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bigjohnthescot

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About bigjohnthescot

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    Member
  • Birthday 1965-07-16

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    johnscot65

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Las Vegas Nevada
  • Interests
    gaming school helping people photography videography media creation
  • Biography
    just another disabled Vet trying to stay out of trouble
  • Occupation
    N/A whatever I want

System

  • CPU
    i7 7800
  • Motherboard
    asus x299 prime deluxe
  • RAM
    32 g Gskill tridentz
  • GPU
    MSI gaming X 1080 8gig
  • Case
    thermaltake r71
  • Storage
    32gig optane 1tb7200rpm(os)2+2tb7200rpm in raid0 + asusnvme pcie vroc 4xsamsungevo 960 256gig +1 256wd blackm.2 ssd + 3x 1tbsshd
  • PSU
    evga gq 850
  • Display(s)
    1X asus designo 1xdell
  • Cooling
    rasystorm dual radiator240mm quad fan with resivoirr
  • Keyboard
    corsair k50
  • Mouse
    logitech m570 razer orbweaver wacom med tablet
  • Sound
    N/A
  • Operating System
    windows10 64

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  1. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LXCDPPK for about 30 bucks off a great webcam use LTT affiliate for maybe even more savings
  2. so I have heard it both ways dump em and dont dump em I am of a mind on my new rig to dump them periodically to keep the drive(s) free of clutter what do yall think?
  3. hey there I was wondering what brand watch the large anodized orange one that Linus wears is and the link where I could pick one up cheers and Merry Christmas (and boxing day?) John
  4. I have had some bad luck with Logitech wireless (mostly rechargeable headphones) the mini USBs always seem to break after a few months no matter how careful you are, that being said I do use a pair of Artemis 933s headphones and the new trackball mx ergo mouse which is awesome I haven't used any other type of mouse in the last 10 years ( I hate mouse pads and just the way that you need to always have a flat surface) so I don't see a problem with the mice also their keyboards are decent but ill stick with my corsair Cheers and a merry Christmas
  5. also more important with heaters pay attention to the amperage and btus of the heater i am thinking the bigger the cord the better if you touch the cord after a few minutes and its warm (warmer than ambient) then its too small
  6. I just bought a Thermaltake 850w rgb psu for 119bucks on Newegg so a 500w should be about half that
  7. anyone heard through the grapevine when bless is going to be released??? all I find are sources that say sometime in 2018. And do you think there will be an audience for me when I start streaming
  8. ok well then I stand corrected BUT, Going public via an initial public offering is theoretically available to companies of all sizes. Traditional initial public offerings, however, require an underwriter. Finding a willing underwriter in the US and Canada is often difficult if not impossible to accomplish by small and micro-cap companies. Many small companies are using direct public offering as a non-traditional initial public offering. One of the main advantages of a direct public offering is companies avoid the expense and complications of an underwriter and underwriter’s counsel. A direct public offering can be very effective particularly when the amount being raised is under $2,000,000 and the internet is utilized to sell all or part of the offering. Direct public offerings are more effective in the US than in British Columbia, since in BC, companies need to be listed on a recognized exchange (the US OTC Markets are not recognized by Canadian securities regulators). http://venturelawcorp.com/going-public-article/
  9. just saying that it is illegal for a Canadian company to offer an IPO on the new york stock exchange
  10. thanks for the bullet points -Ryan you nailed it
  11. I have been in the Sudan Somalia and Etienne --most of my military career was spent in that part of the world and yes -I- would definitely be a boor if -I believed that a computer would fix- the world.but without technology we stand less of a chance of getting water to those villages so their women dont have to walk 10 miles a day just for water and technology is going to show them how to irrigate their crops
  12. OK this got far from where I was really trying to take it so I must have stated my case fairly badly and for that, I am sorry I was just trying to create a collaborative effort in critical thinking on a topic that Unless you are involved in this industry most people just don't give two shakes about. they buy a computer every 2 years get a new phone every year and dont care what happens to the stuff they throw out. how many people out there in this conversation know for a fact what goes down in a landfill. I am not trying to make anyone feel guilty or bad I am just hoping to a awaken a certain thought or spark, I am truly sorry if I have given the wrong impression of a dullard or holier than thou tone of speech
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