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IT Nerd of 30yrs and avid hobbiest of genealogy, geology and science in general.

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Let’s not forget that it was President Eisenhower, a Republican, who directed a Republican House and Senate to pass Dr. Salk’s Polio Vaccine into immediate use in 1955.

You’d think these anti-vax nutjobs would let that one side on that fact alone. People are stupid to even consider letting that crap come back and potentially paralyze children.

…wikipedia.org/…/Announcement_of_polio_vaccine_su…

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Best line:

“Actually, that’s not complete reporting, Olivia. I have a source that tells me it’s the Wrong Every Time Floor Action Response Team – WETFART. The team is a loud and slippery crew. Beware.”

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This is just another form of delay tactics by the defense, nothing more.

The longer they drag out jury selection, the longer the trial runs, which gives them more time for everything from prepping the defense to giving the ranting monkey more time for his campaign.

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Let’s see, first there was complaints on Truth Social about not being able to dismiss an unlimited number of jurors without reason for dismissal:

www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/…/ar-BB1lNmzY

Then just hours ago the DA asked the Judge to hold him in contempt for poor remarks regarding potential jurors:

www.msn.com/en-us/news/other/…/ar-AA1nffCs

Then there’s the mountains of previous trial evidence showing the same acts of slowing down the judicial process, which simply eludes anyone to the same conclusion I gave: It’s a delay tactic.

Win 11 PC "Critical Process Error" BSOD on every startup attempt

I leave my computer running for long stretches because it also acts as a plex server. I turned my monitor on last night to open steam, and the window didn’t render in; I didn’t think much of it, but before I could restart my PC, I got a “memory management” BSOD. I turned off XMP, as well as taking out each RAM stick, but...

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Sounds like memory corruption. Before you do like the other poster said and run memtest, I’d suggest reseating the ram, possibly in different banks if you can, reseat the video card and then try again.

If you still get failures:

  • memtest
  • update bios
  • dive deeper into the windows system logs for clues
  • then check your ssd for bad blocks using the SSD vendor tools

Always backup your important files!

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Absolutely! Even memtest has a portable one.

www.memtest86.com/tech_creating-window.html

There’s some to test the hardware and even SSD, but I’d need to know the ssd brand/vendor.

edit: Adding ultimate boot cd as another useful tool that can run on usb

www.ultimatebootcd.com

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Most RAM have a lifetime warranty, so please take a picture of the errors and use that to rma (return) to the memory maker for a free replacement.

In the meantime, consider buying new ram (unless you can wait 6 weeks for an rma return lol).

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Suggestion: Look up the mobo and download the tested memory modules for it. In there you’ll find part numbers compatible with the mobo that you can shop for online.

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“I thought STRIKES were supposed to be ‘unlimited’ when we were picking our jury?” Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social.

State law, a law that’s been around for over a hundred years, limits it to 10 strikes.

That’s what he gets for thinking again.

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Multiple sites show it left leaning in bias, but mostly factual/reliable at 82%, with only a small amount of falsities.

mediabiasfactcheck.com/business-insider/

www.allsides.com/media-bias/media-bias-chart

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_Insider

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I still crave a good Moravian slivovitz from CZ on cold days, but a good craft beer is definitely my default drink.

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Nice way to drive up depression prescriptions n suicides yah jackasses.

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Meanwhile, adult baby and furry sex fetish vids are still free /facepalm.

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They can also regurgitate their esophagus and make a noise with it while hanging out of their mouth… it’s rather disturbing to see in real life.

edit: It’s called the dulla and is from the bottom of their esophagus before the stomach and is done to attract females lol.

youtu.be/WlykxL1Da1o?si=w4cvR58qCcGITqrY

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Sounds oddly like Brownshirts authoritarian powers.

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In my 20 years of working in the office and an additional 4 working 100% WFH, I’ll throw my worthless internet opinion out there as to why: It comes down to the culture of the company.

Some companies see a real benefit from water tank conversations, face-to-face meetings, and the ability for managers to ask someone in person on a moment’s notice to do things. There is also a lack of trust in the employees being able to perform correctly without physical oversight in many companies. Granted and aside from the trust issue, there is some truth to that, but can in fact be realigned with the exact same benefit by retooling communications. It’s up to each company however to formulate the best course of action to remedy that and many sadly fail, resulting in RTO mandates.

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Not sure if they’re just wanting to cheat at Scrabble or just being Q…

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Bet he would still use TwitterX to post his garbage even if he were the last user on the site.

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I’ve been CTF’ing since Doom LAN parties, never seen it either.

Older folks like us tend to not say much or when we do, we keep it game related. We also tend to mute or ignore trolls from the start, so that’s probably why lol.

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Unless you are a native Hawaiian, you can only lease the land for 100 years. Further, the cost of living in HI is way way higher than SoCal because everything has to be imported.

Source: ex-Navy who lived there and used to crash open houses in diamond head for snacks when he was poor.

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Had to go back and look it up. The answer is it just depends. Some land is owned by the State of HI, in which non natives can own it where other land is owned by the Natives through the Monarchy of HI and can only be leased:

hawaiistar.com/can-non-hawaiians-own-land-in-hawa…

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My 1999 setup running Slackware while playing Loki’s Civ CTPhttps://lemmy.world/pictrs/image/7bdc8d82-9c10-45a6-b565-6182a58f2686.jpeg

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Sylvartas is right, it’s an old flatbed scanner.

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Old story: There was a sale at a big box Electronics store on Seagate Barracuda SCSI-2 Wide 9.1GB drives and I bought 6 of them to give me a 40GB RAID-5 on an old mylex dac960 scsi raid card. Bigtime storage in 1999.

Those fed my 3:1 ratio mp3 sharing site that my uunet bot advertised haha.

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Daily Linux user since Slackware 95, news to me too lol

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