Milk drunk ~ past the Milk DWI limit While in high school, I asked a black student there why he couldn’t drink milk and he called me racist. I just knew I could drink milk and everybody else I thought I knew could. That’s the 40% left. The reasons why Africa has stunted growth in brain development and in height; whereby, they cannot catch up. It’s not normal. Somewhat less than 40% of people in the world retain the ability to digest lactose after childhood. The numbers are often given as close to 0% of Native Americans, 5% of Asians, 25% of African and Caribbean peoples, 50% of Mediterranean peoples and 90% of northern Europeans. Sweden has one of the world’s highest percentages of lactase tolerant people.
Bought some google glass today. It cost me over $1000 dollars. Google Glass comes with Android 4.4.2.
|ntroductory price||Explorer version: $1,500 USD
Consumer edition: “close to the average smartphone”
|Operating system||Android (4.4.2)|
|Power||Lithium Polymer battery (2.1 Wh)|
|CPU||OMAP 4430 SoC, dual-core|
|Memory||1GB RAM (682MB available to developers)|
|Storage||16 GB Flash total (12 GB of usable memory)|
|Display||Prism projector, 640×360 pixels (equivalent of a 25 in/64 cm screen from 8 ft/2.4 m away)|
|Sound||Bone conduction transducer|
|Input||Voice command through microphone, accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, ambient light sensor, proximity sensor|
|Controller input||Touchpad, MyGlass phone app|
|Camera||Photos – 5 MP, videos – 720p|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, micro USB|
|Any Bluetooth-capable phone; MyGlass companion app requires Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher or any iOS 7.0 or higher |
Barnes and Noble says that American companies bringing anime to Region 1 are imports and charge 300% over the online price for Sailor Moon. Barnes and Noble is unbelievably retarded. I’ll get a pre-paid credit card and do it myself and save 300%. The overhead for paper books is 50% added cost and there is a shit load of paper farms in this country. I used to watch this between the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Now Sailor Moon is more popular then Dragon Ball Z for some stupid reason. Read University students watch it.
I bought this for $50, The bootleg version is worth the fake regret it later discussions online. DVD with 2 MBit video have functioned for over a decade. Good thing I already have all the Sailor Moons except for Sailor Moon Crystal 2014 series.
These farmers don’t even use recent tractors in tractor pulls, they use tractors from the 1950s through 1970 especially for tractor pulls around here. (I was going to call them rednecks, but they don’t have Confederate flags LOL :-p) Farm tractors cost 90,000 to $140,000 the most outdated get to be in the tractor pull. Otherwise, recent John Deere 7410 tractors from the 1990s in the corn fields. These recent John Deere and New Holland last 20 years minimum. Maybe all the millionaires own the John Deere 9RT tractors so the tractor fanbase died off. My tractor pull videos weren’t popular, only 40 views on the mediocre talent around here. There isn’t anything that screams watch me at County fairs in this county.
Nobody wants to add a John Deere tractor on Pinterest I mean.
The remaining fanbase is all about speculation of (old school) mid-20th century technology.
4500 nono turbo
5500 non turbo
5700 stock truck
7000 non turbo
6200 stock truck
9500 non turbo
8000 Stock diesel truck
10,500 non turbo (super trophy class)
12,500 trubo (Super trophy Class)
5700 light hot farm
5200 econo mod
6200 limited light super stock
6200 improved stock truck
6000 light mods
5500 econo mod
6200 light hot farm
6200 light mod
6500 light super stock
6500 light open (Glenwood City only)
6200 Street Mod Truck
6500 limited mod
6200 pro stock truck
7500 open mod
7500 light open (Glenwood Only)
8000 open diesel trucks
9500 limited pro stock
10,500 pro farm
9300 super farm
11,000 improved stock
10,000 pro stock
11,000 pro farm
11,500 improved stock
Most advanced tractor in the county right now ^
Are you guys revolutionaries? Reply · 2 View all 5 replies Keri Rautenkranz 1 month ago Hi Dmitri. Breaking relations with the the Democratic party at this point would severely limit our ability to promote Socialism. As Lenin pointed out, by refusing to work within even the most reactionary parliaments, governments, unions or other organizations, we would be dooming ourselves to failure. As it stands, in this most reactionary country, the Democrats completely deny any association with us, which would be political suicide for them. Nevertheless, we pursue our goals, often through them. Reply · Keri Rautenkranz 1 month ago +Dimitri Petrenko The last time I heard, we had bottomed out at around 3,000 members. That was a while ago, and we have been in a growth phase for some time now, so it’s higher, though I don’t know how much. Our responsibility, as well as our intent is to help shape the coming necessary revolutionary changes. Many new and newer comrades, including myself, are studying a great deal. Fortunately, we have much of our national library intact and we run classes and study groups frequently. From the way we got along at our convention, I feel that we are on the right track and should accomplish much.
Mining bitcoins – a process that helps manage bitcoin transactions as
well as create new “wealth” – is the new Beanie Babies. Luckily for us,
however, bitcoins seem to be going up in value and should maintain
their value over time, unlike your mint condition Tiny the stuffed
But how do you get bitcoins? You can begin by buying them outright,
but the market is currently wild. At $188 per coin, the direction of the
bitcoin is anyone’s guess right now and, unlike equities, these things
don’t split. In short, you should probably mine. But what is bitcoin
Think of it as work done by groups of people to find large prime numbers or trying keys to decrypt a file. You can read a lot more about it here
but just understand that for every block mined you get 25 coins or, at
current rates, $4,722.25. Currently a single bitcoin is valued at $188,
an alarming result that is probably caused by money movements related to
Cyprus and a general bubble-like excitement over the platform in
general. In fact, many wager that the DDOS attacks on many
bitcoin-related services are direct action by hackers to inject
instability in order to reduce the price.
As it stands, mining solo is very nearly deprecated. The process of
finding blocks is now so popular and the difficulty of finding a block
so high that it could take over three years to generate any coins. While
you could simply set a machine aside and have it run the algorithms
endlessly, the energy cost and equipment deprecation will eventually
cost more than the actual bitcoins are worth.
Pooled mining, however, is far more lucrative. Using a service like
“Slush’s pool” (more on that later) you can split the work among a
ground of people. Using this equation:
While this is simplified, it is basically how the system works. You
work for shares in a block and when complete you get a percentage of the
block based on the number of workers alongside you, less fees. Using
this method, I have been able to raise about $1.50 over the weekend by
running a dormant PC. The astute among you will note that I probably
used twice that amount of electricity.
Being a neophile, I’m surprised it took me so long to start mining. My buddy Tom explained how to set up a pooled mining account so I thought it would be interesting to share the instructions.
1. Get a wallet. You can either store your wallet locally or store it online. Coinbase.com
is an online wallet that is surprisingly simple to set up. Wallets
require you to use or download a fairly large blockchain file – about
6GB – so downloading and updating a local wallet may be a non-starter.
Like all wealth storage mediums, keeping your bitcoins “local” is
probably a better idea than trusting a web service, but that’s a matter
of private preference. There is no preferred wallet type and there are
obvious trade-offs to both. Privacy advocates would probably say a local
wallet is best.
You can download a local wallet here but make sure you keep a copy of your data backed up.
Once you’ve created a wallet, you get an address like this:
1BEkUGADFbrEShQb9Xr4pKPtM8jAyiNQsJ. This, without the period, is a
direct way to send bitcoins to your wallet. Make a note of your address.
In Coinbase, the wallet address found under linked accounts.
2. Join a pool. To mine in a pool you have to work with a group of other miners on available blocks. The most popular is Slush’s Pool found here. You can also try guilds like BTC Guild
as well as a number of other options. Each of the pools is
characterized mostly by the fees they charge per block – 2% for Slush’s
pool, for example – and the number of users. Pools with fewer users
could also have a slower discovery time but pools with many users
usually result in smaller payments.
How can you be sure the pool owner doesn’t steal all your bitcoins? You can’t. However, as one pool owner, Slush, notes:
For simplicity’s sake, I’m using Slush’s Pool and have created three
workers. First, create a pool login. Then add workers. The workers are
sub-accounts with their own passwords and are usually identified by
[yourlogin].[workername]. I have three workers running, currently – one
on my iMac and two on my old PC.
You must create workers to mine. The instructions are very
straightforward for most services so don’t become overwhelmed. Like any
online club, you can dig deeply into the subculture surround bitcoin as
you gain experience. I like to think of it as a financial MMORPG.
Also be sure to enter your wallet address into the pool information. This will ensure you get your bitcoins.
3. Get a miner. There are a number of mining options
for multiple platforms although OSX users may find themselves in a bit
of a pickle. Miners use spare GPU cycles to power the mining operation,
much like services like SETI@Home uses spare cycles for finding
intelligent life. Miners, on the other hand, use these cycles to help
handle peer-to-peer processes associated with bitcoins. Thus by doing
“work” you are maintaining the network as well.
GUIMiner is the
simplest solution for Windows users as it allows you to create miners
using almost all standard graphics cards. You can download it here. 50Miner is also a popular solution. Both require you to enter your worker info and pool and they’ll start mining.
OS X users can use DiabloMiner,
a two-year old command-line program that will mine using OpenCL. Sadly,
it uses deprecated calls to Bitcoin and is quite a bit slower. As a
result, you need to run your own proxy, Stratum,
that allows Diablo to connect with services like Slush’s pool. Both of
these programs usually run without issue on OS X although you may need
to install OpenCL for OSX.
To mine I’ve created a script that I run in Terminal that simply runs
the proxy in the background and then connects Diablo. Note the last two
arguments are necessary for Mountain Lion.
is far easier to run – you simply click an icon and enter some data –
and both have very rudimentary, text-based interfaces. Running Diablo on
my iMac has not had much effect on application performance under OS X
although it does slow down my Windows 8 machine considerably.
4. Keep your mind on your money. Bitcoins are
baffling in that they are wildly simple to use and mine. Speculators,
then, would probably be able to throw hundreds of machines at the
problem and gather bitcoins like raindrops, right? Wrong. As more
bitcoins are found, they become more difficult to find. This profitability calculator
will help you understand what you’re up against but understand that
this isn’t a sure thing. I’ve run my systems for a weekend and seen a
mere $1.50 – enough for a coke – but other users may have improved
hardware and methods to succeed. In short, if it costs more to run your
hardware than you gain in bitcoins, you’re probably doing something
Good luck in your journey and enjoy your first foray into this wild and wooly world.