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Chill dude; you could discourage some from posting their projects because they don't need unwarranted criticism, not everyone has thick hide.
Did you hear that Nick is in the hospital?No, what happened?He took his mace to a gunfight.I'm a Thor's hammer sort of guy, but good work on a decorative conversation starter.
Well is there anything wrong with being concerned and doing something about both emissions an deforestation? Both are bad for human kind.
I though maybe we would see a double barrel sling shot to fire off seed bombs. ;)
Worth mentioning life expectancy was much less in ancient times. prior to canning various curing methods where use to preserve meat, and spoilage was pretty evident when it occurs. Fermenting and pickling where used to preserve food including meat Most of those I know who do preserve food at home don't make light of thereat to life botulism ans some e coli pose to human life. After all it's 2016 and human kind has much of this figured out for decades.
downloaded this for future study. No doubt there's a way around having an dynamic IP address. My WISP charges $10 per month extra to have a static IP address, for that money I'd upgrade my Dropbox account. The only advantage to have my own server is that I could store content that would violate the TOS of the commercial cloud storage
As said I'm sure there's a way round having a dynamic IP address, I really don't know how another server can know my new IP address after a power failure or maintenance requires a reconnected to my ISP
In my read of the instructable it seems like the water bath canning process is being used, not pressure canning. t I believe the higher temperatures achieved with pressure canning is desirable when canning meat
A fine looking final result for sure. Downside is that the front looks to be eye level for some kids that will be running around. While it's integral to the overall look, I can think of a way to make it less a hazard. Then again having fully functional eyes, nose and teeth may be overrated ;)
The hazard is really with a child on the saddle that it is for children running around the area where to yoy is placed who could who can run into it face first As for as far out as the toy looks, it's impossible to rationalized away the potential hazard it presents. The first time an adult jams a leg into it the toy is going to be put away in record time.
The hazard isn't really with a child on the saddle that it is for children running around the area where to toy is placed who could who can run into it face first As for as far out as the toy looks, it's impossible to rationalized away the potential hazard it presents. The first time an adult jams a leg into it the toy is going to be put away in record time.
You disply ignorance your self. The available current and the available current are of equal importance. Lethal current can't flow unless the voltage is high enough to overcome the resistance. There are two excellent videos on YouTube that illustrate how inane and dangerous the "its the amps that kill ,not the voltage" chant is. I suggest people look for them. I would list them here, but my bookmarks crashed and I yet to have to restore them all.
The lead photo shows a cell phone being charged. Depending on the emergency public safety agencies will get priority use of the cell phone system. When the genera public gets access it will be for time slots that could be short, plan ahead accordingly. Could be that POTS will be the system you will be able to use to get through to who it is you need to speak to
The reason I retain the land line it's the cell phone circuits that will be overloaded first. I'm sure the cellular system has back up power as well.
Even in most rural areas the phone lines are underground, and are well protected. Except for the occasional freack lighting strike that will find a path to under grounf cables In the event if the switching equipment see this as an off hook condition it will place a higher voltage dial tone signal on the line, no need to wait for someone to call that number
I really don't know who is correct, but respectfully I was left with LOL when you demanded the party you challenged to supply supporting references, when you supplied none in your original challenge comment.. I suppose one shouldn't expect reliable informative comments in many internet comment sections
I adopted the trick with combination wrenches long ago. I found it will require two sizws og carininers to accommodate a full set, because the smaller wenches require a smaller carbiner. I use colors to keep the metric sand SAE sets separated.. I also have a carbiner on my key ring to make hanginh my keys on me pasnts belt key hanger easir.
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