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Anonymous 15/10/30(Fri)09:01 No. 16232 Board: /sci/ ID: 7bbbb5 [Reply]
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What do you think of the mini-golf corse I designed for an engineering class?


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Anonymous 15/10/30(Fri)14:17 No. 16233 ID: eb1f25

It's more like fiddling during boredom class.




Shambler 14/08/19(Tue)17:44 No. 5189 Board: /zom/ ID: aaad3e [Reply]
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I'm from Australia. Since there are no military grade weapons, equipment and logistics like in the USA lying around, I think the Army reserves will just take care of everything. I can't do shit by comparison.


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Shambler 14/08/19(Tue)17:50 No. 5190 ID: d6e42e

>>5189
The Army will probably end up trying to contain the spread of zombies by wiping out the civilian population. Depending on the type of zombie infestation they face, this may backfire horribly and they may find themselves overwhelmed and then realize that they are the zombies.

You don't really need military grade weapons to survive a zombie apocalypse; and you might even be able to pull a few good weapons off dead/zombified soldiers once the chaos begins but ammunition is going to become a finite resource and eventually the only usable weapons will be of the sharp or bludgeoning kind.


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Shambler 14/09/04(Thu)08:22 No. 5211 ID: aaad3e
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>>5190
Hold on there, that's absolutely ridiculous. Since when has an army contained a pandemic with genocide?


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Shambler 14/09/10(Wed)08:58 No. 5220 ID: f679ae

>>5211

There you go, using logic again. This is a national government we're talking about, here; expecting logic from government is like expecting ethical morality from a serial-killer.




Top Heavy Hookjaw 16/08/04(Thu)02:45 No. 107864 Board: /tg/ [Reply]
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>>107859

Found one that seems to be intact:

http://www70.zippyshare.com/v/BdaU5PT4/file.html


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Mageguru!1mpu.dpn.g 16/08/04(Thu)10:33 No. 107871

>>107864

Nope - FAIL
Same issue.
Come back when you can post to the correct thread.


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Mea Culpa Top Heavy Hookjaw 16/08/07(Sun)01:50 No. 108003

Huh - it looked okay, but then that's what I get for trying to post while tired. Explains why I boned the thread post too...I'll not be doing that again.

No reason to be rude, good sir - we're all gentlemen pirates here.




Win2K on a LAN Anonymous 17/01/13(Fri)19:02 No. 22430 Board: /halp/ ID: 1ddc06 [Reply]
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I have to retype this because of an error :(

I have made a Win2K virtual machine to run as a retro PC game host on a LAN... because it's half the size of XP, that's why!

Okay, I created a shared folder called "test share", but when I try to access it from other machines (XP and 7) the folder is visible but I get the "x is not accessible, you might not have permissions etc" error. I have enabled the Guest account in Advanced User Management, and there are no firewalls involved, but I can't seem to recall what else involved here because it's been so fucking long since I last did this! And this is the point where I need /halp/.


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Anonymous 17/01/14(Sat)00:26 No. 22431 ID: 1ddc06

>>22430
Op here... nvm, I found it.

Turns out that I had to add Guest to the permissions list directly, even after enabling it. I seem to recall that it was supposed to do that automatically (which may or may not be a wise idea), but doing this one folder at a time could easily become an annoyance, albeit an annoyance that I'm willing to handle.


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Anonymous 17/01/14(Sat)01:03 No. 22432 ID: a870df

Turn off simple file sharing, which makes you use usernames & passwords to connect to shares. So long as the account you login with on each system uses the same name & password you won't have to bother with typing anything. Otherwise you type the name & password and you're in.

7 also needs to be switched back to 40/56-bit encryption vs. 128-bit. You'll also want to disable homegroup but since you have XP hopefully you've already done that.

Also XP and 7 need to be at least Pro, the Home versions can only network with other home versions. 2000 and earlier only had "pro" networking, Home was an abortion created for XP.


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Anonymous 17/01/14(Sat)01:07 No. 22433 ID: a870df

>>22431
There's two sets of permissions, the share permissions, which control who can access the share, and the file permissions, which control who can access the files. If you had added guest to the share permissions you would need to still add guest to the file permissions, otherwise it would be able to connect but not actually read any files.

As far as file permissions go you can enable inheritable permissions on child objects, which means you set the permissions on test share, then set all the items in test share to inheritable, and they all use the same permissions set in one spot (test share).




Don Bluth the best animator Eustace+P.+Vanderbanger+The+Third 13/12/12(Thu)09:36 No. 23775 Board: /co/ [Reply]
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Don Bluth.

For those who don't know him, he's responsible for such animations/games as Dragon's Lair, Land Before Time, Rats of NIMH, and All Dogs Go To Heaven.

He left Disney and, for a time, provided healthy competition. If it wasn't for Disney's Golden Age, in the 90's, Bluth's film would've rained supreme.

Unfortunately his studio went bankrupt. I, for one, prefer Bluth's work over Disney's, and have a sworn hatred for Disney.

Discuss Don Bluth's Glory


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Anonymous 13/12/13(Fri)22:24 No. 23776

Nah dude.
Bill Plympton.

http://vimeo.com/28836409




Modern Mom 13/09/17(Tue)11:27 No. 1625 Board: /jew/ ID: 751651 [Reply]
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Tired of spending money for pay TV?
A good old roof antenna will give you high definition broadcasts, up to 100 channels in some markets. A converter box can be used for older TV compatibility, $25-40

tvfool.com, antennaweb.org, rabbitears.info



There is also free satellite TV available, mostly international broadcasting but there's some cool stuff out there too.
Search for "FTA Satellite". A low cost fixed dish can run you $200-300 if you install it yourself. Ku-band (small dish) has a lot, C-band (large dish) has even more.

No monthly fees at all, for the price of 2 months of Direct or Dish you can get the equipment for free TV for life.


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Modern Mom 13/09/17(Tue)11:41 No. 1630 ID: 83ff82

You sir are a gentlemen and a scholar.


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Modern Mom 14/09/07(Sun)00:52 No. 2304 ID: ad6abf

leaking high grade autism


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Biff 15/10/02(Fri)17:09 No. 2741 ID: daa22b

Watching tv is a waste of precious time though, and that's one commodity that is very limited. It's mostly ads and shows you don't care about anyhow, why not just torrent whatever you DO really want to watch, or just read the synopsis of it on wikipedia, imdb?




Coupons Modern Mom 13/04/10(Wed)22:20 No. 1172 Board: /jew/ ID: c8a278 [Reply]
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Anyone got a internet coupon for this website?
I guess it could be a coupon general as well...
http://www.usmc-pro.com/COUTEAU-KA-BAR-CLASSIC-Armurerie/p/4/2/5184/


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Buck Knives Morgan Freeman 13/09/12(Thu)04:36 No. 1615 ID: f8d606
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BUCK Knives


and ONLY Buck


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Modern Mom 14/09/07(Sun)00:56 No. 2305 ID: ad6abf

>>1176
>trying to save money
>buys a fucking knife

unless that thing is for hunting wtf ru doing, you know you can go to jail easily for carrying one of those things?


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Modern Mom 14/09/09(Tue)07:47 No. 2309 ID: 0b4e92

>>2305
California allows legal open carry. No permit.




Modern Mom 16/03/19(Sat)12:25 No. 2817 Board: /jew/ ID: cad79b [Reply]
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I'm finally moving out! I paid a $100 in pre-bond, and will pay the other 180$ (for a total 280 in bond of 2 weeks) on Tuesday when I move in. Finally! Argh, so excited. Just kinda suprised the place is so cheap.




Teenage Girl 15/09/29(Tue)23:52 No. 20773 Board: /rnb/ ID: f4af1f [Reply]
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So my sister announces to me that the guy she lost her virginity to might have gotten her pregnant.

I reassure the girl that there isn't a chance that she's pregnant as she says he didn't finish. (This of course was a lie since looking at a girl the wrong way gets her pregnant)

I really don't need these sorts of shenanigans right now, I mean work is getting better so my sister has to get knocked up, eternally disappointing my mother who is begin to suspect my weed habit.

Just needed to tell someone, I'm losing the plot slowly day by day, pic related in some way


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Teenage Girl 16/10/15(Sat)16:46 No. 21237 ID: 63fd5e

>>21207
Ironic twist: he's the sister.


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Teenage Girl 16/11/23(Wed)09:52 No. 21313 ID: 3ecc16
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>>21237


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Teenage Girl 16/11/24(Thu)03:54 No. 21314 ID: 623d24

>>21313
Fuck yeah!




halp Anonymous 16/06/26(Sun)14:40 No. 22121 Board: /halp/ ID: 2b369c [Reply]
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it's all in the image


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Anonymous 16/06/26(Sun)20:04 No. 22123 ID: 43e02a

Have you considered, I dunno, contacting the police? Restraining orders are wonderful things, when he violates them there are consequences for him. Repeated violations lead to more serious consequences.


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Anonymous 16/07/02(Sat)22:00 No. 22125 ID: ca7e87

>>22123
This should be blindingly obvious.


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Anonymous 16/07/20(Wed)01:47 No. 22137 ID: 5a53ee

>>22125
You would think so, but apparently the chans are full of blind people.




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