COVID patient in Louisiana says he'd opt for hospitalization again over vaccine
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A driver involved in a high-speed collision in Ohio after she tried to “let God take the wheel” last month now faces multiple charges, KTLA sister station WJW in Cleveland reported Tuesday.
On June 15, officers responded to an intersection in Beachwood where a car had knocked down several power lines, a utility pole, and crashed into a house shortly before midnight.
No one in the home was hurt.
According to a police report obtained by WJW, a 31-year-old woman approached the officers and told them she was driving the car, and that her 11-year-old daughter was in the front passenger seat.
They were both taken to a hospital for evaluation.
Video from traffic cameras showed the woman’s vehicle heading southbound on Richmond Road, apparently driving at speeds more than 100 mph, and speeding through a red light at Shaker Blvd.
The woman’s vehicle hit another car, causing her vehicle to spin until it crashed into the utility pole, another car, and the house, according to police.
The other driver was not injured.
At the hospital, officers did not detect any sign of impairment from drugs or alcohol.
The woman told police that she intentionally drove at the high speed and through the red light to “test her faith with God,” according to the report.
She told police she’s been going through some “trials and tribulations” and was recently fired from her job.
The woman said she “let go and let God take the wheel,” the police report said, adding that she believed she did the right thing.
The child was taken to University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital for further evaluation.
The woman faces multiple charges including felony assault, endangering a child, and driving under suspension.
What you can try to do is:
-The best way to get the fastest speeds for your games is to use an ethernet cable. Considering that you live in a house you can try to get an ethernet cable through your attic and get it all the way from your modem to were your PS is and connect it that way. If you don't have access to the attic you could run it inside the house from where the modem is to where the PS is or even from the outside of the house and bring it through the window or an outside wall in the room where your PS is. There is a lot of tools out there that can help you organize the cable so it doesn't look out of place and you can always ask someone for help with the installation.
-You could also see if you or someone could help you install a ethernet jack in the room where your PS is and connect it that way.
-You could try getting one of those wifi routers and modems that are made specially for gaming and see if there is any difference.
-Contacting Xfinity to see if they could do something to help you might also be an option.
pretty normal , as i said wifi depends on a lot of factors from your device to outside interference. Wifi will always be slower than ethernet. You can be next to the router and still get slow wifi speeds, especially since you are using a mesh setup which are not good for speeds but are good for distance. An example is in my old home which we had 100 mbps internet. If I connected to the router directly I got the full 100 mbps but when I used wifi even as I was standing next to the router I got like half the speed.
with ethernet you get an instantaneous connection and little to no interruption hence why you are getting the fast speeds. With wifi it depends on things like other devices that might be sucking up your connection speeds , the router you are using , electronics that cause interference, other routers operating in the area , the distance of your devices from the router , the network cards in your devices and the material in your home can also affect wifi speed and connection.
That's how it is , Wifi will always be slower than using ethernet and connecting directly to the router.
California Highway Patrol tickets driver with apparent SpaceX Starlink dish bolted to car hood
The metal gear edit makes this better:
I don't pay a monthly membership, all what the band offers and your stats from it shows up for free for you to see in their app. They do offer a premium subscription option that gives you a few extra things but it's not really much and I think it's not worth it.
Fitbit charge 4: Link
I have one and its great for tracking sleep and oxygen levels during sleep with its integrated SpO2 sensor, workouts with integrated GPS , and it has continuous heart rate tracking. The battery life has been pretty great as well and I like that its waterproof as well as swim proof.
May 22 '21
Another ballot audit set to move ahead in Fulton County, Georgia, as judge rules absentee ballots can be unsealed
Take down that AC-130 with your throwing knife
If the democrats gain both seats in GA then it will be 50-50 but because Biden won and the vice president has the power to cast a tie breaking vote then it will give democrats the advantage.
Ah yes energy, my favorite healthy snack.
You know the US political system is fucked when Trump a president who lost the popular vote, got impeached and is the worse president in history just got a 3rd judge confirmed on the supreme court in less than 4 years.
unfortunately the only way to use voice commands for your own music is by making a song playlist and having YT music premium. This voice command won't work in the free version ,i have tried to do it but it just opens the youtube app.
try this, go to the youtube music app and click on your profile picture then settings , library and downloads and toggle the show device files and it should show the music on your sd card in the app.
You can cast your local library to a home mini using the free version as i'am doing right now.
I used this guide to upload my music to YT music , see if it works for you:
it was a fun mode but i hate playing it with people that didn't do the challenges to get the extra skill points.
His name was Jeremy, he died in 2017 but some good news is that before his death he was able to mate.
Imagine being a secret service agent and risking your life to protect a president who doesn't care about you.