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maurvir wrote: Guy discovers 8-tracks for the first time.

Damn, I feel old now...

Do you watch those "Kids see..." videos where they put a bunch of 10 year olds in front of, say, an IBM PC XT and record the confusion?
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This video is no longer available because the uploader has closed their YouTube account.
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Does it get any better than Eleanor Powell and Buddy Rich?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBflKvu7ZdM
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I put my huge ankle socks on along with my lycra shorts and fishnet tank to work out to this song.
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Doenitz in for a bit of a let down.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHnyQXyuTGY
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crazy internet stuff

https://youtu.be/D7unXrUIaUI
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Not even duct tape will fix stupid, but it can muffle the sound.
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Watch the first 45 seconds of this. It is remarkable.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ako96rxKFp0
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Pariah wrote: Watch the first 45 seconds of this. It is remarkable.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ako96rxKFp0


:squint:

In what planet pressure washers use "carbon monoxide gas"? wtf?

It's really just a water pump powered by an electric motor.
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ukimalefu wrote:
Pariah wrote: Watch the first 45 seconds of this. It is remarkable.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ako96rxKFp0


:squint:

In what planet pressure washers use "carbon monoxide gas"? wtf?

It's really just a water pump powered by an electric motor.


Some of them use a gasoline motor.
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arkayn wrote:
ukimalefu wrote:
Pariah wrote: Watch the first 45 seconds of this. It is remarkable.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ako96rxKFp0


:squint:

In what planet pressure washers use "carbon monoxide gas"? wtf?

It's really just a water pump powered by an electric motor.


Some of them use a gasoline motor.

Consumer grade pressure washers rated above a certain PSI almost all use a gasoline motor. I assume industrial grade ones do too, but I don't know for a fact.
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Pariah wrote: Watch the first 45 seconds of this. It is remarkable.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ako96rxKFp0

A brief scan of commercially available gas-powered pressure washers ONLY describes them having pumps, so apparently they only create their pressure by pressurizing air.

NONE of the ones I scanned come with ANY warnings about carbon monoxide or limiting use to outdoors only. Maybe that is a well-known "thing" within the industry.

NONE had any description on where the carbon monoxide cartridges are installed nor how often they are replaced.

Maybe this guy came across a warning about running a gasoline-fueled pump in enclosed areas which could have problems with carbon monoxide just like running a car inside a closed garage, but badly misinterpreted how the carbon monoxide was "used"?

I watched more of that video. Largely meaningless advice like recommending not to "kiss" your dogs but focusing on their noses (there was a 9 Chickweed Lane comic where the dog and the cat were "conversing" between themselves where one comments to the other after a frame showing them licking their owners: "Nice of them to be our palate cleansers"), and warning of snow shoveling as "an activity to STOP doing" because there are a lot of people who have died of heart attacks while doing this (which simply ignores that this is true for a lot of strenuous activities in combination with out-of-shape people).

I stopped the video after that.
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I used to let my dog lick my face, but I kept my mouth closed and I washed right after.

You'll be fine as long as you don't french kiss your dog. Only stick your tongue into other adult consenting humans. And ice cream.
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Rebuilding a pachinko machine.

The link will go directly to the demo for the owner, so restart it to watch the full rebuild.
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"Electromagnetic Levitation Quadcopter".

Dmonstration by a hyperloop developer.
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DEyncourt wrote:
Pariah wrote: Watch the first 45 seconds of this. It is remarkable.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ako96rxKFp0

A brief scan of commercially available gas-powered pressure washers ONLY describes them having pumps, so apparently they only create their pressure by pressurizing air.

NONE of the ones I scanned come with ANY warnings about carbon monoxide or limiting use to outdoors only. Maybe that is a well-known "thing" within the industry.

NONE had any description on where the carbon monoxide cartridges are installed nor how often they are replaced.

Maybe this guy came across a warning about running a gasoline-fueled pump in enclosed areas which could have problems with carbon monoxide just like running a car inside a closed garage, but badly misinterpreted how the carbon monoxide was "used"?
[snip]

D'oh! OR--this occured to me while dropping off to sleep last night--the guy simply mistook "gas-powered" as meaning that these pressure washers were somehow powered by carbon monoxide cartridges instead of being short for "gasoline-powered". Perhaps there are printed warnings on them about possible carbon monoxide poisoning but only in enclosed area like there might be with ANY gasoline-powered engine.
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Showing that a Lenovo laptop's "subwoofer" grill has nothing behind it.

Yes, it is from a while back (2013) and while there are some people "defending" this with the explanation that it is actually a heat vent but NOT explaining the "SUBWOOFER" embossed on the covering, but c'mon.
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"Rewind".

Telling a short (8:41) tale from the end to beginning.
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The dog in this video looks exactly like my sweet old Penni.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjdII8B3-pg
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For how "meh" most people are about most movies, any general-release film represents a lot of work by a lot of people, and has plenty for each of them to be proud of.
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Somewhere in this string there is that video about the mayhem generated by an overpass that is 11 foot 8 inches tall.

Here is its 10 foot 6 inch "little brother".
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HOLY CRAP

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Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

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...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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