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Finding out when someone's died/finding their grave by Betsy Drabblebot - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 00:04:02 EST ID:QWBgBzyP No.37610 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Yo, how does one figure out when someone they know, but no longer are in touch with has died? Also how does one go about finding out where they are buried. Someone who beat my mother needs to get their grave pissed on once they're dead.
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Molly Mivingfuck - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 01:16:41 EST ID:O/CcNrEt No.37735 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You search for an obituary.

James Cupperwater - Sat, 28 Nov 2015 21:45:22 EST ID:UEJJ1aS2 No.37739 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Oh bitch, you airy? Why didn't you care to fare me, the cab fee was hefty like a zip lock, don't hick cop around me, you'll pass it like my ass and heeby jeebies. I don't want your cooties.
Archie Grandhood - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 00:36:16 EST ID:QWBgBzyP No.37761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah but I don't know where this candy ass is going to die.
James Buzzshit - Tue, 22 Dec 2015 00:23:24 EST ID:CFf041P9 No.37764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what if they get cremated how will you piss on the urn?
Hugh Findergold - Thu, 31 Dec 2015 18:43:24 EST ID:sTDgaXFM No.37776 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd break into their next of kin's house and shit in the urn. Fuck pissing in it. I'd shit in it.

I'm a sveedish plumbler I'm here to fix your pivpes by Charles Dorryfield - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 03:48:18 EST ID:kOAMp0fl No.37762 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It's a vourkin, it's a vourkin, don't vorrie bout it, don't worrie bout anything!

Fleeing by Cyril Fuckingwill - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 14:31:18 EST ID:JA1HVk9t No.37737 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I will try to keep this as short as possible people.

I know someone, a woman, who is Lebanese and has 2 children. She is married but they are basically separated. The guy he is I think technically a sociopath and he uses his own kids as pawns in his game. He doe snot love them and he does not live with her or his 2 kids anymore, but does see them sometimes. Example he took them on a 40km journey on a motorbike with no helmets and they are like 10 and 12 yo, also it was cold and now they are ill.

Anyway she wants to the country because Lebanese law is such that the man has all of the power when it comes to custody of kids through a divorce and many other things. She wants to flee. She does not know how and I a wondering what would be the best place, way and how? The main thing here is for the kids sake, this guy is terrible and ruining many lives

Any further details that are needed I will provide them
Thanks in advance
Phyllis Bemblestudging - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 21:35:33 EST ID:NbBLUzz2 No.37749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You either have to have family outside of Lebanon who can organize y'all a ticket out of Beirut (had a friends cousin who fled her husband in Byblos>Beirut>Cyprus>Greece>Australia) or jump ship to Damascus and hope you can get to Jordan before IS nuts push south or Assad starts rekin shit.

Hope your friend gets out alright, Insh'Allahu.
Nigger Clonnerlut - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 06:48:24 EST ID:H4kkfYFO No.37779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like a lot from one side of the baby
but not a plan from the other side
It's the escape of 3.

Stressful Discovery by Henry Clabbershaw - Wed, 07 Oct 2015 02:31:15 EST ID:ks5f1zGB No.37687 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I just got a new fridge and had to install a water line for it, using a T-junction from the sink and running it through the cabinets. Problem is, out of fear of overtightening the lines as I was warned by several people, I didn't tighten it enough and it turns out our sink has been dripping for a while now. We have hardwood next to our kitchen and as I stepped on it today.... squish. What the fuck?

There was definitely water under the floor boards... Fuck. Upon closer examination I realized the edges of the boards were buckling. It had just rained that day so I was freaking out that our roof was leaking. Checked all nearby walls, floor molding, ceiling, nothing... then I thought of the new line under the sink and found the drip. So I shut off the valve, fixed the leak, and have been cramming paper towels into every crack and crevice and stepping on the boards and trying to push the water into the towels, which kinda sucked most of the water out. It isn't squishing now but I'm worried about the damage this could cause. I live in Arizona so humidity isn't a problem but I'm still stressed. After some googling I saw some vacuum suction things you can put on the floor, but I don't know if that's needed. Also have a box fan blowing across it for whatever good that will do. I just needed to vent this somewhere, seems like I always have something to fix or work on at this place... *sigh*. Anyway, anyone have any other tips for me in handling this? I plan to just carefully monitor over the next week or so to see if I need more serious restoration done.

Also my girlfriend hasn't even noticed lol I want to avoid telling her and just fix it so she doesn't trip
James Cupperwater - Sat, 28 Nov 2015 21:47:59 EST ID:UEJJ1aS2 No.37740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
better go catch it
Phoebe Bagglewater - Sun, 29 Nov 2015 20:52:02 EST ID:Eh9zZgXY No.37742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A thing to note is mold issues. There are blowers for drying wet carpet that would direct the air down to/under/across the floor. Better than a just a box fan, you can rent these for pretty cheap.

As much time has passed.

You could refinish the entire hardwood floor and baseboards. floor. Depending could sand, stain and clear coat it. With Stain, sand the floor, seep/vacuum, apply, wipe off. Clear coat, Keep moving, apply evenly, keep a wet edge. Work fluently, going back may cause tacky effects.

Also look into sand sealer, Sand the floor, stain, apply sand sealed, sand with a light grit
usually sand sponge, sweep and go over with a clean dry towel to ensure dust is minimal.
Clear coat and done. Can build the clear coat for a nicer refined finish.

A respirator is a good idea, stuff is flamable so turn off pilots lights, water heater etc light if they are nearby. The vapors stay in the air and hang low and tend to go right to water heaters.

Also keep dust off the final clear finish, no more sanding. Otherwise it will show. Close windows doors noting , pot up platic between the room.

Sorry for the overkill but if you have nice wood there make it really nice.

Glasswork repair? by Lillian Claywater - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 05:08:44 EST ID:v03Jz29y No.37695 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a lowball glass that developed a crack along the side earlier this year that I've continued to use since the crack was so small that nothing leaked out. However, after months of continued use and dishwashing cycles the crack now goes from the lip of the glass down about three-quarters and then curves around to another side. It's still sealed, though, and does not leak liquid. I'm getting kind of worried about the crack getting worse, to the point that it'll either shatter in my dishwasher or in my hand. I'll probably just throw it away, but I was wondering if there's a way to fix it since I get bored from time to time and DIY stuff helps pass the time if it's interesting. Is there a home method of repairing glasses that have these hairline fractures?
Isabella Cloblingham - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 13:52:35 EST ID:mDbgbdG9 No.37697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
essentially, you won't be able to add much heat without cracking the glass more, so you're going to need to apply some kind of cement or epoxy if you want to save the glass.
also wash it by hand.
Lillian Claywater - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 19:21:16 EST ID:v03Jz29y No.37699 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Yeah I was thinking about applying heat but was worried about it just hurting the integrity of the glass before it managed to seal the crack. Running my fingernail over it it seems the crack is on the inside of the glass and doesn't go through to the outer side at any point. As such, applying cement/epoxy to the inside where liquids will be kind of worries me. I'll look up if there's non-toxic options available, but I'm thinking I should just take my lowball out back and put it out of its misery.
Charles Fockleridge - Wed, 28 Oct 2015 18:20:21 EST ID:cMd2ZciT No.37712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
epoxy is what you are looking for.
Priscilla Nuvingtad - Thu, 29 Oct 2015 01:01:26 EST ID:Cy4p435G No.37713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wouldn't use epoxy for a drinking glass. too many nasty chemicals leeched by most 2 part epoxies, plus it can't withstand much heat. I've seen glass repaired with UV curing glue.

How to find a CHEAP room rental in a rural-ish area by Eliza Guddledock - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 21:48:40 EST ID:agaEBfv9 No.37649 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm going to move to a completely new area many states away. I have about $1200 to keep me going until I find work in said area.

I need to find a CHEAP rental place for at least 6 months; just a tiny room with heat and access to a bathroom will do. It doesn't have to have furniture or be in good condition or anything; wireless internet would be nice but I can make it work without. I essentially just need to keep myself from sleeping outside and dying of hypothermia.

How do I go about finding a CHEAP place like this while still a thousand miles away from where I want to live? I've tried craigslist and it's hard to find any room shares at all in the desired area (very rural, just a few small cities). Those that exist aren't any cheaper than the most basic apartments: $350-400/month at the very lowest. Is this really the lowest price you can get for a bare-bones apartment or even just an empty room? Are there any good sites besides craigslist for finding something cheap and informal like what I want?
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Nathaniel Damblepadge - Sat, 19 Sep 2015 22:14:38 EST ID:ZYyaFo3k No.37658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just b like me man and find a dude from your dealer with a shed and ask to pay monthly to live usually if hes poor u can do it for like 100-200 maybe more if its insulated
Eliza Worthingbury - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 06:03:00 EST ID:n9LIDauQ No.37666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Check Craigslist in Minnesota. Minnesota is legit, bro. You will do fine. I pay 300/mo
Simon Mommlechen - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 03:53:04 EST ID:Q5pOpV1V No.37675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you tried seeing if there are any hostels around the area? Theyre pretty cheap and you can usually meet some good people
Lydia Fettingnadging - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 23:54:17 EST ID:kMUgzApq No.37683 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Not gonna lie, I was that dealer. You get way better odds if you supply pizza and bacon and random pies. Dude crashed on my floor for like two months, lol. Fuck you Stephen and your Propylene Glycol addiction. But bring me more fruit pies please, if you're reading this...
Nicholas Sumblefadge - Tue, 20 Oct 2015 14:04:04 EST ID:ZISGTkuk No.37708 Ignore Report Quick Reply

open room concept i already posted about this but, every time ilook at this i want it more and more with screen and more weight on the floor by intellectuality

Carving Pipes by ShitFuck McGee - Wed, 16 Sep 2015 18:46:07 EST ID:FOPQLfzj No.37652 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone have any experience with making pipes out of good old fashioned trees? I got one decent pipe i made from some scrap wood, a dremel, and drill. That pipe was small though and id like to start working on larger pieces. Right now i got a pipe in the making thats a bit over a foot long and i need to know how to bore out the stem of it. I tried taking a wire coat hanger and using a torch lighter to make the end red hot but that only worked for like maybe 5-6 inches. Anyone know a more reliable way of making that part of the pipe?

TLDR: Need to know how to make really deep holes like yer mums
Sidney Drocklenet - Sun, 20 Sep 2015 05:59:31 EST ID:QgiVSobN No.37660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Make a drill? Sharpen the end or your coat hanger? Thats probably the easiest idea.
Or google, google knows all
Try primitive drilling/woodworking I found a link but can't figure out how to paste on my phone... and I didn't google it before I wrote this reply...
Lydia Fettingnadging - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 00:07:37 EST ID:kMUgzApq No.37684 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Here's the best advice you'll get. Dip them in shellac. It will make them handle the higher heat of weed, help preserve and strengthen them, and make them shiny.
Charlotte Gengerway - Sun, 11 Oct 2015 19:09:22 EST ID:hCwfRJkL No.37700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've made several pieces over the last few years, out of different materials. My favorite method is to use bamboo and wood for a bong. A ~12" long section of bamboo, cut just above and below the nodes makes a killer little bong chamber. Just make sure to thoroughly dry the bamboo before working with it, or it'll split in half after a couple weeks, and of course water can't be left inside the bong for days on end. you should empty it right after smoking.

I then glue a little section of wood onto the side of the bamboo, and drill a hole diagonally through it into the bamboo chamber, this essentially being the downstem.

For the bowl I drill a hole through a little block of wood, about the size of a large 6 sided dice, making sure it's a safe wood to smoke from, (maple is the cheapest and easiest to find, but there are other safe options like olive, cherry, and briar). After that I press fit in a bit of brass tube halfway through the block, and then drill the pilot hole to ~3/8" until it hits the end of the brass tube, this forms the chamber.

From there I just embellish and clean up the looks of the piece, and sometimes seal the rim where your lips go to keep it more sanitary.

I've had some of these last well over a year of constant use, though the bowls get a little bit charred after a while if you torch your bowls.

pic related, a zelda themed one I made a few years back. I'll post some more illustrative diagrams later
Charlotte Gengerway - Sun, 11 Oct 2015 19:35:45 EST ID:hCwfRJkL No.37701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bad mold problem by Henry Gegglefuck - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 16:04:33 EST ID:supwLzF6 No.37637 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm pretty sure I live in a house with black mold and I had no way or money to fix it. I'm buying a mold test kit asap but right now I have every symptom. My nose gets stuffy only in my room, sometimes I get head pains, I'm sensitive to weather and sweat easy. I'm always thirsty and pissing every 30 seconds. My window has a really musty smell where I think the mold is an the wind is constantly blowing into my room through that window. On especially windy days all my symptoms get worse and all I can smell is mustiness. What do?literally every time I go in my room without fail my nose pluga up, I get headaches, my neck gets stiff and all I can smell is muaty shit. I think it's a really severe mold problem because the wind hits my window dead on all day every day and I live in upstate NY so the wind literally blows 60 mph all fucking day long. The window is sit quality so all the wind passes right through it and it all smells must and awful I can tell the wind is blowing mold spores in my room all day. The window freezes bad in winter and has a inch of ice on it every single morning so it just melts and drps Anton of water down the inside of my window. Wtf do I do?
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Emma Buzzville - Wed, 09 Sep 2015 02:13:31 EST ID:supwLzF6 No.37640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck I have no way out at all
Clara Pevingspear - Tue, 15 Sep 2015 20:17:37 EST ID:Z9M6oY5w No.37651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
why not?
Alice Clonderberk - Fri, 18 Sep 2015 14:34:33 EST ID:CJC0B77k No.37654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
get a spray bottle from the dollar store or where ever; if your re-using one be sure to rinse it out well.

Fill with 2:1 mixture of water and bleach. (dont have to be exact, just dilute the bleach a little more)
spray the affected area with the bleach water.

Once thats done, I would almost recommend fixing the window, however if you want to be really cheap about it, go get some of the 3m window wrap, put that shit up and hit it with the hair dryer to tighten it up.

That should stop the wind from blowing in, and prevent/lessen the window from freezing in the winter.
Also it looks like that window could be easily reached from the outside, so I would also get some silicone caulk in a tube and seal the outside sill better, that should help stop some of the air leaks as well.

Also, dehumidifier, they do wonders although they are a little more expensive than bleach, silicone, and 3m window wrap.
Alice Clonderberk - Fri, 18 Sep 2015 14:35:29 EST ID:CJC0B77k No.37655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
also don't forget to clearly mark the spray bottle with bleach in it as "BLEACH", don't want to accidentally use that shit thinking its water or 409 or some shit.
Lydia Fettingnadging - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 00:11:03 EST ID:kMUgzApq No.37685 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Here ya go. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potassium_bicarbonate I suggest painting the window with a paint of copper oxide as well.

WEBM GUIDE by Cedric Sarringpud - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 15:18:25 EST ID:+tBSBOaY No.37682 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How are you guys making WEBM's? The only video editing program I have is freemake.

Ddddddd by Whitey Nallerfield - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 23:06:01 EST ID:G6BT3tUq No.37671 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Blacksmiths? I just read this tutorial and I am pumped to make some knives then Eventually more elaborate art pieces. (Maybe even a sword worthy of kevin sorbo's grip.)


Tell me your knowledge.
Shit Gunderfune - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 05:56:21 EST ID:XX4Q7so/ No.37676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just start with some iron daggers to get your smithing to 100. Nerd. /s

How does one... by Nigger Trotwater - Fri, 12 Jun 2015 03:00:20 EST ID:OVGdKqkn No.37516 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Nigger Febberson - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 20:10:21 EST ID:HJbyMSqK No.37614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nigger Febberson - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 20:11:55 EST ID:HJbyMSqK No.37615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Faggy Facklefoot - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 11:59:56 EST ID:YOXqiPAK No.37636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just recently got i2p and have literally no idea how to use it. I haven't started it up since the day got it cause it's super slow. Any suggestions/ things I should use it for?
William Honeyspear - Mon, 21 Sep 2015 02:20:14 EST ID:uejGqgw2 No.37662 Ignore Report Quick Reply

This is the hub of dnm communications at present, aside from individual site forums.
There's a noob subreddit also.
Don't use hiddenwiki.
Use tails from the start.
Faggy Subberstock - Mon, 28 Sep 2015 01:33:28 EST ID:Vj+VcnLf No.37669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The darknet is just russians posting about boring things. There's nothing interesting, and 3/4 websites don't work.

british investing by Hamilton Cruppergold - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 12:29:34 EST ID:jQztOMOM No.37642 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do any of you people know the best banks to set up a long term savings account ?

Is there anything better I could invest my money in in england ?

Also how do you go about buying stocks over here ? do you buy them online or through your bank or a speicial stock broker ?

Whats a good site to go on to learn about investing in the stock market and finding out how to research companies you want to invest in ?
Frederick Ginderwell - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 17:19:23 EST ID:ZPF45Wjx No.37645 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Unless you plan on training yourself in it as a profession, you're probably better off putting your money in a bank rather than trading stocks yourself. Go to a reputable bank that hasn't been involved in too many scandals and explain that you have cash that you want to invest. Try a few different ones and choose the one you like the most.

So, online stock trading is a thing you don't necessarily have to go through a broker. But they will take part of what you earn. A few google searches will find you some of them, and there are practice ones where you can make sure you don't blow all your money immediately. Some people have made a decent amount of money, and many of them have good tools to help you plan what you want to do. This is much more risky than putting it in a bank.
Polly Trotworth - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 09:39:24 EST ID:jQztOMOM No.37647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
no risk no reward though right

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