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[#] Thu Jan 22 2015 15:57:24 EST from fleeb

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How do you check the wiki pages to see how the wiki pages work? Do you need to check the wiki pages to see how to check the wiki pages to see how the wiki pages work? Or do you have to work the wiki pages to see how to check the wiki pages to check the wiki pages?

[#] Thu Jan 22 2015 17:47:12 EST from mo

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I checked the wiki pages, for wiki pages pages, and the wiki pages pages were a bit cryptic for me!

 

He, checked the wiki pages, for wiki pages pages, and the wiki pages pages, were a bit cryptic forhim! 

:)

 

All the talk of wiki pages commands. Either it was for using the text client,or for actually writing or connecting with a client?

(I'm not gonna mention the markdown wikipages right now (unless i can make it ryhme) )



[#] Fri Jan 23 2015 08:50:22 EST from fleeb

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How many wiki pages could a wiki pager write if a wiki pager could write wiki pages?

[#] Fri Jan 23 2015 16:15:46 EST from zooer

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Off to create a wiki room!

[#] Sat Jan 24 2015 15:51:01 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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THEY DID IT. THEY FINALLY REALLY DID IT.

My snowblower. It's busted. Now I can't clear my driveway because NINJA CATS destroyed my SNOWBLOWER.

YOU MANIACS! YOU BLEW IT UP! DAMN YOU! DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!!!

[#] Sat Jan 24 2015 18:03:14 EST from vince-q

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Ummmmm.... it's called a snow shovel....

[#] Sun Jan 25 2015 06:45:41 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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f**k that ...! 200 foot driveway + 6 inches of ice-soaked snow == snowblower weather.

So I spent the afternoon completing the plow attachment I bought for my riding mower last summer but never finished assembling. Learned how to put on tire chains under duress. The results were not great but acceptable.

The problem with the snowblower, by the way, was that the Ninja Cats stole the friction disc and replaced it with one that was completely worn down to the metal on one side. When the wheel hits that side the machine just stops moving. I can fix it pretty easily but I don't know if I can get the replacement part in time for the next snow.

And apparently I need to start locking that side of the garage.

[#] Mon Jan 26 2015 15:49:01 EST from wizard of aahz

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There is more than one entrance to that side of the garage.

The lead ninja cat is offering a perfectly working friction disc in exchange for 10 cans of tuna. You'll need to come here to make the exchange though. Her paws are tired now.

[#] Mon Jan 26 2015 17:42:18 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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[#] Tue Jan 27 2015 06:21:12 EST from fleeb

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So... that's a lot of snow.

We got some of the spillage, but nothing that compares to what is going on up there.

[#] Tue Jan 27 2015 06:29:36 EST from fleeb

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I know Uncensored is now hosted at a professional facility, but it's still impressive that it's running with all that terrible weather going on.

[#] Tue Jan 27 2015 13:59:59 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Three separate Internet feeds running over geographically diverse fiber, six generators, onsite staff ... if Uncensored goes down and it's not something I did, there are *much* bigger problems happening.

[#] Tue Jan 27 2015 14:56:57 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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The snowblower has been repaired and a snow plow has been added to the fleet (courtesy of a plow blade attachment on my John Deere).  And I have a 14 year old who doesn't care whether he's plowing snow, ninja cats, plaid jello, whatever gets in his way gets plowed off to the side.

 

(If you can't see the photo go to https://plus.google.com/107027477281187068618/posts/PPvH6M1ezrp instead)

So ... snow chains.

They take about 30 seconds to install if you know what you're doing and can see what you're doing.

That wasn't the case on Saturday evening, when it took about half an hour since I had no clue what I was doing and the motion-controlled driveway light kept turning off.



[#] Thu Jan 29 2015 00:27:55 EST from ax25

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IG, I agree.  Snow chains are evil the first time you use them (as it is always dark the first time).  As to the 6" of snow, meh, but if it was mixed with freezing rain - ugh.  I feel for ya.  I would not attack that with a shovel, even with a younger heart.



[#] Thu Jan 29 2015 18:41:10 EST from vince-q

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2015-01-29 00:27 from ax25
IG, I agree.  Snow chains are evil the first time you use them (as
it is always dark the first time).  As to the 6" of snow, meh, but
if it was mixed with freezing rain - ugh.  I feel for ya.  I would
not attack that with a shovel, even with a younger heart.


When I was of 'a younger heart' (1950s) you had no choice.
Shovel or it stays there!

[#] Fri Jan 30 2015 01:24:57 EST from ax25

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When I was of 'a younger heart' (1950s) you had no choice.
Shovel or it stays there!

Nah, just wait for spring or (global warming) to come.  But in the '50s, you could have employed an industrious neighborhood kid to shovel it for about a bit.



[#] Fri Jan 30 2015 14:42:48 EST from LoanShark

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2015-01-27 13:59 from IGnatius T Foobar
Three separate Internet feeds running over geographically diverse
fiber, six generators, onsite staff ... if Uncensored goes down and
it's not something I did, there are *much* bigger problems happening.


Let's talk about nonredundant compute nodes. BTW, that's a real nice persistent datastore you got there. Be a shame if something were to happen to it.

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