Search:

Type: Posts; User: jono

Page 1 of 6 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.29 seconds.

  1. Replies
    66
    Views
    2,361

    And what about the binary brains that only...

    And what about the binary brains that only understand 1 and 0?
  2. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    You didn't hear that we're shedding vaccine on...

    You didn't hear that we're shedding vaccine on the clean unvaxed? Today's announcement is a way to get us spreading those Gates vaccines more effectively before the last few pure Americans can get...
  3. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    8 all J&J, so it seems easy for the...

    8 all J&J, so it seems easy for the organization's messaging to have been the common denominator: "you only need one shot, so you're now fully vaxed, get out there and party!!"
  4. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    You suggesting that I shouldn't sell to both...

    You suggesting that I shouldn't sell to both sides? Don't start horning in on my business model or I'll strap you to my laser table and cut your ass in half! [/WALKEN]

    But you make a good...
  5. Replies
    108
    Views
    17,825

    Uh oh. How much was it, AK?

    Uh oh. How much was it, AK?
  6. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    Question for lab guys like Mofro et al. Let's say...

    Question for lab guys like Mofro et al. Let's say I got my lair finished (laser tables have been backed up, but I have contacts in shipping). And I'm leaning toward a bio threat instead of a dirty...
  7. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    Thanks for that. There are a number of...

    Thanks for that. There are a number of semi-closed communities in and around town, many of which lean "natural" or anti-science, some of which managed to dodge the disease early. Fertile ground...
  8. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    This seems like a very apt criticism of an...

    This seems like a very apt criticism of an intentionally-designed Sar-bola, but not really a rejection of the hypothesis that a bunch of "possible" mutations might have been synthesized and one of...
  9. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    My recent experience and those of the dozen or so...

    My recent experience and those of the dozen or so fellow patients I've spoken with in the last few years seem to indicate that the communication pendulum has swung back the other way. I would argue...
  10. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    Absolutely! This type of thing was a...

    Absolutely! This type of thing was a conjecture-guess with no direct answer in one of these threads a few months ago. Makes a person wonder what might be possible if this effort gets redirected...
  11. +2. The difference between good and bad is huge....

    +2. The difference between good and bad is huge.



    Is it possible that the worst and best are both the more breaded variety? The worst is definitely the oil-soaked thick wrapped, but I think...
  12. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    Rising prices indicate reduced supply, no? They...

    Rising prices indicate reduced supply, no? They certainly reflect that where I live.

    The fear of sprawl has been self-defeating where density is concerned. 5-acre minimums and such are neat for a...
  13. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    Well put. It's all about magnitude. If history is...

    Well put. It's all about magnitude. If history is any guide, Alta is going to double down on his certainty about the outcomes but the reality of that will depend on how many do how much. As with fuel...
  14. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    Lumber costs have taken care of that, Benny.

    Lumber costs have taken care of that, Benny.
  15. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    You can't expect the energy efficiency comparison...

    You can't expect the energy efficiency comparison with and without WFH to be the same. If 10% of people move to less efficient places and 80% live more efficiently we net a gain. Arguing against WFH...
  16. Replies
    2,980
    Views
    504,668

    I know this isn't the thread for answers, but...

    I know this isn't the thread for answers, but it's kind of the mansplaining thread, so here you go:

    373774373779
  17. Replies
    4,172
    Views
    513,719

    I can see the downside of rolling papers. But...

    I can see the downside of rolling papers. But that is a suppository, right?

    (I didn't watch, just assuming that's what they meant by "ultimate resilience.")
  18. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    I think he may have skipped or claimed "zero...

    I think he may have skipped or claimed "zero evidence" for a few things on the natural side where there actually is evidence. I'd like to see this critiqued by those who disagree with his apparent...
  19. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    From the article: ...comparing "the string of...

    From the article:

    ...comparing "the string of nearly 30,000 nucleotides in its genome with those of its cousin coronaviruses, of which the closest so far known is one called RaTG13."

    I think...
  20. Replies
    37
    Views
    6,011

    Too wide an area. The facial hair transfers...

    Too wide an area. The facial hair transfers pretty far from WW, but the chain and mesh undershirt say EWA urban. WW, Yakima, Spokane--probably as far north as Chewelah, but the white trash...
  21. Replies
    4,716
    Views
    523,252

    It would make sense that they probably both...

    It would make sense that they probably both delete whatever footage is damaging to them before anyone asks to see it. Do you think she gets enough chances to warrant the public paying for a system...
  22. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    Than Bill himself. Riiiight. He explained it...

    Than Bill himself. Riiiight.

    He explained it that the logistical hurdle is not IP. So there's no point sending useless recipes. And you already know there's a downside to doing that, so the pros...
  23. Replies
    4,716
    Views
    523,252

    Yup. To the extent that spending $50 helps delay...

    Yup. To the extent that spending $50 helps delay that it's a nice strategy. Posting cherries is likely to increase its effectiveness.
  24. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    Did you not listen to this interview? Or did you...

    Did you not listen to this interview? Or did you not understand it? Gates isn't the clearest communicator, but he does explain his reasoning pretty simply in that video.
  25. Replies
    4,716
    Views
    523,252

    This fact does not conflict with my statement....

    This fact does not conflict with my statement. Individual officers owning the footage means those officers control when footage exists and when it does not. They can choose when to delete it and how...
  26. Replies
    4,716
    Views
    523,252

    Isn't that cute? Personal control of the records...

    Isn't that cute? Personal control of the records and the ability to cherry pick your interactions for the 'gram. He should be a YouTube star by Festivus.
  27. Thread: Cracked head tube

    by jono
    Replies
    25
    Views
    6,088

    7005 was typically heat treated to a t5...

    7005 was typically heat treated to a t5 condition, which is much easier in production than t6, but that's still heat treatment, despite how the final step was often combined with powder coating...
  28. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    Sometime after the sign comes down at the store. ...

    Sometime after the sign comes down at the store. That's not up to the government.
  29. Thread: Ask the experts

    by jono
    Replies
    4,528
    Views
    1,084,861

    Didn't the Lefty have one 25 mm ID? Sounds about...

    Didn't the Lefty have one 25 mm ID? Sounds about right, anyway.
  30. Replies
    730
    Views
    112,105

    The points system should be updated to add at...

    The points system should be updated to add at least 2 points for a photo with said note.
  31. Replies
    2,980
    Views
    504,668

    All that and he didn't even mangle the right...

    All that and he didn't even mangle the right component? Is it a little less on the wife now?
  32. Replies
    8,124
    Views
    1,442,947

    That is awesome. @TAFKALS: when that snow...

    That is awesome.

    @TAFKALS: when that snow melts...
  33. Thread: Ask the experts

    by jono
    Replies
    4,528
    Views
    1,084,861

    Ellsworths are fun to watch on a climb. The first...

    Ellsworths are fun to watch on a climb. The first full suspension bike I ever rode is a little over 30 now and was designed by a car guy who should have known better on a couple of points, but had...
  34. Thread: Ask the experts

    by jono
    Replies
    4,528
    Views
    1,084,861

    Is that meant as a subtle BBI invite? Hint hint...

    Is that meant as a subtle BBI invite? Hint hint...
  35. Thread: Ask the experts

    by jono
    Replies
    4,528
    Views
    1,084,861

    I'm just gonna make that one CalPoly and one...

    I'm just gonna make that one CalPoly and one Purdue, then :fm:

    One thing to note here on the Horst Link term: there are two very different versions of that 4-bar that might be going by the same...
  36. Thread: Ask the experts

    by jono
    Replies
    4,528
    Views
    1,084,861

    Lulz. My BSME comes from an ABET-accredited...

    Lulz. My BSME comes from an ABET-accredited school. My senior project was a design of a suspension system. But not everyone who took ME took kinematics, it's typically a 400- or 500-level course. I...
  37. Thread: Ask the experts

    by jono
    Replies
    4,528
    Views
    1,084,861

    Specialized proves the point: any of them can be...

    Specialized proves the point: any of them can be done wrong just as most can be done right. They did it so wrong for so long that we've suffered for a solid decade due to their marketing dollars.
    ...
  38. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    Parents of some friends here (four people, two of...

    Parents of some friends here (four people, two of them brothers) seem to have taken the same attitude. 70's, healthy, fairly active compared to most their age. 3/4 (that I know of) caught it with...
  39. Thread: Ask the experts

    by jono
    Replies
    4,528
    Views
    1,084,861

    Schralphmachio and I had the nerdy version of the...

    Schralphmachio and I had the nerdy version of the kinematics discussion quite a few years ago on here. The only thing I haven't seen covered in the 2021 version is that chain line (from the side, not...
  40. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,957

    Don't overthink it. A 6'x8' mini tarp is perfect...

    Don't overthink it. A 6'x8' mini tarp is perfect for two bikes. The grommets are just right for parachord, making it really easy to sew up a cover with the cheapo look thief-conscious bikes crave.
    ...
  41. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    Yes, but his sarcasm was pretty clear, too....

    Yes, but his sarcasm was pretty clear, too. Sarcasm escape velocity?
  42. Lots of truth in there. Bridgestones and...

    Lots of truth in there.

    Bridgestones and Gravity Droppers were worth the upcharge.
  43. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    I'd like to welcome you to 2021...whatever it...

    I'd like to welcome you to 2021...whatever it takes. Here in the future we try not to dwell on the past. But to your first question, no. Just the opposite.
  44. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    I just hope that doesn't turn out to be her...

    I just hope that doesn't turn out to be her all-time PR. That could haunt a person.
  45. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    It seems like next you're going to tell me it's...

    It seems like next you're going to tell me it's not stupid to leave your pants on in your own home. I mean, sure, you can. But if you tell me that's not stupid my head might explode.

    OG left out...
  46. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    I think you already said so, but just to be...

    I think you already said so, but just to be clear, you're getting 2% by eyeballing the graphs and ignoring the symptoms you don't think should be called "severe" even though they are systemic, right?...
  47. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    But in your anal Isis wouldn't pulling it up to...

    But in your anal Isis wouldn't pulling it up to pass be the smartest part of their approach?

    I mean, maybe not the absolute smartest, but the smartest part you get to see--I'm assuming if they...
  48. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    Can you imagine how awesome it would be if masks...

    Can you imagine how awesome it would be if masks really did restrict your oxygen? I'd wear one to bed if it would give me that sweet VO2max bump. Way easier than a tent.
  49. Replies
    35,200
    Views
    5,056,425

    Probably, yes. It's been by health districts all...

    Probably, yes. It's been by health districts all along, so there was never a statewide mandate, but at least up north the masks ended the day after they went 16+ for the vax. Because we have our own...
  50. Replies
    5,422
    Views
    1,106,805

    It sounds like you're saying that "sources of...

    It sounds like you're saying that "sources of error that can't be accounted for" should be accounted for. Which, sure, but...


    I keep wondering if anyone can just count the reactions among the...
Results 1 to 50 of 300
Page 1 of 6 1 2 3 4