trashpost thread, sleep Show more

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food, crypto but like the traditional kind, trashpost Show more

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@iliana @KitRedgrave Ah, yes, fair, please do not die. Some other time, perhaps.

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@iliana @KitRedgrave You can always clean your house later!

(I am also not trying to actually push you into doing that if you're uncomfortable with it. I just think you can if you want. Let me know if you want me to stop. DM's fine too.)

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@KitRedgrave I'm sure we can find some of those. Hey @iliana! Wanna go for a walk with Kit?

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@KitRedgrave You could, though. Relative anonymity in the dusk.

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@er1n How big is your /home? (And why do you have so much media in it? πŸ˜›)

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caps, admonition Show more

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@er1n Anything in "Things I Won't Work With" is probably a good propellant... πŸ€”

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@er1n Like, hypergolic fuels? That seems unnecessarily dangerous for small rockets (awesome, but unnecessarily dangerous). There's probably something you can do with LOX / kerosene a little more safely, though. ("more safely" being, again, a relative term)

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@Trev I really need to figure out how to cut cards (and maybe round corners?).

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@KitRedgrave @shatteredgears I mean, I wouldn't do it unless you have to, but tap water in most places is marginally conductive: you're not going to want to discharge large arrays of capacitors into it, but it's better than nothing for "I just need a link to ground, it's okay if it's also a megaohm resistor" if you've got some PVC kicking about.

(Mostly though, if you don't have grounded outlets, your pipes are probably made of a good conductor.)

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@KitRedgrave Yeah, I've used those, I'm just curious about how they differentiate actual Earth from some floating ground. Maybe I'll look into it at some point.

(And it's basically fine, as long as the water is an easier path to ground than you are, and unless you're piping in distilled water, it is.)

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@KitRedgrave Kind of curious how one tells this. I'll also point out that most plumbing can be used as a ground if you need more of them. (If the pipe is conductive and can be expected to be constantly supplied with water, anyway. Not that I've done this ever, of course. *looks around*)

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