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I used to Uber in LA. I saw some weird things.

When I was in college I found myself Ubering to make money. This was in Southern California, and LA at the time was a constant flow of work. Occasionally you’d pick people up in a nice area and they’d tell you that they were sleeping with someone in a relationship, or that they themselves were cheating. This was depressingly common. I think that saying what they were doing to someone gave them a weird kind of relief.
Once I drove someone from Hollywood to Hemet, CA. He was very charming, and funny. When I dropped him off it was at a big blue building that they buzzed us into. He left me a $200 cash tip. I later found out this was what is known as “Gold base” for the church of scientology. If you don’t know what that is, it’s a completely normal not weird at all in any way location owned by the church of scientology. Feel free to google it!
A few months into my “taxi” career. Insurance companies started using ride share service, and some people who were more down on their luck would use it. Sometimes this was people just trying to get their kids to school, but sometimes it was much sadder. I can’t tell you how many times I showed up to a doctors office to see someone with accessibility limitations face drop at seeing my tiny car instead of a van like they needed.
The people with substance problems were interactions that would stay with you.
Once I picked a man going to a dental appointment and I drove him for about a half hour. He told me about how he used to run drugs in the 90’s, until they caught him with a few pounds of coke. He told me about when he was moved from Nevada to Florida for trial. How he travelled handcuffed in a van. How the cops would stop only once a day at McDonalds and for their one dollar menu item of the day. He asked me to stop at a liquor store he chugged a tiny bottle of booze, shoved mints into his mouth, then sipped on a soda.
He smelled like pure alcohol when I dropped him off at the dentist.
Near my house there was a methadone clinic. I would get up before dawn to be able to take those rides. (Early bird gets the worm right) Almost always they were sweet, and thankful. Sometimes they were a little out of it but I never felt in danger or anything like that. Just good people going through tough times. These rides were the most consistently depressing.
People who were going to court clearly drunk or high. Older women who had trouble requesting a ride and had been waiting in the parking lot of their dialysis place into the night.
They’d tell their stories sometimes. A person who was going to court for a child custody case, people struggling with mental illness. Some mornings were exhausting.
Being up that early you’d hit another crowd that I had never anticipated. Funeral goers. The saddest funeral ride was when a man and a woman got into my backseat. Rather than speaking to me the man handed me a neon printout of a map of a cemetery with instructions on what plot to go to. With, “Hello, I am attending my father’s funeral. My wife and I are deaf. Please follow these directions.” Written on the back of it.
The whole ride I could hear them signing to one another and trying not to cry.
There were also the retired gamblers. They’d leave their houses at 7 in the morning, take a $70 uber out to the desert, and spend the whole day gambling at the reservation casinos. The desert is where I saw the weirdest things.
The desert was the only place I had ever felt scared driving. It was in Temecula the “wine country” of so cal. Lots of wooded roads and desert. I picked up a lady just off the freeway at what I initially assumed was the edge of a golf resort but it was an unpaved access road. It was late and that area was especially dark. I was getting ready to call the passenger I saw them coming down the unpaved access road.
It was a tall blonde woman in a very nice pant suit. She was absurdly put together considering she had walked god knows how long in heels down a dirt rock road. She got into the car and was very pleasant. She said she lived in a gated community that was hard to get Ubers too and it was easier to send me to the access road. I thought it was weird but I did not want to be creepy asking about where she lived.
She was friendly, chatty even. She was going to a dinner party, and as she spoke to me I could feel her looking at me in the rearview mirror the entire ride. We drove a half hour away from the freeway. To one of those rural chic neighborhoods that you would hear celebrities had huge parties at.
Eventually we reached the “address” which was a paved road lined with trees. She told me to keep driving and I didn’t think much of it because again we were in a mansion style neighborhood. We hit a white ranch style fence after a minute or so going down the road.
That was the when I started to feel a bit uneasy. There were around a dozen no trespassing signs, and one of those classic “Forget the dog, beware of owner” signs with a guy pointing a pistol at you. I thought it was more than a little blunt to have that many signs but hey not my property.
We drove for about a minute when we came to another fence. It was at the top of a hill and it overlooked a barn with some lights in the distance. I know this sounds weird but it was unpleasant. I couldn’t put my finger on it. It was just a barn with what looked like a barbecue going on. But being out in the woods without any light had freaked me out.
The passenger told me I could just slide the gate open. As I approached the fence, I saw some signs that made me stop cold.
Off to the side of the gate, not quite in the dark, but on the fringes of my headlights. There were metal signs with bullet holes through them. Swaztikas, and confederate flags brightly displayed.
So-Cal has a lot of white supremacist pockets. I had dropped off dozens of passengers in Cities like Norco, and driven down streets with people drinking in the garage, and a nazi flag proudly hung behind them. It wasn’t my favorite but I wasn’t spending any time in those neighborhoods more than I needed to. This was different though.
It was after 11pm at night, and I had no idea where I was. I opened the gate , and down the road I saw what I assume were cellphone flashlights lighting up and coming up the incline. This made me very uncomfortable. I went back and I told the woman that I didn’t think my car could make it back up the hill if I went down it.
“What are you talking about? Just take me it’s right there.”
She was getting more heated and I could see the lights slowly making their way up the hill.
She kept telling me I needed to cancel the ride, and that she wouldn’t pay to not be taken the entire way. I told her the pin I was supposed to take her too was a mile back up the road, but I was so nervous I relented and cancelled on my end. She slammed the door as she got out.
I took off before I could see the cellphone light people get closer. The road back was much rougher at the speed I was going at. I felt a bump that felt like I hit a body but I kept going. My car was driving like shit but I kept driving till I was past the fence, out of the rich neighborhood until I stopped at a gas station. My right rear tire was fucked up, and I needed to change it.
There was a few nails that looked like they had been attached to a piece of wood on my tire. I was freaked out so hard and sometimes I wish I had called the cops and reported it. But of course all that happened was I got a flat on a back road, and I didn’t want to spend the rest of my night waiting on a cop car.
I know it’s far more likely that I freaked myself out than a bunch of nazis planning to mess with a random Uber driver. But when I pick up a well dressed businesswoman from a remote location, and drop her off at a separate remote location, gives me chills that I have trouble explaining to this day.
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He Zong Lian Heng Chinese Wild Meta Report #9 - translated

This is a translation of the latest Chinese Wild meta report from He Zong Lian Heng of NGA.CN, first published 5 June 2020.
Gallery of decklist images, credit to glormagic.
 
Tier Score Deck 1 Deck 2 Deck 3
1 100 Pirate Warrior
98 Even Shaman
96 Odd Demon Hunter
93 Reno Quest Mage
92 Discard Warlock
90 Reno Secret Mage
2 (high) 89 Secret Mage
88 Galakrond Warrior Murloc Paladin
87 Malygos Druid
86 Quest Mage Cube Warlock Big Priest
85 Spell Token Druid
83 Odd Warrior
82 Odd Paladin
81 Even Warlock Jade Druid Reno Warlock
80 Odd Rogue Reno Hunter Kingsbane Rogue
2 (low ) 79 Mech Paladin
77 Reno Mage
75 Big Shaman
73 Reno Priest
70 Albatross Priest (estimate)
3 60 Treachery Warlock (estimate)
To attack backwards while riding a horse, to advance while feigning retreat, this period has seen fierce meta change; compared to the past, there is definite structural change.
 

Meta overview:

The third patch for Ashes of Outland dropped suddenly, including buffs as well as nerfs. Regarding Wild format, Odd Demon Hunter welcomed its third blow, and last expansion's strongest deck, Even Shaman, was buffed. Seemingly, the meta would develop towards Even Shaman, but this did not come to pass. Odd Demon Hunter, after briefly showing weakness, struck back. Even Shaman has unfinished business; its revival was ended even before it began...
From the perspective of the changed cards, Even Shaman, Reno Hunter, and Odd Demon Hunter are the only Wild meta decks to be affected. (Buffs to Wild Paladin and other decks did not make waves). Declines in Odd Demon Hunter's popularity or power level are bound to move the meta; as Cube Warlock and Even Shaman are both suppressed by that deck, after the patch, they both gained a degree of freedom, but a rebound in Odd Demon Hunter's popularity will reverse that change. However, the changes to the meta are not limited to the patch, as shown by three decks without changed cards. Since the last meta report, many decks have risen and fallen; among them, Pirate Warrior and Malygos Druid are especially attractive.
Long before the patch, Pirate Warrior had already begun to solidify its position, its popularity rising day by day. Before the patch, the deck's popularity reached new heights as the meta was unable to react quickly enough to its rise. Golakka Crawler did not make much of an appearance as tech cards against Pirate Warrior were limited to Glacial Shard and Frozen Shadoweaver, the two more targeting Odd Demon Hunter. As for countering Pirate Warrior, Even Shaman was a quicker reaction than Golakka Crawler. In the short post-patch period when Odd Demon Hunter was in hibernation, Pirate Warrior was still very popular. Even Shaman quickly became the weapon of choice to counter Pirate Warrior, and, lacking counters, became the undisputed top deck. Though Even Shaman's reign was subsequently cut short by Odd Demon Hunter, the deck is still inherently strong, and remains one of the strongest meta decks. Pirate Warrior's aggression is fast; a bomb variant runs Wrenchcalibur, with the new card Corsair Cache substantially increasing the chance of drawing it. Thus, highlander decks cannot stand against Pirate Warrior; even if they run multiple Oozes, the Oozes must be drawn on time. Some decks that have passive early turns, such as Quest Mage, Malygos Druid with a bad draw, and Cube Warlock that does not draw Defile, also struggle against Pirate Warrior. Pirate Warrior not only excels against highlander and slow decks, it also dominates other aggro. The successfully returning to popularity Pirate Warrior also adds another coffin cover to many aggro decks, such as Kingsbane Rogue, Odd Paladin, and Galakrond Warrior. For a long time, Kingsbane Rogue has lost to Pirate Warrior. Though the two decks are similar, the main difference is in the effectiveness of the early game Pirates. N'Zoth's First Mate and Sky Raider are notably better than Kingsbane Rogue's Buccaneer and Bloodsail Flybooter. After the nerf to Ancharrr in Descent of Dragons, Kingsbane Rogue saw a slow rise, then a fall, but the deck still has some power. Now, the rise of Pirate Warrior is bound to end Kingsbane Rogue's existence, and it can be said that the coffin has closed on the latter deck for the last time. Odd Paladin was once like a fish in water, doing well against Odd Demon Hunter, with unfavored matchups rare and favored matchups everywhere. However, Odd Paladin is heavily unfavored against Pirate Warrior. Last time, we mentioned that if Pirate Warrior trends, it is a danger sign for Odd Paladin. Now, this hidden danger has come to pass. Odd Paladin has fallen from the altar and its meta suitability has dropped precipitously. Even Even Shaman has gained a new tool to take on Odd Paladin. Galakrond Warrior runs a Pirate package, so it has some similarities to Pirate Warrior, with the differences being midgame value versus early game tempo. Galakrond Warrior's greatest advantage over Pirate Warrior is its more favorable matchup against Even Shaman. If Even Shaman could have taken over the meta post-patch, then Galakrond Warrior would have also had a chance to rise. However, in the end, Even Shaman did not succeed in taking over. But, Galakrond Warrior's inherent flaws are glaring: its curve is insufficiently low and it often has passive early turns, making it lose to other aggro. Whether it is Odd Paladin, Pirate Warrior, Odd Demon Hunter, Secret Mage, or Mech Paladin, Galakrond Warrior is always slightly downwind. (It is not heavily unfavored owing to the early game strength of the Pirate package). As it is not fast enough, Galakrond Warrior also may lose to combo decks. Relatively speaking, Pirate Warrior, which fares better against both aggro and combo, is the better choice.
Speaking of combo decks, one cannot avoid discussing a newly popular combo deck: Malygos Druid. The nerf to Kael'thas Sunstrider was of course a huge blow to Druid, but on the positive side, the card can now be tutored with Juicy Psychmelon. As Malygos Druid necessarily runs many low-cost spells, the list with Kael'thas has been slowly optimized, and it gradually became popular just before the patch. To increase its speed, the deck has cut the Oaken Summons package to increase the effectiveness of Jepetto Joybuzz. Defensively, the deck can only rely on small removal, Spreading Plague, and armor. Thus, Malygos Druid is a very extreme deck, relying on the speed of its combo to win. It has similarities to a previously popular combo deck, Hemet Mech'athun Warlock. Both counter slow decks, both have little regard for their life total, and both fear Dirty Rat. The differences are that Malygos Druid can combo earlier and how they face aggression. Druid cards are better at maintaining a high health total, while Warlock cards lack healing but are better at clearing the board. Now, Mech'athun Warlock has fallen out of favor, but Malygos Druid continues to deeply influence the meta.
But, whether it is Reno OTK Priest, Mecha'thun Warlock, or Malygos Druid, none of them can compare to the previous Quest Mage. Whether it is facing aggro or Dirty Rat, or combo speed, Quest Mages best all the other combo decks. Though the quest progress was nerfed to be increased by two, after the third patch, as its counters have weakened, Quest Mages are beginning to reappear. Quest Mage is unstable, as it relies on drawing well to beat aggro, but its advantage is in its speed relative to other combo decks, being able to combo one or two turns earlier. It suppresses other combo and slow decks. Quest Mage's high ceiling will destine it to have players give it a go to try and create miracles. In fact, Quest Mage is often common among top 200 Legend (on the Chinese server). “All or nothing" describes Quest Mage's line of thinking. Relatively speaking, Reno Quest Mage is more stable, and its matchups are less polarized. After three patches of nerfs to aggro, the meta has become much more favorable for it and it is now a stable pick. It is now popular and can be found at all ranks.
Last report, the authors thought the restraining forces on the Wild meta were loosening. The abdication of Quest Mages significantly lowered the meta pressure. Now aggro is dominant, though not to the previous extent of combo, allowing for more deck variety. Now, relative to the past, deck variety is more diverse; multiple highlander decks, midrange decks, and aggro decks can be played. But as aggro decks are weaker, combo decks may rise again. Slow or midrange or highlander decks may fall victim to combo. From the perspective of winning, one must still consider the top meta decks.
No matter when, Wild has a special quality: the meta differs significantly among ranks. In the past, it was Mech Hunter, then Mech Paladin, and now Secret Mage and Mech Paladin. At low ranks, Mech Paladin and Secret Mage and perform very well, and are relatively popular. But as rank increases, their popular drops. Within top 1000 Legend, these two decks are virtually unseen. When they do appear, they are often easily defeated. The main elements behind this phenomena are the differing attitudes and skill levels of players at different ranks. Simultaneously, streamers also profoundly influence the meta. Finally, it is not only that at higher ranks decks become more utilitarian. At low ranks, to perform well is to beat weak decks, thus Mech Paladin and Secret Mage can be the best choices. At high ranks, with multiple strong decks in contention, the meta will naturally be different.
 
Deck Popularity conditions Popularity grade
Pirate Warrior Indisputably the best, both strong and popular, popular at all ranks S
Even Shaman Though it was the victim of Odd Demon Hunter, it cannot be decisively defeated and is still popular S
Odd Demon Hunter After falling from popularity, it is once again popular S
Reno Quest Mage As its counters have weakened, it has gradually adapted to the meta and become popular S
Discard Warlock An aggro deck with a high element of luck, very popular all over ladder S
Reno Secret Mage Very unpopular, almost unseen E
Secret Mage Virtually absent at high Legend, but more popular at other ranks A
Galakrond Warrior A starving camel is larger, but not more lively, than a horse; currently the deck is unpopular C
Murloc Paladin A truly rare sight in the meta D
Malygos Druid Very popular, Druid's default deck S
Quest Mage More popular at high Legend, is a casino-style deck, unpopular at other ranks B
Cube Warlock Though the meta has not become more favorable, it is relatively popular at 10-star MMR S
Big Priest Has some level of popularity, with a wider range of application than Odd Warrior, but its performance is unsatisfactory, and its performance is similarly limited B
Spell Token Druid A newly developed deck, needs optimization C
Odd Warrior Relatively extreme, suitable in an aggro-heavy meta, but not very popular owing to its limitations B
Odd Paladin Unpopular due to meta changes C
Even Warlock Almost nonexistent; even if it exists, it is largely Reno Even Warlock played by fans of Shovel Mouth (streamer) E
Jade Druid Fallen out of favor relative to other Druid decks, but still played C
Reno Warlock Has definite popularity A
Odd Rogue Rogue's default deck, but unpopular B
Reno Hunter Fallen in popularity after meta changes, popularity is not ideal C
Kingsbane Rogue Not lifeless, popularity already decaying D
Mech Paladin God of low ranks, almost nonexistent at high ranks A
N'Zoth Reno Mage Though its power is limited, it is more fun and still has players C
Big Shaman Only suitable at certain ranks and certain metas, limited popularity B
Reno Priest Though its power is limited, and the meta is unsuitable, it is still popular S
 

Decks:

Note: The decklists are for reference only; the writeups take precedence.

1, Pirate Warrior

From the second Outland patch onward, Pirate Warrior's popularity has gradually risen. Before the third patch, its popularity reached the peak. Pirate Warrior's aggression is fierce, with the early tempo of N'Zoth's First Mate, and Ship's Cannon and Skybarge creating an unshakable advantage. If the opponent cannot clear, Southsea Captain buffs the board to strike a lethal blow. Also, the deck can run Wrenchcalibur to counter Reno Jackson and deal heavy damage. Whether against aggro or slow decks, Pirate Warrior performs extremely well. As the meta evolves, no one runs Golakka Crawler, but rather Oozes have seen a slight increase, but even this cannot stop Pirate Warrior.
As for deck construction, recently, Pirate Warrior has seen two variants, mainly differing in weapon choices. One variant runs Livewire Lance; the other runs Wrenchcalibur. Wrenchcalibur is very favored against highlander decks. Livewire Lance is less favored against highlander, but as the weapon, and Ancharrr, both cost three mana, this avoids a passive turn after playing Corsair Cache, making the variant better against aggro. Of course, there is a variant popular on other servers that does not include weapons besides Ancharrr, but from many angles, the inclusion of Livewire Lance increases the deck's stability and power, so that variant has not been popular on the Chinese server.

Wrenchcalibur Pirate Warrior

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Livewire Lance Pirate Warrior

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2, Even Shaman

The king of the last expansion was fatally struck by Odd Demon Hunter. Initially, it could have gone a whole expansion without making a difference; however, in the third patch, Even Shaman was buffed, while its mortal enemy Odd Demon Hunter was nerfed, seemingly signaling that Even Shaman could have its way again. Pirate Warrior, still popular post-patch, also laid out the red carpet: to beat that deck, picking Even Shaman was imperative. Thus, Even Shaman temporarily became the best deck. However, the good times don't last forever. After a brief dormancy, Odd Demon Hunter revived. In spite of its nerfs, Odd Demon Hunter was still favored against Even Shaman. But, Even Shaman found ways to fight back, preventing the opponent's Hench-Clan Thug from snowballing, and using The Lurker Below, Murkspark Eel, and Sea Giant to flip the board. As long as life total is healthy, there is chance to win, but the matchup is still heavily unfavored.
It must be noted, Even Shaman is very draw-dependent. There is a great disparity if the opening hand lacks Totemic Surge and Totemic Might. Drawing Totemic Surge when aggression is needed, and Totemic Might to hold the board, can make the deck unstoppable. In the mulligan, it is crucial to toss everything to find those two zero-cost cards.
As for deckbuilding, the basic skeleton of the deck can be said to be fixed. By the pre-expansion rank one Legend list by 小太阳, Cryostasis has completely supplanted Earthen Might.

Totem Even Shaman

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3, Odd Demon Hunter

Though Odd Demon Hunter has been nerfed three times in succession, it still has strong individual cards. Though the deck vanished right after the patch, it came roaring back. The Crimson Sigil Runner nerf decreasing its attack by one, like that of Sludge Slurper, was seemingly insignificant but greatly weakened the card, and now it has been cut. Priestess of Fury being nerfed to 6/5 did not kill the card, but now it is rarely played, perhaps because it has been disenchanted for dust.
On the whole, after the third patch, Odd Demon Hunter is now lower in value and it runs out of cards more quickly. Cutting Crimson Sigil Runner decreases its card draw, and there is no high-cost mainstay to replace Priestess of Fury. This indicates Odd Demon Hunter easily runs out of stamina. After gradual nerfs, though the deck is definitely strong, its current weakness of lacking endurance has been exposed. Once it is unable to occupy the early board, it cannot ever kill the opponent. Once it reaches turn 6, it completely loses initiative. In the current meta, Odd Demon Hunter is no longer the strongest deck, but it is definitely popular, and continues to deeply shape meta trends.
Regarding deck construction, there are many differences. At the 1 and 3 cost spots, there are many choices, including Glacial Shard, Frozen Shadoweaver and Vulpera Scoundrel, as well as Priestess of Fury.

Odd Demon Hunter

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4, Reno Quest Mage

Reno Quest Mage's core issue is that is unable to simultaneously beat back aggro while completing the quest. But the problem did not need to be solved by Reno Quest Mage itself, as the nerf to Odd Demon Hunter significantly reduced the pressure from aggro. Reno Quest Mage is most afraid of decks that can win even after Reno is played; this includes past Odd Demon Hunter and Even Shaman with a good draw. But as Odd Demon Hunter has cut Priestess of Fury, Reno Quest Mage can clear the board, play Reno on time, and win, without worrying about being unable to remove Priestess. Against other aggro, Reno Quest Mage has the same line of thought, only Pirate Warrior is more troublesome. If Wrenchcalibur cannot be dealt with in a timely fashion, then Reno Quest Mage will be crushed; thus, nowadays, the deck is starting to run Gluttonous Ooze. Against slow and combo decks, Reno Quest Mage basically holds a definitely advantageous position. Relying only on Dirty Rat and armor is not enough to beat Reno Quest Mage. Only aggression can threaten the deck.
As for deck construction, owing to Odd Demon Hunter's popularity, Volcanic Potion has already become a popular inclusion. As board-flood aggro has declined, Frost Nova's effectiveness has also dropped, and it is now only played by a minority. Recently, the deck has seen two variants, one with Stargazer Luna and Mana Cyclone, the other with Brann Bronzebeard. I personally recommend Brann as it affords better tempo, which the deck needs in the current expansion. As for tech cards, the only recommendation is Gluttonous Ooze, which can work against many decks.

Dragon Reno Quest Mage

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5, Discard Warlock

After a period of optimization and popularization, Darkglare Discard Warlock has become the most popular variant. Cataclysm is again becoming an option, but even with that card, from the perspective of deck speed, Flame Imp is still needed to strengthen early tempo. Darkglare Discard Warlock can more stably build large boards without relying on Silverware Golem. Against slow decks, Darkglare Discard Warlock's extreme development can prove decisive. But in Wild, even though the deck can play a 3/2 minion on turn 1, it suffers against other aggro. N'Zoth's First Mate and even and odd hero powers are stronger presences against aggro. In all, relying on a good draw to build a large board around turns 3-5 is the core idea behind Discard Warlock.

Darkglare Discard Warlock

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6, Reno Secret Mage

For a long time, Reno Secret Mage was relatively unpopular, but now, it is still recommended. Though compared to Secret Mage, Reno Secret Mage is insufficiently aggressive, it has more resources, runs out of cards less easily, and has the means to flip the board with highlander cards. After the addition of Astromancer Solarian from Ashes of Outland, the deck's direct damage has increased.
Currently, highlander decks are seeing a revival. Secret Mage's aggression is obstructed everywhere; once the opponent plays Reno, Secret Mage most likely loses. But Reno Secret Mage has more value, with Brann, Kazakus, Zephrys the Great and Loatheb to achieve more stability; it has more explosive boards. In the current meta, Reno Secret Mage has more competitiveness than Secret Mage, or, in other words Secret Mage has lost some of its competitiveness. From a popularity perspective, it can be said that Reno Secret Mage has not entered the mainstream, but from a power perspective, the deck actually is already tier 1.
Regarding construction, this time Aluneth is recommended for an aggressive style.

Reno Secret Mage

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7, Malygos Druid

Last version, Druid combo decks were in a lukewarm state, but with Kael'thas changed to 7 mana, all the combo decks now run Juicy Psychmelon, Kael'thas, cheap spells and Ultimate Infestation. Among them, Malygos Druid is naturally the most suitable form, as it must run Moonfire and Living Roots, and Ultimate Infestation can be used for damage. To increase combo speed, Malygos and other combo decks cut the Oaken Summons package to increase the effectiveness of Jepetto Joybuzz. But, this makes for passive early turns and worse matchups against aggro, as it can only rely on Spreading Plague.

Malygos Druid

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8, Murloc Paladin

Murloc Paladin is also an unpopular but strong deck. The Prismatic Lens variant is unstable, but Murloc Paladin's snowball ability is enough to keep a foothold in Wild, and the Lens is just icing on the cake. The variant without Lens, running Hand of A'dal is another choice. In all, Murloc Paladin is not bad in the meta. Though it is unpopular, its presence cannot be completely ignored.

Prismatic Lens Murloc Paladin

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9, Secret Mage

Though no matter on what server, Secret Mage has the highest winrate, it cannot be denied that at high Legend, its performance is not ideal. When the opponent can guess the secrets, Secret Mage's effectiveness takes a steep discount. And, Secret Mage's floor is relatively low. If only secrets are drawn, but no minions, the opponent can easily occupy the board and take initiative. In the end, losing with an empty hand is normal. But, Secret Mage is the best choice against the recently popular Malygos Druid, so it still has meta significance.

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10, Quest Mage

"Winning means partying with models, losing means going to sea to eke out a living" is even more so the current state of Quest Mage. Currently, the deck relies on Mana Cyclone and Evocation to complete the quest, both of which are inadequately stable, to say nothing of whether they can be drawn on time. Even if they are drawn on time, the generated spells pose great variance. To play the spells effectively, Sorcerer's Apprentice is key. In all, Quest Mage's strength is highly dependent on luck, but its high ceiling earns it players' favor.
On deckbuilding, the current Quest Mage usually runs at least one copy of Questing Explorer for early tempo, with some builds running two. The inclusion of Archmage Vargoth varies from person to person. Most builds run it, but many experts think it is unneeded. Chenvaala is another alternative.

Flamewaker Quest Mage

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11, Spell Token Druid

Token Druid is a deck that has recently become popular, already making an impact at high ranks. Not every deck can play an AOE on time, allowing Spell Token Druid a foothold. Even if its board is cleared, the deck can redevelop with its other copies of Wispering Woods and Glowfly Swarm. To beat the deck, the opponent must clear the board while developing its own board. For example, Reno Priest, a deck with many clears, cannot easily gain board presence itself and must expend clears on even small Druid boards.
Regarding deckbuilding, one variant is pure token, and the other runs Jade Idol.

Jade Spell Token Druid

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Spell Token Druid

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12, Cube Warlock

Though Odd Demon Hunter was nerfed, it has not disappeared, and its key cards against Cube Warlock, namely Mana Burn and Consume Magic, still exist. Until now, Odd Demon Hunter still has a degree of popularity, limiting Cube Warlock's proliferation. Cube Warlock's era has not come, and the flourishing of combo decks like Malygos Druid also suppress Cube Warlock. Therefore, limited by Odd Demon Hunter, and an improving Even Shaman, Cube Warlock is not ideal, and has not returned to tier 1.
As for deckbuilding, to counter aggro, Dark Skies is very important, so two copies must be run. Demons can be run based on personal preference. Aside from conventional ideas, a list here runs Molten Giants for a more anti-aggro approach.

Egg Cube Warlock

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Molten Giant Cube Warlock

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13, Jade Druid

Due to the rise of Malygos and Spell Token Druid, Jade Druid's playrate has gradually fallen. Though the deck has a definite strength, it is worse in an era of the rise of combo Druid decks.

Jade Druid

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14, Big Priest

Big Priest's meta position is similar to that of Odd Warrior, both eating aggro, only not as extreme. It has fewer unwinnable matchups than Odd Warrior. Also, Big Priest has proactive plays, so in actual games, it beats aggro, but it can win much faster than Odd Warrior. In the time it takes Odd Warrior to win one game, Big Priest may already have won two. If one does not trust their bladder but also wants to beat aggro, Big Priest is a good choice.

Big Priest

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15, Reno Hunter

The nerf of Scavenger's Ingenuity was not a mortal blow to Reno Hunter. It can only be said that a non-key card was nerfed to a normal power level. Currently, Reno Hunter's specialty is its high number of Rush minions, indicating an advantage against small opposing boards. Against large boards, it can only rely on Zephrys. Reno Hunter's offensive depends on its draw. As a deck with a relatively high curve, it often has passive turns. Only by spending all its mana can it organize an offense. As it often cannot apply early pressure, and can only begin to apply pressure by turn 5, Reno Hunter is slightly unfavored against other slow decks.

Reno Hunter

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16, Galakrond Warrior

Though Galakrond Warrior is not as good as Pirate Warrior in the current meta, it can be said to be a lower quality substitute. But being a substitute for the strongest deck is nothing to be ashamed of. As the saying goes, even a starving camel is larger than a horse. Though it is not as strong as Pirate Warrior, it is still a strong aggro deck. The tempo advantages of the Pirate package are clearly evident, allowing the deck not to be heavily unfavored against other aggro. And, the deck's value means that it is not powerless even if its early board is cleared. But, Galakrond Warrior's inherent flaws are clear. Owing to curve problems, it is relatively easy to have passive early turns. Wild does not accept aggro decks with passive early game, as that is halfway to surrender.

Galakrond Warrior

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17, Reno Warlock

Reno Warlock's orthodox build is N'Zoth, but both Malygos and Leeroy variants have come to the cutting edge of the meta. N'Zoth Reno Warlock has relatively better defensive capability and value; against combo decks, it can rely on Dirty Rat and taunts to win. But Malygos and Leeroy Reno Warlock are more midrange, opportunistically pairing with burst damage to win, but also lacking value. In all, Reno Warlock has a foothold in the meta. Relatively speaking, it is a deck that can slowly creep up.

Malygos Reno Warlock

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N'Zoth Reno Warlock

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18, Mech Paladin

Mech Paladin, god of low ranks! This expansion's Mech Paladin has included a copy of Replicat-o-tron; once board initiative is gained, a greater threat is posed to the opponent, who cannot easily clear. But, Mech Paladin is historically unfavored against other aggro. In higher ranks, where aggro is rampant, it is definitely unfavored.

Mech Paladin

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19, Odd Warrior

It can be said, Odd Warrior's polarization makes any scoring of the deck useless. Against aggro, Odd Warrior is a tier 0 deck. Against combo and slow decks, Odd Warrior's score is 0. Baku screams, and the opponent flees.
As for deckbuilding, Coldlight Oracle and Deathlord are two contested inclusions. Deathlord is better against aggro and Malygos Druid. To further counter Malygos Druid, Bulwark of Azzinoth is recommended.

Odd Warrior

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Mech Odd Warrior

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20, Odd Paladin

Pirate Warrior and Even Shaman are bad news for Odd Paladin. A meta filled with Pirate Warrior is torment for Odd Paladin. Though the deck's favored matchups are not few, those advantages are not enough to overcome the heavily unfavored matchups against Pirate Warrior and Even Shaman.

Pirate Odd Paladin

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21, Odd Rogue

In the current meta, Odd Rogue is strong against all other aggro decks, with the exception of Pirate Warrior. But its weakness is its inability to defeat slow decks, whether it is Druid with Oaken Summons, Odd Warrior, highlander decks, or Cube Warlock. The main problem is that Odd Rogue is not aggressive enough, as it has a greater ability to clear the board. In addition, the dilution of the Lackey pool from EVIL Miscreant is a problem. There is now a lower chance to get tempo Lackeys, with Draconic Lackey being the lifelong enemy of the Lackey pool.

Odd Rogue

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22, Even Warlock

Even Warlock can be said to have almost no popularity, but the deck is not weak. It is not strong enough to be popular. Regarding its level of fun, there is no streamer effect, but rather, Reno Even Warlock has been popularized by a streamer. But Reno Even Warlock is not as strong as Even Warlock and Semi-Reno Even Warlock.

Even Warlock

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23, Reno Priest

After the rise of Pirate Warrior, the last Reno Priest also turned to Pirate Warrior (specifically referring to streamer 老中医). In fact, many meta changes are unfavorable to Reno Priest: Bomb Pirate Warrior, Reno Quest Mage's revival, and Malygos Druid's attractiveness. Every combo deck is favored against Reno Priest.

Reno Priest

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24, N'Zoth Reno Mage

After the nerf to the unparalleled Quest Mage, highlander decks began to be able to gain a foothold in the meta. Though N'Zoth Reno Mage is not particularly strong, it is at least a tier 2 deck that can climb. It is also relatively fun, so its popularity is not unusual.

N'Zoth Reno Mage

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25, Kingsbane Rogue

Though Kingsbane Rogue has almost no popularity, it is after all one of the two playable Rogue decks. As for deck quality, Kingsbane Rogue has essentially been completely replaced by Pirate Warrior. Compared to Kingsbane Rogue, Pirate Warrior has higher tempo, twice the number of Ship's Cannons (referring to Skybarge), roughly similar stamina, and it also beats Kingsbane Rogue. Kingsbane Rogue's low popularity is completely normal.

Fal'dorei Strider Kingsbane Rogue

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26, Big Shaman

Big Shaman is a deck that arose and became popular after the patch. In truth, Big Shaman's strength has limits, and its offense is inconsistent. Ancestor's Call is relatively luck-dependent. In actuality, in terms of power and stability, Big Shaman is not as good as Big Priest. Any deck with large removal can completely beat Big Shaman. Though opinion in the fora extols Big Shaman, in reality the deck is overrated.

Big Shaman

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List of fun decks!

Hey all! Inspired by the lack of easily found fun decklists I've decided to ask the subreddit to help me make a list of all fun decks that have crazy combos and satisfying finishers. Feel free to comment your suggestions and I'll edit them in!
Standard List:
Wild list:
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On This Date In California Weather History (July 20)

2014: Strong thunderstorms produced flash flooding in Yosemite National Park over
the burn scar from the large Rim Fire that occurred during the summer of 2013.
Debris flows were reported along Granite Creek with around 2" of rain falling in a period of two hours; in fact, over 1.5" fell during the first hour!

2008: Outflow from intense monsoon activity over Arizona ignited strong early morning thunderstorms over the Coachella Valley and desert slopes over the San Jacinto and San Bernardino Mountains. Rain rates with the most intensestorms exceeded 1.25 inches in 30 minutes. Intense runoff resulted in a flash flood thatraced down Eagle Canyon, across Highway 111 and into Cathedral City. Debris consisting of rocks, a fence, mud, and tree limbs caused the closure of Highway 111 and damaged 20 homes.

2006: A thunderstorm tracked across the southwestern portion of Yosemite National Park during the afternoon hours knocking down trees and power lines at El Portal and as well as downing trees along the Wawona Highway. In the Kern County desert, a thunderstorm trekked through in the late afternoon hours causing trees and power lines to fall and even blowing out car windows.
1998: An easterly wave moving over Southern California helped to initiate rare thunderstorms along the San Diego County coast. The storms developed near Vista and moved south to La Jolla and Point Loma. Urban flooding was reported at Mission Beach and Pacific Beach. In addition, lightning strikes set several trees ablaze, struck a Clairemont home and knocked out power to 21,000 homes and businesses in Clairemont and Point Loma.

1998: Severe thunderstorms moved into the Las Vegas Valley and nearby Lake Mead bringing wind gusts in excess of 60 mph and heavy showers which dumped between 1.50" and 2.25" of rain overnight. Several marinas on Lake Mead suffered extensive wind damage and numerous roads were washed out. In the Las Vegas Valley, heavy rain and flooding produced the majority of damage. Major flooding began in the early morning of July 20 and kept washes filled for several hours with numerous swift water rescues performed during the period. One man apparently died of a heart attack while rescue personnel were trying to remove him from his car. Rapidly accumulating water and a clogged drainage system caused the roof of the Palace Station Hotel and Casino to collapse, causing millions of dollars in damage. A few hours later, the same hotel and casino caught fire when it was struck by lightning.
1996: Ben Lomond had a high temperature of 107° F.

1988: A severe thunderstorm developed along the Elsinore Convergence Zone in the Inland Empire. The storm produced a microburst in Perris that damaged or destroyed 3 sailplanes and 31 ultralights. Total damages exceeded $500,000.

1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records. It was 39° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for July. This also occurred two days previous on 7.18 and on the next day 7.21.
1979: Thunderstorms hit Southern California, especially hard in the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains. 1.92" of rain fell in Idyllwild and 1.29" fell in Borrego Springs, each the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.5" of rain fell in Palm Springs, 1.1" fell in Palomar Mountain and 1.09" fell in Big Bear Lake. Around Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage a debris flow killed one and caused $7 million damage. Flash flooding hit hundreds of homes in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and La Quinta. Some residents were swept out of their homes during the night.
1974: A tornado slammed into the southwest side of Hemet. Winds were estimated at over 100 mph.
Three small planes and five gliders were destroyed. Several hangars sustained damage. One person was injured by flying glass from a shattered window. This same storm dropped 2.39" of rain on Hemet in one hour. .

1960: Paso Robles ties its all-time high of 115° F.
1956: A flash flood in northwest Reno, NV, destroyed homes and flooded businesses.
1931: Both Reno, NV, and Carson City, NV, recorded high temperatures of 106° F. Tahoe City registered its all-time record high temperature for the month of July with a reading of 93° F.
1915: An all-time high temperature of 115° F was recorded at Yosemite Valley at the National Park Headquarters (around 4,000 feet in elevation). This was the warmest day in a streak of 7 consecutive days of 110° F or better at Yosemite Valley that extended from July 19th through the 25th.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego
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Quick question regarding health insurance.

Hello everybody. I am interested in getting health insurance. I recently did my taxes and my tax guy told me I need to get health insurance ASAP before I have to pay a penalty in 2018. I am a 21 year old single male living by myself in Hemet, CA. I don't talk to my mother and my father is retired which resulted in me no longer having coverage. I make $2,000 a month and I work part-time as a valet runner at a casino. Unfortunately my employer does not provide health insurance to part-time employees. So that's where I'm stuck.. I am absolutely clueless when it comes to acquiring a health insurance plan and I have no idea where to start. Thanks for reading, any help is much appreciated.
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r/hearthstone's take on Karazhan

Greetings, friends. I really loved u/acenair836's Old Gods posts, so I've decided to rip them off. Hopefully we can all chuckle and think a little and Purify our minds of these memes.
I've nabbed these from The Marvelous Pre-Release Card Chart and discussion threads by u/Nostalgia37, and the reveal threads compiled by u/Niklink, with some editing for the sake of post formatting.
I leaned a little bit towards more comedic comments than real analysis, but hopefully there's enough of both for everyone. I also did more than 2 if there were lots of comments that really stood out. Lastly, these shall be done alphabetically, because I'm annoying like that. Without further ado:
Arcane Anomaly
Arcane Giant
Arcanosmith
Avian Watcher
Babbling Book
Barnes
Book Wyrm
Cat Trick
Cloaked Huntress
Deadly Fork
Enchanted Raven
Ethereal Peddler
Firelands Portal
Fool's Bane
Ironforge Portal
Ivory Knight
Kara Kazham!
Kindly Grandmother
Maelstrom Portal
Malchezaar's Imp
Medivh, the Guardian
Medivh's Valet
Menagerie Magician
Menagerie Warden
Moat Lurker
Moonglade Portal
Moroes
Netherspite Historian
Nightbane Templar
Onyx Bishop
Pantry Spider
Pompous Thespian
Priest of the Feast
Prince Malchezaar
Protect the King!
Purify
Runic Egg
Silvermoon Portal
Silverware Golem
Spirit Claws
Swashburglar
The Curator
Violet Illusionist
Wicked Witchdoctor
Zoobot
Final Thoughts
Whoo! Thanks for reading, everyone. That was both a lot of work and a lot of fun.
Positive Send-Off
  • "Set is good. Many of these cards will be played in standard and wild. Some very good tempo cards in this adventure." — u/
  • "Yeah. Everybody's moaning but I'm actually really excited to play around with lots of this stuff." — u/TenebraeOmega
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On This Date In California Weather History (July 20)

2014: Strong thunderstorms produced flash flooding in Yosemite National Park over the burn scar from the large Rim Fire that occurred during the summer of 2013. Debris flows were reported along Granite Creek with around 2" of rain falling in a period of two hours; in fact, over 1.5" fell during the first hour!
2008: A rare early morning thunderstorm hit the Coachella Valley. On the edge of the storm in Cathedral City, 1.25" of rain fell in 30 minutes. 15 to 20 businesses and several homes were damaged at a trailer home park. Highway 111 was closed because of mud and rocks.
2006: A thunderstorm tracked across the southwestern portion of Yosemite National Park during the afternoon hours knocking down trees and power lines at El Portal and as well as downing trees along the Wawona Highway. In the Kern County desert, a thunderstorm trekked through in the late afternoon hours causing trees and power lines to fall and even blowing out car windows.
1998: Heavy thunderstorms caused flooding at Mission Beach and at Barton Flats in the San Bernardino Mountains. Lightning sparked at least five fires in San Diego County. Strikes also hit a Clairemont home, and two trees in Pacific Beach. Lightning also caused a few power outages.
1998: Heavy rain and a clogged drainage system caused the roof of the Palace Station Casino in Las Vegas, NV, to collapse. A few hours later, the same casino caught fire after lightning struck it.
1996: Ben Lomond had a high temperature of 107° F.
1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records. It was 39° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for July. This also occurred two days previous on 7.18 and on the next day 7.21.
1979: Thunderstorms hit Southern California, especially hard in the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains. 1.92" of rain fell in Idyllwild and 1.29" fell in Borrego Springs, each the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.5" of rain fell in Palm Springs, 1.1" fell in Palomar Mountain and 1.09" fell in Big Bear Lake. Around Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage a debris flow killed one and caused $7 million damage. Flash flooding hit hundreds of homes in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and La Quinta. Some residents were swept out of their homes during the night.
1974: A tornado in Hemet caused property damage.
1960: Paso Robles ties its all-time high of 115° F.
1956: A flash flood in northwest Reno, NV, destroyed homes and flooded businesses.
1931: Both Reno, NV, and Carson City, NV, recorded high temperatures of 106° F. Tahoe City registered its all-time record high temperature for the month of July with a reading of 93° F.
1915: An all-time high temperature of 115° F was recorded at Yosemite Valley at the National Park Headquarters (around 4,000 feet in elevation). This was the warmest day in a streak of 7 consecutive days of 110° F or better at Yosemite Valley that extended from July 19th through the 25th.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego
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On This Date In California Weather History (July 20)

2014: Strong thunderstorms produced flash flooding in Yosemite National Park over the burn scar from the large Rim Fire that occurred during the summer of 2013. Debris flows were reported along Granite Creek with around 2" of rain falling in a period of two hours; in fact, over 1.5" fell during the first hour!
2008: A rare early morning thunderstorm hit the Coachella Valley. On the edge of the storm in Cathedral City, 1.25" of rain fell in 30 minutes. 15 to 20 businesses and several homes were damaged at a trailer home park. Highway 111 was closed because of mud and rocks.
2006: A thunderstorm tracked across the southwestern portion of Yosemite National Park during the afternoon hours knocking down trees and power lines at El Portal and as well as downing trees along the Wawona Highway. In the Kern County desert, a thunderstorm trekked through in the late afternoon hours causing trees and power lines to fall and even blowing out car windows.
1998: Heavy thunderstorms caused flooding at Mission Beach and at Barton Flats in the San Bernardino Mountains. Lightning sparked at least five fires in San Diego County. Strikes also hit a Clairemont home, and two trees in Pacific Beach. Lightning also caused a few power outages.
1998: Heavy rain and a clogged drainage system caused the roof of the Palace Station Casino in Las Vegas, NV, to collapse. A few hours later, the same casino caught fire after lightning struck it. 1996: Ben Lomond had a high temperature of 107° F.
1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records. It was 39° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for July. This also occurred two days previous on 7.18 and on the next day 7.21.
1979: Thunderstorms hit Southern California, especially hard in the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains. 1.92" of rain fell in Idyllwild and 1.29" fell in Borrego Springs, each the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.5" of rain fell in Palm Springs, 1.1" fell in Palomar Mountain and 1.09" fell in Big Bear Lake. Around Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage a debris flow killed one and caused $7 million damage. Flash flooding hit hundreds of homes in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and La Quinta. Some residents were swept out of their homes during the night.
1974: A tornado in Hemet caused property damage.
1960: Paso Robles ties its all-time high of 115° F.
1956: A flash flood in northwest Reno, NV, destroyed homes and flooded businesses.
1931: Both Reno, NV, and Carson City, NV, recorded high temperatures of 106° F. Tahoe City registered its all-time record high temperature for the month of July with a reading of 93° F.
1915: An all-time high temperature of 115° F was recorded at Yosemite Valley at the National Park Headquarters (around 4,000 feet in elevation). This was the warmest day in a streak of 7 consecutive days of 110° F or better at Yosemite Valley that extended from July 19th through the 25th.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego
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On This Date In California Weather History (July 20)

2008: A rare early morning thunderstorm hit the Coachella Valley. On the edge of the storm in Cathedral City, 1.25" of rain fell in 30 minutes. 15 to 20 businesses and several homes were damaged at a trailer home park. Highway 111 was closed because of mud and rocks.
2006: A thunderstorm tracked across the southwestern portion of Yosemite National Park during the afternoon hours knocking down trees and power lines at El Portal and as well as downing trees along the Wawona Highway. In the Kern County desert, a thunderstorm trekked through in the late afternoon hours causing trees and power lines to fall and even blowing out car windows.
1998: Heavy thunderstorms caused flooding at Mission Beach and at Barton Flats in the San Bernardino Mountains. Lightning sparked at least five fires in San Diego County. Strikes also hit a Clairemont home, and two trees in Pacific Beach. Lightning also caused a few power outages.
1998: Heavy rain and a clogged drainage system caused the roof of the Palace Station Casino in Las Vegas, NV, to collapse. A few hours later, the same casino caught fire after lightning struck it.
1996: Ben Lomond had a high temperature of 107° F.
1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records. It was 39° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for July. This also occurred two days previous on 7.18 and on the next day 7.21.
1979: Thunderstorms hit Southern California, especially hard in the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains. 1.92" of rain fell in Idyllwild and 1.29" fell in Borrego Springs, each the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.5" of rain fell in Palm Springs, 1.1" fell in Palomar Mountain and 1.09" fell in Big Bear Lake. Around Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage a debris flow killed one and caused $7 million damage. Flash flooding hit hundreds of homes in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and La Quinta. Some residents were swept out of their homes during the night.
1974: A tornado in Hemet caused property damage.
1960: Paso Robles ties its all-time high of 115° F.
1956: A flash flood in northwest Reno, NV, destroyed homes and flooded businesses.
1931: Both Reno, NV, and Carson City, NV, recorded high temperatures of 106° F. Tahoe City registered its all-time record high temperature for the month of July with a reading of 93° F.
1915: An all-time high temperature of 115° F was recorded at Yosemite Valley at the National Park Headquarters (around 4,000 feet in elevation). This was the warmest day in a streak of 7 consecutive days of 110° F or better at Yosemite Valley that extended from July 19th through the 25th.
1905: The high temperature at Lovelock, NV, was 107° F.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego
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