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2020.09.22 21:27 jdwat21One bedroom sublease available December!
Hello! I recently got into PA school across the country so I am needing to sublease my room in EdgewateLakewood area. I plan on leaving in December so I am flexible on the date to move in and can prorate the month of December. Our house has two 25 yo guys who are very laid back and a super sweet german shepherd named Jade! The price is $750 a month plus electricity and internet, which usually comes out to right at $800 for everything. The house has plenty of space and a full garage as well. I can even leave the room furnished for a small price since I need to get rid of everything anyways. You will have to pass a background check with our landlord and have a security deposit that is one month's rent. Message me with any questions, thank you!
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2020.09.14 21:54 TheRealJaluvshuskiesFresh(ish) Purdue University IT graduate struggling to land an IT job?
Hi all, I graduated from Purdue with a BA in Computer and Information Technology in December 2018. I feel really lost and discouraged, granted my current situation + pandemic is making this so much more difficult. Let me go into detail on my background and situation first through this massive semi-rant while asking for guidance. Buckle up, because this is a long one Right after I graduated, I worked on campus doing administrative / clerical stuff because I couldn't find something IT and I just needed to pay rent. I was working there for half a year, while job searching for an IT in Ocean County, New Jersey, where I was planning to move to.
Then in August 2019, I landed a role with Insight Global (staffing agency) as a Helpdesk Analyst for a hospital, which let me move to NJ. I thought I would hate it, but I loved it, it came very naturally to me, and I was phenomenal at it for how new I was. I worked there a few months, and I was sadly let go for something that wasn't my fault
In November, I landed another role with Insight Global as a Deployment Technician for a different hospital. It only lasted a month, and I found that work to be very easy as well. And because of that, I was praised for being one of their best. That role was very laid back
After that role, from January until the present, I have been unemployed. The pandemic started to effect us I think around April, but I couldn't land any role from Jan-April
Now, I'm also a very stubborn person. I know my worth. I know what my degree should be giving me, especially with my work ethic and experience. But I know I can't be too picky either. Since January, I have met with like 4 or 5 different staffing agencies. One went dark on me, turns out my old agent got promoted so I got a new one, met with them, followed up after a month, and nothing. Another has been on and off but haven't successfully landed a role. The rest have been kind of random with little to no follow-ups or communication. I have had probably 1-2 dozen interviews at this point. A few bad, but most of them were pretty good to very good. I have been staying extremely organized. I write down who contacts me, keep track of staffing agencies. I have a spreadsheet for every job I apply for that tracks date applied, my rating, $, role name, company, industry, location, type, whether I sent cover letter or email, status, if the role / app is discarded, and interview information. I am very good at following up with applications, interviews, and general interest. After every interview, I send a thank you letter. For applications, I wait ~2 weeks and then try to reach out to them, normally I would try in person but they might not like that because of covid. But for apps on job boards, I have to find a number online or on their website, hoping that it's a good number to contact. It just feels random and unprofessional. So who am I supposed to contact? Do they just not want us to follow up? I know that no response means denial, but still. My cover letter is excellent. I know some extremely smart individuals in that area to help me tweak and reword it. I would spend hours with them making improvements. My resume is very good (I mean the design, cleanliness, wording - not in terms of being a IT professional with decades of experience, every cert, and impressive roles) I have also been trying to land a role on my own rather than through a staffing agency for obvious reasons. And when I find a sold role on my own, I go all out. But I just get nothing in return. I know it's not always true, but generally people say work hard and see good results. I'm just not seeing anything I know I'm not the smartest person, but I know I'm a good employee. I am ungodly determined, reliable, patient, and detail oriented (yeah everyone says they're detail oriented, I hate saying it too). Might as well throw this in here, but I'm excellent at googling and figuring out how to solve problems that way. I should fit right into IT, right? I'm selfless, kind, easygoing, and I always want to help others. I always have to keep myself busy, sometimes coming up with my own projects to fill downtime. And then you have all my technical experience from work, school, and professional life. I've built two custom desktops. I have valuable technical experience from working at Purdue and 2 hospitals, and from helping others in my free time. I would think that all this alone should make me at the least very qualified for entry level IT roles. I look at all these IT roles, mostly entry level, and they expect years of experience and certifications. Did they read the job name before they posted it? You get experience FROM entry level and you generally start getting certifications as you go along. I know, they just put that there and I should still apply anyway and I might still get it. But the thing is that no matter how good my cover letter is, or resume, or that I nailed my interview, it's always the same 2 denial responses: You didn't have enough or the right kind of experience, or we choose a candidate who better fit our qualifications. For 8 months this makes me feel like there's always going to be someone better than me to land the role. I don't get what I'm doing wrong Hell, in my free time, for 3 years straight, I worked my ass off professionally running a large community online. Every single interview, literally every one so far, the interviewer has been very intrigued and asked about that part of my resume. You want to know why? I founded the community that has almost 10k users, I essentially wrote the community architecture and conduct guidelines. It maintained successful growth, since the start, through literal ticketing based conflict resolution, user verification, and feature expansion. I've probably interviewed 100 applicants for staff by now, trained them, and supervised. I chose to run it professionally, and the workload was definitely equivalent to a full time job. Most people wouldn't have something like this. I would even go as far as saying this is the strongest part of my resume The other thing is that it appears that the IT market in my area is horrendous. I'm in ocean county, specifically close to brick-toms river-lakewood-lakehurst area. I know it's all connections, that's the key. I moved here in August 2019, so I barely know anyone, but I have done my best to connect with old co-workers, and I have reached out to them and tried to make more connections. There have been probably a dozen jobs I've applied for that were PERFECT for me. Great location, company, I checked off every single requirement in their posting, cross referenced them in my cover letter, and I was so motivated and determined that I would get it. But I never did So what am I doing wrong? I would appreciate any advice. I'm sorry this was so lengthy, I felt like I should be descriptive with my situation
I'm planning on visiting in person to do some house hunting/neighborhood scouting during the fall but I've been trying to do as much online research as possible so that I can make the most of the in person visit. From what I've found online (which is a bit dated) it seems like the neighborhood doesn't have much going for it but is sandwiched between a bunch of popular neighborhoods and geographically central with quick access to edge water park/beach. I understand there is some crime in the area but I'm coming from Philly so unless people are getting shot on the daily I've probably lived in a worse neighborhood. Anyway I guess I'm just curious why exactly that area has resisted gentrification while others around it are coming up. Have the recent improvements to Edgewater Beach not had an effect on property values yet/ do most local residents just not care about the beach access like they do in Chicago? Is there entrenched gang activity/ drug use that no amount of gentrification will fix? Any insight is appreciated but I'm on a tight budget so input like "just buy in Lakewood then" won't be super helpful. Thanks!
Although OHLQ says these are 200 ML products, Brand Master says they're 20.4 oz which is 603.3 ML. This matches up with the 3x200 ML products linked in parenthesis above. This three pack is $1.92/fl oz. Separately, the 750 ML bottles of each of these products are more expensive so this could be a good way to try new things at a good value.
The catch is that when these products are de-listed (and flagged as Last Call items?) we are completely blocked from seeing their availability online in all but a few stores (more than just the Last Call stores for some reason). The Coastal Pack was de-listed on 7/1 data from then is now two months out of date. The Strong Pack was de-listed today so at least that's a bit more recent. They have also hidden the Strong Pack at any store that is not a Last Call location. Both products are actually listed on the Last Call products list. HandMeSomeHandsome shared that stores are not required to send product back to the state to be consolidated at Last Call locations so you may be able to find this stuff closer to home. As of the end of last update on 6/30, just before it was de-listed, CLASSIC MALTS - COASTAL PACK was shown in the following stores. Some may have sold out by now but I doubt any other stores than these would have received this product after it was de-listed
As of the end of the day yesterday, CLASSIC MALTS - STRONG PACK was in these 128 stores. Give them a call or a visit soon and they may still have the product before it gets sent off to the Last Call locations.
2020.08.21 19:17 WhippetDancerLocal Durham Shops & Restaurants You Need to Know About
Hey, Duke students! There are plenty of great local restaurants near campus and around town you should know about and frequent (while wearing a mask and social distancing, of course): Ninth Street Area:
Banh’s - great Vietnamese restaurant, locally owned by the sweetest people. They have a more traditional menu on Wednesday and Saturday.
Dain’s Place - known for their burgers and tots, but they’re other menu options are good too. They even carry the Impossible burger. Plenty of local and craft beer options if you’re of age.
The Regulator - wonderful, local bookstore. Don’t order books on amazon, support local business! If they don’t have what you’re looking for, they’ll order it for you.
Durham Pack & Ship - will take care of all your mailing and shipping needs. Stop in and say hello to the dogs who are often their with the owner.
Mi Cavillo - newer to Ninth St, but they have great tacos, empanadas, etc.
Vaguely Reminiscent - fun & unique, but tiny place to shop for birthday gifts for friends and family.
Alpaca - delicious Peruvian chicken! Be sure you get the rice and beans as one of your sides.
Happy & Hale - good salads, smoothies, and bowls. You can create your own bowl, too.
Cosmic Cantina - craving a burrito or quesadilla at 1am? Cosmic is your go to place. Open late and they have amazing burritos.
MadHatter’s - near Whole Foods and offer amazing cookies, cakes, cupcakes, and sandwiches.
Cloche - wonderful coffee and tea!
Heavenly Buffalos - best wings in town and they’ll deliver to you!
Hunky Dory - cool record shop
Central Park / Geer Street Area
FullSteam Brewery - local brewery that now serves food.
MotorCo - food, drinks, and great music venue. Try the tuna slider - it’s amazing! MotorCo and FullSteam have been in their locations before Durham was cool.
Hutchins Garage - best pizza in town! Try the beet salad while you’re there. When the menu says spicy, it’s going to be spicy!
Geer St Garden - local restaurant with creative weekly specials. Owner has supported his staff and the community by organizing meal give aways during Covid.
Cocoa Cinnamon - they have three locations in town and all are great.
Durham Farmers Market - in Central Park every Saturday morning. Get fresh produce from local farmers.
Rise - best biscuits and breakfast!
LouElla - newer wine shop. Good selection and you might as well have a glass while you’re there.
The Accordion Club - hole in the wall bar with one pool table and good beer. Go out the back door for a lovely and often unnoticed outdoor space.
Durty Bull Brewery - local brewery with creative craft beers.
Surf Club, The Bar, PickleBack - all locally owned places to go for fun night out. They may not have reopened yet, but stop by when they do.
The Federal - this bar punches above its weight with food. Best nachos in town!
James Joyce - another good option for food and drinks. Let’s hope they’re able to revive their trivia night soon.
Not Just Paper - teacher supply store for all your education majors, but they offer so much more. Party supplies, decorations, etc.
Morgan Imports - wonderful store just to wander through because of all the fun stuff they have. Be sure you go in November and December when they have all their holiday stuff.
Parker & Otis - fun store, restaurant, and coffee shop. Another good place to shop for gifts. Try their cheddar biscuits or the breakfast BLT.
Brightleaf Square - cute place to walk with a date or when parents are visiting. Has a speciality olive oil shop, Cloud’s Brewing, and an ice cream shop that always smells amazing.
Five Points / Downtown
Bull McCabe’s - Irish pub with a great outdoor space.
Lucky’s Deli - best deli in town but still closed. If/when it reopens, go!
Beyu Cafe - locally & minority owned coffee shop with great food and live music. You may recognize the name - there’s a smaller Beyu coffee shop in the Bryan Center.
Carolina Theater - great place to watch current and throwback movies.
Letters Bookshop - another locally owned bookstore with good selection and can order in what you’re looking for.
The Parlour - fun specialty ice cream shop. There’s usually a line out the door!
Jeddah’s Tea - if you love tea, this is your new favorite tea shop! Locally & minority owned.
mSushi - fantastic sushi! May be the best sushi in the Triangle.
21C Hotel - hotel with an art gallery in it. Check out the revolving exhibitions and be sure you go to the basement level to see the old bank vault.
The Durham Hotel - rooftop bar!
Pie Pushers - pizza, wings, and so much more.
PinHook - local music venue.
Alley 26 - good food and specialty cocktails.
KingFisher - newer place with amazing cocktails. Fun place to stop for a drink while wandering around downtown.
Dashi - hasn’t reopened yet, but I hope it will soon because it’s the best ramen in town. Order the tonkotsu and a flight of Japanese whiskey. Order whatever - it’s all amazing!
Rock’s Bar & Hairshop - have a free beer while you get your hair cut!
The Oak House - great coffee!
DogStar Tattoo - for all your tattoo and piercing needs.
Hi-Wire Brewery - huge brewery that often has food trucks outside. Ping pong, cornhole, and soccer pool to play while you enjoy a beverage.
Ponysaurus - local brewery with an amazing outdoor space.
American Tobacco Campus ***seems like there are new restaurants every week. Great area to see outdoor music and walk along the “river walk.”
Durham Bulls - minor league baseball team. Get to a game when baseball is back!
Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) - great venue to see plays, musicals, ballet, etc.
Burt’s Bees - yes, Burt’s Bees is in Durham!
Full Frame Theater - host of the annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
Grub - great place for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Unique outdoor patio area.
The Scrap Exchange - all kinds of goodies here! Wander through this thrift store just for fun.
Durham Co-op - cooperatively owned grocery store
Tomato Jake’s - pizza place near SouthPoint mall. Best trivia in town!
Hog Heaven - good southern food. Fried chicken, Brunswick stew, it’s all good! Located on Guess Road
Gocciolina - also on Guess Road, wonderful Italian food.
Pho & Poke House - on Erwin road, has good pho
Shiki Sushi - good sushi on south side of town
Sake Bomb - near the Super Target. Great sushi and drinks.
LiMing’s - wonderful Asian grocery store
Atomic Empire - fun game shop. Buy comic books & board games or come play! (They’re playing rules may have changed with Covid.)
La Superior - cool Hispanic grocery store with a restaurant tucked inside. If you don’t get a snack there, try any of the Hispanic places around the Roxboro & Club Blvd intersection
King’s Red & White - locally owned grocery store with a butcher inside.
Sorry for the long post, but Durham has a lot to offer! Get off campus and explore this great town. I know I’ve forgotten places that should be on this list. If you’re a local Durhamite or upperclassman, what are your favorite spots I missed?
Richard Don Burke June 10, 1928 - Aug. 22, 2019 Richard Don Burke, of Tigard, Ore., loving husband, father, grandfather, great, and great-great-grandfather, passed away Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019. He was 91. He was born June 10, 1928 in Culver City, Calif., to John and Mildred Borowski. He grew up in Los Angeles, Calif. At 18, he met and married 18 year old Marie Constance DeLille. They were married March 1, 1947 in Las Vegas. In 1957 he began his career as a lineman in Los Angeles with the telephone company, now known as AT&T. He bought his first house in Lakewood, Calif., in 1948, and in 1966 he put in a transfer and moved the family to Oregon, buying a new ranch house, still living in the same house over 50 years later. In 1985, Richard put in for another transfer to Anchorage, Alaska. His job would take him by bush plane to remote villages and towns in Alaska having at times to travel with a musher by dog sled, or sleep on the floor of a village post office. He was well respected by his peers, and in 1990, he retired at 62, having spent his entire career with AT&T. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #4, and past member of the California Knights of Columbus Council 10140. Richard loved working with wood and fishing, particularly with his sons. After retirement, he took up cooking and at family get-togethers brought out his barbecuing skills. Every year he also canned kosher dill pickles from his secret recipe. Richard raised nine children. He worked long hours to provide for his family, never complaining. He lived by handling whatever life threw at him with strength, humor, and a quiet grace. He had a natural modesty and unassuming manner, never looking for the limelight. His sense of humor never left him and his playfulness with his grandchildren was legendary. Richard is survived by his sons, Randall Anthony of Forest Grove, Robert Gerard of Tigard, John Patrick of Milwaukie, Daniel Joseph of Centralia, and James Andrew of Beaverton; his daughters, Kathleen Marie Thompson of Lake Grove, Maureen Anne Smith of McMinnville, and Mary Colleen Browne of Beaverton; 19 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his son, Richard Michael; and wife, Marie Constance. Arrangements handled by Autumn Funeral and Cremation, with interment in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Private Committal Service to 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=richard-don-burke&pid=196673685
What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
Sony Vegas 17, Will render up to 4k for videos, Adobe Photoshop, I edit photos in RAW format, Bendicam for recording, Mixcraft for audio editing, would like to play GTA5, RDR2, and GMOD at max settings.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
Would like to stay between 2 and 4 thousand
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
I have to save up the money first so between one to two months, I'm completely fine with it out of date.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
tower, OS, monitor, and keyboard.
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
US, Lakewood, Colorado and yes.
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
Most likely the mouse. Don't know the brand.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
I don't have enough knowledge about it so maybe
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
SSD, Large storage and memory, 2080ti, Whatever helps to record games and edit them.
What type of network connectivity do you need? (Wired and/or WiFi) If WiFi is needed and you would like to find the fastest match for your wireless router, please list any specifics.
I have wifi but wired can work too.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
I guess a full tower, window, lime green, led lighting.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Most likely yes. Just a aspiring youtuber and videographer. I am planning to go to film school early in the spring. So whatever works for video projects and gaming with no lag is a need for me. First time building a pc.
2020.08.11 07:29 Looking_glass587Im looking for a woman, Tina who lives in the Lakewood area/wife rock lake.
Hi does anyone know a Tina, I believe she is Asian mixed. She lives in the Lakewood wood white rock area. Possibly works in accounting. Might drive a white Jeep. She is also in her late 30s or early 40s. If you know someone who fits this description please contact me. I believe she is single no kids and dated a guy named Mitchell. I have super important questions for her. I’m new to this but please share to all the places you think they might help. Thanks.
2020.06.22 12:30 mylescarsindiaOne Day Picnic Places To Visit Near Delhi
Delhi has an energetic vibe that attracts travelers in large numbers all along the year. The city is circumscribed by many beautiful places that are perfect to visit for a one day picnic. Take a look at some off-beat places to visit near Delhi where you can go and have a great time with your loved ones. https://preview.redd.it/ybsqas5evf651.jpg?width=700&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=3ace5d6011124d99df0005db3f01f8fcd96d0fdb One Day Trip Ideas: Places to Visit near Delhi: Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary is a lesser-known but a must-explore place to visit near Delhi for a one day picnic. The place is blessed with diverse flora and fauna. The sanctuary offers a great time amidst nature, away from the maddening city humdrum. Supposedly, the sanctuary is home to nearly 193 species of birds & about 80 species of butterflies. The place is also dotted with beautiful lakes, which add to the beauty and serenity of the place. Location: Shooting Range Road, Tughlakabad Surajkund Lake If you would want to enjoy a quick getaway nearby an old reservoir constructed ages ago, then you can’t miss out on driving to the Surajkund Lake, dated back to the 10th century. The place is an-hour drive from the lake and once you reach your destination, you are bound to enjoy a lot. The lake is semi-circular and has the Aravalli Hills in the backdrop. The lake is oftentimes also known as Peacock Lake, because the shape of the reservoir resembles a peacock, according to the localities. Location: Lakewood City, Faridabad Camp Wild Dhauj Seeking adventure nearby Delhi? Then Camp Wild Dhauj is the place you must visit at least once. Adventure sports and a day-long picnic at Camp Wild Dhauj are surely going to offer you a break from the monotony of daily life. Camp Wild Dhauj is nestled in the foothills of the Aravali Range. The place boasts of abundant beauty and is an ideal picnic spot for not just grown-ups, but kids as well. The place provides a one-day package as well as overnight events for individuals, corporates, etc. Location: Manger – Dhauj Road, Mangar Sariska Sariska National Park is a wildlife refuge spanning over 866 sq. km. It is nestled around 200 km from the city of Delhi and is one of the ideal picnic spots near Delhi. Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is a significant part of India’s Project Tiger. Apart from spotting the majestic cat, within the wildlife reserve, you can also see - Historical monuments such as Kankawdi Fort, Hanuman Temple, Sariska Palace, and Pandupol. Location: Alwar District of Rajasthan How To Reach: The best way to reach these destinations is by car. You can rent a self-drive car in Delhi if you don't have a car. Travelers with a very low budget are advised to reach there by public transport.
2020.06.12 06:37 RioGrande346My Idea for the Community movie
(note I am inebriated so bear with me, and down for midterms) scenes shot in colorado at Red Rocks Community College in Lakewood Colorado and surrounding area) 5 years after the season finale we find that Greendale was closed and turned into apartments. With the school gone the gang dissolved even more over time. Jeff and Annie started dating after she returned from her internship, but due to pressure from Annie's family over the age gap, the relationship ended with jeff getting a job as a manager of a restaurant in Denver Union Station and Annie Moved to Salt Lake City to work with the FBI, the Dean opened up a doggy daycare center specializing in dalmatians, Abed becoming a voiceover tv star on a cable tv kids cartoon (COUGH COUGH) and befriending his castmates. Ben started working at a local Denver nightclub as a bouncer, Frankie and Elroy start a Right to repair advocacy group in California after Franke left colorado but all of them are contacted (Shirley too) by a mysterious stranger telling them to meet for dinner at Simms steakhouse in Lakewood To find that its actually Troy and Britta, Tory had finally returned from his trip at sea and received the inheritance he then contacted Britta and the two began creating a plan to reopen Greendale Community College on a New Campus ( Red Rocks Community College) He then tells his friends and the people he is just now meeting (Frankie and Elroy) that he wants to hire all of them on to help reopen the school. when the news reports the reopening of Greendale Community college, City College begins scheming and planning ways to sabotage the opening of the school leading up to an all-out paintball war at the schools reopening with city college students pretending to be Greendale students firing at the high-value guests at the celebration in order swede supporters for the school (tanks made out of cars and cardboard, Golf cart helicopters with hooligans inside. B, C , D, E storys ( Jeff and Annie working out there relationship working at the school, troy trying to grow and become Abeds friend again after so much time being away and growing, ben and the group, and Frankie, Elroy Troy, and Shirley all trying to become friends)
2020.06.04 16:56 Dianthaa2020 SFF New Releases by Black Authors
One of the threads Fantasy has planned to support Black Lives Matter in our corner of the internet is this list of speculative fiction books by Black authors releasing in 2020. Other threads are linked in the Megathread. The info in the tables is from Goodreads, so genre and audience info is more of a general guideline, and I know at least two publishing dates have been postponed. If you notice anything inaccurate let me know and I will fix it. Title links go to Goodreads and image links between tables are of the covers. If you know about any other books by Black authors released or to be released in 2020, please let me know and I'll gladly add them. https://preview.redd.it/50wweep2qw251.jpg?width=3264&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=786d0175164d685d17e31f050dd57dad44b7c1c1
2020.05.23 21:59 Quirky-MotorWhat everyone has wrong about Ridgway. EXTENSIVE write up on the crimes of Gary Ridgway, misconceptions about him and his crimes, a few comparisons to Bundy, and profiles of women murdered, still missing, and unidentified. Part 2 of 2.
Hello everyone. A few months ago, I posted an extensive write up on the DeOrr Kunz case and later the Asha Degree case with several other missing people’s cases sprinkled in between, which many readers seemed to enjoy. Those can be found here: https://www.reddit.com/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/fcmvmz/extensive_summary_regarding_the_disappearance_of/ Today, I wanted to do a similar long form write up but this time, I wanted to switch gears and talk about Ridgway and his victims. This is part 2 of 2. Please read part 1 first: https://www.reddit.com/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/gpbcll/what_everyone_has_wrong_about_ridgway_extensive/ Carol Ann Christensen was the 22-year-old single mother of a five-year-old girl. She lived with her daughter in a mobile home park near the SeaTac strip. Carol Ann was happy because she had finally landed a new job after a few months of searching. She got a job as a waitress at a bar and grill only three blocks from her house. Because she had no car, she was happy to have a job she could walk to. Carol dropped off her daughter with her parents. She disappeared after her shift walking home on the SeaTac strip. Carol Ann had no none connections to the scene. No criminal record, no addiction, no hitchhiking. Gary Ridgway later confessed that he abducted and killed Carol Ann to confuse investigators. Carrie Ann Rois who used the street name Silver Champagne came from a broken home full of abuse and negativity. She became a chronic runaway with a criminal record. She ran away, bounced from relative to relative and began working on the Strip even though she was still attending high school. Carrie was musical and played the flute in the marching band. After a few years of estrangement, Carrie reconciled with her mother once her mother left her abusive husband. The mother and daughter spent Christmas ’82 together and her mother told her she loved her no matter what. It was their last Christmas together; Carrie vanished six months later in June 1983. Martina T. Authorlee came from a West German family who had moved to the United States several years earlier. She dreamed of joining the military like her father, but was discharged from basic training for medical reasons. She moved to the Portland area after that but called home to Tacoma several times a month and always on holidays. Her parents didn’t know what her job was and had no idea she had a record for prostitution; they were just happy she was still coming home and in contact with them regularly. When Christmas 1983 rolled around with no call from Martina she was reported missing. No one knew she was working in Seattle at the time. Cheryl Lee Wims grew up in the Central district of Seattle not too far from the strip, but not near it either. At 18 her only “problem” was that she often skipped her classes at school but she was successfully holding down a job as a busser at a restaurant. She wasn’t known to prostitute but she did struggle with addiction. She vanished in May ’83. Years later it would be revealed that the man Cheryl was seeing at the time was actually a pimp. Yvonne Shelly Antosh was a Canadian girl with thick Auburn hair, who came to Seattle hearing the money was better in the USA. She was last seen by a friend at the end of May 1983 on the Pacific high way south. Constance Naon was 20 and worked two jobs, one at a sausage factory and one walking the streets. She made lots of money from both jobs but drug addiction ate away her cash. She called her boyfriend to say she was going to pick up her paycheck and would come over in twenty minutes but she never made it. In June detectives found her abandoned car, but there was no trace of Connie. Kelly Ware’s parents remember her as a happy girl. She was last seen in Seattle’s central district in the same area Cheryl Wims disappeared. She was only 22 or 23 when she was last seen. Little information is available. April Buttram was a 17-year-old girl from Spokane. As a teenager her parents described her as a party girl who loved being social but unfortunately had a taste for drugs and alcohol. One day April and some girlfriends headed to Seattle for a weekend to let loose. April was planning on coming back to Spokane because she was due to inherit $10,000 on her 18th birthday from a relative. April was last seen in the Rainier valley area of Seattle, after her friends left her. They never saw her again and she never return to Spokane to collect her money. Debora May Abernathy, her boyfriend, and their three-year-old son, had moved to Seattle from Texas, hoping to get a fresh start. They rented a room in a house owned by an old lady near the Seattle airport. Debora left one night to run an errand but never returned home. The young mother was 26. Tina Marie Thompson disappeared in July 1983, but was not reported missing until much later. She was 22. Very little information is available in her case. Tracy Winston was close to her family and was known to be athletic. She was the first girl allowed on the boys’ little league team at her school. Her dad remembers her as a great pitcher with a good arm. Tracy liked baseball but when she was in high school, she played on basketball for the school instead. Tracy moved away from home as a young teen. At 19 she was arrested for the first time for loitering, (something prostitution was often lowered to). The jailers described her as a “scared rabbit.” She called her parents from jail crying and told them she was going to turn her life around, get her GED, and change her ways. Tracy called a cab driver she knew in Seattle who worked near the jail. The cab driver drove by and talked to Tracy outside. He told her he had a passenger to pick up near the airport but would be back for her in 45 minutes. When he returned, Tracy was gone, like she had been swallowed by the streets of downtown Seattle. (The cab driver called the police and has been cleared in Tracy’s case.) Maureen Sue Feeney at age 19 had never had a boyfriend or even been on a date. She got a job working as a secretary at a Christian school and moved out of her parents place for the first time in her life. A few months later she moved to the central district of Seattle lured by the cheap rent and got a job nearby as a daycare worker. Maureen’s friends reported that Maureen had a history of depression so they called her often to check up on her. Her friends were surprised to learn that Maureen once shy, conservative, and careful seemed to be drinking heavily. Soon Maureen had her first boyfriend, a man she met at the bus stop. She told her friends that her boyfriend had “lots of ways to make money” but her friends were worried about this new man in her life. A week before she turned 20, Maureen left the house and vanished. Pammy Avent street name Annette, spent her time in Portland and Seattle. She was known to be good friends with another girl named Keli Kay McGinnis. Because she moved around, it took a while for friends to realize she was missing. Pammy was last seen in the Rainier valley area of Seattle in late October 1983. Mary Sue Bello at 26 had been in the scene for a long time. Her family remembers her to be streetwise and funny. You could never be mad at Mary Sue very long because she could always make you laugh. Mary was a great cook who loved the holidays because of all the delicious treats she could make. After a few years estranged from her mother and grandparents, Mary Sue had come back in to their lives and was trying to straighten out. She told her mom that she had no intentions of getting a “straight” job because she liked the money but did want to get clean. Mary Sue signed up for a methadone program and called her mother every other day to keep on track with her sobriety. At one point she called the green river task force to report a weird John. Although the man did not seem dangerous to her, she apparently saw a knife collection in his house. He drove an older station wagon and lived off military road. In October 1983 Mary Sue Bello left her mother’s trailer south of Seattle never to be seen again. Delise Louise Plager went by the name Missy and life was sad from the start. Born dead she was resuscitated but had health problems for the rest of her life. Missy and her twin brother left the hospital and arrived home with their birth mother who drank heavily and disregarded her children. The twins were taken away and were soon placed with different families. Missy briefly lived with her adoptive parents on a ranch where it soon became obvious that she suffered from several disabilities. She was then placed with a family who had more experience with special needs children although she saw her initial adoptive parents regularly. According to Barbara, Missy’s second house mom, Missy loved deeply but struggled in school. As an adult Missy tracked down her birth family who wanted nothing to do with her, breaking her heart further. Missy had two children but she began using drugs and walking the streets to make money. She placed her children into the care of an older woman, and old friend named Maia and walked into the night. Maia reported her missing when Missy did not return. Kimberly Nelson used so many aliases that the task force thought that three women had gone missing when it was actually just one. Born Kimberly Nelson she worked the streets as Star and told others still her name was Tina Tomson. Her parents reported Kim Nelson missing, her boyfriend/pimp reported Tina Tomson missing, and some friends reported that a working girl named Star had gone missing; at first no one realized they were the same person. The twenty-year-old was six feet tall, so many people remembered her. She was working with her friend Paige on Pacific highway south when she disappeared. The next day a man in a red truck with a white canopy pulled up to Paige and asked where her tall friend was. The man unnerved Paige for some reason. She reported her friend missing and reported the tip of the man in the red truck. Kim Nelson was four months pregnant when she disappeared on Halloween 1983. Lisa L. Yates grew up living with her much older sister and her sister’s family in the Seattle area. Lisa loved her niece who was only ten years her junior. Her niece always thought of her as a cool, pretty, sophisticated, streetwise older sister. The last thing Lisa did was promise her niece they would go on a picnic and maybe go shopping at the mall. Lisa never picked up her niece and vanished at age 19 two days before Christmas 1983. Mary Exzetta West was a high school student at 16 years old. She lived with her aunt in the Rainier neighborhood of Seattle. Mary was a shy girl with a quick smile who always made it home by curfew or called if she would be late. She was six months pregnant but not yet showing. Mary left the house one Monday during the mid-morning and disappeared early in 1984. Cindy Ann Smith had left her home in South Seattle as a teenager and moved to sunny California. Her mom always worried about her and how she was making money, so it was a great surprise when Cindy called saying she was moving back to Seattle. Her mom sent her money and she traveled north. After getting home she decided to walk to visit her brother at his work. Cindy was last seen on Pacific Highway south in 1984. She disappeared before she could spend even one night with her family. She was only 17. Patricia Barczak at 19 was an excellent cook and baker who lived in Bellevue, Washington. In 1986 she was enrolled in a culinary class and hoped to get a job someday as a wedding cake decorator. Patricia had a lousy boyfriend who bummed off of her and often slept on the couch at her place. Patricia disappeared one day and when her mother found out she never picked up her last paycheck from the doughnut shop, she reported her missing. Patricia was not initially considered a Green River victim because her boyfriend was always the prime suspect as he continued to live in her apartment and did not report her missing. Her skull was found in a cluster with other victims and later interviews would reveal that Patricia was last seen on Pacific Highway south, near the airport. Roberta Hays Bobby Jo to her family, was a free spirit who at age 20 traveled and worked up and down the west coast. She loved her family and made sure she was always around for the holidays. She was also known as a faithful friend. Even the cops who had arrested Bobby Jo remembered her as polite and bubbly. She disappeared from Aurora Avenue north in 1987. Marta Reeves mother of four but estranged from her husband and their children, was 36 years old in 1990. Marta’s last few years had been plagued with cocaine addiction. Her life and family disintegrated and a desperate Marta was soon working on the streets. She was last heard from when she called her ex-husband looking for money. She disappeared from Seattle’s central district. Patricia Yellow Robe’s grew up on the Rocky Boys’ Indian reservation in Montana with 9 siblings. Her younger siblings loved their sister who they described as ‘always a lot of fun’. Trish moved around a lot as an adult but would swoop back in to see her family unexpectedly. Tragically, Trish struggled with addiction to drugs and alcohol and was thus unpredictable. In the summer before her death, Trish was visiting her family home when she told her sister she was planning on getting help with her addiction and wanted to go to rehab or something similar. Trish never got the chance to get clean. She died in 1998 at 38 years old. And often forgotten as victims 50, 51, 52- The unborn babies of Mary Exzetta West, Mary Bridgett Meehan, and Kimberly Nelson whose lives were stolen when Ridgway killed their mothers. Links The following 3 women have been linked to Ridgway almost conclusively but are technically still missing. I believe Ridgway has confessed to the following three women’s cases but without corroborating evidence or bodies he has not been charged. Kase Anne Lee was a petite red headed 16-year-old who lived in the same building as Terry Milligan. She was originally from Spokane and worked a few hours weekly at a photo shop. Her husband often beat her up and she worked the streets near the airport. Her husband, Anthony “Pretty Tony” Lee, was even briefly looked at as the killer. She left one evening at 11:30 pm to buy groceries and vanished into the night. Tragically, the only available photos of Kase (pronounced like Casey sometimes written Kasee) are her mugshots. Her body has never been found. Patricia Osborn left her home on Aurora Avenue in extreme north Seattle to meet a date. Earlier she had been heard arranging the date on the phone. Patricia’s family lived in Oregon. She had three arrests all in 1983 that they had no idea about. When she didn’t call home during the holidays, she was reported missing by her family. By that time, she had not been seen in over three months. Keli Kay McGinnis had a life one could call peculiar. She was born to a young mother who worked as a musician and the pair lived in apartments in the Seattle area. When Keli was a few years old her mother married a millionaire business man, and the three lived in a two-million-dollar mansion on Queen Anne Hill. Keli and her parents owned horses, yachts, and nice cars. The took lavish trips and Keli loved her father, who was actually her step dad. A few years down the road her mother and step father split and the pair went back to living in apartments with her mom working long hours as a singer. It was a weird life for the now aged eleven-year-old McGinnis. Years later at age 15 Keli fell in love with a boy at school and became pregnant. Keli’s family did not approve of her African American boyfriend so the couple moved in together. Keli and her boyfriend traveled the west coast with Keli working the streets. Keli usually worked with her best friend; a young teenager named Pammy Advent whose street name was Annette. Keli’s background gave her an edge in the business and she worked at fancy hotels and attracted wealthier johns. According to some of the women who worked with Keli, McGinnis was able to pull in 2-3x what they did on a typical night. Keli left her home one night in South Seattle to work but never came home. Her boyfriend called the police to report her missing. He was adamant Keli would never abandon their toddler daughter, who was later adopted out to a family when McGinnis never returned home. Her body has never been found, but Ridgway believes he killed her. The following three women are Jane Does who were arrested under false names before disappearing in Seattle, and are still not identified today. It is possible some or all of them women are Green River Victims. (this is a very confusing section so please bear with me.) Linda Louise Jackson was arrested in King County in the early 1980s using the alias Wylynda L. Wells. In 2012, King County authorities tried to contact Wylynda who they learned was actually Linda, to testify in a trial. When her family was tracked down, they reported they had not heard from Linda in “well over 10 years.” As it turns out Jackson has not been seen in King County (or anywhere else) since early 1983 but was never reported missing. If you know her whereabouts or associates please contact King county authorities. She is a native American female with brownish-black hair and brown eyes. A photo is provided below. Michelle has not been seen King County since December 1980. She went by the first name Michelle but this may not be her legal name. She also had ties to the New York area. She appears to be African American with light to medium skin tone, shortish brown-black hair and brown eyes. If you know her whereabouts, legal name, or associates please contact King county authorities. Both women’s photos can be seen here: https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/sheriff/about-us/enforcement/investigations/green-river.aspx Angie is a young woman who has possibly been missing since Summer 1983. She is only known as Angie, and she was a friend Green River Victim Tammie Lilies. Angie was from the Marysville area and is described as a white female, 17 to 18 years of age at the time of contact, 5' 4" in height, 110 pounds, with curly shoulder length light brown hair and greenish-blue eyes. She's been described as "very pretty" and "a Barbie doll." She was wearing blue jeans when she was last seen. No photo is available. If you know her whereabouts, legal name, or associates please contact King county authorities. (I have wondered if she is Angie Girdner down below but descriptions don’t match up perfectly and authorities seem to doubt this. She is also possibly Angela Meeker from Tacoma) More information can be found hereà https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/sheriff/about-us/enforcement/investigations/green-river.aspx The following women have been linked to Ridgway pretty conclusively and are known to be deceased but he has not been charged with their murders. In fact, he specifically denies killing the following three women. Amina Agisheff was a 36-year-old immigrant from Russia and a working mother of several children. She left her home and was waiting for the bus when she disappeared going to either visit her mother or coming home from visiting with her mother. She disappeared July 7th 1982. Agisheff’s body was found near North Bend in an area very close to other victims of Ridgway. Agisheff was found clothed or partially clothed, and her cause of death was a possible gunshot wound although this could not be conclusively proven. It is unknown if she was sexually assaulted. For years, Agisheff was considered to be the first Green River Victim due to where she was found even though she had no ties to the “scene” and was not known to use drugs or hitchhike. Ridgway always denies killing Agisheff, but as demonstrated above not all women killed by Ridgeway were part of the scene. However, Amina’s death varies significantly from Ridgway’s typical pattern. Theories: It is a coincidence that Amina’s body was found near other victims and she was the victim of another killer. She differed from the pattern because she was Ridgway’s first victim and this his method was substantially different. She was not Ridgway’s first victim and varied from the typical because Ridgeway’s victims were more varied than initially thought. Some have speculated that Ridgway offered Amina a ride somewhere and she took it because she knew him, however tangentially. This has never been proved. Tammie Liles was the from the Everett/ Snohomish area north of Seattle. Tammie’s family last heard from her in 1982 and she was reporting missing in 1983. Friends or family believed that had contact with Tammie in May 1984 when she called and said she was living in Tacoma and was going to get married. The police think it is possible the girl on the phone wasn’t actually Tammie, or that her family was confused on the date of the call. Tammie was removed from the missing persons list only to be reported missing again, this time for good in 1988. At this point, Tammie who was known to work as a prostitute in Seattle was linked to the GRK but her body was not identified until 1998. She was not known to work anywhere in Oregon and it has been suggested she was killed in King county and transported to Oregon after death. (Her body was found in Oregon.) Tammie is listed on some lists as an official or unofficial/ unproven Green River Victim, on some lists as a possible victim while she is left off of other lists entirely. Angela Girdner went by the name Angie and was a straight A student at a private high school. As a teen, Angela fell in with the wrong crowd and ran away from home. She was reported missing in 1982 and died sometime that year or in early 1983. Her remains were found with Tammie Liles’ remains. Both girls were found close (within a mile) to the bodies of Denise Bush and Shirley Sherrill near Portland Oregon. Police do not believe Angela ever traveled to Washington state making Angela the only victim who may have been both abducted and killed outside of the state of Washington. This may be why Ridgway denies involvement as his plea deal states he is eligible for death penalty if he committed crimes outside of King County. Theories: There is a theory that Tammie and Angela were killed by someone else and the placement of their bodies was a coincidence. The following women are missing or were found dead and may be Green River Victims but are not on the official list. Angela Mae Meeker was almost 14 when she disappeared in 1979. She was planning on going to the mall in Tacoma and then going to a birthday party when she vanished. Angela was seen later that evening at a party but never surfaced again. Angela ran away from home regularly and often hitchhiked around the Tacoma area. Angela’s parents believe she met with foul play when someone she hitched a ride with killed her. Angela Meeker is not Jane Doe B-10. Little information is available in the case. Andria Bailey was 15 or 16 when she went missing sometime in 1978 or 1979. The exact date of her disappearance is unknown. Andria lived with her grandmother in Spanaway, south of Seattle. Andria’s parents were in the military and lived in Germany. Andria was reported missing in 1989 when her mom called the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children saying that Andria had been missing for over 10 years. NCMEC called law enforcement. In 1995, someone (possibly NCMEC) called the Green River task force and gave them Andria’s name to compare to does in the case. No one knows if Andria was involved in drugs, prostitution, or running away. Her grandmother cannot remember the last time she saw Andria or what she was doing. Apparently after Andria went missing her grandmother called her parents and Andria’s father flew to Washington state to look for her in the local area but she was never officially reported missing. Andria’s mother and grandmother have since passed away. In the one article available about this case, Andria’s relative submitted a DNA sample to match potential does. Little information is available. Louise Sanders was last heard from in February 1981. She called a friend to make lunch plans but then canceled those plans because she was meeting a “date.” She disappeared from downtown Seattle in 1981. Louise was 35 years old at the time but a hormonal disorder made her look like a teenager still. She worked as a prostitute in downtown Seattle at the time. Little information is available in her case. Diana Munyon ran away from home in Mississippi in 1981. Her family last heard from her in May 1982 when she called from Fontana, California. She was only 16 years old at the time. Her family contacted the Green River Task force years later, both due to her background and because Diana bears a resemblance to one of the Jane Does Ridgway plead guilty to murdering. Her case is being investigated by Seattle authorities. Little information is available. Kristi Vorak left her foster home in Tacoma, Washington in October 1982 age 13. After leaving home she may have been seen at a bus depot in downtown Seattle. Kristi did not have a history of running away or prostitution but she did frequent areas of Seattle and Tacoma known to be part of the scene. Kristi’s mom thinks it is possible Kristi is a transient in the Seattle area or left to start a new life but law enforcement believes she met with foul play and is a possible Green River victim according to some articles. Little information is available in her case. Patricia Ann LeBlanc was 15 when she ran away in 1983. Patti had a record for prostitution and in August 1983 was arrested and sent to a youth shelter. Four days later the youth shelter took a field trip to the Seattle Center (a museum where the Space Needle is at) and she ran away and disappeared. Patti’s foster mom said that Patti ran away from whatever living situation she was put in, but Patti still called her foster mom often. Those phone calls stopped in August 1983. Patti may have an unspecified medical condition. Little information is available in her case. Pollyanne Jean Carter last seen leaving a friend’s home in Graham, Washington near Tacoma. She had called her parents and said she was headed home, but Pollyanne ran away often and frequented the city of Tacoma. After her disappearance her sister told law enforcement that Pollyanne worked as a prostitute in Tacoma, something her parents did not know. She was last seen in 1984 at age 15. Diane Nguyen Robbins left her home in the Eastern Washington town of Kennewick to travel to Seattle in Summer 1985 at age 13. Diane had no history of prostitution but had recently began hanging out with an older woman named Molly A. Purdin, aged 21. Molly and Diane went to Seattle and Diane was reported as a runaway when she did not return home. Molly and Diane were last seen in Seattle or Bellevue on June 18th. Molly was found murdered a month later in North King County but there was no sign of Diane. Law enforcement believes Diane and Molly’s disappearances were due to a serial killer but have not specified Ridgway. Snohomish PD is handling the case and says both cases are considered cold. Molly A. Purdin sometimes went by Molly Purdin-Clary. She lived in Kennewick, Washington before going missing. Read Diana Robbins summary above for more information. Little information is available. Virginia Rambus was a Seattle woman who went missing at age 19 from south Seattle, Washington in 1985. Virginia left her apartment to visit a coworker who lived in the same complex. They were planning on going to a party together in the Rainier neighborhood, but Virginia never made to her friend’s unit. At the time of her disappearance, serial killer Jesse Pratt also lived in her apartment complex. He is the prime suspect in her disappearance. Virginia had no links to prostitution or drugs and held down a steady professional job. Her case is included in this piece only because of where she lived and the time period she disappeared. Doris Mulhern went missing from the SeaTac strip in 1987 when she was 21 years old. She and her boyfriend traveled all around the country; they were originally from Michigan. Both lived transient, high-risk lifestyles. Mulhern’s boyfriend took her to the mall and he never saw her again. The last time she was seen, she was walking down the SeaTac strip. Margaret Diaz was 31 when she was last seen in Tacoma in 1988. Margaret had a high-risk lifestyle and frequently worked in the Hilltop area of Tacoma. She moved around a lot but tried to keep in contact with her three kids regularly. That contact stopped in 1988 and she has been missing ever since. Deborah Yvonne Wims sister of Cheryl Wims was last seen shopping on the SeaTac strip in 1990. She worked the strip in 1990 and disappeared when she was 31 years old. Her car was found parked on Pacific Highway south but there was no Deborah. Little information is available in her case. Darci Warde was 16 years old in 1990. She was located by police in Seattle who returned to her parents- she had been reported missing previously. She immediately ran away again and vanished. Darci had links to prostitution. Law enforcement believes Darci’s disappearance was due to a serial killer but have not specified Ridgway. Little information is available in her case. Cora McGuirk was 22 in July 1991. She was the young mother of three who worked at a gift shop and was an enrolled student at the University of Washington. Cora went from being a typical working mother and student to suddenly dropping out of sight at for one-two days at a time. Cora asked her aunt to look after her children in case anything bad happened to her, something that worried her aunt. The pieces fell into place when Cora brought home a new boyfriend who was using hard drugs. It is unknown if Cora was using but her aunt thought it was a likely explanation for her behavior. Cora left her children with her aunt and said she would be gone for a bit. She never returned and her abandoned car was found parked on Aurora Avenue north. Cora’s first priority was always her children even in those last few chaotic months of her life she made sure her kids had a safe place to be. Her family does not think she disappeared of her own accord. Cora’s aunt adopted and raised her three children the oldest of which, Martell Webster grew up to play professional basketball for the Portland Trailblazers. He was 4 when he last saw his mother. Cases with loose or former links to the Green River Killer. Some of these women are mentioned in one book or one source only. Some women’s names are believed to be aliases which is why information is sparse. My researched has yielded little information on several of the women below. Leann Virginia Wilcox died in late 1981. She fits the Ridgway profile to a tee, and was found near other dump sites but DNA on her body belongs to an unknown man, not Ridgway. GRK is not the prime suspect in her murder but it is a possibility. Initially on the Green River list, Wilcox’s case is no longer considered a Ridgway murder. Theresa Kline died in 1982. She was in her 20s at the time and was known to hitchhike. Initially on the Green River list, Kline’s case is no longer considered a Green River homicide. Little information is available. My research has yielded little information on Theresa’s case, her death may not be a murder and her name may be an alias. Debra Kay King disappeared from Tacoma in July 1982 when she was only 24. Little information is available in her case but foul play is suspected. My research has yielded little information on Debra’s case, her name may be an alias. Laronda Marie Bronson disappeared November 19, 1982 from Portland, Oregon. The 18-year-old was last seen at a bus stop. Laronda had ties to prostitution and the King County Sherriff’s office is the investigating agency in her case. Trina Deanne Hunter died in 1982. Initially on the Green River list. Hunter’s case is no longer considered a Green River murder. Little information is available. Kimberly Ann Reames Larson disappeared from the SeaTac strip in 1983. Her body was found the next day. (This info is available in only on book on Ridgway- no other information is available.) My research has yielded little information on Kimberly’s case, her name may be an alias. Tonya Lee Clemmons disappeared from the SeaTac area in 1983 but was not reported missing for a year. Tonya’s aunt said that Tonya always called, especially on holidays but the phone calls stopped in 1983. Tonya did not have a record for prostitution but frequented areas known for sex work such as the SeaTac strip. Kimberly Yvette Hill of Portland was last seen getting into a hatchback car with Washington license plates[SC1] . Kimberly was a sex worker and was only 19 years old. Her body was found the dumped the next day. Her 1984 murder is still unsolved. Kathleen Arita was a 38-year-old computer operator at Boeing. She was last seen in May 1984, leaving her home in Renton. She was later found near the Star Lake road Green River dump site. She had been strangled. In general, she is not considered a green River Victim but the placement of her body is suspicious. Jacqueline L. Sexton a Portland woman who worked as a prostitute disappeared in December 1984. Her body was found 3 days later. (This info is available in only one book on Ridgway- no other information is available.) My research has yielded little information on Sexton’s case, her name may be an alias. Rose Marie Kurran was a 16-year-old from the Bellingham area. Rose was known to hitchhike. She was last seen on Pacific Highway south in 1987. Her body was later found near SeaTac airport. She had been strangled. Her family described her as an animal lover and a free spirit. Kimberly Delange was last seen at a Puyallup shopping center in 1988. Her body was later found in Enumclaw, near the body of later victim Anna Chebetnoy. Little information is available in her case. Kerry Anne Walker of Renton, disappeared in 1988 after walking away from her home on Rainier avenue. Her body was found in later in South King county She was 15 years old. Little information is available. My research has yielded little information on Walker’s case, her name may be an alias. Shannon L. Pease, 15 was found dead in the Lakewood area of Tacoma in 1988. She was last seen in an area known for prostitution. Little information is available. My research has yielded little information on Shannon’s case, her name may be an alias. Robyn Kenworthy, 20 called her mom from Aurora Avenue one night and said she was coming home and was going to try to kick heroin for good. Robyn who worked as a dancer, never made it home. Robyn was found dead from an undetermined cause later in a wooded area. Robyn was found in Snohomish county in 1988. Ridgway is a suspect in her case. Jennifer Burnetto, 32 had also fallen prey to addiction. Jennifer worked the streets of Tacoma in 1988. She was found dead from stab wounds in Snohomish county near the body of Robyn Kenworthy. Ridgway is a suspect in her case. Tracey Wooten washed up on a beach in Tacoma at age 26 in 1990. Tracey had a history of drug use and prostitution. Tragically, Law Enforcement has been unable to find any friends or family. My research has yielded little information on Tracey’s case, her name may be an alias. Anna Lee Chebetnoy was last seen at a Puyallup shopping center in 1990, the same one Kim Delange disappeared from. Her body was later found in Enumclaw, only 100 feet from Kim Delange’s body. Ridgway was known to leave bodies in Enumclaw in the past. Little information is available in her case. Tia Hicks was a 20-year-old who struggled with addiction and worked as a prostitute on Aurora Avenue North in Seattle. Tia was found dead from an undetermined cause in a car in 1991. There is a suspect in her murder, if she was murdered. Her death is a still a mystery. Heather Marie Kinchen disappeared in 1991. She was living in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood when she disappeared at age 14. The Florida girl’s remains were found in July 1991 in North Bend, Washington. Little information is available. Sarah Marshlene Habakangas disappeared in 1991. She was working on the Pacific Highway south when she was last seen at age 17. Her remains were found in July 1991 in North Bend, Washington. Little information is available. Nicole French aged 19 disappeared in 1992. She was good friends with Sarah Habakangas. Her remains were found in North Bend, Washington near the remains of Heather Kinchen and Sarah Habakangas. Little information is available. Anitra Renee Mulwee was last seen at a New Year’s Eve party in 2000/2001, but she never made it home to Tacoma. Anitra’s body was found a few weeks later near a former dump spot of the Green River Killer. Despite the location of the body, there is no evidence that a crime occurred or that Anitra’s death was a homicide. Anitra did have ties to the scene as she had several drug and alcohol related offenses in her background. That particular dumping spot had been discovered by investigators years earlier, meaning that if Anitra was a victim of Ridgway, he would have dumped her body in place regularly surveilled by law enforcement, something he was not known to do. Little information is available in her case. Were some of these women victims of Gary Ridgway? Sources- these sources are a good place to start Green River Running Red by Ann Rule The Riverman: Ted Bundy and I hunt for the Green River Killer by Bob Keppel and William Birnes The Search for the Green River Killer: The True Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer by Carlton Smith and Tomas Guillen https://archive.seattletimes.com/archive/?date=19920727&slug=1504298 http://charleyproject.org/case/keli-kay-mcginness https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/Green_River_victims https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/sheriff/about-us/enforcement/investigations/green-river.aspx http://www.seattlemag.com/article/remembering-victims-green-river-killer https://archive.seattletimes.com/archive/?date=19911121&slug=1318612
2020.05.22 21:01 portlaneLinda Nelson (April 14, 1946 - May 9, 2020)
Linda Marie Nelson April 14, 1946 - May 9, 2020 Linda Marie (Wasson) Nelson passed away at her home Saturday, May 9, 2020. Born to Dorothy and William Wasson, she was raised in Washington, D.C. and Alexandria, Va., where she attended Hammond High School. She moved to Oregon in 1965. Linda was blessed with a wonderful life to her devoted and loving husband and best friend, Rick Nelson. Linda and Rick met in 1985 and were married in November 1997. Making their home in Lake Oswego for 30 years. Linda attended PCC for two years and loved continually learning. She enjoyed cooking, music, dancing, theater (Lakewood Theater Patron for 40 years) and was an avid reader. The Oregon Coast, Sunriver and Maui, Hawaii were her favorite places to visit after retirement. Linda was a lifelong friend to many and was a wonderful listener She enjoyed talking politics and sharing the things she believed in. She donated to over 100 causes and was passionate about helping others. Linda took immense joy and happiness in being a Grandmother to her five grandkids caring for them, seeing them grow into young adults and loving them unconditionally. Linda will be missed by her loving husband of 22 years, Rick; her daughter, Colleen (McGilvary) Pugh and Steven Pugh; son, Patrick McGilvary and Karla, Rick's son, Caleb Nelson and Andy; daughter, Amy (Nelson) Whiteley and husband, Jason; and grandchildren, Spencer, Makayla, Calvin, Kellen, and Natalie. Preceded in death by her parents, Dorothy and William Wasson; and grandmother, Mary Gile. A memorial and celebration of Linda's life will be held at a later date in the Fall, which was her favorite season. If you wish to honor Linda's memory, gifts and remembrances may be made to Planned Parenthood, Clackamas County Woman's Service, Guide Dogs for the Blind. Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=linda-marie-nelson&pid=196228177
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Date: 5/7/2020 Form: SC 13D/A - General statement of acquisition of beneficial ownership📷 📷 📷 📷 📷 UNITED STATES SECURITIES & EXCHANGE COMMISSION Washington, D.C. 20549 SCHEDULE 13D/A (Amendment No. 1) Under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Major League Football, Inc. (Name of Issuer) Common Stock (Title of Class of Securities) 560814 10 5 (CUSIP Number) Francis J. Murtha 7319 Riviera Cove #7, Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202 (847) 924-4332 (Name, Address and Telephone Number of Person Authorized to Receive Notices and Communications) May 4, 2020 (Date of Event Which Requires Filing of This Statement) If the filing person has previously filed a statement on Schedule 13G to report the acquisition which is the subject of this Schedule 13D, and is filing this schedule because of §§ 240.13d-1(e), 240.13d-1(f) or 240.13d-1(g), check the following box. ¨ NOTE: Schedules filed in paper format shall include a signed original and five copies of the schedule, including all exhibits. See Rule 13d-7 for other parties to whom copies are to be sent. *The remainder of this cover page shall be filled out for a reporting person's initial filing on this form with respect to the subject class of securities, and for any subsequent amendment containing information which would alter disclosures provided in a prior cover page. The information required on the remainder of this cover page shall not be deemed to be "filed” for the purpose of section 18 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 ("Act”) or otherwise subject to the liabilities of that section of the Act but shall be subject to all other provisions of the Act (however, see the Notes). CUSIP No. 560814 10 5 1. NAMES OF REPORTING PERSONS Britt Jennings 2. CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX IF A MEMBER OF A GROUP (SEE INSTRUCTIONS) (a) o (b) x 3. SEC USE ONLY 4. SOURCE OF FUNDS (SEE INSTRUCTIONS) PF 5. CHECK IF DISCLOSURE OF LEGAL PROCEEDINGS IS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO ITEMS 2(d) OR 2(e) o 6. CITIZENSHIP OR PLACE OF ORGANIZATION United States of America NUMBER OF SHARES BENEFICIALLY OWNED BY EACH REPORTING PERSON WITH 7. SOLE VOTING POWER 37,500,000 8. SHARED VOTING POWER 0 9. SOLE DISPOSITIVE POWER 37,500,000 10. SHARED DISPOSITIVE POWER 0 11. AGGREGATE AMOUNT BENEFICIALLY OWNED BY EACH REPORTING PERSON 37,500,000 12. CHECK IF THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT IN ROW (11) EXCLUDES CERTAIN SHARES (SEE INSTRUCTIONS) o 13. PERCENT OF CLASS REPRESENTED BY AMOUNT IN ROW (11) 24.45% (1) 14. TYPE OF REPORTING PERSON (SEE INSTRUCTIONS) IN _________ (1) Based upon 153,359,858 shares of the Issuer’s common stock that were outstanding as of May 7, 2020. 2 ITEM 1. Security and Issuer The securities to which this Schedule 13D relates are the shares of common stock, par value $0.001 per share ("Common Stock”), of Major League Football, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the "Issuer”). The principal executive offices of the Issuer are located at 7319 Riviera Cove #7, Lakewood Ranch, Florida 34202. ITEM 2. Identity and Background. (a) This Schedule 13D is filed by Britt Jennings. (b) The Reporting Person’s business address is 4360 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Suite 405, Atlanta, GA 30341. (c) The Reporting Person is a certified public accountant in private practice. (d) The Reporting Person has not, during the last five years, been convicted in a criminal proceeding (excluding traffic violations or similar misdemeanors). (e) The Reporting Person has not, during the last five years, been a party to a civil proceeding of a judicial or administrative body of competent jurisdiction as a result of which he was or is subject to a judgment, decree or final order enjoining future violations of, or prohibiting or mandating activities subject to, federal or state securities laws or a finding of any violation with respect to such laws. f) The Reporting Person is a United States citizen. ITEM 3. Source and Amount of Funds or Other Consideration. Item No. 3 is hereby amended to read as follows: From May 4, 2020 to May 7, 2020, Mr. Jennings purchased, in open market transactions, an aggregate of 4,000,000 shares of common stock of the Company at the current market prices ranging from $0.0034 to $0.0045 per share. The Reporting Person owns 37,500,000 shares of Common Stock for investment purposes. ITEM 4. Purpose of Transaction. The Reporting Person acquired the shares of Common Stock described in Item 5 for investment purposes. Except as set forth herein, as of the date hereof, there are no plans or proposals that the Reporting Person has that relate to or would result in (a) The acquisition by any person of additional securities of the Issuer, or the disposition of securities of the Issuer; (b) An extraordinary corporate transaction, such as a merger, reorganization or liquidation, involving the Issuer or any of its subsidiaries; (c) A sale or transfer of a material amount of assets of the Issuer or any of its subsidiaries; (d) Any change in the present board of directors or management of the Issuer, including any plans or proposals to change the number or term of directors or to fill any existing vacancies on the board; (e) Any material change in the present capitalization or dividend policy of the Issuer; (f) Any other material change in the Issuer's business or corporate structure, including but not limited to, if the Issuer is a registered closed-end investment company, any plans or proposals to make any changes in its investment policy for which a vote is required by section 13 of the Investment Company Act of 1940; (g) Changes in the Issuer's charter, bylaws or instruments corresponding thereto or other actions which may impede the acquisition of control of the Issuer by any person; (h) Causing a class of securities of the Issuer to be delisted from a national securities exchange or to cease to be authorized to be quoted in an inter-dealer quotation system of a registered national securities association; (i) A class of equity securities of the Issuer becoming eligible for termination of registration pursuant to section 12(g)(4) of the Act; or (j) Any action similar to any of those enumerated above. 3 ITEM 5. Interest in Securities of the Issuer. Item No. 5 is hereby amended to read as follows: (a) At the close of business on May 7, 2020, the aggregate number of shares of the Common Stock owned beneficially by the Reporting Person is 37,500,000 shares, which represents approximately 24.45% of the outstanding shares of the Common Stock. The percentages in this Item 5(a) are based upon 153,359,858 shares of Common Stock that were outstanding as of May 7, 2020. (b) The Reporting Person has the sole power (and no shared power) to vote or dispose of or direct the disposition of the Reporting Person’s Common Stock. (c) During the sixty (60) days prior to the filing of this Schedule 13D, the Reporting Person has made no transactions in the Common Stock. (d) Not applicable. (e) Not applicable. ITEM 6. Contracts, Arrangements, Understandings or Relationship with Respect to the Securities of the Issuer. Not applicable. ITEM 7. Material to Be Filed as Exhibits. Not applicable. 4 SIGNATURE After reasonable inquiry and to the best of my knowledge and belief, I certify that the information set forth in this statement is true, complete, and correct. Dated: May 7, 2020 /s/ Francis J. Murtha Francis J. Murtha 5
2020.05.12 03:27 livestreamfailedMajor League Football, Inc. Announces The Completion Of The Purchase Of Former Alliance Of American Football (AAF) Equipment
Major League Football, Inc. Announces The Completion Of The Purchase Of Former Alliance Of American Football (AAF) Equipment Professional spring football league makes significant step towards its 2020 launch with "an exceptional value purchase" of the bankrupt AAF. LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla., Nov. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Major League Football, Inc. (OTC: MLFB) announced today that it has completed the purchase of the equipment formally owned by the now bankrupt AAF. Frank Murtha, President and CEO of MLFB shared details of the deal which will save the publicly traded professional spring football league nearly two million dollars. "We are committed to long-term financial sustainability. This purchase is a great example of that responsible mindset." Virtually all of the football equipment, video equipment, and medical supplies necessary for eight teams was included in the purchase. MLFB is scheduled to debut in six cities in the Spring of 2020. MLFB is the first publicly traded sports league in history. Having completed the recruitment and retention of an experienced executive team, Murtha is confident that a 2020 launch announcement is rapidly approaching. The purchase of this equipment solidifies the plan for the league to play football in 2020. Murtha knows the importance of having shareholders, investors, employees, coaches, and players all working toward the same goal...long term sustainable success as a developmental professional spring football league. "The AAF provided proof of concept for a spring league with attendance, viewership, and the successful transition by some players to the National Football League (NFL)," Murtha confirmed. By opening the season in early May, the league will give players an opportunity to get additional practice, to gather film and show the NFL scouts and coaches why they deserve to play on the NFL level. MLFB will provide the NFL with another source of valuable players. About Major League Football, Inc. Major League Football, Inc. (OTC: MLFB) was founded as a professional football league committed to developing players, coaches and staff. Based out of Lakewood Ranch, Florida, the league will feature six teams located in cities across the United States for the inaugural 2020 spring season. Details of the season are forthcoming. Forward Looking Statements: This release contains certain forward-looking statements, which reflect management's expectations regarding future events and operating performance and speak only as of the date of this release. These forward-looking statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties. We caution that forward-looking statements are not guarantees. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed or implied in these forward-looking statements. Factors or events that could cause our actual results to differ may emerge in the future, and it is not possible for us to predict all of them. Additional information about MLFB is contained in the league's filings with the SEC. SOURCE Major League Football 11/1/2019 5:26:00 PM mlfb.com
2020.05.07 21:00 portlaneGeorge Bell (March 31, 1941 - April 11, 2020)
George Bell March 31, 1941 - April 11, 2020 George Bell a long time resident of Portland passed away April 11, 2020 at The Pearl Care Center in Lake Oswego. George was the first son of Johnny and Dorothy Bell of Baton Rouge, La. He graduated from Southern University Laboratory High School and attended Southern University graduating with a degree in Electrical Engineering. George moved to Portland and started his career with the Army Corps of Engineers working on electrical power generation and river navigation projects at Bonneville Dam. He later joined Bonneville Power Administration as an Electrical Engineer working in Substation Design. In 1975, he was selected to become BPA's Equal Opportunity Officer. After development and implementation of the Equal Opportunity Program, he was sent to Washington, D.C., to work in Administration helping to coordinate the needs of BPA and Congress. His work led to the passage of the Northwest Power Planning Act of 1980. As a career executive and member of senior management at BPA, he worked in multiple roles from Senior VP for Electric Power Transmission to Senior VP for Corporate Services. He earned his MBA from the University of Portland and took additional coursework at Ames Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. George was a person of significant energy. After an early retirement he decided to pursue his other passion of Community Service. George was active with the American Leadership Forum, Police Activities League supporting and mentoring local kids and founded the Portland Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. He served on the Board of Directors for the Oregon Community Foundation, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Volunteers of America, Portland Center Stage and the Lakewood Theater Company. He also served as Vice Chairman for the Oregon Cultural Trust and Oregon Public Broadcasting and Chairman of the Board for the Metropolitan Exposition and Recreation Committee. George and his wife Val traveled the world extensively. Throughout it all he found time for golf, theater, jazz, wine tasting and weekends on the Oregon Coast. George was dearly loved and will be missed by many. He is survived by his mother, Dorothy; wife, Val; sons, Daryl and Craig; grandchildren, Zoe, India and Onyx; sister, Ruby (Ory); brothers, Sam (Belinda) and Charles (Randi). He was preceded in death by his father, Johnny Bell Sr.; and brother, John Bell. Due to Covid-19 a celebration of life 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=george-bell&pid=196155505
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