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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Post by scrmbldggs » Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:55 am

Spoiled brat. :-P
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Post by Pyrrho » Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:55 am

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Pyrrho wrote:Guys this is not helping my Roomba.
Have you tried sacrificing that goat?
Ever tried beating a goat in a head-butting contest?
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Post by Pyrrho » Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:57 am

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Pyrrho wrote:Guys this is not helping my Roomba.
Get a pair of fuzzy slippers.
Tried dragging the cat around. Made things worse. Amazing how a cat can shed upwards of 500% of its body weight in dander and fur when it has a mind to.
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Post by Major Malfunction » Wed Sep 12, 2018 4:10 am

Like an irritated porcupine, shooting hair and dandruff in every direction.
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Post by TJrandom » Wed Sep 12, 2018 10:06 am

Sooo... tie a furry slipper to the cat`s tail....

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Post by scrmbldggs » Wed Sep 12, 2018 7:23 pm

Or a Roomba...
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scrmbldggs wrote:Or a Roomba...
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The Internet was down until a few moments ago and it was bumming me out.

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Post by Wordbird » Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:30 am

Pyrrho wrote:Amazing how a cat can shed upwards of 500% of its body weight in dander and fur when it has a mind to.
They can also create a much greater mass of puke than the food they consume.

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Post by Gord » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:39 am

TJrandom wrote:Demonic cats ...
How is that not redundant?

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Post by Gawdzilla Sama » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:42 am

"Stop using MY LITTER BOX, humans!"
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Post by fromthehills » Sun Sep 16, 2018 4:57 am

My old cat keeps showing up long after we think he’s dead. And he’s the younger. My older cat, Booty, as some may remember, is alive and well, for {!#%@} sake. She’s gotta be 18, or so. How tha hell do cats last so long? And it seems so short for dogs

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Are you sirius? 18 - wow.
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Post by Gord » Sun Sep 16, 2018 9:06 am

My husky halfbreed lived to be 16. She was a swell ol' dog. A bit brain-dead towards the end though. Should've been a warning sign when I noticed her staring at the wall a few times.
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Post by Gawdzilla Sama » Sun Sep 16, 2018 10:58 am

scrmbldggs wrote:Are you sirius? 18 - wow.
Had an OBC* live to be 18. She got around fine until the gotcha got her.



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Post by Gawdzilla Sama » Sun Sep 16, 2018 11:01 am

Spent yesterday arranging $4,500 worth of bedroom furniture. Spent three days before that excavating bedroom so the stuff would fit.

Then, sometime in the late evening I had another syncope and woke up in the ER. They observed me for a while and sent me home. I could have done that on the hallway floor just fine. Gotta go over procedures with Boss Lady again.
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Post by bobbo_the_Pragmatist » Sun Sep 16, 2018 2:45 pm

Just had an electronic device go out after about two years of constant use. I know about thermal expansion and other factors....but it pisses me off that something with no moving parts (sic) should break. I mean....I could almost see it a month ago when temps got up to 100 F inside the house....but not now at the balmy high 70's.

I might even use Amazon same day service to replace the unit...….another thing that grinds my gears.
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Fatigue can occur in non-moving parts.
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bobbo_the_Pragmatist wrote:Just had an electronic device go out after about two years of constant use. I know about thermal expansion and other factors....but it pisses me off that something with no moving parts (sic) should break. I mean....I could almost see it a month ago when temps got up to 100 F inside the house....but not now at the balmy high 70's.

I might even use Amazon same day service to replace the unit...….another thing that grinds my gears.
Capacitors don't need to fail in such a short time, but they make it much easier to engineer a lifespan into an otherwise robust electronic circuit.

LED type lighting is notoriously reliable, therefore the point of failure is usually not within the emitter itself, but within the supporting circuitry.
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Post by bobbo_the_Pragmatist » Sun Sep 16, 2018 3:37 pm

Thanks landrew. You have depressed me even more: as the lifespan of the equipment is definitely just a design feature. I would LOVE to buy the same unit again...but it is no longer made, might be on E-Bay but I shy away from used equipment. Just have to pretend I'm buying for the first time and select from what is available, aka: features I don't use and don't want. I note the advertised life of such equipment averages about two years.....hence the capacitor selection? Heh, heh....thanks for the reminder.
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Gawdzilla Sama wrote:Spent yesterday arranging $4,500 worth of bedroom furniture. Spent three days before that excavating bedroom so the stuff would fit.

Then, sometime in the late evening I had another syncope and woke up in the ER. They observed me for a while and sent me home. I could have done that on the hallway floor just fine. Gotta go over procedures with Boss Lady again.
A little too much excitement about that Hello Kitty stuff? :-P
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scrmbldggs wrote:
Gawdzilla Sama wrote:Spent yesterday arranging $4,500 worth of bedroom furniture. Spent three days before that excavating bedroom so the stuff would fit.

Then, sometime in the late evening I had another syncope and woke up in the ER. They observed me for a while and sent me home. I could have done that on the hallway floor just fine. Gotta go over procedures with Boss Lady again.
A little too much excitement about that Hello Kitty stuff? :-P
You mean "Dr. Who", don't you? :shakefist:
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:lol: Um, yeah!
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bobbo_the_Pragmatist wrote:Thanks landrew. You have depressed me even more: as the lifespan of the equipment is definitely just a design feature. I would LOVE to buy the same unit again...but it is no longer made, might be on E-Bay but I shy away from used equipment. Just have to pretend I'm buying for the first time and select from what is available, aka: features I don't use and don't want. I note the advertised life of such equipment averages about two years.....hence the capacitor selection? Heh, heh....thanks for the reminder.
John Deere produced the Model D tractor from 1923 to 1953, and many are still in good working order today. Although they were made to last for many decades, it didn't hurt the company that produced them, having survived the Great Depression and every other economic challenge since then. There's a ray of hope for you, in that planned obsolescence isn't a hard reality in all things manufactured.
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Post by scrmbldggs » Sun Sep 16, 2018 7:17 pm

Digging into my bowl of delicious ice cream, I suddenly remember the other bowl I'd parked in the fridge for just a moment a moment ago. :glare:
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landrew wrote:
bobbo_the_Pragmatist wrote:Thanks landrew. You have depressed me even more: as the lifespan of the equipment is definitely just a design feature. I would LOVE to buy the same unit again...but it is no longer made, might be on E-Bay but I shy away from used equipment. Just have to pretend I'm buying for the first time and select from what is available, aka: features I don't use and don't want. I note the advertised life of such equipment averages about two years.....hence the capacitor selection? Heh, heh....thanks for the reminder.
John Deere produced the Model D tractor from 1923 to 1953, and many are still in good working order today. Although they were made to last for many decades, it didn't hurt the company that produced them, having survived the Great Depression and every other economic challenge since then. There's a ray of hope for you, in that planned obsolescence isn't a hard reality in all things manufactured.
A guy drives one of these around our neighborhood. It gets him to auto meets and the like. Immaculate machine.
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Post by fromthehills » Sun Sep 16, 2018 9:32 pm

Pyrrho wrote:Guys this is not helping my Roomba.
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scrmbldggs wrote:Are you sirius? 18 - wow.
Not sure exactly, I got her in 03 when she was a few years old

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scrmbldggs wrote:Are you sirius? 18 - wow.
Mine just died on Memorial Day at 19.

People who saw me go to pieces don't compare me to a Vulcan anymore.

I swear, I didn't know I had that much emotion in me.

My wife rushed me to the humane society and got me a new one. It helps. But the new one has this weird thing with my wife's feet, and attacks them any time she sees them.

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Maybe it wants her to walk you back there and impound you? :-P


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Post by bobbo_the_Pragmatist » Mon Sep 17, 2018 2:24 am

Well, my backup equipment that has worked flawlessly for two years now has gone out as well. Coincidence or are the Aliens at work? A real conundrum as I don't believe in coincidences nor Aliens. What to think....what to do. I already started shopping for replacement equipment, now I gotta do it times 2 or even 3.

I also note that just about everything I own has something wrong with it. Like this computer running Win 10. Not as smooth as win 7. Much faster at some things but I never had any delay at all switching from one task to another whereas this machine often makes me wait 5-6-10 seconds for the mouse to quit freezing and operate once again.

Takes a lot of emotional control not to flip out. But I still don't know what gives with the electronics. Both were game capture devices to record games/tv and such. does make me feel like getting a new hobby....like maybe fixing/cleaning the place up.

Pros and Cons to all we do...……..
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Have you checked the power source(s)?
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Maybe invest in a power-conditioning UPS.
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Post by bobbo_the_Pragmatist » Mon Sep 17, 2018 5:19 am

Our power in Sacramento is pretty good. We get a power outage about every other year. Every 3 years we will have lightning in the area and I unplug all the electronics and listen to mp4 player for 2 hours. I will tonight be buying some surge protectors just because I do have so much "expensive" electronics. I have to run extension cords from the bedrooms into the man cave. My circuit box is full to the max...would have to run more supply to the box to get more juice. It might be worth it.....kinda tired of how hokey it makes everything look. Might run a few 220 circuits at the same time and run European appliances. Hot water in 2 minutes. Love it.

After I posted....turns out it was the Comcast DVR that went out...but it "looked like" it was my capture unit. First Cable Box I have had go out. Probably the power supply in it or to it, not a fuse as it took about 2 hours for it to fail. Pink and blue smears of color before going totally black. I have to say Comcast gives good tech service...…. they just have to lie about everything they do...……...
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Post by Major Malfunction » Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:59 am

Without going into too much detail, I've tested thousands of electronic devices. Some of them are as bad as 10% fail out of the box, and 20% fail first year in operation. *cough* LHM *cough*
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Post by bobbo_the_Pragmatist » Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:09 am

YEP...all too often, its the consumer that is the Quality Control function. I'm the type of person who very often will just eat a bad product rather than return it. Hate the hassle of reboxing and going to Fed Ex. The comment section of any product you search will have those saying "This is Junk...did not work." and that is true....but reliable numbers are not available. Back Blaze is doing a good job with Hard Drives...but that is about it as far as I have found.
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Post by Poodle » Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:44 am

Gawdzilla Sama wrote:Fatigue can occur in non-moving parts.
I can vouch for that :(

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Post by Major Malfunction » Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:53 am

You should stop huffing those electron clouds.
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Post by TJrandom » Mon Sep 17, 2018 8:01 am

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scrmbldggs wrote:Are you sirius? 18 - wow.
Mine just died on Memorial Day at 19.

People who saw me go to pieces don't compare me to a Vulcan anymore.

I swear, I didn't know I had that much emotion in me.

My wife rushed me to the humane society and got me a new one. It helps. But the new one has this weird thing with my wife's feet, and attacks them any time she sees them.
Put a collar on your wife`s neck so that she cannot look down and see her feet, and all should be OK. (The bill is in the mail...) ;)

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