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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

stink bomb

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- Fri, 12 Jun 2015 10:33:56 EST ac2oFXG1 No.37517
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How can I make a stink bomb? My neighbors are all inconsiderate pricks and I want revenge. One of my neighbors is a hillbilly renivatinga house all by himself so every DA for months on end I hear him pounding nails and shit and it's right next to my roo m. My other neighbors wake me up every single morning with their animals. I think I should be allowed revenge. I don't want to buy anything just use household itema
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Ian Cranningnere - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 07:33:59 EST S5mXz8Mi No.37524 Reply
Just burn hair

Not your own[/b]
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Sophie Sinkinwerk - Fri, 19 Jun 2015 06:47:44 EST 628G4P6U No.37528 Reply
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>>37524
if you can get your hands on some KNO3 you can make sugar smoke grenades (heat up sugar and potassium nitrate in sauce pan over electric burner and pour into resealable monster energy drink container) before the liquid hardens add the pubes you shaved off with an electric razor (no extra moisture). That would create the nappiest smoke bomb ever!

yfw smelling that shit
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Phoebe Ponningdock - Fri, 19 Jun 2015 13:50:46 EST G6BT3tUq No.37530 Reply
>>37528
THANKS JOLLY ROGER i appreciate YOUR ANARCHIST COOKBOOK LOL

New phone?

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- Tue, 03 Mar 2015 17:48:54 EST uEs40J0L No.37327
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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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Martha Honeywell - Wed, 18 Mar 2015 00:33:24 EST Zv+BIrcR No.37370 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 y2z6kIaY No.37384 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 Kzo7nuMk No.37499 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

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- Sun, 17 May 2015 13:03:24 EST 6eJbVqbN No.37480
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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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Eugene Billingcocke - Tue, 26 May 2015 03:27:56 EST JT+yCQEk No.37492 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 nuQ4QZNE No.37493 Reply
>>37491

Why not just gamble all your money away at the casino? Forex is basically the same thing.
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Shitting Pankinstene - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 11:31:43 EST 47j7rrfG No.37831 Reply
if you're a math/compsci major try getting a job as a quant, ie real traders tell you what patterns to look for, you build programs that identify said patterns in the markets.

would be the best way for you to learn tbh, get a job. that and start paper trading in your spare time.

cool living

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- Sat, 09 Aug 2014 23:35:05 EST KvjZNwWE No.36774
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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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Spunky - Tue, 19 May 2015 08:30:06 EST QaalSlFd No.37481 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 xEv4FIMj No.37486 Reply
yea just go ahead

what could go wrong

Tiny Home?

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- Wed, 25 Feb 2015 23:48:12 EST 0xi9ECCA No.37317
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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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Doris Semmerhedging - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 19:26:09 EST YSJWIFf0 No.37436 Reply
Search adobe bricks or supet adobe. You are welcome
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Nicholas Grimwill - Fri, 15 May 2015 09:04:20 EST iYZI0JT+ No.37474 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!

Learning Animation

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- Tue, 05 May 2015 12:21:04 EST g9tkMgP4 No.37449
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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?

How to start a business?

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- Tue, 05 May 2015 03:47:03 EST m3aMqeug No.37447
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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 nuQ4QZNE No.37448 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 Sr3d5RaC No.37450 Reply
>>37448

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

Need advice

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- Sun, 26 Apr 2015 20:04:42 EST YauwYI7M No.37432
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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 YauwYI7M No.37433 Reply
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www.profits25.com
> week 1 : invest 1000€
> reinvest 100% for 35 weeks
> week 52 : 1000€ became ~5000€

Compact spoilers

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- Sun, 25 Mar 2012 00:37:47 EST i1LgH9tz No.28989
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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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Augustus Clemmersure - Wed, 07 Nov 2018 08:16:12 EST M5o8yE+l No.38641 Reply
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