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My mind is ready to be taught some crafty shit by Hamilton Foffinghad - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 12:12:21 EST ID:NCr+86aO No.37081 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am attempting to design and build a garbage bin grow chamber. What I have worked out, and this is very preliminary, is that I will use one LED light, a cone of aluminum foil from the light that directly focuses light on the growbed at the bottom. I'm drilling one hole, in which I will put a small fan. That is concern number one: how strong of a fan would I need to force the stanky ass kush air from the garbage can to my window, approximately a meter and a half away? Should I maybe install a larger fan on the top?

Concern number two is the hydroponic grow bed. Now I'm rreeaally new to this, truly out of my element, but I think a small waterbed with a pump that just swirls the water around, alongside careful nutrient and ph monitoring should be enough, right? I'd of course have the roots and clay medium in a cup with ample drainage so it can absorb nutrients.

Will post designs later today, when they are complete.

AS FOR WHY THIS ISN'T IN /CROPS/, because it has more to do with general knowledge of craftsmanship than a question directly related to growing.
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Doris Feshmudge - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 16:55:37 EST ID:Xd9ceVw1 No.37087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37081

Just take it to crops. Craftsmanship is involved when making a grow room.
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Priscilla Sallerfuck - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 18:30:23 EST ID:WvNsZ2pm No.37088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I will use one LED light,

stopped reading here, go do some research and post on the right board.
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Martin Hedgeshaw - Mon, 03 Nov 2014 14:46:20 EST ID:FqTqp+fA No.37090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No exp using LED's, I usually go with CFLs.

You'd want an array of 6 medium-sized 20-something watters alternating color tempratures between 2700k and 6400k range ("warm white" and "cool white" respectively). Use socket splitters and socket-outlet adapters and you can get thee Y's on a single power-strip. BC you're using CFL's heat isn't as big an issue, they save energy, and you can get some serious lumen out of it if you make a simple reflector out of cardboard and printer paper. You can get your lumen output into the 20k range, and that's really good for CFLs, and if you're only growing like 1-4 plants that's plenty of light and it's like $30 for the full assembly.

Which brings me to my next point, don't use foil! Use white! Non-glossy white surfaces reflect more energy than shinny ones I guarantee you. This is not exactly intuitive. If you're still on about using foil then use the non-shinny side, but straight up printer paper would be the best color to reflect energy off of.

Never fucked with hydroponics, but an easier medium is to use coco-coir bricks and then mix hydroponic nutes with distilled water. Fox Farms has a trio pack exactly for this, and other companies make specific coco-coir nutes. Look 'em up. Be careful not to burn your plants tho!
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William Bunshaw - Tue, 09 Dec 2014 16:17:38 EST ID:XoVywJ7D No.37146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude, if you're new to growing, just do this:

1- 10 Liters pot on the bottom
2- Mesh/grid at about 1/3 height of container. This is for SCROG, aka "using all your available surface for flowers".
3- 150 watts light or just a very good LED on top of container.
4- Fan for intake of air at about 1/2 height of container
5- Fan for air out at top of container. You can use a carbon filter to control smell.

How to use:

1- Put regular feminized seed (not auto!!) in glass of water for about 24 hours.
2- Put seed in pot full of premium growing soil (buy some, don't mix your own unless you absolutelly know what you're doing).
2- Add water
3- Wait until plant's height is above the grid. Bend the plant to go back under the mesh and wait for it to grow up above the mesh. Bend again. Google "SCROG METHOD" for details about this.
4- When grid is almost 2/3 filled by the plant, switch lights to flowering light cycle (12 hours on and 12 hours off).
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Electric hash pipe (e-cig, eGo-T) by Libbis - Mon, 05 Nov 2012 14:43:47 EST ID:n5LFqPZ5 No.32134 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, i made this and now i wanna share it with you.
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Polly Pickridge - Wed, 08 May 2013 01:20:51 EST ID:6btPKnQU No.34209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34208 oops wrong pic
nb
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Polly Pickridge - Wed, 08 May 2013 01:21:33 EST ID:6btPKnQU No.34211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34209
oops wrong pic
nb
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Cedric Bennerwodging - Wed, 08 May 2013 09:45:56 EST ID:wPIoBB/K No.34212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32134
What a terrible idea
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Esther Meddletidging - Mon, 09 Dec 2013 07:26:56 EST ID:v7ViRYfM No.35844 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this is retarded
get a seego vhit for 15 bucks, glass and way better
https://www.google.com/search?q=seego+vhit
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Reuben Brellerdock - Tue, 09 Dec 2014 01:43:56 EST ID:PAVBCqRE No.37145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
swag


Brewing your own acohol by Whitey Blackdale - Tue, 25 Nov 2014 08:46:26 EST ID:+iP0zI4S No.37128 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Not sure if this should go here or in /hooch/, but anyone have any advice or tutorials on how to brew your own vodka/rum/wine etc.? Alcohol is ass expensive thanks to taxes. What kind of setup and equipment do I need? What about ingredients?
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James Trotcocke - Tue, 25 Nov 2014 15:44:34 EST ID:qrdgB7NN No.37129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bucket, The bigger the better.

Water, clean

Sugar, For the alcohol percentage.

Flavouring, Apples for apple wine (Cider is a bit more complicated) Pears for pear wine etc. Potatoes for vodka (Requires distillation) molasses for rum (Also requires disillation)

Yeast. DO NOT USE bakers yeast. It will work, But the taste is awful and is likely to get infected. (Bakers yeast is intended to work at 40-50 degrees Celsius. Not the 20-30 degrees of alcohol brewing. In practice, It will be ineffective at growth, Decreasing the alcohol:sugar:time ratio. It will also have a lowered ability to fight off infections.)
Basically don't be lazy, Go to a brew shop or look up wyeastlab.com.
Yeast has a very pronounced effect on your drink. Pick it carefully.

Cleaning equipment, disinfecting solutions.

Presses for wine. Stills for spirits.
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Whitey Blackdale - Tue, 25 Nov 2014 16:58:01 EST ID:+iP0zI4S No.37130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37129
How long does it take before it's done?
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David Billingridge - Mon, 01 Dec 2014 15:55:17 EST ID:zKQvA33/ No.37139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37130
Depends on several factors.

The only true way to know is to wait untill your brew stops producing gases/bubbles.
Once you're reached that stage you need to wait for it to go clear. Then bottle/barrel it.
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Mon, 08 Dec 2014 02:44:06 EST ID:SewXD2S7 No.37144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37129
This guy probably knows what he's doing. But if you just want to get drunk and don't care about taste, here's the lazy idiot-proof method:
  1. Buy a jug of full-sugar grape juice, some granulated sugar, and some packets of whatever yeast you can find. If you see turbo yeast in the store, try that instead of baker's yeast.
  2. Before you get excited, drink some of the grape juice in order to leave a generous few inches of air space at the top of the jug.
  3. Now get a measuring cup and add to it a little bit of warm water. Not hot, just body temperature or slightly warmer.
  4. Dissolve a little sugar in this warm water. Estimate a few pinches or a spoonful or something; it doesn't have to be much.
  5. Dump one packet of yeast into the sugar water, and wait.
  6. After 10-15 minutes, your yeast should be foamy and bubbly. When this happens, dump the contents of the measuring cup into the jug of grape juice.
  7. Don't shake the jug. Just unscrew the cap a bit so the CO2 can escape as fermentation occurs. Store it in a warm, dark place with some rags or a dish underneath to catch any juices that may overflow.
  8. After an hour, go back and look at the jug. If it's swelling up, loosen the cap a little more so the air can escape. You don't want this sticky mess to explode.

Now you wait. Two weeks is usually enough time for a basic winelike beverage to occur, but if you have the patience, by all means let it "age" for a few more weeks. You can drink it earlier, but it won't have much alcohol and the yeast will still be hard at work. Generally, you should leave it alone until the bubbles have mostly stopped and you can no longer hear it fizzing. If desired, pour the wine through a coffee filter or two to strain out the gunk. Drinking some dead yeast won't hurt you but it might detract from the taste.


Meditation by George Babberman - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 16:01:34 EST ID:3Dw2Vcfa No.36738 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi!
I want to get into Vipassana meditation, I've read a little about it online.
Does anybody know how long I should do it daily? Are there any tips or other useful information anyone wants to share?

thanks in advance.
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Edwin Fellystone - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 00:12:24 EST ID:29gEQcil No.37059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36995
I did this last year and didn't get as noticable life changes as from doing LSD.

To each their own...maybe...

Daily 20 min meditation is awesome, though.
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Hugh Gonnerman - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 19:26:57 EST ID:MuPAaMM8 No.37085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36769
>sit there motionless and thoughtless or just go watch fucking TV
ain't those the same thing though
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Henry Drunderlad - Sun, 16 Nov 2014 19:46:55 EST ID:XtsfDIl9 No.37107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37085

yep meditation is the same as TV good job
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Beatrice Shittingshit - Tue, 25 Nov 2014 05:54:50 EST ID:q+0sd3XS No.37127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What are some thoughts about listening to music while meditating. Maybe classical pieces or ambient stuff... I feel like it could take the punch out of traditional meditation but I have trouble at this juncture staying focused and awake for long periods
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Thomas Shittingspear - Sat, 29 Nov 2014 16:49:59 EST ID:gjnAGLrX No.37137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37127
well that's not really meditation then, I think


Dat smuggle life by Nell Semmermat - Wed, 28 May 2014 17:36:25 EST ID:GnW/RpbT No.36528 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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'sup fools. Long time lurker, second-time poster here. Hope I picked the right board. I have a connection who's willing to send chocolates, candies and other delicious dispensary products from Cali to NYC, but I'm worried about being found out. I have a P.O. Box which I'm willing to use for semi-anonymity but is that enough? Does anyone else have experience with this sort of shit?
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Reuben Minkinwater - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 19:44:09 EST ID:dssJiRbE No.37068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's no difference between PO boxes/getting it sent straight to your house

Nobody's gonna camp your house out and watch you pick up some cookies to get you in prison unless you're buying like pounds of it.

You'll get a love letter but who the fuck gets caught domestically sending mail?

Only thing I could see happening is dogs doing some check on all mail or some shit, no idea
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Nicholas Dibblecocke - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 01:22:33 EST ID:PAVBCqRE No.37077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37051
THIS SHITS IMPORTANT
I bake weed too
I don't understand why you bake the weed on its own?
could you explain please?
and, does it really take 6 hours to mix right?
isn't boiling it bad for the thc content?
if you could lay out actual specifics
like what temperature to keep the pot of butter and weed at, for how long,
the specific amount of weed.
also
please tell me more about the sativa high
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Esther Hushsene - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 22:31:31 EST ID:wVgqOehK No.37089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37077

yea, this person sounds like they heat treat the shit out of a lot of thc, but what do I know I don't sell tons of edibles (or anything), but hey...is black panther good? Worth checking out ??
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Basil Crishfoot - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 10:04:18 EST ID:1VpjIb9W No.37092 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey OP, I sent some dank ass nugs and an oil pen (plus some oil) to myself in a bag of coffee from Denver to NY. No problems. Weed is practically legal now. Nobody gives a fuck. Regan ain't president no more.
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Matilda Cronkintere - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 19:56:20 EST ID:M89sgEXD No.37131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36528
i may have posted this before but if you google the username "postmaster" he should come up on some forum about shrooms and he made some topics about mailing stuff. he works for or used to work for the usps and details good ways to mail stuff through


Betting / Matched Betting / Gambling by Edward Sunninghatch - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 12:51:27 EST ID:KhrpPwHI No.36661 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What/who do you bet on if you are a gambler? And, what advice can you give a newbie wanting to research all this online matched-betting advice? There's literally loads to sift through and most of it seems crap or sponsored.

I'm trying to put my math degree to some use
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Jarvis Grandstone - Tue, 08 Jul 2014 15:26:51 EST ID:h4NpXkzT No.36684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36671
You can stack the odds in your favour, as a player It's called advantage playing. If your the house it's called cheating.
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Rebecca Gundlehark - Wed, 09 Jul 2014 14:45:20 EST ID:JvtlWg12 No.36685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36677
It's been done before, and people are doing it now. Just because you don't have the mental capacity to learn what to do doesn't mean others can't
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Rebecca Sablingmitch - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 00:19:48 EST ID:vxJIThVs No.36694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>online gambling

Math can predict things nicely in a perfect world, but it can't account for the human element. They want people to press their "luck". They lure you in with a few small winnings here and there, and then they start sapping money from you until you realize that you've been had and finally quit in shame, but by then it's too late. All of this matched bonus and frequent player points crap is just icing on the cake to entice you to stay and press your luck just a little bit longer. They have all your information, so if you try it again later they'll just keep robbing you blind without letting you win anything more. Sadly, a lot of people are gullible as shit and fall for it, and I'll bet some of these marks are even math nerds who haven't learned enough human nature or themselves. They don't understand how vulnerable they are.

Put your math degree to use at a real job and just play for fun, where the game is still honest.
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Alice Fublingtat - Thu, 20 Nov 2014 10:35:26 EST ID:vMITqxNw No.37115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36661
I do some betting on soccer games for fun, but I do it strictly offline for one main reason: I can have my winnings in my pocket as soon the match is over without having to give the equivalent of my arm and my firstborn in (hackable) personal information.

The math is one thing, but mostly it's used by the bookmaker to calculate profits on the bet. The best way IMO is to start mid-season. That way there's a lot of info on the teams and strategies from the first half of the season that you can use to gauge later matches.

Let's say we have a soccer match between Denmark and Germany
Without info I would be playing blind (apart from bet multipliers), and essentially it boils down to a 50/50 match. With info on the team composition and performance over some time, it's easier to gauge the teams' strategies against eachother. If you've seen the 1992 Europe cup (where we beat Germany) compared to Danish play today, you can see what I mean..

Again, the best way to increase chances is to watch the teams in action and to see how they have done previously. This often makes you take the safer bets.

IRL there is no way to predict a match 100%, math or no math, that's only possible if the team is static. If you switch players, the math falls apart; not only do you have a new player with different strengths, but the effort of the previous player has to be counted in as well.

The same goes for poker, even pro players need a few rounds to judge the probability of a given card, flow of cards and the style and expressions of the opponents.

In the end math can tell who the probable winner is by a percentage, but it cannot predict if the stock market's gonna crash next week, that Barcelona wins the next match or that the US will fall apart within 50 years.
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Nigger Duckshaw - Thu, 20 Nov 2014 23:36:01 EST ID:G9bso1mB No.37118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36663

Thats actually bullshit. In vegas, the casinos count themselves lucky if they break even on baseball.

so for OP, bet bases.

maybe play around with this for a start:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_expectation


tao of chan by Edward Bronkincocke - Fri, 07 Nov 2014 00:54:04 EST ID:MPwwbk1h No.37093 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a Masters in Ethnomusicology, for what it's worth. I'm here to answer any kuestions you have ( my CUE key doesn't work so I'm using K in it's place ) and I'm also here to humbly ask if anyone has tips or, preferably guides on how to kuickly move up within a company to manager and then to be the positions above that?
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Lydia Mummlebury - Thu, 13 Nov 2014 20:35:04 EST ID:mWhZFhLd No.37104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37093
I'm sorry for your degree choice but to answer your question; Take initiative, be involved, be a "people person", go beyond your job description, look for ways to improve efficiency around your workplace. Just doing your job, even doing it well, isn't enough to move quickly. You need to prove that you belong in a higher position.
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Nell Dartstone - Mon, 17 Nov 2014 20:34:52 EST ID:Hl7l//i5 No.37108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37093
sorry dear, no info re:movin' on up in corporate America (or elsewhere), but if you need to type something (such as resumes) that involves the letter 'q', you may want to find your computer's "on-screen keyboard" so you can use that character when necessary.

there are positions that only require a degree from an accredited institution and don't care what the major was. they want to see that you have the stick-to-it-ive-ness to complete the coursework to earn your degree (and that you don't burn out and quit). a lot of state and local (county/city) governmental positions seem this way.

best of luck in life, OP!
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Alice Fublingtat - Thu, 20 Nov 2014 09:55:53 EST ID:vMITqxNw No.37114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37093
>I'm also here to humbly ask if anyone has tips or, preferably guides on how to >kuickly move up within a company to manager and then to be the positions above >that?

The easiest way would be to found your own company, then, if possible, build it up until it can be subnitted to the stock market. Once there, keep a good part of the stocks for yourself. From day 1 you are the manager and the visionary.

But don't ever think it's an easy job... A proper manager is always too busy for golf.

If you consider becoming a manager for the sake of getting your ass licked by employees or just to have a say, then stay away. you'll be doing more harm than good on the company level.

In order to get a management position, it's also a bonus to bring recommendations and proven results from your previous jobs.


How do you cook crystal Meth? by Martha Chadgeham - Tue, 23 Sep 2014 23:46:27 EST ID:48MrbPMy No.36975 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Guys, I really want to know how to either shake and bake, and what ingredients to use

and or how to REALLY cook, and how to get DANK ass crystals instead of shake I would love some feedback
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Charles Purringlodge - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 22:46:06 EST ID:60h0Hqd8 No.37028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36975
Look up uncle festers guide to manufacturing methamphetamine
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Betsy Muvinghood - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 06:02:30 EST ID:M/Pwz/hC No.37041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
settle down jesse
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Martin Hedgeshaw - Mon, 03 Nov 2014 14:54:46 EST ID:FqTqp+fA No.37091 Ignore Report Quick Reply
actual meth isn't stable in "dank-ass crystals", actual good meth is only stable in shake. You need to thin it out and put structural binders in it to get huge crystals.
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Molly Niggerdale - Mon, 10 Nov 2014 09:03:52 EST ID:XJPn8u5b No.37100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36975
chem major here. The recipe is relatively easy, but I don't know if I should post.
What I will post is that many of the solvents/by products formed will be soluble in acetone where meth is only very slightly soluble. So if you want more pure stuff from shake&bake, do an acetone wash over a filter, then when the acetone evaporates off (it does so very quickly), dissolve meth in as little water as possible and let it evaporate off slowly to form crystals.

Also if you figure out how to make it please wear gloves, especially when opening the bottle, as anhydrous ammonia will fuck your shit up. Also wear a respirator, or at the very least a mask and keep ventilated. Also when you make hydrochloride gas, WEAR A FUCKING RESPIRATOR. That shit will kill you dead

Use nitrile gloves for the ammonia portion of the cook, and latex gloves for the hydrogen chloride portion. and make sure you study the cook well and look for potential dangers of any of the portions of the cook, such as ammonia, hydrochloride gas, lithium, etc so you dont kill yourself.

Stay safe homie
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Alice Fublingtat - Thu, 20 Nov 2014 09:40:58 EST ID:vMITqxNw No.37113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37100
>>36975
True, Meth-cooking is very dangerous if you don't take precautions. If you've seen Breaking Bad, one of the very real things in the series is the safety equipment. Take heed to Walt's advice to use proper equiment as well... If the chemicals don't kill you, using the wrong type of glass or metal will (most likely from blowing up in your face).

Do not, under any circumstances, cook (meth)amphetamine using kitchen or home equipment... A friend of mine learned that the hard way, and has half his face full of small scars from glass and chems when a glass pan exploded near him. A face full of glass is one thing, but add strong acids and chemicals to the mix. I had one of the manliest men i've ever met cry and scream like a baby for an hour while I poured water on his face.

Same guy also has lung problems for cooking for years with insufficient ventilation and masking.

Even though i'm capable of cooking, know the chemistry by heart etc., I haven't even considered trying to cook since, simply because of the danger... you can fuck yourself up real bad if you don't know what you're doing.


Fast, Simple, Video editing by Archie Buzzville - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 00:58:33 EST ID:WvNsZ2pm No.37060 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have tried a few programs in the past for video editing but they always seem to not be complete, IE having to download other converting programs as well and having to go threw many steps to simply edit a clip out of a video or things of this nature.

I simply want a program that can easily cut copy and paste sections of video no matter the file type and be able to easily save it as the file type I wish without it ruining the video or compressing it and making it look like crap or being forced to change the resolution etc.

Doesn't matter if its free or not, just want something simple and complete.

Mainly its for creating gifs and light video editing but it doesn't need to do anything fancy or be able to add tons of effects n stuff.
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Hugh Gonnerman - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 19:25:16 EST ID:MuPAaMM8 No.37084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just pirate sony vegas or something, that's what I did
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Cedric Pidgehall - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 15:29:31 EST ID:VCQPix6e No.37086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Calling a butt plug a dildo

We need to use the right terminology. Don't be homophobic.


working at lobor works. by Nell Poshfoot - Mon, 08 Sep 2014 18:44:37 EST ID:QS18Zw4O No.36905 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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not sure if this is where i should post this, but im thinking about going to labor works because i really fucking need money. im not sure how labor works is but ive heard you just go in, get analyzed, and then wait around for several hours to a day until they have work for you. does anybody have experience with labor works? would it be likely that i can get a paycheck within 24 hours?
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Eugene Wegglemedging - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 19:18:10 EST ID:LUlef+Tq No.37032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37031
Also the temp agency I worked at will pay you the same day but you have to be able to get your check from the agency before they close and also be able to make it to the bank. So if you're trying to get paid the same day so you can buy your crack or whatever, make sure you get a job that doesn't work you past 5pm
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Eugene Wegglemedging - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 19:20:40 EST ID:LUlef+Tq No.37033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36927
This depends on which agency you go to. But I know labor ready didn't require any of those and provided everything you need for the job.
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Archie Puggledale - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 21:09:38 EST ID:d7cLDG53 No.37037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
for all you dudes with trade jobs, how is it? I was thinking of becoming an electrician but honestly I just want a job where I can feel good about the job I do and still have plenty of free time for fun and stuff.

What are you average hours?
how long does it take to get licensures?
are community colleges and trade schools not scams?
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Lillian Gingerdock - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 16:45:38 EST ID:PMraJ0UZ No.37042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37037
Tig welder here. I work at a plant that manufactures custom ventilation systems ( for firefighters, industrial greenhouses, auto shops, ect). Work in welding can range from shitty, outdoor structural shit up to cushy gigs in air conditioned shops, but industry equivalent of a coffee-fetching intern makes $15 an hour, with the average being 23-27 and if you get into pipe you're looking at 30-50 depending on how experienced you are, how dangerous the job is, and how critical/high quality that weld joint needs to be. I'm in a pretty large shop, so we use shifts, and so my hours are always 7am-4pm monday through friday.

You can get a cert for a specific kind of welding in as little as two semesters, but getting more certs/an associates can take up to two years.

Community colleges and trade schools can be really good, but buyer beware. There's a big problem with "for profit" schools out there that are scams, but the good ones are really worth it.

Accreditation used to be the big thing, but somehow the "for profit" colleges got around it. The big thing to look for is tax payers are putting money into the school. If the tax payers are invovled, the government is over-seeing the program which means that there is no room for scams. For Community colleges, look to see of credits in non-trade programs ( shit like history, math, language, ect) transfers to the nearest 4-year state university. If they don't transfer, it means that that college was probably a shitty scam. If your college is in an office building, a strip mall, or other space that can be bought or rented, its probably a scam, but be careful because some places with traditional outdoor campuses went bankrupt and were then bought out and turned into scams. Also look for partnerships from trade associations, Like the AWS (American welding association) or AMRA (automotive maintenance and repair association). Beware the names "Corinthian college" "Everest " "WyoTech" and "university of phoenix", and understand that if any more than 10% of your class time is supposed to be online that no one will take it seriously.
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Fuck Higglepuck - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 01:27:05 EST ID:E+IMJZZJ No.37044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Look up day labor. Just show up in the early AM, the ones I worked at cash paid after the job. Work faster to get the job done early still get paid what the job agreement was for the job the the service. Haven't seem aything anything different.

Having a car would usually guarantee work, basically always. An obligation if
you haul others is they would give gratuity for giving them a ride and an opportunity
to make money. The services I remember would pay some gas money also.

No car, a bit tougher. Places with regulars, like alcoholics they may not choose you
over them if you are young, as they would not want to cause tension between them and
and the service. This happens at some places but not others.

If you are somewhat focused steady and not hung over all the time maybe seek a job with a painting company for a longer term solution. Work day labor for a while and buy basic hand tools. Painter whited (pants) hand masker, 5-in-one, respirator for interior work.
The company may offer the tools and take the cost out of your paycheck. Some may
just have the tools but it is better to own your own tools. A small grate and small
roller may be needed, along with a brush.
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ITT ask me to tell you how to do anything by Edward Chogglebury - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 14:58:39 EST ID:VqYUWxvB No.36897 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I will stick around and explain because I have knowledge in almost every field cover by this website and in real life

so ask me something I will reply! :)
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Matilda Billerdock - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 01:53:44 EST ID:AEG54VkG No.36992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36929
>rarest CD
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Matilda Billerdock - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 01:54:39 EST ID:AEG54VkG No.36993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36992
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Jack Ducklelog - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 20:53:33 EST ID:KvjZNwWE No.37002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36992
>>36993
Lol..
It was actually a promo cd
and I got it
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Angus Hummerbark - Thu, 09 Oct 2014 02:58:32 EST ID:4ETs/M1c No.37021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36925
if you knew what it was why would you?
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Barnaby Shittingridge - Thu, 09 Oct 2014 13:58:17 EST ID:DJiCYjzF No.37022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36929
punch her in the back of the head when she least suspects it


Egg Shells by Fucking Clayhall - Sat, 17 May 2014 21:30:24 EST ID:MUDO+c0r No.36486 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How to remove the shell from boiled egg?
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Simon Bocklechitch - Fri, 30 May 2014 13:33:06 EST ID:cmdMAbeZ No.36535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36514
You can crack it in one piece. Cracked at the bottom and boiled right, it should peel away in a single piece.
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Synthetic !ryBONGJej. - Tue, 03 Jun 2014 16:33:32 EST ID:YXUnIPhO No.36547 Report Quick Reply
OP, here you go:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OERZ8Pqs9iU&feature=kp
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Lillian Bunwell - Wed, 04 Jun 2014 14:17:38 EST ID:Oqm0ihlY No.36551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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2 egg whites
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Samuel Wuddleson - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 19:21:49 EST ID:Dm3hTXaq No.37019 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Not just cracking it before you boil it
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Polly Bundale - Wed, 08 Oct 2014 02:00:29 EST ID:WXVUa0mT No.37020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The secret technique:

Tap around the shell to crack the shell, then peel the egg UNDER A STREAM OF RUNNING COLD WATER. The water forces its way under the shell and makes it come loose. Often it makes the shell pop right off.


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