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Tsuki

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    Tsuki got a reaction from KyberKylo77 in How did you meet your girlfriend/boyfriend/wife/husband   
    i worked at frys electronics in the E-cage behind the counter, my wife was a cashier.   i just let her know that all i did all day was stare at her ass. 3 months later we moved in together, a year after that and we were married.
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    Tsuki got a reaction from mr moose in Why does static electricity cause damage?   
    think tiny lightning bolt shooting out of your finger into whatever electronics you're holding.   thats whats happening.
     
    when i was building servers i saw a few instances of ESD burning out parts of the motherboard, but physical damage is rare.   usually it causes issues that are hard to diagnose, ram or processor not clocking correctly, maybe a usb port not working, graphics card not getting enough power. just weird shit, often people think the motherboard is doa, when actually they fried it on accident without realizing it.
     
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    Tsuki got a reaction from RGBisKey in Largest Pet Peeve?   
    when people ask what my pet peeves are.
     
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    Tsuki got a reaction from Saksham in birthday gift for my brother   
    could get something like a raspberry pi.   gives him tons of options to tinker.
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    Tsuki got a reaction from Saksham in birthday gift for my brother   
    what coding?  doing projects with a raspberry pi doesnt instantly mean your writing your own javascript.
    there are thousands of projects that can be setup in mere minutes, with no coding whatsoever.
     
    apt-get and git clone is not coding.
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    Tsuki reacted to KeyzHostHD in birthday gift for my brother   
    then that is my misunderstanding, you thought me something new, i didn't think of "Already made projects"
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    Tsuki got a reaction from KeyzHostHD in birthday gift for my brother   
    what coding?  doing projects with a raspberry pi doesnt instantly mean your writing your own javascript.
    there are thousands of projects that can be setup in mere minutes, with no coding whatsoever.
     
    apt-get and git clone is not coding.
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    Tsuki reacted to Gazereths in scrren taring everywhere?   
    Enable vsync in game.
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    Tsuki reacted to LIGISTX in Sustainable subzero overclocking   
    I am pretty sure adding salt would make it instantly conductive, and I assume, may be wrong, but isn't antifreeze also conductive..? 
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    Tsuki got a reaction from ItsMeRachata in TF2 VAC ban wave   
    the idea is that doing it in waves, makes it more difficult for the bot/hack creators to identify what it was that triggered the flag, thus "theoretically" making it harder for them to stay under the radar next time.
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    Tsuki got a reaction from Letgomyleghoe in Was it a ufo?   
    if it was flying, and you dont know what it is, then yes. by definition, it is an Unidentified Flying Object.
    until somebody tells you what it was, it is a UFO
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    Tsuki got a reaction from mr moose in shivering a lot suddenly   
    sounds like you should call 0118-999-881-999-119-7253 immediately 
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    Tsuki got a reaction from seee the state im in nooow in Ceramic coating on laptop mousepads   
    there is no reason to use this product on a touch/trackpad or laptop screen of any kind.
     
    its designed to be used as a hydrophobic, scratch resistant layer for cars so you dont fuck up the clear coat when some asshole rubs against it in the parking lot, it also makes it easier to clean and wash. while it has some potential for phones, because those are more likely to get scratched being in your pocket, or setting down on various surfaces, for basically anything else, it would serve no purpose.
     
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    Tsuki got a reaction from Eschew in Things You've Gained from Gaming   
    videogames (runescape mostly when i was younger) taught me how to type. and other various tidbits of random knowledge that i'll never need to know.
    in science class, the teacher asked us how glass is made. from my vast runescape experience, i was able to give a fairly accurate outline of the actual process.  
    gaming has also been good for team building and being more social in general.
     
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    Tsuki got a reaction from Engineer.AI in Hulu on Roku not working   
    change the dns on your roku or router to 8.8.8.8 or 1.1.1.1 and see if your still having issues
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    Tsuki got a reaction from TheDailyProcrastinator in Hulu on Roku not working   
    log into your roku account online, and remove hulu and make sure it gets deleted off your roku.  then add it back and set it up again.
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    Tsuki reacted to kirashi in What do you drive?   
    Yas, for the longest time I wanted a Mini Cooper, but couldn't justify the cost and smaller size for my needs. It would have been a city slicker / fun to drive vehicle more than an actually useful vehicle, but then again, they do make the S Clubman (for a whole lot more money) so maybe that's what I'd look into if ever considering one again. Either way, really nice ride you have there.
     
    There are a couple of people at my work who drive a black and a blue Ford Focus RS, and damn rights they look sporty, go fast for their class of vehicle, and yet still maintain daily driver status. On top of that, there's a reason these vehicles make it into some car video games - you can tune them out the wazoo if your heart desires.
     
    Oof, that's not very nice at all, but if you enjoy making enemies in life I suppose it's fine to call people dumbasses, unintelligent, and stereotypical names, in addition to attempting to steer others the same direction. To be clear, everyone is indeed entitled to their own opinion, so feel free to continue expressing it. Just remember that how you portray that opinion will either earn or lose you respect. Cheers!
     
    Ah yes, tis a shame that only certain countries receive the fancy, better-manufactured models sometimes.  I remember wanting a Ford Ranger so bad when MCM was flown out to New Zealand to test drive & review one. They took it on a multitude of backroads to test its' offroad capabilities, and even drove it straight up a river because reasons. Ford did bring the Ranger back to Canada in 2019, but it's not the same as the Mazda-Ford collaboration BT-50 model sold in the Europe, Latin America, and Asia Pacific regions.
     
     
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    Tsuki reacted to Eschew in Get a good Insta PFP   
    ...I feel attacked right now. ?
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    Tsuki got a reaction from minibois in Is a chair mat worth it?   
    depends on the type of carpet.  thicker carpet i would say absolutely get a floor mat if you ever want to use the wheels on your chair
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    Tsuki reacted to eLucid in What is Linus's Steam?   
    Don't be a creep.
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    Tsuki got a reaction from Letgomyleghoe in Largest Pet Peeve?   
    when people ask what my pet peeves are.
     
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    Tsuki got a reaction from TrainFan2020 in Largest Pet Peeve?   
    when people ask what my pet peeves are.
     
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    Tsuki got a reaction from FakeCIA in Largest Pet Peeve?   
    when people ask what my pet peeves are.
     
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    Tsuki got a reaction from Sphincter in Largest Pet Peeve?   
    when people ask what my pet peeves are.
     
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    Tsuki reacted to minibois in How did Wendel from level1techs get known as the go-to guy for server stuff?   
    Wendell - before Level1Tech - was a co-host on a YouTube channel called TekSyndicate. 
    Without going into all the details, Wendel and co-host Logan split due to a whole lot of stuff (if I remember correctly including a different sort of direction).
     
    Of course I don't know what went on, on the inside.. But Wendel actually got the YouTube channel (and forum I think?)
    That is why if you go to the Level1Tech YouTube channel and click the 'videos' link, you actually get brought to this URL:

     
    So a lot of Wendel's history on YouTube he has gotten through this YouTube channel. So if you want to see his YouTube history, you actually don't go through the Level1 channel, but rather through this one:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/razethew0rld/videos?view=0&sort=da&flow=grid
    (I think.. If I remember that correctly).
     
    TekSyndicate focused a lot on the same sort of stuff others tech YouTubers focused on in 2010-2014. Reviews of everything computers.
    But they also did Linux stuff. Their community was very knowledgable about this stuff too. But even back then, Logan and Wendell had a similar dynamic as Linus and Anthony have now.
    Linus/Logan did the brunt of the presentation, but when you needed all the factual info: you went to Anthony/Wendell.
     
    Anyways, having said that - so kind of create some more YouTube validity for Wendell - he isn't a solely YouTube guy.
    During the TekSyndicate days, Wendell had a traditional job as well. He is (was?) a consultant. 
    From what I can find, Wendell has always been kind of secretive on what his job is (well now it probably is YouTube, but I mean back in the day), so it's hard to say for sure what is was..
     
    To wrap it up. He was/is a consultant, knows a lot of stuff, seems eager to learn, to re-iterate; he knows a lot, he has been in the tech community for a LONG time and he just overall seems like a nice guy.
    I think that is why he is the go-to guy for so many tech YouTubers.
     
    P.S. shoutout to the times when Wendell was the guy behind the monitors  

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