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maurvir posted:
juice posted:
Does the white tag say Members Mark?

I think that’s a Sam’s Club private label.


It is. However, these pizzas are made at the store, not shipped in. Usually by the people working in the deli/cafe.



And they're not as good as Costco's.
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dv posted:
maurvir posted:
juice posted:
Does the white tag say Members Mark?

I think that’s a Sam’s Club private label.


It is. However, these pizzas are made at the store, not shipped in. Usually by the people working in the deli/cafe.



And they're not as good as Costco's.


Nope. Costco's is definitely better.
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Costco needs a thinner crust.
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juice Inadvertently correct
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standing ovation?
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doing that was cool (not my screenshot)
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I don't miss managing extension conflicts.
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juice posted:
I don't miss managing extension conflicts.


there was an app that made that easy... but I can't remember its name
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That’s the one. But I still don’t miss it.
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Still easier than managing services and regediting on Windows.
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Metacell posted:
Still easier than managing services and regediting on Windows.


Yeah... except it's not, because msconfig makes that pretty easy. Also, I've never actually had to do that.
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dv posted:
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Still easier than managing services and regediting on Windows.


Yeah... except it's not, because msconfig makes that pretty easy. Also, I've never actually had to do that.

Because you're one of the segment of users who hasn't been hosed by microsofts updates. Anyway, none of it actually is helping, but they're the only solutions I can find to try on message boards. But it's nice to turn crap like "Tell Microsoft how I use my computer" off.
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i miss computing in those days

then again i miss bbsing
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dv posted:
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Still easier than managing services and regediting on Windows.


Yeah... except it's not, because msconfig makes that pretty easy. Also, I've never actually had to do that.
You're not supposed to use msconfig. Use services.msc instead.
AeroPress released this flyer to explain why the company had changed its coffee maker:

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juice posted:
standing ovation?

Throw down the fat one already.
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no idea what that is
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ukimalefu posted:
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no idea what that is


https://archive.org/stream/MacWorld_900 ... 0_djvu.txt

Apparently they sold HDD enclosures, and the disk was a guide/tips on how/where to buy a bare hard drive.
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We had a whole lab of those damn things.
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I remember doing this to an Apple II clone (the Franklin one, I believe). The kit came with a board that plugged into a ROM socket and you could buy either 16kB or 32kB. The trick is, you had to solder it yourself. :)
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Cages used by British miners as late as 1987 had oxygen tanks that would revive canaries affected by carbon monoxide:

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In 1987 such cages were replaced by electronic gas detectors.
BUT WHAT ABOUT THOSE NOW-UNEMPLOYED CANARIES! Image
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Today, the National Mining Museum Scotland has thirteen canaries and they are unsurprisingly very popular with visitors!

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Don Blankenship would have loved those.
"The canary's fine! Get back to work!"
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maurvir posted:

I remember doing this to an Apple II clone (the Franklin one, I believe). The kit came with a board that plugged into a ROM socket and you could buy either 16kB or 32kB. The trick is, you had to solder it yourself. :)

My Franklin had 256K built-in.

It was all I needed.
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dv posted:
Anything in /r/OSHA. Holy crap.

https://www.reddit.com/r/OSHA/


some of those posts, jesus

this guy must be jerkoff champion of the universe

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That remind me - I gotta get more of that sandpaper.
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That's a crankshaft, right?
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Pictorial tweet for a tourist attraction in Virginia. It is...beyond any concise description.
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Pictorial tweet for a tourist attraction in Virginia. It is...beyond any concise description.

That... is... amazing.
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"honey, could you grab me a bear from the fridge?

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