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Comment on Montana Meth Project by brandon

Tue, 03 Sep 2013 14:42:44 +0000

Tim is correct. Only a small percentage of people become "true addicts". My friend is one. I've tried my best to understand it. Essentially, it's a lack of self-control and ability to reason your way passed the immediate reward by weighing in potential consequences. Drug addicts are incapable of reasoning for their own well being. My friend was intelligent as a teenager. I loved her dearly. She ended up losing both her kids, became a meth whore preferring multiple random guys for BDSM type sex, and is in complete denial about how her use affects those who care about her. I tried to give her everything outside of meth to satisfy her, but she had a burning need not to be controlled in any way outside of the bed, and would defy people who just wanted to help at all costs. That cost is now 20 years in prison. She will be hair tested later today. I think she'll actually run and OD before being locked up. Her IQ declined at an approximate rate of 5IQ points per year of heavy use. We both started in the 130s. She's now probably 95 or so. Very difficult to witness. Please don't do meth, or coke, or heroine.



Comment on Mallard Duck FAQ by Robyn Messner

Mon, 02 Sep 2013 14:40:04 +0000

Question a mom mallard gave birth to her ducks at our pond this spring, they babes are flying..We do feed them daily at night mostly just to give them a lil yum yum snacks. In fact they disappeared for a week and finally came back .Where did they go? The mom duck got wounded protecting her babies we imagine and her wing is damaged so she CANNOT fly, so actually she has 6 babies . The one day I went there 5 were gone all left was mom and one baby the next day they only one left was mom, but then 5 -6 days later all the babies came back... Where were they? Will they fly south without their mom? I love these duckies, Ive even named a few of them Ms Pearl (the runt) Mr. Big Bill (his Bill in ginormous) Jumper (he is always jumping for the bread) and MARMADUCK (the momma obviously) they other 3 or no names still, I haven't figured how to tell them apart yet, but when I do ill name them too.... Anyway wil they leave this winter and where did they go for the week? Is that normal for ducks to do ?



Comment on Copy a Solaris Boot Drive to a New Disk by Alan W. Rateliff, II

Sat, 06 Jul 2013 02:08:11 +0000

I came here to verify that I was doing my move correctly, then it hit me I missed one very important item: the 2GB limitation of OBP. Not only must the root filesystem be 2GB or smaller, it must reside in the first 2GB of the drive. Tonight I moved Solaris 8 SPARC from a failing 4GB hard drive, along with a still-operating 9GB secondary drive, to a 64GB SSD on a SCSI-to-SATA adapter. I originally tried using the entire disk as a single filesystem which I had done before on a Solaris 10 x86 system. This, of course, failed. Next I duplicated the slice layout of the original drive but using larger slices commensurate to their usage on the new drive. I neglected that my swap slice resides at the beginning of the drive and is 2GB in size, thus pushing my root filesystem out of the first 2GB of the drive. I swapped positions of the root and swap slices, ensuring root is 1.9GB, applied the boot block and tah dah! One revitalized Axil 320 running Solaris 8 on a 64GB SSD. Thanks for the help!



Comment on Fish Supposedly Washed Up By Asian Tsunami by lizzy

Fri, 15 Feb 2013 09:06:35 +0000

the fish are so strange!!!!!



Comment on How to Replace a Failed Drive in a ZFS Pool by Delicious Bookmarks for January 16th from 00:54 to 10:22 « Lâmôlabs

Wed, 16 Jan 2013 14:38:19 +0000

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Comment on Troubles with NitrItes in colder water by Hector

Mon, 07 Jan 2013 00:23:50 +0000

My aquarium is a 20 gallon Top Fin® and I use the following products: Seachem® Prime®, Tetra NITRA-ZORB®, API AMMO LOCK®, Tetra AquaSafe plus®, One; lightly filled Aqua-Tech® activated carbon pouch, API AMMO-CARB® in a small pouch, and have a quadruple Top Fin® Under Gravel filter system. I do incorporate two filters, a 5-15 and a 20. My water quality levels are: ammonia (0.0 ppm), nitrite (0.0 ppm), and nitrate (0.0 ppm). My tank was established using fish-less cycling with Tetra AquaSafe plus®, only. I cycled the long way and it took 21 days. The tank isn't over medicated because the Prime® and API AMMO LOCK® detoxifies ammonia in to ammonium (NH?+), my biological filter takes care of the rest, if any ammonia is left over. I use Prime® per recommended dosages and add 25%. The API AMMO LOCK® is used at a low 25% dosage and 3-4 drops of Tetra AquaSafe plus® is administered per gallon. The Tetra AquaSafe plus® is used for the slimy feel, even-though, I know all I need is Prime®. API's AMMO-CARB® and Aqua-Tech's® activated carbon are for redundant purposes. They don't hurt anything by being in the filter box and only benefit the tank. They all work! Begin with Prime, followed by API AMMO LOCK®, API AMMO-CARB®, and NITRA-ZORB®. A balanced chemical equation will not produce any imbalances, keep all of your compounds neutralized at 0. If you don't have these products, perform 25% water changes, but absolutely no more than 50% at a time. If your readings are still high decrease your biological load; begin by removing plants. If they are still high buy a second filter. Don't underfeed the fish. You can avoid underfeeding by presenting a second filter to the tank and keep your stock. In short, neutralize and detoxify your ammonia with: Prime®, API's AMMO LOCK®, Tetra's NITRA-ZORB®, and API's AMMO-CARB®,. Think replaceable media! 0 is balanced, hope this helps.



Comment on Recovering From a Stuck Symantec Ghost Virtual Boot Partition by theShaft

Thu, 20 Dec 2012 19:35:07 +0000

Badrah is the man! I too had to dust off a PS/2 Keyboard and use the "/i" to make it work properly! Merry Christmas!



Comment on Replace Failed SVM Mirror Drive by Tron

Mon, 17 Dec 2012 09:16:29 +0000

Great post! But one advice... always set the metadevices on slace 7 (non other)



Comment on Fireworks Factory Explosion Video by Manu

Tue, 20 Nov 2012 13:18:38 +0000

as i can not see the video, cause its in private, i am assuming you all are talking about the video where you see the biggest explosion. one thing, THE CAMERA MAN IS NOT DEAD!! he is alive and well and actually got a bit of money out of the video. he's alive, he's NOT dead.



Comment on Fish Supposedly Washed Up By Asian Tsunami by arjuna

Fri, 12 Oct 2012 20:42:51 +0000

This is so amazing and unbelievable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh shit did you not seeeeee those terrifying creatures, oh God!!!!!!!!!



Comment on Replace Failed SVM Mirror Drive by Robert

Fri, 07 Sep 2012 12:06:29 +0000

One minor issue. The bootblock install should be installboot /usr/platform/`uname -i`/lib/fs/ufs/bootblk /dev/rdsk/c0t1d0s0 You show it going on slice 2 (whole disk). Often they are the same, but if the root slice isn't at the start of the disk, then putting it on slice 2 won't work.



Comment on Rebreather Evaluation – Part 4: The Megalodon by Cliff

Tue, 17 Jul 2012 04:26:51 +0000

It is a fact that the electronics are inside the breathing loop, and that you must remove the head to turn it on. As to if it's a downside or not, who's to say. I tend to fire it up in the beginning of the day and leave it on until I'm ready to go home, so it's not a big deal. The head needs to come off to let all the condensation dry off anyhow. There have also been a couple of fatalities caused by people forgetting to turn on their rebreather before entering the water. It's like anything else in life; it comes with some advantages and disadvantages. In practice, however, it's really not as much of a bother as I thought it would be.



Comment on Illumos ZFS Storage Appliance by bigzaqui

Tue, 17 Jul 2012 03:50:19 +0000

pretty cool, 850$ and you get a robust storage server...In a few years I'll do the same :)



Comment on Using MacPorts Subversion With BBEdit by bbedit_hints

Mon, 16 Jul 2012 12:59:07 +0000

BBEdit ships with support for Subversion, and looks for it in “the normal places”. If you want BBE to use Macports svn: http://t.co/WY3hoSTl



Comment on Example LINUX init Script by sunil kamat

Wed, 20 Jun 2012 14:05:49 +0000

This one really helped me and my friend immensely... Thanks a lot



Comment on Fish Supposedly Washed Up By Asian Tsunami by August

Tue, 12 Jun 2012 14:47:05 +0000

Wow those creatures are really impressing. Just made a scholl task about them :)



Comment on World’s Angriest Woman by carrie

Mon, 04 Jun 2012 20:21:02 +0000

Male stupidity is also very common. We as women's are taught that it's not pc.



Comment on Rebreather Evaluation – Part 4: The Megalodon by Charles Stanley

Mon, 04 Jun 2012 03:16:14 +0000

I am an avid diver with nearly 200 dives on air or nitrox. I have somewhere around 20 dives on my SCR Dolphin which has left me wanting two things: 1 – a Closed Circuit Rebreather and 2 – different dive buddies. All too often there have been things to see or places that I want to go or things I want to do underwater and not enough air to do them or no buddy to do them with. I have looked at the PRISM, the Evolution and the Megalodon. There was a lot of talk and planning going on a few years back on an Open Revolution Rebreather that would encompass all of the good and none of the bad from different Rebreathers but I have not heard any more on that Rebreather. I have heard that the Meg has one disadvantage that was not mentioned. Perhaps it was not mentioned due to it not seeming to be an issue by the author. Or perhaps the issue I have heard is not an issue after all. What I heard is that the Meg electronics is inside the breathing loop and therefore the loop must be opened to turn the Meg on and again to turn it off. Is this fact or fiction? If this is fact, is this unlike other Rebreathers? Not many posts go down far enough to show how the electronics are turned on or off.



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Sat, 19 May 2012 02:13:55 +0000

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Comment on Mallard Duck FAQ by Rufus Palmer

Sat, 12 May 2012 01:16:58 +0000

We purchased 4 mallards at TSC about 10 weeks ago. Although they are in a small pen, it appears they can fly out except for the wire mesh covering the top that hold they in. We want to release them on our farm pond. We live in MS so the winters are very mild. If we release them on this pond, can they take care of themselves? We do not live at the farm during the week, so they will have to eat plants, etc. The farm pond had 3 wild mallards on it last week, so will they leave with them? Thanks



Comment on Rebuilding the Solaris Device Tree by Sree

Thu, 19 Apr 2012 08:20:28 +0000

I have tried this in my x86 system, doesnt seem to work ! it never asked for rebuilding path_to_inst file. Any alternate ways to rebuild the path_to_inst file. i cant boot my system except to single user mode. Regards, Sree



Comment on Fish Supposedly Washed Up By Asian Tsunami by Meztly

Mon, 09 Apr 2012 22:20:52 +0000

first off I HATE people who say that these creatures are gross, ugly and or disgusting. however imo it's very unfortunate that they got washed up. they are all beautiful in there own unique manner.



Comment on Mallard Duck FAQ by Cliff

Mon, 09 Apr 2012 16:08:53 +0000

I don't know a lot about Rouens, but 4-5 lbs sounds like a healthy weight to me. I wouldn't worry.



Comment on Mallard Duck FAQ by Brittany

Mon, 19 Mar 2012 20:27:24 +0000

So I have a pet Rouen duck and she is very small..She eats all the time and lays eggs just about every night but she is tiny and only weighs about 4-5 lbs. could there be something wrong with her is is she just a runt?



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Thu, 01 Mar 2012 10:42:21 +0000

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