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PBE Felix and Deagle Boltface Patches On Sale Now!



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109922 No. 109922 ID: 13f512 Stickied hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Errybody loves patches.

Would there be interest in a run of Opchan boltface logo patches?

What sizes and colors?

Any text or just the logo?
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>> No. 111644 ID: a083c4
I'm also testing out Redbubble for non-patch merchandise:

https://www.redbubble.com/people/badgerhound/works/29949728-pbe-felix?asc=u
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PBE shield stickers will be here thursday

pic unrelated


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109071 No. 109071 ID: 13f512 Stickied hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Tell me what features you want to see on a new, improved Opchan.

I already have a big ol' list, and the platforms we're considering already do some things, but I want to hear your wildest imageboard fantasies.

I'm not really going to be addressing whether or not they're feasible here, but I am reading everything.
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>> No. 111593 ID: a083c4
>>111592

yep it's there now
>> No. 111622 ID: c60044
>>111321
So I just now saw this, but...

/w/ is locked and unlisted, but it's still there if you want to peruse old threads.
http://www.operatorchan.org/w/

The latest version of LynxChan supports locked boards, so we may elect to keep the old locked boards around on the new site.

As per the usual, any discussion you'd like to have there you could just as easily have here.


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109518 No. 109518 ID: 19518e Stickied hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Been a while since we had us a good roll call. I'm sure some old trips lurk here, would be nice to hear if they're still alive.

to keep things interesting, it would be great to have a thread for all the old copypasta. Like shooting girl scouts delivering cookies, Peter Cottontail "get your fucking weapon if you don't want to die" Easter pasta, any of the old Opie stuff whatever it includes.

I got a couple I'll be posting, feel free to join in.
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>> No. 111415 ID: a58fb4
I have thus far avoided death. Possibly back in the loop for a while.
>> No. 111416 ID: a58fb4
I have thus far avoided death. Possibly back in the loop for a while.


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111656 No. 111656 ID: 82eeee hide watch quickreply [Reply]
My crush rejected me a few months ago… Feeling depressed, anybody wanna subscribe to my youtube channel and watch me inject Dr. pepper into my hand?

Because that's what I'm about to do right now. I'm going to inject Dr. Pepper in my hand.

Anyway, check out my video while I get this picture taken.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8IJMCzzvP0
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Why Dr. Pepper you might ask… Well, it's basically delicious caramel in a syringe and I'm hoping that it will hit my heart and kill me…

Okay… Uploading picture…
>> No. 111658 ID: 82eeee
I'm alive… Right into the bloodstream.

Fuck, I feel sick.
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Feeling really sick… Starting to sweat… Defiantly not dead though…


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108836 No. 108836 ID: 4fbdeb hide watch quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
>Be me a couple weeks ago
>Boss wants me to take a look at his wife's car
>Yeah OK.
>It's a 2010 Dodge Caliber
>ohboyherewego.jpg
>Water pump is weeping
>Radiator cap is puking all over the place
>Oh and he wants an oil change too
>Look it over
>Engine has a timing chain, not a belt
>Water pump is run by the serpentine belt
>It's way better than '90s Chryslers
>The Germans actually improved Chrysler
>Surprised.png

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>>111635
I love your videos but never have any idea of what's happening.

>>111640 >>111641

I kinda get it.

Follow up to >>111631. My new guy leaves to go have a baby or some lame excuse, and senior guy shows up to help. I kinda need his help for a few things, but most of the startup I'm fine with. While I try to do a thorough job and take advantage of our time on site, he just wants to fuck off and smoke in his truck. "Hey man, lets go smoke." "Nah, we got plenty of time." "Don't worry about that shit."

So electrical powerup is my olympic sport. He's more of a mechanical guy, but has like 10+ years of doing this. Working with him was like taking 3 steps back, and then wrapping an anchor chain around my waist. I basically have wait for him to fuck around trying to troubleshoot until I can get by him and actually figure out what's going on.

Then it's off for more second hand smoke.

My biggest problem with this guy is that I can't trust what he says. We joke he's 110% sure about things. 100% confident and 10% correct. And he's not lying, because he believes what he's saying. He just mis-remembers, or didn't understand, or connected two things that don't actually connect. Maybe too many drugs when he was younger?

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>>111645
Big customer sent us a drawing of a part. Supervisor sends it to the laser, looking at what the part is for, that was the correct call.

Part needs a few threads so I get it after it's lasered. I look at the drawing and see ridiculous shit like "holes [true position] 0.002 A, B", long story short they tolerance'd it pretty much 15 times too tight as the part would require. It's basically a plate that would hold a thing with regular bolts, it could be off 1/16th and it wouldn't make a fucking difference but blueprint is a blueprint.

So they chuck the lasered parts in the scrap bin and ask me what do. I say the drawing is dumb but if they want it to print, laser it out with extra material so I can just clean up the lasered surfaces so dimensions, locations, surface finish and other GD&T will be bang on.

What you see is a little re-pass just to adjust cutter compensation after running the first part. The lasered "blank" thing is held down with a few bolts undersized from final hole size, the outside is machined, the clamps are installed and then the screws are removed so the holes and threads can be machined to match the other features. Yes I deburred the plate that the part is sitting on after taking it off.

tl;dr that particular webm was what happens when a big company with lazy engineers throw money at stuff.
>> No. 111651 ID: a083c4
Work should be fun tomorrow :D
>> No. 111654 ID: 180c9a
>>111651
How'd it go?
>> No. 111655 ID: a083c4
>>111654

Incredibly uneventful.


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111496 No. 111496 ID: 530747 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
Is it okay to talk about explosives in here?
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>> No. 111647 ID: 738b31
You still doing cake baking, Acid Man?
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Cake baking?
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>>111647

Whatever else I might be, first and foremost I'm a scientist. I didn't have time to do good research for a while there, but I don't think I'll ever stop being a light weapons geek. I've been getting into the groove again a little bit recently with the acquisition of a translated Soviet RPG technical manual, and it felt great.

Get the new site up and going and I'll probably finish that antiaircraft missile thread that was started so long ago.

>>111648

Remember bats? Though it was a time when tensions were running higher, courtesy of a Dem president.
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>>111649
>I'm a scientist
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>>111649
when is the next scientology protest mr science man?


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106515 No. 106515 ID: f49edb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Paging CC. Many years ago I bought some pipes off you and completely forgot everything about their make/model. I try to talk pipes with people and don't know what I have.

The longer stemmed one was made by Bjarne, who is dead now sadly.

The shorter one has a treble clef marking but I can't remember for the life of me who made it.

plz respond.
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111603
Started smoking this is Afghaniland (everyone in the squadron signed up for various tobacco of the month clubs since my shop had a $500 humidor in it).
Smells like rotting head cheese mixed with jizz when dry but is probably the best tasting smoke I have ever had. Very fruity.

As far as cigars go I found I liked any of the ones wrapped in sugary leafs and I also found out that genuine cubans are WAY overrated.

Slightly unrelated but a good warning:

If you ever find a partially smoked cigar in a tackle box that also had forgotten squid from a previous fishing trip in it DO NOT smoke the cigar on a dare.
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Out of curiosity, has anyone here ever given tobacco snuff a try?

At one point in history it was the most common way to consume tobacco.
>> No. 111607 ID: e266a3
>>111604
>>111603
>Fusilier's Ration
That's a /k/ name for a pipe tobacco if I've ever seen one. Black cavendish and latakia seem to go together if blended properly and I'ver never had such a blend in flake cut before, so it looks like I'm going to have to go after it. Thanks for the tip.

As far as nasal snuff goes, I've had Chief Red Bull and Packard's Club. Can't say it was something I could enjoy or get used to, though it's probably hands-down the best buzz I've gotten besides from snus.
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>>111607
>> No. 111632 ID: a43e5b
Had a little breakthrough last night. Smoking a Tatuaje Verocu last night, I was actually able to pick out subtleties. It was very slow and relaxed in the lounge, which helped a lot. I noticed a strong woody note, and something remnicent of an alcohol burn like one would find in a strong, dry wine. I tasted a strong difference between first and second half with wood and earth dominating and background flavors fading.
I hated it. Won't smoke it again. But the important thing is I fully appreciated it.


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111613 No. 111613 ID: a70f4c hide watch quickreply [Reply]
The Greenland Gap.
Why didn't submarine patrol planes fly out from Greenland in order to close the "Greenland Gap" (aka The Black Pit, the open area between the ASW air patrols between Iceland and Newfoundland)? Bad weather? Difficulty in operating airplanes out of Greenland? Difficulty in building air bases there? The gap would not be closed until 1943 when long-range ASW patrol planes were made and assigned to it and escort carriers were extensively used.

The USA had permission to build bases there. In April 1940, Nazi Germany occupied Denmark on its way to an invasion of Norway, and almost a year later, the United States signed the US-Danish Agreement on Greenland, which permitted the United States to establish military bases in Greenland. The US had a similar agreement with Iceland, built bases there and flew extensive patrols from there.

- The Mid-Atlantic gap was an area outside the cover by land-based aircraft, those limits are shown with black arcs (map shows the gap in 1941). Bluish dots show destroyed ships of the Allies.
>> No. 111615 ID: a70f4c
  Battlefield S02E02 - The Battle of the Atlantic https://youtu.be/n8d8B7TOFt8
>> No. 111616 ID: dd409f
daniel gallery's book "clear the decks" covers the topic somewhat
>> No. 111623 ID: 41441c
>Bad weather? Difficulty in operating airplanes out of Greenland? Difficulty in building air bases there?

Pretty much. Greenland was used more as a layover stop for ferry flights to the UK. It was easier to operate from Iceland, which had a big city and was also closer to the UK, and aircraft there could range further towards Norway and so on.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenland_in_World_War_II
>Greenland played an important role in North Atlantic air traffic during the war, but the island's role as a major base for anti-submarine warfare assets was hampered by adverse weather, winter darkness, and difficult logistics. For a long period, a flight of six PBY Catalinas of VP-6(CG) was maintained at Bluie West One, carrying out a great variety of missions.


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111423 No. 111423 ID: 2d802d hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Do we still have any trip/name-fags who do metal casting?
Just curiosity...
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>> No. 111458 ID: a70f4c
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>>111456
No.
>> No. 111470 ID: 80dc83
>>111458
Thats too bad for you I guess, BatGuano.com is a really cool site even if it looks like it hasn't been updated since '03
>> No. 111550 ID: df12a0
>>111470

Our Bat Guano has been in continuous operation since the first vacuum tube information analysis machines.
>> No. 111561 ID: c9fe43
  >>111425
You can DIY it in your back yard.

>>111432
>>111438
We need jesus. I kinda want a penis wind chime.
>> No. 111605 ID: 2d802d
>>111561
I would actually give that a try but I have no sculpting ability. My sister got all the art genes but I feel like this would be a really odd request.

>hey <redacted>, can you sculpt me a penis with wings and feet and bells?
>...
>...
>...

If you know someone who could do it then maybe we could get a small group buy going.


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111575 No. 111575 ID: b84ec1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So y'all know there will be about 10 minutes of downtime sometime today to install the fix for meltdown/spectre

Pic unrelated
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>>111580
Don't bother now. We are so fucked by default that there's no chance for you to know how deep the rabbit hole gets, what is the backdoor and what is a patch for it.

>>111579
>adopted GPS tracking and listening devices instead of regular phones
Individually it hasn't been changed too much, the technology gets cheaper and more common, and this is the only difference. The problem is manpower, of course, qualified specialists capable of doing the effective and failsafe surveillance job - you are going to get less of them because of dwindling educational standards. On the other hand, corporation management think they will be able to control all the people with "big data" they receive, if they just going to mine as much as possible. I can't wait for this overgrown hyperstructure to fall down on their own heads.
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>>111579
>>111581
>k-keep using kasperky everybody! those security holes are just western fake news!
>> No. 111591 ID: a083c4
False alarm, our server and OS is so ancient they can't patch it.

OPchan: 1 Jews: 0
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>>111591
...hooray?
>> No. 111600 ID: 8aa571
>>111596
its ok we don't need security here anymore, the russians don't have anyone old enough to translate ebcdic to their munerunes


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