• Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 02:14 PM
    If you had said, "I want you to picture a man whose job is "emoji translator", I would have pictured that guy in my mind, except he has a man-bun.
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    Today, 02:09 PM
    Suzanimal Also, Stihl makes a brand of chain marked with yellow links. They do not comply with Uncle Sucker's safety kickback standards, (yeah Uncle regulates chain saw chains) so they are covered with scary warnings of spontaneous decapitation if you use them. The fact of the matter is that they are essentially what you would have for a chain from 1970 or or so. Which means it cuts wood as slick as whale shit through an ice flow.
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    Today, 01:51 PM
    Like Phill mentioned, the MS 290 Farm Boss Stihl is about the very best "mid range" saw that has ever been made. I have had two, my dad has one, my brother has one, my buddy the G/C has one, and they are, for the money, the very best out there. The engine will easily drive a 20 inch bar, which means it will handle all but the largest trees, but is still balanced nicely so it won't kill you after a day of using it, or become unsafe by being too light or too heavy. It is truely the very best in that range. Which, of course, means it has been discontinued. :mad: https://www.stihlusa.com/products/ms-290-discontinued/ In it's place is a fucking computerized "upgrade", the MS291.
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    Today, 01:37 PM
    oic. I'd like to see real proof that AI can imitate the language center of the brain. The most recent linguistic science I'm aware of hasn't been able to find AI/AGI that can truly recreate the brain's language center. (the things can do some cool parlor tricks, tho)
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Today, 12:45 PM
    Yeah, that's gonna work ... :rolleyes: $ echo "muh revenge porn" > revenge.img $ cat revenge.img muh revenge porn $ md5sum revenge.img a0e5fbf27e283023718762f197da7cd3 revenge.img
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    Today, 12:21 PM
    Exactly. Man does his best work when faced with adversity and risk. This future we've built is based on doing nothing but eliminating risk and adversity.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 12:18 PM
    And what of human liberty and freedom? Brother, I hope you are right and I am wrong, but I just don't see it. At any rate, have a happy Thanksgiving.
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    Today, 11:55 AM
    It takes me to The True Story of Thanksgiving. It was written about in chapter 6 of See, I Told You So, book two. It’s in a chapter titled, Dead White Guys or What the History Books Never Tell You. And this chapter, by the way, served as the foundation for the first book in the Rush Revere series, Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims. Where, in addition to the true story of Thanksgiving, we have the true story of the Pilgrims, who they were, where they came from, why they came, what happened when they got here, what they had to do to fix what went wrong when they got here, and what role the Pilgrims play in the overall founding of America. Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims, that’s the first book of five in the Rush Revere Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans series, which is written for young people. Why did the Pilgrims risk everything to get on a rickety little ship, compared to ships and boats today, it was a rickety little thing. They traveled the Atlantic Ocean to a place that was foreign and unknown, and they were on a boat that the last thing about it was pleasant or luxury. They had no idea what they were gonna encounter. But it had to be better than what they were fleeing. And what they were fleeing was religious persecution. Now, the real story of Thanksgiving, I wasn’t even taught the whole version. Like everybody, I was taught a sanitized, modern version that has elements of political correctness and multiculturalism. I was taught that Thanksgiving was about the Pilgrims being saved from starvation and deprivation by the loving, good-hearted, compassionate, and caring stewards of the earth, the Indians. The Pilgrims didn’t know how to grow corn, food, maize, popcorn, anything of the sort when they got here. The Indians showed them all of that. And Thanksgiving was the Pilgrims inviting the Indians over for dinner to thank the Indians for saving them, the Native Americans. Everybody’s been taught a version of that. But, ladies and gentlemen, it isn’t true. The story of the Pilgrims begins in the early part of seventeenth century. For those of you in Rio Linda, that would be the 1600s. The Church of England under King James was persecuting anybody and everybody who did not recognize its absolute civil and spiritual authority. The government was god, the government was the religion, the government was the church. And those who challenge that, those who believed strongly in freedom of worship, were hunted down, they were imprisoned and sometimes executed for their religious beliefs in 1600s England.
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    Today, 11:32 AM
    And the same to you brother. Enjoy the day.
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    Today, 10:56 AM
    Denali (née McKinley) in Alaska is the tallest mountain in the US (over 20,000 feet). It is also the tallest in North America. Whitney is only the tallest mountain in the 48 contiguous states. It is the 24th tallest in North America (18 of the tallest 23 are all in Alaska or Canada; the remaining 5 are all in Mexico).
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    Today, 10:46 AM
    I have an old Stihl 041. It is a beast. Also have Husqvarna 455. Very good saw. Also a Stihl MS 250. Good running, but some parts a bit delicate. I broke the nib off the fuel tank to which the hose attaches. New tank is $100+. I put in a grommet and a new, longer line and we're basically good. The older saws are a handful to heft all day, but they last eternally and are very powerful compared with their modern equivalents. At least that has been my experience.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:34 AM
    Never confuse a dearth of brains with nerve, even though the former often leads to the appearance of the latter.
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Today, 10:33 AM
    Yeah, without a governor, things tend to fly apart from going too fast.
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 10:32 AM
    Wow. Glad he's OK. Would hate to have to find another governor.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:30 AM
    May Darwin smile upon his endeavor!
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:25 AM
    What OP wrote.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:24 AM
    Ideally, I agree. Real world time: not going to happen. People are too bred to the Four Necessities for actual freedom. The tendency for people to conglomerate into ever larger blocs is overwhelming. The only thing that seems to dull the drive forward (progressivism's truer meaning?) are major cataclysms such as the Black Plague. Even those have failed to halt the net "progress" of humans. It has had its advantages, to be sure - even to the shit-prole at the bottom of the heap, but I question whether the net results have been worth the price we have paid in so many ways, not the least of which has been our individual freedoms.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:05 AM
    That part? The right isn't granted. It is inherent to what we are as individual beings, beholden to no others save that we bring no unjust harm. Autodiathism is the natural and proper state of a man. Honestly, I am surprised that von Mises would write such a thing. Is this possibly a false attribution?
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    Today, 09:03 AM
    I would not. Human cleverness and brass can be most impressive. But audacity must be of the right sort and I don't see much bent toward it as would be relevant to this discussion; at least, not for the cause of liberty. In fact, I see precious little of it. I appreciate the effort of the likes of Patriot Carrots handing out 2A information in a New Hampshire airport, rifle slung over his shoulder. Unfortunately, this will not suffice. Sadly, nothing of the sort is occurring. This does not mean it will never happen, but I cannot get too excited about potential in the world of a species that wastes it as copiously as do humans. It is appalling - from the mere refusal to use the brains gifted to one, to the wanton destruction of the potential represented in an unborn fetus. And we do it with apparent glee. Go figger. Might I also point out that there is a differentiating factor now present that did not exist in ages past: the current level of technology. It may now be (or not) that such small groups are no longer capable of subverting the orthodoxy... not unless they occupied lofty seats of power. The advancing technology wavefront is quickly closing all loophole opportunities for the little people. I will not say miracles are impossible, but I will say without equivocation that the likelihoods that something miraculous will happen are dropping by the minute. Other than engaging in open slaughter of Themme and their children, the only real weapon we seem to have at this point is mass disobedience. Well alrighty then, but wait... where are all the disobedients? And there you have it.
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    Today, 07:39 AM
    Danke will have to bring me a lot of ammo and fire water if he expects I am going to teach him to grow squash , beans and corn . Things are going to be bad where he lives when the collapse comes .
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