The Obstacle Is The Way Epub Download
: music I forgot to mention before that Melba and I went to a vegan dinner club this past Saturday, and I scored some delicious pumpkin seed tacos. I had a great time, with new friends and more. But in spite of the fact that I went last minute, I did not to go home with the recipe, and thus I have to do a bit of guess work….SALT LAKE CITY — A man who moved here from California to be with his wife was denied a visa and ordered to leave the country over a property dispute with a local resident.
But Justin Vy won’t be forced out of the country.
His wife, Tanya Stephens, came to the Utah Capitol on Thursday morning to officially appeal his order of removal.
“I’m not giving up,” Stephens said. “He’s a wonderful man.”
Vy arrived in Utah with his wife in May, on a two-year, renewable visa.
On Aug. 17, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents came knocking, told him he was not permitted to remain in the country and ordered him to leave.
He and his wife had a short window, 15 days, before the order took effect.
Immigration officials didn’t say what the problem was, but Vy believes it has to do with a long-running local property dispute.
“There’s no crime and he’s not a criminal,” Stephens said.
They plan to keep fighting.
Stephens is now licensed to use the nearly 3-acre farm in Alpine where her husband grew up and raised sheep and goats.
“It is my home,” she said.
She is representing herself — both she and Vy speak Spanish — because she said Utah’s legal system is more friendly to immigrants.
Vy said he and his wife knew they were committing to the state of Utah by moving here. And this is exactly what the couple wants to do.
“I’m here because I really want to have a permanent place,” he said. “There’s just a lot more opportunities here to be able to get ahead in our business than California.”
Utah’s congressional delegation must also approve the stay.
They could vote in favor of it, but it’s unlikely. The decision to grant or deny a visa is up to the Department of Homeland Security.
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Can I remove the “to build or buy” tags from a list of questions?
I just saw a list of questions that were tagged to build or to buy.
Can I remove those tags from the questions in that list?
From a moderator’s perspective, unless you have actual questions (or need followup questions) in the question, the tags are redundant.
If you have a question that needs followup, you can edit the question to add [rebuild] [retro] to make that clear. If you have some followup of your own, you can start a new question asking those questions.
Otherwise, it’s a waste of our time to go though the list, remove the tags, and then edit the questions back in.
Are there any downsides to biasing nearby optocouplers?
I’m using optocouplers to switch voltage at an arbitrary voltage level.
Because I’m using a 1.8V-3.6V ADC, I normally need to bias the output of the optocoupler to about 2.5V.
As some optocouplers have an impedance of up to 50\$\Omega\$, I suspect the inductive kickback to ground when switching will cause some reflection and echo and thus poor SNR.
If I put a resistor of a few 100\$\Omega\$ in parallel with the optocoupler and bias the input to 2.5V instead, would it make any difference?
Rather than ignore the echo effect, you should just add noise immunity to your opto bias circuit.
R1 is there to load the gate, and reduce the switching noise. You’d need to measure the resistance and make a calculation depending on your circuit, but for a few hundred ohms you can just use a few k\$\Omega\$ resistor in the path between 3v and ground.
R2 is there because the gate input will be close to ground, and that reduces circuit noise, but if you’re driving a power-hungry circuit and using a linear resistor, you might want to use