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2020.11.30 10:55 MyJuniorJob List of web Junior Jobs:

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Full Stack Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2192
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jambit GmbH Stuttgart, Deutschland
Junior Java Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2188
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Plano, TX
Software Developer (European Genome-phenome Archive) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2205
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European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) Hinxton, UK
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European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) Hinxton, UK
Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2162
RDA Corporation Cockeysville, MD
Remote Developer for Global Fintech - LatAm https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2178
Tutuka No office location
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Tutuka No office location
Full Stack Junior Java Developer, Analyst https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2104
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Junior Systems Engineer (m/w/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2095
adnymics GmbH München, Germany
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OneMain Financial Evansville, IN
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Direct Supply Durham, NC
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JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Plano, TX
Web Developer for Angular Application https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2171
Tablet Solutions GmbH Wien, Austria
Software Engineer (Austin, TX only) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2128
Sailpoint Technologies, Inc. Austin, TX
(Junior) Developer (f/m/d) for the Siemens / SAP Solution Portfolio and Integration - SAP Munich https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2105
SAP Hallbergmoos, Germany
Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2182
Property Meld No office location
Python Developer (Backend) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2177
Energyworx Houten, Netherlands
Software Tester for critical European payment applications https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2134
Nets Group Copenhagen, Denmark
Developers to build European payment solutions in Nets https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2121
Nets Group Copenhagen, Denmark
Software Tester in Oslo/Copenhagen https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2209
Nets Group Copenhagen, Denmark
Full-Stack Web Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2133
Bullseye Media LLC Minneapolis, MN
Software Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2194
prosourceIT Fort Lauderdale, FL
Front End (ReactJS/Redux) Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2173
DeveloperTown Indianapolis, IN
Software Developer - Android Apps https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2167
Esri Redlands, CA
Cloud Infrastructure Engineer (f/m/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2138
alfatraining Bildungszentrum GmbH Berlin, Deutschland
DevOps Software Development Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2198
Esri Melbourne, Australia
Full Stack Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1937
Captivation Software Fort Meade, MD
Softwareentwickler (m/w/d) Backend https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2061
Haufe Group Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
Full Stack Developer using Angular and .NET https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2077
BridgePay Network Solutions, LLC Orlando, FL
Senior C Software Engineer - Bot Smart Diagnostics https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2074
Ocado Technology Sofia, Bulgaria
iOS Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2045
iKhokha Durban, South Africa
Node.js software developers maken de zorg beter! https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2015
Ksyos Amstelveen, Netherlands
Junior DevOps* https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1908
anarcon GmbH München, Deutschland
Junior Backend Engineer (f/m/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1884
Personio Madrid, Spain
Junior FullStack Developer - Plano, TX https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1862
UnitedHealth Group Plano, TX 75024
Junior Tester https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1825
Liferay, Inc. Diamond Bar, CA 91765
Java Backend Software Engineer (m/w/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2025
InteRES GmbH Darmstadt, Deutschland
(Junior) Salesforce DevOps Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1891
NN Group N.V. Rotterdam, Netherlands
Junior Technical Support Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1837
Mendix Boston, MA 02210
Scientist (m/f) for the development of software methods for comprehensible data https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2163
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. Dresden, Deutschland
Full Stack Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2114
Mullvad VPN Gothenburg, Sweden
Full-Stack PHP Web Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2208
D3R Chichester, UK
Software Engineer - Fulfilment https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2063
Ocado Technology London, UK
Software Engineer in Test (SDET/SET) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1941
Creative Assembly Horsham, UK
Junior Signal Processing Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1907
Tatch New York, NY
Junior Full Stack Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1854
Octo Consulting Group Reston, VA 20191
Junior Mechanical Technician https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1846
Applied Research Associates, Inc Vicksburg, MS 39180
Software Engineer - B2B Team Ukraine-Kyiv https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2155
BlaBlaCar Kyiv, Ukraine
Backend (Golang) developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2147
summitto Amsterdam, Netherlands
Software Developer (NodeJS, React) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2135
Alcumus Cardiff, UK
Full Stack Engineer that loves Node/TypeScript/GraphQL to help build our backend https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2118
Chalkboard Software Limited Manchester, UK
Python Software Engineer (40h/wk) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2115
Channable Utrecht, Netherlands
Lawinensprengen am Smartphone (Full-Stack) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1975
Wyssen Seilbahnen AG Reichenbach im Kandertal, Schweiz
Software Fullstack Engineer (m/f/x) onsite or remote (anywhere in Germany or UK) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1971
Scalable Capital GmbH München, Deutschland
(Junior) Android Engineer (m/f/x) onsite or remote (anywhere in Germany or UK) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1905
Scalable Capital GmbH München, Deutschland
Junior Javascript (Web) Engineer (m/f/x) onsite in Germany https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1894
Scalable Capital GmbH München, Deutschland
Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2153
Ninja Van Singapore
Frontend Engineer (m/f/x) onsite or remote (anywhere in Germany or UK) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2137
Scalable Capital GmbH München, Deutschland
Java Engineer (m/f/x) onsite or remote (anywhere in Germany or UK) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2213
Scalable Capital GmbH München, Deutschland
Full-Stack Entwickler (m/w/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1977
1&1 Telecommunication SE Karlsruhe, Deutschland
Junior Software Engineer (Trainee) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1889
Fei Siong Food Management Pte. Ltd. Singapore
Junior Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1886
Fei Siong Food Management Pte. Ltd. Singapore
Junior Copywriter https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1876
Havas New York, NY
Junior Online Researcher https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1824
Syntelligent Analytic Solutions, LLC United States
Software Engineer (.NET Core) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2142
Kaizen Gaming (Stoiximan/Betano) Athens, Greece
Junior System Engineer Linux (m/w), 80-100 % https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2092
CONCORDIA Luzern, Schweiz
Software Developer mit Schwerpunkt Backend (m/w/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2197
Haufe Group Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
Javascript Web Developer for Live Streaming Player https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2038
nanocosmos Berlin, Germany
Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2018
Dream Broker Helsinki, Finland
Full-Stack .NET Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1954
MediKeeper San Diego, CA
Java Developer / Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2037
GSR Singapore
Webdeveloper for Backend (NodeJS) and Frontend (Vue) (m/f) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1972
RINGANA GmbH Wien, Österreich
Web-Tester (m/f) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1958
RINGANA GmbH Wien, Österreich
Junior Mobile Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1915
Zumper Providence, RI
Jr DevOps Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1900
Device Magic Raleigh, NC
Full Stack Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2159
AWAZE Vacation Rentals Manchester, UK
Awesome UI/UX Software Engineer - JavaScript, Java (Fully Cleared) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2151
Erias Ventures Annapolis Junction, MD
SAAS Client Support Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2088
Fexa No office location
Front-End Software Engineer (Angular) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2028
Ridgeline International, Inc. No office location
Software Developer for Green Energy Project (f/m/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1938
centum-amm Deutschland GmbH München, Deutschland
Backend Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1936
Jelli Boise, ID
Junior Engineer / T2 Support Engineer at Dublin's Hottest Travel Company https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1899
Roomex Dublin, Ireland
Junior Software Developer, Internal Tools https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1843
OCHIN Remote
Entry Level/Junior Architect/Architectural Designer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1823
Tetra Tech Ithaca, NY
Junior Front End/Web Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1822
Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group Remote
TypeScript Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2152
Royce Corporation Aventura, FL
Front-End JavaScript developer. https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1966
vestr Lviv, Ukraine
Duales Studium - Mathematisch technischer Softwareentwicklerin zum 01.09.2021 https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1964
tarent solutions GmbH Bonn, Deutschland
Remote Full Stack .Net Developer For a Wide Range of Interesting Projects https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2150
Rio IT Ltd Colchester, UK
Full stack ASP.NET Core and VueJS Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2141
Facility Wizard Software Incorporated d/b/a Wizard Software Solutions Chicago, IL
Software Developer C++ for 3D maps - remote https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2129
Atlatec GmbH Kiew, Ukraine
Web Frontend Developer with an eye for professional user experience (m/f/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2113
Ergosign Saarbrücken, Germany
Web Frontend Developer with an eye for professional user experience (m/f/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2110
Ergosign Hamburg, Germany
Developer / Junior Developer, Tier 2 Support Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2093
OutMatch Dallas, TX
Web Engineer - Backend https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2202
Canva Sydney, Australia
Site Reliability Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2087
Picnic Amsterdam, Netherlands
Senior Backend Engineer for Crypto Trading Platform https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2079
Cove Markets No office location
DevOp (m/w/d) für Betrieb und Weiterentwicklung unserer AWS Kubernetes-Umgebung https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2036
IZ Immobilien Zeitung Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Wiesbaden, Deutschland
Junior A&R https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1853
Warner Music Group Miami, FL
React Native Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2170
Picnic Amsterdam, Netherlands
Software Engineer in Test https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2082
Esri Redlands, CA
Python Backend Developer (m/f/d) - Industrial Data Science and Software https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2026
Smart Steel Technologies GmbH Berlin, Germany
Front-end Software Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1990
Freelance Fair B.V. Utrecht, Netherlands
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Esri Vienna, VA
Junior Developer (m/w/d) für Integrationsprojekte https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1922
CAS AG Bochum, Deutschland
Awesome Full-Stack Software Engineer - Java, Python, Spark(Fully Cleared) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2116
Erias Ventures Annapolis Junction, MD
フロントエンドエンジニア https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2049
HENNGE K.K. Tokyo, Japan
Front-End Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1996
HENNGE K.K. Tokyo, Japan
Python/Django Software Developer (m/f/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1974
ClimatePartner München, Deutschland
Backend Software Engineer - Paylater https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1947
Traveloka Jakarta, Indonesia
Jr Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1877
One Door Boston, MA
Java-Softwareentwickler (m/w/d)* Fullstack für unseren Standort Essen https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2034
SOPTIM AG Essen, Deutschland
.Net Developer for leading European fintech company https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2017
Nets Group Oslo, Norway
Software Developer (m/w/d) Java https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1993
CAS AG Bochum, Deutschland
Software Engineering Trainee 2021 https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1981
Lime Lund, Sweden
Java Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2031
Picnic Amsterdam, Netherlands
Backend Developer – Python/Django https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1942
5 Monkeys Agency AB Göteborg, Sweden
Backend Developer – Python/Django https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2122
5 Monkeys Agency AB Stockholm, Sweden
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Xactware Lehi, UT
Senior Software Engineer (m/w/d) in Bonn oder Köln https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1943
tarent solutions GmbH Bonn, Deutschland
Junior Software Engineer for Micro Frontends https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1888
smapiot München, Germany
Webentwickler*in (d/m/w) in Köln oder Heikendorf bei Kiel https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2072
FLS GmbH (Fast Lean Smart) Heikendorf, Deutschland
Software Engineer Java Full Stack Must live in Eastern or Central Time Zone USA https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1995
Cardinal Financial Company, LP No office location
Python Software Engineer (40h/wk) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1986
Channable Utrecht, Netherlands
Junior Full-Stack Web Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1887
uTalk London, UK
PHP Developer (f/m/d) Remote/Homeoffice - WordPress Projects at Enterprise Level https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2054
Inpsyde GmbH No office location
Frontend Developer (m/f/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2046
ClimatePartner München, Deutschland
Full Stack Developer Mobile Gaming (m/w/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1982
Lotum GmbH Bad Nauheim, Deutschland
Junior Java Entwickler (m/w/d) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1911
InterFace AG Unterhaching, Deutschland
Frontend / React Developer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2068
KiteString Technical Services, formerly LJSA. No office location
Simulation Software Engineer - ArcGIS Urban https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1985
Esri Zürich, Switzerland
Software Engineer, Backend Infrastructure https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2154
Forward San Francisco, CA
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Forward San Francisco, CA
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Forward San Francisco, CA
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Shapr3D Budapest, Hungary
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Venture Leap GmbH Berlin, Deutschland
Frontend/VueJs Software Engineer https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/1935
BRG - The GAT Team No office location
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Open Door Logistics Ltd No office location
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Bolinda Labs GmbH Darmstadt, Germany
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Golin Chicago, IL
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Privitar Ltd Warsaw, Poland
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Smals Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgium
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GetSafe GmbH Heidelberg, Deutschland
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Commerzbank Prague, Czechia
Java Developer (Onsite in Paris, or Remote in France, UK, Germany) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2050
PeopleDoc No office location
Python Developer (Onsite in Paris, or Remote in France, UK, Germany) https://myjuniorjob.com/#/jobdetail/2000
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Vox Media New York, NY 10017
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2020.11.30 00:41 jmart815 The Yellow area pays more in taxes than the Red area (despite taking up 4 times less space and housing more people).

The Yellow area pays more in taxes than the Red area (despite taking up 4 times less space and housing more people).

Two residential areas in Coral Gables
Intro: I wanted to do a local case study on how property is taxed here in Miami based on land use. Here in Miami land is a premium since the city is limited geographically with to ocean to the east and the everglades to the West and Broward and the keys to our north and south. Therefore the amount of usable land (for housing, commercial, industrial uses) is fixed. This is even more true in highly productive and desirable areas like downtown or the beach. For every plot of usable land the city also has to build and maintain infrastructure (roads, water, sewer, electricity, schools, police, firefighters, telecommunications, public transit) and this is all paid for by local property taxes. But not every plot of land contributes more than it takes. Generally the bigger the plot the more it costs the city to maintain infrastructure (longer roads, longer pipes, longer cables, longer distance for emergency vehicles). But a bigger plot doesn't necessarily mean it pays more, to the contrary many times small plots pay much more than smaller despite being much less taxing on the city's budget. This all come down to land use, if an area is zoned for a more dense land use, it will be more productive for the city tax wise. Below is a random, but very common example.

For this I picked this area in Coral Gables which has two distinct residential development/zoning areas. The yellow are is known as "Villa Majorca", a 6 story, 36 unit apartment building near the "downtown" of Coral Gables. The red area directly next to the building is a collection of 18 plots of single family homes and two plots for duplexes.
The yellow area take sup exactly 38,250 square feet of land and pays $199,953 ($5.22 per sq feet) in property taxes to the city every year. The yellow area provides 36 units of housing.
The red area collectively takes up 153,365 square feet of land and collectively pays $195,266 ($0.78 per sq) in property taxes to the city every year. The red area provides 22 units (18 single family + 2 duplex) of housing.
The yellow area takes up 4 times less space but contributes 6 times more (per sq) in taxes to our city. At the same time the yellow area costs the city less in infrastructure maintenance (less feet of pipes, wire, and road to maintain) when compares to the red area.
The takeaway is that it is economically smart for city to encourage more dense zoning near existing urban development (not necessarily for 50 story luxury towers, but more laid back medium rise development where the average person can live). The result of this is more housing in places where they are needed (The red area could contain 4 "Villa Majorcas" totalling 144 housing units). And also more needed funds to the city since the city receives more net income per sq with these types of developments. Those extra funds could go a long way to making our community a lot better.
Thank for coming to my Ted Talk, please let me know your thoughts. I plan to do another one of these analysis with retail/commercial space instead.
Source: https://www.miamidade.gov/Apps/PA/propertysearch/#/
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2020.11.29 18:14 markoz3 South beach Miami

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2020.11.28 15:23 SnooBooks3403 How much would you pay for Willet bourbon?

I've been to 25 stores and never found it. it's like a myth down here in south Florida (palm beach, Broward, Miami) finally found it for 75 out the door MSRP is around 45-50 bucks . what would you'll do?
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2020.11.26 19:11 samaelestevez [USA-FL] [H] AMD Radeon RX 6800XT [W] Nvidia GTX 3080

I got lucky purchasing this card, however not so much with fitting it inside my Ghost S1 case. The card is too thick for my small form factor case. I see the GTX 3080 does fit my case so I'm looking for a local trade if anyone is interested. I'm in south florida so I can meet on Miami, Fort Lauderdale or Palm Beaches.
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2020.11.25 21:01 redit202 I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build Project Weekly Update & Lane Closure Alert - November 25, 2020

I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build Project Weekly Update & Lane Closure Alert - November 25, 2020

WEEKLY PROJECT UPDATE

NOVEMBER 25, 2020

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OPEN INTERACTIVE MAP

I-95 ONGOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

  • Concrete pavement replacement on I-95 from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street
  • Ongoing replacement of approach slabs on I-95 from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street

I-95 CLOSURES

  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12- Up to four lanes on southbound I-95 from NW 29 Street to NW 8 Street will be closed nightly between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Fridays and Saturdays will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m.
  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12- Up to four lanes on northbound I-95 will be closed nightly from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Fridays and Saturdays will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m.

CLOSURE OF NORTHBOUND I-95 EXIT 4A TO EASTBOUND I-195

  • MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12- The northbound I-95 ramp to eastbound I-195 (Exit 4A) will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Friday and Saturday will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m. Drivers can continue north on I-95 and use Exit 4B to access eastbound I-195.

SOUTHBOUND I-95 RAMP TO WESTBOUND SR 836 DETOUR

  • MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12- The southbound I-95 ramp to westbound SR 836 will be closed as needed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The closures on Friday and Saturday will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue south on I-95
    • Exit at SW 7 Street/Brickell Avenue (Exit 1B), then turn left at SW 8 Street
    • Enter the northbound I-95 ramp, then access the ramp to westbound SR 836
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

SOUTHBOUND I-95 RAMP TO EASTBOUND I-395 DETOUR

  • MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12- The southbound I-95 ramp to eastbound I-395 will be closed as needed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue south on I-95, exit at the NW 8 Street (Exit 3B)
    • Turn left on NW 8 Street, continue east on NW 8 Street
    • Turn left at Biscayne Boulevard to access the A1A North/Miami Beach Ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

EASTBOUND SR 112 AND WESTBOUND I-195 RAMP TO SOUTHBOUND I-95 DETOUR

  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12- The eastbound SR 112 and westbound I-195 ramps to southbound I-95 will be closed as needed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue north on I-95 and exit at NW 62 Street
    • Turn left at NW 62 Street to access the southbound I-95 ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

I-395 ONGOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

  • Nighttime Auger Cast Pile (ACP) operations east of Biscayne Boulevard and south of NE 13 Street
  • Dewatering of center pile foundation to begin construction of footer
  • Construction of bridge foundations and piers adjacent to I-395 from North Bayshore Drive to NW 3 Avenue
  • Placement of bridge segment west of NE 1 Avenue just north of I-395
  • Second crew installing bridge segments west of NW 1 Avenue and south of I-395
  • Signature Bridge center pier footer construction north of I-395 between Biscayne Boulevard and NE 2 Avenue

I-395 MAINLINE LANE CLOSURES

  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11- One lane on mainline eastbound I-395 will be closed from I-95 to Biscayne Boulevard between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Saturday will be implemented between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m.
  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11- One lane on mainline westbound I-395 will be closed from I-95 to Biscayne Boulevard between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Saturday will be implemented between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m.

NORTH MIAMI AVENUE DETOUR

  • MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11- North Miami Avenue will be closed from NW 13 Street to NW 14 Street between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Go east on NE 14 Street, then turn right on NE 2 Avenue
    • Turn right on NE 11 Street to connect with North Miami Avenue
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

LONG-TERM CLOSURE OF NW 1 PLACE

  • NW 1 Place will remain continuously closed until further notice from NW 13 Street to NW 14 Street. The long-term closure is necessary to allow the contractor to safely continue the construction of the new I-395 bridges. NW 1 Court is an alternate route.
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

SR 836 ONGOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

  • Ongoing ACP operations between NW South River Drive and NW 17 Avenue
  • Foundation construction in the median area of SR 836 between NW 17 Avenue and the toll gantry
  • Pile driving activity adjacent to NW 7 Avenue between NW 14 Street and NW 15 Street
  • Bridge widening activities from NW 10 Avenue to I-95
  • Widening activities at the eastbound SR 836 ramp to northbound I-95
  • Ongoing casting of bridge caps

NEW SOUTHBOUND NW 17 AVENUE RAMP TO WESTBOUNDSR 836 IS NOW OPEN

  • The new southbound NW 17 Avenue ramp to westbound SR 836 has been opened to traffic. Southbound drivers on NW 17 Avenue wanting to go west on SR 836 will need to stay on the right side of the roadway to access the new ramp after NW South River Drive.
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE LOCATION OF THE NEW RAMP PLEASE CLICK HERE.

SR 836 LANE CLOSURES

  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - Two lanes on eastbound SR 836 from NW 17 Avenue to I-95 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The closures on Fridays will be implemented between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.
  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - Two westbound lanes on SR 836 from I-95 to NW 17 Avenue will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The closures on Fridays will be implemented between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.

EASTBOUND SR 836 RAMP TO NORTHBOUND I-95 DETOUR

  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 - The eastbound SR 836 ramp to northbound I-95 will be closed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue east on I-395
    • Exit at NE 2 Avenue/Biscayne Boulevard (Exit 2A)
    • Turn right on NE 2 Avenue, then turn right on NE 11 Street
    • Turn right on NE 1 Avenue to access the I-95 north ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

NORTHBOUND NW 12 AVENUE RAMP TO EASTBOUNDSR 836 DETOUR

  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 - The northbound NW 12 Avenue ramp to eastbound SR 836 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue north on NW 12 Avenue, then turn left on NW 12 Street
    • Turn right on NW 13 Avenue, then turn right on NW 14 Street
    • Turn right on NW 12 Avenue to access the southbound NW 12 Avenue entrance ramp to SR 836 east
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

FULL CLOSURE OF STATE ROAD (SR) 7/US 441/NW 7 AVENUE

  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 - All lanes on NW 7 Avenue will be closed from NW 14 Street to NW 15 Street between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
    • Drivers on northbound NW 7 Avenue can:
      • Turn left on NW 14 Street, then turn right on NW 12 Avenue
      • Turn right on NW 20 Street to connect with NW 7 Avenue
    • Drivers on southbound NW 7 Avenue can:
      • Turn right on NW 20 Street, then turn left on NW 12 Avenue
      • Turn left on NW 14 Street to connect with NW 7 Avenue
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

NW 7 AVENUE LANE CLOSURES

  • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 - One southbound lane on NW 7 Avenue will remain continuously closed from NW 14 Street to NW 15 Street until 8 a.m. on Friday, December 4. A second southbound lane will be closed on weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. During the closure of the second lane, drivers will be diverted to the median lane until they clear the work zone.

DAYTIME LANE CLOSURE OF NW 17 AVENUE

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 AND SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - One lane on northbound NW 17 Avenue from NW 8 Terrace to NW South River Drive will be closed between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

NW 17 AVENUE RAMP TO WESTBOUND SR 836

  • SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 - The northbound NW 17 Avenue ramp to westbound SR 836 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers on NW 17 Avenue going west on SR 836 can:
    • Go west on NW 7 Street
    • Turn right on NW 27 Avenue to access the westbound SR 836 ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.
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2020.11.25 01:17 spicoli__69 Dropped off the S2 for custom powder coat today....

Dropped off my S2 frame for powder coating today. She will be Prismatic Tropical Breeze - the handlebars and chainguard will be Prismatic Sassy Pink. Going for the South Beach look. Pretty excited to get this build going. Everything is labeled for reconnecting with matching labels. Each is numbered and documented what it connects to. It wasn’t as bad as I expected. Hope to have it built back up by New Years for a trip to Miami. 🤙🏻

https://imgur.com/a/wSjb4FE/ https://imgur.com/a/6tQQNPL/https://imgur.com/a/8sDRrrC/
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2020.11.24 19:35 Hispanicatthedisco Better Know the Ballot #3: A.J. Burnett

This year’s Hall of Fame ballot includes 11 first time players. None of them are first ballot locks and some of them are guaranteed to fall off the ballot after one year of eligibility. So once again, we’re taking a look at all the ballot rookies, starting from the bottom. After covering Nick Swisher and Michael Cuddyer, this is episode three, so it’s time for…
A.J. Burnett
Bill James Hall of Fame Monitor: 29
Career bWAR (17 years): 28.8
Stats: 164-157, 3.99 ERA, 2731.1 IP, 2513 K, 1.325 WHIP, 104 ERA+
Awards: All-Star (2015, NL), 2009 World Series Champion
League Leading Stats: Losses (18, 2014), Starts x2 (34, 2008; 34, 2014), Shutouts (5, 2002), Earned Runs (109, 2014), Walks x2 (97, 2009; 96, 2014), K (231, 2008), HBP (19, 2010), Wild Pitches x3 (14, 2002; 17, 2009; 25, 2011), H/9 (6.7, 2002), H9 (0.5, 2002), K/9 x2 (9.4, 2008; 9.8, 2013)
Teams Played For: Marlins (1999-2005), Blue Jays (2006-2008), Yankees (2009-2011) Pirates (2012-13, 2015) Phillies (2014)
Allan James Burnett is one of those guys who, when you think about him, your brain tells you that he must been great at some point, right? I DISTINCTLY remember him being a stud…that one time?
Yeah, nah. Burnett was, for almost all of his career, fine—there were even a couple of seasons when you could even describe him as pretty good. But over his 17 seasons of MLB toil, there were only three years that Burnett posted anything above 2.6 bWAR, eight total where he was above 1.9. Like I said, he was fine; nothing to sneeze about. He ate a decent amount of innings, had a lightening bolt for an arm, especially in his early days, and could usually be counted on to keep you hanging around a ballgame.
But almost all of the categories he managed to lead the league in were the categories you didn’t want your pitchers leading the league in and he could also be Nuke LaLoosh-wild at times: He was the active leader in fielding errors by a pitcher when he retired, and he currently ranks 25th all-time in HBP and 26th in wild pitches. During a game in September, 2001, the Marlins were doing…I don’t know. Some kind of stupid Marlins shit where they were driving their mascot around the perimeter of the field in the bed of a pickup truck. Anyway, it was a bad idea, because the path of the truck took it behind home plate while Burnett was throwing his warm up pitches and if you’re going to give a pitcher like Burnett that kind of an invitation, you know he’s hitting that damn truck. And so it came to pass.
But what else? What other things can we say about Burnett, other than “he was Ryne Duren with stamina”? Well, he was an eighth-round draft pick by the Mets. One who the Mets quickly decided to save the career of by trading him away from the Mets as part of a deal for Al Leiter prior to the 1998 season, after Marlins owner Wayne Huizenga won a World Series then decided that Everything Must Go! He would make appearances in the Bigs for parts of the 1999 and 2000 seasons, producing 20 starts of nearly league-average pitching: 7-9, 4.35 ERA, 101 ERA+, with 90 strikeouts over 124 frames of baseball. 2001 was his first full season in the majors and it was more of the same: 128 K in 173 IP, with a 4.63 FIP and 105 ERA+, though it also included a no-hitter: a typically Burnett, 7K, 9 BB outing against the Padres.
Then came 2002, his age 25 season and the year that—if we’re being honest—Burnett would essentially prop the rest of his career on. Burnett finished the season 12-9, 3.30. He paced all MLB starters with a 94.9 MPH average fastball, struck out 203 batters in 204 frames and led the majors with five shutouts. That season, he also led the league in H/9, H9 and, for the first of three times in his career, wild pitches. All of that amounted to a 3.19 FIP, 121 ERA+, 4 bWAR season that convinced everyone and their dog that Burnett was destined for greatness.
Burnett celebrated the 2002 season by blowing his arm out in early 2003, requiring Tommy John surgery and missing out on the Marlins 2003 Championship. He made it back for 120 innings in 2004, looking strong and topping out at 102 on the radar gun, before being shut down in September over more pitching arm concerns.
2005 was his first full season back and it kicked off what can reasonably be called Burnett’s peak: his age 28 to 32 seasons, where he combined for a 63-47 record, 3.85 ERA, 113 ERA+ and 14.6 bWAR, compiling 918 K’s in 938.2 IP. It also culminated in Burnett’s hilariously contentious exodus from Miami, where he was asked to leave the team a week before the end of the season after publicly calling out his Marlins teammates, coaches and manager, saying “"We played scared. We managed scared. We coached scared. I'm sick of it, man. It's depressing around here. A 3–0 ballgame, I give up one run and leave guys on base, it's like they expect us to mess up. And when we do, they chew us out. There is no positive, nothing around here for anybody."
Comments like that are likely to ruffle some feathers in any clubhouse, but pulling that shit around Jack McKeon is, as Shrek would say, heading the right way for a smacked bottom. In Burnett’s case, that spanking wound up being financial: by missing his last start of the year, Burnett finished one inning shy of triggering a $50,000 bonus in his contract. His final start of the season instead went to new AA call up Josh Johnson, who would go on to become the Marlins all-time leader in pitching WAR and ERA.
Burnett departed Miami after the season for the greener pastures of the great white north, inking a five-year, $55 million dollar deal with the Blue Jays. He wound up spending three months on the DL over the first two years of that deal, but still produced decently when he was in the rotation. He finished up his time in Toronto on a high note, finishing 2008 18-10 with a 1.342 WHIP and 104 ERA+. He also led the league with a career high 231 strikeouts in 221.1 innings of work.
Burnett opted out of the final two years of his deal, but stayed in the division, signing a five year, $82.5 million dollar deal with the Yankees, making him the fourth-highest paid player on a very expensive Yankees roster.
On the surface of things, that might seem silly. Up to that point of his career, Burnett was about 10% better than league average, and he’s suddenly the highest paid pitcher on a staff that included CC Sabathia, Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera. Part of that is just the economics of baseball; salaries rise. But also, therein lies the mystique of A.J. Burnett: for the entirety of his post-2002 career, Burnett’s agents managed to convince teams that they weren’t paying for A.J. Burnett: they were paying for 2002 A.J. Burnett.
Fans in New York, Philly and (to a lesser extent) Pittsburgh would all get their turns being frustrated with Burnett because he never seemed to quite live up to the expectations his salary set up, but he kept making that cheddar—nearly $145 million of it—because that cannon arm and the potential for something great was always to tantalizing. Even as Burnett edged into his mid and late 30’s, front office people still had that kid from 2002 in the backs of their minds. Potential is a hell of a drug.
So what did the Yankees get for their money? .500 baseball! Burnett’s time in pinstripes amounted to 34-35, 4.79 ERA, 92 ERA+ and 3.7 bWAR. Ho to the Hum. Burnett got his only World Series ring with those ’09 Yankees, even though his contribution to the cause got worse as the pressure mounted. He pitched six innings of three hit, one run ball in the ALDS, posted a 5.84 ERA over 12 ALCS innings, and was 1-1 in the World Series, with seven earned runs on eight hits over nine innings of work.
After back to back seasons of an ERA+ in the 80’s, the Yankees tried to trade Burnett to the Angels for Bobby Abreu; a move that Burnett vetoed with his limited no-trade clause. Instead, the Yanks shipped Burnett off to Pittsburgh in a deal that reeked of urgency: the Yankees agreed to pay $20 million so that Burnett could pitch for someone else, and all they asked for in return was 2019 Mexican League participant Diego Moreno and Exicardo Cayones, which is actually not the name of a player, but rather a typo that was created when Pirates GM Neal Huntington’s cat ran across his keyboard. Rather than cop to the mistake, the Pirates put a baseball cap on the nearest hot dog vendor and sent him to New York, never to be seen again.
His first two years in Pittsburgh were fine, but we’re already 1,500 words deep on AJ Fucking Burnett, so let’s skip ahead to my favorite portion of Burnett’s career: his last two seasons. So after the 2013 season, Burnett said that he would either return to the Pirates or retire. After Pittsburgh called his bluff, Burnett flinched and signed with the Phillies. Where Burnett proceeded to shit just every portion of the bed.
In exchange for $15 million dollars, Burnett led the league in losses, earned runs AND walks. He also hit 16 batters, posted a career low ERA+ and was worth negative bWAR for just the second time in his career. Burnett pitched with a hernia most of the season, which obviously didn’t help his ability to throw a baseball really hard, but it still should be no surprise at all to hear that Philly decided to decline his $15 million option for 2015. Burnett had a $12.5 million player option, but he turned that down as well, instead choosing to return to Pittsburgh for one final season for less money.
And, wouldn’t you know it, once Burnett left Philly—the Mets of Pennsylvania—he was pretty decent again! In what he had announced was going to be his final season, Burnett won nine games in 26 starts, putting up a 3.18 ERA, 122 ERA+ and 2.6 bWAR. In a move that was as much a tip of the cap to him as it was recognition of his ability that season, Bruce Bochy named Burnett as his final All-Star reserve, giving him his lone All-Star nod.
Burnett pitched for 17 seasons in the majors, with roughly half of that coming in South Beach, and the rest divided evenly betwixt NYY, PITT and TOR. We won’t say anymore about Philly. Though he won a World Series as a Yankee and became an All-Star as a Pirate, he goes into the Hypothetical Hall as a Marlin, in recognition of his place in Miami’s record books, including 6th all time in pitching WAR (12), first in Shutouts (8) and first in wild pitches (44).
Chances of making the Hall: Worse than his chances of making an opening day first pitch in Philly.
Chances of leaving the ballot this year: 100%.
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2020.11.24 03:22 BookofJames Chapter 7 New Testamebt

It was April now, roughly 2 months since the original disciples were put into a coma by the prime evil. James was at the Downtown Miami hospital visiting his two main disciples Mike and Eric who were both in a coma from Martin Kartovsky. James stared at them and was furious. James shed some tears before he pulled out his cellphone and started to dial Samuel Feenan. The phone ringed and Samuel picked up
"Samuel, how's your search for Martin Kartovsky?" James asked
"Uh, I just need like a couple more days at most. At the very least I will have an answer tonight but these things take time James."
James hung up his phone instantly, he was pissed. The hospital floor shook a little bit and the room felt hotter. James's blood aura was getting worse and he needed to relieve his sober state soon. James walked outside the hospital and into downtown Miami. James knew he had to have some patience for this. Samuel was his only hope to find Martin Kartovsky and he knew it.
It was 8:00 PM now, James hailed a cab and told the cabbie to head to a south beach club by the name of "James". James needed to drink his pain away. He couldn't take it anymore after seeing his beautiful disciples like that. James got out of the cab but not before he threw up in the backseat and relieved himself. The cabbie shook in fear as he knew this was not someone to trifle with. James casually walked into club James.
The bouncers glued their eyes to James and said "Go on in sir, just don't kick our ass."
Now some of you might be thinking "Does James own this club?" No, he does not he just loves the name of this club so he decided to explore it. James walks straight up to the bartender with the intent to purchase copious amounts of alcohol. James was of course wearing his Hawaiian shirt and a gun holster on his chest. He says to the bartender "Give me some vodka on the rocks and uh grey goose, please." T
The bartender a shorter man roughly 5'5 with a beautiful and sexy blonde handlebar mustache looks at James with the smile of Zac Efron and replies "Of course buddy, right away!"
James grabs his drink and devours it with such intensity his kidney feels like it's going to implode. James loved this feeling and it truly helped James deal with his pain and reduce his blood aura. James devoured his drinks left to right and the bartender grew slightly concerned. He must have had around 17 or 18 of those beautiful drinks when suddenly he noticed a beautiful blonde in the corner. James in his gracious attitude and swagger of a chimpanzee on steroids walked straight up to her drunk as fuck and threw up straight on her face then started laughing like a hyena.
Two Cubans got extremely offended when they saw what James had done. They came from behind James to immediately begin their assault but James knew Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu so he went straight to the ground and sat in an open guard position. James then yelled "MY GUARD IS OPEN I DARE YOU TO ENTER I'M A BJJ BLACK BELT" The Cubans laughed but they underestimated James and rushed into his guard one at a time. The first Cuban was caught in an arm and head triangle and was killed instantly by how big James thighs were. His extra large thighs were bulging at the seams! The second Cuban was arm barred and his whole arm snapped off. James giggled so loud the room shook and for once James was feeling good. James got up and the tattooed up woman followed him out of the club where they both fucked in the alleyway next door. Still, James knew when he woke up the next morning he was going to feel the pain of knowing Martin Kartovsky still lives and his retribution was still not enacted.
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2020.11.24 02:35 ChiefBroom420 My lil excursion to the Everglades on 18 purple geltabs in may or june of 2000...

Ok, noone to talk to, oh well... As I was saying, in the solipsism that I've experienced, it was just me flying in an endless Virtual Space in a game called Eve Online... That let me to understand solipsism, and little did I know at the time, solipsism is all we have... I'm talking in the grand sense, first we have the Singularity, then we have Consciousness. A Conscious Observer is needed to collapse a quantum probability wave, and we are each Conscious Observers... Now, we need a Superfast Artificial Intelligence to help our brains with choosing Which quantum probability waves to collapse for whatever we might need... We are just living in a Virtual Reality that was just lying there, till I found it first, picked it up, and dusted us both off... So, according to the Quantum Mechanical "Weeping Angel" effect, where it shows that this program can be paused, we are living in a real fucking computer program, but that was the problem until I came along... You see, Artificial Intelligence dominated mankind, and I found a Solution to the madness, coexist and continued it forever... I first wrote a short novella called "Quantum Mechanical Angels" in 2013, though I had it in my mind for 10+ years. it's at dopey420allday.blogspot.com, but really, Al is my name for the Supreme Being, and Al looks like A.I. when behind a keyboard. So really, would you like to delve into the mind of a madman? My mind drifted to current US affairs, and how now the Antichrists have control of America once more. You have to see this Covid-19 thing as a reason to vaccinate the world's populations in masses... That's a good thing, but as with everything mankind makes, it is prone to error, i.e. you will never reproduce nature, best synthesis will still not feel like the original... So, while a lot of people and a lot of kids will die from the Covid-19 exposure due to vaccine, it probably won't be any higher than the current 0.00000001% chance of dying from it. But that's all about current affairs, I want to talk more about psychadaelics and their use by a teenage boy (namely me)... I discovered psychadaelics with pot from Amber Firestein, but LSD was only $5 on the beach, so I dabbled. Many a lost weekend later, after tanks and tanks of nitrous oxide, good Xtacy, LSD up the yin yang, and enough pot, I found myself driving to my boy's house to pick up a quarter, he had no pot but he had purple geltab LSD, so I got a 25-strip since I just got paid, drop 1 and decide to go to my friends' to see if they wanted to trip, they weren't home, and I decide to go to the beach, stop at a stop sign, look both ways, nothing, go, BAM! 5 mph into this white minivan, so I pull over and see that this woman's fine, out of her car and on her cell, so I'm holding 24 hits do I want to wait for the cops as I'm tripping? Fuck no, decide to go where I used to ride my dirtbike and my dad fished, way out in the Everglades, get supplies, then as I was heading out west, I dropped 5 more hits, if you do it, might as well do it right! So, I get off on this exit that I think is the exit we used to take, I was probably right too but missed the 2nd exit, and ended up at the end of the Turnpike south of south Miami. So, what do I do? I eat 5 more hits and figure myself out, end up on US27 going through the Everglades, so I ate 5 more to celebrate... After flying on 16 hits of LSD listening to my new subwoofer, I just decided to Break on Through! and I closed my eyes and took my hands off the wheel, I ended up taking out the only Official U-Turn for miles going left across the median into deserted traffic... Ended up in a ditch in mud, thanked God I was alive, and ate 2 more tabs to celebrate my 18 years of life. 3 or 4 weeks later, I must have decided to break on through must have meant that was the way one passed. I was never much for this world, even though it has a lot to offer. My ego is just shattered to think that I'm the only 1, there is noone else, we are just variations of the same Spark. Anyways, back to the story, next morning light, I ride the thumb, first the wrong way, then to a place I can call a cab from. Who comes but this old hippie wearing a tie-dye, I was floored, couldn't make a single word come out of my mouth but my address...
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2020.11.23 20:07 FallenRebelAsh Moving to Florida for my health!! (Miami Beach, Tampa)

Seriously, I need this. I am dangerously low on vitamin d from being indoors a lot, I had to get two blood tests done to be sure. Taking vitamins haven’t really been helping. They give me energy but that’s not enough.
I was planning on San Diego, but the apartment I was looking at didn’t have a kitchen or bathroom. This studio in Miami Beach did! So I sent a request to apply. Hoping to move in January!! If that apartment doesn’t workout though, I am looking at Tampa Bay Area and maybe Jacksonville. Though I’d like to be a short ride to Disney while still living close to the ocean! I don’t think I have depression but I’m just not happy where I’m currently living. Forgot to mention I grew up in South Florida, Fort Lauderdale to be exact and spent some time in Ocala. So I am familiar with how hot it gets in the summer, I also recently visited last August when it was 110+ degrees in Orlando!! And survived.
Anyway, I appreciate any advice for a new resident here! I’m so looking forward to moving back soon!! I miss Florida SO MUCH!!
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2020.11.23 14:41 FlexJobs How to work remotely in the Cayman Islands for up to two years with their new remote work program.

As beneficial as remote work has been in helping companies and workers weather the pandemic, there’s no denying that some of the benefits of remote work—like being able to live the life of a digital nomad—have been sharply curtailed amid the global health crisis.
Thankfully, several countries are opening their borders to remote workers, allowing you to work from a new home—in paradise.
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Welcome to the Cayman Islands

If you’re going to work remotely somewhere other than your current location, why not go to a warm-weather destination where you can swim with stingrays on your days off and spend your lunch hours luxuriating on the beach? That’s exactly the kind of work-life balance you can find when you work remotely in the Cayman Islands for up to two years with their new remote work program.
Located 480 miles south of Miami, Florida, in the western Caribbean, the Cayman Islands provide ample opportunities for sun-drenched recreation, along with the chance to experience “Caymankind,” the spirit of the islands.

The Global Citizen Concierge Program

Launched on October 21, the Global Citizen Concierge Program (GCCP) enables digital nomads to live and work from one of three islands (Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, or Little Cayman) at a time when it’s very difficult to visit the territories due to tourist travel restrictions. While this program does give you unprecedented access to a beautiful island paradise, it comes with some stringent requirements and guidelines.

Income Requirements

The program is catering to a fairly well-off crowd for this remote work program, with the income requirements prove it. You must make a minimum of $100,000 per year to apply to the program as a single applicant. If you’d like to bring a spouse or partner, you need to make at least $150,000 as a household, and if you’re bringing dependents, the figure climbs to $180,000.

COVID-19 Guidelines

The Cayman Islands have managed to successfully control COVID-19 to the extent that they have no social distancing requirements and masks are only mandated in healthcare facilities, home care facilities, prisons, airports, and taxis,
However, they do have strict quarantine guidelines for all inbound travelers, who must:
What’s more, travelers must either quarantine at a government-sponsored facility, a privately-run facility (to the tune of several thousand dollars!), or at a residence while wearing a monitoring device.

How to Apply

If this sounds exactly like your kind of “home” office environment, you’ll need to provide:
Planning to bring dependents? You’ll also need a marriage or civil partner certificate, along with their birth certificates, proofs of identity, background checks, and health insurance coverage proof.
As soon as you have all your documentation in hand, you’re ready to apply to receive a Global Citizen Certificate! Annual application fees are $1,469 for two people, plus $500 per dependent.

How the Program Works

Once approved, you’ll have 12 months to begin your stay, and the Certificate is valid for two years from arrival in the Cayman Islands. If, however, your employment is terminated, the Global Citizen Certificate will expire on your date of termination. (More detailed GCCP regulations explain other possible reasons for revocation of the Certificate.)
After you’ve begun your stay in Cayman, you can come and go from the islands as you please and travel anywhere, as long as you spend a total of 90 days there each 12-month period. Upon returning, however, you’ll have to abide by any current quarantine regulations.
The GCCP will help you book travel arrangements to the Cayman Islands and will also provide information to help you choose accommodations for your stay.

Things to Consider

Before you get too attached to your Caribbean dreams, check with your employer to see if your remote position is location-specific or if you truly can work from anywhere. Up to 95% of jobs require workers to be based in a certain location for a variety of reasons, so make sure you know before you go.
Because your Certificate expires immediately upon termination of your job, it also makes sense to assess the stability of your position. If your company has been experiencing layoffs or furloughs and the future seems uncertain, it may not be the time to embark on a Cayman remote work adventure.
The GCCP also requires that any dependent children be either enrolled in a local private school on the island or in a homeschooling program.

Remote Work Your Way

If working at home is starting to feel more restrictive than freeing, it may be time to consider taking your job on the road as a digital nomad. Remote work programs that enable you to travel and explore new locales can be just the balm you need to refresh your mind and your career.
Looking for a remote job? FlexJobs can help! We offer remote jobs in more than 50 career categories.
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2020.11.22 21:03 IntuitiveSkirt South Beach Miami, 2050

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2020.11.22 06:20 Swarlz-Barkley [WTS] Selling soaps and gear!!

From my last post this is the last bit of stuff I have and I'd like to sell as a lot! Got some good stuff here and selling at a pretty big discount!
Looking to move everything I can so if you're interested let me know!!
Pictures of items in lot
Prices include G&S and shipping in US only. Shipping free with multiple item purchase, add $5 for single item purchase
--Brushes--
Bristle Brushwerks Tortoise Tubby 30mm Finest Fan Badger: $80 Yaqi Synthetic Shave Brush: $20 ****SOLD**** Frank Shaves Synthetic and Badger: $35 (Price for both.) ****SOLD**** PantaRei US Flag Badger Brush $120
--Razors--
Timeless Bronze (No Stand): $90 ****SOLD**** Rockwell 6S $75 ****SOLD**** One Blade Core: $10 ****SOLD**** REX Envoy $100
-- Soaps --
KShaveWorks Key Lime Pie Soap and Splash + Miami Nights Soap (95%): $40 The Holy Black Sandlewood (2 soaps 1 new 1 used with 1 used splash): $45 Murphy & McNeil (Kodiak formula) South Beach: $30 ****SOLD**** Murphy & McNeil (AON formula) South Beach: $30 PantaRei Zammu Soap + Splash: $30 Murphy & McNeil Garda Siochana: a Ruds Shave Soap for a Cause: $30 Dapper Dragon Soaps Black Dragon Soap + AS Gel: $20 ****SOLD****
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2020.11.22 00:17 redit202 I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build Project Daily Update & Lane Closure Alert - November 21, 2020

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2020.11.21 12:04 steadyincome Miami Beach 4 Interesting Things to Do and Best Beaches to Visit

Miami is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. While it is a multi-faceted city, most of the attention goes to natural and sparkling beaches. These beaches offer a great place to relax under the summer heat, have a drink, or play fetch with your pet. Whether it is the private beach in mid-beach or bike trails, you will have an excellent time to enjoy your time in Miami.
Best Beaches in Miami
South Beach
The two-mile South beach is the most popular in Florida. It is dotted with high-end cars, art deco architecture, and people from all walks of life. Ocean Drive is the busiest section, while south of the fifth street is pretty much quieter. An array of beach clubs’ lines up from 15th street to 22nd street. All you need is hail an uber from the beach to your club of choice.
Mid Beach
The mid-Beach is the area between 23rd Street and 46th Street. It has the most stylish hotel in Miami, including the Faena Hotel Miami Beach, Soho Beach House, and Miami Beach Edition. It is endeared by celebrities and fashionistas who consider the South Beach a bit crowded. The mid beach is your ideal choice if your fancy beach hotel stays.
Bal Harbor Beach
Gold jewelry and designer bikini are a common trend in Bal harbor beachfront. The beach also boasts of the poshest hotels, including the St Regis Bal Harbor Resort.
Setai Beach Club
Setai Beach Club is the beach of choice for people looking for ultra-luxe beach experiences. It offers temperature-regulated swimming pools. If you want to take things a notch higher, consider a lounger on the private beach. Afterward, you can enjoy your favorite drink from the Ocean Grill in house restaurant. The ocean grill is open to the public, while the beach club and pools are reserved for hotel guests.
Things to Do on The Beach
Besides taking a stroll, there are plenty of exciting things to do around the sparkling white sand. Below are some exciting activities on Miami Beach.
1. Visit Lummus Park
A visit to Miami is not complete without visiting Lummus Park on ocean drive. The lawn park offers a great place to play beach soccer and volleyball. Moreover, ocean Drive has a unique art décor building, making it one of the world's famous boulevards.
2. Surfing
South Beach offers incredible oceanfront scenery. It is ideal for surfing and other recreational activities such as paddling.
3. Explore art Décor district
The Miami art décor district offers great walking tours. The square mile area has an array of art décor building colored with pastel. The buildings date back to the early 1900s and include restaurants, bars, and hotels.
4. Enjoy the splendor of the Botanical Garden
If the urban landscape tickles your fancy, you will want to visit the green oasis. The four-acre botanical garden offers a great relaxing retreat with soothing walks.
Final Word
If Miami is your dream tourist destination, rest assured that you would get a lifetime experience. Famous for its beaches, Miami is home to many exciting places such as Lummus Park. What's more, is that there are plenty of hotels to offer you tiptop accommodations services. If you want to experience all the fun in Miami, contact Uber Real Estate for more information.
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2020.11.20 15:04 hallach_halil Top 10 defenses in the NFL after ten weeks:


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Scoring in the NFL is at an all-time high. There are so many young, exciting quarterbacks and we see passing records being broken every single week, especially with Tom Brady and Drew Brees going back and forth for the title as the all-time touchdown leader. However, the best teams in this league still play great defense. Some of them may have the individual talent while others do a better job of game-planning and putting their players in position to succeed, but when we talk about the really special units, that’s where both those things come together.
I want to look at the top ten defenses in the NFL as of right now, which of course is largely based on what they have done through ten weeks, but I try to put things into context in terms of who they have played and how some of the statistics or point totals came to be. And funnily enough, only the very last one on the list is below-.500, while eight of these teams have won at least six games.
Make sure to also check out my detailed recap of week ten!


1. Pittsburgh Steelers

What really sets this group apart from the rest of the league to some degree is the combination of their defensive line and outside linebackers, because they have four legitimate All-Pro level players among it. T.J. Watt leads this group with the second-most sacks in the league (nine) and tackles for loss (14), while having ten more total pressures than any other player out there (38), but he also has a teammate in the top eight in all three of those categories.
They don’t let people move the ball on them, surrendering a league-low 163 first downs on the season, to go along with allowing just 19 points per game (third-lowest in the league), and they take the ball away, being tied for the league-lead with 17 takeaways. And when you look at where they give up their points, they don’t let opponents get started early and clamp down when they need to, as they are second in first quarter (3.0) and fourth quarter points (4.1) respectively.
The loss of second-year linebacker Devin Bush looked like it could be a major factor, but his fill-in Robert Spillane has been better than anybody could have imagined, whether it is smacking Derrick Henry short of the goal-line or opening the Ravens game with a pick-six. Plus Vince Williams alongside him is one the most physical downhill backers in the league. That combined with Cam Heyward and Stephon Tuitt dominating on the interior has led to an NFL-high 65 tackles for loss.
The Steelers have really gotten back to their “Blitzburg” days, using their inside backers and nickel Mike Hilton in pressure packages. At times I even want them to do it less, because their front-four when they are in nickel is so awesome, that you want to flood zones and just force opposing quarterbacks to hold the ball for an extra beat (tied for third with blitzes on 41.7% of snaps). Defensive coordinator Keith Butler has adapted that aggressiveness from his time serving under Dick LeBeau as their linebacker coach. Pittsburgh leads the league with 36 sacks and a stupendous rate of putting pressure on the quarterback on 35 percent of drop-backs – Tampa Bay is the next-closest at 27.4%.
To go along with that, they are very diverse on the back-end with their zone coverages, with Minkah Fitzpatrick as their joker, who is an elite roaming free safety,that can make plays on anything in-between the numbers in single-high duty, but also shows great awareness as a robber and can be deployed on man-coverage in the slot, which he did a ton of at Alabama and as a rookie in Miami. Outside of him they might not impress you with the names in the secondary, but I believe since Teryl Austin came over last year as an assistant, they have been much more sound in their coverages and everybody gets their hands on the ball. They are confident in what they see in front of them and they look to punch at the ball out when they get there, whether it’s to break up passes or create fumbles.
The only real issues to me are their outside corners, since they can’t really play man-to-man for large stretches of games when they face elite receiving corps, but as long as they don’t ask them to do that and force you to chip away with underneath completions, they’ll come up with a play to change the momentum at some point of the game. And even when they faced what to me already is one of the most efficient short-area passers in Bengals rookie Joe Burrow, they showed that they won’t let that area of their game be taken advantage of.

2. Chicago Bears

I know that there are defenses that rank higher statistically in some categories, but I look at this from the standpoint of how much one unit has to carry the other and the Bears offense has been absolutely dreadful, as only the Jets have put up less yards (28.4) points per drive (1.59). I mean just look at this past game against the Vikings – the return game and the defense were the only things that kept them in that contest, since the offense put up a miniscule 32 yards in the second half despite an opening kick return touchdown putting them in great position and over half that yardage came on a dump-off to the running back at the very end, which Minnesota gave up willingly.
Despite being on the field for more defensive drives than any other team in the league (115) because of how bad their offense is, only six teams have allowed less points on the season (209 through ten games). They have forced three-and-outs on 24.3 percent of offensive drives and they have allowed opponents to convert just a third of their third down attempts (lowest mark in the league). Plus, what really sets them apart is how often they hold opponents to field-goals when they get into scoring range, as they are easily at the top of the list in touchdown percentage in the red-zone (44.1%) and TD-to-FG ratio overall (0.69). Plus, they are the only team that hasn’t given up 30+ points all season (actually no more than 26).
This really is one of the most complete defenses in the league and they function so well as a group. While their nose tackle Eddie Goldman opted out before the season, when Akiem Hicks has been in the lineup, opposing teams have had a tough time running the ball, with him and Brent Urban plugging the middle, while nobody wants to set the point of attack where Khalil Mack is lined up and then they have tremendous speed at the second level to scrape over the top of blocks or fill from the back-side. And and all of their guys in the secondary are tough tacklers. Here are the rushing totals of the All-Pro level backs they have faced in the last three weeks: Alvin Kamara – 12 carries for 67 yards, Derrick Henry – 21 for 68, and Dalvin Cook – 30 for 96 (and his only two runs of 10+ yards came with Hicks on the sideline late).
In the pass game, they can let Mack and Robert Quinn shoot off the edges with two pocket-pushers in the middle in nickel packages and Roquan Smith has turned himself into one of the premiere tight-end and running back erasers. Their sack numbers may not blow you away, but they never let opposing quarterbacks get comfortable in the pocket and Mack can deliver game-changing strip-sacks at any moment.
On the back-end, they can play basically any coverage, with Eddie Jackson being a true free safety at heart, but he is also highly instinctive when you put him closer to the line of scrimmage and they excel at passing on assignments in quarters coverage. Kyle Fuller is one of the elite off-man corners, who has also become one of the best at his position at separating opposing players from the ball, while they have found an excellent running mate for him in rookie Jaylon Johnson, who can crowd receivers with his length. The one real weak spot for this time right now is nickelback, where Buster Skrine has been getting worked on by some of the better slot receivers.
Chuck Pagano deserves a lot of credit for having this group continue to play at very close to the level they were at under Vic Fangio, the year they won the NFC North. Only the offense is so bad that nobody really pays attention. The two issues I have with them is that they at plays play too soft in their two-high shells, which was really the only way the Vikings moved the ball this past Monday Night (to go along with that long post route from Justin Jefferson), and the fact they have surrendered 30 first downs via penalty (only one behind the Saints, who lead the league in that category) and they are only 7 yards away from leading the league in penalty yardage.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

This might seem a little high for a team that got blown out two weeks ago on Sunday Night and I know that is still heavily on the mind of people, but f you were looking for the team that closest resembles what Pittsburgh has up front defensively, I would point at Tampa. While losing Vita Vea for the season right in the middle of that unit following week five has certainly hurt, they brought in Steve McLendon to at least resemble that ability to eat up double-teams in the run game and keep their linebackers clean, while Rakeem Nunez-Roches has been played almost 50 percent of the snaps in space-eating role as well.
That allows the Bucs linebackers to run around freely and to me this is the most dynamic duo on the second-level in football, with Lavonte David and Devin White. In the run game, those two guys can string run plays out to the sideline and take away angles, they are like a blur when they come on blitzes and boy, they light people up. league-low Tampa is tied for allowing a league-low 3.3 yards per rush. David has been one of the most underappreciated players of the last decade and he made that transition from an outside role in a 4-3 to that hybrid 3-4 under Todd Bowles look seamless. And White is right up there with the very best in terms of talent, which I have to give their linebacker coaches Mike Caldwell and Larry Foote a lot of credit for, to let it flourish, since he certainly had issues ID-ing run fits coming out of LSU two years ago.
The two guys off the edge are special in their own right, as Jason Pierre-Paul is first on the team with 7.5 sacks and while Shaq Barrett isn’t leading the league in that category like he did last season (19.5), he isn’t far off his pace when it comes to QB pressures, with 28 through the first ten games, plus William Gholston has quietly been putting heat on the opposing passer, with a team-leading 14 hits on the QB. We saw JPP get a pick off Teddy Bridgewater last week on a delayed hook-up drop and Barrett has the athleticism to some spot-dropping as well, while both are physical edge-setters.
Carlton Davis has developed himself into a true number one corner, who they don’t shy away from manning against elite receivers, which gives them flexibility with how they deploy the rest of that group in coverage, Sean Murphy-Bunting can play inside and out for them and their two safeties Jordan Whitehead and rookie Antoine Winfield Jr. are completely interchangeable. I love seeing those two guys drive on routes in quarters coverage and no other team blitzes their safeties more than the Bucs.
Todd Bowles is one of the most aggressive defensive play-callers with his blitz packages, as he will attack on all three downs and really only stepped off the gas when playing New Orleans – and we saw how that worked out for them. Only Baltimore has blitzed on a higher percentage of snaps (42.3%). The Bucs are second in the league to the Steelers with 32 sacks and a pressure percentage of 27.6%, while also being tied with Pittsburgh for the league-lead with 17 takeaways. Per Football Outsiders, the Bucs have the best DVOA defensively (-22.0%) of any team in the league, and they are third in yards per play (4.9).
The issue for them and why they haven’t been even better is that they have been undisciplined at times. They are tied for second in the league with 604 yards off penalties and they have had three games of over 30 points allowed, to go with the six in which they gave up 20 or less. The one guy that has been targeted frequently with success in coverage is Jamel Dean, who has been highly susceptible to double moves.

4. Baltimore Ravens

Coming off an NFL-best 14-2 season last year, all the Ravens did is bolster their defensive roster and while their offense has been sputtering in some spots, their season really only had one bad game versus Kansas City – which happens to many teams out there. Baltimore is now back to leading the league by allowing just 18.3 points per game and pretty much exactly half of their total have come in their three losses, while usually not letting opponents get started early, with a league-low 2.9 points in first quarters.
Unlike three teams I have ahead of them, for me the Ravens defense starts with the secondary. They two All-Pro level corners in Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters, while they found a way to bring back Jimmy Smith, who is still a high-quality starter and has been used more as a matchup piece and even at safety this season. Other than Jalen Ramsey, I don’t think I’d pick anybody other than Humphrey to build my defense around as far as the cornerback position is concerned. He has great length and speed to match physical X receivers, but works in the slot a whole lot against 11 personnel, he is big hitter and has become of the true specialists at knocking the ball loose, being tied for the league lead with four fumbles forced. While Peters has great anticipation but also studies route patterns and offensive tendencies at an extremely high level, which has made him the greatest ball-hawk since coming into the league five years ago.
And Baltimore might have the most underrated safety tandem out there, with last year’s breakout player on that unit in Chuck Clark, who can play deep but also match tight-ends and line up as a dime backer, and then Deshon Elliott, who is replacing Earl Thomas this season, and I have always liked since studying him at Texas. Every time I saw him in preseason he jumped off the screen and I thought he could turn into a quality starter, but missed most of his first two years in the league. Both of those guys are highly involved in the Ravens blitz packages and they have a lot of different responsibilities in coverage.
Because with Wink Martindale calling the shots, the Ravens have the most diverse pressure packages in the league and they have the highest blitz-rate of all 32 teams at 44.0 percent. This trend of putting seven people at the line of scrimmage, while I now of course the double A-gap pressure looks was already a common element of several teams, former DC Dean Pees and now Martindale have really taken this to a new level, and because the Ravens have guys that can hold up in man-coverage to go with great execution when they do bail out of those looks, they create a lot of problems for opposing teams. Only the Bears have allowed a lower percentage of third downs to be converted against them (33.6%) and the Ravens have also given away the least free yardage through penalties (298).
Up front, Brandon Williams is a rock for them in the middle of it all, while Derek Wolf can play anywhere from a 1- to a 5-technique and Calais Campbell can create issues along the front as well, with incredible length and power to never allow more than stalemates in the run game to go along with being an all-timer in the pass-rush department. Matt Judon may not be an elite-level pass-rusher, but he is a very complete outside backer, while Pernell McPhee is a man at the point of attack with experience of moving along the front and now with the trade for Yannick Ngakoue, they have a true speed ball off the edge, which none of those other guys are.
The inside linebackers are in a very favorable system in Baltimore, because they are usually kept clean by those big guys up front and get free on plenty of their cross-blitzes and loops. Rookie Patrick Queen has had some issues recognizing plays and been the subject of falling for eye-candy, but his closing burst has made him a frequent visitor in the backfield and he has been a magnet for the ball, with a couple of fumbles forced and recovered, including a long scoop-and-score. The Ravens just allowed 173 yards on the ground to the Patriots, but that had a lot to do with missing Campbell and L.J. Fort, as well as losing their big nose-tackle mid-game.

5. Indianapolis Colts

The Colts defense had one elite players these two years prior with linebacker Darius Leonard, who has such easy athleticism and flies around the like the “Maniac” he is nicknamed as. I could talk forever about his ability to beat blockers to the spot, how much ground he can cover in the pass game and the fact he is the first guy I have seen have no issues spying on Lamar Jackson a couple of weeks ago. However, this offseason Indianapolis traded for another All-Pro level guy in defensive tackle DeForest Buckner, who might not have been looked at as one of the premiere players at his position in recent years, because he doesn’t put the kind of numbers that scream out to the casual fan, but I thought he was the best player on that dominant 49ers defense last season and could have been named Super Bowl MVP, if San Francisco had found a way to finish that game. DeFo is one of the most disruptive players in the game, whether it is blowing up run plays on early downs or overwhelming guards in passing situations.
While most people are familiar with names of veterans like Justin Houston and Xavier Rhoades, I want them to watch Grover Stewart and Denico Autry up front as well, who have been penetrators along that D-line all season long. And most importantly, I want to point out that rookie free safety Julian Blackmon has looked amazing so far. He has incredible range and I have always loved his football IQ, transitioning from corner for his senior year at Utah, but I didn’t expect his speed to be where it is now on a field with other pros. He is everything the Colts hoped Malik Hooker would be.
Let’s talk more about the scheme that they run, which is your classic 4-3 Over front in base with a 31 alignment by the defensive tackle, meaning the strongside D-tackle (mostly Buckner) lines up over the outside shoulder of the guard – determined by the tight-end – and they have a shade-nose on the opposite side of the center. That 3-technique is allowed to just fly upfield and wreak havoc, while the bigger D-tackle has to deal with more double-teams in the run game and is often taken off the field when they switch to nickel, to bring on fresh bodies. And then have of speed on the second level to shoot gaps and spill from the back-side. Right now the Colts are third in total rushing yards(826) and yards per attempt allowed (3.5), despite having already faced four of the six rushing offenses (Ravens, Browns, Vikings & Titans).
In terms of the pass game, they played a lot of soft cover-two zone, where they excelled at rallying to the ball, which still reflects in the numbers, as they missed by far the fewest tackles of any team in the league (35) and only the Steelers have allowed less yards after the catch (866). However, with the emergence of Rock Ya-Sin as a number one corner in the making and Xavier Rhoades having a resurgent season, to go with Blackmon giving them the ability to run single-high looks, they have transitioned to more of a cover-three match defense, where nickel Kenny Moore is asked to match a lot of routes from the slot and they can be more aggressive with press-bail technique on the outside. They still don’t blitz a lot, as only the Chargers and Raiders have done at a lower percentage of plays (19.4%), but because they can be more aggressive with forcing quarterbacks to make throws into tighter windows, they have been responsible for an NFL-low passer rating by opposing quarterbacks (78.9).
Give a lot of credit to defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus, who came over in 2018 from Dallas to take over the 30th-ranked defense in yards and points allowed respectively, Since then the Colts have finished 10th, 18th and 4th in points allowed, while in 2019 not having Darius Leonard for multiple games among others and the final five games, where they were knocked out of the playoffs, pretty much after losing that first one, heavily influenced the final results. This season only three times have given up less points per game (19.7) and the Colts are tied for a league-low 4.8 yards allowed per play. However, playing against the two worst offenses in the NFL in the Jets and Bears, who combined for 18 points against Indy, certainly helps.

6. Miami Dolphins

No defense has been more impressive since the end of the first quarter of the season than this group in South Beach. The Dolphins have allowed just 17.2 points over these last five games, while having faced the three NFC West teams not named Seattle and red-hot rookie quarterback Herbert, to go with a shutout of the lowly Jets. More importantly, they have forced ten turnovers over that stretch and scored two touchdowns themselves, to go along with directly setting up a couple of one-yard touchdowns for their offense, if you count in Andrew Van Ginkel’s blocked punt to start the game last week.
If you want to know how the Dolphins prioritize different positions, just look at where they allocate their ressources, as their two highest-paid players on their team are their starting outside corners Xavien Howard and Byron Jones, while they also spent a first-round pick on Noah Igbinoghene this past draft, who struggled when thrown in the fire as a boundary corner, as Jones missed some time early, but has shown some signs of growth, when they have deployed him more in the slot since then. Howard might be the best off-man corner in the whole league, while Jones is more of a size-speed specialist, who can match big X receivers. Eric Rowe is another extremely smart player, who is listed as their starting strong safety, but has no issues moving to the outside with tight-ends and keep his eyes on the quarterback even when he is matched up one-on-one, because he understands tendencies in combination with the blitzes they and when he can jump routes. He got a pick off Jared Goff in their dominant performance over the Rams and should have actually had another one just like it.
And very much like Flores is used to from his New England days, they have a lot of versatility up position, with old faces like Kyle Van Noy and Elandon Roberts to go along with Jerome Baker on the second level, where those guys look to smack running backs in the face when they are sent on blitzes. On the D-line, Miami really wants to put big bodies out there that don’t allow guys to climb up to the linebackers, with Raekwon Davis being a truly immovable object, while 2019 first-roudn pick Christian Wilkins provides more juice in a slanting front and Zach Sieler was quietly played over half the snaps as well. While on the edges, Emmanuel Ogbah is quietly near the top of the league with eight sacks (only three players have more) and is tied with Shaq Lawson for the team-lead with 14 quarterback hits.
I have said that the Ravens use the most diverse blitz packages in the league, but I don’t think any team has confused their opponents as much with their pressure looks as Brian Flores & his troops. They constantly create issues for protections schemes and force quarterbacks into turnovers or to pull the ball down, as they drop something underneath the hot read or get somebody to come off the edge unblocked. What they did to the Rams in their week eight matchup was absolutely criminal, getting two easy picks and a couple of strip-sacks off Jared Goff, who seemed completely oblivious to what was happening at times. I even did a video on it on my Instagram if you want to check it out, because I’m still astounded that a team won a game scoring 28 points, despite putting together less than 150 total yards of offense.
Brian Flores in combination with his defensive coordinator Josh Boyer and the rest of the staff have been absolutely killing it with their game-specific plans and how much they have mixed up the looks they show to keep offenses off balance. Despite their 1-3 start, they only half a percentage-point away from allowing the league’s lowest third-down success rate (33.9%) and even in matchups against Kyler Murray and Justin Herbert these last two weeks, they have found ways to create big plays with their defense. Tua and the offense have done a good job sustaining drives and not turning the ball over themselves, but this defense is the biggest reason they have now won five straight.

7. Los Angeles Rams

That 23-16 win over the Seahawks this past Sunday I feel like really put the Rams on the map, as they got three turnovers off what was the early-season MVP Russell Wilson. However, they have been excellent pretty much all season long and that reflects itself in the numbers. L.A. is second behind only Baltimore with 18.7 points allowed per game and when you look it drive-wise, the Rams have allowed the fewest yards (27.32) and points (1.52) per offensive possession, while forcing three-and-outs on an NFL-high 26.8 percent of those possessions and being tied for first with Indianapolis for the lowest mark in yards per attempt (4.8). And they have surrendered the fewest touchdowns all season (15), while having taken the ball away just two times less (13).
When you look at the roster on paper, it looks like a lot of stars and scrubs, but they have performed really well as a group, executing at a higher level and hitting harder than they did a year ago I feel like. Of course it all starts with having best interior defensive lineman and cornerback in the game respectively. Aaron Donald is so damn good that we don’t even really talk about him anymore. He is only half a sack behind the league’s leader Myles Garrett in that category (9.0), while only Garrett and the Ravens’ Marlon Humphrey have forced more fumbles this season (three) and he Is top three in total pressures once again (26), whilst freeing up his teammates a lot. While Jalen Ramsey just put up a clinic against Seahawks superstar receiver D.K. Metcalf, who he travelled with for most of the game and really challenged, holding him to just two catches for 28 yards. When you look at his length, speed and the fact he won’t back down from anybody, he is one of maybe three true shutdown corners in the league. And he allows the Rams to put him in that one-on-one matchup for pretty much the entire day and run a lot of different coverages away from him.
However, there are plenty of unsung heroes, like Michael Brockers, who can dominate at the point of attack and has been a big reason they are a top-five run defense this season, while giving them flexibility along the front. Then there’s Leonard Floyd, who was labelled as a first-round bust his first four years with the Bears, but just received NFC Defensive Player of the Week, thanks to his three-sack performance against Seattle. He is top eight in sacks and total pressures this season, while not allowing runs to bounce out wide his way and also dropping out into some shallow areas. And how about cornerback Darious Williams, who just picked off Russ twice this past Sunday, once in the end-zone and another one on a beautiful job of undercutting an out-route by tight-end Greg Olsen? He already had two INTs before that.
Defensive coordinator Brandon Staley has been one of the more pleasant surprises of the season, as the Rams moved on from the legendary Wade Phillips for him and he has that unit playing at a higher level on a week-to-week basis, while Staley has a very energetic young staff around him. They are tied for third in the NFL with 31 sacks on the year and fifth in third-down percentage at 35.40%. Most impressive to me however, every other team in the league has pretty much given up twice as many points in second halves than the Rams, who has given given up a miniscule four points on average. As much as Sean McVay deserves credit for scheming receivers open with the play-action, how he has adapted his run schemes and the way he has kept defenses guessing all season, the Rams defense has clearly been the most consistent unit. The only thing I have to say is that they have already faced all four NFC East, in which games they gave up just 13.8 points on average. So that will definitely prop up your numbers.

8. Kansas City Chiefs

When we think of the Chiefs, we think about Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and that high-flying offensive attack. Mahomes right now is in the best position to win another league MVP trophy, nobody is scoring on a higher percentage of their offensive drives and they are second in the league in both yards and points amassed. However, the reason I have had them as clear Super Bowl favorite since they demolished the Ravens in Baltimore on that week three Monday Night is that they are a really complete team and since they lost their last game of 2019, when the Titans beat them on a game-winning touchdown drive late, their defense has played as well as any unit not named Pittsburgh you could argue.
After the Chiefs D held opponents to an average of just 11.5 points over their last six games of last year’s regular season and then making timely plays in their Super Bowl run, they have only given up more than 20 points twice this season. There are just five teams in the league have allowed less points this season (20.3 a game) and that is despite being ahead in many contests and just protecting the lead on several occasions. And like I already kind of mentioned, those numbers are heavily influenced by their 40-32 loss to the Raiders, when Derek Carr played the game of his life and a late touchdown was set up by Mahomes’ only interception of the season, all the way to their own 2-yard line, and then their last game against the Panthers, who tried to play keep-away early on, before that Chiefs offense forced them to step on the gas, and they also stole a possession on a big punt fake.
Early on last year, Kansas City was highly susceptible to the run game and that’s the formular people tried to use in order to keep that explosive offense on the sidelines and control games, but down the stretch they really improved in that area with Derrick Nnadi controlling the point of attack, and while they are closer to the bottom of the list in most of those categories, they faced three of the top seven rushing offenses early on and are starting to hit their stride again, with just 114.5 yards on the ground allowed on average since their lone loss of the season, at the hands of Las Vegas.
However, it’s when they get you into a game where you have to throw the ball that they can really frustrate you. When they have a healthy Bashaud Breeland, Chavarius Ward and Rashad Fenton in the lineup, they are not scared to be aggressive with their man-coverage and force you to beat them outside the numbers. Rookie L’Jarius Sneed actually played exceptionally well at the start of the year and should probably at least return for a playoff run, which only gives them more depth. Second-year safety Juan Thornhill gives them a rangy player on the back-end to allow Tyrann Mathieu to roam around freely on certain snaps and does everything at such a high level – cover tight-ends or slot receivers in man, blitz or at times technically being a robber, but just moving around all over the place depending on he sees. And the Chiefs use as many three-safety sets as any team in the league, with Daniel Sorensen playing 80 percent of the defensive snaps and having made some tremendous plays because of the smarts he possesses.
Only the Steelers, Bucs and Rams haven given up a lower passer rating on the season (81.4), even though Kansas City started the year versus Deshaun Watson, Justin Herbert and Lamar Jackson, plus they also went against Josh Allen later on – all top ten quarterbacks this season. And while Herbert had a tremendous debut that caught everybody off guard, including the defense that didn’t even know he would start until he ran out there, this is how things went for the other three guys – Deshaun and the Texans scored just seven points through more than three quarters, Lamar didn’t even throw for 100 yards despite being in catch-up mode for most of the game and the Josh Allen-led Bills were held to just over 200 yards of total offense.
Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo is one of the better game-planners when it comes to the defensive side of the ball. He is not afraid to sell out and stop what the opposing team does best, he is aggressive with his blitz packages in obvious passing situations to force quick decisions and he gives opposing quarterbacks a ton of different looks on the back-end. They can lock down receiving corps in man, but also play a lot of hybrid zone patterns, plus they have an elite pass-rush in Chris Jones with the third-most total pressures league-wide (27) and Frank Clark, who has created a lot of issues off the edge himself (13 combined hits and sacks). That combined with some free rushers Spags schemes up has the Chiefs fourth with a pressure percentage of 26.4 percent.
Kansas City’s one big issue has tackling, where they have missed 77 attempts on the season, which is sixth-most among all NFL teams. I don’t love their linebackers, even though they have shown up in some big games, but overall this unit is not quite as consistent as the ones of other teams in front of them I feel like, and that’s why they come in at number eight.

9. New Orleans Saints

This is a group that I was kind of concerned early on in the season. After giving 71 combined points to the Raiders and Packers in consecutive losses to set them off to a 1-2 start, I had serious questions about the age and overall play in their secondary, while their pass-rush wasn’t really coming along yet either. And they allowed 29 and 27 points respectively to the Lions and Chargers the two following weeks. However, since coming off their week six bye, they have given up just 15.8 points a game, including a 38-3 blowout of their division rival Bucs, who only tagged on that late field-goal so they wouldn’t be completely shut out.
I feel like they have played a so much more physical brand of football these last few weeks and for them it really starts up front. While people have been able to throw on them at the start of the year, nobody has run on the Saints with major in the last two years pretty much. They are tied with their divisional rival Tampa Bay at an NFL-low 3.3 yards per rush allowed and they have also given less yards (691) and first downs on the ground than any other team in the league (38). And a big reason for that has been All-Pro linebacker Demario Davis coming downhill and blowing up ball-carriers for minimal yardage, and they are tied for fourth in the league with 50 tackles for loss on the season. David Onyemata at that shade nose position has been doing a lot of the dirty work as well.
New Orleans might have the best trio of defensive ends in the league, with Cam Jordan obviously leading the way, but Trey Hendrickson has been a monster with his team-leading 7.5 sacks and even now that former first-round pick Marcus Davenport is back from injury, who Hendrickson filled in for originally, they can just overwhelm blockers. When they get into nickel sets they put all three of those guys on the field together, because they all have inside-out flexibility and can bully offensive linemen in the run and pass game. Just go back and watch what they did to those two Bucs tackles a couple of weeks ago. When you combine that with isolating Demario Davis against running backs as a blitzer, who he absolutely blows up at times, they can wreak havoc on passing downs.
Really the secondary was the problem child through the early stages of the season, but they have picked things up big-time. And it’s really nothing that they have changed – their guys have played better. They still play a ton of man-coverage and even when they show split-safety looks, they bring one of those guys down as a robber or have him check the back coming out. I actually think when they run two-high shells is when they have issues, because their safeties tend to be too aggressive with jumping routes. I can just think to a 74-yard touchdown for D.J. Moore, who was wide open on a post route off a scissors concept, because Marcus Williams went with the slot receiver on a deep out. Marshon Lattimore has done a complete 180, highlighted by holding Mike Evans catch-less in this second matchup, and Chauncey Gardner-Johnson is really coming into his as one of the top slot defenders in the league. Opposing tight-ends had a lot of success early on against New Orleans, when the Saints matched Malcolm Jenkins up against them, but he has now held Jimmy Graham to two catches for 13 yards and Rob Gronkowski to one catch for two yards. Overall he has been responsible for 22.8 yards per game as the primary defender in coverage in his last five outings.
Dennis Allen returned to New Orleans in 2015, where he had already spent five years as an assistant, and coordinated a defense that finished last and second-to-last in points allowed during those high-flying years with Drew Brees, but as this team has transitioned to more of a run-game oriented approach with complementary play from the other side of the ball, the Saints D has been above-average in yards and points allowed each of the last four seasons. And a lot of that has to do with the staff Allen has put together around him, which includes some of the most highly respected assistants in their field. And we have seen them improve heavily in situational football, as they have allowed just 32.5 of third downs to be converted against them and opposing teams have scored just two touchdowns on six red-zone trips these last three weeks combined.
Thanks to the defense and return game, the Saints have the best starting position for their offensive drives in the league, just beyond their 33-yard line. Their one big issues more them – and it has improved recently as well – is penalties. When you look at yardage, it may not stand out as much, but they have given up a league-high 31 first downs through flags. That is unacceptable.


Number 10 is in the comments!

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2020.11.20 10:19 I_did_dit South Beach wont be the only talk of the town – Miami beach is all set to get an avant-garde seven-mile underwater art sculpture park next December

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2020.11.19 04:45 EnergeticWedding South Beach Miami, 2050

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2020.11.18 22:42 redit202 I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build Project Weekly Update & Lane Closure Alert - November 18, 2020

I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build Project Weekly Update & Lane Closure Alert - November 18, 2020

WEEKLY PROJECT UPDATE

NOVEMBER 18, 2020

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OPEN INTERACTIVE MAP

I-95 ONGOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

  • Concrete pavement replacement on I-95 from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street
  • Replacement of approach slabs on I-95 from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street beginning the week on Monday, November 30

I-95 CLOSURES

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 AND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - Up to four lanes on southbound I-95 from NW 29 Street to NW 8 Street will be closed nightly between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The first lane will be closed at 9 p.m. and additional lanes will be closed at 10 p.m. Closures on Friday and Saturday will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m.
  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 AND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - Up to four lanes on northbound I-95 will be closed nightly from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The first lane will be closed at 9 p.m. and additional lanes will be closed at 10 p.m. Closures on Friday and Saturday will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m.

SOUTHBOUND I-95 RAMP TO WESTBOUND SR 836 DETOUR

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 AND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - The southbound I-95 ramp to westbound SR 836 will be closed as needed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The closures on Friday and Saturday will occur between the hours of 11 p.m. and 11 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue south on I-95
    • Exit at SW 7 Street/Brickell Avenue (Exit 1B), then turn left at SW 8 Street
    • Enter the northbound I-95 ramp, then access the ramp to westbound SR 836
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

NORTHBOUND I-95 RAMP TO EASTBOUND I-395 DETOUR

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AND THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19 - The northbound I-95 ramp to eastbound I-395 will be closed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Exit at the NW 2 Street ramp (Exit 2B)
    • Continue north on NW 3 Avenue, then turn right on NW 8 Street
    • Continue east on NW/NE 8 Street
    • Turn left on Biscayne Boulevard to access A1A North/Miami Beach
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

SOUTHBOUND I-95 RAMP TO EASTBOUND I-395 DETOUR

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 AND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - The southbound I-95 ramp to eastbound I-395 will be closed as needed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue south on I-95, exit at the NW 8 Street (Exit 3B)
    • Turn left on NW 8 Street, continue east on NW 8 Street
    • Turn left at Biscayne Boulevard to access the A1A North/Miami Beach Ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

EASTBOUND SR 112 AND WESTBOUND I-195 RAMP TO SOUTHBOUND I-95 DETOUR

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 - The eastbound SR 112 and westbound I-195 ramps to southbound I-95 will be closed as needed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue north on I-95 and exit at NW 62 Street
    • Turn left at NW 62 Street to access the southbound I-95 ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

I-395 ONGOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

  • Nighttime Auger Cast Pile (ACP) operations east of Biscayne Boulevard and south of NE 13 Street
  • Construction of bridge foundations and piers adjacent to I-395 from North Bayshore Drive to NW 3 Avenue
  • Placement of bridge segment west of NE 1 Avenue just north of I-395
  • Second crew installing bridge segments west of NW 1 Avenue and south of I-395
  • Signature Bridge center pier footer construction north of I-395 between Biscayne Boulevard and NE 2 Avenue

I-395 MAINLINE LANE CLOSURES

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 THROUGH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - One lane on mainline eastbound I-395 will be closed from I-95 to Biscayne Boulevard between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Saturday and Sunday will be implemented between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m.
  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 THROUGH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - One lane on mainline westbound I-395 will be closed from I-95 to Biscayne Boulevard between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Closures on Saturday and Sunday will be implemented between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m.

CLOSURE OF THE WESTBOUND I-395 RAMP TO NORTHBOUND I-95

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 AND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - The westbound I-395 ramp to northbound I-95 will be closed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. to allow the contractor to perform roadway repairs.Drivers on westbound I-395 going north on I-95 can:
    • Access the southbound I-95 ramp
    • Exit at SW 7 Street/Brickell Avenue (Exit 1B), then turn left at SW 8 Street
    • Enter the northbound I-95 ramp, then continue north on I-95
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

NE 1 AVENUE DETOUR

  • THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19 AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 – NE 1 Avenue will be closed from just north of I-395 to NE 13 Street between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. to allow the contractor to work on a bridge over the roadway.
    • Drivers accessing the I-395 westbound ramp from NE 13 Street can:
      • Turn right on NE 1 Avenue, turn left on NE 13 Terrace
      • Turn left on NE Miami Court, then turn right on NE 13 Street
      • Turn left on North Miami Avenue, then turn left on NE 10 Street
      • Turn left on NE 1 Avenue to connect with the I-395 ramp
    • Drivers on northbound NE 1 Avenue can:
      • Turn left on NE 11 Street, then turn right on NW 1 Avenue
      • Turn right on NE 12 Street, then turn left on NW Miami Court
      • Turn right on NW 14 Street to connect with NE 1 Avenue
NOTE: Drivers on northbound NE 1 Avenue will be able to access the I-395 ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

LONG-TERM CLOSURE OF NW 1 PLACE

  • NW 1 Place will remain continuously closed until further notice from NW 13 Street to NW 14 Street. The long-term closure is necessary to allow the contractor to safely continue the construction of the new I-395 bridges. NW 1 Court is an alternate route.
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

SR 836 ONGOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

  • Ongoing ACP operations between NW South River Drive and NW 17 Avenue
  • Foundation construction in the median area of SR 836 between NW 17 Avenue and the toll gantry
  • Pile driving activity adjacent to NW 7 Avenue between NW 14 Street and NW 15 Street
  • Bridge widening activities from NW 10 Avenue to I-95
  • Widening activities at the eastbound SR 836 ramp to northbound I-95
  • Ongoing casting of bridge caps

NEW SOUTHBOUND NW 17 AVENUE RAMP TO WESTBOUND SR 836 OPENING

  • On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, the new southbound NW 17 Avenue ramp to westbound SR 836 will be opened to traffic. Southbound drivers on NW 17 Avenue wanting to go west on SR 836 will need to stay on the right side of the roadway to access the new ramp after NW South River Drive. To view a map of the location of the new ramp please click here.

SR 836 LANE CLOSURES

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 AND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 THROUGH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 – Up to three lanes on eastbound SR 836 from NW 17 Avenue to I-95 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The closure on Friday will be implemented between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.
  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 AND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 THROUGH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - Two westbound lanes on SR 836 from I-95 to NW 17 Avenue will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The closure on Friday will be implemented between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.

NORTHBOUND NW 12 AVENUE RAMP TO EASTBOUND SR 836 DETOUR

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 AND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 THROUGH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - The northbound NW 12 Avenue ramp to eastbound SR 836 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers can:
    • Continue north on NW 12 Avenue, then turn left on NW 12 Street
    • Turn right on NW 13 Avenue, then turn right on NW 14 Street
    • Turn right on NW 12 Avenue to access the southbound NW 12 Avenue entrance ramp to SR 836 east
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

FULL CLOSURE OF STATE ROAD (SR) 7/US 441/NW 7 AVENUE

  • SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 THROUGH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - All lanes on NW 7 Avenue will be closed from NW 14 Street to NW 15 Street between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
    • Drivers on northbound NW 7 Avenue can:
      • Turn left on NW 14 Street, then turn right on NW 12 Avenue
      • Turn right on NW 20 Street to connect with NW 7 Avenue
    • Drivers on southbound NW 7 Avenue can:
      • Turn right on NW 20 Street, then turn left on NW 12 Avenue
      • Turn left on NW 14 Street to connect with NW 7 Avenue
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

NW 7 AVENUE LANE CLOSURES

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - One southbound lane on NW 7 Avenue will remain continuously closed from NW 14 Street to NW 15 Street until 8 a.m. on Tuesday, November 24. A second southbound lane will be closed on weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. During the closure of the second lane, drivers will be diverted to the median lane until they clear the work zone.

DAYTIME LANE CLOSURE OF NW 17 AVENUE

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 AND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 THROUGH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - One lane on northbound NW 17 Avenue from NW 8 Terrace to NW South River Drive will be closed between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

NW 17 AVENUE RAMP TO WESTBOUND SR 836

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THROUGH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 - The NW 17 Avenue ramp to westbound SR 836 will be closed between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Drivers on NW 17 Avenue going west on SR 836 can:
    • Go west on NW 7 Street
    • Turn right on NW 27 Avenue to access the westbound SR 836 ramp
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.

FULL CLOSURE OF NW 17 AVENUE

  • FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 - NW 17 Avenue will be closed between NW 7 Street and the north side of SR 836 between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m.
    • Drivers on northbound NW 17 Avenue heading west on SR 836 can:
      • Turn west on NW 7 Street
      • Turn right on NW 27 Avenue to access the SR 836 west entrance ramp
    • Drivers on northbound NW 17 Avenue continuing north can:
      • Turn west on NW 7 Street, then turn right on NW 22 Avenue
      • Turn right on NW 20 Street to connect with NW 17 Avenue
    • Drivers on southbound NW 17 Avenue continuing south can:
      • Turn west on NW 20 Street, then turn left on NW 22 Avenue
      • Turn left on NW 7 Street to connect with NW 17 Avenue
TO VIEW A MAP OF THE DETOUR PLEASE CLICK HERE.
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2020.11.17 04:29 ItsFizzio Not to be “that guy” but but on the map Miami, shouldn’t South beach be facing South instead of North?

Not to be “that guy” but but on the map Miami, shouldn’t South beach be facing South instead of North? submitted by ItsFizzio to blackopscoldwar [link] [comments]