This awesome book talks about it.
Apparently it was like concentrated jelly the size of a stick of butter.
People also used to cut a hole into a pumpkin a fill it with water and sugar, then seal the hole with paraffin wax. Leave it alone for a while and end up with pumpkin gin.
Folks got wildly creative when they couldn’t just go to the store to buy alcohol.
Every time I see this reposted all I can think about is how it's a remote controlled arm so is it really a robot clicking the button or a person?
There's also alternatives that work without root and use a local VPN instead; they use the same hosts files (blocking is the same) but they will require more resources. Some of them even come with etra features, like an integrated firewall or logging.
My favorite is probably Blokada because of it's load of features but DNS66 is a very good lightweight, simpler alternative.
You can find them all on https://f-droid.org and should only install them from there. F-droid is an Open source App store, meaning that every app (including the app store app itself) is open source, which makes it even more secure and trustworthy than the official Google Playstore imo.
You're absolutely right. Cats need to make a full stretch so that post obviously not tall enough for the cat to use for this purpose. I swear by this scratching post. I had a really long and big cat who destroyed the arms of my couch. It was years of this and I was at a loss about what to do since I had already tried the sticky stuff, sprays, and other posts. Finally I found that post and it was a night and day change in my cat's behavior. He LOVED that post and immediately stopped scratching my couch. He got the full stretch he needed and he loved the texture.
When people say that cats know what they're doing, they're right but it's not spite and it will never be spite. The human just hasn't figured out what it is the cat needs to change their behavior. Cats do things for a reason and it's up to us as caretakers to figure it out to stop the behavior.
It's a re-post from /r/europe
We know the photographer, Janusz Paszyński, and the man is his friend
I'm also Polish, searched the web for it and it's a confirmed information(also, he looks as a typical Pole from '40s).
This photo is even on a book coverage called Everyday life in the shadow of terror: The German occupation in Poland in 1939-1945
Not just some carbon, but a pretty high amount of it. Most steels you use in construction and basically everywhere else aren't even hardenable (<0.3 -0.4% carbon) whereas knife steels will be anywhere from 0.5% all the way up to 3%.
There are specific steels designed for knives that are practically stainless, but these cost a small fortune, i.e: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07F968G3K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_da0nDbM6K1DHN
Steel becomes stainless once you add in chromium as an alloy. Some of the chromium binds with the carbon, but the rest is free to float around and suck up oxygen before the iron can react with it. The more carbon you have, the less free chromium is available. Stainless steel like 316l (food grade) is 0.08% carbon, 16-18% chromium, and 14% nickel. VG10 (high quality Japanese chef knife) is 1% carbon and 15% chromium. VG10 will absolutely rust if you leave it sitting in salty/acidic water for a long time, whereas 316l is basically rust proof.
Most razor blades are AEB-L, which is 1% carbon and only 13.5% chromium.
Viewers I'm about to change your life.
There's a strong STRONG likelihood that the key to that particular nuisance box is a CH751.
Get beyond ballpoint pens and improvised levers- with a CH751 you can have that box open at your beck and call.
And did I mention it works on more than just office HVAC cages? Here is a small list of equipment that was also fitted (and thus, opened) with a CH751:
* Air conditioner units
* Liquor cabinet
* Most RVs
* Gas Pumps
* Soda Fountain
* And a bunch of other shit!
And I'm sure you're wondering how much such a key could cost. I'm sure if it can open so many things it must be expensive. That's the best part- you can get a set of 10 keys, enough for you, your spouse, your work friend, your boss, your baby mama, your dog, that cool guy from the office next door, the intern, your weed guy, and his weed guy, for LESS THAN $8.
[Worth it for the Toilet Paper convenience alone. ](https://www.amazon.com/Southco-CH751-Campers-Cabinets-Locks/dp/B001562UII/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?keywords=ch751&qid=1561386162&s=gateway&sr=8-1)
Typically VPN clients like Private Internet Access
It kinda is: color wheel
Again you read headlines without understanding them.
That attack was for logging keys pressed on PS/2 keyboards (a very old type of keyboard formerly used in desktop computers). Are you plugging a desktop computer into a power strip at the airport and worried someone is going to use it to log your keypresses instead of just, you know, looking at you typing?
The laptop portion was lasers - unrelated.
Read about the actual attack, not just sensationalist headlines:
I actually prefer Shut up Garfield and Realfield because then it just portrays John as he really is: a sad, lonely, delusional man whose only friend is an indifferent cat AKA your average redditor.
God you transgender activists are like a broken record. I should really make a computer program to answer these dumb arguments you use over and over again.
Do they speak English in those cultures? No? So why are you using them them as an example to tell me what the English word "gender" means?
Besides, we are discussing whether a person is a man or a woman in this conversation. A "man" is an adult human male. A "woman" is an adult human female. These are biological facts. The state of being male or female has nothing to do with a person's feelings, desires, or thought patterns, nor does it have to do with their place in society except to sexists.
Oh I think you are misunderstanding something here, but I don't blame you. The 'ue' in 'Kuehlmittel' is an alternative way to spell the letter 'ü'. You don't pronounce it like the 'oo' in 'coolant'.
I can't explain it in text, so here is a link. You can click on the little speaker button and it will show you how it is pronounced.
I use https://pi-hole.net/
You basically set up a raspberry pi (or in my case an orange pi but pretty much anything that'll run linux will do) as a local dns server and it reroutes all ad domains to a black hole. It works for all devices including smart tvs unless they have hard coded dns built in.
You can get it to work while on mobile data by setting up a VPN as well but I'm only doing mine locally.
> It allows for equalization of air pressure between the inside and outside of the drive. While it is not a complete pass-through of outside air into the HDD internals, there is a filter inside the hole that allows the air pressure to equalize.
> If the drive were completely sealed, operating at altitudes significantly different from those the drive was manufactured and sealed at, it would cause problems and increase the likelihood of catastrophic failures.
> If the air density is too low, then there is not enough lift for the flying head, so the head gets too close to the disk, and there is a risk of head crashes and data loss. Specially manufactured sealed and pressurized disks are needed for reliable high-altitude operation, above about 3,000 m (9,800 ft).
> Trump then uninvited them citing kneeling for the anthem and the Eagles posted a response not even acknowledging Trump. Also of note the Eagles never knelt for a national anthem this year.
I was trying to get a source on that because it just sounds so ridiculous, but even this article is all over the place.
It says "none of the players on the Eagles team that won the Super Bowl took a knee during the anthem during the regular season" and also that in regard to waiting in the locker room "The Eagles have not stayed in the locker room as a means of protesting the anthem."
But then in the next paragraph "Players on the Eagles are some of the most outspoken social justice activists in the NFL, and multiple players took part in the protests during the anthem over the last two seasons".
So did they take part or not? Did they only take part last season and not this season and people are just mincing words over whether or not they were involved. Honestly the whole thing is a giant who really cares, but when one group is calling out another it would be nice to be working with facts and not half truths.
I use a paid VPN called Private Internet Access. There are free ones out there, but I wouldn't trust them. Both because they're probably selling your information/activity and because their services usually aren't very reliable.
I downloaded Gyazo, It's a lightweight program that can take gif videos of anything on screen (What ever you select in the box) and standard screenshots, then automatically uploads.
Let's not forget the senior vice president considering making a team to "dig up dirt on its critics in the media" or their tracking scandal . Ride sharing is a cool idea but Uber is shady as fuck.
Best performing windows laptop out there actually: http://www.cnet.com/news/macbook-pro-declared-best-performing-windows-laptop/
BTW, I'm also a Steam traitor. I really don't want to wait 2-20 years for the latest games to be released on OSX. So bootcamp into Windows 8.1 it is.
Gay-meaning-homosexual, and homosexual itself, are both adjectives as well as nouns.
In fact, using them as nouns is pretty uncool.
Also, here is a thesaurus listing homosexual under the adjective "gay".
Apparently not, but they share a root, the Italian medaglia.
But that's way more than you get for equivalent streams through YouTube, about 4.5 times more, so does that make watching a YouTube video 4.5x more stealy?
This is correct, I wrote a Final for MGT 497 on this company and it's mergers and acquisitions from the beginning: Strategic Technology Plan - Reddit.com
>Reddit.com was formed by two individuals, Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian, in 2005 and had user traffic of about 12,000 people a day at the time that this Guardian article was written (Adams, 2005). Reddit then merged with Infogami by early 2006 and later that year, the site’s popularity attracted the attention of Condé Nast, which promptly acquired Reddit’s newly formed parent company, Not a Bug. Writing on the site’s own blog, Erik Martin said, “When Reddit was acquired in October 2006 by Condé Nast, it was receiving about 700k page views per day. Now, Reddit routinely gets that much traffic in 15 minutes” (Martin, 2011). Not until 2011 did Reddit become its own subsidiary under Condé Nast’s parent company, Advance Publications.
Quora and a couple of other places https://www.quora.com/In-Indian-households-in-order-to-remove-the-bitterness-of-a-cucumber-a-slice-from-either-side-is-cut-and-rubbed-to-produce-a-white-scummy-paste-the-bitterness-Does-this-make-any-sense
Was going to post a link to an awesome TIL post about Ben, but when I searched for "TIL Ben Franklin" it was a freaking jackpot
(The one I saw was TIL Ben Franklin was not allowed to author the constitution because everyone thought he would insert a joke in the text... or something along those lines)
> Two hands placed firmly together, meaning please or thank you in Japanese culture. Other common uses for this character include prayer/praying hands, or a high-five.
> Folded Hands was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 under the name “Person With Folded Hands” and added to Emoji 1.0in 2015.
Have you seen colgates new Elixir toothpaste? I tried to find out what was so special about it. The only difference between it and the regular stuff is that the Elixir bottle comes "with a patented dreamtube™ technology that helps you squeeze out every drop."
It's just toothpaste with LiquiGlide, a liquid-impregnated coating that acts as a slippery barrier between a surface and a viscous liquid. Applied inside a condiment bottle.
I didn't say anything about games, but Boot Camp would run many games just fine. It's not emulation. It boots into a full Windows install, just like on a true Windows machine. Only the other two are emulation. Just like I just said.
How well the games run depends on the hardware after that, just like they would on a Windows laptop, but it's not at a disadvantage, it's not OSX emulating Windows, it's restarting into a full on Windows machine.
Have you never heard of Boot Camp before?
Died by rattlesnake bite. When asked how he felt after the bite he said, "I've never felt better in my life."
-Guy Standing lying, while laying.
Oh this is gonna be fun. You think that 2K monitor is gonna have the rest of the computer, dumb fuck? Or that Windows will even have support for high-DPI modes without ugly-ass scaling? Holy hell with a brain like that, for your sake I hope you don't actually get deployed anywhere.
Go on grunty, find us anything with similar specs for much cheaper.
OKAY PEOPLE STAND BACK I GOT THIS RETARD
Pardon me kind gentlesir but I couldn't help but marvel when I spied you hawking merchandise equivalent to these specs (or these for that matter) for much fewer coin. "My word!" I ejaculated, "that is a most beguiling bargain indeed, or my name isn't Jonathan Rossette."
Before I scamper to inform the missus, may I be so bold as to inquire where you acquired them from, and whether they come with a operating mechanism superior to the windows currently installed in my house, that also happens to be costless to enhance every year and will remain so for the foreseeable future?
These guys are touring again! (Sorry for the unofficial link, it's the only one I can find.)
I'm going to see them in february, looking forward to it.
The image gets re compressed whenever folks upload it so as it gets downloaded and uploaded across sites (or if it was saved via an image editor rather than just copying the raw file), it experiences some amount of data degradation every time. This page explains it better than me.
Thanks for the reply!
I tried DNS66 as well now and it's nowhere near as effective as Adguard or even Blokada/Adclear. I even tried to activate more filters under settings and still saw ads in some apps.
I also signed up for the Adguard newsletter. I wouldn't mind paying for the service but I loathe recurring payment situations and the normal yearly price seems kind of exorbitant. Solid advice to wait for a sale.
It wasn't easy to sign up. I eventually found a link to get a free one year license by getting four other people to download and use the app but that was after much searching. Signing up there gives you an automatic subscription to the newsletter.
Here's the link i used in case anyone is interested.
I've spent a lot of time trying to figure out what the song is:
It sounds hilarious and the only information I can find is here. How is this song so rare, even to google? How does it end up in this movie?
Im gonna drop this here.
Sorry for the unintentional advertisement Huion Q11K (it's on discount tho but it was like that at the beginning of the year too) and I can confirm it's really good not saying it's better than an Apple because I only tried a friend's iPad Pro once but I really don't think it matters so much if it does the job right. I draw as hobby so I can also not form a professional opinion about it. It seems unhandy but you get used to looking at the screen while drawing.
Drying racks like these are pretty nifty and fold up so they don't take up much space.
This picture is also included in 3 out of 8 of the Amazon reviews.
The Reddit app I use, Relay for reddit, has an XKCD viewer built in. It looks like this, you can swipe the text box down to get it off of your screen
Got it on Amazon, but it looks like it's unavailable now.
have you tried Feather amazing, but annoyingly expensive
Douglas Adams beat him to it. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy trilogy has five books. (The halfway decent fanfiction published a few years ago doesn't count.)
MSRP for a lot of knives is way higher than what they actually sell for.
Some tridents are even less on BladeHQ.
People can want change while still appreciating what they have. Was it unappreciative for people to want capitalism while feudalism and mercantilism were still the norm? Was it unappreciative for slaves to want to be free? The whole point of what Marx said was that capitalism was necessary and good in its way, and that it like the systems before it would out of simple necessity give way to whatever system would follow it.
>Ever expanding landscape of products
Yes, thank God we have things like the snuggie and thirty thousand different knockoff flappy bird clones. Without such a diverse and competitive system, how else would we Real Gangster Crime