They would custom make it more than likely. I assume the black liquid is oil based and has some type of magnetic metal dust in it, and there's a mechanism in the back with magnets that line up to become the numbers.
This is just my assumption though.
Edit: Looked it up, apparently you can buy one for $8,300.
> They were bullied students who killed the kids who picked on them and then some.
This isn't actually true. Dave Cullen's book <em>Columbine</em> goes into a lot of the myths that came out of Columbine because of the hysterical reporting in the immediate aftermath. Harris in particular was a bully himself, and the FBI concluded he was likely a clinical psychopath.
since the death of r/watchpeopledie I haven't found anything like it on Reddit. However, I found an AMA by the mods of that sub and in those comments I found this and this. If you want gore, go there.
Here's their marketing page regarding phishing.
https://use.opendns.com/ - They also have a simple how-to.
It's just replacing your network's default Domain Name Server (DNS) with OpenDNS. I honestly don't know shit about networking so google is your friend for the rest.
Good questions! First off, welcome to minecraft!
joing this website we need more members new wpd
It seems like you were too late to the party when r/watchpeopledie existed.
Now, however, you can use https://saidit.net/over18?dest=https://saidit.net/s/WatchPeopleDie/&utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app which has the same layout as Reddit, but not owned by Reddit.
Just know that if you do go on here, it’s not meant to joke around and laugh at the death all the time or make masturbation jokes like people here. You have to be respectful and stuff.
I did that last year! My sympathetic client who I had to cancel on that morning turned up the next day with one of these. I wasn't even mad.
The Japanese name of the knife is literally "Soba Cutting Knife" on Amazon. I don't know the traditional name, but it might be just that. There are ALOT of specialized knives used in Japanese cuisine.
There's a couple -
Binary Challenge -
(free with ads)
flippy bit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.q42.flippybitandtheattackofthehexadecimalsfrombase16&hl=en (free, no ads)
If you get good at flippy bit, (24 bugs) you will understand how hexadecimal relates to binary very well. If you get good at Binary Challenge, you will understand how to convert between binary and base 10, as well as hex and base 10.
I ignore octal conversion completely. If you find other ones that are good as well, I would be really interested.