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109071 No. 109071 ID: 13f512 Stickied hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [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. 109619 ID: cb6b4f
>>109618
That's a kusaba x issue. So far as i know, lynxchan doesnt have that problem.
>> No. 109620 ID: 19518e
>>109619
Oh neat, never mind then.


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108836 No. 108836 ID: 4fbdeb hide watch expand 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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>> No. 109595 ID: 9dcda2
  The hydraulic wrench is pretty badass. They're kinda dangerous since they will crush the fuck of your hand if you leave it between the wrench and the reaction area.
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>>109594
Your company sounds pretty well put together. How do you feel at the end of a shift? Obviously tired, but where's your head?

>>109394

Interview was today. They have no idea how long it will take me to get picked up, they cannot tell me my number on the list, and they say explicitly not to call them. To make it even better, once my name does get pulled, I've got 48 hours to quit my job and be ready to roll. So there goes the light at the end of the tunnel. Got a pair of good work boots, partly so I can be ready but mostly wishful thinking. I went back to the office afterward and did nothing. Not a god damn thing. I want very, very deeply to quit my job. I am under great pressure to stay because of the wife and child and everything.

I almost checked myself in today. I might give my sister-in-law my guns to hold onto for awhile.
>> No. 109608 ID: f11f4d
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>>109595
>Time to calibrate various insecticide granules being put through the small seed attachment on a planter, for some trial work.
>Expecting hours of humping a wheel, as that's what often drives the machinery.
>Planter actually has an attachment point for a calibration lever. (See arrow in picture)
>Even better, experienced guy who has worked with these particular planters before brings along a hydraulic drive that fits said point and connects right to the tractor.

Aside from having to deal with insecticide, it was actually a lovely day. I will alway appreciate how effortless hydraulics can makes things. This also includes horrific injury.
>> No. 109609 ID: 2c73e2
>Getting some gas-powered air compressors and generators going for Boss to sell off
>Gennys run fine
>all compressors run great after some minor dicking
>2/4 develop pinhole leaks in the tanks when I'm standing right next to them
>spooked

On the way out this morning the scrapper guy I work with sometimes stops in front of me when I'm pulling out the gate:
>"Hey I got this air compressor I want you to take a look at."
"Electric or gas?"
>"Gas. Honda engine. It don't idle down when it's done pumping"
Just like all the others I been working on.

What happens is, the unloader valve (also called a genie valve) gets a little sticky after sitting for a while. When the tanks get to 120psi or whatever the cutoff pressure is, it opens a valve in the compressor head so's it isn't pumping air into the tank.
It also puts pressure on a tiny air piston that operates a cable or rod, which is hooked to the engine's governor rod. That lets the engine drop down to ~1500rpm or so, using less fuel while letting everything cool off.

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>> No. 109622 ID: 9dcda2
  Excavator fail / win compilation unrelated...

> today
> working on the back of the engine
> turk-bro working in middle
> other guys up front

> front guy 1 yells to get my attention
> front guy 2 talks to him quietly for a bit
> me: What? You talkin' shit up there? (joking)
> turk-bro: Yeah what the fuck? If you're talking shit, fuck you! If not, don't worry about it.
> me: Yeah fuck you guys!
> turk-bro's phone rings, supervisor
> apparently he butt-dialed the sup
> turk-bro: Hey [boss], oh shit did you hear me cussing at [the front guys]?
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109612 No. 109612 ID: 6fd5a1 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>master bath toilet has been having increasingly bad time flushing, the flapper has been leaky, and the float has a tendency to get stuck
>buy new fill valve
>only one at local hardware store is a "Quiet Fill", comes with new flapper
>install -> get covered in rust/bacteria (have high levels of iron and manganese in my well water)
>slowest fill valve ever, BUT it is fucking silent
>water still leaks by flapper but not as much
>really look at the flush valve assy
>tiny ass hair crack in it
>buy new flush valve kit at HD after class today
>be dumb ass and think a "complete" kit has all of the things in it
>does not have tank-to-toilet gasket or tank mounting hardware
>old shit is crumbly upon disassembly
>local hard ware store is closed

All because I didn't read the list of things included...Should have just gotten the dual flush valve but I didn't want to lose the fancy handle my toilet has.
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>> No. 109614 ID: 13f512
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Things I need to do in order of priority:

1. fix crack in AC drain pan thing. Last summer during some 100+ degree days I noticed water leaking onto the floor. Turns out the drain pan has a tiny ass crack in it which allows water to leak out before the water level hits the automatic shutoff/water alarm tube, and you can't just *replace* the fucking pan without disassembling the whole damn thing and draining its cold juice which is some kind of environmental nightmare. Of course this crucial component is made of plastic. I got some swimming pool sealant shit and just need to glob it on there, but I am very lazy.

2. Replace toilet wax seal. The building manager mentioned to me that people who haven't replaced their toilet since the building was built are starting to notice they've worn out and to check around the base of the toilet for any gunk which would be indicative of said wearing out. I see some gunk. Probably time to do that.

3. Replace bedroom carpet. My dog is decently well trained but she is also a little asshole and has stained one area of the carpet badly. This on its own isn't a huge deal, but I also hate carpet in general and would much rather have some kind of hardwood and put rugs where I want soft. The rest of the condo has maple flooring so I'll likely do that unless I want this one room to be completely different.

4. Balcony planters and furniture. This is lowest priority but probably the thing I'll do first since it's the most interesting and least shitty. I want to enhance my lounging capability on my balcony. It's nice, overlooks a courtyard with swishy trees and is insulated from street noise. I have a decent amount of space for some big ol plants and maybe a table of herbs and smaller things. I need a new little table too.


pic related, the toilet gunk I found.
>> No. 109615 ID: 13f512
Oh, and I want to do a creative backsplash for my kitchen, which is pretty easy and fun, just need to actually get off my ass and get some tiles or something that match the granite.
>> No. 109616 ID: 6fd5a1
>>109614
Oh god the wax seal can be a nasty bitch. Have gloves and a barf bag ready. Don't bother with the waxless seals unless you have someone else to help you put the toilet back in place. Sure they last but the install has to be JUST so.

You remind me I need to fix the back steps of my house. Bottom two have broken. Upon close inspection they straight up were made by bubba. Not pressure treated and the boards are actually being held up by screws (not sitting on top of the stringer). The jack-ass that made this went through more cost and trouble to do it flatly wrong than if they had just done it right.
Oddly enough the front steps are made correctly-ish. Again not pressure treated and the screws they used are too short. Just need to nut up and basically rebuild my back steps and front porch. Really not expensive just time consuming.

My kitchen needs a remodel. It is TINY and feels like it was an after thought. Urks my inner Italian bread baker. What I want to do is move the downstairs half bath into the closet under the stairs (to the 2nd floor), knock down that wall, and combine the washroom and kitchen on that side of the house. Further space can be made by switching to a tankless water heater and one of those new washer/dryer in one combos LG makes (I used one at an apartment before and they actually work great even when fully loaded). Then the dining room can be moved to where the kitchen is now and the south side of the house can be a giant open living area.

While it seems like I bitch a lot about it I rather like home-ownership. I don't really miss the Marine Corps garrison life but I do miss fixing things.


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109592 No. 109592 ID: 8e186d hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Look at this shit.

https://youtu.be/j0JwIUeBXig

And then read the horribly fake comments. I've seen better comments on PornHub. Are people really this stupid?

Are these agencies even effective when they have to setup these for numbers alone?



Discuss and post more. I stumbled upon this on YouTube.
>> No. 109613 ID: a605a0
WTF, I'm not sold that it is an ATF honeypot, I think people might just be that stupid.


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109518 No. 109518 ID: 19518e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [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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Welp to actually call my roll then, I first tripfagged as 6point5guy when starting the first threads about making my own rifle on 4c/k/, then when OPchan first started I eventually changed to /k/anadian (seen here >>109578), and when I got my PTRD-41 I changed to WarPlanRed.

Still working as a machinist by day and moonlighting as a gun tinkerer, the rifle ideas from way back when are slowly getting off the ground, alas it is slow going.

I might have saved threads from a long time ago when HM was doing his dinner nooks on various guns, but finding them will take a bit, so may the roll call continue.

Picture is 4c/k/ on wearing your gf's undies.
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>>109521
>> No. 109606 ID: e266a3
Still have my homepage set here on the rare occasion I close my browser.

Quit the plant back in February because I saw the writing on the wall. Did a few contract jobs to set up media displays and wifi as well as some light housekeeping. Still working part-time at the night/weekend gig as always.

Took a semester off. Finishing a class online, will be full-time student again for what's hopefully the last hustle before finishing my degree program so I can jump back into full-time work while starting part-time classes in something new.
>> No. 109610 ID: ece0f0
Where is department of sexy girls?
>> No. 109611 ID: 13f512
>>109610

check /dmz/


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108197 No. 108197 ID: 192d20 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Reality TV clown is president, post your feels
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>>109445
>Trump isn't ZOG, hes exactly like Obama!

quadruplethink!
>> No. 109498 ID: 011816
"The Donald stepped out of the doorway of his golden elevator into the corridor that lead to his palatial penthouse apartment. At the door were four of his man-servants, Lucky he called them, they were called lucky he explained because they were “lucky to work for the most successful man in America”. Which was a great honour for the Luckys but was also highly confusing, given that the Donald called all 53 of his staff Lucky and never bothered to differentiate between them partly because he didn’t have time and partly because they were all hispanic and he genuinely struggled to differentiate between them. "The Donald walked past a large gold statute of himself in a buddha pose into the main lobby of Trump-Saille, as he called his apartment. named after the French palace Versaille, though “Way less gay” as he would tell guests. Several more Luckys approached offering The Donald various beverages, but he ignored them, or in the case of one unfortunate Lucky who happened to present a goblet of pomegranate juice, the glass and the tray was slapped to the ground. “You idiot” Trump yelled, look what you did. And kicked the Lucky as he bent down to retrieve the goblet. “Where the fuck do I have to go to get some decent help? China? Do I have to go to China?” "Stalking through to his bedroom the Donald walked into his bedroom. There was a large portrait of Donald on each wall, above the bed Donald as Alexander the Great, on the Western Wall above a 10 meter by 10 meter television, was a portrait of Donald as all four of the heads Mount Rushmore. Trump briefly glanced around, ensuring none of the Luckys was cleaning his bedroom and approached a bust of himself as Roman emperor Nero. Trump had chosen emperor Nero because “He got things done” and “he liked classical music too”. But now was no time for history lessons, he was about to leave for the Republican debate and he needed some relief. There was now talk that the debate could dislodge as the Republic front runner but the Donald knew deep in his heart that no one could replace him. He was unique. Original. The one and the only Trump. "Donald reached behind the bust and pushed a small button, immediately a panel behind the bust opened and Donald stepped through. He walked through a narrow corridor into his “Trump relaxation room”. The room was large as most New York apartments, the room had padding on the ground, and benches on the side. And there it was, standing in the center. The Donald stood still for a moment admiring it. Ivana had hated it and in revenge for him having it created it she had pressured him to have what one newspaper headline had described as “very painful and ultimately unsuccessful scalp surgery” when he began losing his hair. That’s totally true. But Donald didn’t regret a thing. Some men have blow up dolls but such a tacky, common thing w
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>> No. 109510 ID: 49cdb0
>Military analysts said a sudden show of force by the erratic leader of North America was intended to demonstrate independence from his predecessors and distract from a growing corruption scandal at home.

>After several days of heightened aggression, US president Donald John Trump was said to be spending the weekend at his coastal hideaway in the resort town of West Palm Beach, where he has spent more than a quarter of his presidency. His activities were closed off to most Western journalists. On Sunday, while much of the country marked a solemn religious holiday, state media broadcasted a brief message from the leader that suggested his warmongering was only just beginning.

>“Our military is building and is rapidly becoming stronger than ever before,” Trump said. “Frankly, we have no choice!”

>The military buildup comes as Trump is facing fierce opposition to his domestic agenda and increased scrutiny of his finances. Protests in several port cities on Saturday drew attention to Trump’s murky financial interests. Trump claimed the protestors were paid agitators. Several heads of state, from Iceland to Argentina to South Korea, have recently been forced from office due to their personal finances.

>Trump’s shift in focus from domestic to international affairs is an attempt to reclaim support from a country that has long viewed its military as a source of national pride, analysts said.

>On Friday, one of Trump’s generals made a show of parading 20 fighter jets—analysts examining the footage said they appeared to be F-15s—down an island runway in the disputed waters of the East China Sea. “Fight’s on!” said the general, David Lee Goldfein.

>American generals appeared emboldened by their commander’s statement earlier in the week about military autonomy. “We have given them total authorization,” Trump said from his capital city.

>Gen. Goldfein’s airpower display occurred just 1,400 kilometers from Pyongyang, North Korea, where a similar military parade on Saturday highlighted that nation’s increasingly advanced weaponry on the world stage. The competing showcases were seen as a precursor to further aggression between North America and North Korea.
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gay bears
>> No. 109598 ID: 0725bb
>>109589
If bears are gay, then how did they become our ForeBears?


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109366 No. 109366 ID: a43538 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
Hi Operators,

I need to ask about a certain topic that used to be posted or pinned in the former WARFARE board of the opchan. I'm talking about the discussion (definitely some 120+ posts along with lot of pictorial reference materials) regarding combating enemy armour.

Is there any way to retrieve this thread? Via some chanarchive perhaps? Do admins have these threads archived somewhere?

Maybe some operator has downloaded this thread just as I did back then?

It would mean a lot if anyone could help me retrieve this thread, I need it to my "operator's library" and some training in near future. A lot of very useful info was compiled there but I lost my hdd with all of that... Hence the question.

Any chance operators? I sure hope so.
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>>109464
I generally type like I talk... pauses included.

Then when I'm writing work dox/emails I have to reread and remove most of the commas and contractions.

I have write daily reports for the shit I work on, and do so pretty much in greentext format with some added punctuation and grammar.

> Arrived on site at 700.
> Reviewed safety bullshit.
> Met with customer.
> Fixed spinny thing that runs on fire.
> Spilled approx 750 gallons of oil.
> Took a huge dump.
> Cleaned up work area.
> Departed site at 2130.
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>> No. 109467 ID: f11f4d
>>109466
>Then when I'm writing work dox/emails I have to reread and remove most of the commas and contractions.

I have to do the same thing, and add way too many commas. The only useful thing I partially learned in english class was to go through and start removing as much as I could from what I write.
If I have more than one comma then I fucked up somewhere.
>> No. 109517 ID: 5a12de
>>109414

I just feel like posting this because its true and I forgot to comment on it earlier. Now that I run my own shop and get to decide all my inventory, the first thing I did 2 years ago was liquidate any cheap, crappy guns the shop had left in stock to other dealers, and never reorder them. No Cobras, no Hi Points, no Comanches, none of the stereotypical Saturday night specials or gangbanger guns.

I have had exactly zero crime guns traced to my shop since I did that. In two years. At the old place where the boss insisted on selling that stuff, we had over a dozen a year on average. Feels fantastic.
>> No. 109528 ID: b70387
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>>109517
Do you make an effort to have cheap, quality things like PA-63s and Makarovs around? Poor people need to protect themselves, too.

Unrelated, but why does Gunbroker feel the need to serve clickbait ads in the middle of their search results? Do they seriously not make enough money from the auctions?
>> No. 109555 ID: 5a12de
>>109528

PA63s and Maks aren't so easy to get anymore. I did get a great batch of Tanfoglios on sale a while back though. Sold about three dozen of them at three hundred bucks a pop (retail is nearly $600) and did fantastic with them. After those dried up I went with some TP-9s and a few Bersa's for my lower-end stuff, but those aren't as popular.


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109497 No. 109497 ID: 74b296 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Ok operators how do I get into programming in a meaningful way? I've been dicking around on linux for like 10 years now, and can muddle my way through most things technology, but I'm still pretty shit tier.

How do I change that?
>> No. 109499 ID: 813f6b
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Is there any kind of focus you have? What kind of programming interests you? Web design, application design, backend programming, scripting,...?
>> No. 109503 ID: 3e843b
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You have three real choices.

One, go to classes. Online or in person, buckle down and pony up some change to get some training. Like GVD said you need to narrow down what your interest is as programming is an extremely diverse and large field that skills from one sub-field may not translate to another.

Two, find your field and start exploring it on your own. Buy some or download some open source programs to play around with. Look for online guides or youtbues how to videos to give you some pointers but mostly learn through trial and error.

Third option is learn enough to look like you know what you are doing and then google the rest. Works for IT workers, not that I'd know anything about that, and would probably work for programmers.
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If you'd like to get into programming but don't have a specific application in mind, I'd suggest starting with Python. It's relatively easy to get into but very powerful with the libraries out there. Also, it's very popular so questions are relatively straight forward to google.

If you'd like a structured course, I hear good things about this: https://learnpythonthehardway.org/
>> No. 109505 ID: 74b296
Most of what I've done so far has been fumbling around in scripts written for python. My intetrests defenatily are in backend programing. i hear that learning C of some variation and python are good useful languages.
Also have an interest in Mozillas Rust language, mainly since its new
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>>109504
1. Get a Raspberry Pi.
2. Do some python magic.
3. Automate your house / cat feeder / print server / whatever dumb project you can come up with.
4. Learn 2 prog and electronics.

I've got 2 of them! That I haven't done shit with.

The projects I was going to do was a data capture thing for my MX-5 track car, complete with thermocouples for brake temperature and OBD-2 data. Also was going to make an alarm clock that turns on lights and makes lots of noise. (I sleep like the dead.) Also was looking into using the RasPi to control smarty LED lights for the house.


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  Shit you forgot about thread.
>> No. 109512 ID: 19518e
  Stumbled on this yesterday, it's been a while.
>> No. 109513 ID: 3b122f
i remember the old days when you could go on opchan without worrying about moderators stalking you like some faggot desperate for BWC
>> No. 109514 ID: 72cb51
  Star Wars: Troops [HQ] https://youtu.be/-EDiQXhYIKY
Troops is a mockumentary film by Kevin Rubio, which made its debut on the Internet in 1997. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. In the film, Imperial stormtroopers from the infamous Black Sheep Squadron patrolling the Dune Sea on the planet Tatooine run into some very familiar characters while being filmed for the hit Imperial TV show Troops.

The film jump-started the modern fan film movement, as it was one of the first short films to bring fan films into the digital age, taking advantage of internet distribution and affordable production and special effects equipment, as well as fans with movie-quality costumes. Rubio shot the film on location on the El Mirage Dry Lake.

Rubio finished the film while working at the Fox Kids Network, and was able to use well-known voice talent in his cast, including Jess Harnell, Cam Clarke, and announcer Bill Farmer.
>> No. 109516 ID: b70387
Pat Buchanan

‘The Ideas Made It, But I Didn’t’
Pat Buchanan won after all. But now he thinks it might be too late for the nation he was trying to save.
http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/04/22/pat-buchanan-trump-president-history-profile-215042

>A quarter-century before Trump descended into the atrium of his Manhattan skyscraper to launch his unlikely bid for the White House, Buchanan, until then a columnist, political operative and TV commentator, stepped onto a stage in Concord, New Hampshire, to declare his own candidacy 10 weeks ahead of the state’s presidential primary. Associating the “globalist” President George H. W. Bush with “bureaucrats in Brussels” pursuing a “European superstate” that trampled on national identity, Buchanan warned his rowdy audience, “We must not trade in our sovereignty for a cushioned seat at the head table of anybody’s new world order!” His radically different prescription, which would underpin three consecutive runs for the presidency: a “new nationalism” that would focus on “forgotten Americans” left behind by bad trade deals, open-border immigration policies and foreign adventurism. His voice booming, Buchanan demanded: “Should the United States be required to carry indefinitely the full burden of defending rich and prosperous allies who take America’s generosity for granted as they invade our markets?”

>...

>By 1992, the evolution was complete—“I was a full-fledged economic nationalist,” Buchanan says—and his crusade against the embodiment of globalism, President George H. W. Bush, became a surprise 10-week proxy war for the future of the Republican Party. Buchanan’s allies held out hope he could pull a historic upset in New Hampshire that would throw the entire nominating process into turmoil. But they knew it was terribly unlikely, and were thrilled when Buchanan captured 37 percent of the vote, even though it was still a double-digit defeat. He wound up winning nearly 3 million votes nationwide against Bush, and though he carried no states, was invited to speak at the party convention. When he delivered his fire-breathing “culture war” speech, urging Republicans to “take back” the country from the alien forces of militant secularism and liberal multiculturalism, Democrats said it was proof of a GOP tacking hard and fast to the right. That was the whole idea: Buchanan, unlike Trump 25 years later, was a committed social conservative who saw crusades against gay rights and abortion as part of the campaign to restore his ideal America. But they also limited his appeal, and some in the party establishment hold a grudge to this day, convinced Buchanan scared of
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109483 No. 109483 ID: 6ef9f1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Just made bread for the first time. I've been home fermenting for a while, and the similarities are interesting.

Food general?
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>> No. 109485 ID: bc5f52
>>109484
Is there tiny tiny cotton to with them, or microscopic pyramids?
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Congrats on your raw toast.

What made you get into it?
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Just a few days ago I cleaned out my coffee percolator with some vinegar, and left some in, by God, and proceeded to fill it with water and make a caraffe of strong brew. The result?

I declare to all here: tasted like.. liquid toast with just a hint of the vinegaryness.

Liquid toast.

Ask me if it was awesome.
>> No. 109491 ID: aadd02
Was it awesome?
>> No. 109495 ID: 22c903
your woman is enslaving yeast.


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