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About Jtalk4456

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  • Location
    North Carolina
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  • Interests
    IT, Music, Design, Anime, Home Construction, DIY, Writing
  • Biography
    I was born years ago on a brisk fall morning in a small town. The leaves were dancing in the air and I was busy making stuff up for a social media bio that few will read and fewer will care about.
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  • CPU
    4th generation i5
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Unknown model
  • RAM
    12 GB
  • GPU
    RX 460
  • Case
    Unknown Full ATX Case
  • Storage
    240 SSD + 1 TB HDD
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  • Display(s)
    Samsung TV 43"
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  • Keyboard
    Some wierd offbrand I found on amazon that is ultra gamery with the RGB
  • Mouse
    Came with the wierd keyboard, not sure of model number
  • Sound
    tv sound for now, saving up for real speakers
  • Operating System
    win 10

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  1. I didn't even consider the business repair aspect. Yeah that has the potential to make a gigantic difference! Neither is HP making a prebuilt pc. Patents are nice, but brand name can easily make up the difference. Framework has a nice unique name that they can use with their philosophy to really make a lot of buzz. Their brand catches on as the first truly modular laptop. HP will just be copying the leader.
  2. The environmental claims are far from a joke. yes having small replaceable parts has more complexity and more material, but that's a small percentage of added material. What matters is when something dies, the consumer doesn't have to waste all the other material. They can waste a tiny little port instead of the whole screen, motherboard, casing and everything else. This is about the larger picture when it comes to e-waste. Also while there are more points of failure, there's less single points of failure. That's an important distinction. If the usb port on a laptop dies, I might have to repla
  3. my question with all this is still the timing. The tech in question has been there for a while so why are they just now putting out a warning about this?
  4. Where does this fit in since there's topping inside and on top of the starch?
  5. Special Announcement! There will be no Bing News this week. The editorial team, along with the creative team, anchors, media specialists, pr team, and the CEO are currently suffering from a rare brain condition known as Mors virtutisis. There is a treatment, an extremely expensive drug called Apathesium Lazium, and it will take a week for the treatment to return and the staff to return to normal. I understand the withdrawal might be severe, but for your own health, please refrain from breaking down the door to find the staff and force a return to stories. Thank you for your understanding and have a wonderful day!

    1. ARikozuM


      34 minutes ago, Jtalk4456 said:

       There is a treatment, an extremely expensive drug called Apathesium Lazium, and it will take a week for the treatment to return and the staff to return to normal. I understand the withdrawal might be severe, but for your own health, 

      Wait... am I having the withdrawal or is the team having a withdrawal? 

    2. Jtalk4456


      2 hours ago, ARikozuM said:

      Wait... am I having the withdrawal or is the team having a withdrawal? 


  6. yeah i figure it's got a gyroscope and should be able to tell pretty easy and shut itself down
  7. Summary "Motorcycle vibrations can degrade iPhone camera performance, Apple says" My Thoughts I'm surprised they are built where they can have broken cameras from being on a motorcycle, but also, who is mounting their phone on the handlebars?? I don't ride motorcycles, so I may not get it, but it seems that's would not be a good place to put a phone while riding. To me this is the same as holding a phone while holding the car steering wheel. Apple's technical explanation: Also why are we just now finding about this? This seem to me
  8. Last Bing report of the week and we've got some fun ones today!


    1. https://abcnews.go.com/Health/milwaukee-public-schools-offers-100-students-vaccinated/story?id=79938173

    TLDR: Milwaukee schools use cold hard cash to incentivize eligible students to get vaccinated.

    Me: *walks into Milwaukee School


    How do you do, fellow kids' has become the 'how do you do, fellow kids' of  memes - The Verge


     2. https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/bergen/hackensack/2021/09/09/hackensack-nj-custodian-protects-school-hurricane-ida/5777224001/

    TLDR: This man deserves a raise!



    After seeing the destruction caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida across the region last Wednesday, Hackensack Middle School Principal Anibal Galiana was worried. He wasn't sure what state he would find his school in the next morning. 

    He called his head custodian, Peter Hemans, early Thursday morning, letting Hemans know that he was going to try to head over to the building to assess the damage.

    Little did Galiana know that Hemans had the situation entirely under control: He had stayed the entire night, protecting the school from the onslaught of floodwaters.

    "I told him that I'm not sure if I could get there since all the streets were closed, but I'd like to check on the building," said Galiana. "He said 'Dr. Galiana, I'm still here; I never left.' I said 'What?!'"




    The entire night, Hemans skipped sleep to check the pump every half hour to make sure it was still working and that the water was still being pumped out of the building. The pump ran nonstop throughout the night. If it had failed at any point, water would have quickly made its way inside, with ruinous results.

    Hemans finally arrived back at his home around 2:30 p.m. Thursday for some well-deserved rest.

    "I like to make sure that my job is done," Hemans said. "I took it upon myself to get it done. I didn’t even call my boss … because he would have told me to go home, but he doesn’t know the damage that would have occurred there that night."


    He probably saved tens of thousands or more in potential damages. I really hope he gets a nice raise or bonus or something!

    3. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/land-mines-found-on-florida-beach-air-force-bomb-squad-responds/ar-AAOjvj3?ocid=uxbndlbing
    TLDR: someone found land mines in the sand on a Florida beach
    I think beaches were unsafe enough because of the pandemic, I don't think we needed landmines too...


    4. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/10/us/politics/california-stealthing-law-condoms.html
    TLDR: This wasn't already a thing????


    The bill, which the Legislature approved unanimously and which awaits the governor’s signature, would make it a civil offense to remove a condom during intercourse without a partner’s consent.

    I guess though it's one of those weird things where someone just hasn't thought to put in on paper yet, but seriously if you do this, you deserve NO RESPECT EVER AGAIN. This is scummy!

  9. think of it like a real trash can. You spend all week throwing stuff in there but it's not really gone, just sitting in the can. Until you take it to the curb and clean out the recycle bin on the desktop. Even then you can technically recover it, same way you can technically go to the dump and the items are still there somewhere, you just have to find em
  10. Summary Leave your shoes and politics on the mat in front before you come in please. So TLDR is that Texas made a law that puts any social media company over 50 million users in trouble if they ban someone from their platform because of their political views. I'll do my best to make this neutral in the quotes Quotes Right of the bat, ignoring the legal challenges here, they're gonna end up with this getting challenged and have a hard time proving the reasons for bans to be of a discriminatory nature. Furthermore this is 100% a first amendment violation where the g
  11. We interrupt this program to bring you...Courage the Cowardly Dog Show, starring Courage, the Cowardly Dog! Abandoned as a pup, he was found by Muriel, who lives in the middle of nowhere with her husband, Eustace Bagge!





    *tiptoes away hoping no one notices the lack of Bing Report today while I rest mentally

  12. Except for Le Bleu, they're pretty good XD. Nestle bottled water tastes like crap though, it can go
  13. 45 min interstate car ride to work, don't think the bike is gonna work lol. But yeah we're working on improving those 4. For my health too, diabetes is a butt. Neither of us are great with socialization and the anxiety/ptsd certainly doesn't make it easier for her, but we're doing what we can. I'm trying to ask the counselor right now about some different ways for me to communicate better to her with certain topics that cause stress as needed. IDK whether to just pat on the back and say I understand, or rip on the person causing the stress or somewhere in between. Hopefully they can give me so
  14. Time for a good old thursday Bing Report!


    1. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/florida-man-fills-pothole-with-banana-tree-instead-of-cement-to-protest-poor-road-condition/ar-AAOaACR?ocid=uxbndlbing

    TLDR: Man protests potholes by making potholes worse.

    Of course this is a Florida man story. So to protest the city not fixing potholes, he planted banana trees in the potholes. Now if those take root, there will of course be further damage to the road and I imagine the court could put him up for destruction of property maybe, IDK. 

    But wait!


    Raymond said that since the roadway is located on a private street, business owners are responsible for its maintenance, rather than the county. And since the pothole was deep enough to fit the tree, Raymond told the news outlet that it seemed like the perfect statement.

    So it's literally his and others responsibility to fill it anyways, so who is he protesting to? himself??


    2. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/suez-canal-briefly-blocked-by-cargo-ship-less-than-6-months-after-ever-given-also-stranded/ar-AAOgSGC?ocid=uxbndlbing
    TLDR: Stepbrother, I got my ship stuck in the canal again! Help me!
    OK no, we had enough memes the first time the suez got blocked, now another ship is blocked? Come on guys, either don't get stuck or find a different pathway!


    3. https://www.sciencealert.com/a-new-species-of-shark-toothed-dinosaur-found-in-uzbekistan-and-it-s-huge

    TLDR: New dino discovered. 

    It was 5 TIMES BIGGER THAN THE TREX!! yikes. don't wanna meet that in a dark alley. or on an island amusement park resulting from genetic research


    4. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/polar-bears-inbreed-climate-change-arctic-ice-study/
    TLDR: No! I already had to make a stepbrother joke with boats! I will not be reduced to incest jokes about the coca cola bears!! I REFUSE!