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Well, on the plus side she has decided to take the responsibility for when it all goes wrong.
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If a compressor is drawing the right number of amps and is at pressure, it is delivering its rated SCFM (flow).  Period.  BUT NOT HERE.
Flow too high or too low?

Flow too low -> Flow is being redirected into the REAL tuscon, the one only visible in nightmares and from the corner of your eye

Flow too high -> you are getting more out of a closed system then you put in. You can get away with it for now, but one day They will come and they will be looking for payment.
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At my job, math and physics are not a thing.

If a compressor is drawing the right number of amps and is at pressure, it is delivering its rated SCFM (flow).  Period.  BUT NOT HERE.

Flailing away at jet mill problems, Lillie has decided she is the troubleshooting queen and that Mike and I are technicians.

 :lulz:

I had a suggestion on how to get out of this mess.  I tried to bring it up.  I was told I didn't know shit.

FINE!   :lulz:  I DON'T KNOW SHIT!   :lulz:

YEW JUS' TELL ME WHAT TO DO, LADY, CUZ I DON'T GIVE NO MORE FUCKS.
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:mullet:
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Literate Chaotic / Re: Fanfics of the other kind.
« Last post by Cain on Today at 03:07:47 pm »
Gigolos generally have better fashion sense.
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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Links for the masses
« Last post by Cain on Today at 03:05:28 pm »
Now I understand "we are all Charlie" I think. "Je suise Charlie" on the cover was a parody of the "we are all al-nusra" protest mentioned. Say whatever of the French, they know how to bite!

Not really.  Al-Nusrah had nothing to do with the attack, and such comments are almost 3 years old now.  While it is an Al-Qaeda affiliate, AQ in Yemen is the guilty party on this occasion.

Is "we are all..." a common form of phrasing then? I gotta say I knew it was a reach, but the 'we are all Charlie" response kind of never made sense to me.
Never went looking specifically for an answer either.

Yeah, its pretty common.
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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Links for the masses
« Last post by The Wizard Joseph on Today at 12:36:19 pm »
Now I understand "we are all Charlie" I think. "Je suise Charlie" on the cover was a parody of the "we are all al-nusra" protest mentioned. Say whatever of the French, they know how to bite!

Not really.  Al-Nusrah had nothing to do with the attack, and such comments are almost 3 years old now.  While it is an Al-Qaeda affiliate, AQ in Yemen is the guilty party on this occasion.

Is "we are all..." a common form of phrasing then? I gotta say I knew it was a reach, but the 'we are all Charlie" response kind of never made sense to me.
Never went looking specifically for an answer either.
Charlie Hebdo was attacked by terrorists because they printed something offensive to some Muslims.
They are declaring their loyalty to freedom of speech by saying they are Charlie Hebdo.
What part don't you understand?

Those things I get. I just thought there was a satirical, or at least sarcastic, edge to the thing. That's all.
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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Links for the masses
« Last post by Reginald Ret on Today at 11:13:57 am »
Now I understand "we are all Charlie" I think. "Je suise Charlie" on the cover was a parody of the "we are all al-nusra" protest mentioned. Say whatever of the French, they know how to bite!

Not really.  Al-Nusrah had nothing to do with the attack, and such comments are almost 3 years old now.  While it is an Al-Qaeda affiliate, AQ in Yemen is the guilty party on this occasion.

Is "we are all..." a common form of phrasing then? I gotta say I knew it was a reach, but the 'we are all Charlie" response kind of never made sense to me.
Never went looking specifically for an answer either.
Charlie Hebdo was attacked by terrorists because they printed something offensive to some Muslims.
They are declaring their loyalty to freedom of speech by saying they are Charlie Hebdo.
What part don't you understand?
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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: AMERICA LOCATED
« Last post by Emo Howard on Today at 06:25:54 am »
Not sure it would be in focus enough to recognize if were drawn directly on the lens. If it had a protective shroud, it might work better.

You might could burn it into the CCD by walking the outline of a penis shape in view of the camera while zapping it with a laser.

ETA: That would, of course, take forever, and if anyone was watching the camera at the time, you would be sure to get caught before you were finished. Also, and this would be true no matter how you did it, how would you know it worked?
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