The charger for my old laptop broke and I've lost all of my crap, please help by donating infographics to help those not so fortunate.
I've collected a couple since then and will share what I find at least somewhat useful but not all of it will be /k/ related.
That's all I have anymore. As you may realise, I'm fucking desperate.
DON'T DO AQUAPONICS
police sit outside of places that sell aquaponics equipment and take down license plate numbers, then root around in your trash looking for an excuse to do a no knock warrant and shoot your dog and zip tie you and the kids.
>mfw living in state where it's perfectly legal for anyone over age 21 to grow their own weed.
No one has anything to contribute?
Is there any way I can uncorrupt files so I can post them here? I can't post about half my collection, including everything from Johnny Labs'.
Cascadia bro then. Good to see around here
I'm on mobile by the way
Then take the fucking bus and a backpack.
Have you never met a dealer for weed in the old world? There was actually a network of growers and shit before 2010. Shocking, right?
No knock my ass. Cops dgaf about shit like that unless you live in Sisterfuckington TN or KY.
Relax, anon. It's plants. That's not even a big enough setup for a felony.
Bad representation. Pitch your body into the kick more, don't do this flapping fairy faggot shit that the liberal civvie fuckballs on Art of manliness drew.
WALK into the door. Stomp through the lock, not into the door. Like you are going to go right through the door and step on the floor behind it.
>7 years air national guard fire protection
Me again >>28920913
I just remembered something I've been dying to mention somewhere, but it never comes up.
I live in Salem Oregon, about an hour south of Portland. I watch all the state surplus auction sites for good deals on computer shit I can flip. The Portland Police Bureau Property Evidence Division sells a lot of unclaimed evidence they're no longer required to keep. Ever since weed became legal here, you will sometimes see them trying to dump HUGE lots of grow gear.
In Oregon, the police will literally sell you gear to grow weed on the cheap.
Chloroform is an excellent solvent, but it's a clear liquid at room temperature. With ice you should not be getting frozen chloroform.
Those powders would likely be salts produced as byproducts.
Ladies, ladies. Calm down. Look, who give a fuck if a picture is pixelated. Shit happens. Now, I made this thread for educational purposes so, please, comment on the information of the content, not the quality. If you can't read something just ignore it and move on.
As I understand it, you can, but...
It's way overkill for basically anything else you're going to be growing in your house. Most people aren't going to notice the difference between tomatoes grown normally and tomatoes grown for absolute maximum quality. Also, it's not going to be a big deal if your crop yields 8 pounds of tomatoes instead of 10 pounds.
For weed, the differences are a way bigger deal.
They know who buys $5000 worth of indoor growing gear for $500.
Well, if you're out on a trip and need to cook something, this seems to be the most effective way. Not only is it a relatively easy set-up but it also allows for a solid surface to cook on. Solid, until it all burns away which at that point it'd become unstable. Really, the point is, it starts a good fire, stays alight for a decent time and it looks pretty cool.
Your thread sucks because nobody can see your shitty images, so there is no "information" in the content because the quality of the content sucks too bad.
PS the fact that you won't fix your own charger before attempting to buy a new one proves that you don't even understand these basic bitch "infographics" anyway. You're useless.
>when you go camping bring your chainsaw so you can chop down a 18 inch diameter tree so you have a neat-o natural stove!
No, that's retarded. The idea steals from something that's been done for hundreds of thousands of years, as long as man has made fire. Pic is fucking related.
It's just easier to use a tried and true method rather than humping a 9-15lb chainsaw around, plus the bar oil plus the fuel.
Okay, my friend. First off. The fact that I can't be arsed to get a new charger for a severely outdated laptop gives no indication of my understanding of infographics, I honestly don't see how you could make that correlation.
Second, the infographics don't have to be followed to the letter. No, you won't be bringing a chainsaw with you when you go camping, so use your damn brain and think of another way to chop wood, like, A HATCHET or axe.
Not to mention the fact that you are providing no information whatsoever to this thread as you have only provided a picture of some sticks in a nice little arrangement, there's no explanation.
P.S. Those IED ones weren't mine, so get your shit together you damn oxygen thief.
Nobody lives to tell if it doesn't work
>Okay, my friend. First off. The fact that I can't be arsed to get a new charger for a severely outdated laptop gives no indication of my understanding of infographics, I honestly don't see how you could make that correlation.
It isn't about "infographics." It's about repairing your electric devices yourself, if you don't have the knowledge or means to do that then nothing featured here is within your capabilities. If you're THAT FUCKING LAZY that you can't be "arsed" to do something so monumentally simple then mixing up chemicals is not for you, sonny boy.
"Oh, I was too lazy to get PPE and wear it so I inhaled a fuckton of nitric acid fumes and now I need to cart around an oxygen tank to breathe."
>Second, the infographics don't have to be followed to the letter.
Obviously not, but,
>No, you won't be bringing a chainsaw with you when you go camping, so use your damn brain and think of another way to chop wood, like, A HATCHET or axe.
Oh, so instead of doing the method prescribed in your grainy images we're supposed to use our heads and actually use a completely different and more sensible method instead? Got it. That was my whole point, you could have just said "yeah you're right."
>Not to mention the fact that you are providing no information whatsoever to this thread as you have only provided a picture of some sticks in a nice little arrangement, there's no explanation.
It's fucking self-explanatory. Take kindling. Make box. Put fire in box. If you're camping and you don't know how to do this then you've never been camping, you've been to a neat, faggoty little campground that's provided convenient facilities for you.
>P.S. Those IED ones weren't mine, so get your shit together you damn oxygen thief.
I really couldn't give a fuck, they're still shitty, grainy jpg images that don't actually provide ~information~ at all since you can't read them. Anything serious is going to be in epub or pdf format anyway, not a shitty jpeg.
The reason that that one takes 18V to work is because he stuffed a wad of steel wool between those wires. Take a single strand, the goal is to have a high resistance on one, not a low resistance on 20.
I'll be honest, I quite like you actually. Providing some kind of an argument even though it's somewhat pointless.It's not about laziness, it's that I don't care for that dinosaur technology and would rather just start again. The PPE example, although likely of someone who is stupid, was poor as, yes, I can be considered "lazy" in some respects, I'm not an idiot.
Maybe some of the things you said were right, and I'll give you that. But, you have to remember some that your word isn't law. You can also be wrong, what you think or say may also not be completely sound or logical. The example of the fire, changing from a chainsaw to a hatchet, that isn't so much of a difference, two tools designed to do most of the same jobs anyway. Your example of the tinderbox, I know what it's about, but some city-dweller who's never been to the true outdoors wouldn't even know what to do with a fire striker wouldn't know what a tinderbox, let alone tinder, is. I agree with what you're saying about the IED guides however. Final thing I say though is that neither of us are making any useful contribution to this thread with arguing, we both make valid points, let's both leave it at that.
While I'm not going to argue the fact that you can do as you did easily. In the case of us at nuggetfest when we did it. It was because we were already chopping up downed trees for firewood and we decided to make up a couple of these. They do work nicely though are a bitch to make if your chain is a little dull from cutting wood all day.