Day: May 7, 2020

DaBaby Allegedly Attacked Driver After Argument About Smoking in Vehicle

UPDATED 5/5, 6:00 p.m. ET: After the news surfaced, DaBaby took to IG to refute the reports. “100% False,” he wrote. “The devil gone always try you when you doing good.”

See original story below. 

DaBaby has allegedly become involved in another physical altercation.

A Las Vegas driver claims that the rapper attacked him during an argument, TMZ reports. Last November, the driver picked up DaBaby and his crew in a Sprinter van. After they made a few stops, DaBaby and his friends wanted to smoke a joint and the driver said no.

The situation escalated from there. Police say the crew began cursing the driver out and threatened him. When they arrived at the Hard Rock Hotel and the driver asked to be paid, DaBaby allegedly punched him in the back of the head and said, “You ain’t the boss.”

Authorities say that one of the friends said, “You’re

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GitHub – otcshare/automotive-message-broker

Version 0.15

Introduction

Automotive Message Broker is a vehicle network abstraction system. It brokers information from the vehicle
to applications. It provides application with a rich API for accessing vehicle data.

Automotive Message Broker is built using CMake and requires libltdl (libtool), libjson-c, and boost packages.

Git

About the Git Tree:
‘master’ is expected to be unstable and may not even compile. If you want something more stable, checkout one of the
release branches (ie, 0.9.0, 0.10, etc)

Building

To build:

cd automotive-message-broker
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make

Installing

To install:

sudo make install

Running

To run:

ambd

also see ambd -h for additional command line options

Configuration

For information on ambd’s configuration, please see ambd-configuration.idl.

Running with the Qt mainloop:

Some source and sink plugins may want to use the Qt-based mainloop to take advantage of Qt features. To enable
the Qt mainloop, run cmake with -Duse_qtcore=On:

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Portland Oregon bicycle news, events, culture, and opinion.

You love to see it.
(Photos: Jim Chasse)

This story is from east Portland resident and longtime bike advocate Jim Chasse.

One of Portland’s most dangerous roads is finally getting safety upgrades that include new sidewalks, better bike lanes and upgraded crossings from SE 122nd to 136th.

Powell Blvd. improvements have been a high priority for residents since this section of southeast Portland was annexed into the city over 25 years ago… It’s great to see some new concrete on the ground!

I’ve had some time on my hands and decided to scope out the project during construction.

The Oregon Department of Transportation’s Outer Powell Safety Project aims to rebuild the dangerous arterial from I-205 to the Gresham city limits. Initial elements of the project were first proposed in 2012 with $5.5 million in state funding. Unfortunately the project’s cost soared to $11 million and no other funding was available.

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Bicycle Bike Cycling Riding Bicycling Tips Tricks FAQ by Jim Langley

CRANK (tips & tricks)

The illustrations for this section are among my favorites, because I love the concept that bicycles make it possible to pedal the earth. But the artist who did such a fine job fitting globes on the bike in the top ad also made an interesting mistake. . . . (more)

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