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New phone? by Charlotte Nickleville - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 17:48:54 EST ID:uEs40J0L No.37327 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Comment Just wondering what kind of phone you think I should go for? Up for an upgrade and I'm not sure. Hopefully this fits into /howto/ since you can tell me how to live in a car for 6 months.

Looked at the new S6 specs and they've got no removable battery or SD, kind of what I bought the S3 for....

Looking for something long lasting battery, removable SD up to 64gb the least. Looks like a simple request in prospect and every phone is offering it but just wondering if anyone has a new phone just jumping out at them or if someone owns one that they think is a decent phone in this day and age. Considering again that I've had the slower version of everything for the last 2 years...

Thanks in advance for anyone giving me guidance
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Esther Bibberwidging - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 23:05:53 EST ID:Y3Y6yrz+ No.37329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I ended up getting a Huawei phone. I have an old non-contract plan from Tmobile that's no offered anymore, and it's cheap and has unlimited data. I looked to upgrade my phone but they either wanted me to sign a contract and get a better phone or buy one of their non-contract phones which sucked and were overpriced. Other cell companies currently don't have any plans as good as the one I have, and I'm not willing to give it up easily.

So that left me looking for a phone that could be unlocked and rooted. I wanted a phone with removable storage and decent specs and battery life. I used a phone model search thingy where I narrowed my choices down and took a gamble ordering a Huawei Ascend phone from Amazon that came pre-rooted and unlocked. It took me some research to find the right phone compatible with the network and SIM and whatnot. Basically if you are slightly above average with tech stuff and can customize and configure network settings and phone settings, you're good. So far I really like the phone I got. It's got terrific battery life and it does exactly what I need. The one downside is that the phone originally connected to some Chinese app store instead of Google Play. I got it to stop connecting to ChinaStore but Google Play won't launch correctly. Apps I do download come from other sources. But I don't download apps frequently so that doesn't bother me.

It seems like they make many phones for the Asian market with expandable storage, multiple SIM slots, and tweak-able features but they make American phones streamlined and void of additional features. Basically, do research on what international phones are compatible with your network, data plan, and whatnot and configure it correctly when it arrives.
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Cyril Shittingbanks - Sun, 08 Mar 2015 14:24:11 EST ID:Ibc3hK4x No.37351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37329
im responding for anyone else who comes across this thread

the removable battery thing is kinda a wash imo, a few years ago it was nice but now a days i really dont care that much. main reason is they have to over engineer the battery compartment instead of just making it a sealed contraption. this adds weight and size for what benefit? ive had my phone for 2 years and the battery still holds a good charge compared to what i need to do with it. if your phone is dying before you get home learn to go a few hours with out it, or buy one of those battery packs and carry a cable.

sim storage. i really do like sim storage but idk how needed it is, i have a 16gb nexus4 (on tmobile as well) i use it as my primary mp3 player. i normally have 6 gigs free as i dont carry that much music with me. by that much i mean over 500+ songs. i remove pics and videos on a simi regular basis and seeing as cloud storage is free and easy its again kinda a wash.
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Martha Honeywell - Wed, 18 Mar 2015 00:33:24 EST ID:Zv+BIrcR No.37370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37327
If I were in your position I would get the S5, only because it has an awesome ROM by i forget who. It's called MOAR or mother of all roms. The dev used to be on S3 until it took a shit and he upgraded so now the S5 is graced with his skill.

Whatever you get, I would flash a custom ROM on it.
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Samuel Clocklepuck - Wed, 25 Mar 2015 23:19:27 EST ID:y2z6kIaY No.37384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37327
I would recommed the HTC ONE M8, the mini 4.5 inches across. the phone is very fast, good camera and expandable with an micro sd memorycard. awesome phone, go for it
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 28 May 2015 00:41:42 EST ID:Kzo7nuMk No.37499 Report Quick Reply
/tech/ might also be of assistance but just get a versatile phone that while it doesn't have to be a smartphone, there's plenty of good phones out there with the specs you're looking for especially ones that are less than $200.


Guidance by Cedric Minkindadge - Sun, 17 May 2015 13:03:24 EST ID:6eJbVqbN No.37480 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just started using Thinkorswim w/ TD-Ameritrade.

>Junior in College
>Mathematics Mjr / Comp. Sci Mnr

I have $200 to invest and a summer to learn how to trade and start my portfolio. The platform is understandable but I'm still worried about how to go about my first investments.(so much new jargon). I want to save up enough to pay off at least 70k of student debt.

>scared noob
>just wanna make good savings with no debt

Asking for tips or opinions.
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Jenny Geffingfuck - Wed, 20 May 2015 22:20:57 EST ID:twjD60kq No.37483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37482
Given that it's a learning experience, $200 should be fine to start as long as OP considers it short term or puts more money in later.

...Oh wait, just reread the OP and 70k is probably a lot to ask for from this, especially with $200. Still could help them get started trading, though.
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Graham Gimmerstet - Wed, 20 May 2015 23:42:13 EST ID:wnlzoEQ8 No.37485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37483

Most discount brokerages won't even let you open an account with that little of an amount of money. And you're not going to be able to buy anything substantial with $200, except for some super junky-ass ETFs or some ratty penny stocks. You might as well bet on horse races at that point.
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Reuben Hongerstone - Tue, 26 May 2015 03:03:59 EST ID:6eJbVqbN No.37491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37485
Why not just trade in Forex?
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Eugene Billingcocke - Tue, 26 May 2015 03:27:56 EST ID:JT+yCQEk No.37492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37491
the minimum account balance for forex accounts are typically six digits
if you find a place with no minimum, look them up because they are probably a scam

200 is no where near enough to invest in any real investment
set this idea aside until you have at least a spare $20000 to sink into this

if you're looking to learn, do fantasy trading. you use money that isnt real but you "invest" in stocks or currency crosses that are real. in doing this, you can gain experience in trading but without any of the losses that come with learning
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Shitting Druckleham - Tue, 26 May 2015 11:29:18 EST ID:nuQ4QZNE No.37493 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37491

Why not just gamble all your money away at the casino? Forex is basically the same thing.


cool living by Phineas Cemmlewirk - Sat, 09 Aug 2014 23:35:05 EST ID:KvjZNwWE No.36774 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How does one go about building their own house in the forest or whatever?
Would it be smart to just go ahead?
Is there land I can buy somewhere?
Advice?
Ideas?
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Nell Pellerlock - Sun, 24 Aug 2014 23:19:39 EST ID:plILD0LX No.36826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm homeless right now. In St. Louis after travelling for a bit and I might build a temp home. Im thinking I'll put up a wood frame and connect it with chain link fence, then cover that with tarp. I was thinking I'd do a few layers of cardboard under the chain link but I dont know if that'd bake me alive in summer or if it'd help much in Winter. Does anyone know if cardboard is a good insulator from heat? I'd rather not collect a bunch of cardboard just to find out it doesnt work, y'know?
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Eugene Goodfuck - Sun, 17 May 2015 01:40:51 EST ID:RvmpvyiT No.37477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36826

make a blog bout it
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Nell Demblewater - Sun, 17 May 2015 02:43:04 EST ID:f6+NhG4/ No.37478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is baller
http://ballastmag.com/2013/03/the-story-of-british-columbias-illegal-tree-houses/

Google "'Squatter' secretly builds incredible (but thoroughly illegal) treehouse hidden in Canada's Whistler forest" as gay word filter won't let me post the article link here from daily mail UK, which has a ton of construction pics how he made it.
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Spunky - Tue, 19 May 2015 08:30:06 EST ID:QaalSlFd No.37481 Report Quick Reply
>>36826

Cardboard is indeed a good insulator for heat. Nowhere near as good as something like that pink foam they use for insulation but if you're on a budget then yeah it will probably work well. A couple layers will help keep the warmth in during the winter and should help keep you cooler during the summer. Depending where you decide to set up I'd recommend a shaded area in the warmer months.
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Fuck Wommerhore - Thu, 21 May 2015 00:06:10 EST ID:xEv4FIMj No.37486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yea just go ahead

what could go wrong


Starting over by Walter Pandlekon - Thu, 07 May 2015 10:20:23 EST ID:ac2oFXG1 No.37453 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Guys is there anyway to go to a big city and start over with not a lot of cash? Assuming you find a job quick and don't mind some shitty living conditions.

Have you ever done or heard of anyone who's done something like that?
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Nathaniel Seblingshaw - Fri, 08 May 2015 11:02:42 EST ID:nuQ4QZNE No.37462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37456

I had roommates for the longest time and it still cost me 700 a month to not live in a horrendous ghetto. But when I was doing work for a little bit in some podunk central new york town I could get a whole house for the same price.
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Archie Sallerwuck - Fri, 08 May 2015 13:19:50 EST ID:qwqZTAPi No.37463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37457
Out of curiosity, how many people were you sharing the place with and how much was/is it per month?

I currently have my best friend as a roommate which truly is awesome. We rarely have issues and if we do it's always resolved in a very chill way. However, I really struggle financially.

I'm not sure how I would do in a 'crowded' place though. Especially since I'd expect more drama the more people there are, since there's more room for incompatible personalities.
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Doris Pannercocke - Mon, 11 May 2015 23:46:44 EST ID:Bwl2V8uI No.37465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"Starting over" doesn't really just happen like that. You go one of two routes, plan or jump. If you plan, you get a couple months rent ready, move, begin subletting a shit apt somwhere telling the landlord you are just getting on your feet, and you go from there finding a job and a reasonable place and whatnot.

Jumping is different, you go with assets as they are meaning you are not prepared to pay for a new place. You can sleep in your car or squat until you find a job. Squatting can be dangerous and it really takes balls. If you know a small building that closes at 9pm and doesnt open until 9am and you know you can be in and out and not leave much of a trace in that small amount of time, then you can squat. Otherwise, with a car, find places like walmart and shit and park kinda middle of the lane and just lay the seat allll the way back. cops might hassle you, just dont ride dirty while you are getting yourself set up.
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Martha Honeyforth - Thu, 14 May 2015 23:02:45 EST ID:yWYPQV1E No.37470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
HVAC&R
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Eugene Goodfuck - Sat, 16 May 2015 23:57:40 EST ID:RvmpvyiT No.37476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know a few people that have done it. It's good to take risks. I know they've left their respective hometowns to new and far locations with little but a backpack and maybe a few bucks.

just do it, talking to people is good anyway when you get to somewhere - what with the networking and all that i guess, so especially hippie liberal types are good to know/tend to be the most open to helpin out peeps


Tiny Home? by Phyllis Banningkere - Wed, 25 Feb 2015 23:48:12 EST ID:0xi9ECCA No.37317 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My girlfriend is looking to build a Tiny Home. She's buying books on how to construct roofs and shit like that. Shes taking it really serious and I want to back her up and help her. Anyone have any input?
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Frederick Seckletat - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 06:22:48 EST ID:RmgxAoO8 No.37376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Go for recycled materials, ive seen windows/walls built with old glass bottles stacked as if they were bricks.
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Hugh Gindernutch - Thu, 09 Apr 2015 23:12:34 EST ID:JT+yCQEk No.37407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.small-cabin.com/
this website might be of use to your gf
lots of info there
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Jack Fadgefack - Fri, 24 Apr 2015 04:03:27 EST ID:g/n+eS0L No.37428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37317
there's same thread on apocalypse discussion
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Doris Semmerhedging - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 19:26:09 EST ID:YSJWIFf0 No.37436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Search adobe bricks or supet adobe. You are welcome
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Nicholas Grimwill - Fri, 15 May 2015 09:04:20 EST ID:iYZI0JT+ No.37474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Use glass fiber reinforced concrete, to make the wall panels.

GFRC is light and strong and if you build 1 well thought out mold for the wall you can use that same mold to pour 8 sections. You can make the mold with wood boards and the concrete will pick up the texture and look really cool.

Place a wooden or plastic box frames where you want to put windows/hatches/doors. You can also pour the concrete with tied rebar for reinforcement and also include some threaded rod or some bolts sticking out of the panels so that it hardens with the metal exposed for fastening the panels to each other.

Build it like this floorplan:
_ _ _
| _ _ _ |
\

For the roof use your typical tin roof sheet. For connecting everything together you may want to use some type of metal studs.

Paint it and insulate it.

Let me know how it goes!


bitcoin by John Masslehick - Sat, 20 Sep 2014 16:23:43 EST ID:wdgtlpMr No.36965 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do i get bitcoins?
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Polly Huttingwell - Fri, 08 May 2015 02:57:47 EST ID:49bygdJZ No.37460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36965
You can buy with just a back account too.
Paypal if you really want. Slightly hard. Google it if you want.
Also, if you want to buy them anonymously google that too. Will require some more work though.
https://bitcoin.org/en/getting-started
This will tell get you started. Google anything more challenging methods if wanted.
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Nathaniel Seblingshaw - Fri, 08 May 2015 11:00:44 EST ID:nuQ4QZNE No.37461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Man. Every few months we have a bitcoin thread bump to the top of this board.

And the truth still remains: y'all missed the bitcoin boat. By like, years at this point.
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Henry Genderfit - Fri, 08 May 2015 14:34:45 EST ID:mSjY0FF1 No.37464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37461
you can still invest in stank tokens
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Caroline Dibblebanks - Wed, 13 May 2015 22:53:44 EST ID:J81wFoE0 No.37467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37464
It's kind of a shitty return rate, though.
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William Mallynure - Mon, 25 May 2015 02:16:09 EST ID:mow412oW No.37490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
is there a way i can just buy bitcoins over the internet without going through all the hassle?


Stankness by Caroline Hurringstock - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 03:56:36 EST ID:Spr++EK+ No.37187 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello /HOWTO/

I live in a fucking hot country and my body odor is fine apart from my feet. If I wear sandals fine, but sometimes I like to wear shoes or have to and when I do, damn my feet stink and so do my shoes. How do I stop this from happening... Pic unrelated
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Jenny Seggleman - Wed, 18 Mar 2015 07:27:14 EST ID:VLXiwlpz No.37371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37187
I live in the most temperate country ever. I still get stanky feet. They were a non issue till recently when I replaced my leather shoes with ones that are evidently synthetic. I always get this issue with trainers but whatever. That's easier to work around. I once worked somewhere where my feet were so bad I ended up seeing a doctor, there is nothing wrong I just have stinky feet.

My advice is air your feet when you can. Don't let them stink in the first place. Wear odour eating insoles and stuff but that's just to buy you enough time to sit down and take them off before the stench develops (I had some cinnamon ones that masked the smell too). I work an office job so I sit around with my shoes off all day and no one complains because I stop them getting too stinky rather than deal with the stench. I do miss my old shoes and may seek some more leather ones soon.
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Albert Seshnitch - Sun, 12 Apr 2015 23:10:35 EST ID:mQUsancK No.37414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37187
change shoes every day or 2. My feetsmell too if i don't change them every once in a while. I thought that was common knowledge.
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Cedric Nettingridge - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 16:38:05 EST ID:v3bJj/Zw No.37435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
put a light coating of baking soda in your shoes.

Baking soda is mildly alkaline, so it'll kill the smell-causing bacteria. baking soda also neutralizes smell, its why people use it to clean up puke.
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Jarvis Brazzlebury - Tue, 28 Apr 2015 14:50:22 EST ID:g/n+eS0L No.37439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37187
I used to have stank feet and I used to think it's genetic cause my mother has them too, but I went vegan and my feet smell nice, so yeah, it's not genetic and mostlikely has to do with your gut.
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Alice Hedgeson - Thu, 07 May 2015 00:55:16 EST ID:G3YMQ9om No.37452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Throw your shoes in the washing machine and then NEVER wear them with cotton socks again. Bacteria loves cotton so wear either 100% wool or some sort of synthetic like Coolmax.

Also, putting them in the freezer wont kill shit, the bacteria just goes dormant while its frozen. You need to wash with anti-bacterial chemicals.


Learning Animation by Augustus Honeyfield - Tue, 05 May 2015 12:21:04 EST ID:g9tkMgP4 No.37449 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to start making animation. I can draw, at least decently enough, but I need to learn the skill of moving pictures. At least with Flash. I have the option of taking classes, which I will do, but I don't want to wait until then to at least attempt to figure out how it works.

What and where are the best guides on learning animation?
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David Gooddock - Wed, 06 May 2015 18:15:44 EST ID:+8BmDeyA No.37451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/user/DrawWithJazza

if you can handle his accent this guys does some pretty basic tutorials with flash that i myself found helpful hope it helps


How to start a business? by Emma Pedgefuck - Tue, 05 May 2015 03:47:03 EST ID:m3aMqeug No.37447 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey Guys,

Im an artist and im planning on selling some of my work soon but want to make it all official.

What are the basics to starting and maintaning a business? should i get an accountant straight away or wait till it takes off a little?
general advice?
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Lillian Hunkinwater - Tue, 05 May 2015 10:39:45 EST ID:nuQ4QZNE No.37448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why?


Once you make it "official" well then you gotta start paying taxes. Why would you want to do that?
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Charles Buzzspear - Wed, 06 May 2015 05:52:00 EST ID:Sr3d5RaC No.37450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37448

because in my country all artworks that are re-sold the original artist gets 10% of the re-sold price.


Need advice by Simon Mobbledock - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 20:04:42 EST ID:YauwYI7M No.37432 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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10k€ on bank account
wise way to invest?
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Simon Mobbledock - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 20:19:53 EST ID:YauwYI7M No.37433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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www.profits25.com
> week 1 : invest 1000€
> reinvest 100% for 35 weeks
> week 52 : 1000€ became ~5000€


Compact spoilers by Emma Wiblinghall - Sun, 25 Mar 2012 00:37:47 EST ID:i1LgH9tz No.28989 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I make a spoiler so that only this bit is a spoiler

and this bit appears out of nowhere when you mouse over above spoiler? Ive seen it once and I think i may need it in my life.
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Martha Tillingson - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 23:36:34 EST ID:6k+qEqt5 No.37817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
spoiler
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more spoilers
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___ - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 23:39:11 EST ID:6k+qEqt5 No.37819 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sup
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Ebenezer Penkinbetch - Tue, 09 Feb 2016 19:10:49 EST ID:Wz0exhnH No.37820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
void
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1 - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 13:53:43 EST ID:6k+qEqt5 No.37825 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wow


bed bugs by Phoebe Crammlechot - Sun, 14 Dec 2014 03:53:32 EST ID:Bx7uxzkZ No.37158 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Help
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Jack Pettingfield - Tue, 30 Dec 2014 23:03:58 EST ID:SAIxI32e No.37172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i'm sorry op.

you need to wash every fabric you own. hot water, lots of soap, hot dry cycle.

either throw away your mattress or get a zip-up mattress cover.

then you need to get some wondercide (http://www.wondercide.com/). it's dephenolated cedar oil. works just as well if not better than chemical foggers. spray it everywhere, under your bed, under every piece of furniture, over every piece of furniture.

vacuum the shit out of any carpet. i forget if bedbugs are as susceptible as fleas, but baking soda sprinkled in the carpet dries them out and kills them. then spray the cedar oil all over the carpet.

i hope you like the smell of cedar, OP.
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Walter Shakestock - Thu, 22 Jan 2015 03:12:57 EST ID:e2IY078L No.37234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Freeze everything. The eggs and larva can't survive long times at really low temperature;
If it's cold where you live right now it should be easy, just leave it in your trunk overnight or something. If you live somewhere warm it's going to be harder, I hope you have one of those fancy sideways freezers.
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Reuben Chittingbanks - Fri, 23 Jan 2015 01:39:32 EST ID:VLLvGt32 No.37236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37158
visited relatives in SDakota, woke up with itchy red marks, I discovered CHIGGERS!
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Cornelius Lightson - Mon, 26 Jan 2015 00:11:48 EST ID:XV1t0xTk No.37242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Good advice posted in this thread.

To kill a FUCKLOAD of those little SHITS, take a wide dish like a pie dish or some shit like that. Put in a little bit of dish soap and then fill it up with water. Mix it around a bit. Then take it to the room with the bedbugs, or wherever you want to kill these damn fucking things. Put the dish in the open in the middle of the room, then put some light source over/in it. Something like a folding lamp bent over pointed into the dish, or a tea candle floating in the dish. Then turn off the light (now the dish should be the only light in the room) and leave it be for a few hours at least.

When you come back, the dish should be full of dead fucking fleas. The stupid fuckers hop right in there and drown like the trash they are. Rinse and repeat, bitch.
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Priscilla Bobbertedge - Fri, 10 Apr 2015 14:49:47 EST ID:ozH7A4jW No.37408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37234
this is wrong


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