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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by ricksdisconnected, Jun 5, 2021.
Btw, by "squid" I was talking about a type of motorcyclist who is epitomized by this...
yeah here in Atlanta we have our fair share that think our streets and highways
are a race course and all traffic jams are a opportunity to split traffic and be the first in line
when traffic breaks
Not sure if its a life hack, but here it is: I stated a few years ago charging all mobile devices from solar. Have about 80w in portable panels charging 25600mah usb banks. They go on camping trips as well for powering evening entertainment. This year i have upskilled this system a bit, now have a 150w panel charging a 62ah lifepo4 unit. With built it solar optimiser, bms and pure sine wave inverter for 240v output as well as usb and 12v dc outputs. Currently running a laptop i bought last year 24/7 mining ether. Earns about £50 a month using the rtx 2070m, also messed about with powering an amp from it, cleaned up background noise a fair bit. So now should be self sufficient for power for a two week trip.
I figured he meant me for ignore, dunno.
one can not simply ignore a Mountaineer.
The Pathology of Multi Dimensional Correlatives is Obfuscated by the Significance of the Output Macrostructure.
Google it -- See For Yourselves.
That's one way of looking at it. Problem is if you remove the macrostructure, where does that leave you?
I got one!!!!
You can put a fan in front of your speaker on a hot day to cool off and get a rotary speaker effect at the same time!
This actually really works, I have a crappy fridge that has to be unplugged every so often to thaw it out (long story), I put a couple bags of ice in the freezer and it keeps everything perfectly cold and frozen for those 2 days it takes to thaw out the fridge.
Buy a bag of ice and throw it in there, probably cheaper than the energy used to make your own ice.
Little life hack to help you remember which key is for the front and which is for the back door...
A statement formatted as a title rather than a statement. Hmmm. This means something.