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Andrew Doyle @andrewd... 8. jul.
The University of Glasgow has asked staff to provide trigger warnings for sensitive course material.
However, the university insists that this should be described as "content advice" because the phrase "trigger warning" can be triggering.
The Telegraph
Even the word 'trigger' is too triggering as university urges lecturers to use telegraph.co.uk
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Andrew Doyle @andrewd... 8. jul. The University of Glasgow has asked staff to provide trigger warnings for sensitive course material. However, the university insists that this should be described as "content advice" because the phrase "trigger warning" can be triggering. The Telegraph Even the word 'trigger' is too triggering as university urges lecturers to use telegraph.co.uk
Lobster For Sale
$50
I) Dimitri The Village Farms
Selling my lobster, Goose, I love him dearly however it is time he found a new friend, great with kids and pets, my dog is a little nervous around him but with proper training I'm sure your dog will love him just as much as I hope you will. He gets fussy when he isn't taken for a walk, he mainly eats small fish, however I have found that he loves a small piece of orange after dinner as desert. He hates any music by
Johnny cash, if you play it he will destroy anything around him.
Somebody, anybody... Buy me this goddamn lobster already
Lobster For Sale $50 I) Dimitri The Village Farms Selling my lobster, Goose, I love him dearly however it is time he found a new friend, great with kids and pets, my dog is a little nervous around him but with proper training I'm sure your dog will love him just as much as I hope you will. He gets fussy when he isn't taken for a walk, he mainly eats small fish, however I have found that he loves a small piece of orange after dinner as desert. He hates any music by Johnny cash, if you play it he will destroy anything around him. Somebody, anybody... Buy me this goddamn lobster already
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That's true. However, the AKs have longer part life, especially with the low pressure 7.62x39 cartridge. Barrels go past 30,000 rounds.
DankShrek69_420
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Q Part life is completely dependent on the quality of the steel used to manufacture either firearm. I would say both AKs and ARs of equal part quality would last about the same round count. With the AKs piston rod and ARs gas valve failing first.
Sem_E115
Barrel life is dependent largely on throat erosion, which is different with different cartridges. AR-15s don't have a "gas valve." You don't know what you're talking about. I don't know of any recorded instances of the AK piston breaking.
You'd lose the barrel and a fucking bolt lug long before that
That's true. However, the AKs have longer part life, especially with the low pressure 7.62x39 cartridge. Barrels go past 30,000 rounds. DankShrek69_420 OF Q Part life is completely dependent on the quality of the steel used to manufacture either firearm. I would say both AKs and ARs of equal part quality would last about the same round count. With the AKs piston rod and ARs gas valve failing first. Sem_E115 Barrel life is dependent largely on throat erosion, which is different with different cartridges. AR-15s don't have a "gas valve." You don't know what you're talking about. I don't know of any recorded instances of the AK piston breaking. You'd lose the barrel and a fucking bolt lug long before that
Improvised Silencer
The following instructions can be used to construct a simple, cheap and effective silencer for a .22 LR rifle or pistol. This design can be adopted to function for other firearm calibers, however, a threaded junction is recommended for cartridges more powerful than
.22 LR.
Materials Required:
Drill Rod (for .22 weapons)
At least 12" of brake line or other strong metal tubing
At least 12" of PVC tubing and two end caps
Fiberglass resin and hardener
Several feet of fiberglass mat
One roll of masking tape
and drill bits
Rubber bands
Razor blades
White lithium grease
Eye dropper
6 wood screws
Steel wool
sand paper
Construction:
Cut a 10" section from the brake line and drill a series of
US? holes along its length beginning from the end.
Next, enlarge the holes using a drill bit.
Using masking tape, mask off the end of the gun barrel and the first few inches, Be sure to keep the tape free of wrinkles to ensure a tight fit.
Place the drill rod down the barrel to keep the brake line aligned. Perfect alignment is extremely important.
Sometimes the drill rod will be a little too large to fit into the barrel. In this case, chuck the drill rod into a drill and turn it down with a file or sandpaper, a little at a time, until it fits perfectly.
GUN BARREL MASKED WITH TAPE
DRILL ROD INSERTED INTO BARREL
Wrap glass mat around the end of the gun barrel and brake line three times. Secure it in place with rubber bands every half inch. The glass mat should be wrapped about two
inches behind the sight and up to the first holes on the brake line.
Now mix the resin. A few spoonfuls will do. Mix it two or three times hotter than the package directions.
Brace the weapon in an upright position and dab the resin onto the glass mat with a brush. Keep applying resin until the mat is no longer white but becomes transparent from.
absorption of the resin.
As soon as the resin starts to harden and becomes tacky, detach the brake line and fiberglass from the barrel. Do this quickly before the resin hardens completely.
AACE TUBE WITH HOLES.
INTT OVIR DRILL ROD.
WITH FIBERGLASS CONNECTION -MAKE SURE TTS WITH FIBERGLASS AND APPLY RESIN [AGAINST GUN BARREL,
First use a razor blade to cut a notch behind the front sight so that the whole piece can be removed. Then push on the fiberglass to slide it off. Do not pull it off from the other end as the alignment will be thrown off.
After removal from the gun barrel, peel out the tape and allow it to finish hardening.
Use a sander, grinder or sandpaper to smooth out the hardened rough surface.
Next, grind the sides down about halfway, but do not grind past the point where the front sight makes contact. Cut it down until the barrel fits snuggly and easily.
Stand the glassed brake line upright in a vise.
Mix a small amount of resin and use an eyedropper to fill in any interior holes or air bubbles until the solid fiberglass is level with the steel tube end. This will give the junction between the brake line and fiberglass coupling added strength. Acetone can be used to clean the eyedropper.
Cut the PVC tubing to the desired length. A longer silencer will be necessary for more powerful cartridges.
Drill a large hole in the center of one end cap, making it large enough to fit on the fiberglass end to the point where the front sight makes contact.
Drill a series of holes in the bottom of the end cap.
Wrap masking tape around the end cap to cover the holes.
Stand the cap with the inside tube inserted into a vise. Get the cap level and straight with the brake line.
Cut two dozen or so squares of fiberglass mat and fill the end cap with it up past the level of the row of holes.
Mix resin and pour it over the cut matting to a point about above the holes and allow it to dry before removing the cap from the vise. Don't worry about any resin that leaks out around the base hole. Resin fills the small holes,
making the tube strong enough to withstand the muzzle blast.
When the inside is hardened, turn the assembly over and fiberglass around the backside of the end cap for added strength. Avoid getting resin in the opening where the barrel fits.
Place the finished cap and inner tube on one end of the
PVC tubing that has already been cut to size. Center the brake line as you look in the open end of the PVC.
Now drill a hole in three places around the tube about from the lip of the cap.
Take the brake line out and enlarge the holes in the cap to
Replace the brake line and tighten it down with three small wood screws.
Trim the brake line down until it extends about beyond the PVC tube.
Sharpen one end of the drill rod to a point and use it as a center-punch. Stand the assembly up with the solid end cap down. Drop the drill rod down the brake line to get a true center mark.
Using a drill bit slightly larger than the outside diameter of the brake line, remove the end cap and drill the hole.
Cut a circle of thick rubber which fits snuggly into the end cap. This rubber swipe will help prevent any hot gasses
from escaping even after many shot have been fired through it because rubber tends to stretch and rip rather that have material blasted out of it by a gunshot. The hole will reseal itself after firing keeping the system nice and tight.
Replace this swipe whenever the bullet hole becomes too large to contain gasses. This step will make a big difference, particularly in small silencers.
Replace the cap on the open end of the PVC tube and drill three holes around the cap as before for wood screws.
The brake line should push into and slightly stretch the rubber swipe. The swipe should not stick out past the face of the cap. Grind off the end of the brake line to get a perfect fit.
Unfold sections of steel wool and roll into long strands.
Apply white lithium grease to each strand before feeding them into the silencer tube in a circular motion. The white grease helps to cool the hot gasses of the muzzle blast, thereby reducing the loudness of the gunshot. Pack the steel wool tight with a stick, continue this until the silencer tube is completely full.
Replace the end cap with the three screws.
INSIDE OF SILENCER PACKED PYC PIPE NS'HOLES -WITHSTEEL WOOL AND A.
LiGHTr APPLICATION OF CONNECTION
Paint the finished silencer flat black and attach it to your weapon. Proper alignment can be ensured by using a hose clamp around the barrel extension behind the front sight.
Test as described in the Silenced .22 LR Weapons.
This silencer can be counted on to function for over 300 rounds before it will be necessary to open it up and repack it with new steel wool and lithium grease.
Improvised Silencer The following instructions can be used to construct a simple, cheap and effective silencer for a .22 LR rifle or pistol. This design can be adopted to function for other firearm calibers, however, a threaded junction is recommended for cartridges more powerful than .22 LR. Materials Required: Drill Rod (for .22 weapons) At least 12" of brake line or other strong metal tubing At least 12" of PVC tubing and two end caps Fiberglass resin and hardener Several feet of fiberglass mat One roll of masking tape and drill bits Rubber bands Razor blades White lithium grease Eye dropper 6 wood screws Steel wool sand paper Construction: Cut a 10" section from the brake line and drill a series of US? holes along its length beginning from the end. Next, enlarge the holes using a drill bit. Using masking tape, mask off the end of the gun barrel and the first few inches, Be sure to keep the tape free of wrinkles to ensure a tight fit. Place the drill rod down the barrel to keep the brake line aligned. Perfect alignment is extremely important. Sometimes the drill rod will be a little too large to fit into the barrel. In this case, chuck the drill rod into a drill and turn it down with a file or sandpaper, a little at a time, until it fits perfectly. GUN BARREL MASKED WITH TAPE DRILL ROD INSERTED INTO BARREL Wrap glass mat around the end of the gun barrel and brake line three times. Secure it in place with rubber bands every half inch. The glass mat should be wrapped about two inches behind the sight and up to the first holes on the brake line. Now mix the resin. A few spoonfuls will do. Mix it two or three times hotter than the package directions. Brace the weapon in an upright position and dab the resin onto the glass mat with a brush. Keep applying resin until the mat is no longer white but becomes transparent from. absorption of the resin. As soon as the resin starts to harden and becomes tacky, detach the brake line and fiberglass from the barrel. Do this quickly before the resin hardens completely. AACE TUBE WITH HOLES. INTT OVIR DRILL ROD. WITH FIBERGLASS CONNECTION -MAKE SURE TTS WITH FIBERGLASS AND APPLY RESIN [AGAINST GUN BARREL, First use a razor blade to cut a notch behind the front sight so that the whole piece can be removed. Then push on the fiberglass to slide it off. Do not pull it off from the other end as the alignment will be thrown off. After removal from the gun barrel, peel out the tape and allow it to finish hardening. Use a sander, grinder or sandpaper to smooth out the hardened rough surface. Next, grind the sides down about halfway, but do not grind past the point where the front sight makes contact. Cut it down until the barrel fits snuggly and easily. Stand the glassed brake line upright in a vise. Mix a small amount of resin and use an eyedropper to fill in any interior holes or air bubbles until the solid fiberglass is level with the steel tube end. This will give the junction between the brake line and fiberglass coupling added strength. Acetone can be used to clean the eyedropper. Cut the PVC tubing to the desired length. A longer silencer will be necessary for more powerful cartridges. Drill a large hole in the center of one end cap, making it large enough to fit on the fiberglass end to the point where the front sight makes contact. Drill a series of holes in the bottom of the end cap. Wrap masking tape around the end cap to cover the holes. Stand the cap with the inside tube inserted into a vise. Get the cap level and straight with the brake line. Cut two dozen or so squares of fiberglass mat and fill the end cap with it up past the level of the row of holes. Mix resin and pour it over the cut matting to a point about above the holes and allow it to dry before removing the cap from the vise. Don't worry about any resin that leaks out around the base hole. Resin fills the small holes, making the tube strong enough to withstand the muzzle blast. When the inside is hardened, turn the assembly over and fiberglass around the backside of the end cap for added strength. Avoid getting resin in the opening where the barrel fits. Place the finished cap and inner tube on one end of the PVC tubing that has already been cut to size. Center the brake line as you look in the open end of the PVC. Now drill a hole in three places around the tube about from the lip of the cap. Take the brake line out and enlarge the holes in the cap to Replace the brake line and tighten it down with three small wood screws. Trim the brake line down until it extends about beyond the PVC tube. Sharpen one end of the drill rod to a point and use it as a center-punch. Stand the assembly up with the solid end cap down. Drop the drill rod down the brake line to get a true center mark. Using a drill bit slightly larger than the outside diameter of the brake line, remove the end cap and drill the hole. Cut a circle of thick rubber which fits snuggly into the end cap. This rubber swipe will help prevent any hot gasses from escaping even after many shot have been fired through it because rubber tends to stretch and rip rather that have material blasted out of it by a gunshot. The hole will reseal itself after firing keeping the system nice and tight. Replace this swipe whenever the bullet hole becomes too large to contain gasses. This step will make a big difference, particularly in small silencers. Replace the cap on the open end of the PVC tube and drill three holes around the cap as before for wood screws. The brake line should push into and slightly stretch the rubber swipe. The swipe should not stick out past the face of the cap. Grind off the end of the brake line to get a perfect fit. Unfold sections of steel wool and roll into long strands. Apply white lithium grease to each strand before feeding them into the silencer tube in a circular motion. The white grease helps to cool the hot gasses of the muzzle blast, thereby reducing the loudness of the gunshot. Pack the steel wool tight with a stick, continue this until the silencer tube is completely full. Replace the end cap with the three screws. INSIDE OF SILENCER PACKED PYC PIPE NS'HOLES -WITHSTEEL WOOL AND A. LiGHTr APPLICATION OF CONNECTION Paint the finished silencer flat black and attach it to your weapon. Proper alignment can be ensured by using a hose clamp around the barrel extension behind the front sight. Test as described in the Silenced .22 LR Weapons. This silencer can be counted on to function for over 300 rounds before it will be necessary to open it up and repack it with new steel wool and lithium grease.
It should be right here...
however, I don't see the damn sauce
It should be right here... however, I don't see the damn sauce
"WE ARE NOT JUST IUST [OUR LADY'S] CHILDREN.
THOUGH: WE ARE ALSO HER KNIGHTS. AND THE DUTY OF A KNIGHT IS TO FIGHT. TODAY.
HOWEVER. MORE THAN EVER, THIS BATTLE IS OUR SACRED DUTY. FOR THE TRUTH OF CHRIST AND THE CHURCH ARE BEING ATTACKED BY THE GODLESS. IN NO UNCERTAIN TERMS. HORDES OF AGITATORS FOR THE CAUSE OF UNBELIEF AND IMMORALITY. REVOLUTIONARIES WHO OFTEN STILL BEAR THE NAME CHRISTIANS." RYCERZ NIEPOKALANES." (1933) PP. 131-132.
"WE ARE NOT JUST IUST [OUR LADY'S] CHILDREN. THOUGH: WE ARE ALSO HER KNIGHTS. AND THE DUTY OF A KNIGHT IS TO FIGHT. TODAY. HOWEVER. MORE THAN EVER, THIS BATTLE IS OUR SACRED DUTY. FOR THE TRUTH OF CHRIST AND THE CHURCH ARE BEING ATTACKED BY THE GODLESS. IN NO UNCERTAIN TERMS. HORDES OF AGITATORS FOR THE CAUSE OF UNBELIEF AND IMMORALITY. REVOLUTIONARIES WHO OFTEN STILL BEAR THE NAME CHRISTIANS." RYCERZ NIEPOKALANES." (1933) PP. 131-132.
FMMR:
SR-NSCC-2021-010. As you can see the time to read at the bottom, this will not be a light read. I have not gotten to it yet however, I'll dedicate some time this weekend to a few pages
and post them in Tuesday's report
"NSCC understands that SFTs provide liquidity to markets and facilitates the ability of market participants to make delivery on short-sales, and thereby avoid failures to deliver, "naked" shorts, and similar situations."
So the NSCC is using the term naked shorts, which are synthetics. And the principle of almost everyone buying #AMC/
#GME is that synthetic shorts exist in mass quantities. And the
NSCC is proposing this rule change on the basis that naked shorts need to be covered.
The next time some troll claims there are no naked shorts, and that I am delusional and need mental help, I will refer them to the NSCC.
#DTCC, #NSCC, #SEC #liquidity #repo
SR-NSCC-2021-010.pdf
585 min read
Page 3 of 369 1. Text of Proposed Rule Change (a) The proposed rule change of National Securities Clearing Corporation ("NSCC") is attach...
FMMR: SR-NSCC-2021-010. As you can see the time to read at the bottom, this will not be a light read. I have not gotten to it yet however, I'll dedicate some time this weekend to a few pages and post them in Tuesday's report "NSCC understands that SFTs provide liquidity to markets and facilitates the ability of market participants to make delivery on short-sales, and thereby avoid failures to deliver, "naked" shorts, and similar situations." So the NSCC is using the term naked shorts, which are synthetics. And the principle of almost everyone buying #AMC/ #GME is that synthetic shorts exist in mass quantities. And the NSCC is proposing this rule change on the basis that naked shorts need to be covered. The next time some troll claims there are no naked shorts, and that I am delusional and need mental help, I will refer them to the NSCC. #DTCC, #NSCC, #SEC #liquidity #repo SR-NSCC-2021-010.pdf 585 min read Page 3 of 369 1. Text of Proposed Rule Change (a) The proposed rule change of National Securities Clearing Corporation ("NSCC") is attach...
Had a lot of fun with our new weeb, However,
There are 2 glaring issues I keep having. 1,
Why does every light attack feel like it's being thrown by Barry fucking Allen? I can barely get the timings right to block, And have to pretty much spam my Joystick. 2, Kyoshin can't followup if he whiffs his scabbard bash.
(Which against bots, Is practically fucking guaranteed.) However his kit is fun and does feel great when it works. His executions are top tier, And his fashion almost Rival's prior's in my opinion. I'm going back to repping him and I swear to fuck if another Tiandi slaps me or another goddam JJ kicks me in the shin, I'll make Nanjing look like fucking Sesame street.
Had a lot of fun with our new weeb, However, There are 2 glaring issues I keep having. 1, Why does every light attack feel like it's being thrown by Barry fucking Allen? I can barely get the timings right to block, And have to pretty much spam my Joystick. 2, Kyoshin can't followup if he whiffs his scabbard bash. (Which against bots, Is practically fucking guaranteed.) However his kit is fun and does feel great when it works. His executions are top tier, And his fashion almost Rival's prior's in my opinion. I'm going back to repping him and I swear to fuck if another Tiandi slaps me or another goddam JJ kicks me in the shin, I'll make Nanjing look like fucking Sesame street.
not to be
uwuzonee tag someone
however, lets take a long walk where you get tired, and we sit on a bench and you rest your head in my lap
not to be uwuzonee tag someone however, lets take a long walk where you get tired, and we sit on a bench and you rest your head in my lap