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Memorising A Long And Detailed List by solid snake - Wed, 19 Jun 2013 19:48:31 EST ID:PKh60DfH No.34619 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It's simply a long and very very detailed list containing names of about 200 authors, their books, and what kind of books they are. An example:

Arthur C. Clarke
Novels
The Sands of Mars (1951)
Prelude to Space (1953)
Childhood's End (1953)
The City and the Stars (1956)
A Fall of Moondust (1961) (Hugo nominee, 1963
2001: A Space Odyssey (with Stanley Kubrick) (1968)
Rendezvous with Rama (1972) (BSFA and Nebula Awards winner, 1973; Hugo, Campbell, and Locus Awards winner, 1974)
A Meeting with Medusa (Nebula Award for best novella) (1972)
Imperial Earth (1975)
The Fountains of Paradise (1979) (Hugo Award winner, BSFA nominee, 1979; and Nebula Award winner, Locus Award nominee, 1980)
2010: Odyssey Two (1982) (Hugo and Locus Awards nominee, 1983)
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Phineas Blemmleditch - Wed, 05 Feb 2014 20:22:03 EST ID:JFvjoyQY No.36087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34643
so that's what a mind palace is. So if men are better with geographic memory, how do women seem to remember everything without this ability?
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Molly Blackstone - Fri, 07 Feb 2014 01:13:32 EST ID:9gAWbgI2 No.36091 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They dont
When old people get lost its always a female who forgotten where she lives.
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Martin Wollerluck - Fri, 07 Feb 2014 10:30:14 EST ID:XDOws00C No.36092 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The fuck is with the sexism.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/02/080220104244.htm
"Specific results indicated that women excelled in verbal episodic memory tasks, such as remembering words, objects, pictures or everyday events, and men outperformed women in remembering symbolic, non-linguistic information, known as visuospatial processing. For example, the results indicate a man would be more likely to remember his way out of the woods."

There you go, Pros and cons.
Turn it into a btichfest like always.
But before you do.
>>36087
You're an idiot, memory storage is more complicated than envisioning a fucking building, A mind palace is a fancy deviation of simple association.

The main flaw being it's trying to install the house first rather than the memories.
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Angus Sickleshit - Sun, 03 Aug 2014 07:42:42 EST ID:l5Wh9TUw No.36756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34643
don't listen to this guy, listen to both these guys. those techniques are pretty much the same thing.
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Oliver Crapperstad - Wed, 06 Aug 2014 03:11:01 EST ID:XcOGQQa0 No.36764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36092
also don't listen to this guy except about the sexism thing, women do have better memory

memory palaces are what
>>34643
described and it definitely works, but try to make the scenes vivid.

>The main flaw being it's trying to install the house first rather than the memories.

The whole point is to tie your short term memory of the list to a highly visual memory of a place you already know. You shouldn't be installing anything. It's just going through a place you already know very well and can easily navigate and putting things there for long term storage.

Memory is complicated but that's why the memory map/palace technique works. It's making a web of different connections in your mind to the otherwise basic memory of whatever OP is trying to memorize. The more connections to the memory, the easier it is to access.


e-cards middle finger by Edward Bibblefutch - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 11:07:35 EST ID:iFo9tyLF No.36713 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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some knows where I can get something like the "fuck-you!" or "middlefinger"-e-card?
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Emma Bucklewill - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 03:41:04 EST ID:OixP8Rwg No.36715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36714
nobody asked you.


>>36713
I don't know.
Couldn't find it on the original page (and there you should youse just screen-cap, because it wants you to log in - what piece of assholes!).
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Hugh Honeybury - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 07:53:32 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36715
Hey OP.
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Granny Sniddlegrap - Sun, 03 Aug 2014 05:01:45 EST ID:dQn38XKy No.36753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36717
whats up?
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Charlotte Foblingfuck - Sun, 03 Aug 2014 10:10:18 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36753
Judging by the one you linked to in your OP, you'll love this site: http://snarkecards.com/

Otherwise, just search e-card on imgur...
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Name? - Tue, 05 Aug 2014 04:42:11 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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try wondermark.


Howto Healthily Handle Horrendous Pimple by Molly Grimman - Wed, 14 May 2014 15:21:46 EST ID:Xn1mllug No.36470 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is nature's preferred way for human's to deal with a whitehead zit/pimple?
I'm not talking about the quickest way to get rid of it for beauty purposes, rather just a healthy way to handle it.

Do I simply leave it alone? In my experience that just makes it grow until it pops eventually during a shower, which kind of has the same result as popping it by hand. So what is your advice?
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Phineas Cheddlehut - Sat, 07 Jun 2014 03:24:39 EST ID:V1Pf3fSX No.36560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think epsom salts is good, hydrogen peroxide seems to dry it out.
Keep an eye for infection, infections can get into the bloodstream if
on the face can get serious very quickly getting into the blood or not.

Otherwise fun to pop.
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Rebecca Devinglock - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 02:37:42 EST ID:yWv4yr59 No.36649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pop it. they are disgusting to look at and almost never create a crater.
Thusands of zits have died by hand and nary a one has formed a crater
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Fuck Himblefock - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 19:14:18 EST ID:vasbhjfb No.36650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Alcohol/Hydrogen Peroxide to dry it out, salt and disinfect, aspirin mask to reduce swelling.

I had a big one once on my head, forced it so much I had bruising on my head. Put a bit of aspirin on it and the red went away so I could lie and say I got hit with 2x4 when doing some work outside.
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James Haddlefoot - Sat, 28 Jun 2014 03:05:57 EST ID:6FYHMDzz No.36654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>MFW this thread
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Lillian Fudgedeg - Mon, 04 Aug 2014 13:16:34 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36762 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pop it with 2 q-tips soaked in warm water


breaking a padlock by Phyllis Blatherville - Wed, 30 Jul 2014 03:21:19 EST ID:4Eo5ZB8J No.36740 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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if I were to get into a shed that has a padlock, how would i break the padlock? i was thinking hedge trimmers could snap it but I don't know jack shit about it so could you guys help me?
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Betsy Chuffingbick - Thu, 31 Jul 2014 05:42:34 EST ID:8r0b2JMz No.36744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36743
Yeah bolt-cutters will do the trick, hedge trimmers would break and ruin the blade.

If you have a good solid metal hammer you could spray some aerosol at the lock by freezing it like this a good hard hit with a hammer should shatter it.

You'll need to spray pretty much a full can of whatever aerosol you have though you could also try some of that aerosol wart remover cause it comes out fucking freezing.
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Betsy Chuffingbick - Thu, 31 Jul 2014 05:43:49 EST ID:8r0b2JMz No.36745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36744
Or perhaps instead of smashing shit up like the first poster just unscrew the latch that the padlock is attached to, i'm assuming your shed is of poor desgin here though.

Oh and also try making a bump key, youtube it.
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Cedric Denningson - Fri, 01 Aug 2014 14:11:58 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Crowbar can also break the lock, hasp, &or door.
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Charles Hoffinghall - Fri, 01 Aug 2014 18:18:13 EST ID:gOoHxCKP No.36747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
burn down the shed
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Nigel Shittingfield - Sat, 02 Aug 2014 19:33:08 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36752 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36747


taxes and shit. by Nigger Cebblestit - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 04:48:37 EST ID:QS18Zw4O No.36716 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i turned 18 recently an realized i dont know jack shit about taxes. to make money i was thinking about selling flowers or scrapping or something like that, but i know uncle sam gets pissed when he doesnt get his dough, so how would i go about the whole tax situation? i am completely ignorant on the subject, so if im sounding extremely vague that would be why.
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Nicholas Drezzlestock - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 18:02:49 EST ID:jLidO06z No.36725 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Unless you have a job you probably don't have to pay taxes. If you do have a job, around tax time they will give you a W2 form. Acquire Turbotax from the Pirate Bay and fill out the 1040EZ form, then electronically submit it. You will usually end up getting money back from the government.
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Frederick Blythewell - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 20:35:31 EST ID:MenuuGe4 No.36726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nobody knows entirely how taxes work. And its like that intentionally because politicians are dicks.

That's why I just hire someone jewish to do them for me.
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Fucking Fopperwitch - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 01:46:10 EST ID:HvEF6g8x No.36731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36725
you can file through turbotax for free.
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Basil Suffingson - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 02:24:29 EST ID:4TPz4Sht No.36732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It depends on your financial situation OP.

If you are on your own selling flowers (example), then you probably have a (semi-legal) sole-proprietor business on your hands. You can file (have to, actually) this on your regular tax forms.

Taxes really aren't the pain people make them out to be. Just claim your deductions, fill out your earnings and filing status and that's pretty much it. Turbotax (you can torrent it safely) is the easiest way to go about this yourself.

You'll probably want help from professionals when your business starts making 100's of thousands of dollars and you join the class of people who don't pay taxes lol
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Walter Crattingsine - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 03:44:38 EST ID:mACUD0Lo No.36737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36732
taxes really are only a headache when new shit happens. ie you go from not owning a house to owning a house . now your taxes are fucked because you got tons more shit to deduct for and add and subtract. but next year you just copy the numbers from teh year before and most of the shit works out. taxes are easy when shit doesnt change like my taxes this year still same adress car and job, ill be doing them in 20 minutes. for op though, hire someone its worth it.


op if you make more then a certain ammount the irs gets interested in where that money came from. i think its only like a grand. anywho if you really arent showing anything on your taxes, ie still living with your parents still driving a POS car and not obtaining actual assets (like a house, jet ski plasma screens out the ass) chances are the irs wont know you are making money so it becomes a balancing act of how much of the untaxed money can you show off. hence where money laundering comes in.


How to trade stocks by Scuddly Wudds - Mon, 10 Mar 2014 03:53:57 EST ID:/bKRAJ0b No.36226 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been having an increased interest in stock trading, but don't know where to start. Any recommended resources?
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Doris Benningseck - Tue, 03 Jun 2014 10:41:55 EST ID:2uMfwkn1 No.36545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36455
I really like your analysis, I use Yahoo Finance to check the ticker on some stocks but I dont know some of the technical terms your using. Can you point me to the right direction so I can learn more about investing in stocks.
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Edwin Billingbanks - Fri, 06 Jun 2014 20:08:40 EST ID:MenuuGe4 No.36559 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36545

(I recently had to move a few states over to do some contract work so my ID changed) I posted a link to a book somewhere in this thread .... here it is

>>36420

Buy that book and read it.

Free tip of the day: If TRTC firms up and finds support in the 50 - 55 neighborhood next week, its a buy. Not financial advice, talk to you financial adviser, etc.
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Frederick Mendercocke - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 01:48:15 EST ID:Luoxtgsw No.36648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fitx
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Polly Wabblelock - Mon, 07 Jul 2014 20:41:57 EST ID:MenuuGe4 No.36679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Get excited! Washington legal sales begin tomorrow!

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/07/us/07potshop.html
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Rituals, spells, other resources - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 22:17:42 EST ID:YkkXIUin No.36736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36262
>dicksucking epa faggot
>the fucking planet we live on

i hate you.

that's some good advice though.


Sophomore Year by Shit Gibblestock - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 11:51:39 EST ID:ZyLJ/ziw No.36720 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I survive sophomore year of college? And onwards?
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Sidney Pirrynere - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 13:42:16 EST ID:7nwlnlf2 No.36723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Adderall
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Jack Pettingfick - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 20:14:02 EST ID:lDXwhE0j No.36728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sex in ample supply.
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Hugh Pedgebedge - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 21:14:52 EST ID:q1V1OjZB No.36729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't die is basically the only advice worth giving.

Unless you go to one of the handful of schools that actually take grades seriously I don't understand how anyone has less than a 4.0 in college.
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Cornelius Peblingdale - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 18:16:00 EST ID:Cz+izEQf No.36730 Ignore Report Quick Reply
undergrad is easy. you do not need stims you just need to sit down and do all your assignments. C's get diplomas
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Basil Suffingson - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 02:25:46 EST ID:4TPz4Sht No.36733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36720
>real advice: find some cool people in your major / classes to study and do the HW with.

>free-time advice: do whatever you want.


How to buy a house by Molly Nobblebock - Fri, 21 Feb 2014 11:19:35 EST ID:ZL/dFca1 No.36157 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Both my parents died in the last year. My father owned land in a different state, he left my brother and I a house in the state we live in (but the house is wrecked beyond our capability to make it livable), and we're going to get some of his 401K money or something.

I'm a very lucky person. I have lived poor for most my life, so I want to make the best use of the money.

I don't care about the size of the house or how it looks, my only priorities are that it is not going to fall apart, and that it is mine. I just want a place to live, so I don't have to worry about things. I just want to work and get into college.

So how do you go about buying a house? How cheap do they come, and how expensive are they?
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William Fapperford - Wed, 12 Mar 2014 18:18:06 EST ID:6lBvcC+7 No.36243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In case you've been asleep the last 6 years: Do NOT get an adjustable rate mortgage.
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Phyllis Wezzlebury - Wed, 19 Mar 2014 15:40:47 EST ID:/zQahRz4 No.36274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
One of the big bonuses to having a home is for people who make enough money to get a tax deduction on the home. Essentially, you pay to live there, but you also save money on taxes. Owning a house is a bit crazy too, depending on the price. a $40k house is like spending over $100 a night to live there for a year. That's crazy. How long do you intend to live in a single area?not to mention all the other expenses which go into it. It's honestly cheaper for most people to rent.
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Isabella Murddale - Thu, 20 Mar 2014 00:03:46 EST ID:1wqnLcJX No.36275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36274
>Essentially, you pay to live there, but you also save money on taxes.

You can write off your property taxes and interest, but that's usually only worth it during the beginning of your mortgage term when your interest payments are at their highest, unless you already itemize your deductions instead of taking the standard deduction. Even so, a deduction isn't the same as a credit, so the reduction in your income tax owed is only a fraction of the amount you pay in property taxes. If anything, you pay more far more taxes when you own a home when you factor property tax in there.

>Owning a house is a bit crazy too, depending on the price. a $40k house is like spending over $100 a night to live there for a year. That's crazy.

Yes, it would be crazy if you decided to pay it all off in just 12 months. You know most mortgages are payed off in more than a year, right? And if you own the home long enough to pay it off or you've got the cash saved up to just buy it outright, then there's no need to concern yourself over that at all. The house is yours, with no monthly payments to make, just yearly property tax and insurance. Why is that so crazy?
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Polly Brevingshaw - Fri, 25 Apr 2014 23:10:21 EST ID:l2WLquFi No.36423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Build a tiny house, look them up! http://www.youtube.com/user/kirstendirksen
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Phyllis Trotway - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:37:33 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Make sure it's legit, no liens on the title, structurally sound, check with the county for back taxes owed, things like that. Talk to a few real estate brokers about the process, spend some time in the neighborhood, realize that this is probably where you'll be living for the rest of your life, and if it feels f'n good, go for it. Buy it. Owning your own home is the dream, nobody can take that away from you so long as you do the minimum upkeep, taxes, stuff like that. Throw a house-warming party, invite all your friends, family and most importantly your neighbors, you are going to have to be in the community with them no matter if you like them or not, so feed them some barbecue and beer and you'll have a bunch of friends on the block.
Good luck OP, it sounds like you're making the responsible decision on how to spend your money.


Govt Contracting by James Cubblesatch - Thu, 12 Jun 2014 20:37:39 EST ID:3GjNrHDf No.36593 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking to get into Gov't contract work, Maritime security etc. EX: guarding shipping freighters going through the horn of africa/ somali coast etc. Conderotti, does certifications and what not through a 6 day course. But after that whats the deal? Bring your own gear, firearm, food???
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Reuben Crannerfuck - Fri, 13 Jun 2014 02:27:45 EST ID:+dzMpiPM No.36595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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you ex mil,or had prior experience in the field?

cause if not then there are literally thousands of vets more qualified and looking for the same job.

not trying to be a dick but just letting you know
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Hedda Shittingcocke - Sun, 15 Jun 2014 20:11:28 EST ID:3GjNrHDf No.36611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
marine corps, so im qualified.
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Phyllis Trotway - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:24:24 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you could start with an 8 hour security guard training, lots of companies will train you with the expectation that you'll work for them, then you could check out a security contractor board instead of one filled with potheads, but please do get back to tell us how it goes. HOO-AH

> Devildog


Cars and Mechanical Savvy by Wesley Tootgold - Thu, 22 May 2014 04:36:24 EST ID:4u+yV6iJ No.36505 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking for books most like for good pointers on learning about cars
and car maintenance, in return more pictures that will haunt/question
your existence.
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Martin Crizzleshaw - Sat, 14 Jun 2014 16:35:51 EST ID:581pWSLr No.36604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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nb because pic
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Fuck Himblefock - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 19:24:42 EST ID:vasbhjfb No.36653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36604
nb?
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Thomas Seshpun - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 14:23:30 EST ID:lcfXn9Om No.36656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36604
Remember the matrix?
prepare to shitbrix
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGZiLMGdCE0
also nb because pic
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Thomas Seshpun - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 14:24:32 EST ID:lcfXn9Om No.36657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36656
also it's at the ninth second.

nb because I'm a retard who doesn't think before typing
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Phyllis Trotway - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:10:51 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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this is the only useful introductory book on fixing cars worth reading, nobody drives these cars anymore, everything is a lot more complicated now, but it's a great guide nonetheleess.


Tracking phones by Hannah Ferrydale - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 20:34:02 EST ID:tHqizGmt No.36699 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a company phone and I'm switching the sim card to an unlocked phone when I'm not in the office. I have a dual sim unlocked phone that I use for my private phone and company phone so I don't have to carry two.

I switch the company sim card back to the company phone during work hours because in the office I don't use my phone much and I suspect they're tracking my usage. I'm not paranoid. I know they track us. I just don't know how. I don't have any administrative app on my phone for that stuff. So I assume it's embedded in the OS (android).

I switch sims in the office so the company keylogger has some info to satisfy IT. I just assume that with office-hours data they won't suspect that I'm using it in a different, untrackable phone outside office hours.

I don't know if I'm explaining myself right, and maybe my presumption on how mobile keylogger work may be off the charts retarded. But one of my workers did the same thing and they locked her sim card. She ended up getting a new phone as a result. But she didn't switch sim cards as I do. She just left the sim card in her personal unlocked phone.

I don't do mischievous things on the company's dime. It's just a pain to carry two phones when it's unnecessary.

Anyone know how they may be tracking the phone? Some people have iOS and others android, so I suspect the software has to be compatible with both os's.
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Phoebe Billingson - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 21:33:12 EST ID:4vRU2TuX No.36700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Alot of what information they have depends on what the phone company gives them as part of the billing statement.

It is plausible that they give they a full call log, and less plausible, but not unpossible(sic), that they give them a full data usage log. In the event of a data log, it would probably be along the lines of - 30k 420chan.org 08:00 7/11/2014 and not key by keystroke or information such as your post.

Based on the data they get, they will still know what you are up to, even after switching phones and they may be able to figure out that you are switching phones.


Beyond statements from the phone company, if you are using company wifi, then that will very likely be scooped up keystroke by keystroke, and companies will spoof certificates and other tricks to get the information.

All that being said, I have doubts that the company has an embedded logger in the phone's OS, but you could probably find out by doing some online checking of the phone vendor, but either way you are better off using the company phone for company things, and getting your own phone plan for your phone, and be very careful when using corporate wifi
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Hannah Ferrydale - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 22:11:11 EST ID:tHqizGmt No.36701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36700
Thanks for the info. I didn't think they only got the call logs and possibly data logs.

A different branch of the corporation has all the phones with an uninstallable tracking app and since my phone doesn't show that app installed I figured there's a hidden app or something in the OS.

They were complaining that people were using too much data. So I figure they're tracking the individuals or possible just the individuals with the tracking app in their phone.

Again, I have my own private phone for private stuff.
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Phoebe Billingson - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 09:36:07 EST ID:4vRU2TuX No.36702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36701
They dont have to do anything special to tell how much data each person is using, that will show up on their statements by default
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Barnaby Brundernock - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 20:30:25 EST ID:3USPF5lB No.36706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Company phones are for company work.

You shouldn't really be fucking with there trust, after all they trust you with their business. And they have a right to know what you are doing with their fucking business related equipment.

Use a second phone for personal stuff, If that means taking up an extra 1x3x8cm^2 in your pocket then so be it.

Don't be selfish. Pocket space is totally worth being able to call your dealer and or have phone sex with that Chinese prostitute.
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Charlotte Nevingbure - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 22:20:43 EST ID:tHqizGmt No.36711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36706

I have a private phone. I have an unlocked dual sim phone that mine. And it has a tmobile sim I pay for.

I just add the company sim outside work hours so I don't have to carry the two phones. I use my private phone for everything.


outward opening door lock by Archie Dartgold - Fri, 04 Jul 2014 19:41:44 EST ID:prC46tqr No.36672 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>moving this thread from engi

So I just moved into a new apartment and the backdoor is a outward opening door facing the street, it has 3 dead bolts but it is obvious someone has crow barred it open before not sure if it was police/fire dept or someone broke in, anyway I want to get some sturdy locks on the thing but I am having trouble finding any for outward opening doors

I tried something like this http://www.amazon.com/Mintcraft-Ss-b04-db-Barrel-Stainless-Steel/dp/B001GLZQFG/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1404456927&sr=8-2&keywords=bolt+lock

but it won't fit on the door properly since the interior has a 4-5 inch molding I could drill into it but it would still be almost at the edge if connected to the door which would still be pretty easy to prey open since there would be less then a quarter inch of wood holding onto the bolt.

I was thinking the old fashioned chain door lock but with an outward opening door it seems like that would be easy to just cut.

tl;dr i need a outward opening door lock
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Rebecca Sablingmitch - Thu, 10 Jul 2014 23:48:59 EST ID:vxJIThVs No.36693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36692
>YOU are liable.

If by "you" you mean his landlord, maybe.
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Martin Dartham - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:08:04 EST ID:3USPF5lB No.36697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36693
Nope, Your living area is your responsibility, The landlord will share some of the blame, But a fire is the fault of whom ever was there at the time / created the cause of the fire. I'm certain the landlord will force that view in court to avoid having to pay out.
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Fanny Decklelock - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 15:53:05 EST ID:NheOdmO0 No.36698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36697

Not really worried about a fire more worried about someone breaking into my house when I am not home, because I live about 5-10 mins from the ghetto in a big city, I have renters insurance at least so If I do get robbed I will get some money but I would rather not get robbed, gonna talk to maintenance on Monday to see what I can do about having the door switched but the frame on the inside would have to be removed probably.


Btw how would they get injured by the outward opening door? it opens onto a patio its not the front door.
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Ernest Toothall - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 15:34:04 EST ID:NheOdmO0 No.36703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looking up codes in NC where I live it seems the only requirements are that the outward opening doors must have locks on them, and be weather proof.
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Cedric Chessleputch - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 18:52:06 EST ID:3USPF5lB No.36705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36698
Outwards facing doors are for communal/office spaces.
Inwards facing doors are for living spaces.

There's a whole slew of reasons why both are bad for different reasons.
But essentially one's for the people insides safety.
The other is for everyone outside safety.

And since a house is unlikely to be packed full of people it makes more sense to have the door open inwards to avoid the door being blown open by the pressure and heat caused by a fire. Which can and has caused many unnecessary spreading of fires and many eyebrows and lives to be lost.
Whereas an outwards facing door is to let a lot of people get out of a contained area quickly in case of fire.

If all you're worried about is having your placed ransacked then a door will not stop a determined thief. It will however slow them down.


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