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[-] DanglingFury 19 points 2 weeks ago

One more train* will fix it

[-] DanglingFury 10 points 1 month ago

Grand Wagoneer wishing they had numbers like that

[-] DanglingFury 1 points 1 month ago

O shit is was a layer on the radar. Tdil

[-] DanglingFury 1 points 1 month ago

How do you get forecast on my radar, only has radar for me.

[-] DanglingFury 1 points 1 month ago

Can't find a forecast as good as wunderground and can't find a radar as good as myradar. They live side by side on my phone

[-] DanglingFury 2 points 1 month ago

The dark forest of the Internet is driving this migration of human Internet traffic. It is not a fault but rather a result.

https://youtu.be/JrcbH0ge2WE?si=abGT5LDb7Zk3uo4W

[-] DanglingFury 1 points 2 months ago

If you weren't spending all your money on titties and drinks then maybe you would be somewhere by now

[-] DanglingFury 3 points 3 months ago* (last edited 3 months ago)

Yeah. I have a small pocket knife i carry everywhere, it is stainless. I've had it for years, and frequently bring it in the water with me clipped to my swim suit (incase i need to cut a tangled rope). I wash it like a dish with soap and water, i use it hard and put it away wet, and it has been fine for years and years.

After all this, i took it on a single trip in salt water, it spotted with rust that night.

I also have a Sig P938 SAS which has a stainless slide. I keep that dry and oil it on occasion, and yet that one spotted with rust within a year despite me taking good care of it. Luckily sig replaced the slide but this taught me one good lesson.

Different grades of stainless make it different grades of rust resistant. Kind of like calling IP67 electronics, like the iPhone 7, "waterproof" when they can only really withstand splashing. Some can get dunked, some can't.

[-] DanglingFury 2 points 3 months ago

Public? No officer, i was masturbating on the moon!

[-] DanglingFury 9 points 3 months ago

Death by bukkake. Wonder of the ice cream has a toxic or hallucinogenic property

[-] DanglingFury 6 points 3 months ago* (last edited 3 months ago)

Who could think to develope this scenic mountain range into an industrial complex. It wouldn't be economical to establish utility and transportation infrastructure, let alone the private cost for each facility and the cost of exporting goods. It mkght be eligible for strip mining since you can pop the top and the shit falls right into the hopper while those mountain springs carry all the tailings away for you (see appalachia).

It is much easier to establish an industrial park in a level area, preferable near navigable water. Enter wetlands and low lying coastal forests. Avatar was dead on with this. They make for the most economical places to clear/drain, pave over and exploit. Distance to the port is a major factor in profit margins and long term savings can overcome development costs in shit areas (see New Orleans). Can't stop the work.

[-] DanglingFury 14 points 3 months ago* (last edited 3 months ago)

The forest grows out, gets fat with wood and brush and stuff, then it all dies to a fire or whatever. Something new always rises, and I'm excited for the new growth

Google and netflix and stuff will eventually push people away and people will find something new to do with their time.

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Mail Time!!! (self.lemmyshitpost)
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What days do the warehouses run samples? I've seen it on Friday sometimes but not on Sunday.

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