#Soylent | Logs for 2017-10-05

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[00:24:46] <TheMightyBuzzard> https://www.youtube.com
[00:24:47] <upstart> ^ 03Beastie Boys-Paul Revere with lyrics - YouTube
[00:26:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> smoke break
[00:26:17] <TheMightyBuzzard> nicotine++
[00:26:17] <Bender> karma - nicotine: 473
[00:56:58] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Turkish Archaeologists Uncover Possible Tomb of Saint Nicholas in Antalya - http://sylnt.us - tomb-as-cold-as-north-pole
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[02:38:13] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Universe Isn't Being Simulated... by Classical Computers - http://sylnt.us - that's-what-we-want-you-to-think
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[04:06:02] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Bigelow Expandable Activity Module to Continue Stay at the International Space Station - http://sylnt.us - moon-hostel
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[04:17:55] <exec> welcome FatPhil: Tallinn, Harju County, Estonia, 8°C/46°F, 7:17 am GMT+3, Thursday, 5 October 2017
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[06:07:31] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Did Life on Earth Start Due to Meteorites Splashing Into Warm Little Ponds? - http://sylnt.us - yes
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[07:46:59] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Dawn of Solar Age Declared as PV Beats All Other Forms of Power - http://sylnt.us - forecast-cloudy
[09:18:06] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Seeing Double: Scientists Find Elusive Giant Black Hole Pairs - http://sylnt.us - better-pairs-than-trios
[10:31:51] <TheMightyBuzzard> coffee++
[10:31:51] <Bender> karma - coffee: 3681
[10:45:55] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - IRS Awards No-Bid, Multimillion-Dollar, Fraud-Prevention Contract to... Equifax - http://sylnt.us - no-bad-deed-goes-unrewarded?
[12:26:09] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Moving RISC-V LLVM forwards - http://sylnt.us - please-let-the-vapors-condense
[13:56:30] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - FDA: Love is Not an Ingredient - http://sylnt.us - depends-on-what-you-are-cooking-up
[14:36:47] <Bytram> coffee++
[14:36:47] <Bender> karma - coffee: 3682
[14:37:07] <Bytram> bsod--
[14:37:07] <Bender> karma - bsod: -2
[14:37:10] <Bytram> !uid
[14:37:11] <Bender> The current maximum UID is 6732, owned by bombacai
[14:38:14] <Bytram> ~weather presque isle
[14:38:17] <exec> 10Presque Isle, ME, USA - currently 57°F / 14°C, sunny, wind W at 11 mph, humidity 67% - Thursday mostly sunny (43°F:68°F / 6°C:20°C), Friday partly cloudy (32°F:61°F / 0°C:16°C), Saturday mostly sunny (54°F:66°F / 12°C:19°C), Sunday showers (48°F:73°F / 9°C:23°C)
[14:38:22] <Bytram> ~weather portland, me
[14:38:24] <exec> 10Portland, ME, USA - currently 72°F / 22°C, sunny, wind W at 10 mph, humidity 55% - Thursday mostly sunny (53°F:75°F / 12°C:24°C), Friday partly cloudy (47°F:71°F / 8°C:22°C), Saturday cloudy (60°F:67°F / 16°C:19°C), Sunday showers (56°F:77°F / 13°C:25°C)
[14:38:27] <Bytram> ~weather boston
[14:38:29] <exec> 10Boston, MA, USA - currently 70°F / 21°C, mostly cloudy, wind W at 10 mph, humidity 57% - Thursday partly cloudy (60°F:79°F / 16°C:26°C), Friday partly cloudy (58°F:74°F / 14°C:23°C), Saturday partly cloudy (65°F:74°F / 18°C:23°C), Sunday partly cloudy (64°F:78°F / 18°C:26°C)
[14:38:31] <Bytram> ~weather baltimore
[14:38:33] <exec> 10Baltimore, MD, USA - currently 71°F / 22°C, partly cloudy, wind SW at 5 mph, humidity 59% - Thursday partly cloudy (67°F:84°F / 19°C:29°C), Friday partly cloudy (68°F:83°F / 20°C:28°C), Saturday mostly sunny (73°F:84°F / 23°C:29°C), Sunday scattered showers (73°F:80°F / 23°C:27°C)
[14:38:35] <Bytram> ~weather miami
[14:38:37] <exec> 10Miami, FL, USA - currently 79°F / 26°C, rain, wind E at 19 mph, humidity 91% - Thursday thunderstorm (80°F:81°F / 27°C:27°C), Friday scattered thunderstorms (81°F:87°F / 27°C:31°C), Saturday thunderstorm (80°F:87°F / 27°C:31°C), Sunday scattered thunderstorms (79°F:87°F / 26°C:31°C)
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[15:27:37] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - New Vehicle Infotainment Systems Create Increased Distractions Behind the Wheel - http://sylnt.us - loose-nut-behind-wheel
[15:39:24] <Bytram> bah... flakey connection today. :/
[17:05:34] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Congress Will Investigate Drug Company That Gave Its Patents to Mohawk Tribe - http://sylnt.us - three-card-monte
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[18:36:41] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - In Game Theory, No Clear Path to Equilibrium - http://sylnt.us - no-free-rides
[20:06:47] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Colleges Are Marketing Drone Pilot Courses, but the Career Opportunities are Murky - http://sylnt.us - prospective-drone-pilots-are-looking-up
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[21:37:14] <SoyGuest42136> Just watched ST:DS9 S05E06 Trials and Tribble-ations - wow!
[21:37:53] <SoyGuest42136> S05 was pretty poor until that point to be honest, but the fan service they paid in that episode was legendary.
[21:47:16] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - A Super-Elastic Surgical Glue That Sticks and Seals in Vivo, Even When Tissues Are Moving - http://sylnt.us - a-sticky-concern
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[22:51:53] <chromas> "Bumpstock, bumpstock, bumpstock!"
[22:53:53] <SoyGuest42136> that's like woodstock, right? lots of smelly hippies?
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[23:01:43] <TheMightyBuzzard> SoyGuest42136, what, california?
[23:02:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> chromas, http://dailycaller.com
[23:02:16] <upstart> ^ 03Watch Man Convert AR-15 To Automatic Fire | The Daily Caller
[23:05:05] <TheMightyBuzzard> why would anyone want to glue seals together?
[23:18:24] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - London Mayor Announces Another Bike Superhighway - http://sylnt.us - pedaling-away
[23:24:45] <Sulla> Where is the video on converting an M1A
[23:24:56] <Sulla> For a friend
[23:26:17] <Sulla> 70k a minute is so disingenuous
[23:26:38] <Bytram> Sulla: Yeah! I mean, imagine how long it would take to reload!!! ;)
[23:27:15] <Bytram> never mind it would prolly turn red hot with that many rounds going through it... would need to add active cooling or somesuch.
[23:27:49] <Sulla> Doubt active cooling could keep up on a held arm
[23:28:02] <Sulla> That front handhold would get so hot
[23:28:11] <Sulla> Guess thats why he had gloves
[23:28:32] <Sulla> It is fun rapid firing 762 downrange, but such a waste of ammo
[23:28:56] * Bytram never fired an automatic
[23:29:12] <Sulla> Neither have i, but ive pulled the trigger fast as I can
[23:30:15] * Bytram thinks back to one time he got to try a target pistol... .22 that had a pistol grip that wrapped around my wrist. Amazing accuracy! Just point something like you were pointing at it, pull trigger, and bam you'd hit it.
[23:30:26] <Sulla> If automatics were useful the army wouldnt have switched to burst.
[23:30:35] <Sulla> Have a 1911 like that
[23:31:05] <Sulla> So were they converted autos or bump stocks?
[23:31:27] <Bytram> on the other side of things, my dad had some 12 guage magnum slugs he got from *his* dad that had 'paper' casings... wanted to dispose of them safely. For a skinny guy in his mid/late teens that thing kicked up quite a recoil!
[23:32:37] <Bytram> I dunno, we were out plinking and that is one of the guns my uncle brought out... wood hand grip with slides to adjust how tight the back-of-the-wrist-thingy fit to your wrist, with a couple thumbscrews to hold it there.
[23:32:46] <Sulla> Nice
[23:32:53] <Sulla> If its not wood I dont have interest
[23:32:54] <Bytram> nod nod
[23:33:57] <Bytram> couldn't tell you what kind of wood it was... was likely stained and polyeurethaned... best guess is it was a mahogany/redwood kind of shade.
[23:34:23] <Bytram> was lightwait, given its size, so I doubt it was a dense hardwood, but prolly not as soft as pine, either.
[23:34:30] <Bytram> s/ai/eigh/
[23:34:31] <upstart> <Bytram> was lightweight, given its size, so I doubt it was a dense hardwood, but prolly not as soft as pine, either.
[23:34:32] <exec> <Bytram> was lightweight, given its size, so I doubt it was a dense hardwood, but prolly not as soft as pine, either.
[23:34:36] <Bytram> lol
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[23:36:16] <Sulla> Kek
[23:38:06] <Sulla> I have an m1a with the cleaning kit in the stock. Super cool but heavy as hell. On the bright side the weight means no recoil
[23:38:35] <Bytram> that IS a plus.
[23:39:28] <Sulla> Wonder what the fatal shot/trampled ratio will be, I didnt think 556 was that effective at 500 yards. Or at least that is what I assume based on trolling 556 lovers on /k/
[23:39:33] <Bytram> that all was many years ago... though I enjoyed getting out in the woods, never really took to the idea of hunting down game, so gave up my rifles prolly like 20 years ago.
[23:39:45] * Bytram has no idea
[23:40:22] <Bytram> otoh, a 22 can lob a round a mile, and the shooter was aiming downhill from 32nd floor, so that was sure to caarry some more of the momentum that would otherwise be lost
[23:40:37] <Sulla> I have always kind of wanted to hunt, but I never have had anyone to teach me the whole cleaning thing.
[23:42:04] <Bytram> never had to do that myself... the time I got a deer, my dad cleaned it for me... and I was still a teen back then.
[23:42:18] * Bytram was not too interested in watching all that gore and gook
[23:42:22] <Sulla> Mostly going shooting is to get away from the kids, shoot some cans with the wife, and screw in the back of the truck.
[23:42:23] <Sulla> Same
[23:42:30] <Bytram> LOL
[23:43:34] <Bytram> IIRC, the idea was to get rid of non-meat things that would spoil the meat... so remove heart/liver/lungs/intestines/bowels/etc. as well as (if a buck) the reproductive items
[23:43:37] * Bytram could not watch that
[23:48:12] <Sulla> I need to just go do it and stop being a suburban pussy
[23:49:15] <Bytram> only if you want to... I see nothing wrong with the current approach you have. =)
[23:49:51] <Sulla> I will be buying some land with some sheep soon, figure ill need to learn to butcher them at some point
[23:49:56] <Sulla> Or be lazy and pay someone to do it
[23:51:27] <Bytram> heard a story on NPR not long ago... a good sheep shearer is well-worth the cost. There's a lot more to it than just getting some of the wool off... shearing it into a single piece without hurting the sheep or the wool comes with ahrd won experience... specially since the sheep may not want to remain totally motionless while you are at it.
[23:51:58] <Sulla> Interesting
[23:54:30] <Bytram> I thought so
[23:54:42] <Bytram> in the middle of something atm... back in a few minutes
[23:55:53] <Sulla> Thats fine, I just crashed the accounting software test enviro at work anyways and gotta put out a fire
[23:57:24] <Bytram> hey, that's pretty kewel! I'm usually the one who is known for that...
[23:57:26] <Bytram> ~blame
[23:57:27] * exec points at Bytram
[23:57:34] <Bytram> =)
[23:57:37] <Bytram> good luck to ya!