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RedEyeFlightControl

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Mfg, Nerd, #Entgineer, & #GladScientist, 🛸lifting minds to otherworldly realms with the power of physics 👽 #BecomeABeliever #GoForADryV #SeeTheLight refc-labs.com

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RedEyeFlightControl,
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Type 1 runs on bare metal. You install it directly onto server hardware. Type 2 is an application (not an OS) lives inside an OS, regardless of whether that OS is a guest or a host, the hypervisor is a guest of that platform, and the VMs inside it are guests of that hypervisor.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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Just leaving Taco Bell, where do you want me to pick you up?

RedEyeFlightControl,
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THC / actives are oil based. If you are making tea, add a bit of creamer or something for those oils to adhere to. Water won’t extract or carry them very well. You need something with the water to dissolve and carry the actives.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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A few more I really love. I’ll add more as I remember them (there are many and I can’t remember them all now)

Orphan Black

DARK

Midnight Gospel

Dexter

Fringe - All openings

Gravity Falls

The Good Place

RedEyeFlightControl,
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Muffin Base. Yields approx. 12 “regular” muffins.


<span style="color:#323232;">~2 cups (260 g) all-purpose flour
</span><span style="color:#323232;">
</span><span style="color:#323232;">~½ cup (120 g) granulated sugar
</span><span style="color:#323232;">
</span><span style="color:#323232;">2.5 level teaspoons baking powder
</span><span style="color:#323232;">
</span><span style="color:#323232;">½ teaspoon salt
</span><span style="color:#323232;">
</span><span style="color:#323232;">~¾ cup (180 ml/186g) milk, room temperature
</span><span style="color:#323232;">
</span><span style="color:#323232;">~½ cup (114 g, 1 stick) salted butter, melted and cooled
</span><span style="color:#323232;">
</span><span style="color:#323232;">2 large eggs, room temperature
</span><span style="color:#323232;">
</span><span style="color:#323232;">Toppings and fillings of your choice
</span>

Prepare any toppings and mix-ins prior to combining muffin dry and wet bases. Once the bases are mixed, muffins should be baked as soon as possible.

Instructions

1 Preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a muffin pan with paper liners; set aside.

2 In a medium bowl, whisk the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt together.

3 If you have additives for your muffins, combine with dry ingredients and fold thoroughly to dry coat everything.

4 In a small bowl, melt the butter. Once liquid, whisk in milk. Then whisk in eggs and vanilla until well combined. It is OK if this separates while sitting. Whisk it again before adding to your dry mix.

5 While lukewarm, add liquid to dry ingredients. FOLD with a silicone spatula just until combined. Do not overfold!!! Ugly lumpy batter is the best batter. Overmixed batter will yield a more cake-like consistency and reduce rise.

6 Divide the batter evenly between the muffin cups.

7 Add any toppings now.

8 Bake for 15 minutes then drop the temperature to 375. In 5 - 10m, use a toothpick inserted into the center to check - if it comes out with only a few moist crumbs attached, or clean, they’re done.

9 Transfer muffins to a wire rack to cool completely. Muffins are best the day they are made but they can be stored for later use.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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I would be skeptical that it wouldn’t become a dumpster fire overnight.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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It’s the best movie you’ll watch once and never again.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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If someone develops a weed-nade, I need to know about it!

RedEyeFlightControl,
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Was about to say. This is pretty well known science. A dash of salt in coffee will de-bitter it. I would only assume the same goes for tea. Being a tea drinker I have yet to try it, but next time I have a bad cuppa, I’ll have a go at it.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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I got to play Pong on one of those original, first edition cabinets. A local museum has one of the originals. It’s really cool!

RedEyeFlightControl,
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Agreed. A product purporting to be “butter” should be not have chunks. It should be creamy and smooth. Crunchy is a job half done. Finally, someone who gets it.

Edit: If you like crunchy peanut spread, that’s cool. But let’s be real. It’s not peanut butter.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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If you want to keep perpetrating that a product with butter in its name should be chunky, go for it. I won’t stop you, but I won’t join you. I will continue to enjoy both peanut butter and chunky peanut spread.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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I was fortunate enough to get an older HP color laser MFD that can use 3rd party toner carts. I’ve never bought a first line HP cartridge for it and I never will. My next printer will be some other brand that plays nice with customers.

The only reason I even have this printer now is because I got it crazy cheap off of craigslist about 10 years ago, with extra supplies. When it dies, I’ll get a brother or something better. I’ve bought 3 sets of toner carts for it in 10 years or so for a grand total of maybe 150$, and I use it a lot.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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It’s a prediction. Predictions aren’t always 100% accurate.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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No point has been missed. I’m not mocking anybody. Look at the tech required. It’s easy to see why this fuel source has not come to fruition, yet we have fields upon fields of wind and solar tech. None of which I ever riduculed, personally.

This isn’t a personal attack. Again. Ridicule has nothing to do with discussing facts. On that note, have a great day.

RedEyeFlightControl,
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Hydrogen is not currently a green energy. Green means the energy is produced in a manner which causes no harm to the environment. About 4% of all current hydrogen is “green”. Global supplies are manufactured with natrual gas (47%), coal (27%), oil (22%), and electrolysis (4%). According to the International Renewable Energy Agency, at least.. Huh.

I guess I’m not really attacking a green energy, am I? I mean, I wasn’t before, but still. Discussing the difficulties of hydrogen at industrial scale isn’t attacking it, no matter how bad it hurts your feelings. It’s simply fact we cannot ignore.

I’ve never heard a single naysayer claim solar or wind were impossible. Like, ever. This is pure unsupported, anecdotal nonsense.

Unless you have factual support for your rebuttal that is relevant to the topic, you have lost my attention.

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