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4 points · 5 days ago

Tropicana is legit and cheap. Good pastries too.

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Tropicana is my favorite too. Mmm

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I'm wondering how you feel about their portion sizes. It seems like the last hand full of times I've gone, they literally give me less than a tender of chicken. It's basically a soup.

I emailed them on their website and they never responded. Their pictures of the dish show a mound of meat but every time I go, I'm fishing for meat in the sauce.

What's your experience? Should I just find some place else to eat Indian?

kid’s meal is the way to go. the only problem is you can’t ask for spice level with a kid’s meal so i just ask for some jalapeños.

i find all of their meats overcooked anyways, so often i go veg or paneer.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 days ago

Thanks

Bombay Bistro at S. Lamar and Ben White? New India on S. Congress? Personally, Bombay Bistro is where I would go.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 days ago

Thanks for the suggestions

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I'm wondering, does the traffic in the direction the truck is heading normally back up like that? I know in Austin there are sections of roads between lights that are constantly full. There would never be enough room for the truck to go through because as people move through the lights, it fills up with other cars heading that same direction.

Yes. Culebra at 1604 heading inbound is garbage for traffic.

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Makes sense. If the driver didn't do that, he'd never clear the intersection. If I was OP, I would be pissed too.

127 points · 9 days ago · edited 9 days ago

Ceviche7. The owner is the only worker. If it's open, he is there. It's Peruvian food. The only negative is that he only has a two burner grill and small basket fryer. He can't handle large orders and it comes out as it's made. So you probably won't get everything at once. David is one of the friendliest people you'll meet. If you've never had, start with the Lomo Saltado.

Is there Inca Cola?

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Yes, he has Inca Cola.

Can you post the sanitized, relevant config?

Original Poster1 point · 9 days ago

group-policy vpngroup internal

group-policy vpngroup attributes

vpn-filter value vpnacl

vpn-tunnel-protocol ikev1

tunnel-group "vpnsiteip" type ipsec-l2l

tunnel-group "vpnsiteip" general-attributes

default-group-policy vpngroup

access-list vpnacl extended deny ip object 10.1.0.15 object Internal-Production-Network

access-list vpnacl extended deny ip object Internal-Production-Network object 10.1.0.15

access-list vpnacl extended permit ip any any

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1 point · 9 days ago · edited 9 days ago

You might have to reverse your ACL. I have a few VPN filters configured. I PERMIT the traffic I want to allow, everything else is blocked by the implict deny any any. Is it possible to do that in your situation?

Also, the syntax for the ACLs are different than normal ACLs. It's also different between AnyConnect and L2L filters. For L2L, the syntax has the remote host first, local host second.

Check out this link: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/pix-500-series-security-appliances/99103-pix-asa-vpn-filter.html

That document says you must permit OR deny traffic. So you can't do both permit and deny--I assume.

Moderator of r/Cisco, speaking officially1 point · 10 days ago

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3 points · 12 days ago · edited 12 days ago

I would assume it would be city owned.
"The course would be operated by a private entity"

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There is a golf course across the street on Decker Lake.

No golf course. Option 1 is the best option.

I feel like 70 is too low. It's hard for a system to maintain a 30 degree temperature difference. How old is your house? Sounds like you might not be properly sealed.

Quoting a random site: Generally speaking an air conditioning system is designed to accommodate up to a 20 degree difference between the outside air and inside air while still keeping around a 55% humidity level which is comfortable.

Original Poster2 points · 17 days ago

Interesting. House was built in the 80s.

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Yeah, your AC will probably never be able to cool down your house to 70. It will constantly run until nighttime when it's averaging about 74. With that temperature difference, it's easier for the AC to keep up.

Mr. Catfish on Sunday! It's amazing.

edit: not sure what you mean by old fashion. it's cafeteria line style.

Wait. Is this the whole fried catfish place? We still have one? Where??

… hurries off to google.

Airport. Cool. Adding to my list.

The only one I knew was on Rundberg, I think.

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Yeah it sounds like it's the same place. From their site:

Mr. Catfish restaurant first launched in 1998 on Springdale Road, with other locations eventually opening in North Austin on Rundberg Lane and in Elgin, Texas. Since 2013, the sole location is now on 1144 Airport Boulevard, Suite 220, in the Eastland Plaza Shopping Center.

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6 points · 18 days ago

You don't go to In-N-Out for the fries!! 🤣

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This is America. Fries are half the meal when you eat a burger.

I like the upper deck because there are no on ramps and I like the view. The lower deck does have advantages though.

When you cross the causeway, consider turning right to go to "Isla Blanca Park". It's a big county park with pavilions and showers (pretty old). There is plenty of parking. There is plenty of beach space. There is a UTRGV Coastal Studies Lab that you can visit. You can also take a walk out into the ocean on the Jetties.

Holy shit the RGV was actually included in something Texas related.

I swear people north of Corpus and Laredo seem to think there’s nothing south of there and always cut off the maps.

Born and raised in Harlingen but holy shit I got tired of having to explain to people where it was and say “no not Arlington. It’s Harlingen”

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100 points · 23 days ago

"South Texas"

"Do you mean San Antonio?"

I consider San Antonio to be Central Texas.

All things aside, that's a pretty damn good sketch.

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I wonder how much time was spent making that cap look perfect.

Those poor tortillas. Where is the color?

Our bakery in Round Rock, Texas is our only location, but there are a handful of stores in the Austin area where we deliver fresh donuts to throughout the week:

Settlers Express 4450 E Old Settlers Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78665 (512) 716-0201

H-E-B convenience store, Round Rock 3750 Gattis School Road Round Rock, TX 78664 (512) 341-3775

H-E-B convenience store, Austin 2508 East Riverside Drive Austin, TX 78741

Original Poster1 point · 28 days ago

Ooh, nifty! Thank you.

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Luling is close and was pretty cool. Plus, there is BBQ.

Ooo interesting. What kind of flavour does it have? And texture?

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Try it. Some people compare them to green beans.

Original Poster3 points · 29 days ago

So that says that THEIRS is just boiled jalapeno, oil, salt. Can it be so simple?

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It's basically a Jalapeno Mayonnaise

Maybe sun reflection on a temperature sensor?

Cheko's for flavor, Siberia for giant portions, but Último for practicality.

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Cheko

Do you mean Sheko's?

Yes!! That's the one.

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Nice. I gotta try it. Thanks for the suggestion.

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http://austinanimalcenter.org/

You can walk dogs and play with cats waiting to be adopted.

I need to get the annual emissions test for my car registration, but my "check tire" light is on. I have had the tire pressure sensors changed on all 4 tires, tire pressure is fine, it just won't go off (it seems to be a known issue with my car model).

Will I be able to pass the emissions test with this light on? Do they care?

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A TPMS light shouldn't fail Texas inspection. It's not part of what they look for.

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