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2020.09.26 21:00 HogsMod Football Game Thread: Arkansas (0-0) vs #4 Georgia (0-0)

Game Info

Location: Razorback Stadium, Fayetteville, Arkansas
Time: 3:00PM CT
TV: SECN
Online: WatchESPN (SECN)
Radio: 99.3/99.5/Online
Live Stats

Previous Meetings

Date Location Ark-UGA
10/18/2014 Little Rock, AR 32-45
9/18/2010 Athens, GA 31-24
9/19/2009 Fayetteville, AR 41-52
10/22/2005 Athens, GA 20-23

ESPN Matchup Prediction

Arkansas 8.9% Georgia 91.1%
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2020.09.20 05:47 CeruleanDayze (24/F/Aegosexual) Looking for someone to settle down and run a Stardew Valley farm with. (Maybe even Minecraft if we click)

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2020.09.19 21:53 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and In-Person Voting in Arkansas: A Detailed Guide to Voting in Jonesboro

NOTE: Craighead County has a drive-thru ballot drop off at [209 W Washington Ave, Jonesboro]*(https://www.google.com/maps/place/209+W+Washington+Ave,+Jonesboro,+AR+72401,+USA/@35.8384137,-90.7064134,15z/data=!4m13!1m7!3m6!1s0x87d4292537f4e04f:0x84a5b7b0dee0a108!2s209+W+Washington+Ave,+Jonesboro,+AR+72401,+USA!3b1!8m2!3d35.838263!4d-90.7063539!3m4!1s0x87d4292537f4e04f:0x84a5b7b0dee0a108!8m2!3d35.838263!4d-90.7063539)
*(ONLY OPEN DURING THE EARLY VOTING PERIOD [Monday, October 19-Monday, November 2]; as well, the Craighead County Election Commission at the Annex @ 315 W Jefferson Ave, Jonesboro will also be open during Early Voting for ballot drop-off)
CRAIGHEAD COUNTY CLERK (IN JONESBORO): Craighead County Courthouse (Jonesboro), 511 S Main St, Jonesboro, AR 72401
**NOTE: Because Craighead County has two county seats, and therefore two courthouses, be sure.
https://www.craigheadcounty.org/residential/elections
(IF YOU DO NOT LIVE IN CRAIGHEAD COUNTY, A DIRECTORY OF COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICES CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.)
Hey people of Jonesboro!
Absentee voting starts this weekend, as absentee ballots are beginning to be mailed out to all registered voters who have requested one.
IMPORTANT NOTE: IF YOU HAVE AN INCONSISTENT OR BAD SIGNATURE, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU VOTE IN-PERSON. Arkansas currently provides NO NOTIFICATION OR CURE PROCESS for mismatched signatures, so, if your signature doesn't match the one on file, you should assume that it be rejected outright, without your knowledge.
https://www.arkansas.gov/sbec/faqs/#Absentee
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf
If you have already applied for an absentee ballot, and want to vote in-person, you will have to vote with a provisional ballot.
According to this document:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/rulesRegs/Arkansas%20Registe2016/jan2016/108.00.15-008.pdf (page 7)
"Upon delivery of an absentee ballot to an individual authorized to receive an absentee ballot, the county clerk shall mark the electronic voter registration record and the precinct voter registration list to indicate that an absentee ballot has been delivered to the voter under the procedures in this section. Any person to whom an absentee ballot is delivered according to the precinct voter registration list, but who chooses to vote by early voting or to vote at his or her polling site on election day, shall be permitted to cast a provisional ballot at the poll."
If you have not registered to vote yet, please do so as soon as possible. Arkansas does not have online voter registration, so either fill out a registration form online and send it in as soon as possible, or call your county clerk's office for your best options on how to register to vote (County Clerk's office listed at the top of the page).
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf
Even if you have completed the process in terms of registering to vote, you will need to wait for your voter registration card to be mailed to you. Until you receive your card, you would have to assume that you are NOT registered until you actually get that card. So register right away if you can.
IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE that you may be able to pick up a voter registration card right away if you register to vote at your County Clerk's office. I AM NOT 100% SURE ABOUT THIS, so double check. If this is possible, this may be your best option, at least at this point of time, if you want to guarantee that you will be able to go vote in this Election.
The deadline for voter registration is Monday, October 5.
Whether or not you vote absentee or in-person, you will need a valid photo ID. Remember: YOU WILL NEED TO ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID FORM OF PHOTO ID TO YOUR BALLOT (NOT THE BALLOT REQUEST, BUT RATHER WITH THE BALLOT ITSELF).
Keep in mind that your ID needs to be current as of November 3, 2016, as your ID can be expired no more than 4 years to the date of the upcoming Election. If you need to update your driver's license or other photo ID, you should do so as soon as possible.
Valid ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON INSTEAD OF ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL, SKIP TO THE *IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON** SECTION BELOW*.
IF YOU ARE VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you are voting absentee-by-mail, then, once you have requested and then subsequently received your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill in your ballot, and then SIGN IN THE CORRECT PLACE. Also remember: YOU MUST ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID PHOTO ID WITH YOUR BALLOT. If you do not have a copier, you can go to the library, or go to a place like Staples, or use a friend or neighbor's copier if they allow you to use it, in order to get your ID copied.
Once you are done, you should hand-deliver it to your county clerk's office to 100% guarantee that it will be received on time (locations listed at the top of the page).
Ballots need to be received by end of business day on the day BEFORE Election Day (Monday, November 2). WHEN DROPPING OFF YOUR BALLOT, DON'T FORGET YOUR PHOTO ID. You will need to show it to the clerk's office when dropping off your ballot.
YOU, AND ONLY YOU, can drop off your ballot, unless you are "a patient in a hospital, long-term-care facility, or residential care facility licensed by the state," according to the Pocket Guide (link down below). If you are confined to your residence but are not in that category, mail it back as soon as you can, or, if you want to risk it, hand-deliver it to the clerk's office at a time that is less busy.
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON
Before going to the polls, make sure you have proper photo ID. Proper photo ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
If you are voting in-person, early voting starts on Monday, October 19, and ends on Monday, November 2.
CRAIGHEAD COUNTY EARLY VOTING: at both the Jonesboro and Lake City Courthouses https://www.craigheadcounty.org/residential/elections
You may also vote in-person on Election Day at your polling precinct.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf [VOTING POCKET] GUIDE
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf [DIRECTORY OF CLERK'S OFFICES]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/absentee-voting
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/voting-in-arkansas
https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2020/09/11/planning-to-vote-absentee-think-carefully-about-it-if-you-want-to-be-sure-your-vote-counts [Voting after requesting an absentee ballot]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/2020_Election_Calendar_7-29-19.pdf
https://www.craigheadcounty.org/residential/elections
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2020/07/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail_DemocracyDocket_UPDATED_JULY2020.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.19 21:40 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and In-Person Voting: A Detailed Guide to Voting in Hot Springs

GARLAND COUNTY CLERK: 501 Ouachita Avenue, Room 103, Hot Springs, AR 71901
Hours of Operation: Call for hours
https://garlandcounty.org/249/County-Clerk
(IF YOU DO NOT LIVE IN GARLAND COUNTY, A DIRECTORY OF COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICES CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.)
Hey people of Hot Springs!
Absentee voting starts this weekend, as absentee ballots are beginning to be mailed out to all registered voters who have requested one.
IMPORTANT NOTE: IF YOU HAVE AN INCONSISTENT OR BAD SIGNATURE, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU VOTE IN-PERSON. Arkansas currently provides NO NOTIFICATION OR CURE PROCESS for mismatched signatures, so, if your signature doesn't match the one on file, you should assume that it be rejected outright, without your knowledge.
https://www.arkansas.gov/sbec/faqs/#Absentee
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf
If you have already applied for an absentee ballot, and want to vote in-person, you will have to vote with a provisional ballot.
According to this document:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/rulesRegs/Arkansas%20Registe2016/jan2016/108.00.15-008.pdf (page 7)
"Upon delivery of an absentee ballot to an individual authorized to receive an absentee ballot, the county clerk shall mark the electronic voter registration record and the precinct voter registration list to indicate that an absentee ballot has been delivered to the voter under the procedures in this section. Any person to whom an absentee ballot is delivered according to the precinct voter registration list, but who chooses to vote by early voting or to vote at his or her polling site on election day, shall be permitted to cast a provisional ballot at the poll."
If you have not registered to vote yet, please do so as soon as possible. Arkansas does not have online voter registration, so either fill out a registration form online and send it in as soon as possible, or call your county clerk's office for your best options on how to register to vote.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
Even if you have completed the process in terms of registering to vote, you will need to wait for your voter registration card to be mailed to you. Until you receive your card, you would have to assume that you are NOT registered until you actually get that card. So register right away if you can.
IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE that you may be able to pick up a voter registration card right away if you register to vote at your County Clerk's office. I AM NOT 100% SURE ABOUT THIS, so double check. If this is possible, this may be your best option, at least at this point of time, if you want to guarantee that you will be able to go vote in this Election.
The deadline for voter registration is Monday, October 5.
Whether or not you vote absentee or in-person, you will need a valid photo ID. Remember: YOU WILL NEED TO ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID FORM OF PHOTO ID TO YOUR BALLOT (NOT THE BALLOT REQUEST, BUT RATHER WITH THE BALLOT ITSELF).
Keep in mind that your ID needs to be current as of November 3, 2016, as your ID can be expired no more than 4 years to the date of the upcoming Election. If you need to update your driver's license or other photo ID, you should do so as soon as possible.
Valid ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON INSTEAD OF ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL, SKIP TO THE *IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON** SECTION BELOW*.
IF YOU ARE VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you are voting absentee-by-mail, then, once you have requested and then subsequently received your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill in your ballot, and then SIGN IN THE CORRECT PLACE. Also remember: YOU MUST ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID PHOTO ID WITH YOUR BALLOT. If you do not have a copier, you can go to the library, or go to a place like Staples, or use a friend or neighbor's copier if they allow you to use it, in order to get your ID copied.
Once you are done, you should hand-deliver it to your county clerk's office to 100% guarantee that it will be received on time. Clerk's office address is at the top of the page.
Ballots need to be received by end of business day on the day BEFORE Election Day (Monday, November 2). WHEN DROPPING OFF YOUR BALLOT, DON'T FORGET YOUR PHOTO ID. You will need to show it to the clerk's office when dropping off your ballot.
YOU, AND ONLY YOU, can drop off your ballot, unless you are "a patient in a hospital, long-term-care facility, or residential care facility licensed by the state," according to the Pocket Guide (link down below). If you are confined to your residence but are not in that category, mail it back as soon as you can, or, if you want to risk it, hand-deliver it to the clerk's office at a time that is less busy.
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON
Before going to the polls, make sure you have proper photo ID. Proper photo ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
If you are voting in-person, early voting starts on Monday, October 19, and ends on Monday, November 2.
EARLY VOTING IN GARLAND COUNTY: https://www.garlandcountyvote.org/uploads/6/3/0/4/63045401/gcec-037_vote_center_list_2020_covid.pdf
You may also vote in-person on Election Day at your polling precinct.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf [VOTING POCKET] GUIDE
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf [DIRECTORY OF CLERK'S OFFICES]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/absentee-voting
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/voting-in-arkansas
https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2020/09/11/planning-to-vote-absentee-think-carefully-about-it-if-you-want-to-be-sure-your-vote-counts [Voting after requesting an absentee ballot]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/2020_Election_Calendar_7-29-19.pdf
https://garlandcounty.org/249/County-Clerk
https://www.garlandcountyvote.org/
https://www.garlandcountyvote.org/uploads/6/3/0/4/63045401/gcec-037_vote_center_list_2020_covid.pdf
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2020/07/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail_DemocracyDocket_UPDATED_JULY2020.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.19 21:05 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and In-Person Voting in Arkansas: A Detailed Guide to Voting in Fort Smith

SEBASTIAN COUNTY CLERK (FORT SMITH): Sebastian County Courthouse (Fort Smith), 35 S 6th St, Room 102 Fort Smith, AR 72901
Hours of Operation: 8am-5pm MON-FRI
SEBASTIAN COUNTY CLERK (GREENWOOD): Sebastian County Courthouse (Greenwood), 301 E Center St, Room 104, Greenwood, AR 72936
Hours of Operation: 8am-5pm MON-FRI
**NOTE: Because Sebastian County has two county seats, and therefore two courthouses, make sure that you are 100% certain that you are delivering your ballot to the right one. Call if you need clarification.
CRAWFORD COUNTY CLERK (VAN BUREN): Crawford County Courthouse @ 300 Main St, Room #7, Van Buren, Ar 72956
Hours of operation: Call for hours
https://www.crawford-county.org/officials/county_clerk
(IF YOU DO NOT LIVE IN SEBASTIAN OR CRAWFORD COUNTIES, A DIRECTORY OF COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICES CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.)
Hey people of Fort Smith!
Absentee voting starts this weekend, as absentee ballots are beginning to be mailed out to all registered voters who have requested one.
IMPORTANT NOTE: IF YOU HAVE AN INCONSISTENT OR BAD SIGNATURE, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU VOTE IN-PERSON. Arkansas currently provides NO NOTIFICATION OR CURE PROCESS for mismatched signatures, so, if your signature doesn't match the one on file, you should assume that it be rejected outright, without your knowledge.
https://www.arkansas.gov/sbec/faqs/#Absentee
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf
If you have already applied for an absentee ballot, and want to vote in-person, you will have to vote with a provisional ballot.
According to this document:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/rulesRegs/Arkansas%20Registe2016/jan2016/108.00.15-008.pdf (page 7)
"Upon delivery of an absentee ballot to an individual authorized to receive an absentee ballot, the county clerk shall mark the electronic voter registration record and the precinct voter registration list to indicate that an absentee ballot has been delivered to the voter under the procedures in this section. Any person to whom an absentee ballot is delivered according to the precinct voter registration list, but who chooses to vote by early voting or to vote at his or her polling site on election day, shall be permitted to cast a provisional ballot at the poll."
If you have not registered to vote yet, please do so as soon as possible. Arkansas does not have online voter registration, so either fill out a registration form online and send it in as soon as possible, or call your county clerk's office for your best options on how to register to vote (County Clerk's office listed at the top of the page).
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf
Even if you have completed the process in terms of registering to vote, you will need to wait for your voter registration card to be mailed to you. Until you receive your card, you would have to assume that you are NOT registered until you actually get that card. So register right away if you can.
IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE that you may be able to pick up a voter registration card right away if you register to vote at your County Clerk's office. I AM NOT 100% SURE ABOUT THIS, so double check. If this is possible, this may be your best option, at least at this point of time, if you want to guarantee that you will be able to go vote in this Election.
The deadline for voter registration is Monday, October 5.
Whether or not you vote absentee or in-person, you will need a valid photo ID. Remember: YOU WILL NEED TO ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID FORM OF PHOTO ID TO YOUR BALLOT (NOT THE BALLOT REQUEST, BUT RATHER WITH THE BALLOT ITSELF).
Keep in mind that your ID needs to be current as of November 3, 2016, as your ID can be expired no more than 4 years to the date of the upcoming Election. If you need to update your driver's license or other photo ID, you should do so as soon as possible.
Valid ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON INSTEAD OF ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL, SKIP TO THE *IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON** SECTION BELOW*.
IF YOU ARE VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you are voting absentee-by-mail, then, once you have requested and then subsequently received your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill in your ballot, and then SIGN IN THE CORRECT PLACE. Also remember: YOU MUST ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID PHOTO ID WITH YOUR BALLOT. If you do not have a copier, you can go to the library, or go to a place like Staples, or use a friend or neighbor's copier if they allow you to use it, in order to get your ID copied.
Once you are done, you should hand-deliver it to your county clerk's office to 100% guarantee that it will be received on time (locations listed at the top of the page).
Ballots need to be received by end of business day on the day BEFORE Election Day (Monday, November 2). WHEN DROPPING OFF YOUR BALLOT, DON'T FORGET YOUR PHOTO ID. You will need to show it to the clerk's office when dropping off your ballot.
YOU, AND ONLY YOU, can drop off your ballot, unless you are "a patient in a hospital, long-term-care facility, or residential care facility licensed by the state," according to the Pocket Guide (link down below). If you are confined to your residence but are not in that category, mail it back as soon as you can, or, if you want to risk it, hand-deliver it to the clerk's office at a time that is less busy.
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON
Before going to the polls, make sure you have proper photo ID. Proper photo ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
If you are voting in-person, early voting starts on Monday, October 19, and ends on Monday, November 2.
SEBASTIAN COUNTY EARLY VOTING: https://www.sebastiancountyar.gov/Departments/County-Clerk/Election-Details
CRAWFORD COUNTY EARLY VOTING: (contact the County Clerk's office for details) https://www.crawford-county.org/officials/county_clerk
You may also vote in-person on Election Day at your polling precinct.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf [VOTING POCKET] GUIDE
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf [DIRECTORY OF CLERK'S OFFICES]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/absentee-voting
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/voting-in-arkansas
https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2020/09/11/planning-to-vote-absentee-think-carefully-about-it-if-you-want-to-be-sure-your-vote-counts [Voting after requesting an absentee ballot]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/2020_Election_Calendar_7-29-19.pdf
https://www.sebastiancountyar.gov/Departments/County-Clerk/Election-Details
https://www.crawford-county.org/officials/county_clerk
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2020/07/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail_DemocracyDocket_UPDATED_JULY2020.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.19 20:50 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and In-Person Voting: A Detailed Guide to Voting in Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas

Hey Razorbacks!
Absentee voting starts this weekend, as absentee ballots are beginning to be mailed out to all registered voters who have requested one.
IMPORTANT NOTE: IF YOU HAVE AN INCONSISTENT OR BAD SIGNATURE, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU VOTE IN-PERSON. Arkansas currently provides NO NOTIFICATION OR CURE PROCESS for mismatched signatures, so, if your signature doesn't match the one on file, you should assume that it be rejected outright, without your knowledge.
https://www.arkansas.gov/sbec/faqs/#Absentee
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf
If you have already applied for an absentee ballot, and want to vote in-person, you will have to vote with a provisional ballot.
According to this document:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/rulesRegs/Arkansas%20Registe2016/jan2016/108.00.15-008.pdf (page 7)
"Upon delivery of an absentee ballot to an individual authorized to receive an absentee ballot, the county clerk shall mark the electronic voter registration record and the precinct voter registration list to indicate that an absentee ballot has been delivered to the voter under the procedures in this section. Any person to whom an absentee ballot is delivered according to the precinct voter registration list, but who chooses to vote by early voting or to vote at his or her polling site on election day, shall be permitted to cast a provisional ballot at the poll."
If you have not registered to vote yet, please do so as soon as possible. Arkansas does not have online voter registration, so either fill out a registration form online and send it in as soon as possible, or call your county clerk's office for your best options on how to register to vote.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf
Even if you have completed the process in terms of registering to vote, you will need to wait for your voter registration card to be mailed to you. Until you receive your card, you would have to assume that you are NOT registered until you actually get that card. So register right away if you can.
IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE that you may be able to pick up a voter registration card right away if you register to vote at your County Clerk's office. I AM NOT 100% SURE ABOUT THIS, so double check. If this is possible, this may be your best option, at least at this point of time, if you want to guarantee that you will be able to go vote in this Election.
The deadline for voter registration is Monday, October 5.
Whether or not you vote absentee or in-person, you will need a valid photo ID. Remember: YOU WILL NEED TO ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID FORM OF PHOTO ID TO YOUR BALLOT (NOT THE BALLOT REQUEST, BUT RATHER WITH THE BALLOT ITSELF).
Keep in mind that your ID needs to be current as of November 3, 2016, as your ID can be expired no more than 4 years to the date of the upcoming Election. If you need to update your driver's license or other photo ID, you should do so as soon as possible.
Valid ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON INSTEAD OF ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL, SKIP TO THE *IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON** SECTION BELOW*.
IF YOU ARE VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you are voting absentee-by-mail, then, once you have requested and then subsequently received your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill in your ballot, and then SIGN IN THE CORRECT PLACE. Also remember: YOU MUST ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID PHOTO ID WITH YOUR BALLOT. If you do not have a copier, you can go to the library, or go to a place like Staples, or use a friend or neighbor's copier if they allow you to use it, in order to get your ID copied.
Once you are done, you should hand-deliver it to your county clerk's office to 100% guarantee that it will be received on time.
IF YOU ARE IN BENTON COUNTY, you can return your ballot to more than one location. Check the website for more details.
Ballots need to be received by end of business day on the day BEFORE Election Day (Monday, November 2). WHEN DROPPING OFF YOUR BALLOT, DON'T FORGET YOUR PHOTO ID. You will need to show it to the clerk's office when dropping off your ballot.
YOU, AND ONLY YOU, can drop off your ballot, unless you are "a patient in a hospital, long-term-care facility, or residential care facility licensed by the state," according to the Pocket Guide (link down below). If you are confined to your residence but are not in that category, mail it back as soon as you can, or, if you want to risk it, hand-deliver it to the clerk's office at a time that is less busy.
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON
Before going to the polls, make sure you have proper photo ID. Proper photo ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
If you are voting in-person, early voting starts on Monday, October 19, and ends on Monday, November 2.
WASHINGTON COUNTY EARLY VOTING: https://www.washingtoncountyar.gov/government/departments-a-e/county-clerk/voting
BENTON COUNTY EARLY VOTING: https://vote.bentoncountyar.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/List-of-Early-Vote-Locations-and-Times-for-Website.pdf
You may also vote in-person on Election Day at your polling precinct.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf [VOTING POCKET] GUIDE
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf [DIRECTORY OF CLERK'S OFFICES]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/absentee-voting
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/voting-in-arkansas
https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2020/09/11/planning-to-vote-absentee-think-carefully-about-it-if-you-want-to-be-sure-your-vote-counts [Voting after requesting an absentee ballot]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/2020_Election_Calendar_7-29-19.pdf
https://www.washingtoncountyar.gov/government/departments-a-e/county-clerk/voting
https://www.washingtoncountyar.gov/government/departments-a-e/county-clerk/voting/absentee-voting/-fsiteid-1
https://vote.bentoncountyar.gov/
https://bentoncountyar.gov/county-clerk/ [ALSO WHERE TO RETURN YOUR BALLOT]
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2020/07/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail_DemocracyDocket_UPDATED_JULY2020.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.19 20:49 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and In-Person Voting in Arkansas: A Detailed Guide to Voting in Little Rock

PULASKI COUNTY CLERK: Pulaski County Courthouse @ 401 West Markham St., Ste. A, Little Rock, AR 72201
Hours of Operation: Call for hours.
http://www.pulaskiclerk.com/
(IF YOU DO NOT LIVE IN PULASKI COUNTY, A DIRECTORY OF COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICES CAN BE FOUND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.)
Hey people of Little Rock!
Absentee voting starts this weekend, as absentee ballots are beginning to be mailed out to all registered voters who have requested one.
IMPORTANT NOTE: IF YOU HAVE AN INCONSISTENT OR BAD SIGNATURE, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU VOTE IN-PERSON. Arkansas currently provides NO NOTIFICATION OR CURE PROCESS for mismatched signatures, so, if your signature doesn't match the one on file, you should assume that it be rejected outright, without your knowledge.
https://www.arkansas.gov/sbec/faqs/#Absentee
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf
If you have already applied for an absentee ballot, and want to vote in-person, you will have to vote with a provisional ballot.
According to this document:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/rulesRegs/Arkansas%20Registe2016/jan2016/108.00.15-008.pdf (page 7)
"Upon delivery of an absentee ballot to an individual authorized to receive an absentee ballot, the county clerk shall mark the electronic voter registration record and the precinct voter registration list to indicate that an absentee ballot has been delivered to the voter under the procedures in this section. Any person to whom an absentee ballot is delivered according to the precinct voter registration list, but who chooses to vote by early voting or to vote at his or her polling site on election day, shall be permitted to cast a provisional ballot at the poll."
If you have not registered to vote yet, please do so as soon as possible. Arkansas does not have online voter registration, so either fill out a registration form online and send it in as soon as possible, or call your county clerk's office for your best options on how to register to vote.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
Even if you have completed the process in terms of registering to vote, you will need to wait for your voter registration card to be mailed to you. Until you receive your card, you would have to assume that you are NOT registered until you actually get that card. So register right away if you can.
IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE that you may be able to pick up a voter registration card right away if you register to vote at your County Clerk's office. I AM NOT 100% SURE ABOUT THIS, so double check. If this is possible, this may be your best option, at least at this point of time, if you want to guarantee that you will be able to go vote in this Election.
The deadline for voter registration is Monday, October 5.
Whether or not you vote absentee or in-person, you will need a valid photo ID. Remember: YOU WILL NEED TO ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID FORM OF PHOTO ID TO YOUR BALLOT (NOT THE BALLOT REQUEST, BUT RATHER WITH THE BALLOT ITSELF).
Keep in mind that your ID needs to be current as of November 3, 2016, as your ID can be expired no more than 4 years to the date of the upcoming Election. If you need to update your driver's license or other photo ID, you should do so as soon as possible.
Valid ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON INSTEAD OF ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL, SKIP TO THE *IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON** SECTION BELOW*.
IF YOU ARE VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you are voting absentee-by-mail, then, once you have requested and then subsequently received your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill in your ballot, and then SIGN IN THE CORRECT PLACE. Also remember: YOU MUST ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID PHOTO ID WITH YOUR BALLOT. If you do not have a copier, you can go to the library, or go to a place like Staples, or use a friend or neighbor's copier if they allow you to use it, in order to get your ID copied.
Once you are done, you should hand-deliver it to your county clerk's office to 100% guarantee that it will be received on time. Clerk's office address is at the top of the page.
Ballots need to be received by end of business day on the day BEFORE Election Day (Monday, November 2). WHEN DROPPING OFF YOUR BALLOT, DON'T FORGET YOUR PHOTO ID. You will need to show it to the clerk's office when dropping off your ballot.
YOU, AND ONLY YOU, can drop off your ballot, unless you are "a patient in a hospital, long-term-care facility, or residential care facility licensed by the state," according to the Pocket Guide (link down below). If you are confined to your residence but are not in that category, mail it back as soon as you can, or, if you want to risk it, hand-deliver it to the clerk's office at a time that is less busy.
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON
Before going to the polls, make sure you have proper photo ID. Proper photo ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
If you are voting in-person, early voting starts on Monday, October 19, and ends on Monday, November 2.
EARLY VOTING IN PULASKI COUNTY:https://www.votepulaski.net/index.php/test/standard-information-for-elections
You may also vote in-person on Election Day at your polling precinct.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf [VOTING POCKET] GUIDE
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf [DIRECTORY OF CLERK'S OFFICES]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/absentee-voting
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/voting-in-arkansas
https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2020/09/11/planning-to-vote-absentee-think-carefully-about-it-if-you-want-to-be-sure-your-vote-counts [Voting after requesting an absentee ballot]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/2020_Election_Calendar_7-29-19.pdf
https://www.votepulaski.net/
https://www.votepulaski.net/index.php/test/standard-information-for-elections
http://www.pulaskiclerk.com/
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2020/07/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail_DemocracyDocket_UPDATED_JULY2020.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.19 20:07 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and In-Person Voting in Arkansas: A Detailed Guide

Hey Arkansans!
Absentee voting starts this weekend, as absentee ballots are beginning to be mailed out to all registered voters who have requested one.
IMPORTANT NOTE: IF YOU HAVE AN INCONSISTENT OR BAD SIGNATURE, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU VOTE IN-PERSON. Arkansas currently provides NO NOTIFICATION OR CURE PROCESS for mismatched signatures, so, if your signature doesn't match the one on file, you should assume that it be rejected outright, without your knowledge.
https://www.arkansas.gov/sbec/faqs/#Absentee
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/themes/demdoc/assets/docs/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail.pdf
If you have already applied for an absentee ballot, and want to vote in-person, you will have to vote with a provisional ballot.
According to this document:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/rulesRegs/Arkansas%20Registe2016/jan2016/108.00.15-008.pdf (page 7)
"Upon delivery of an absentee ballot to an individual authorized to receive an absentee ballot, the county clerk shall mark the electronic voter registration record and the precinct voter registration list to indicate that an absentee ballot has been delivered to the voter under the procedures in this section. Any person to whom an absentee ballot is delivered according to the precinct voter registration list, but who chooses to vote by early voting or to vote at his or her polling site on election day, shall be permitted to cast a provisional ballot at the poll."
If you have not registered to vote yet, please do so as soon as possible. Arkansas does not have online voter registration, so either fill out a registration form online and send it in as soon as possible, or call your county clerk's office for your best options on how to register to vote.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf
Even if you have completed the process in terms of registering to vote, you will need to wait for your voter registration card to be mailed to you. Until you receive your card, you would have to assume that you are NOT registered until you actually get that card. So register right away if you can.
IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE that you may be able to pick up a voter registration card right away if you register to vote at your County Clerk's office. I AM NOT 100% SURE ABOUT THIS, so double check. If this is possible, this may be your best option, at least at this point of time, if you want to guarantee that you will be able to go vote in this Election.
The deadline for voter registration is Monday, October 5.
Whether or not you vote absentee or in-person, you will need a valid photo ID. Remember: YOU WILL NEED TO ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID FORM OF PHOTO ID TO YOUR BALLOT (NOT THE BALLOT REQUEST, BUT RATHER WITH THE BALLOT ITSELF).
Keep in mind that your ID needs to be current as of November 3, 2016, as your ID can be expired no more than 4 years to the date of the upcoming Election. If you need to update your driver's license or other photo ID, you should do so as soon as possible.
Valid ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide.
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON INSTEAD OF ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL, SKIP TO THE *IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON** SECTION BELOW*.
IF YOU ARE VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL
If you are voting absentee-by-mail, then, once you have requested and then subsequently received your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, fill in your ballot, and then SIGN IN THE CORRECT PLACE. Also remember: YOU MUST ATTACH A PHOTOCOPY OF A VALID PHOTO ID WITH YOUR BALLOT. If you do not have a copier, you can go to the library, or go to a place like Staples, or use a friend or neighbor's copier if they allow you to use it, in order to get your ID copied.
Once you are done, you should hand-deliver it to your county clerk's office to 100% guarantee that it will be received on time. Ballots need to be received by end of business day on the day BEFORE Election Day (Monday, November 2). WHEN DROPPING OFF YOUR BALLOT, DON'T FORGET YOUR PHOTO ID. You will need to show it to the clerk's office when dropping off your ballot.
IF YOUR COUNTY HAS TWO COUNTY SEATS, MAKE SURE YOU DROP OFF YOUR BALLOT IN THE RIGHT ONE.
YOU, AND ONLY YOU, can drop off your ballot, unless you are "a patient in a hospital, long-term-care facility, or residential care facility licensed by the state," according to the Pocket Guide (link down below). If you are confined to your residence but are not in that category, mail it back as soon as you can, or, if you want to risk it, hand-deliver it to the clerk's office at a time that is less busy.
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON
Before going to the polls, make sure you have proper photo ID. Proper photo ID can be found on page 5 of the pocket guide:
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf
If you are voting in-person, early voting starts on Monday, October 19. Contact your county clerk's office for more details on early voting locations and hours. Early voting ends on Monday, November 2.
You may also vote in-person on Election Day at your polling precinct.
LINKS TO SOURCES
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/voting_101_9-2018_grayscaleb.pdf [VOTING POCKET] GUIDE
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/ARCountyClerks.pdf [DIRECTORY OF CLERK'S OFFICES]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/absentee-voting
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information/voting-in-arkansas
https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2020/09/11/planning-to-vote-absentee-think-carefully-about-it-if-you-want-to-be-sure-your-vote-counts [Voting after requesting an absentee ballot]
https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/2020_Election_Calendar_7-29-19.pdf
https://www.washingtoncountyar.gov/government/departments-a-e/county-clerk/voting/absentee-voting/-fsiteid-1
https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2020/07/Safeguarding-Our-Democracy-with-Vote-by-Mail_DemocracyDocket_UPDATED_JULY2020.pdf [signature mismatch]
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2020.09.18 18:53 WASTxFun Reception Venue in Hot Springs, Arkansas-

So, I'm starting to narrow down venues, and I love one ceremony space which does have reception spaces available, but it may turn out to be more than I want to spend. I had assumed that, so I started looking for the cheaper option: restaurants...(I should add, I don't live in Hot Springs, it's just a good option for most of our traveling guests, and just a bit of a drive for our "local" ones.)
I started looking online for local restaurants that could accommodate larger parties, and I was a bit surprised. One charges a flat $2500 fee to use the space, tables, chairs, place settings (but the restaurant remains open). Another, was charging $30 per person for fried catfish, fries, and a roll (which I can't even tell if it's a true private room)...and yeah, that should cost maybe $10 if you were just walking in. Several other "large parties" look like sports bars. I couldn't see pictures or pricing for others.
I know I'm cheap, but spending $100+ per person with no personalized decor and what may be essentially casual dining just irritates me. If I'm going to do that, I'd rather see if I could make one of the space work at the ceremony site...and have the Olive Garden or something similarly inexpensive. My guests aren't picky folks, and will just be happy to celebrate with us.
Does anyone know of a restaurant or similar place in Hot Springs, Arkansas to accommodate a small-ish wedding (50 people max)?
We haven't set a date or anything else, so we are pretty much flexible on everything. I'm just a little in love with the ceremony site.
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2020.09.18 15:31 Infinity315 The case for $OLN

What does $OLN (Olin Corporation) and $VSTO do?
OLN produces chemical products, but most importantly they produce ammunition (it makes up about 10% of their business). From their website, they're the largest supplier of ammunition in the United States. They own Winchester. In addition, they're also one of the largest producers of bleach in NA; which can be used to sanitize things (hurray?). VSTO sells ammunition in addition to providing shooting ranges. However, I think VSTO is a bit overvalued rn. According to the price to book ratio, OLN is currently undervalued.
Hypothesis:
Olin and VSTO will go up in price due to fears arising from the 2020 presidential election. Trump Republicans will buy ammo and guns out of fear that the feds will take their guns if Biden wins. Especially if the protests are not quelled soon.
Supporting evidence:
1. It has been observed (supposedly) that conservatives/republicans are more fear-driven.
Source: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/mind-in-the-machine/201612/fear-and-anxiety-drive-conservatives-political-attitudes
“Conservatives tend to focus on the negative … To many conservatives, the world may look like a much scarier place … Conservatives have a stronger physiological response to threats … Conservatives’ brains are more reactive to fear.”
2. Google trends indicate a spike in interest for ammo prior to elections.
Keep in mind this when reading the trend graphs (especially 2012):
” Numbers represent search interest relative to the highest point on the chart for the given region and time. A value of 100 is the peak popularity for the term. A value of 50 means that the term is half as popular. A score of 0 means there was not enough data for this term.” - Google
2016 : (Notice how the states with the most interest voted red? Wyoming, Alaska, West Virginia, Montana)
2012 (keep in mind this is 2012; the supposed end of the world, however, it still indicates a spike in interest at November) :
(Red states again have the most interest: Wyoming, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Alaska, Arkansas)
2008: (Regions with most interest: Wyoming, Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Montana)
3. Google trends for BLM and Antifa for the past 12 months:
Notice the majority interest is from red states and not blue states? Why would red states be more interested in what is generally regarded as Liberal or blue groups than democrats and liberals? Trump Republicans are very much scared / hate these groups.
BLM: (Regions with most interest: Wyoming, Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Montana)
Antifa (Regions with most interest: Wyoming, Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Montana)
Chaz (Regions with most interest: Wyoming, Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Washington)
4. The stock market seems to follow a similar trend with spikes around November:
2016
2012
2008
5. The rhetoric Trump and his campaign is feeding his supporters:
“President @realDonaldTrump: “The rhetoric of Biden and the Radical Left puts your law enforcement in serious danger””
https://twitter.com/TeamTrump/status/1306777755082780674
“President @realDonaldTrump: “Biden will hand the left-wing mob the keys to your kids’ classroom"”
https://twitter.com/TeamTrump/status/1306771724113981442
Trump text: https://i.redd.it/usbcfmp0mpn51.jpg (ignore the right-hand side)
Trump supporters have remained steadfast in their support for Trump. Trump has captured the loyalty of ~40% of the voting population that seems like they will never give up on him
6. Biden’s Platform:
Things that would be most concerning for pro-gun people (in my opinion)
“Require background checks for all gun sales.”
“Reduce stockpiling of weapons.”
“End the online sale of firearms and ammunition.”
7. There are concerns of ammo shortages, I suspect this will only get worse as the election comes near.
Google trends for "ammo shortage"
Google trends for "ammo in stock"
"Why not VSTO / Federal Premium Ammunition?"
Google trends indicate that Winchester ammunition occupies more headspace than Federal Premium Ammunition, however, considering that there is an expected ammo shortage, go for it.
https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?geo=US&q=Federal%20Premium%20ammo,winchester%20ammunition
My personal opinion:
Trump will likely increase the rhetoric, especially up until the very end of the election. The US is at it's greatest political divide since the civil war and the civil rights movement. This election will spark fear in both parties, potentially making some Democrats take up arms. Trump has also planted the idea that the election could be fraudulent in his supporters head's, meaning there is likely a significant portion of supporters who will stock up to "defend the constitution" or something like that. *****-----------------------------*****
Don’t skip this shit. If there is one thing you should not skip, it's this part.
*****-----------------------------*****
Should you trust me?
Full disclosure, I’m a university student in Canada. I probably know less about US politics than many Americans. I study Computer Science with a minor in Math, meaning guns, and US politics is a field I'm not 100% familiar with and am not an expert. I've never owned or shot a gun in my life and don't plan on doing so anytime in the near future. I'm pretty much completely removed from any and all gun culture. I’ve been trading for just under a 3/4 of a year now. I’m admittedly extremely inexperienced with trading and have lost a significant portion of the money I put in on stupid trades and COVID. I can only afford 2 contracts atm and my options level is not high enough for diagonals (balance is too low). Make of that what you will with this information. Don't complain if my stupidity causes you to lose money, you're choosing to listen to a stupid person.
Finally, the play (my position):
15/01/2021 $13 and $12 strikes. OLN
No positions on VSTO, the premiums are a bit much.
I look forward to a sober voice to double-check my work and ensure I'm right (or wrong). Advice is welcome.
Edit an addendum:
So I attempted to gauge the demand and the outlook for the chemical products that OLN sells. Here are my findings:
The significant drop in OLN at April correlates with the drop in demand / prices for their products in April.
PVC has gone up 35% since april, OLN produces PVC precursors
Sodium Hypochlorite prices have been flat since april
Potassium Chloride / Potash seems to be making a recovery since april
Outlook for Caustic Soda seems positive, the price has increased
The outlook for epoxy seems somewhat neutral to somewhat negative, according to ICIS
Akali Price index is slightly negative
I tried finding price charts from the same sites, but unfortunately some were too outdated or did not exist at all.
Note: I could not find the actual prices of what OLN is selling their products, but I believe that these charts could give some idea.
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2020.09.18 06:02 assessment_bot [ Fatal(4) ] [ 09/04/2020 ] Cirrus SR22, Chester/ AR

HISTORY OF FLIGHT
On September 4, 2020, about 2055 central daylight time, a Cirrus SR22 airplane, N733CD, was destroyed when it was involved in an accident near Chester, Arkansas. The private pilot and three passengers sustained fatal injuries. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 personal flight.
According to initial information, the accident pilot called his flight instructoairplane mechanic at the Muskogee-Davis Regional Airport (MKO), near Muskogee, Oklahoma, on September 4, 2020, about 1900, and advised the mechanic that he intended to fly to North Carolina. The mechanic advised the pilot to leave in the morning. Fueling records showed the accident airplane was refueled about 1949, with 36.41 gallons of 100 low lead aviation gasoline.
According to initial radar data, the airplane departed from MKO about 2027. The airplane flew eastward, had climbed up through 8,500 ft, and the pilot established radio communication with an air traffic controller. The pilot was asked by the controller where the flight was destined and the pilot said it was Pickens County Airport, near Pickens, South Carolina. The airplane was radar-identified, was issued depicted weather, and the controller suggested a 20 right turn for the weather. The airplane flew about 4 four miles on this heading and then reversed course. The flight was queried on its heading and the pilot replied that they were returning to MKO. The airplane was observed on a northwest heading by the controller who asked the pilot if he still intended to return to MKO, and advised the pilot that the airplane appeared to be on a heading of 340. The pilot replied that the airplane had been caught by the wind and he was correcting its course. However, the airplane turned northeast and began descending. The controller issued the flight a 20 left turn and no response was received in reference to that turn. The controller then advised the flight to turn left heading 270. The pilot acknowledged the 270 heading. The airplane continued to descend and turn right. The controller then advised that the flight appeared to be losing altitude rapidly and advised the pilot to level the airplane's wings, and fly southbound. The controller subsequently queried the flight multiple times, advised that radar contact was lost, and no response was received. An alert notice was issued, a search conducted, and the wreckage was found in wooded terrain on September 5, 2020.
PERSONNEL INFORMATION
The 31-year-old pilot reported that he had accumulated 11 hours of total flight time and 11 hours of flight in last six months before his last Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) examination for a third-class medical certificate dated November 29, 2017, issued with no limitations. The pilot was given a notice of disapproval after his initial attempt at a private pilot examination on October 27, 2019. The pilot's areas of deficiency were in preflight preparation, operation of systems, which included knowledge of constant speed propellers and knowledge of instruments associated with the pitot and vacuum systems. The pilot successfully passed the retesting for his private pilot certificate on November 3, 2019.
AIRCRAFT INFORMATION
According to its website, Cirrus Embark is a program designed exclusively for new owners of pre-owned Cirrus aircraft. The program includes complimentary training to address the specific needs of pilots and owners of pre-owned Cirrus aircraft. The program consists of a maximum of 3 full days of flight training. The pilot requested and was granted this training program on January 13, 2020. According to initial information, the pilot accumulated about 100 to 120 hours of total time at the time of his application. Direct owners or designated pilots of pre-owned Cirrus aircraft must enroll into Cirrus Embark within 30 days of aircraft delivery. Once enrolled into the program, the owner or designated pilot must complete the training within 60 days. According to Cirrus training records, the pilot completed all the flight training lessons. However, he did not complete all the online self-study lessons.
The accident airplane was a four-place, single engine, low-wing airplane. An FAA bill of sale document showed the airplane was sold to the accident pilot on January 4, 2020. According to copies of airplane logbook entries, an annual inspection was completed on June 2, 2020 and the airplane accumulated 2,053.8 hours of total time at the time of that inspection. The airplane was equipped with an ARNAV Systems, Inc ICDS (integrated cockpit display system) 2000 unit, which is a moving map multifunction display that also displays engine data.
The airplane was fitted with a Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS) advertised by the airplane manufacturer to recover the airplane and its occupants to the ground in the event of an in-flight emergency. The CAPS contains a parachute (within a deployment bag) located within a fiberglass CAPS enclosure compartment, a solid-propellant rocket contained within a launch tube to deploy the parachute, a pick-up collar assembly and attached Teflon-coated steel cable lanyard and incremental bridle, a rocket activation system that consisted of an activation T-handle, an activation cable, and a rocket igniter, and a harness assembly which attached the parachute to the fuselage.
WRECKAGE AND IMPACT INFORMATION
The airplane impacted wooded terrain about 22 miles north of the Fort Smith Regional Airport, Fort Smith, Arkansas. An FAA inspector examined and documented the wreckage site. A section of upper tree canopy exhibited signs consistent with blighting. The wreckage path exhibited a descending path, about 30 down, through the woods from the upper canopy to the engine and cabin impact site had a heading of about 220. The debris field, which started about the area of blighting and continued southwest beyond the cabin and engine impact area was consistent with this heading as well. Charring and discoloration consistent with a small ground fire was present on items in the impact area. The propeller was found separated from the engine, and a propeller blade was separated just outboard of its hub. The remaining two blades exhibited leading edge nicks and gouges. A portion of the CAPS parachute was strewn out in the debris field northeast of the impact area and the remainder of the CAPS parachute was observed in its deployment bag. The CAPS rocket was found in a ravine about 200 ft north of the impact site. Components of the wings, engine, empennage, and fuselage were identified at the accident site. The cockpit instrumentation was fragmented, and no useful information was able to be collected from them. However, non-volatile memory installed in the ICDS unit has been retained to see if it contains data in reference to the accident flight.
The airplane and engine were recovered and have been retained for further examination.
Category Data Category Data Category Data
Event Id: 20200905X11000 Investigation Type: Accident Accident Number: CEN20LA379
Event Date: 09/04/2020 Location: Chester, AR Country: United States
Latitude: 35.686111 Longitude: -94.252500 Airport Code:
Airport Name: N/A Injury Severity: Fatal(4) Aircraft Damage: Destroyed
Aircraft Category: Airplane Registration Number: N733CD Make: Cirrus
Model: SR22 Amateur Built: No Number of Engines: 1
Engine Type: Reciprocating FAR Description: Part 91: General Aviation Schedule:
Purpose of Flight: Personal Air Carrier: Total Fatal Injuries: 4
Total Serious Injuries: Total Minor Injuries: Total Uninjured:
Weather Condition: VMC Broad Phase of Flight: CRUISE Report Status: Preliminary
Publication Date: 09/16/2020
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2020.09.17 20:07 Rumored17 Refutations for Every Main Pro-Pit Argument

1."It's all how you raise them."

And more:
• ⁠Lockwood, R. A. N. D. A. L. L. (2016). Ethology, ecology and epidemiology of canine aggression. The Domestic Dog: Its Evolution, Behaviour & Interactions with People,, 160-181.
• ⁠Abrantes, R., Site, A., Camp, S., Diving, F. A. Q., Camp, G. P., Pages, M., ... & User, C. C. (2016). Aggressive Behavior—Inheritance and Environment.
• ⁠van den Berg, L. I. N. D. A. (2016). Genetics of dog behavior. The Domestic Dog: Its Evolution, Behavior and Interactions with People, 5, 69.
• ⁠O'Neill, D. G., & Packer, R. M. (2016). The First Canine Behavior and Genetics Conference: Summary and recommendations for future directions in canine behavioral science. Journal of Veterinary Behavior, 16, 6-12.
• ⁠Sørensen, M. (2016). Breeding aggression: Review of recent literature concerning the influence of genes on aggressive behaviour (Doctoral dissertation).
• ⁠Schilder, M. B., van der Borg, J. A., & Vinke, C. M. (2019). Intraspecific killing in dogs: predation behavior or aggression? A study of aggressors, victims, possible causes and motivations. Journal of Veterinary Behavior.
These studies all show that genetics play a large role in dog behavior. Most are related to Pit Bulls or aggression, but some just show that there are noticeable differences between dog breeds based on their breed. Here are some anecdotal sources to support the claims that Pit Bulls are born with a tendency to be aggressive:
In addition, "it's all how you raise them" goes against the very existence of dog breeds. If someone is arguing this, they are saying a Labrador Retriever will have the same instincts as a Border Collie, which will have the same instincts as a Doberman, which will have the same instincts as a Great Pyrenees, which will have the same instincts as a Dachshund, etc. This is observably and demonstrably false. Humans created different dog breeds with different temperaments and physical and behavioral traits through selective breeding. This is why dog breeds exist, this is why breed standards exist, this is why people can reasonably and accurately predict how a dog will act based on breed. Are there exceptions? Of course. However, that is just what they are- exceptions. Different dog breeds have different traits and tendencies dependent on what they were selectively bred for.

2. "Chihuahuas are more aggressive."

This is just a disingenuous attempt to derail the conversation. Even if Chihuahuas are more aggressive, they don't/can't kill people. If Chihuahuas were as large as Pit Bulls, perhaps this would be a conversation worth having- seeing as this is not the case, there is no argument to be had here.
I try to emphasize that the issue with Pits is how many people and pets they kill. Pit Bulls are not just biting people- they are killing, severely maiming, and mauling people. There is a huge difference, and it is important to recognize many Pit fanatics will try to lump in all dog bites with the maulings Pit Bulls are responsible for. They are not the same. This is similar to the "Labs bite more" argument- again, we are not just talking about bites. Keep the discussion focused on severe maulings, maimings, and deaths, because that is what BSL targets.
From 1982-2020 no Chihuahua has ever killed anyone. This source breaks down attacks by breed, child or adult victim, and death or maiming.

3. "There's no such thing as a Pit Bull." and "Pit Bulls can't be identified."

A good way to avoid even getting to this apologist bingo point is by using the phrasing "Pit Bull type dogs" as opposed to Pit Bulls. However, you can also just explain that "Pit Bull" is an umbrella term for four closely related dog breeds- the American Pit Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and the American Bully. The American Pit Bull Terrier and the American Staffordshire Terrier are actually so similar they can be dual registered as an AmStaff with the AKC and a APBT with the UKC. Until recently, most dog DNA tests would not even separate AmStaff from APBT due to the extreme similarities. This is also just another deflection technique- everyone knows what someone means by "Pit Bull" just as everyone knows what someone means by "Golden Retriever." This is what "pit bull" means legally.
Now, because "Pit Bull" does refer to 4 dog breeds rather than one, Pit apologists will often cry "well of course 4 dog breeds will kill more people!" but keep in mind that these 4 dog breeds have killed more people than 300+ other dog breeds combined. The Pit Bull umbrella kills more people than every other group or type of dogs and more than every other dog breed combined.
Regarding Pit Bulls being unidentifiable:
Pit Bulls have just as many obvious identifying characteristics as other dog breeds. There is no reason to believe Pit Bulls suffer from misidentification more than other dog breeds. There is reason to believe Pit Bulls are intentionally mislabeled as other breeds when in shelters, however. In addition, when discussing fatal Pit Bull attacks specifically, more often than not there are photos of the Pit Bulls involved so anyone can verify for themselves if they were Pit Bull type dogs. Genetic testing is not required for breed identification- anyone who argues this is being disingenuous. Another point is that we are constantly inundated with Pro-Pit propaganda; there is simply no way we can have Pixar shorts such as Kitbull and a new Dodo video every week about Pit Bulls and still be expected to believe the average person cannot visually identify a Pit Bull.

4. "Pits are no more dangerous than other dogs."

The statistics also support our side here- Pit Bulls have killed more people than all other dog breeds combined. Pit Bulls are not the largest, nor the strongest dogs out there. They do not have the strongest bite force. They are more deadly than other dog breeds because humans selectively bred them to be as deadly as possible. They are deadly due to the nature of their attacks and the behavioral traits they display when attacking such as gameness and a bite style mentioned in some of these studies, along with their physical traits.

5. "It used to be Dobermans, Rottweilers, and German Shepherds that people wanted to ban!"

Pit Bulls have killed more people than those three breeds ever did, even at the height of their popularity, even combined. There is also no evidence supporting this claim, and in fact, quite a lot of evidence showing it's completely false.
It is important to note as well that none of these breeds have an entire lobby supporting them. They do not have communities dedicated to attack victim harassment, misinformation, and lies, unlike the Pit Bull has. Something interesting to consider is the bias online when looking at these breeds and other restricted breeds vs pages about Pit Bulls. Wikipedia in particular is very obviously being manipulated by Pit Bull fanatics.
None of this manipulation is occurring on the pages for Dobermans, Rottweilers, or German Shepherds. These three breeds never reached anywhere close to the level of suffering and carnage Pit Bulls are responsible for. There has never been a concerted effort to ban these breeds, although some are targeted by apartment restrictions due to insurance issues. There is also no lobby supporting the misinformation and misrepresentation of these breeds.

6. "Dogsbite.org is biased and unreliable."

Dogsbite is completely open and transparent about their data collection strategies. They provide identification photographs and have all of their citations publicly listed. Citations and Photographs
Here is a challenge I like to give to people who claim Dogsbite is unreliable, although I have yet to receive a legitimate response:
Have you actually looked into dogsbite.org yourself? You do know that dogsbite tracks every fatal dog attack, regardless if it's a Pit or not? It appears anti-Pit because most fatal dog attacks are done by Pits. They're not only posting Pit attacks- there are just so many more fatal Pit attacks than other breeds it appears they are. Here's a proposal for you: Go to 2020 and late 2019, a time frame for which news reports are still abundantly available all over the internet, and fact-check ANY FOUR DOG-BITE FATALITIES OF YOUR CHOOSING, two where the killer dogs are said to be pit/mixes, and two cases where the killer dogs are not said to be pit/mixes:
  1. Did DogsBite accurately name the person killed?
  2. Did DogsBite accurately summarize the circumstances in which the person was killed?
  3. Did DogsBite accurately identify the breed(s) of the killer dog(s)?
  4. Did DogsBite provide a photo or photos of the killer dog(s) so you can judge for yourself what type of dog(s) you think did the killing?
DogsBite and Wikipedia both provide links to news stories about these fatal attacks. If you don't want to use the news links provided by DogsBite, then use the ones on Wikipedia that cover the same stories. DogsBite also provides links to autopsy reports, police reports and 911 calls, so you can compare these primary sources with the summaries on the DogsBite page and assess whether those summaries are accurate.

7. "Human aggressive Pit Bulls were culled!"

This is a myth. While human aggression was not something that was typically selectively bred for it is a myth that most human aggressive Pits were culled. That was not the case, and it still is not the case today. One look at shelter descriptions of Pits with bite histories and severe aggression issues shows these dogs are not being euthanized, and there are several instances of Pit Bulls who have killed people being bred.
There's no evidence whatsoever that dog fighters routinely destroyed human-aggressive dogs and refused to breed them. u/NorthTwoZero wrote at length about why it's a myth here, and this blogger put together a documented list of famously human-aggressive fighting dogs who not only weren't "culled" but were bred so often that they produced over 1,200 known, registered offspring:
"The man-biters were culled and the pit bulls were not bred for human aggression myths were created from thin air, complete fabrications. There is not a sliver of truth in the myth that dogmen culled man-biters. Not only weren't human aggressive pit fighters NOT culled, but a talented man-biter was heavily bred, his stud services were in high demand and the stud fees commanded a premium. The progeny of man-biters are still sought out long after he or she has passed away. This Italian game-dog website lists their choice for the Best Ever fighting dogs, three of the five are known man-biters and the other two trace their origins to the others on their "Best" list. Some famous man-biters have their own facebook fan pages. If you happen to be a 10x winner with 3 kills and scratching on the carcass, people tend to overlook a little thing like the danger she poses to people and she is also likely to be nominated for the cover of this month's International Sporting Dog Journal. Some famous man-biters not only have a facebook fan page, they have their own promotional merchandise too."

8. "Pit Bulls were nanny dogs!" or "Pit Bulls were America's dog!"

First, I usually ask questions that demonstrate out how absurd that claim is. What is a nanny dog? What duties does a nanny dog perform? Why would a dog type be called a "Pit Bull" if it nannied? Where does the name "Pit Bull" come from? Why is it necessary for Pits to have such large, gaping mouths and extremely muscular bodies if they were nannies? Then here is some actual info:
The first appearance of the term "Nanny Dog" dates from a 1971 NYT interview with the then president of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club of America, Lillian Rant, who called Staffordshire Bull Terriers "nursemaid dogs" for no apparent reason (other than to attempt to re-brand fighting dogs as family pets).
BAD RAP shared a link. It's Dog Bite Prevention Week. Did you know that there was never such thing as a 'Nanny's Dog'? This term was a recent invention created to describe the myriad of vintage photos of children enjoying their family pit bulls (see link for details about vintage photos). While the intention behind the term was innocent, using it may mislead parents into being careless with their children around their family dog - A recipe for dog bites!
Regarding Pits being "America's dog": Bronwen Dickey (author of incredibly biased and unscientific book "Pit Bull: The Battle over an American Icon") and other pit bull advocates argue that pit bulls were historically beloved in the U.S. until the dogs became associated with urban people of color in the 1970s, so Pit Bull stigma is really about being racist toward black and brown people.
But pit bulls were not historically beloved in the U.S. nor were they popularly regarded as a positive symbol of plucky can-do spirit. Joseph Colby, in his lifetime one of the world's leading authorities on the Pit Bull Terrier, wrote in 1936 that "The general public is under the impression that this breed is carnivorous, vicious, and, fed on a diet of raw meat, will devour a human being" and "When the pit bull terrier was introduced into America, he was more commonly found to be owned by prize fighters, saloon keepers and habitues, sporting men and the like. From the start the breed earned an unjust reputation due to his fighting ability and the character of the owner. To this day he is still trying to live down an unjust and undeserved reputation."
Sometimes Pit people will randomly mention how Sergeant Stubby, a decorated war hero dog, was a Pit Bull. He was not. Primary (contemporary) sources most often describe Stubby as a Boston Terrier or Boston Terrier mix (this breed was sometimes called the Boston Bulldog). He is sometimes said to be a Bull Terrier (the egghead dogs) mix but he obviously resembles a Boston Terrier significantly more than a Bull Terrier. Stubby is never said to be a Pit Bull in primary sources.

9. "Pit Bulls scored 2nd highest on temperament tests and better than most family dog breeds!"

This is always referring to the ATTS, or the American Temperament Testing Society. It is refuted thoroughly in the BanPitBulls FAQ, but this is what I usually say as well:
The test was developed to test working dogs, specifically dogs meant for schutzhund work. It has never been, nor ever purported to be about testing companion animals or a breed's suitability as family pets. Scoring actually favors dogs that bite, in some cases. Breed specific temperament, aggression, and each dog's training is taken into account when scoring. This means that if a relatively untrained Lab bites a "threatening stranger" it will score far lower than a German Shepherd that bites a "threatening stranger." According to the ATTS itself, "95% of dogs who fail do so because they lack confidence" NOT because they bite. Dogs that exhibit avoidance behaviors will fail. Dogs that bite do not automatically fail. The ATTS also states that comparing scores with other dogs means nothing- the pass/fail rates cannot be compared. Different dog breeds that behave the same exact way on the test will get hugely different scores due to the fact they take inherent breed tendencies into consideration. The test is not designed to test for breed aggression, according to the ATTS website. It is more of a test of bravery for individual dogs. Timid dogs will always fail. Dogs that bite will not always fail. If anything, you could argue that the reason Pits have a high passing rate is because they bite or show aggression, although that is speculation and not proven. Either way though- the test does not test breed aggression, passing rates cannot be compared, and the test absolutely does not test for suitability as a family pet. More info here: What the ATTS is really showing.
It is also worth mentioning that the only dogs that participate in the ATTS testing are dogs brought in by their owners- it is not a random sample or scientific study of any kind. Considering the evidence showing the existence of an actual Pit Bull lobby, it would not be a reach to say these results have been intentionally manipulated (if they did even matter, which they don't).
Also, a controlled temperament test found that 13 percent, or one out of seven, pit bulls tried to bite or attack during a one hour test simulating a neighborhood walk. One out of seven pit bulls tried to bite in the span of just one hour compared to only one out of 70 golden retrievers. Note that this study was funded and authored by anti-breed ban activists: They found "no significant difference" between breeds when the definition of aggression was watered down to include even whining or crying. But pay close attention to Table 5 on page 138: out of all the breeds tested, pit bulls were markedly the worst when it came to the percentage of dogs that reached a more serious level of aggression.

10. "It's racism for dogs!"

Humans are not dogs, and dog breeds are not analogous to human races.
In addition, one cannot compare a race of people to a breed of dogs for a multitude of reasons. Dog breeds were selectively, intentionally bred for specific characteristics and traits by human beings. Humans created dog breeds based on what physical and behavioral traits we wanted them to have. (Spaniels for flushing, retrievers for fetching prey/birds without damage, livestock guardian dogs such as Great Pyrenees for protecting livestock, Huskies for endurance and energy, Pointers for pointing, etc. Different dog breeds have different behavioral tendencies because humans selectively bred them to have those tendencies). Dogs also do not suffer from cultural differences, institutionalized racism, or socioeconomic disparities. Humans are also not as heavily influenced by our instincts as dogs are. Dogs behave based on their instincts and training. Humans behave mainly on their "training." Humans also have far more complex thought processes and the ability to make complex decisions. Dogs do not. You could go on and on but that is the basic overview there- dogs were selectively bred and rely mainly on their instincts. Humans were not selectively bred and are capable of making complex and rational decisions.
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2020.09.15 23:29 Rumored17 Refutations for Every Main Pro-Pit Argument

1."It's all how you raise them."

And more:
• ⁠Lockwood, R. A. N. D. A. L. L. (2016). Ethology, ecology and epidemiology of canine aggression. The Domestic Dog: Its Evolution, Behaviour & Interactions with People,, 160-181.
• ⁠Abrantes, R., Site, A., Camp, S., Diving, F. A. Q., Camp, G. P., Pages, M., ... & User, C. C. (2016). Aggressive Behavior—Inheritance and Environment.
• ⁠van den Berg, L. I. N. D. A. (2016). Genetics of dog behavior. The Domestic Dog: Its Evolution, Behavior and Interactions with People, 5, 69.
• ⁠O'Neill, D. G., & Packer, R. M. (2016). The First Canine Behavior and Genetics Conference: Summary and recommendations for future directions in canine behavioral science. Journal of Veterinary Behavior, 16, 6-12.
• ⁠Sørensen, M. (2016). Breeding aggression: Review of recent literature concerning the influence of genes on aggressive behaviour (Doctoral dissertation).
• ⁠Schilder, M. B., van der Borg, J. A., & Vinke, C. M. (2019). Intraspecific killing in dogs: predation behavior or aggression? A study of aggressors, victims, possible causes and motivations. Journal of Veterinary Behavior.
These studies all show that genetics play a large role in dog behavior. Most are related to Pit Bulls or aggression, but some just show that there are noticeable differences between dog breeds based on their breed. Here are some anecdotal sources to support the claims that Pit Bulls are born with a tendency to be aggressive:
In addition, "it's all how you raise them" goes against the very existence of dog breeds. If someone is arguing this, they are saying a Labrador Retriever will have the same instincts as a Border Collie, which will have the same instincts as a Doberman, which will have the same instincts as a Great Pyrenees, which will have the same instincts as a Dachshund, etc. This is observably and demonstrably false. Humans created different dog breeds with different temperaments and physical and behavioral traits through selective breeding. This is why dog breeds exist, this is why breed standards exist, this is why people can reasonably and accurately predict how a dog will act based on breed. Are there exceptions? Of course. However, that is just what they are- exceptions. Different dog breeds have different traits and tendencies dependent on what they were selectively bred for.

2. "Chihuahuas are more aggressive."

This is just a disingenuous attempt to derail the conversation. Even if Chihuahuas are more aggressive, they don't/can't kill people. If Chihuahuas were as large as Pit Bulls, perhaps this would be a conversation worth having- seeing as this is not the case, there is no argument to be had here.
I try to emphasize that the issue with Pits is how many people and pets they kill. Pit Bulls are not just biting people- they are killing, severely maiming, and mauling people. There is a huge difference, and it is important to recognize many Pit fanatics will try to lump in all dog bites with the maulings Pit Bulls are responsible for. They are not the same. This is similar to the "Labs bite more" argument- again, we are not just talking about bites. Keep the discussion focused on severe maulings, maimings, and deaths, because that is what BSL targets.
From 1982-2020 no Chihuahua has ever killed anyone. This source breaks down attacks by breed, child or adult victim, and death or maiming.

3. "There's no such thing as a Pit Bull." and "Pit Bulls can't be identified."

A good way to avoid even getting to this apologist bingo point is by using the phrasing "Pit Bull type dogs" as opposed to Pit Bulls. However, you can also just explain that "Pit Bull" is an umbrella term for four closely related dog breeds- the American Pit Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and the American Bully. The American Pit Bull Terrier and the American Staffordshire Terrier are actually so similar they can be dual registered as an AmStaff with the AKC and a APBT with the UKC. Until recently, most dog DNA tests would not even separate AmStaff from APBT due to the extreme similarities. This is also just another deflection technique- everyone knows what someone means by "Pit Bull" just as everyone knows what someone means by "Golden Retriever." This is what "pit bull" means legally.
Now, because "Pit Bull" does refer to 4 dog breeds rather than one, Pit apologists will often cry "well of course 4 dog breeds will kill more people!" but keep in mind that these 4 dog breeds have killed more people than 300+ other dog breeds combined. The Pit Bull umbrella kills more people than every other group or type of dogs and more than every other dog breed combined.
Regarding Pit Bulls being unidentifiable:
Pit Bulls have just as many obvious identifying characteristics as other dog breeds. There is no reason to believe Pit Bulls suffer from misidentification more than other dog breeds. There is reason to believe Pit Bulls are intentionally mislabeled as other breeds when in shelters, however. In addition, when discussing fatal Pit Bull attacks specifically, more often than not there are photos of the Pit Bulls involved so anyone can verify for themselves if they were Pit Bull type dogs. Genetic testing is not required for breed identification- anyone who argues this is being disingenuous. Another point is that we are constantly inundated with Pro-Pit propaganda; there is simply no way we can have Pixar shorts such as Kitbull and a new Dodo video every week about Pit Bulls and still be expected to believe the average person cannot visually identify a Pit Bull.

4. Pits are no more dangerous than other dogs.

The statistics also support our side here- Pit Bulls have killed more people than all other dog breeds combined. Pit Bulls are not the largest, nor the strongest dogs out there. They do not have the strongest bite force. They are more deadly than other dog breeds because humans selectively bred them to be as deadly as possible. They are deadly due to the nature of their attacks and the behavioral traits they display when attacking such as gameness and a bite style mentioned in some of these studies, along with their physical traits.

5. "It used to be Dobermans, Rottweilers, and German Shepherds that people wanted to ban!"

Pit Bulls have killed more people than those three breeds ever did, even at the height of their popularity, even combined. There is also no evidence supporting this claim, and in fact, quite a lot of evidence showing it's completely false.
It is important to note as well that none of these breeds have an entire lobby supporting them. They do not have communities dedicated to attack victim harassment, misinformation, and lies, unlike the Pit Bull has. Something interesting to consider is the bias online when looking at these breeds and other restricted breeds vs pages about Pit Bulls. Wikipedia in particular is very obviously being manipulated by Pit Bull fanatics.
None of this manipulation is occurring on the pages for Dobermans, Rottweilers, or German Shepherds. These three breeds never reached anywhere close to the level of suffering and carnage Pit Bulls are responsible for. There has never been a concerted effort to ban these breeds, although some are targeted by apartment restrictions due to insurance issues. There is also no lobby supporting the misinformation and misrepresentation of these breeds.

6. "Dogsbite.org is biased and unreliable."

Dogsbite is completely open and transparent about their data collection strategies. They provide identification photographs and have all of their citations publicly listed. Citations and Photographs
Here is a challenge I like to give to people who claim Dogsbite is unreliable, although I have yet to receive a legitimate response:
Have you actually looked into dogsbite.org yourself? You do know that dogsbite tracks every fatal dog attack, regardless if it's a Pit or not? It appears anti-Pit because most fatal dog attacks are done by Pits. They're not only posting Pit attacks- there are just so many more fatal Pit attacks than other breeds it appears they are.
Here's a proposal for you:
Go to 2020 and late 2019, a time frame for which news reports are still abundantly available all over the internet, and fact-check ANY FOUR DOG-BITE FATALITIES OF YOUR CHOOSING, two where the killer dogs are said to be pit/mixes, and two cases where the killer dogs are not said to be pit/mixes:
  1. Did DogsBite accurately name the person killed?
  2. Did DogsBite accurately summarize the circumstances in which the person was killed?
  3. Did DogsBite accurately identify the breed(s) of the killer dog(s)?
  4. Did DogsBite provide a photo or photos of the killer dog(s) so you can judge for yourself what type of dog(s) you think did the killing?
DogsBite and Wikipedia both provide links to news stories about these fatal attacks. If you don't want to use the news links provided by DogsBite, then use the ones on Wikipedia that cover the same stories. DogsBite also provides links to autopsy reports, police reports and 911 calls, so you can compare these primary sources with the summaries on the DogsBite page and assess whether those summaries are accurate.

7. "Human aggressive Pit Bulls were culled!"

This is a myth. While human aggression was not something that was typically selectively bred for it is a myth that most human aggressive Pits were culled. That was not the case, and it still is not the case today. One look at shelter descriptions of Pits with bite histories and severe aggression issues shows these dogs are not being euthanized, and there are several instances of Pit Bulls who have killed people being bred.
There's no evidence whatsoever that dog fighters routinely destroyed human-aggressive dogs and refused to breed them. u/NorthTwoZero wrote at length about why it's a myth here, and this blogger put together a documented list of famously human-aggressive fighting dogs who not only weren't "culled" but were bred so often that they produced over 1,200 known, registered offspring:
"The man-biters were culled and the pit bulls were not bred for human aggression myths were created from thin air, complete fabrications. There is not a sliver of truth in the myth that dogmen culled man-biters. Not only weren't human aggressive pit fighters NOT culled, but a talented man-biter was heavily bred, his stud services were in high demand and the stud fees commanded a premium. The progeny of man-biters are still sought out long after he or she has passed away. This Italian game-dog website lists their choice for the Best Ever fighting dogs, three of the five are known man-biters and the other two trace their origins to the others on their "Best" list. Some famous man-biters have their own facebook fan pages. If you happen to be a 10x winner with 3 kills and scratching on the carcass, people tend to overlook a little thing like the danger she poses to people and she is also likely to be nominated for the cover of this month's International Sporting Dog Journal. Some famous man-biters not only have a facebook fan page, they have their own promotional merchandise too."

8. "Pit Bulls were nanny dogs!" or "Pit Bulls were America's dog!"

First, I usually ask questions that demonstrate out how absurd that claim is. What is a nanny dog? What duties does a nanny dog perform? Why would a dog type be called a "Pit Bull" if it nannied? Where does the name "Pit Bull" come from? Why is it necessary for Pits to have such large, gaping mouths and extremely muscular bodies if they were nannies? Then here is some actual info:
The first appearance of the term "Nanny Dog" dates from a 1971 NYT interview with the then president of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club of America, Lillian Rant, who called Staffordshire Bull Terriers "nursemaid dogs" for no apparent reason (other than to attempt to re-brand fighting dogs as family pets).
BAD RAP shared a link.
It's Dog Bite Prevention Week. Did you know that there was never such thing as a 'Nanny's Dog'? This term was a recent invention created to describe the myriad of vintage photos of children enjoying their family pit bulls (see link for details about vintage photos). While the intention behind the term was innocent, using it may mislead parents into being careless with their children around their family dog - A recipe for dog bites!
Regarding Pits being "America's dog": Bronwen Dickey (author of incredibly biased and unscientific book "Pit Bull: The Battle over an American Icon") and other pit bull advocates argue that pit bulls were historically beloved in the U.S. until the dogs became associated with urban people of color in the 1970s, so Pit Bull stigma is really about being racist toward black and brown people.
But pit bulls were not historically beloved in the U.S. nor were they popularly regarded as a positive symbol of plucky can-do spirit. Joseph Colby, in his lifetime one of the world's leading authorities on the Pit Bull Terrier, wrote in 1936 that "The general public is under the impression that this breed is carnivorous, vicious, and, fed on a diet of raw meat, will devour a human being" and "When the pit bull terrier was introduced into America, he was more commonly found to be owned by prize fighters, saloon keepers and habitues, sporting men and the like. From the start the breed earned an unjust reputation due to his fighting ability and the character of the owner. To this day he is still trying to live down an unjust and undeserved reputation."
Sometimes Pit people will randomly mention how Sergeant Stubby, a decorated war hero dog, was a Pit Bull. He was not. Primary (contemporary) sources most often describe Stubby as a Boston Terrier or Boston Terrier mix (this breed was sometimes called the Boston Bulldog). He is sometimes said to be a Bull Terrier (the egghead dogs) mix but he obviously resembles a Boston Terrier significantly more than a Bull Terrier. Stubby is never said to be a Pit Bull in primary sources.

9. "Pit Bulls scored 2nd highest on temperament tests and better than most family dog breeds!"

This is always referring to the ATTS, or the American Temperament Testing Society. It is refuted thoroughly in the BanPitBulls FAQ, but this is what I usually say as well:
The test was developed to test working dogs, specifically dogs meant for schutzhund work. It has never been, nor ever purported to be about testing companion animals or a breed's suitability as family pets. Scoring actually favors dogs that bite, in some cases. Breed specific temperament, aggression, and each dog's training is taken into account when scoring. This means that if a relatively untrained Lab bites a "threatening stranger" it will score far lower than a German Shepherd that bites a "threatening stranger."
According to the ATTS itself, "95% of dogs who fail do so because they lack confidence" NOT because they bite. Dogs that exhibit avoidance behaviors will fail. Dogs that bite do not automatically fail.
The ATTS also states that comparing scores with other dogs means nothing- the pass/fail rates cannot be compared. Different dog breeds that behave the same exact way on the test will get hugely different scores due to the fact they take inherent breed tendencies into consideration.
The test is not designed to test for breed aggression, according to the ATTS website. It is more of a test of bravery for individual dogs. Timid dogs will always fail. Dogs that bite will not always fail.
If anything, you could argue that the reason Pits have a high passing rate is because they bite or show aggression, although that is speculation and not proven. Either way though- the test does not test breed aggression, passing rates cannot be compared, and the test absolutely does not test for suitability as a family pet.
More info here: What the ATTS is really showing.
It is also worth mentioning that the only dogs that participate in the ATTS testing are dogs brought in by their owners- it is not a random sample or scientific study of any kind. Considering the evidence showing the existence of an actual Pit Bull lobby, it would not be a reach to say these results have been intentionally manipulated (if they did even matter, which they don't).
Also, a controlled temperament test found that 13 percent, or one out of seven, pit bulls tried to bite or attack during a one hour test simulating a neighborhood walk. One out of seven pit bulls tried to bite in the span of just one hour compared to only one out of 70 golden retrievers. Note that this study was funded and authored by anti-breed ban activists: They found "no significant difference" between breeds when the definition of aggression was watered down to include even whining or crying. But pay close attention to Table 5 on page 138: out of all the breeds tested, pit bulls were markedly the worst when it came to the percentage of dogs that reached a more serious level of aggression.

10. "It's racism for dogs!"

Humans are not dogs, and dog breeds are not analogous to human races.
In addition, one cannot compare a race of people to a breed of dogs for a multitude of reasons. Dog breeds were selectively, intentionally bred for specific characteristics and traits by human beings. Humans created dog breeds based on what physical and behavioral traits we wanted them to have. (Spaniels for flushing, retrievers for fetching prey/birds without damage, livestock guardian dogs such as Great Pyrenees for protecting livestock, Huskies for endurance and energy, Pointers for pointing, etc. Different dog breeds have different behavioral tendencies because humans selectively bred them to have those tendencies). Dogs also do not suffer from cultural differences, institutionalized racism, or socioeconomic disparities. Humans are also not as heavily influenced by our instincts as dogs are. Dogs behave based on their instincts and training. Humans behave mainly on their "training." Humans also have far more complex thought processes and the ability to make complex decisions. Dogs do not. You could go on and on but that is the basic overview there- dogs were selectively bred and rely mainly on their instincts. Humans were not selectively bred and are capable of making complex and rational decisions.
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Alabama Oct. 19th https://www.sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/voteregister-to-vote Doesn't have early In Person n/a https://www.sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/absentee-ballot-applications County Absentee Election Manager's Office Received Nov. 2nd https://myinfo.alabamavotes.gov/VoterView/AbsenteeBallotSearch.do For absentee ballots, check "I have a physical illness or infirmity which prevents my attendance at the polls". All voters may request absentee for this year only.
Alaska Oct. 4th https://www.elections.alaska.gov/Core/voterregistration.php Oct 19th - Nov 2nd https://www.elections.alaska.gov/Core/AIPEVEvents.php https://elections.alaska.gov/Core/AKVoteEarly.php Absentee voting location Postmarked Nov. 3rd https://myvoterinformation.alaska.gov/
Arizona Oct. 5th https://azsos.gov/elections/voting-election/register-vote-or-update-your-current-voter-information Oct 7th - Oct 30th https://my.arizona.vote/PortalList.aspx same - sign up for PEVL when registering Dropbox (locations are on County Recorder's site) Received Nov. 3rd https://my.arizona.vote/AbsenteeTracker.aspx
Arkansas Oct. 5th https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/voter-information/voter-registration-information Oct 19th - Nov 2nd County clerk's office; see website for other locations https://www.sos.arkansas.gov/uploads/elections/Absentee_Ballot_Application_1.pdf County Clerk's office Received Nov. 2nd https://www.voterview.ar-nova.org/voterview
California Oct. 20th https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/voter-registration/ Oct 5th - Nov 2nd https://caearlyvoting.sos.ca.gov/ same - check "yes" for voting by mail when registering Dropbox Postmarked Nov. 3rd and received November 20th https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/ballot-status/wheres-my-ballot/
Colorado Nov. 3rd (Oct. 26th for VBM) https://www.sos.state.co.us/votepages/pub/home.xhtml Doesn't have early In Person n/a All-mail election See County Clerk and Recorder's site Received Nov. 3rd https://www.sos.state.co.us/votepages/pub/olvfindVoterReg.xhtml
Connecticut Oct. 29th https://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/Election-Services/Voter-Information/Voter-Registration-Information Doesn't have early In Person n/a https://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/Election-Services/Voter-Information/Absentee-Voting Town Clerk's office Received Nov. 3rd https://portaldir.ct.gov/sots/LookUp.aspx
Delaware Oct. 3rd https://elections.delaware.gov/votevotereg.shtml Doesn't have early In Person n/a https://elections.delaware.gov/services/voteabsentee/citizen.shtml Department of Elections office Received Nov. 3rd https://ivote.de.gov/VoterView Delaware will mail absentee applications to all residents. If you need to complete the online form, choose Reason #3 "I am sick..." as your reason
Florida Oct. 5th https://registertovoteflorida.gov/ Oct 19th - Nov 1st (varies by county; must offer at least one week Oct. 24th-31st) See your Supervisor of Elections' website https://dos.myflorida.com/elections/for-voters/voting/vote-by-mail/ Any early voting location during early voting, or dropbox on Election Day (see County Supervisor's office) Received Nov. 3rd https://registration.elections.myflorida.com/CheckVoterStatus
Georgia Oct. 5th https://sos.ga.gov/index.php/Elections/register_to_vote Oct 12th - Oct 30th https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP/mvp.do https://ballotrequest.sos.ga.gov/ County registrar's office or a dropbox (see their website for location info) Received Nov. 3rd https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP/mvp.do
Hawaii Oct. 5th or Oct 20 through Nov 3 in-person at a voting service center https://elections.hawaii.gov/frequently-asked-questions/voter-registration/ Oct 20th - Nov 2nd Any voter service center in your county https://elections.hawaii.gov/hawaii-votes-by-mail/ (All-mail in 2020) Any voter service center or place of deposit Received Nov. 3rd https://ballotstatus.hawaii.gov/Default Hawaii will automatically mail ballots to all registered voters - keep address up to date
Idaho Oct. 21st https://idahovotes.gov/ Oct 19th - Oct 30th See county clerk's website https://elections.sos.idaho.gov/ElectionLink/ElectionLink/AbsenteeSearch.aspx County Clerk's office Received Nov 3rd https://idahovotes.gov/
Illinois Oct. 18th online or Oct 19 through Nov 3 in person at a grace period location https://ova.elections.il.gov/ Sept 24th - Nov 2nd https://www.elections.il.gov/VotingAndRegistrationSystems/EarlyVotingLocationsSearch.aspx https://elections.il.gov/electionoperations/VotingByMail.aspx County Election Authority's office, or a dropbox (see their site for locations) Postmarked Nov. 3rd Done separately by counties
Indiana Oct. 5th http://www.indianavoters.com/ Oct 6th - Nov 2nd County Elections Administrator's office; possibly others (see their website) Same County Election Administrator's office Received Nov. 3rd at noon https://indianavoters.in.gov/
Iowa Oct. 24th online or at Auditor's office through Nov. 3rd https://sos.iowa.gov/elections/voterinformation/voterregistration.html Oct 5th - Nov 2nd County Auditor's office https://sos.iowa.gov/elections/electioninfo/absenteemail.html County Auditor's office Postmarked Nov. 2nd AND received Nov. 9th https://sos.iowa.gov/elections/absenteeballotstatus/absentee/search))
Kansas Oct. 13th https://www.kdor.ks.gov/apps/voterreg/default.aspx Oct 14th - Nov 2nd See County elections officer's website https://www.sos.ks.gov/forms/elections/AV1.pdf County elections officer's office, or a dropbox (see site for locations) Postmarked Nov. 3rd and received Nov. 6th https://myvoteinfo.voteks.org/voterview/
Kentucky Oct. 5th https://elect.ky.gov/registertovote/Pages/default.aspx Oct 13th - Nov 2nd See County Clerk's website https://vrsws.sos.ky.gov/abrweb/ County Clerk's office - website may have dropbox locations Received Nov 3rd https://vrsws.sos.ky.gov/ovrweb/govoteky All voters will be allowed to vote by mail in KY this year.
Louisiana Oct. 5th / Oct. 14th online https://www.sos.la.gov/ElectionsAndVoting/RegisterToVote/Pages/default.aspx Oct 20th - Oct 27th (Excluding the 25th) https://voterportal.sos.la.gov/earlyvoting https://www.sos.la.gov/OurOffice/PublishedDocuments/COVID-19%20VR2%20Absentee%20by%20Mail%20Application%20(Rev.%204-20)%20Ver.%201.pdf%20Ver.%201.pdf) Parish Registrar of voters' office Received Nov. 2nd https://voterportal.sos.la.gov/ Must be high-risk for COVID-related illness, under quarantine, experiencing symptoms, or caring for someone high-risk to qualify for a COVID-based absentee ballot
Maine Oct. 13th online, up to Nov. 3rd in person https://www.maine.gov/sos/cec/elec/voter-info/voterguide.html Oct 5th - Oct 29th Town office or City Hall https://www.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/AbsenteeBallot/index.pl Clerk's office Received Nov 3rd https://www.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/AbsenteeBallot/ballot-status.pl
Maryland Oct. 13th, Same day Reg https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html Oct 26th - Nov 2nd https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/early_voting.html https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/OnlineVoterRegistration/InstructionsStep1 Any early voting or Election Day voting center, polling place, drop box, or your Local Board of Elections. See their website for locations Postmarked Nov 3rd https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/VoterSearch
Massachusetts Oct. 24th https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/eleifv/howreg.htm Oct 23rd - Oct 30th https://www.sec.state.ma.us/earlyvotingweb/earlyvotingsearch.aspx http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/eleev/early-voting-by-mail.htm Local Election Office or dropbox Postmarked Nov 3rd https://www.sec.state.ma.us/wheredoivotema/track/trackmyballot.aspx
Michigan Oct. 19th online, up to Nov. 3rd in person at City Hall https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,1607,7-127-1633_8716_8726_47669-175878--,00.html Sept 19th - Nov 2nd Clerk's office https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/avapplication Clerk's office or dropbox Received Nov. 3rd https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/VoteIndex Dropbox locations - may change
Minnesota Oct. 13th, same day Reg during early and Election Day voting http://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting/register-to-vote/ Sept 18th - Nov 2nd County elections office; possibly other locations - see website https://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting/other-ways-to-vote/vote-early-by-mail/ County elections office (may include dropbox locations) Postmarked Nov. 3rd https://mnvotes.sos.state.mn.us/AbsenteeBallotStatus.aspx
Mississippi Oct. 5th https://www.sos.ms.gov/Vote/Pages/default.aspx Doesn't have early In Person n/a https://www.ms.gov/sos/voter_registration/documents/voter_registration_application.pdf Clerk's office Received Oct. 31st in person, Nov. 2nd by mail https://www.msegov.com/sos/voter_registration/AmIRegistered MS has no special provisions to allow absentee voting during COVID.
Missouri Oct. 7th https://s1.sos.mo.gov/elections/goVoteMissouri/register.aspx Doesn't have early In Person n/a https://www.sos.mo.gov/elections/goVoteMissouri/howtovote#Mail Local Elections Authority (ABSENTEE BALLOTS ONLY - Mail ballots must be sent through the mail) Received Nov. 3rd https://s1.sos.mo.gov/elections/voterlookup/ Most mail-in and absentee ballots in MO must be notarized - can be done free at these locations
Montana Oct. 26th, or up to Nov. 3rd atdesignated locations https://sosmt.gov/elections/vote/ Oct 4th - Nov 1st Elections Administrator's office Same Elections Administrator Received Nov. 2nd at noon https://app.mt.gov/voterinfo/
Nebraska Oct. 16th https://www.nebraska.gov/apps-sos-voter-registration/ Oct 4th - Nov 2nd County Elections Office https://sos.nebraska.gov/elections/voter-forms County Elections Official Received Nov. 3rd https://www.votercheck.necvr.ne.gov/voterview
Nevada Oct. 29th online, or same day at polls https://www.nvsos.gov/sosvoterservices/Registration/Step0.aspx Oct 17th - Oct 30th See County Clerk's site https://www.nvsos.gov/sos/elections/voters/absentee-voting (All-mail in 2020) Drop-off location (locations are on County Clerk's site), or Clerk's office Postmarked Nov 3rd and received Nov 10th https://www.nvsos.gov/votersearch/ Nevada just passed a law to mail a ballot to all voters, but this may be challenged in court.
New Hampshire Nov. 3rd https://sos.nh.gov/HowRegVote.aspx Doesn't have early In Person n/a https://sos.nh.gov/media/rs0ly4xu/absentee-ballot-app-8-20-covid.pdf Clerk's office Received Nov 3rd https://app.sos.nh.gov/Public/AbsenteeBallot.aspx
New Jersey October 13th https://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/voter-registration.shtml Doesn't have early In Person n/a Same - check box on registration form County Board of Elections Postmarked Nov. 3rd and received November 10th (exec. order) https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/auth/sign-in
New Mexico Oct. 6th https://www.sos.state.nm.us/voting-and-elections/voter-information-portal/voter-registration-information/ Oct 17th - Oct 31st See County Clerk's site https://www.sos.state.nm.us/voting-and-elections/voting-faqs/absentee-voting-by-mail/ County Clerk's office or Voter Convenience Center (see clerk's website for locations Received Nov. 3rd https://voterportal.servis.sos.state.nm.us/WhereToVote.aspx?tab=AbsenteeTracker If the absentee ballot tracker doesn't work, check with your County Clerk
New York Oct. 9th https://dmv.ny.gov/more-info/electronic-voter-registration-application Oct 24th - Nov 1st https://www.voteearlyny.org/ https://www.elections.ny.gov/votingabsentee.html County Board of Elections, or any early voting or Election Day polling place Postmarked Nov. 3rd and received Nov. 10th https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov/
North Carolina Oct. 9th (or during early voting) https://www.ncsbe.gov/Voters/Registering-to-Vote Oct 15th - Oct 31st https://vt.ncsbe.gov/OSSite https://www.ncsbe.gov/Voting-Options/Absentee-Voting County Board of Elections or any early voting site (during early voting) Postmarked Nov 3rd, received Nov 6th Upcoming (by Sep 1) Online absentee ballot request and tracking portals upcoming (Sep 1)
North Dakota No voter registration n/a Oct 19th - Nov 2nd https://vip.sos.nd.gov/PortalListDetails.aspx?ptlhPKID=50&ptlPKID=7#content-start https://vip.sos.nd.gov/PortalListDetails.aspx?ptlhPKID=53&ptlPKID=7 County Auditor's office Received Nov. 2nd https://vip.sos.nd.gov/AbsenteeTracker.aspx
Ohio Oct. 5th https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/ Oct 6th - Nov 1st County Board of Elections (except Lucas and Summit counties - see site for info https://www.ohiosos.gov/publications/#abr Local Board of Elections Postmarked Nov. 2nd and received Nov. 13th https://www.sos.state.oh.us/elections/voters/toolkit/ballot-tracking/
Oklahoma Oct. 9th https://www.ok.gov/elections/Voter_Info/Register_to_Vote/index.html Oct 29th - Oct 30th. County Election Board https://www.ok.gov/elections/Voter_Info/Absentee_Voting/ County Election Board Received Nov. 2nd https://www.ok.gov/elections/OVP.html
Oregon Oct. 13th https://sos.oregon.gov/voting/Pages/registration.aspx?lang=en Doesn't have early In Person n/a All-mail election Drop box Received Nov. 3rd https://sos.oregon.gov/voting/pages/myvote.aspx?lang=en
Pennsylvania Oct. 19th https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/How-to-Register-to-Vote.aspx Doesn't have early In Person n/a https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/OnlineAbsenteeApplication/#/OnlineAbsenteeBegin County Board of Elections Received Nov. 3rd https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/pages/ballottracking.aspx
Rhode Island Oct. 4th https://vote.sos.ri.gov/Home/RegistertoVote?ActiveFlag=1 Oct. 14th - Nov. 2nd Local Board of Canvassers' office https://vote.sos.ri.gov/VoteVotebyMail?ActiveFlag=4 Local Board of Canvassers Received Nov. 3rd https://vote.sos.ri.gov/
South Carolina Oct. 5th https://www.scvotes.gov/south-carolina-voter-registration-information Doesn't have early In Person n/a https://info.scvotes.sc.gov/eng/voterinquiry/VoterInformationRequest.aspx?PageMode=AbsenteeRequest Local Elections Office Received Nov. 3rd https://info.scvotes.sc.gov/eng/voterinquiry/VoterInformationRequest.aspx?PageMode=AbsenteeInfo Absentees may not be allowed for the general election - they were for the primary.
South Dakota Oct. 19th https://sdsos.gov/elections-voting/voting/register-to-vote/default.aspx Sept 18th - Nov 2nd County Auditor's office https://sdsos.gov/elections-voting/voting/absentee-voting.aspx County Auditor's office Received Nov. 2nd https://vip.sdsos.gov/viplogin.aspx
Tennessee Oct. 5th https://ovr.govote.tn.gov/ Oct 14th - Oct 29th See Local Election Commission's office https://sos.tn.gov/products/elections/absentee-voting n/a - must be submitted by mail. In-person delivery is specifically not allowed. Received Nov. 3rd https://sos.tn.gov/products/elections/voter-registration-information-lookup-absentee-mail-ballot-status-tracker
Texas Oct. 5th https://www.votetexas.gov/register-to-vote/index.html Oct 13th - Oct 30th https://teamrv-mvp.sos.texas.gov/MVP/mvp.do https://www.sos.texas.gov/elections/votereqabbm.shtml Early voting clerk Received Nov. 3rd https://webservices.sos.state.tx.us/FPCA/index.aspx Not all voters are eligible for mail-in ballots in Texas
Utah Oct. 23rd https://secure.utah.gov/voterreg/index.html Oct 20th - Oct 30th https://votesearch.utah.gov/voter-search/search/search-by-address/how-and-where-can-i-vote Same - check box on registration form Dropbox Received Nov. 3rd https://votesearch.utah.gov/voter-search/search/search-by-votetrack-mail-ballot
Vermont Nov. 3rd https://sos.vermont.gov/elections/voters/registration/ Sept 19th - Nov 2nd Town Clerk's office https://sos.vermont.gov/elections/voters/voter-faqs/absentee-voting-faqs/#q1 Town Clerk's office Received Nov. 2nd https://mvp.vermont.gov/ All voters will be sent a mail-in ballot for November
Virginia Oct. 13th https://vote.elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation Sept 19th - Oct 31st https://vote.elections.virginia.gov/voterinformation/publiccontactlookup Same Local registrar's office Postmarked Nov. 3rd and received Nov. 6th https://vote.elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation
Washington October 26th online; November 3rd in person https://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/register.aspx Oct 16th - Nov 3rd https://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/auditors/# All-mail election Many locations - see County Auditor's website Postmarked Nov. 3rd https://voter.votewa.gov/WhereToVote.aspx Washington will mail ballots. Make sure your address is up to date.
Washington D.C. Oct. 13th online. Nov 3rd in person https://www.dcboe.org/FAQS/Voter-Registration Oct 24th - Nov 3rd https://earlyvoting.dcboe.org/ https://www.dcboe.org/Voters/Absentee-Voting/Request-an-Absentee-Ballot Drop box Recieved Nov 3rd https://www.dcboe.org/Voters/Absentee-Voting/Track-Absentee-Ballot
West Virginia Oct. 13th https://ovr.sos.wv.gov/RegisteLanding Oct 21st - Oct 31st Contact clerk for more information https://sos.wv.gov/elections/Pages/AbsenteeVotingInformation.aspx Clerk's office Recieved Nov 4th https://services.sos.wv.gov/Elections/VoteAbsenteeBallotTracking
Wisconsin Oct. 13th online; can register in person at clerk's office until October 30th, and on Election Day at the polls. https://myvote.wi.gov/en-US/RegisterToVote Oct 20th - Nov 1st Municipal clerk's office https://myvote.wi.gov/en-US/VoteAbsentee Municipal clerk's office or dropbox (see their website for locations) Recieved Nov 3rd https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/MyVoterInfo
Wyoming October 20th https://sos.wyo.gov/Elections/State/RegisteringToVote.aspx Sept 18th - Nov 2nd County clerk's office https://sos.wyo.gov/Elections/State/AbsenteeVoting.aspx County clerk's office Recieved Nov 2nd Contact your County Clerk
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2020.09.12 00:05 TeamTeSPA Fall 2020 Hearthstone Collegiate Championship - Open Division

Fall 2020 Hearthstone Collegiate Championship - Open Division

We are excited to announce the Spring 2020 Hearthstone Collegiate Championship - Open Division! This season will consist of two separate premier championship events. The first split will run during September and October, and the second split will run during October and November. Both tournaments are free to enter for all college students in the United States and Canada. Tell your friends and register quickly, because over $24,000 in prizing is up for grabs! Does your team have what it takes to win it all?  
The Hearthstone Collegiate Championship is a unique team experience. Seasoned competitors and new challengers will form three-player teams that compete as groups using any teammate’s Hearthstone account. Any number of teams may represent a school, and teammates must all attend the same college or university. Hearthstone Collegiate Championship events are absolutely free to sign-up for and compete in. Part-time and full-time college students are eligible to participate, even if they are learning remotely. Act fast, because registration for the first tournament of the season closes on Thursday, September 17 at 11:59 PM PST!  
Throughout the first phase of each event, teams will play up to eight rounds of Swiss using the Conquest format. Each team will play two matches per week: one on Monday and one on Thursday. The top 32 teams in each regional division will advance to double elimination regional playoffs. Teams will bring four different classes to play a best-of-5 match. Each team will ban one of their opponents’ classes before starting play.
Requirements:
  1. Be a full-time or part-time college student in the United States or Canada.
  2. Join up with two other students from your school.
  3. Play!
 
Register Now!
Tournament registration for Split 1 is open until September 17 with the first matches starting on September 21.
Tournament Registration for Split 2 is open until October 9 with the first matches starting on October 12.  
 

Prizing:

 
Place Scholarship Amount Per Player (USD) Additional prize for each of the team’s three players, provided by Steelseries
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2020.09.11 18:52 trifletruffles Jasper Greenwood-his badly decomposed body was found next to his car in Vicksburg, Mississippi in June 1964-Closed Case under the Civil Rights Division Emmett Till Act

On June 29, 1964, the badly decomposed body of Jasper Greenwood was found next to his car on a “lover’s lane,” about 100 yards off of Main Street in Vicksburg, Mississippi. One of the Jasper's family members reported him missing to the Vicksburg Police Department on June 21, 1964. According to a June 30, 1964 article in the Vicksburg Evening Post, no weapon was found near the Jasper's body. Additionally, a purse containing about $61 was found in Jasper's car which likely ruled out the possibility that he was killed during a robbery. As a result of the body’s condition, a coroner’s inquest could not determine the cause of death.
1964 FBI Investigation:
The FBI first opened the matter on June 30, 1964 after receiving a complaint from [name redacted] of the Jackson, Mississippi, Council of Federal Organizations. [Name redacted] told the FBI that Jasper had been found dead in a field on Main Street by two children. According to [name redacted], Jasper had last been seen alive leaving Jasper Lounge (a business he managed) with two white men on June 21, 1964. [Name redacted] noted that Jasper was not active in the civil rights movement or voter registration drives. However, Jasper's [relationship redacted in the closing memorandum] at one time babysat for Medgar Evers’ family. Additionally, on June 30, 1964, [Name Redacted 2] of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) also contacted the FBI and relayed similar information.
On June 30, 1964, Vicksburg Police Department (VPD) Chief Murray Sills informed the FBI that Jasper had been reported missing to the VPD on June 21. Jasper’s body was found at about 3:10 p.m. on June 29 by two boys. Jasper was found lying next to his car; the car was parked on a “lover’s lane” about 100 yards east of Main Street in Vicksburg. Jasper's body was too severely decomposed to allow for an autopsy, and the coroner could not ascertain Jasper's cause of death.
According to Chief Sills, VPD investigators determined that Jasper had last been seen with a married African-American woman sometime between 1:00 and 2:00 a.m. on June 21, 1964. Chief Sills did not identify the woman to the FBI, but presumably knew who she was since he stated that [name redacted] "had been developed as a logical suspect" because [name redacted] had reportedly previously threatened Jasper for dating the woman. Chief Sills stated that both the woman and [name redacted] had disappeared.
On July 4, 1964, Chief Sills contacted the FBI and stated that the VPD had arrested Flossie Lee Minor on July 3. According to Chief Sills, Flossie admitted that she had gone with Jasper to “lover’s lane for a tryst." At some point, Jasper fell to the ground unconscious. When Flossie was not able to resuscitate Jasper, she fled the area. Flossie said that Jasper had apparently died of a heart attack and denied that there had been any foul play.
The FBI was contacted on July 31, 1964, by Dick Corigan, a reporter for the Washington Post, who received information from [name redacted] saying that Jasper's body reportedly had what appeared to be a bullet wound in his chest.The FBI interviewed [name redacted] who was in Vicksburg at the end of June 1964, and heard about Jasper's death. [Name redacted] then visited the Jasper's [relationship redacted]. Jasper's [relationship redacted] told [name redacted] that Jasper had been missing for about a week and had reportedly died of a heart attack. [Relationship redacted] mentioned she had not been allowed to see Jasper's body because it was too decomposed. Jasper's family had not requested an autopsy and "was undecided as to its necessity." When questioned about Jasper's civil rights activities, [relationship redacted] provided no information other than to say that he was a registered voter.
[Name redacted] recalled that a [redacted employee of the funeral home] that prepared Jasper's body for burial arrived at the [relationship redacted]'s residence while [redacted name] was present. According to the redacted employee, while examining Jasper's body, he noticed a hole at the base of Jasper's throat that could have been a stab or bullet wound. When asked whether he had reported the information to the police, the redacted employee said that he thought investigators already had the information and wanted to “keep it quiet;” it was [redacted name]'s understanding that the police report indicated that Jasper died of a heart attack.
[Name redacted] told the FBI that he investigated the matter further and determined that Jasper was not a member of COFO or any related organization and had not been involved in any voter registration drives or other civil rights work. Similarly, Charles Evers, the NAACP’s Mississippi Field Director at the time, informed the FBI that Jasper was not active in voter registration drives or the civil rights movement.
The FBI interviewed the redacted employee of the funeral home [same individual discussed in preceding paragraph]. According to the employee, a coroner’s inquest had been conducted at the site where Jasper's body was found. The employee did not conduct an inquest or examine Jasper's body. He stated that Jasper's body was in terrible condition and had significantly decomposed. The employee did see a hole at the base of Jasper's throat but the hole was full of small worms and he did not think it had been caused by stabbing or a bullet. The employee recalled being questioned by a man he thought was a member of the Greenwood family [Name redacted/same individual discussed in preceding paragraph] when he went to speak with the family about funeral arrangements. According to the employee, when [Name redacted] asked him whether he thought the hole in Jasper's throat had been caused by a bullet, he told [Name redacted] that he had no reason to believe that the hole had been caused by anything other than “nature and the worms.”
2009 Review:
The FBI contacted various acquaintances and members of Jasper's family [all names redacted]. One family member stated Jasper's mother (now deceased) went to look for Jasper when he went missing. She and other family members searched as far as Jackson Road, which Jasper frequently used, but they did not find him. An acquaintance [name redacted] was interviewed by a Mississippi Attorney General’s Office (MAGO) investigator in March 2009. The acquaintance stated that, within hours of Jasper’s body being found, she was interviewed by a Warren County Sheriff’s Department (WCSD) deputy, at her place of employment, the Rockett Cab Company. The deputy told the acquaintance that she had been seen with Jasper that evening. She told the MAGO investigator that she worked the midnight shift at the cab company the entire weekend that Jasper went missing and she did not know why it was rumored that she had been with him at any time.
The FBI conducted an online search for Flossie Minor, who reportedly witnessed Jasper's death, and located a record for a Flossie E. Minor who died on April 2, 2005 in Liberty, Missouri. The FBI obtained a copy of Jasper's death record from James E. Jefferson, Jr., Funeral Director for the W.H. Jefferson Funeral Home. The record stated that Jasper died on June 21, 1964. Jasper's cause of death was listed as “undetermined” with “unknown” contributory causes. The FBI contacted the MAGO and the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, but neither of those agencies had any records relevant to the Jasper's death.
At the conclusion of the FBI's investigation, the Department of Justice concluded that this matter does not constitute a prosecutable violation of the federal criminal civil rights statutes as "neither the FBI’s 1964 nor its 2009 investigation uncovered sufficient evidence to contradict the reported results of the contemporaneous VPD investigation, i.e., that the victim died of a heart attack while in the company of an African-American woman." Accordingly, there is insufficient evidence that "a racially-motivated homicide occurred and, therefore, this matter lacks prosecutive merit and should be closed."
Links:
https://www.justice.gov/crt/case-document/jasper-greenwood-notice-close-file
I came across the Department of Justice’s cold case initiative while reading an article discussing journalists’ efforts to install a billboard on an Arkansas highway aimed at solving the 1954 lynching of Isadore Banks. The Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice launched a website (linked above) to make information about the department’s investigation of cold cases from the Civil Rights Era more accessible to the public. Over the years, the Department “has assisted in prosecuting Edgar Ray Killen in 2005, making him the eighth defendant convicted for the 1964 murders of three civil rights workers in Philadelphia, Mississippi (the "Mississippi Burning" case); secured life sentences in 2003 against the perpetrators of the 1963 Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama; and secured a federal conviction and life sentence of James Ford Seale for the kidnapping and murder of two teenagers in Franklin County, Mississippi in 1964.” Congress recognized the importance of these federal efforts when it enacted the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crime Act in 2008.
Unfortunately, in many cases “legal and evidentiary barriers prevent the Department from moving forward with prosecution." In each case that is not prosecutable, the Department of Justice wrote a closing memo explaining the investigative steps taken and the basis for their conclusion. To date, the Department of Justice has uploaded 115 closing memos. I hope to be able to post on all of the closed cases as I share in the belief with the Department of Justice that “these stories should be told [as] there is value in a public reckoning with the history of racial violence and the complicity of government officials.”
Other posts from the Department of Justice's Cold Case Initiative:
  1. Isadore Banks-unsolved murder in Marion, Arkansas-June 1954
https://www.reddit.com/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/h03esj/isadore_bankslynched_in_marion_arkansas_on_june_8/
  1. Willie Joe Sanford-unsolved murder in Hawkinsville, Georgia-March 1957
https://www.reddit.com/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/h9v61n/willie_joe_sanfordfound_murdered_nea
  1. Ann Thomas-unsolved murder in San Antonio, Texas-April 1969
https://www.reddit.com/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/hdtv4b/ann_thomasfound_murdered_in_san_antonio_texas_on/
  1. Thad Christian-murdered on August 30, 1965 in Central City, Alabama
https://www.reddit.com/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/i4fetd/thad_christianmurdered_on_august_30_1965_in/
  1. Silas Caston-killed on March 1, 1964 by a Hinds County Sheriff’s Office Deputy in Jackson, Mississippi
https://www.reddit.com/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/idx701/silas_castonkilled_on_march_1_1964_by_a_hinds/
  1. Clifford "Clifton" Walker-unsolved murder in Woodville, Mississippi-February 1964
https://www.reddit.com/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/ihkenq/clifford_clifton_walkerfound_murdered_in_his_ca
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2020.09.09 00:25 rayef3rw A Brief Look at How Covid-19 Impacts Current Annual Consecutive Game Streaks

I think the fact that this season will be a college football season like no other goes without saying. This year is a patchwork quilt of teams that are or aren't playing this fall (or something in-between), with many more games likely to be postponed or canceled due to ongoing Covid-19-related fallout.
Perhaps the only close comparison is the 1918 season, where the closing months of WWI sidelined many of the teams that had traditionally played college football, and the Spanish Flu sidelined the rest for varying periods of time.
Looking back through the history of college football, the World Wars (US involvement during 1917-1918 and 1941-1945) have been the two primary disruptors of the traditional yearly meetings between college football teams. I'll do a little more analysis later on in the post, but the vast majority of the existing consecutive game streaks in college football date to post-WWII, with only 27 currently-surviving consecutive match-ups dating to before 1941.
With that introduction, let's take a look at the longest-surviving uninterrupted match-ups in college football and which ones will be impacted this fall. As a quick aside, this of course all depends on how these records get counted going forward and whether a Spring 2020 season (if/when it happens) will be fully counted as the "2020" season, so I'll just add the caveat that these are uninterrupted fall meetings for now -- and assume that applies throughout.
Let me also preface this list by saying that while I tried to include all of the smaller FCS/DII conferences, I would be shocked if I didn't miss a few. If you notice any uninterrupted rivalry games missing from this list, please! -- let me know!
Matchup Current Streak Started Consecutive Years Played Playing Fall 2020? Source(s)
Lafayette Lafayette Lehigh Lehigh 1897 123 NO source
Minnesota Minnesota Wisconsin Wisconsin 1907 113 NO source
Clemson Clemson South Carolina South Carolina 1909 111 NO source
NC State NC State Wake Forest Wake Forest 1910 110 YES source
Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oklahoma State 1910 110 YES source
Kansas Kansas Kansas State Kansas State 1911 109 YES source
Iowa State Iowa State Kansas State Kansas State 1917 103 YES source
Michigan Michigan Ohio State Ohio State 1918 102 NO source
Brown Brown Yale Yale 1919 101 NO source
Cornell Cornell Dartmouth Dartmouth 1919 101 NO source
Cornell Cornell Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1919 101 NO source
North Carolina North Carolina Virginia Virginia 1919 101 YES source
Columbia Columbia Cornell Cornell 1920 100 NO source
Indiana Indiana Purdue Purdue 1920 100 NO source
Duke Duke North Carolina North Carolina 1922 98 YES source
Dartmouth Dartmouth Yale Yale 1925 95 NO source
Georgia Georgia Georgia Tech Georgia Tech 1925 95 NO source
Illinois Illinois Northwestern Northwestern 1927 93 NO source
Navy Navy Notre Dame Notre Dame 1927 93 NO source
Oklahoma Oklahoma Texas Texas 1929 91 YES source
Army Army Navy Navy 1930 90 YES source
Iowa Iowa Minnesota Minnesota 1931 89 NO source
California California UCLA UCLA 1933 87 NO source
Morehouse Morehouse TuskegeeTuskegee 1936 84 NO source1
Southern California USC UCLA UCLA 1936 84 NO source
Colgate Colgate Cornell Cornell 1937 83 NO source
Columbia Columbia Dartmouth Dartmouth 1940 80 NO source
Columbia Columbia Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1941 79 NO source
Columbia Columbia Yale Yale 1943 77 NO source
Alabama Alabama Mississippi State Mississippi State 1944 76 YES source
Alabama Alabama Tennessee Tennessee 1944 76 YES source
Auburn Auburn Georgia Georgia 1944 76 YES source
Florida Florida Georgia Georgia 1944 76 YES source
Kentucky Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee 1944 76 YES source
LSU LSU Mississippi State Mississippi State 1944 76 YES source
Mississippi State Mississippi State Ole Miss Ole Miss 1944 76 YES source
Richmond Richmond William & Mary William & Mary 1944 76 NO source
Washington Washington Washington State Washington State 1944 76 NO source
Alabama A&M Alabama A&M Alabama State Alabama State 1945 75 NO source
Baylor Baylor TCU TCU 1945 75 YES source
Brown Brown Harvard Harvard 1945 75 NO source
Cincinnati Cincinnati Miami (OH) Miami (OH) 1945 75 NO source
Dartmouth Dartmouth Princeton Princeton 1945 75 NO source
Harvard Harvard Yale Yale 1945 75 NO source
LSU LSU Ole Miss Ole Miss 1945 75 YES source
Miami (OH) Miami (OH) Ohio Ohio 1945 75 NO source
Michigan Michigan Michigan State Michigan State 1945 75 NO source
Oregon Oregon Oregon State Oregon State 1945 75 NO source
Princeton Princeton Yale Yale 1945 75 NO source
Tennessee Tennessee Vanderbilt Vanderbilt 1945 75 YES source
Washington Washington Washington State Washington State 1945 75 NO source
Arizona Arizona Arizona State Arizona State 1946 74 NO source
Brown Brown Princeton Princeton 1946 74 NO source
California California Stanford Stanford 1946 74 NO source
Colorado State Colorado State Wyoming Wyoming 1946 74 NO source
Dartmouth Dartmouth Harvard Harvard 1946 74 NO source
Harvard Harvard Princeton Princeton 1946 74 NO source
Montana Montana Montana State Montana State 1946 74 NO source
New Hampshire New Hampshire Maine Maine 1946 74 NO source
New Mexico New Mexico New Mexico State New Mexico State 1946 74 NO source
North Dakota State North Dakota State South Dakota State South Dakota State 1946 74 NO source
Notre Dame Notre Dame Southern California USC 1946 74 NO source
Sam Houston State Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin Stephen F. Austin 1946 74 NO source
Southern California USC Stanford Stanford 1946 74 NO source
Albany State Albany State Fort Valley State Fort Valley State 1947 73 NO source
Alabama Alabama Auburn Auburn 1948 72 YES source
Bowling Green Bowling Green Toledo Toledo 1948 72 NO source
Columbia Columbia Harvard Harvard 1948 72 NO source
Cornell Cornell Yale Yale 1949 71 NO source
Cornell Cornell Princeton Princeton 1949 71 NO source
Brown Brown Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1950 70 NO source
Bucknell Bucknell Lehigh Lehigh 1950 70 NO source
McNeese State McNeese Northwestern State Northwestern State 1951 69 NO source
Columbia Columbia Princeton Princeton 1952 68 NO source
Kentucky Kentucky Vanderbilt Vanderbilt 1953 67 YES source
North Carolina North Carolina NC State NC State 1953 67 YES source
Cornell Cornell Harvard Harvard 1954 66 NO source
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Princeton Princeton 1954 66 NO source
Brown Brown Cornell Cornell 1955 65 NO source
Brown Brown Dartmouth Dartmouth 1955 65 NO source
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Syracuse Syracuse 1955 65 YES source
Baylor Baylor Texas Tech Texas Tech 1956 64 YES source
Dartmouth Dartmouth Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1956 64 NO source
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Yale Yale 1956 64 NO source
Harvard Harvard Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1956 64 NO source
Florida Florida Florida State Florida State 1958 62 NO source
Grambling State Grambling Southern Southern 1958 62 NO source
Jackson State Jackson State Southern Southern 1958 62 NO source
Texas Texas Texas Tech Texas Tech 1960 60 YES source
Alabama Alabama LSU LSU 1964 56 YES source
Georgia Georgia Vanderbilt Vanderbilt 1968 52 YES source
Florida State Florida State Miami Miami 1969 51 YES source
Iowa Iowa Iowa State Iowa State 1970 50 NO source
Ole Miss Ole Miss Vanderbilt Vanderbilt 1970 50 YES source
Virginia Virginia Virginia Tech Virginia Tech 1970 50 YES* source
Air Force Air Force Army Army 1971 49 YES source
Clemson Clemson NC State NC State 1971 49 NO source
Florida Florida LSU LSU 1971 49 YES source
Air Force Air Force Navy Navy 1972 48 YES source
*Game currently postponed
So, what does this all mean? I won't do a full re-hash of the chart, but I'll do some highlights and summaries of the important sections below.
As a side note, I kind of arbitrarily chose to end in 1972, but it has some justification that I'll get to later on. Really, though, it was mostly just because I felt like that was a decent stopping point.

Most Common Causes of Breaks Before Covid

So, what was the primary reason that most these consecutive game streaks last came to an end? And will it be beaten out by Covid, assuming Spring 2020 doesn't count/doesn't happen? I didn't do a fully exhaustive search (partly because some stuff was hard to find and partly because I got tired of looking, if we're being honest), but World War II ended the bulk of the streaks on this list, adding up to about 40 of the matches. The other factors aren't particularly close to matching that total, though World War I is probably the next closest, aside from generic scheduling conflicts/choosing not to schedule each other, with about 5 stoppages.
Other common factors included:
Other less common reasons for breaks that I found amusing included:

Implications

Discontinued Games

The teams and conferences that suffer the most from this are exactly who you'd expect it to be. The Ivy League, Big Ten, and Pac-12 are losing the most uninterrupted games, though the Patriot League, the SWAC, and the MAC are also losing some notable matches
By far the most notable game that will not be played this fall will be the LafayetteLafayette LehighLehigh match-up; it will be the first time in 123 years that the game won't be played in the fall. It was last forgone in 1896 due to a dispute over player eligibility; had it not been for that break in relations, The Rivalry would have dated back wholly uninterrupted to the two teams' first meeting in 1884, which would have been good for 136 consecutive years of playing.
The next oldest game not to be played this fall is the MinnesotaMinnesota WisconsinWisconsin game, followed by the ClemsonClemson South CarolinaSouth Carolina game, which has been played continuously since 1909, meaning the 2020 season will be the end of 3 of the longest-running continuous series in all of college football.
Finally, one game I hate to see go is the MorehouseMorehouse TuskegeeTuskegee match, which had previously been played continuously since 1936. I couldn't find a lot about the history of this series online very easily, but it's the longest-running HBCU match I could find. Several other historic HBCU rivalries ended temporarily fairly recently owing to the disbanding of Prairie View A&MPrairie View A&M for the 1990 football season.

Previously Unbroken Series

Unfortunately, Covid is putting an end to a few series which have previously met every year without interruption. Those matches include:

Non-Conference Games That Were Maintained

You've got to give a lot of credit to any ADs who managed to keep non-conference rivalry games going through all this. The only consecutive non-conference rivalry games that will survive undamaged are those belonging to three major service academies. Unfortunately, the Merchant MarinesMerchant Marine and the Coast GuardCoast Guard were not so fortunate, and have canceled their fall season.
The ArmyArmy, NavyNavy, and Air ForceAir Force managed to keep afloat their rivalries which have been played continuously since 1971/72 for the Air Force and since 1930 for the Army and Navy. This was possible only by the work of the Air Force, who, as of right now, will be playing only Army and Navy this fall, though the Mountain West Conference did recently announce a revised schedule which allows for 2 non-conference games, so this could change. Both ArmyArmy and NavyNavy are currently playing full schedules.
This was really the main reason I stopped making my list in 1972. That, and it lets me talk about the Textile Bowl (NC State vs Clemson). I'll discuss that in the following section.

Games Unlikely to Be Rescheduled

Though most of these games are intra-conference games that can be rescheduled in the Spring fairly easily, there are a few notable games that will almost certainly not be. Many of these games include teams who will both be playing this season, but will be playing in different conferences or unable to meet for other reasons. These games include:

Non-Conference Games Which Can (Probably) Be Rescheduled

While Conference games are possible to be scheduled fairly easily, there are a few non-conference games which will probably be resumed this Spring.

Closing

To answer that question I posed earlier (will Covid potentially impact more currently-consecutive football meetings than World War II), the answer is yes. While this is a bit disingenuous to say, since many otherwise-consecutive rivalry games impacted by World War II have stopped playing since the war for other reasons (looking at you, 2010-14 Conference Realignment), Covid will impact 66 otherwise-uninterrupted matches, while 32 will continue on. Of those 66 canceled matches, though, only the 9 listed above (under the are Unlikely to Be Rescheduled section) are, in my view, highly unlikely to be revived in the Spring, while the rest can continue on in the Spring if scheduling and Corona allow.
1 - I would like to find a more concise and formal source, but so far one has evaded me
2 - Several Minnesota-based athletic pages say that the cause was Teddy Roosevelt banning rivalry games in 1906; despite that, the only period explanation I've found for the break in the games was a June 1906 article about a ChicagoChicago MinnesotaMinnesota game scheduled for 1907, which said the 1906 match-up was prevented because "The big nine conference [Big 10 today], in forbidding games which established a western championship, did so on the ground that it brought about an unhealthy rivalry and stirred up improper spirit between the big educational institutions." Though the Big 9 could have chosen to do that because of threats by Roosevelt, the immediate cause was the conference's decision.
3 - Some sources disagree on this: At the time of their first athletic break, then-AD at BGSU said "Frankly, Toledo is too tough for us in football. We feel that we can no longer compete on even terms." However, there have also been references to players having "more trouble avoiding flying fists than avoiding blockers and tacklers" before the series was temporarily canceled as well. For a good write-up of the series, see here
Thanks to u/bullmoose_atx, u/bwburke94, u/drgnlis, and u/Graduation2017 for the corrections so far
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2020.09.07 05:08 Frenchorican Traffic Ticket physical copy is different than the online copy? Ordinance 24-136 (speeding) is the only violation on physical, while the online version says it was that and 24-30 (no seatbelt). Can police even do that and what kind of options do I have?

So essentially I got a ticket driving home from visiting a friend that's in Arkansas. On the way back I decided to stop and get some Mexican food for dinner in SW Tennessee. On the way there I get pulled over a state away for doing a 50 in a 45. Ok kinda lame, but whatever, my court date was set for September and on the ticket it only said I was doing a 50 in a 45. No other violations.
I looked the ticket up online as I wanted to see if I should pay or drive since it was only 5 over it shouldn't be that bad (the price wasn't on the citation). Lo and behold I saw an additional charge on my ticket online, that apparently I didn't have a seat belt on. When I did and I took it off to grab my mask and my wallet from the backseat. I know I should have kept it on and waited, but I tend to panic when I get pulled over.
In any case when he gave me the ticket, he never informed me I was also getting a seat belt violation or anything. I want to fight this, but I want to know if he is legally allowed to do that without informing me and if there even is anything I can do about it?

Edit: Formatting and adding the location
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2020.08.31 21:01 portlane Eunice Warmuth (May 5, 1923 - Aug. 21, 2020)

Eunice D. Warmuth
May 5, 1923 - Aug. 21, 2020
Eunice D. Warmuth "Euny" died Aug. 21, 2020 of natural causes. Her daughters were at her side.
Euny was born in Golden, Colo., and spent most of her early years in Portland where she graduated from Jefferson High School. She also lived in Idaho, the Oregon Coast, Arkansas, Florida, Brazil, Louisiana and Georgia where her husband's career led the family. George and Euny retired to many happy years in Redmond, Ore., and later Oregon City. Her last years were spent in Gladstone.
She is survived by her daughters, Cheryl Dodge and Nancie Wolfer; grandchildren, Anne Dodge-Schwanz (Marty Olson), Alex Dodge (Jerry Kinnick), and Dan Paulosky (Kathleen). Preceded in death by her husband, George; grandson, Brad Dodge; brothers, Floyd, Eugene and Kenneth Thomas.
A memorial Mass will be held at a later date.
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=eunice-d-warmuth&pid=196714543
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2020.08.31 02:41 thinkards Early Voting Guide, State by State

Election season has begun! You could be done voting by October 20th if you live in one of the 48 states or DC with early mail ballot or in-person voting! The exceptions are Mississippi and South Carolina, which require strict excuses for absentee or otherwise require you to vote on November 3rd.
Necessities
Notable Dates
For specific dates regarding your state, check the table below.
Always double check information on social media with official sources!
State Registration Deadline 1st voting method begins 2nd voting method begins No-excuse absentee? Postmark allowed Absentee Application Deadline
Alabama Oct 19 Sept 19 ✉️ Nov 3 🚶 COVID excusable Oct 29 2020
Alaska Oct 4 Oct 9 ✉️ Oct 19 🚶 ✔️ ✔️ Oct 24 2020
Arizona Oct 5 Oct 8 🚶 Oct 8 - 10 ✉️ ✔️ Oct 23 2020
Arkansas Oct 5 Sept 18 ✉️ Oct 19 🚶 COVID excusable Nov 02 2020
California Oct 19, or same-day Oct 3 ✉️ Oct 5? - Nov 3 🚶** ✔️ ✔️ Nov 03 2020
Colorado Oct 26, or same-day Oct 12 ✉️ Oct 19 🚶 ✔️ Nov 03 2020
Connecticut Oct 27, or same-day Oct 3 ✉️ Nov 3 🚶 COVID excusable Nov 02 2020
Delaware Oct 10 Sept 19 ✉️ Nov 3 🚶 ✔️ Oct 30 2020
D.C. Oct 13, or same-day Oct 7 ✉️ Oct 27 🚶 ✔️ ✔️ Oct 27 2020
Florida Oct 5 Sept 24 - Oct 1 ✉️ Oct 24 - Nov 3 🚶** ✔️ Oct 24 2020
Georgia Oct 5 Sept 19 ✉️ Oct 12 🚶 ✔️ Oct 30 2020
Hawaii Oct 5, or same-day Oct 14 ✉️ Oct 24 🚶 ✔️ Nov 03 2020
Idaho Oct 9, or same-day Sept 19 ✉️ Before Oct 19 🚶** ✔️ Oct 23 2020
Illinois Oct 6, Oct 18 (online) or same-day Sept 24 ✉️ Sept 24 🚶 ✔️ ✔️ Nov 02 2020
Indiana Oct 5 Sept 19 ✉️ Oct 6 🚶 Oct 22 2020
Iowa Oct 24, or same-day Oct 5 🚶 ✉️ Oct 6 ✉️ ✔️ Nov 2 Nov 02 2020
Kansas Oct 13 Oct 14 🚶 Oct 14 ✉️** ✔️ ✔️ Oct 27 2020
Kentucky Oct 5 Sept 14 ✉️ Oct 13 🚶 COVID excusable Nov 6 Oct 27 2020
Louisiana Oct 5, Oct 13 (online) Sept 19 ✉️ Oct 20 🚶 Oct 30 2020
Maine same-day Oct 4 🚶 ✉️ Oct 4 ✉️ ✔️ Oct 31 2020
Maryland Oct 13, or same-day Oct 13 ✉️ Oct 26 🚶 ✔️ ✔️ Oct 27 2020
Massachusetts Oct 24 Oct 17 ✉️ Oct 23 🚶 COVID excusable Nov 01 2020
Michigan same-day Sept 24 🚶 Sept 24 ✉️ ✔️ Nov 02 2020
Minnesota Oct 13, or same-day Sept 18 🚶 ✉️ Sept 18 ✉️ ✔️ ✔️ Nov 02 2020
Mississippi Oct 5 Sept 24 ✉️ Nov 3 🚶 ✔️ Nov 03 2020
Missouri Oct 7 Sept 22 ✉️ Nov 3 🚶 COVID excusable Nov 02 2020
Montana same-day Oct 4 🚶 ✉️ Oct 9 ✉️ ✔️ Nov 02 2020
Nebraska Oct 16 Sept 29 ✉️ Oct 5 🚶 ✔️ Oct 23 2020
Nevada Oct 6, Oct 29, (online) or same-day Oct 14 ✉️ Oct 17 🚶 ✔️ ✔️ Oct 20 2020
New Hampshire Oct 21-28 by county or same-day Oct 4 ✉️ Nov 3 🚶 COVID excusable Nov 03 2020
New Jersey Oct 13 Sept 17 🚶 ✉️ Sept 19 ✉️ ✔️ ✔️ Nov 02 2020
New Mexico Oct 6 Oct 12 ✉️ Oct 17 🚶 ✔️ Oct 20 2020
New York Oct 9 Oct 2 ✉️ Oct 24 🚶 COVID excusable Nov 2 Nov 02 2020
North Carolina Oct 9, same-day through Oct 31 Sept 4 ✉️ Oct 15 🚶 ✔️ ✔️ Oct 27 2020
North Dakota N/A bring ID Sept 24 ✉️ Oct 19 🚶** ✔️ Nov 2 Nov 03 2020
Ohio Oct 5 Sept 29 ✉️ Oct 6 🚶 ✉️ ✔️ Nov 2 Oct 31 2020
Oklahoma Oct 9 Sept 19 ✉️ Oct 29 🚶 ✔️ Oct 27 2020
Oregon Oct 13 Oct 14 ✉️ N/A ✔️ Nov 03 2020
Pennsylvania Oct 19 Sept 14 - 19? ✉️ Nov 3 🚶 ✔️ Oct 27 2020
Rhode Island Oct 4, or same-day Sept 19 ✉️ Oct 14 🚶 ✔️ Oct 13 2020
South Carolina Oct 4 Oct 4 ✉️ Nov 3 🚶 Oct 30 2020
South Dakota Oct 19 Sept 18 🚶 ✉️ Sept 18 ✉️ ✔️ Nov 02 2020
Tennessee Oct 5 Sept 19 ✉️ Oct 14 🚶 Oct 27 2020
Texas Oct 5 Sept 19 ✉️ Oct 13 🚶 ✔️ Oct 23 2020
Utah Oct 4, Oct 27, (online) or same-day Oct 20 🚶 Oct 20 ✉️ ✔️ Nov 2 Nov 03 2020
Vermont same-day Sept 19 🚶 Sept 19 ✉️ ✔️ Nov 02 2020
Virginia Oct 12 Sept 19 🚶 ✉️ Sept 19 ✉️ ✔️ ✔️ Oct 31 2020
Washington same-day Oct 16 🚶✉️ Oct 16 ✉️ ✔️ ✔️ Nov 03 2020
West Virginia Oct 13 Sept 18 ✉️ Oct 21 🚶 COVID excusable ✔️ Oct 28 2020
Wisconsin Oct 14, same-day Sept 17 ✉️ Oct 20 🚶 ✉️** ✔️ Oct 29 2020
Wyoming Oct 19, or same-day Sept 19 🚶 ✉️ Sept 19 ✉️ ✔️ Nov 02 2020
Legend: ✉️ = mailed ballot, 🚶= vote in-person, 🚶✉️ = in-person absentee and maybe in-person voting at a later date, ✔️ = yes, ❌ = no, ** = Check with your county
"Postmark Allowed" means if it is postmarked by Nov 3 or the specified date, it will still be processed/counted.
If receiving a ballot in the mail, expect 1 week or so for your ballots to arrive due to USPS delays. Yes, mail still works, it's just slower. Most, if not all states that allow mailed ballots, have plenty of margin to receive your ballot in the mail with time remaining to drop off at your convenience. Please avoid returning your ballot in the mail, but if absolutely necessary the USPS recommends at least one week prior to Nov 3rd
Some notable stats:
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