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    Yes, fun. Thanks I needed that. Roofless, windshield-less, overheating and valet parked in Vegas. "You got the key?" Totally backed up with their Walter-White mobile, yet no spare tire. So the big man calls mom to use her AAA. I love America.

    That guy looks like a covid case waiting to happen.
    No way Pirate. The A.M.A., which is profiting handsomely from this man-made 'pandemic', would like us all to be ectomorph body-types, something between Chinamen & cadavers. There are plenty who are well overweight and still quite healthy, active & fit. Then there are the flabby obese phenomenons who shop at the WalMart in a sweatsuit with their hair in curlers and park it in a couch in front of the big screen washing down buckets of chips & Fritos with gallons of sugared soda. Which obese type do you think invites a festering cauldron of viral soup to grow in said corpus?

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    The hobbit goes over his 5 yrs of building , a property summary - I started following the hobbit when he was about mid way to the small house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeyWestPirate View Post
    That guy looks like a covid case waiting to happen.


    That was fun. Did he say what he paid for it ?
    Not that I'm going to buy one

    Yea - He's a big boy.

    He did not say, it even seems to allude at times that they are giving them away
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    Like my 2 1\2 ton army truck,, which i loved,,
    this is a casé of
    "be careful what you wish for "

    Still,, driving a HumVee around Estelí traffic would make a statement, like,,

    "That guy is nuts "

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeyWestPirate View Post
    Still,, driving a HumVee around Estelí traffic would make a statement, like,,

    "That guy is nuts "
    there are 2 in Esteli, surprised you haven't seen them, I like the yellow one, pretty decked out

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    This election (Sept 20) we decided to vote by mail. Don lays out how you can register, receive fill out and then package your vote.


    Chilo is going to send the link to Edward and Daniel to see if they qualify, probably no - Mostlikely they need to go to the Consulate.

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    This guy popped up in the feed today - Originally I was going to toss this one into the Hucksters and highwaymen thread but he appears to be genuine.

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    Hobo now has 100,000+ subscribers and goes over that a bit and his tour of his place.

    Rail fans are some times called "Foamers" up here. It is meant to equate them foaming at the mouth with anything to do with trains. You could say Hobo is a foamer.

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    I had a friend who was nutty about trains,, specifically steam trains.
    He would use his vacations to travel to locations where there were still steam trains operating.

    Quite a few way back then,,

    I was in San Francisco at the time.
    I remember some famous named train brought over from England or Scotland to SF, dinner excursions along the limited trackage along the bay. That was all changing so rapidly at the time, but the city was still quaint, special, almost affordable.

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    Camping with Steve camps beside a police station.

    He is being a little dramatic as the town of Redwater is about as sleepy of an Alberta hamlet as you can find...

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    Another plum from the depths of banality.....Ho, effing hum.
    This has to be the most boring post on the internet.
    Watching a guy eat a chicken leg in a place that no one wants to be.
    Jeesuysus, Bill.....surely you can (and have) do better than this.
    Life's different here ... It's a whole 'nother pace.

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    I'll try

    Getting negative feed back from you I take like praise from others..
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    Seriously, do you post crap like this on your own time or post them while at "work"?
    Life's different here ... It's a whole 'nother pace.

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    Nice contribution to The Real Canada, eh?

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    Some times from the pool of what I watched the evening previously other times from videos as I watch as I compose reports or summaries at work..

    Some people have chimed on Steve's videos before and even one time someone posted one of his camping in a rented van in the winter spots so I thought he was not reviled as much as Lawn mowing Andrew was...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Corn Tom View Post
    Seriously, do you post crap like this on your own time or post them while at "work"?



    Everyone is getting a bit touchy these days. Or Weird. Raro I think is the word.
    Back in the old days you'd say,, "This Covid $h!* is enough to piss off a ChinaMan"
    But you can't say that anymore

    I've been reading up on ivermectin, and am now convinced that I have head lice.


    ME: " Could you get a flashlight and a magnifying glass and check my scalp for lice ?" (easy job,, not much hair).
    Shelley: Obliges, knows better than to argue with dementia. "You don't have head lice"

    Me: "You're sure?"
    Shelley: "You don't have head lice. Do you remember when Yaritza came to live with us?
    She had bad head lice. We all had head lice. I know head lice.
    Remember, I was donating gallon bottles of head lice shampoo to the school
    You don't have head lice "

    Me: "Then why does my head itch ?"
    Shelley: "Because you insist on going around without a hat, and the top of your head is always sunburned"


    Ivermectin was used for 30 years to treat river blindness.
    It was considered a miracle drug, a wonder drug, and Merck donated the drug for that purpose.
    Big Pharma has a heart after all (of course, it was only 2 cents a dose).

    Entire communities were treated bi annually to eliminate the parasite,* and insecticide was used to control the vector.
    A newer drug has supplanted ivermectin to a large extent, requiring only an annual treatment.

    https://www.sightsavers.org/news/201...ess-discovery/



    The Lancet article that I got most of this information from made no mention of emergency rooms filling with ivermectin overdoses.
    Indeed, nothing in the way of side effects was mentioned.


    * Not only for Covid,, this drug could be handy if you eat frequently at a fritanga in Nicaragua.
    Kind of like killing two birds with one stone,, kill Covid, kill intestinal parasites, + no head lice if you take it every week.
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    With 3D printers becoming really cheap (Like $244cdn / $209US) I picked one up on one of those Chinese sites last week, delivered this week.

    I see what they say that most of your fist suite of prints will be improvements to the printer itself.

    Got is all together and did limit set for "home" of all 3 axis last night - Hopefully trim up some of the level and initialize parameters tonight and possibly start printing tonight..

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    I have a slightly different version of this (Ender 5) and have been printing with it for a few months and love it. This is my third printer (5 years) and it is by far the easiest to use and very reliable so far. Most of my "mods" have been cable routing and tidying.

    Use TinkerCAD for design and Creality Slicer for post processing. There ain't nothin you can't do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Corn Tom View Post
    I have a slightly different version of this (Ender 5) and have been printing with it for a few months and love it. This is my third printer (5 years) and it is by far the easiest to use and very reliable so far. Most of my "mods" have been cable routing and tidying.

    Use TinkerCAD for design and Creality Slicer for post processing. There ain't nothin you can't do.



    Show us some stuff. I'm curious.
    Better than wasting my time on Covid

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    Chico goed body surfing down Sumoto Canyon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeyWestPirate View Post
    Show us some stuff. I'm curious.
    Better than wasting my time on Covid
    OK....this is a test.......thanks for the help John.

    Showing a small plastic cleat and a Bimini rail mount for pontoon boats and fruit juicer combo mason jar lid.....squeeze the juice directly into a jar.

    Then a solar panel mount and a strap deckplate for tying things down on boats (I sell about 3000 of these a year) here:https://www.kennedytiedown.com/shop

    Then a garden hose plug, a pvc pipe hinge, a double helix ear ring model for my wife, and a remote control storage / organizer.
    Like I said....There is almost no limit....only your imagination.

    https://www.tinkercad.com/
    https://www.thingiverse.com/
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    This is what i _am_ printing, not what I have printed, for the first test.

    About 20% in on a 6 hr print job says the internets.

    Leveling the bed was an bit of a problem as what came out of the box was way out Chilo thinks I am nuts with the living room set with the a 3rd TV running a Raspberry pi with a fire radio scanner running on that, a 3D printer chugging along and the Laptop farming Chia coins chugging along - Hope to get the printer set up in the guest room to run tomorrow or Sunday.
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    This is the result - I am pretty sure the distortion is from the "X" belt being loose - Just tightened that and started to print the knob for the extruder feeder.

    Amazon delivery of additional material comes this afternoon, they sent about a 1/3 of a lb with it.
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    Alex flies in a 737-200 to north of the 60th parallel. Configured as a combi (Just the AR42 to Corn) it has cargo in front and passengers in back.

    This 737-200 is unique as it has a gravel kit which allows it to land on a gravel runway, which is a majority of runways north of the 60th.

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    Greasy Mullet man goes over how to swap out the feeder on this Ender printer - I actually have a few in a box (I have to find) from my home built parts. My printer failed to print a "Moss Pole"

    A Moss Pole is a 1" 1/2 tube with holes that holds moss to grow tropical plants - My sister states she can sell them for $35 a pop and thumbnail calculation says I can make them for $7 - BUT - The feeder on my printer (which is plastic) starts slipping about 2 hours into the print with the plastic extruder - So have to install the metal one.

    Greasy hair metal dude shows how that is done with calibration.



    Also my 2nd print worked really good. Other than the feeder, I think it set for now - On to printing accessories for the tool
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