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About Jtalk4456

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  • Birthday Aug 07, 1990

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    North Carolina
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    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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    4th generation i5
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    ASUS Unknown model
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    12 GB
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    RX 460
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    Unknown Full ATX Case
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    240 SSD + 1 TB HDD
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    Samsung TV 43"
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    Some wierd offbrand I found on amazon that is ultra gamery with the RGB
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    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. 1. First off, lettuce actually does have nutrients. So yeah I consider lettuce nutritionally and ecologically superior than a steak. It provides nutrients and isn't overly dense in calories. Second off, lets not pretend that lettuce is the only salad material and salad is the only type of veggie. Spinach is far superior to lettuce and there are lots of other examples of better veggies than iceberg lettuce. 2. If you define it as the most purple one, neither lettuce nor steak wins, but why would you define it by that? The "Yawn:" makes me think you consider the destruction
  2. Bing Report Wednesday Edition!


    1. https://www.nbcnewyork.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/nicole-richies-hair-accidentally-catches-fire-blows-out-40th-birthday-candles/3285366/
    TLDR: "Well... so far 40 is [fire emoji]."



    Nicole Richie's 40th birthday just went up in smoke.

    On Tuesday, the TV personality and House of Harlow designer shared footage from the alarming moment her hair caught on fire as she blew out her birthday candles. In the Instagram video, Richie's loved ones cheered as she leaned over her cake to make a wish and extinguish the flames. Suddenly, fire from the candles engulfed the ends of her curls and the birthday girl (understandably) screamed in terror. A friend is then seen reaching over to put out the fire with her hand.



    Kudos on her good attitude


    2. https://gizmodo.com/summer-wildfires-emitted-more-carbon-dioxide-than-india-1847718710

    TLDR: When climate change causes more climate change...

    Wildfire smoke releasing more greenhouse gas than india... yeah this loop is gonna be an issue


    3. https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/what-roald-dahl-movies-and-tv-shows-does-netflix-plan-to-make/ar-AAOI5YN?ocid=uxbndlbing
    TLDR: Netflix grabbed up Roald Dahl, I have no clue who that is.

    OK so matilda, charlie and the chocolate factory to name a few. Charlie was already ruined, but now i'm very worried for Matilda...

  3. The possibilities of nuclear warfare might disagree with you, but I know what you mean. Earth simply existing isn't a good goal to aim for though, that's bare minimum.
  4. 1. You say below that nutrition is more than just calories, but in this point you try to argue lettuce as inferior simply due to calories. That would imply that calorie density is the measure you are using for a food group being better. What I'm pointing out is that calorie density should be inversely important. If the goal is reducing obesity, then caloric density has to be a relationship where lower is actually better. Lettuce is better health wise than a steak. Not to say that steak is BAD, but it IS dense, so we have to reduce it to manage our nutrition. Lower Calorie-Dense foods will be s
  5. Should is the keyword. Unfortunately a large portion of the world doesn't care about that SHOULD While worms and bug CAN be found in veggies, that's an unintended thing. People ordering medium steaks, that's on purpose. With moderation and a bit of common sense, there's no reason that any of these food should be a potential issue. Unfortunately, moderation and common sense aren't abundant in society. While it would be nice to just let everything be up to the consumer, the consumer often makes bad choices, so those of use with common sense need to do whatever we can to guide the world towa
  6. Rapid fire Bing News to start the week off.


    1. https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/pope-jokes-that-some-wanted-him-dead-were-planning-conclave-2021-09-21/

    TLDR: Cue Pope rap album dissing the haters!



    Pope Francis has joked that some people in the Church hoped he would not survive his recent colon operation, and denounced vociferous conservative critics for doing "the work of the devil" by undermining the Roman Catholic Church.

    Asked about his health by one of the Jesuits, Francis was quoted as replying: "Still alive. Although some people wanted me dead."



    2. https://www.al.com/news/2021/09/space-force-unveils-futuristic-uniforms.html

    TLDR: Everyone else is blind?

    I'm more than happy to criticize the whole space force thing since it already existed and this was a silly bravado move that made no sense, but politics aside, why are we comparing their outfits to Star Trek? Am I missing something or is there literally no resemblance...??

    3. https://www.voanews.com/a/mcdonald-s-to-phase-out-plastic-toys-from-happy-meals-/6240287.html
    TLDR: All the parents in the world began to clap at once



    Fast-food giant McDonald's said Tuesday it would phase out plastic toys from its signature Happy Meals by 2025.

    "Starting now, and phased in across the globe by the end of 2025, our ambition is that every toy sold in a Happy Meal will be sustainable, made from more renewable, recycled, or certified materials like bio-based and plant-derived materials and certified fiber," the company said in a statement.


    A small step, but a welcome one for sure!

  7. It's not as simple as can they make milk, it's about consistency and being able to drop everything you're doing on a dime. And there's nothing lesser or wrong with formula.
  8. 1. Exactly the point, by nature of not being able to overeat lettuce, it is already winning over meat. 2. Either you're saying plants aren't more nutritious and not providing reasoning, or you're conflating high calorie density with nutrition. Either way science disagrees with you. Plants factually have tons of nutrients that are great for your body and getting those nutrients doesn't take making yourself obese in the process. Meat has some nutrients, but it's nowhere near what veggies have to offer. 3. I can agree with you here, people need to be eased into what has to be our futur
  9. 1. I'm not sure I'm getting you here. Are you saying that the effects of greenhouse gases on the climate is only a theory? That's simply not true if that's what you are insinuating. There's piles and piles and piles of research into this and has been for decades. Some in politics may be trying to turn it political, but Climate change and greenhouse gases are not political, they're just science. Not opinion, no matter how many people seem to pretend it is. Also whether you trust established science or not, it's still pollution, and less of it is still better, regardless of effects on the climat
  10. will vive tracking pucks work with the rift though?
  11. Healthy, sure, but environmentally sound, nope. It's a serious problem from carbon footprint to food waste to animal cruelty. Wouldn't be an issue if there weren't so darn many of us, but yeah. It's definitely not a trend, it's a necessary measure to save the planet. Having said that, there's a lot of Lab grown meat options coming up that might take over current meat production for the most part and escape nearly all the drawbacks of standard meat production. I can get behind your love of meat, I love it too, but I simply can't understand the vehemence you and many others seem to have towar
  12. So I'm looking to make my own vr slidemill/treadmill. I have woodworking experience and can do that with ease. But I don't seem to be able to find any feet trackers that aren't designed for the vive. I need trackers that I can use with the rift
  13. 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.