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I'm getting ready to tar my small wooden fishing boat. the only problem is I need a better tool, right now im using a piece of cast iron [cut from a pan] sticking it in a fire, and heating the wood sections.. moving it back into the fire, placing the hard ground resin on the boats planking, and moving the hot iron back over top, making sure it soaks down into the wood.

I was thinking of maybe of using a cloths iron, but Ive yet to find one that sits around 500 degrees. to resin turns liquid/soft at 400 degrees, but I need extra temperature due to the drop that's...
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>>997373
Rent one of the flame throwers they use for roofing.
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>>997378
I borrowed one, and tried on a few test pieces, I kept charring the edges of the wood planks, and it looked like crap.
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Bump because i need help still.

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>>997238
and?
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>>997832

That's not Sage and Onion and that's no chicken you're stuffing either...
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>>997832
is that stinging nettle?

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Stupid /diy/ shit you've done?

>building a small portable speaker
>it's been a while since doing anything diy
>sperging out on the hot glue
>stick 3 18650s in there for muh battery life
>now it's too fucking big

Need to go home and undo it all.
Pic related.
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This is how big I was hoping it would be.
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Small lichtenberg figures and rebuilding my tesla coil. Can post some pics if people are interested
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>>996294
How is that stupid? Looks pretty cool imo

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How do I run ethernet cables from one floor to another through the wall?

Do I have to cut a giant hole in the dry wall like pic related?
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You could look for a compatible conduit to piggyback off of. My apartment had an old TV feed from the rooftop antenna embedded in a solid concrete wall. It had already been cut and a cable TV line run in its place, so I ripped out the last remnant of the old cable and ran cat5e in its place. You can get dual-port faceplates for coaxial and RJ45, so you don't actually need to make any holes in your walls.
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>>995405
What is ceiling like on the floor below? If you can access the ceiling space of the lower floor, you an drill up from below and then you only need a tiny hole which you can fish the cable through.
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got bright red cat5 running corner of a room downstairs/up, through ceiling- was temporary, then room got painted anyway, cable got painted over - can more or less no longer see desu, unless you know its there.

Lot less hassle than your pic related, depends on your autism scale.

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I really really really like slings.

What's the best material I can make one out of?
The ones in pic related are made out of sisal; a natural plant fiber from an agave plant. Balleric slings are made out of this.
But I feel I can shoot harder with a fucking sling made out of yarn! Wtf?
Anyway, anyone likes slings?
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I made two recently just like your pic with the red rock. A short and a long.

Fun times, when i go camping this summer ill show some friends how to make and then throw shot in the woods.

Yarn makes sense because it has some stretch.
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>>994808
First thing that came to my mind was Paracord, because I have a ton of it laying around from when I was big into it.

I have no experience with slings though, and there isnt a whole lot of give in paracord.

Do it need a lot of give in the material?
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>>994866
No, not really. I believe paracord is usually the most popular material for 'modern' slings.

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So does anyone use Kodi? Had a coworker rant and rave about it since he discovered it last month and when I eventually rebuild my system I was going to go Plex. However he's telling me this offers more with open source, web access, customizable "smart folders" and extensions for specific things (about anything anyone could want so he says).

Just wanted to see if anyone here's tried it?
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i use it a lot, it has great functionality
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i use it.
but just for shits and giggles...
you should ask /g/
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Ausfag here. My adsl2+ has slowed to the point where I can no longer watch Netflix (fuck you Telstra). Enter Kodi with the Exodus add-on. Now I can download overnight and watch when I want. Have it runnin on PC, android phone, tv box and macbook. will probably also load it on the ipad via the macbook.

Fucking awesome.

It's virus free and free - try it!

My girlfriend gets... quite heated in saunas. In Swedish saunas, where the temp is slowly increased until you physically can't take it, she gets absurdly aroused.

We don't really have any access whatsoever to one currently, and especially not one we could do things in/near. Is there a way to improvise that kind of environment? We already tried just running a shower and she said steam rooms don't do much for her. She's just really into heat. Even if it's not a sauna per se, anything that can kind of trigger that extreme arousal would be killer....
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>>992784
You are not an experienced enough /DIY/er to unlock the answer to this question. Please come back when you have reached level 28.
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>>992790

I'm not looking to injure myself by reconstructing something dangerous.

I was looking for brainstorming on ideas that could help replicate heatin up my bab.
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>>992784
So are you asking how to build a sauna?!!?!! Or what. What is the issue

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So my RV has formed a sizable crack, about 6-8 inches in length, in it's grey water tank. Unfortunately, (and aggravatingly,) there is not bypass to not use the holding tank and to simply run it into the septic.

As this is being used as a park model (life's tough,) I do not care if it's unable to HOLD water, rather if it able to TRANSFER water.

From my research, the tank is Polyethylene based. What are the recommendations for repairing the bottom of a polyethylene holding tank? Can I use some kind of repair kit or fiberglass tape with some treatment...
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>>997670
I had one do that. Just remove the storage tank and get some shark bites and water line and connect the lines together.
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>>997685
While I COULD indeed do that, what would make for a good temp fix for a few days? Still gotta take a shower and do some dishes without spilling grey water all over my yard.
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>>997670
Poly's a bit of a shit to fix, most common epoxy's will go 'no' and that just leaves plastic welding which is actually a bit tricky if you've not done any before.
Basically- get something like a HDPE bucket, chop out a big area for a patch
Get the blowtorch out and you'll need to heat the plastic tank very quickly, keep the torch moving and don't stop in any one spot... ever.
Once its a bit tacky, put the patch over it and then as above- melt the sides of the patch very quickly...
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Anyway to make a 2.1 rca cable using a 3.5mm connector?
Trying to plug my cellphone directly to a pair of car amps (one stereo and one subwoofer)
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The stereo part was easy to get, but i can't figure out a way to mix the sound from both channels to the subwoofer output without mixing them on the stereo outputs as well.
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>>997541
The only ways I can think of to isolate your sub channel would be to use an optoisolator or an isolation transformer, both of which are gonna need a pre-amp.
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>>997547
Would be something like this?

Hey there, /diy/nosaurs!

So I got my NodeMCU in the mail and I've soldered wires to the pads on my SNES controller.

I'm using the Blynk library and interface to connect to and control the NodeMCU.

Now, in theory, I should be able to press the button on Blynk and it "presses" the button on the controller.

Instead, nothing happens. Not a goddamned thing. I just sit here, mashing digital buttons and nothing happens. I tried to connect to the ground pads and see if that works. Nothing.

Anyone have any ideas as to how to get...
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>>997335
First you need to understand how buttons work.
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>>997355

See, I think you're being a smart-ass, but I never can tell over text.

Nice Dubs by the way.

But I was going to update the thread and say that I connected an NPN transistor to the pads. I connected the collector to the ground pad, the base pad to the pin on the NodeMCU, and the emitter to the actual pad that presses the button on the controller.

Should I be using a PNP transistor for this? I've tried a 2N2222 and a BC547 NPN transistor and they do nothing.

I've even flipped...
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>>997361
Sorry, was being a bit of a smartass.

Is the trace that goes around to all the buttons +V or is it ground? If it's ground, the NPN emitters goes there. If it's +V, the PNP emitter goes there.

What voltage does the NodeMCU put out? You probably want a 1-10k to the base anyway.

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Hello, I bought a drinking horn today from an antique store and some idiot drilled a hole in it, can some one recommend the fastest/cheapest way to fill it out, and wouldn't be noticeable too much? Thank you beforehand.
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meh.....very sharp knife, very fine sandpaper, scrap and sand the horn keeping the shavings and sanding dust in a pile. Tape the inside hole; mix clear 2 part epoxy with shavings and sanding dust and jamb into the hole. Scrape and sand again. Wrap a leather band around where the hole is and wala toenail tasting drinking vessel.

nearly impossible to hale it hidden but can get close
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Jb weld or epoxy and then paint it over with the same color as the horn.

Lowes can match the color for you, and if you know how to jb weld right, it would hardly be noticeable and still hold water.
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>>997119
>>997126

Not OP, but would it still be safe to drink from?

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How do I know if I can drill through glass without breaking it?

I read that if the glass youre drilling is tempered you shouldnt drill it. Pic related, I wanted to drill a hole in a tiny fish bowl that resembles this.
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Someone wants a new bong ^^
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>>996935
I didnt want it to be obvious and get unlimited >DUDE WEED LMAO
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>>996933
Tempered glass is used for things like car windows and panels likely to be bumped in use, which would produce dangerous, large shards if broken if they were normal glass. Fish bowls are not tempered, so drill away. You have the right kind of bit, right?

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I made an App Drawer today
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>>996860

Its terrible

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Hey /diy/ I've been working tirelessly the past few days, trying to hand carve one of these artist's mannequins in the bottom picture. The one I'm making isn't a human model though. I bought a cheap one and took it apart to see how the joints worked, and found out it uses these neat little springs (top pic). The right side is a hook wound into a spring with a taper on the end, and the left side is a hook that has one end bent into a tiny loop. The looped end is inside the tapered part of the spring. This allows the two ends to be twisted around, independently...
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>>996815
taper tension spring
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>>996837
I wasn't finding much by looking for that, mostly just tapered springs with the end loop bent upward. These wouldn't work as the ends can't freely rotate. I drew up >pic related to better explain how the springs worked, but before I could post it, I found a website that mentioned something about a swivel hook end. These turned out to be what I was looking for, swivel hook extension springs.

Thanks a ton for your help, I would never have found them without it. Cheers.
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I don't know where one would buy a doll or two's worth though

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Sup /diy/,
I'm having trouble designing a strong enough handle for the wooden shield in the picture. I've looked at lots of shield handle designs, but I'm unsure if most of them could strap a 20 pound shield to my arm without breaking. Any ideas? Wood is 3/4" poplar.

Also post your swords, shields, polearms, bows, armor, etc. I wanna see em.
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Wow, do you even know what you actually made there? Its a pavise and its not for wearing... It would be set up by an archer to provide cover. I would love to see you try fighting hand to hand with it though, you would get rekt. If you insist, make a rigid d-shaped handle to grip and a thick strap to put your arm through. I think that would be your best bet. Have fun with getting flanked constantly and not being able to do shit about it. If you wanted a high coverage melee shield you should look into Roman designs...
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>>996556
Leather strap affixed to the shield with bolts and washers. Cut out pieces of leather the size of the washers to reinforce the holes.
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>>996556
Biggest shield I can think of which was around 20lb was the larger Roman Scutum the legionnaires used
Basically a handle behind the boss and a few straps for slinging it

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Best way to restore it? I've already used a steel brush on it.
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I'm not sure what your plans are but I would never feel comfortable pressurizing it again.

your probably going to want to scrub it with steel wool or emery cloth and light oil before you prime and paint it if you just want a show and tell piece.
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>>996237
The plan is to have it in my boat/car/bicycle/room/whatever. I think its unused but is it possible to refill it (do people sell that stuff)?
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>>996238
I think anon was getting at is the tank or valve may fail from corrosion. It's a cool wall decoration, but for dependable fire safety, buy a new one. Often found at hardware stores.

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So I had a hail storm blow through about a month ago and did some damage around the place. My AC unit got pretty beat up, granted some of these are probably from rocks in the past.
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>>995996
I started by removing the protective wire cover. A few bolts here and there and she popped right off. Make sure you turn off the breaker to the unit before you start, electricity is nothing to take a chance with.
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Here's a close up of what we need to fix. Golf ball sized hail is a bitch. This isn't the newest unit so I'm sure some of these can be attributed to rocks from a mower over the years, etc. Either way the hail storm was a good motivation to get it fixed. Note the fin is actually broken so we're not going to be able to get it perfect. But we can make it much better than it was.
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>>995998
Picked up an AC comb set from Amazon for about $15 or so. After using it I can say it was definitely a good purchase. My AC unit used the "20 per inch" comb

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I'm going to build my own large format digital camera. It will operate much like a pinhole camera.
But instead of analog film I'm going to use digital light sensors. To push down the price the sensors will be placed in a line, and then the line will be lowered step by step to take the picture in segments. Like a scanner.
And instead of a pinhole I'm going to use a lens, for shallow depth of field and more light.

The problem is resolution. To get as many megapixels as possible I need very small lightsensors and a very large projection.
The smallest...
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>>994806
wow, that seems really cool project, I got something similiar in mind a few months ago, really interested, will follow.

as for ideas, I would suggest making a tiny holes for each and every sensor or try to come up with a software solution later in the process ?
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>as many megapixels
Sorry, your fundamental understanding of "many megapixels" is too limited for this topic. You're better off getting a large piece of photo emulsion paper, and scanning them. By the time you get as many photosensors as you'd need, you'd be better off buying a medium format like the Pentax 645D.
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>>994810
Sorry that probably came off as a little blunt. I'm saving you from heartache of a project you could invest $1,000+ in to get mediocre results. Source: I've tried something very similar in astrophotography, and ended up with a 0.05MP image with ~$500 invested by the school in CCD light sensors.

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Are people these days growing up being unable to do the most simple diy tasks?

From when I was little, I always tried to diy. I used all sorts of tools, even circular saws while still being in elementary school. Later I learned to weld, do electrical stuff, laying bricks and tiles, interior work, did roofs, insulation and piping, inserted doors and windows. I can pretty much build a house with my own hands.

But when I ask the younger generation, people seem to be total failures and want to call someone even for the most simple problems. Connecting a wall outlet?...
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Wats a hammer?
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lot of it maybe due to, the young 'uns (in large parts of Europe anyway) being no longer able to afford purchase cheap starter/fixer upper flat/house/shed/hovel - its all rentals, and that seems to be increasingly 'dont touch anything! - if its bust, call the Landlord!'

I mostly rented privately, and fixed shit when needed myself - but I always rented the kind of places that needed fixing, from the kind of landlords who would tell you in no uncertain terms to fuck off, you asked them to raise a finger. Dunno where the next generation(s) are s'posed to learn to fix anything, when they basically never need to nor get the chance, and even on here, they get advised not to touch shit and call the Landlord, or else get lawyered. As said, no skillz regrettable but maybe not entirely their fault, IMO.
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If it would not be tragic it would be funny that politicians make laws where you are almost in jail for diy, and where you get raided for ordering chemicals, but at the same time want young people to grow up with curiosity and learn from technical hobbies.

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Please can anyone inform me what component pic related is.

Thanks in advance.
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>>994214
Looks like a fuse of some sort
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D0 fuse, 63A
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>>994214
Fuse, 63 Amps maybe.

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I have a Diablo 80 tooth D1080x blade that has gotten dull and covered with sap.

Is it worth trying to sharpen or should I just get a new blade?
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BTW It's for my Ryobi 10" miter saw.
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Cutting green wood with a miter saw?
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http://woodgears.ca/table_saw/sharpening_jig.html

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I want to surprise one of my friends with a homemade pipe. I'm considering concrete as a material. Does anyone have any experiences or thoughts on that?
>tl;dr is it possible to make a concrete weedpipe?
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>>991919
Yes it's possible. I don't know anything about pipes, but I think you'd want to start by making a "mold" of the inside of the pipe, and then form the concrete around that. You'd make the concrete into the approximate shape and then sand and polish it to the desired smoothness
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>>991924
Also, use small aggregate, or even just use mortar, ie sand is the only aggregate
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>>991924
sanding is no option, the mix I use is hard like glass when completely dry
my biggest concern is that it may contain some nasty chemicals

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what can i do with a 2 liter bottle?
a weapon could be cool but i wont use it
and i dont do that garden shit
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>>990207
pissbottle, as is tradition
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>>990209
but of course the traditional piss bottle
but as it turns out im not a lazy cunt and i cant walk to the toilet
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>>990211
>uses 4chan
>not a lazy cunt

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I'm furring my Fursuit head soon and was wondering what is the best way to do it and if there are any tutorials or videos that are helpful.
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I think my gf hotglued patches on and sewed them down. Can't remember exactly but I'm sure you can find tutorials on YouTube, tumblr, and deviant fursites.
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Lots of bleach
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Looks like it would be a very sweaty and uncomfortable endeavor to have sex in that thing

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hi, I'm not sure what board this goes on because the only boards I use are r9k, and k, no bully pls

I recently got a new power supply for my desktop and took out the old one, put in the new one, and plugged in the cables and my computer won't start, YouTube any Google didn't help, any suggestions please?
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>>997032
/g/eetard
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>>997032
Turn the power supply on at the back retard. Also make sure its set to 110 volts.
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>>997032
Not sure if retarded

Try plug the old one in again, if it works, the new one is broken

If it doesn't, your computer is kill

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I'll PayPal your ass $5 if any of you locksmithfags can decode a key from a picture. Blank is BE2 if that helps.
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Slapped it on a scanner, might be easier.
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my bad....
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>>996788
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=decoding+a+key

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It's time to celebrate our heritage.

Bring our yer memes!
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waits for the table to be posted
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I don't have the picture on this phone, but Washington and his men folding the Potomac in an octagonal couch.
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>Folding the Potomac
Fording the Delaware perhaps anon?

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So a couple nights ago my dog woke me up barking at my window, figured he heard the neighbors cat. So I turned on my nightlight to go get him and calm him down, when I heard footsteps running in the grass away from in between our two houses (my room is ground level). I ran out front with my flashlight and saw a figure running around the corner. I came back in, and reluctantly got back to sleep. I've been a little freaked out the past few nights and been trying to think of ways I could my window more secure, without locking it because my room stays warm for a couple hours...
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http://www.amazon.com/Spy-Gear-Lazer-Defense-Network/dp/B00CNNPPAC
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>>996737
>buy airsoft gun
>rig the trigger to an electronic switch
>buy this >>996739
>rig the alarm buzzer to the electronic trigger
>point it towards the entrance
Bonus points if you link it with a webcam to aim the gun by using blob detection algorithms.
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>>996737
The burglar heard your german shepherd, he saw you with you outside with a light.
What incentive would bring him back when there are thousands of other places to rob?

A thief is going to scratch your house off the list I would think, unless you made someone mad enough to want to murder you.

If you insist on keeping the fan in the window, and the window open...

Use something to stop the window from being opened all the way. Buy a 2x6, cut it down and chock the window.
An intruder would have...
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What do you guys think of my coffee table? It's made from 70 year old wood from my barn that was destroyed by a Tornado in March.
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Here is the barn before the tornado

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Opinions on AvE?
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Funny
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>>996290
Not funny.
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A little funny.


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