Random Jabber Jibber thread

Metasynth

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Any of you wanna trade nudes for seeds? I'm 6 ft, hairy as fuck, I weigh 120kg, and my i regularly pull clumps of hairy fluff out of my asshole and bellybutton which can be denser than the best buds any of you pussys ever grew
I mean, I’ll happily rate your penis with heterosexual impartiality. I don’t need anything in return, just send those nudes, buddy.
 

evergreengardener

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sure, I do...what kind of seeds you have?
I mean, $20 is $20
damn i coulda had my fun with that clown in the TNT! ah well ran off is ran off:sleep:
 

BarnBuster

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Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) for Hebrew Year 5781 began on Wednesday, 7 April 2021 and ends at nightfall on Thursday, 8 April 2021.

"Yom HaZikaron laShoah ve-laG'vurah (יום הזיכרון לשואה ולגבורה; "Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day"), known colloquially in Israel and abroad as Yom HaShoah (יום השואה) and in English as Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Holocaust Day, is observed as Israel's day of commemoration for the approximately six million Jews and five million others who perished in the Holocaust as a result of the actions carried out by Nazi Germany and its accessories, and for the Jewish resistance in that period. In Israel, it is a national memorial day and public holiday. It was inaugurated on 1953, anchored by a law signed by the Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion and the President of Israel Yitzhak Ben-Zvi. It is held on the 27th of Nisan (April/May), unless the 27th would be adjacent to Shabbat, in which case the date is shifted by a day." Many observances fall on 27 January, the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp in 1945, while other countries selected separate dates, often to mark anniversaries of national events during the Holocaust. Holocaust Remembrance Days often include efforts to combat hatred and antisemitism. In Israel the date relates both to the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising which began 13 days earlier, and to the Israeli Independence Day which is eight days later.
 

manfredo

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OK, oil makers, I'm seeking advice. I have the vacuum chiller coming, and need the next piece...a rotovac. I don't plan on using this thing all the time...Just to make oil for personal use, and maybe a few lucky friends...100 carts a month should do me, o_O and I have read with anything more than a 2l system I would need a real chiller. So I am thinking this. What do you think?....It looks like it should handle a 2L flask. It's a manual lift and that's ok...One less thing to break!

 

BarnBuster

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OK, oil makers, I'm seeking advice. I have the vacuum chiller coming, and need the next piece...a rotovac. I don't plan on using this thing all the time...Just to make oil for personal use, and maybe a few lucky friends...100 carts a month should do me, o_O and I have read with anything more than a 2l system I would need a real chiller. So I am thinking this. What do you think?....It looks like it should handle a 2L flask. It's a manual lift and that's ok...One less thing to break!

@Fadedawg @cannabineer
 

cannabineer

Ursus marijanus
OK, oil makers, I'm seeking advice. I have the vacuum chiller coming, and need the next piece...a rotovac. I don't plan on using this thing all the time...Just to make oil for personal use, and maybe a few lucky friends...100 carts a month should do me, o_O and I have read with anything more than a 2l system I would need a real chiller. So I am thinking this. What do you think?....It looks like it should handle a 2L flask. It's a manual lift and that's ok...One less thing to break!

If it works, it should be great. I was gonna suggest getting a used name-brand Büchi, but I doubt it would be any more reliable. If the warranty is solid and the company has good reviews regarding returns, go for it.

also -
Make sure replacement seals are available and cheap. Even with the Swiss stuff I had to go through several seals before finding one that lasted more than a dozen runs. The seals are the big wear item.
 

manfredo

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If it works, it should be great. I was gonna suggest getting a used name-brand Büchi, but I doubt it would be any more reliable. If the warranty is solid and the company has good reviews regarding returns, go for it.

also -
Make sure replacement seals are available and cheap. Even with the Swiss stuff I had to go through several seals before finding one that lasted more than a dozen runs. The seals are the big wear item.
Thank you! Good point, I will ask. Must be one of the big companies in China is pumping this model out and it's being sold under a bunch of names, ranging from $550 to double that...But I could not find a review on it anywhere.

There's a 5L version that does have a YouTube video and they said it was holding up great under daily use in a lab, for over a year. I think about $900 was the lowest price I found on the 5L...But it is nicer! plus I would have to buy glass for the 2L model that will be at least $35 (for the 2L flask) putting me at $600. I guess I'd be buying the flask 2l flask either way!

There are a bunch of used higher end models available, most without glass. My thought was the cheap one will get me started and if it works out, I can upgrade in time, and maybe have some glass leftover.

Here's the 5L model
 

cannabineer

Ursus marijanus
Thank you! Good point, I will ask. Must be one of the big companies in China is pumping this model out and it's being sold under a bunch of names, ranging from $550 to double that...But I could not find a review on it anywhere.

There's a 5L version that does have a YouTube video and they said it was holding up great under daily use in a lab, for over a year. I think about $900 was the lowest price I found on the 5L...But it is nicer! plus I would have to buy glass for the 2L model that will be at least $35 (for the 2L flask) putting me at $600. I guess I'd be buying the flask 2l flask either way!

There are a bunch of used higher end models available, most without glass. My thought was the cheap one will get me started and if it works out, I can upgrade in time, and maybe have some glass leftover.

Here's the 5L model
These things are large heavy beasts. I would not start with a larger one until you’ve determined that you (after becoming familiar with the 2-liter one)

-really could use one
-have the space for it.
Jmo.
 

BarnBuster

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"Today is National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day and is different and separate from National POW/MIA Recognition Day. It was officially designated by Congress in 1988, Public Law 100-269 [Sen J Res 253 100th Congress]. as a Presidentially-proclaimed observance and commemorates the April 9, 1942 surrender of approximately 10,000 United States military personnel and 65,000 Filipino soldiers on the Bataan Peninsula in the Philippines by Major General Edward P. King to the invading Imperial Japanese Army headed by General Masaharu Homma. Bataan was the largest mass surrender in United States military history. The surrender was followed immediately by the infamous Bataan Death March. Although this remembrance day is for all who were POWs, it is most associated with those who were POWs of Imperial Japan during WWII. The Philippine nation marks "Araw ng Kagitingan" (Day of Valor) on April 9 of every year to highlight the valor and heroism of the Filipino and American soldiers who fought in the Philippines during World War II."

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