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    There's minimums to flammable material as part of...

    There's minimums to flammable material as part of commercial kitchen equipment install specs. All I know is regardless, it's a good way to get denied if your house ever burned down.
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    You'd need to build to commercial code to have...

    You'd need to build to commercial code to have any chance, which likely means fire suppression system as well.
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    Real commercial stuff also has less fireproofing...

    Real commercial stuff also has less fireproofing as they expect it not to be placed against flammable surfaces.
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    I think technically ~3 hours? I got up in two as...

    I think technically ~3 hours? I got up in two as someone from my work conference had gotten there much earlier and his buddy bailed on him. It's a very chill line filled with people drinking beer and...
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    Finally hit Franklin's in Austin - lives up to...

    Finally hit Franklin's in Austin - lives up to the hype 100%.
    Now I want to buy an offset....
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    Eh, MS has more stuff catered to gov-style...

    Eh, MS has more stuff catered to gov-style engineering. Not really a huge surprise.
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    Haggling is a waste of time and they likely know...

    Haggling is a waste of time and they likely know the local market prices. If they're so cheap and easy at auction get someone to buy you one there and deliver it. I think the typical cost is 1-1.5k...
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    Really? That's not even the good utZ salt and...

    Really? That's not even the good utZ salt and vinegar - it's all about the salt and malt vinegar ones
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    Last I knew he's pretty busy with family+work.

    Last I knew he's pretty busy with family+work.
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    Nah, looking at what it's gonna cost to support...

    Nah, looking at what it's gonna cost to support them as they didn't plan ahead.
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    Sadly Trump voters have outdone everyone in that...

    Sadly Trump voters have outdone everyone in that category.
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    Also funny to see people still think millennials...

    Also funny to see people still think millennials are kids. Most are in their 30s now
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    It's ok, the boomers are retired and stopped...

    It's ok, the boomers are retired and stopped listening years ago so you can speak freely
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    Lol, you should really cut down on the Fox news....

    Lol, you should really cut down on the Fox news. A lot of Boomer salt here.
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    Meanwhile in NH my water table is so high I have...

    Meanwhile in NH my water table is so high I have to use pump-up septic.
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    The waves at the beach were fun to watch but...

    The waves at the beach were fun to watch but that's about it
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    Once rural America gets decent internet there...

    Once rural America gets decent internet there will be a case for universal remote work that may bring down peak prices in cities. until then no chance.
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    I worked remote for two years. It's ok, but I...

    I worked remote for two years. It's ok, but I like seeing people and being able to actively whiteboard stuff etc.
    I could do it again, but already have a sweet deal going in a good location so can't...
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    Depends on classification in the privacy laws...

    Depends on classification in the privacy laws (resident vs work performed in). Also vdis suck ass due to latency issues.
    Also doesn't help the gov sniffing issue, as there's certain countries you...
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    It's only the tip of the iceberg. Compliance reqs...

    It's only the tip of the iceberg. Compliance reqs around employee info are getting more restrictive (due to gdpr and similar laws) so companies that have it together or are large and have to deal...
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    Culture is hard to build fully remote, and most...

    Culture is hard to build fully remote, and most companies are terrible at culture and communication. On top of that different state regs can be a shitshow as some require paid leave and others don't...
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    Also, something that Benny alluded to: all the...

    Also, something that Benny alluded to: all the good jobs are largely in the expensive cities. Also, in many cases to progress or even survive in your industry you're limited to just a few cities to...
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    Also, new England will be fine. Coastal...

    Also, new England will be fine. Coastal communities will have some work related to sea level rise, but many have the money to address. Most other problems are related to either aging infrastructure,...
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    NH has a lot of high incomes, this high fed tax....

    NH has a lot of high incomes, this high fed tax. I do fine and have zero issue paying more in tax, but I'd like a lot of the bullshit depressing tax rates for the ultra wealthy like cap gains closed...
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    Actual successful people know they could be...

    Actual successful people know they could be successful again, it's the frauds and kids of success scared of taxes.
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    Eliminate cap gains being a different tax rate,...

    Eliminate cap gains being a different tax rate, restore inheritance taxes and repeal Trump cuts (ideally Bush as well) and all revenue problems go poof. Flat taxes are regressive.
  27. Time is a bitch. Too many of us grew up/stopped...

    Time is a bitch. Too many of us grew up/stopped being self destructive/realized our hidey hole had a clear window to the world on it.
    Hope all are doing well.
    -one from the background
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    I'm guessing likes it for real as materials...

    I'm guessing likes it for real as materials costing is more even across and there's no misunderstanding. Also having it specified up front probably means less bullshit meetings/choices that soak time.
  29. He's right, I follow scientific fact and...

    He's right, I follow scientific fact and generally don't look kindly on people deriding children using vulgar and offensive language.
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    Get that anti-Semitic bullshit out of here

    Get that anti-Semitic bullshit out of here
  31. Aren't you shitheads the only people repeatedly...

    Aren't you shitheads the only people repeatedly bringing them up?
    Maybe try that helpline posted earlier?
  32. Global warming doesn't necessarily contribute to...

    Global warming doesn't necessarily contribute to new hurricane formation, but the warmer waters absolutely make those we get more intense.
  33. Also, the answers are more logical and...

    Also, the answers are more logical and intelligible than anything out of Trump's or Nunes' mouths.
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    The vape stuff is the same as things have ever...

    The vape stuff is the same as things have ever been - people looking to make a buck and cutting dangerous corners because they care not for others.
  35. Oh, affiliated with Breitbart? Straight out of...

    Oh, affiliated with Breitbart? Straight out of contention then.
  36. Attacking a 16 year old as mentally ill is...

    Attacking a 16 year old as mentally ill is schoolyard level, yes.
    We don't know all the mechanisms, but we know enough to say CO2 is generally bad (like CFCs) and results in warming. How quickly?...
  37. Eh, I don't think some level of alarmism is bad...

    Eh, I don't think some level of alarmism is bad when we don't know all the mechanisms and how quickly/slowly they work. It's not like you turn off pollution and the problem goes away overnight....
  38. It makes me uncomfortable that south American...

    It makes me uncomfortable that south American children are in internment camps.
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    As a UNH grad I'm obligated to say the UMaine is...

    As a UNH grad I'm obligated to say the UMaine is terrible. (They're fine)
  40. A lot of climate change studies are based on...

    A lot of climate change studies are based on observed measurements of various factors like co2, temperature etc. New variables introduced do not necessarily change the correctness of a model. It may...
  41. Twitter threads are almost all uniformly...

    Twitter threads are almost all uniformly terrible. If it's truly a hoax, why are only companies that profit from CO2 calling it that? Why does the defense department consider it a threat and changed...
  42. Also, those memes are terribly unfunny regardless...

    Also, those memes are terribly unfunny regardless of stance. Seriously?
  43. Anyone still voting Republican and getting mad at...

    Anyone still voting Republican and getting mad at Greta is stating that allowing a children to be an advocate is worse than separating them from their parents and locking them in cages.
    Go cry me a...
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    Also note that short a few rare exceptions,...

    Also note that short a few rare exceptions, eating in the area is very chilled out with even the nice places not really caring about dress code/fussiness much.
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    Not sure on breakfast sandwiches as we rarely are...

    Not sure on breakfast sandwiches as we rarely are out for that, but most places in Portsmouth do a good job.
    Lunch: the kitchen, anju, or street
    Dinner: flatbread, hop and grind or river house on...
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    What do you like generally and what price range?...

    What do you like generally and what price range? Breakfast - Colby's is great, and there's a Friendly Toast and French bakery. Lunch - the kitchen has some great sandwiches and street is good but...
  47. Yes. Compute infrastructure is already there,...

    Yes. Compute infrastructure is already there, costs are relatively reasonable, it's just about lining up good data, which will get easier as you realistically only need 2-3 companies in a vertical...
  48. Yeah, I mean why even try? If that's truly your...

    Yeah, I mean why even try? If that's truly your attitude, then at least get out of the way and stop voting/fighting it so others can spend their days trying to make a better world rather than...
  49. Deal with one step at a time. Developed world...

    Deal with one step at a time. Developed world that has cash can't say shit until they change. At that point you can aid or have tariffs on non climate neutral countries that would offset. Sitting and...
  50. Worst case scenario if we do nothing: terribly...

    Worst case scenario if we do nothing: terribly uninhabitable (for humans) planet.
    Worst case scenario if we act: slightly depressed economic growth with long term payback through efficiency
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