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smell and sound proofing a room for as little money as possible by Jenny Crummlehick - Tue, 26 Apr 2016 19:01:06 EST ID:0UgOL/Bu No.37914 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The title says it all. I am about to move in with some people that are nice, but are huge straight asses. I want to be able to at least roll up a joint without them smelling the herb. I'd also like to be able to make love to my noisey girl friend while disrupting their sensitive jimmies as little as possible.
How do you guys suggest going about this?
Love,
a toad.
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Alice Woblingshaw - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 12:19:39 EST ID:HRaXSehe No.38180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Given that most people don't know what weed smells like, I wouldn't worry about that unless you wear DUDEWEEDLMAO apparel.

If you don't want anyone hearing your whore girlfriend then you need to focus on frequencies that would be encountered. You don't need super high and low frequency dampening. First is to block out all places where air freely moves. Air leaks let out TONS of noise. Sealing your new place up with thick caulk and shit will go a VERY long way. Second is density. Blocking out noises that are in the human voice range are somewhat easy as that get trapped faster than low hz frequencies. I'm not exactly sure what would be the best but lining the room which extremely dense packed materials would be idea. Make them definitely a few inches thick too.

Here would be some examples of sound proofing a room.

>Music studio. (This requires trapping the frequencies rather than just stopping them.)
In all the corners of the room you place some extremely dense material at least a foot thick. This soaks up the low end. You can't capture all of it but you can soak up a ton of bass frequencies. While heavy and somewhat expensive, sealed boxes of shingles can be made to be aesthetically and acoustically pleasing.
On all the flat surfaces of the walls you mount some contractor styrofroam siding panels with a bunch of poly fill on front of the foam sheets. From there, you staple a big piece of cloth around it to make it look decent and finished. Then you mount it.
Optimally, you could probably use that weird astro-bead insulation and also use some lead sheets formed in boxes to help fight bass frequencies. This is expensive though.

If you are moving inside a house or apartment with someone and not a separate structure, there is literally no way in hell to soundproof/smellproof a single house with other occupants unless you are the only 2 people in a hotel.
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Jack Fongerlock - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 01:06:48 EST ID:nRTp7DnG No.38183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37914
Burn incense, if they can get used to that, they would smell incense, nothing more
really. Nag champa, whatever.
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Reuben Fizzlebudge - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 01:34:34 EST ID:HRaXSehe No.38184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38183
Buy good incense though because the cheap paki convenience store ones fucking suck and smell like shit.
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Henry Lightstock - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 22:17:35 EST ID:nDY2gEbX No.38186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
craft foam for sound, window fan creating negative pressure for smell.
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Frederick Gommerson - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 14:46:42 EST ID:Yy3by7K3 No.38194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
think two things. negative pressure (google it if you dont know, think sealed fan blowing out window). and carbon filter. get a good air filter, or a couple good ozone filters (carbon filter would work better and be better for your lungs though) also make a sploof (google it) [in short it is a papertowl role stuffed with dryer sheets, blow out hits through it]

do it when they are not home. do one hitter boles, not joints. something you can burn it all in one hit and hot leave any smoldering.

good luck .


Howto Leave the country escape student debt by Rebecca Croffingkot - Wed, 14 Dec 2016 23:16:23 EST ID:hNxW20rE No.38142 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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In USA.
What do
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Basil Blatherfoot - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 21:45:47 EST ID:zkij/XDb No.38181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Step 1: get visa
Step 2: leave
Step 3: watch from afar as your credit rating melts worse than chernobyl
Step 4: lenders sue your parents and take all their money instead
Step 5: come back to usa after you make some dumb mistake overseas
Step 6: everyone in your family hates you for being a cowardly little bitch and dumping your problems on them
Step 7: never be approved for credit ever again
Step 8: die forever alone
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Cyril Fuckingford - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 17:00:40 EST ID:IQLmzlU8 No.38182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This reminds me of Buttcoin Jesus.

https://dollarvigilante.com/blog/2015/01/08/bitcoin-jesus-banned-from-the-us.html
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Doris Pockham - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 14:55:06 EST ID:2Ov87V6Z No.38187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.vice.com/read/what-happens-if-i-dont-pay-my-student-loans-18
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Nathaniel Heckleson - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 03:00:26 EST ID:xRygU34r No.38191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38181
>implying people can take your debt if you didnt have a cosigner
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William Gummerlock - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:06:33 EST ID:zkij/XDb No.38193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38191

>implying any bank in the last 15 years would ever give you a student loan without a cosigner


buying land by Barnaby Binkinshit - Sat, 12 Nov 2016 10:56:45 EST ID:lTRTbdV9 No.38128 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to buy a really large stretch of land far away from cities in the US. I don't really care too much where, but I'd prefer in Georgia.
What are good sites for buying just land?
Love,
anon
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Nathaniel Challerstone - Thu, 24 Nov 2016 00:09:37 EST ID:P+92052L No.38134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38128

How much do you want to buy?
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Phineas Pibbersetch - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 12:41:18 EST ID:ElhLyxQ2 No.38138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
landsofamerica.com

zillow
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Charles Giblingdit - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 22:28:26 EST ID:ElhLyxQ2 No.38170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38138
> trulia.com
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Lillian Gonderfuck - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 12:50:09 EST ID:QWBgBzyP No.38176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>38134
I want to buy multiple hundreds of acres
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Lillian Gonderfuck - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 12:54:12 EST ID:QWBgBzyP No.38177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38170
>>38138
thx doods, much appreciated.
landofamerica.com has been the most useful by far. Found 700+ acre lot for 90 K.


Becoming prime minister of New Zealand by Phoebe Nabberman - Mon, 08 Jun 2015 09:02:21 EST ID:bDbjtT5T No.37512 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Guys, i need to become prime minister.
I feel like it is important to get a wide range of highly educated opinions on the subject. This is why i have chosen the venerable denizens of 420chan to help me in my work.
I currently have no job and have enough money to pay bills for 2 weeks. I can definately find a job pretty easy and i expect to find one in the next week.
Past that, i don't have a university degree and i did averagely in high school.
So now that you've heard what i can bring to the table, i feel like we should get into the nitty gritty of policy, promotion and party politics.
When i assume my position as prime minister, i will grant you all citizenship for your hard work in our righteous fight.
God Defend our Free Land
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Ernest Honeyworth - Sat, 13 Jun 2015 10:52:00 EST ID:fZyRPNVq No.37519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37512
When's the next election? DO you want to rise through the ranks of a major party? Or do you want to start a party? Maybe you can run with a small party just getting its start?

Does the pirate party have any seats? That's odd if they don't. The land of Kim Dotcom? But not one seat? I know he's a major douche, but maybe you can bilk him for some money for your campaign.


PROTIP: Look for seats in parliament that are being vacated next election cycle. You don't want to go against an incumbent, especially if you don't really have any qualifications.

consider going for a town/city position first. Councilor? Remember it's all about getting your face out there. Go door to door, shake hands, greet people in the streets, talk to them. Find out if there's some specific issue that's in their craw. Don't want X development happening? Don't want Y tax? Look for a simple issue, not something complex like fixing schools or transit, or making property values increase. get a simple issue. Fix it. Be responsive to your constituents. BAM! Now you've got a political powerbase. (this also works with the parliament seat).

Getting a political base is the most important step. If you can do it outside of the major parties, then grow that shit you might be able to form a minority government down the road, and be prime minister.

Although if all your connections are in an area that's heavily one party, then you should just try to rise through the ranks of that party.
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Nicholas Wusslehitch - Fri, 26 Jun 2015 00:47:04 EST ID:1Na09eb8 No.37537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37512
Here's what you've got to do:
Go to New Zealand's Colosseum building located in Wellington (also called the behive).
Enter through the front gate, where you'll be met by two national guardians who'll give you a choice of weapons (i'd go for the short sword to counter Key's current great sword technique).
First you'll have to qualify to face the current prime minister by defeating 10 traditional maori party warriors, 5 Labour red guards and the initial two national guardians.
Once you have defeated all of these opponents the real challenge commences.
Death battle with the KEYSTER.

Godspeed op.
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Sat, 27 Jun 2015 20:03:37 EST ID:EXOBYuNw No.37540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37537
I enjoy this post.
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Reuben Crarringwell - Sat, 18 Jul 2015 00:56:10 EST ID:KJFrEDCr No.37557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can't be prime minister without going to the elite schools of NZ (wherever your elites go) and networking with other elites with law degrees, well typically.

You start by simply organizing and getting elected to a low level position somewhere, then scheming and plotting your way to higher power through cronyism and corruption like every single other country.

The Obama method is a good strategy. Go to top school on scholarship, join every club in the school and become leader of it, join a church but not because you're religious but because you wish to learn the public speaking game of the guy giving sermons, after your law degree go into "community leadership" which helps you network into some sort of low level political position, then get all your old Yale or Harvard friends to help you raise money and hire them as campaign managers, become POTUS or grand chancellor of new zealand or w/e.
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Charles Giblingdit - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 22:36:02 EST ID:ElhLyxQ2 No.38171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Import a bunch of Americans and help us get asylum citizenship, we'll live in Maiori slums on South Island and vote for anyone who passes us a joint.


Carpentry Apprenticeship by Cornelius Foblingstedge - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 09:33:47 EST ID:gW45FZYW No.38152 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Going to build an off grid tiny house, can take care of most of it but know nothing about woodworking. Does anybody have experience with carpentry training or apprenticeship? which school/center/business have you gone to, and would you recommend it? has anybody tried self-teaching, or the internet? how did it go and what website/book did you learn from?
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Phineas Dazzlekedge - Thu, 15 Dec 2016 10:15:12 EST ID:Ex1pY8NF No.38153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
im an apprentice plumber. working construction is the shit when youve got an experienced journeyman helping you out. you cant learn construction off the internet... trade school is your best bet. nvm after reading your post turns out youre gonna build a cabin? lol apprecticeship
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Charles Pegglebanks - Fri, 16 Dec 2016 17:45:09 EST ID:5bt9mrwU No.38156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Youtube videos will teach you a lot, but there's no substitute for someone looking over your shoulder and telling you how you're fucking up. There will also invariably be things that you will never learn by yourself because they won't occur to you. That goes for any craft, but I would say building stuff especially.
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Jarvis Horryhit - Mon, 26 Dec 2016 14:22:40 EST ID:egqBgWJ5 No.38162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
they say one of the final challenges of carpentry is to make your own door from scratch (rather than a pre-hung). if it hangs nicely, closes smoothly, and doesnt swing open or closed, then you're probably good at carpentry
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Edwin Ciblingkork - Mon, 26 Dec 2016 20:16:49 EST ID:9Jgh4wxd No.38164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>youtube + dad + local bunnings

I've built a little platform out in the woods, no previous experience.
I would suggest trying something a bit smaller first and then going for the house, also get a design down that is site apt. first.


Street sign theft by Cedric Worthingfuck - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 23:15:23 EST ID:mhFoS58Y No.37607 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's the best way to go about stealing a street sign? Not a stop sign or anything, but a street name sign. Do you just Wd40 the bolts and go at it with a wrench? or what? Not looking to remove the entire pole and go from there, ideally I want to take just the sign itself
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Reuben Hippernere - Thu, 14 Jul 2016 20:17:43 EST ID:iF8O7Dms No.37995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey don't forget many signs have RFID and GPS tracking.
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Simon Winderworth - Mon, 18 Jul 2016 11:58:09 EST ID:q9Qj09ba No.37997 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37704
im calling bukllshit on you, ive seen the same reply and the same post before, ggwp op
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Simon Winderworth - Mon, 18 Jul 2016 12:03:41 EST ID:q9Qj09ba No.37998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37997
nvm im high and stupid
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Albert Nadgelock - Fri, 16 Dec 2016 14:50:07 EST ID:gW45FZYW No.38154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37608
This dude walked in the door to give my buddy a street sign, he got the wrong one, so he runs out the door and 3 mins later comes back in, hardware and all. Shit was jokes. Sooo, just don't be a pussy and rip that shit off the post
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Charles Pegglebanks - Fri, 16 Dec 2016 17:35:13 EST ID:5bt9mrwU No.38155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37995
Not if they're street signs they don't. nb.


Meditation tutorials / guided meditation by Betsy Blabbledale - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 17:16:54 EST ID:K0nW9ekW No.37855 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anybody have any good meditation/mindfulness tutorials?

I've tried Headspace which I thought was pretty good, but I didn't want to subscribe to the full thing.

Everything I find out youtube seems a bit like woo woo bullshit. I'd prefer something more practical and straight talking.

Here's an example of one I quite like, but I've struggled to find more like it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vEPTbNc80o
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Simon Fallerdock - Mon, 14 Mar 2016 01:44:26 EST ID:XolnHLx1 No.37860 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37855
If you want true enlightenment and pure meditation read a king James Bible. Seriously.
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Priscilla Buzzham - Wed, 16 Mar 2016 04:41:36 EST ID:eaH0d7Fx No.37864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37855
Personally I've followed this technique with good success. Yes, TM is a scam but this is a good free tutorial.

http://caic.org.au/eastern/sydda/free-tm.htm
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Molly Grandbury - Thu, 17 Mar 2016 03:56:38 EST ID:F/U5W7Yz No.37865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Great Courses lecture are amazing.
http://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/practicing-mindfulness-an-introduction-to-meditation.html
You can find the course on The Pirate Bay.
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Walter Hipperson - Sat, 09 Jul 2016 03:26:45 EST ID:jvlQ2H3q No.37984 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37860
How can you read and have single pointed focus?
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Frederick Pusslepot - Thu, 01 Dec 2016 20:50:17 EST ID:Yy3by7K3 No.38137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37864
RETARD ALERT


North American sassafras extraction by David Huddlestuck - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 16:10:58 EST ID:30V5qSNf No.38106 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So say I found some sassafras albidum trees. From my understanding this is a source of safrole to make mdxx chems. Wikipedia says it's not economical to extract safrole from on a large scale but small scale can be done. Can anyone point me in the right direction with what to do with this? I know the roots and root bark require a steam distillation process to isolate the essential oils. But like, guides/tutorials on how to do this anyone? I'm sure that since there's dmt extraction teks for all sorts of plant sources, all around the web there's bound to be some for this, I just can't seem to find it
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 23:45:05 EST ID:3PXg4GDE No.38112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Looks like safrole is soluble in alcohol, so buying a bottle of Everclear would be a good start.

I don't know the details, but try looking up steam distillation methods for something like mint (since mint also contains alcohol-soluble aromatic compounds). The technique probably transfers to sassafras root bark.

>tfw sassafras is supposed to be native to my area but it's actually not because of the poorly-drained soil
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Samuel Buvingbore - Wed, 09 Nov 2016 14:59:16 EST ID:C+d53p2C No.38126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38106
https://erowid.org/archive/rhodium/chemistry/tcboe/index.html


/howto/ do nothing and get paid by Simon Hishcocke - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 16:46:44 EST ID:BRxy/bs1 No.31413 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm looking for a job, any job, regardless of how shitty the pay is, just to keep people (mom) quiet (not nagging me). Currently 24yo with a highschool diploma.

conditions:
  1. little to no contact with customers
  2. little to no contact with bosses
  3. barely anything to do, allowing me to listen to music or browse 420chan if I feel like it
  4. steady if possible

doesn't matter if I get paid in peanuts. Ideas? all suggestions are appreciated.
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John Pucklechudge - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 00:04:43 EST ID:Pgzk3zxq No.38079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>32018

I am now convinced I should do data entry while I go to school for CS.
(better than stocking fucking groceries and dealing with the general public.)
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Henry Climmleworth - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 18:57:07 EST ID:4tmWVgN3 No.38096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37404
I worked security for 2 years at various strip mining operations. Pretty much consisted of sitting in my car all night playing SNES games on a PSP, often getting fucking wasted, and smoking a ton of weed. Sometimes friends would show up and we would sit around on top of the mountain and drink. I'd sober up enough by the time morning came and everyone headed out and would drive home.

One time my boss showed up just to check on the place and I had like 3 other people in my car at the time smoking a joint with me. Bossman didn't care. Just told me he came to check in, then he left, never said a word about it.

Security is best job ever. Pays well and you don't have to do a goddamn thing but be there.
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Henry Dattingkudging - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 17:33:32 EST ID:1+MEBDro No.38121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP again

It's actually been close to 6 months working the same tech support gig for me and I haven't had a single break down where I want to legit kill myself so, I gotta say I'm very impressed with my current job.

We're about to enter high season due to cyber monday and christmas so... yeah... I see dark days ahead. On the flip side, I now have enough money to buy a used car and I might actually do it /howto/.
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Eliza Saffingpidge - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 16:54:25 EST ID:2Ew27xB8 No.38123 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Having read through this entire thread, and as someone who can routinely type at 85+ WPM on a slow day, can anyone reccomend a good place to start out with telecommuted data entry? I've had decent experience with MTurking in the past (especially with those dreadful receipt-transcription HITs), but would like something a bit less mercurial.

Currently have no qualifications or anything like that apart from a GED and the aforementioned typing speed. Temp agencies are a possibility in the future, but as a collegefag still livinig with parents I kinda have my hands full as is.

[spoilers]Cheers.[/spoilers]
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Eliza Saffingpidge - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 16:55:33 EST ID:2Ew27xB8 No.38124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38123
I'm a fucking idiot who can't spell *living or spoiler-tag correctly

nb


travelling with diapers by rafnul fragtal - Thu, 07 Aug 2014 12:57:06 EST ID:69qwnqQG No.36767 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.ministryoftofu.com/2011/01/chinese-hit-bumpy-road-home-lunar-year-signifying-beginning-largest-annual-human-migration/

http://www.rense.com/general69/kdll.htm

did one of you has to do this too?

What do you do against the urge to pee?

The public restrooms and the ones on the train are often so messy, I prefer diapers.

Modern diapers have become super-absorbent these days. No squishy or wet-feeling between your legs.
Just sayin'
Better then a infection or the smell on the loo.
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Jollingham Barbadue - Mon, 16 May 2016 16:30:10 EST ID:FiUR942k No.37950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37899

This has nothing to do with fetish,
its a matter of taste and comfort.

Now go be triggered somewhere else
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Melody Brakdor - Sat, 16 Jul 2016 20:27:46 EST ID:ElYmuEgR No.37996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37899
I am working at a big company for medical supplies and health-care distribution.

We are getting fairly often requests for more colourful and "playful" designs
mostly from young adults in wheelchairs and sometimes even elderlies.

Your argument is invalid.

Many companies are slowly realizing that the market and the demographic are changing.
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Name Calling - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 14:29:49 EST ID:y4lU9hWs No.38051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37899
So you are basically saying
they should not be able to choose from different designs and make incontinence even worse for people affected by it?

>>37996
this.
Working with handicapped children and teens.
Its a shame how they are getting ripped off by healthcare-companies for basic needs
.

Just take a look!
Incontinence-briefs for bed-wetters used to cost 5 bucks some years ago!

Now, if you want to get the patients some kind of choice, you'll have to pay easily 100 bucks for one piece that looks like granny-pants from the last century!
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Angus Goodspear - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 07:39:08 EST ID:atQ3TB4Q No.38098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38051
Glad people like you are working to make necessary items available!
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Hannah Drerringkire - Fri, 04 Nov 2016 00:31:40 EST ID:2Ew27xB8 No.38118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36767

Not being a fuckig degenerate's an option as well. nb


How to protect my bike? by Fanny Goodshit - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 18:02:18 EST ID:CO6r09ic No.38080 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do you make your bike Theft-Resistant?
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Fucking Billingfoot - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 01:35:46 EST ID:ElhLyxQ2 No.38097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you can get axles that need special keys for your wheels, secure your seat to the frame with a bit of gear chain enclosed in some scrap tubing, square link chain is made to resist bolt-cutters, also choosing your parking spots wisely, like somewhere in public view, where you can keep an eye on it or bringing it inside when it's not in use. some people ride with two U-locks for both wheels, though U-locks are often broken with car jacks bending them from the inside until they pop.
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Molly Greenridge - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 22:24:59 EST ID:9SMT9fTx No.38100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fc_a0pbeuqU
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Shitting Ferryditch - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 00:47:18 EST ID:WRlRIdAs No.38107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>38080
looks like one could actually ride the bike away with a little effort as well
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Clara Turveyshit - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 06:42:56 EST ID:CfRcPIve No.38117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If you know how to weld, get some flat bar. About 3/8" thick by 1 inch wide. Bend it into a big ass U. Weld a hinge onto it or bolt it and grind the flats off the bolts so it can't be loosened. Locktite that shit too noob. bend a short L onto the hinge piece so that it overlaps the other side. Then drill a .5" hole through and put a circular lock on that nigga.

Bolt cutters can't cut 1" flat bar. Bolt cutters can't cut round locks. An expensive round lock can't be bump keyed or easily picked. Nobody is going to pop out a portable oxy-acet torch or a battery powered angle grinder to steal your bike. Both are loud and obnoxious as fuck.

>Make your bike look like a total piece of shit too. Stickers, duct tape, rust etc all make your shit look less enticing.

>Purple is lock.
>Red is top bar that hinges.
>Black is the U thing of flat bar.
>Blue is hinge.
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Alice Chettingfog - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 12:22:44 EST ID:jWMIDY2n No.38185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That lock would weigh like fucking 15lbs. And I would say the hinge is the weakest part of that and it's where I'd attack it. Upside down can of air duster and a hammer maybe? Depends on how well you weld.


I want to learn to sew by Phineas Pickhood - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 08:34:54 EST ID:4hzZzHmr No.38109 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm not sure where to begin, but I wonder if there is a well known or well-thought-of guide that already exists. I'll be googling, of course, but perhaps someone here knows a reputable guide for the very, very beginner off the top of their head. A .pdf maybe. I'm not sure.
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Phineas Pickhood - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 08:39:08 EST ID:4hzZzHmr No.38110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh! Very important: I mean to sew by needle and thread, by hand. I do not have a sewing machine at the moment. Can't believe I left that out.
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George Crandleford - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 13:49:33 EST ID:R3G9+7LE No.38111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
start with a sewing kit , needle and thread , if you dont have one already , put the thread on the edge of a needle and use it on fabric you want to experiment on, its nice feeling when you do it c; , layers and patterns are just a part of it


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