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Canada EH

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  1. 16gb of ddr3 ram is worth that alone!
  2. $100usd is $135cdn which is a bit higher then what I consider average for a hotel room which is $100, but I dont know what the rates are in Vancouver for a normal room, but I know you could have saved more money, Cambie Hostel in Gastown, or better yet up the road abit, closer to the beach, the Hostel International is a great hostel, I think they got for $30cdn/night, might be $35 its been awhile for me. Close to the beach for H.I. There is also the Partricia Hotel which which I'd guess to be $50cdn/night, might be $60/night. Just use them to crash, while you party hard for 3 days. 3 days is all you need, nothing in Vancouver TBH with you. The island is great. The only thing I'd do is hit up Whistler/Blackcomb and rent a downhill mtb, not sure how much that would even cost, probably exactly the same as skiing so $125 for the ticket, then $80/day for the bike and whatever the authorization is on the credit card. My belief is that 3 days in Vancouver and you will have no need to ever go there again, if you pound out your days correctly. Either way you made quite the moves on the cc's and air miles.
  3. No reinvevting anything, they are simple to build, for much less then to buy. Those little wire carts you can buy at the grocery stores or drug stores are $40+. Besides those wire or bag carts can't hold much weight.
  4. Why dont you make a folding cart with wheels on it. basically two rectangles, pivoted, large wheels. Folds up into an I and when you want to use it it folds out into an L
  5. Range anxiety is an issue with pure electric. Fuel prices havent gone up at all, they have actually fallen a lot which is too bad. I wish a barrel would increase so people can start making lots of money!
  6. I know right, but I just got on a roll. Nope, I guess it has to be TECH pet peeves @Arika S
  7. RGB and Virtual Reality are my pet peeves or is it peaves ok its peeves. People who are glued to their cell phones. People who drive like fucking assholes and taxi drivers they are the worst of the worst. Vapers who have no respect for others and just allow unregulated smoke to enter my lungs. I got into a good one last year, war of words nose to nose.
  8. Those people will never learn the economics of depreciation. How to deal with that, tell him the truth and leave it at that. Tell him to look at the online classifieds and ebay for similar pc's and he can then judge what price he thinks he can get for a $150 pc.
  9. To many people that is the case. There are other channels to watch for your tech fix, computer fix, server fix, programming fix. All depends on the age range that the channel is trying to secure and the morals they have. Lots of content on YT, but sometimes you can get lost in all the non sense that goes on, all the silliness, all the fakery. Its because of YT's algorithms. There is one East Indian Canadian fellow, is quite funny. Lots of fireworks he uses, like when he plugs in a cord, a smoker will let off. I forget the name, but you watch one or two of those, and it gets old quite quickly. The content is good, something I'd like to learn about, but how he does it, it was funny at first, second I watched for shits n giggles but that is all I could stand.
  10. Yeah I think I know the one you speak of, I remember something about a women, bicycling really fast with the help of draft assistance on the salt flats. I am sure they get an adrenaline rush from it. Well before biking ski mountains became popular and you could take the lift up, I rode down Paskapoo now renamed and a few other ski resorts in the Rocky Mountains this would have been 30+ years ago now. It was quite fun, much skill. I watch a few YT's on dumb fucks buying BSO's from Walmart and taking them to Whistler/Blackcomb and those bikes never survive. The dipshit even returned it and got a refund, selfish motherfucker. I have gone up to 60kph but on juice, no pedaling at all. Not the juice Lance was on either, talking electron juice Also I did not even do 60 for too long and I just assume that speed because that is what the speed limit was and I was right behind a SUV. I did not feel safe going that speed because one pothole and its not good, one rock, one 2x4, one nail, one bump. 60mph is 100kph and on a bicycle, bicycles were not meant for those speeds, those vibrations, those forces. It would not even be worth it to reinforce the welds, be better to just buy a motorcycle frame, and install the bicycle driving components. Using those cranks would require lots of space, a gear box would work. A nicely machined gear box, then you could even install an overdrive unit that can slip in once you get to certain speeds. Some vehicles have aftermarket overdrive units, they are quite costly.
  11. WOW!!!! That is quite a bit of bike riding, you should buy an electric bicycle kit, you'd pound that out in no time. Welding and Chemistry is off the table, want to be healthy and out of prison, Breaking Bad comes to mind.
  12. Well lots of shipping is FREE from CHINA, which I wonder how they even make money! Like I purchased a $1.00USD plastic pointer from China with FREE SHIPPING.
  13. Well actually it was a legit question, we are just trying to gauge your age, if you are 60 yrs old, 50, 40, 30 or 18 then maybe we can direct you in the right direction. Not sure why I missed that. That is a good age to get into the industry. Seattle, ok I will look for schools for you. https://www.seattlecolleges.edu/ looks promising.
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