ability. He is the kind of guy the Eagles secondary should be able to shut down this Sunday. Opposite him is WR Keelan Cole; on the season, Cole has shown to be an unreliable receiver despite the fact he is able to separate from coverage. He went to the Jordan Matthews School of Don't Catch Good showing an inability to consistently catch passes. In the slot the Eagles will likely see Dede Westbrook, who may be the most talented receiver on the roster. Westbrook might not be a true game-breaking talent outside but he has the ability to get open deep as well as accumulate a lot of yards after the catch. The Eagles will be without starter Sidney Jones this week which is unfortunate since that means Dexter McDougle will start in the slot again after being signed off the street a week ago. Eagles fans should not fear Moncrief or Cole but Westbrook has an opportunity to have a good game against a favorable opponent. I don't think coaching has been an issue for the Jaguars offense this season; it is a unit ravaged by injuries, limited help from the weapons, and poor QB play the entire organization committed to. Head coach Doug Marrone and OC Nathan Hackett have shown an ability to draw up plays and game plans that can attack the coverage tendencies of their opponent. They not only cannot execute, they aren't good enough to overcome their deficiencies. The Eagles defense was excellent for 3 quarters last week. It will need to pick itself up and play a complete game this week. There is no excuse to get gashed by the Jaguars offense Sunday.
Eagles Offensive Line vs Jaguars Pass Rush
When healthy, the Eagles have the best and deepest defensive line in Football - the Jaguars are second. The Eagles offense vs the Jaguars defense will be a fun battle to watch all day Sunday and puts each teams strengths at odds against one another. A lot has been made of the Eagles offense and the OL this season and for good reason. They are scoring fewer points than they did last year with a lot of mistakes that have really prohibited the team from turning their season around. Even the offensive line has gotten in on the fun by disappointing fans more often than we've been used to. Generally speaking, I do believe the offensive line has been pretty good this season. They've just had more high profile breakdowns than we've been used to seeing. The last two weeks have been a good showing for the OL and they'll need to continue that trend this week against a very formidable Jaguars defensive front. Calais Campbell signed with the Jaguars last season from the Cardinals and has been a man possessed along the defensive line. He'll see a lot of Jason Peters, who has been up and down on the season and is nursing a torn bicep. Malik Jackson and Taven Bryan are very talented and disruptive; they will make life difficult for Seumalo, Kelce, and Brooks. Yannick Ngakoue is a menace on the other EDGE position. His matchup with a banged up Lane Johnson will be one of the premier trench matchups week 8. Yannick was a target of the Eagles in the 2016 draft after they had him visit the facility but was taken before the Eagles selected in that 3rd round. The guy they did select, Isaac Seumalo, is having a resurgent season at LG after being reinserted into the starting line up much to the consternation of the fan base. The Jaguars use their defensive front similarly to the Eagles; they don't like to blitz a ton relying on their front 4 to generate a lot of pressure. They are very good at it as well. This will be one of the best units each line will face on the season. Winning in the trenches here will go a long way in determining who will enter their bye at .500.
Eagles Passing Offense vs Jaguars Passing Defense
The Run the Damn Ball crowd won't be happy to hear this but the effectiveness of the Eagles passing offense will not only go a long way in determining the winner of this game but also how the Eagles finish down the stretch after the bye. Running the ball is good but being successful through the air more strongly correlates to winning football in the NFL. Since Carson Wentz has returned to the line up in week 3, the Eagles passing offense has gotten better as he's gotten back into the swing of things and improved off his MVP caliber 2017. The return of Alshon Jeffery has also meant a lot to the success of the passing offense since the Eagles have little in the way of healthy receivers at the moment. They just haven't been able to put up points while regressing in the red zone, on 3rd down, and regressing on big plays created. Some of that is natural after the blistering rate the offense scored at last season. Some of it is also on execution, but a lot of it is on the limited receivers the Eagles have after Alshon Jeffery. They face a significant challenge in London on Sunday with the secondary and LBs the Jaguars have to defend against the pass. Jalen Ramsey is one of the premier CBs in the NFL, but the Eagles will get a break with former Texan AJ Bouye being ruled out for the game. Barry Church and Tashaun Gipson round out the secondary as the starting safeties. The Jaguars like to use rookie safety Ronnie Harrison in their big nickel defense as well. You pair all of these players with one of the most talented and athletic LB groups in the NFL - Myles Jack and Telvin Smith - and you get a ferocious defense that is one of the best in the league against the pass for the second consecutive year. Even if the Eagles had their full compliment of weapons for this game this would still be a difficult matchup as the Jaguars have the ability to shut down their opponents one on one. Their defense is still a great unit but has naturally regressed from their insane 2017 campaign. This doesn't mean they are easily beatable; although they should feel shame for getting smoked by Dallas. The Eagles just have their work cut out for them. Nelson Agholor hasn't been nearly as effective this year as the Eagles would have liked and there isn't a viable WR3 healthy on the roster at the moment to take the pressure off of him. While the Jaguars have struggled mightily to defend 12 personnel (2 TEs) the Eagles offense as a whole has been less effective through the air and (especially) on the ground in 11 personnel (3WR). The lack of WR help for the Eagles after Alshon makes this a tricky matchup for Carson Wentz and the Eagles coaching staff. Pederson and company certainly have the ability to scheme open receivers against any defensive group but do the Eagles have enough weapons to take advantage of the matchups they can create? Wentz has made significant strides as a passer and is truly and elite talent. Sure, he can be too aggressive at times and he'll learn to dial things back and take the smart choices. He's going to have to do just that in this game to help the offense against a very talented defense.
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On November 23, 2017, about 1515 eastern standard time, a Mooney M20, N6894N, impacted terrain near Starke, Florida. Instrument meteorological conditions prevailed at the time and an instrument flight rules flight plan was filed for the 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 91 personal flight from Ocala International Airport-Jim Taylor Field (OCF), Ocala, Florida to Cecil Airport (VQQ), Jacksonville, Florida. The airplane was destroyed by impact forces. The private pilot was fatally injured. The flight originated about 1500 eastern standard time from OCF. According to a friend of the pilot, earlier on the day of the accident flight she flew as a passenger with the pilot in the accident airplane to OCF. She said that the flight was uneventful, up until they approached OCF. Prior to landing at OCF, the weather became "very turbulent" as the pilot tried to remain on course. The pilot mentioned that he was trying to maintain altitude as he was preparing for landing. After he landed she said that it was "very windy and raining very hard." They went inside the FBO where the pilot mentioned that he had to get to VQQ for his daughter's birthday and Thanksgiving. The witness said that he should "wait it out", and he agreed. According to the witness, he waited about 45 minutes before he departed. According to FBO personnel, as the pilot waited for the weather to clear up he asked them to top off his fuel tanks. They advised the pilot that the weather was very bad, and he should wait for the fuel. The pilot said that he needed the fuel now because he was trying to get to his daughter's house for Thanksgiving, and requested the line personnel wipe his fuel caps with a towel. After about 45 minutes, the pilot said that he was "heading out;" and was asked if he found a break. The pilot laughed and said he was "gonna go for it." They advised him to be safe and have a good flight. Review of preliminary air traffic control radar and voice communication information from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Jacksonville Air Route Traffic Control Center revealed that as the pilot was on approach to VQQ, controller cleared him for the ILS Runway 36R instrument approach. While on final, the radar controller advised the local controller that the pilot was making erratic turns. Shortly after, the pilot executed a missed approach while on a 5-mile final. The controller cleared the pilot to 3,000 feet and asked if he would like to go to Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), Jacksonville, Florida, where the weather was better; the pilot replied affirmative. The controller asked the pilot if he was able to climb and make turns, the pilot replied "affirmative." Shortly after the last communication, radar contact was lost with the airplane and an alert notice (ALNOT) was issued. The local authorities were notified, and a search ensued. The airplane was located at 1600 in a field near the Camp Blanding Joint Training Center. The pilot, age 73, held a private pilot certificate with a rating for single engine land airplane and instrument airplane. He also held an FAA third-class medical certificate issued July 11, 2016. A review of the pilot's logbook revealed that the last entry was dated September 8, 2017. The total time entered was 3,146 flight hours. His total actual instrument time was recorded as 527 flight hours. The pilot accumulated 400 flight hours in the accident airplane make and model, and 4 hours within the last 90 days. Further review revealed a total accumulation of 27 flight hours and 8 hours of instrument time for the year of 2017. At 1511, the recorded weather at VQQ included winds from 030 at 12 knots, 2 statute miles visibility in mist, and overcast clouds at 900 feet above ground level. The temperature was 63Celsius (C), the dew point was 63 C, and the altimeter setting was 29.87inches of mercury. The wreckage came to rest on 314 heading about 20 miles from VQQ. Examination of the accident site revealed the fuselage was broken into two parts. The cockpit and empennage separated aft of the rear seat at the wing spars. All flight control surfaces were located at the accident site along the debris path. All flight controls were destroyed, and respective control tubes were impact-damaged. Movement of the flight control tubes could not be established, but the tubes from the yoke mounts to the wing roots were present. Engine and propeller controls were impact damaged and did not reveal useful information. The fuel selector was noted in the left wing tank position and 10 gallons of AVGAS was defueled from the tank. Flight control tubes in the left wing were attached to the left aileron and the aileron remained attached to the wing surface. The flap remained attached to the wing and the flap control tubes were damaged. The position of the flaps could not be established. Examination of the right wing revealed that it was fragmented along the debris path. All flight control surfaces were accounted for and were impact damaged. The flight surface control tubes were located throughout the debris path and were fragmented. The empennage was buckled with both horizontal stabilizers and elevators remaining attached. The control tubes remained attached and were broken at the separation point. The vertical stabilizer was separated and located along the debris path. The rudder was separated from the vertical stabilizer and located along the debris path. The rudder and elevator control tubes were located within the empennage and buckled, but could not be manipulated. Examination of the engine revealed that it was impact-damaged. The engine was partly dissembled for examination. The engine accessories were removed for examination. During examination of the engine; rotation of the crankshaft produced thumb compression and valve train movement on all four cylinders. The spark plugs were removed and were gray in color. The oil sump screen was removed and was free of debris. During the examination of the accessories it was noted that both ignition magnetos were impact damaged. The ignition leads were broken and not attached to the spark plugs. The magneto drive gear was rotated on both magnetos and produced spark on all ignition leads. The vacuum pump was disassembled and revealed all internal blades were intact. The internal drive coupling was intact and not damaged. Examination of the carburetor revealed it was separated from the engine and impact damaged. The carburetor was disassembled, and examination revealed that the bowl was free of debris. Examination of the fuel screen revealed insignificant amounts of debris. The throttle and mixture cable were separated from the carburetor and impact damaged. Examination of the propeller revealed all 3 blades were damaged and remained attached to the hub and the hub remained attached to the crankshaft. The blades were labeled A, B and C. Blade A was bent aft and had chordwise scoring. Blade B remained relatively straight with scoring on the blade. Blade C exhibited "S" bending and scoring throughout the blade span.
2016.02.04 16:26 camartinez1229Looks like I have to replace my Zyxel BRG-35503 modem very soon? :( If so, what are my best and most cost-effective options?
So, I got the dreaded email claiming that "Your current modem is no longer capable of supporting the speeds of your XFINITY Internet Service. To get the most out of your service, your existing device needs to be upgraded." That's disappointing, since I just bought the modem back in June 2015. At least it technically paid for itself already, but, I wasn't having to count on buying another one so soon. I currently have a promo rate on Comcast's 25 Mbps Performance tier that's supposed to last me the rest of this year. If my financial situation improves enough this year, I'd like to upgrade to something faster. (But then the stupid data usage plan would become an even bigger concern...how is 300 GB a month really supposed to be enough? That's not the question at hand, though. I'm also in the Atlanta market, if that makes a difference (or at least, I presume, since I live just an hour north of Atlanta.) I've already been looking at the TP-Link TC-7610, which seems to be the cheapest DOCSIS 3.0 8-channel modem I'm finding now at $59. I've also been looking at the Surfboard SB6141, which I know is a popular top pick (though slightly more expensive, from what I'm seeing), but I'm concerned Comcast would give me grief about trying to activate it, since I know the leased version is now EOL. Are 8-channel modems worth the investment now, though? I want something that'll last me two years minimum, and hopefully even longer. I have looked at the 16-channel SB6183, but I'm not sure I could justify the ~$90 expense on that one just yet? So, reddit, I'm asking you all for advice, since I want to get a modem that'll last me hopefully a few years. What should I go with? My sister in Jacksonville, FL is also going to have to replace her Zyxel BRG-35503 very soon too, I imagine, and I feel bad, because I was the one who recommended it to her when she got her service. At least she got over a year of use out of hers, though. Still, it's disappointing that both she and I got burned for trying to save $20 going with a cheaper modem to begin with. Now we have to spend more on a new one much sooner than we anticipated. TL;DR: What are my best options to replace my EOL Zyxel BRG-35503? I'm in the Atlanta market with Xfinity Performance 25 currently. Are 8-channel modems worth it now, or should I go with more channels? And would whatever I go with here, be a good recommendation for my sis in Jax, FL? (I've heard Comcast is rolling out DOCSIS 3.1 in Atlanta--not sure about North FL.) Will the Zyxel BRG-35503 eventually just stop working? Like, can Comcast shut off service to it without warning?
Location: Jacksonville, Florida. But more specifically the Urban Core of Downtown, which has been trademarked DTJax https://www.google.com/maps/place/Downtown,+Jacksonville,+FLemail@example.com,-81.6895193,13z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x88e5b719b14a88d9:0xc014d3ec7956afc What it is: Jacksonville is one of the largest cities in the US and despite a few mediocre geofilters, my company is looking to add one specifically for the Downtown core. Downtown Jax is on the brink of a large scale revitalization and re-branding, so I figured a modern and sleek geofilter would help! Suggestions/notes/misc: One of the current geofilter includes the Jax skyline, which is our trademark. I would like to see this, but with a modern and sleek font and muted colors.
2014.05.30 17:56 carpespasmSome of the best Urban Exploration sites in town
Below is a brain-dump of what I know about some good spots for urbex around town. Keep in mind some of these sites aren't legal to go onto, but it sure can be fun. I've either been to these sites in the last couple years or know someone who has. I'm moving out of town for at least a few months soon and figured I should share. If you know of any other good spots let me know before I go, or for when I come back. Always bring a camera, play it polite and dumb if caught like you were shooting photos for a school project, and camping rules apply. Leave only footsteps, take only photos. https://www.google.com/maps/diSouthside+Blvd+%26+Baymeadows+Rd,+Jacksonville,+FL+32256/30.2235139,-firstname.lastname@example.org,-81.7234445,10z/am=t/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m5!1m1!1s0x88e5cafa5725a029:0x7284ede66dae0287!2m2!1d-81.5519737!2d30.2185802!1m0 an abandoned JEA water treatment plant. been there a couple times with a couple people, park by the nearby baseball park and walk, slip in the gate, enjoy large infrastructure, broken spring-fed well heads, and scientific test equipment that was more walked out of than shut down. Keep an eye out for the pit of decade old tampon applicators though.... http://www.metrojacksonville.com/article/2009-oct-ruins-of-jacksonville-the-ambassador-hotel Ruins of Jacksonville: The Ambassador Hotel Metro Jacksonville bad-ass gilded age hotel turned decrepit HUD housing turned abandoned creepy spot easiest entrance is from the back side, usually a panel of plywood over a window will be gone, sometimes on the second floor you can easily climb to via pipes and metal on the back of the building. Never seen anyone squatting there, have been in a few times, bring respirators and flashlights, go in the day, most above ground floors are very well lit, basement is a warren of mechanical rooms, a derelict disco, and the mail is still in the old reception desk. each floor has a name written on the stairwell door I dubbed that floor since they all have a little different theme. "The looney bin" floor has one room covered in the scrawlings of someone's life who lived there in ink pen. don't fall down the elevator shafts. https://www.google.com/maps/diJacksonville,+FL+32256/30.326778,-email@example.com,-81.613348,11z/am=t/data=!3m1!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m5!1m1!1s0x88e434c716d21b51:0x7082b7f5a112e8ca!2m2!1d-81.5537192!2d30.2205397!1m0 an abandoned and partly flooded pedestrian walkway between the rail lines next to the prime Osbourne center and the center itself they date from the 20s and before when jax had a real trolly system feeding most of the surrounding area, there were too many lines, so they made a beautiful underground passage from the main station (prime Osbourne center) to the individual terminals the entryways are now partially filled in with dirt, and the tunnels are split in two sections, one about 50ft long, and one T shaped about 150-200ft long with the entry way being the bottom of the T you can see the brickwork is still in great shape, no bugs or living things in the water or on the walls, but the air is musty from lack of movement and perpetual total humidity old light fixtures dangle around in the water, rusted wall-mounted sign posts show where signage for paperboys or the like once were went there with Justin once and we took an inflatable mattress as a boat to go deeper into the whole thing on the big side, but where the parking lot for the prime Osborne center starts there's a concrete wall and presumably the tunnel into the basement was at least partly filled in. park in the prime Osbourne parking lot, go under the overpass and through a hole in the fence, it's to the right of that about 100m or so, don't go past the fence if there's trains around, railway cops and train engineers don't take kindly to trespassers and have their own jurisdiction separate from JSO aside from that, the "old city cemetery" catty-corner to jaxhax on Union St just past the start of the Matthew's bridge expressway is pretty dope, old-style cast and wrought iron grave markings, trees planted on top of graves that were probably growing on the deceased's corpse for fertilizer in ww2, loads of big names from jax's early history, and loads of creepy atmosphere. plus no worries about trespassing issues there's also supposed to be a large network of underground storm drains and old fallout shelters in the downtown area, but i've never been able to figure out a decent point of entry to them kayaking up hogan's creek is kinda spooky, there's a box culvert over the Mathew's expressway about 300m long and there's a a condo development built on pilings not far from it between the creek and the landing that's really interesting to paddle around under and when the tide is right hogan's creek can be paddled from the river just about up to shands jax (about 1/2 tide and going out is best). if it's too full the bridges get really short, if it's too far out, some spots get too shallow.
2011.06.29 00:49 DinahmoeWho has the best cell service in the area?
I have a friend moving west of Gainesville, Possibly Newberry and she was asking about cell service in FL. I know ATT sucks here in Jax and Daytona. Anyone got a service they like. She wants data in the package, and will need internet too at the house. Anyone using clear and like it? Thanks in advance!
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