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86944 wrote (edited )

So, firefox just shat itself and killed all extensions. It also effected tor. thoughts?

I hope no one in a dangerous situation who relies on Tor gets killed because of this.

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86944 wrote

I've been watching I love Lucy in the morning while cooking/eating breakfast. It's interesting just how many gags I recognized from other shows.

There was one where Lucy and Ethel got a job packaging chocolate and the conveyor belt just kept accelerating until they couldn't keep up. I distinctly remember Drake and Josh doing the same gag with a sushi packaging line.

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86944 wrote

Generally positive. Look up gen IV reactor designs.

They solve many problems with our current designs. They have better energy yield, waste products with a half life in the hundreds not thousands of years. Potentially being able to use existing nuclear waste as fuel. Not to mention much safer.

Unfortunately no one wants to put money into nuclear plants so it'll probably never happen.

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86944 wrote

It snowed today. I can't find my snow shovel so I had to use a broom. Now the snow turned to rain, so everything is super muddy.

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86944 wrote

A secular organization would be unlikely to reject someone because they're gay or atheist.

Assuming similar levels of exploitation and corruption I would chose the secular org over the religious one.

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86944 wrote

Chore day for me. Laundry, sweeping, mopping and so on. I mended a favorite pair of jeans too, I've had them since grade 9 and I intend to keep them as long as I can.

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It's a tax on the poor, you don't see wealthy people buying lotto tickets.

I'll admit to playing my states lotto occasionally, the odds are still bad but better than the multi state lotto's.

Also wasn't it mega millions that was above a billion?

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Besides they're anti lgbt agenda the one in my town reportedly refused to help a family after it came out that the dad was an atheist. I'm an atheist and I don't like the religious being in charge of who gets help.

They have lots of skeletons in their closet too.

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Got my car oil sprayed today, well, fluid filmed. gotta keep that rust at bay.

I swear the showers at the gym have 5 minutes of hot water at most, very annoying.

I found some nice waffle thermal shirts at the salvation army thrift store yesterday. If only the salvation army wasn't so terrible.

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Yes I do. I went vegetarian about 3 years ago. I drive efficiently and as little as possible, I carpool to work and keep my emissions equipment functional. I'd love to go car free but it's just not possible at the moment. I line dry clothing whenever possible (also prolongs your clothings life).

I take short showers and turn off the water while soaping up. I switched to a metal DE safety razor and natural loofahs to cut down on plastic.

I know that most emissions are caused mostly by corporations, but I'll be the change I want to see.

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I forgot I was going to link some articles. https://tombuildsstuff.blogspot.com/2013/06/better-box-fan-air-purifier.html

The triangle configuration is important, by increasing the surface area of the filters you decrease air resistance. If you just strap a filter to a fan you won't move much air and will burn out the motor faster than normal.

You might also consider getting some house plants listed on the NASA clean air study. https://www.organiclawndiy.com/2015/03/cost-effective-air-cleaning-plants.html

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