Non magnetic sma connector

Help Identifying Rock/Mineral?

2023.06.06 18:07 AFistoCat Help Identifying Rock/Mineral?

Help Identifying Rock/Mineral?
Hey guys,
I hope this is the right place to ask this, but can anyone please help me identify this rock? I found this on an auction site, and I am wondering if it's worth anything. Here is the description from the website:
"Unidentified metallic mineral in a plastic case. Doesn't appear to be gold or iron pyrite. Non-magnetic with a metallic luster and hardness level on the higher end. Weighs about 0.2oz. See photos for further reference."
Any help would be appreciated!
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2023.06.06 17:33 sansaveryAHHH AITA for suggesting my niece come live with me?

My niece is a young teen and has been having some trouble with my sis/her mom and moms bf of 4ish years. The kids (15f, 12m,9m) lived mostly with their father before he passed. The bf openly ignored their father at family events, only talks about himself, doesn't have friends of his own and says he has no family. He says he works a lot and I admit he drives a flashy car but he always tries to talk the group out of doing anything he deems expensive no matter the occasion.
The real issues started about a year ago when he started staying over there more. The house changed for him, a weekend guest. The thermostat went from 72 to 78. 78 isn't entirely uncommon in our hot state, but niece started puberty kind of late and has had hot flashes for the better part of two years. She took to cold water baths after the thermostat went up. He's got a half shelf of stuff in the fridge non of the kids can have but if niece buys something with her own money and it's not kept in her room he'll snack on it, etc.
Now sister and bf are talking about moving in together.
It might be important to point out that not only do we live in a hot state, our family grew up swimmers and running around in our swim suits. We're very comfortable with each other in swim attire or even covered similarly.
Niece called me in shambles a week ago because the bf, wh she didn't know was over, was in the kitchen when she went to get a snack in shorts and a sports bra and her mother's boyfriend told her since he was moving in she was going to have to start covering herself decently. She's never considered it indecent and neither does our family, her mother "tried explaining" to the bf but he doesn't want to hear it.
The worst part is kiddo just started getting breasts and they're already coming in strong. So now she feels like if she doesn't walk around her house in a moomoo or a sweater her likely soon to be stepfather will be staring at her chest.
It has caused a LOT of family issues, that came to a head last night when niece said she was going to apply for emancipation when she turns 16 and all hell kind of broke loose. Everyone was yelling over each other but I swear I heard the bf say slut, he denies it.
After things cooled down a bit I approached my sister who assured me she still wants bf to move in. I pointed out that I have a second bedroom and that niece has great grades and could Lilley qualify at a highly sought magnet near my house and that maybe it would be smart to let her come stay with me for a bit to hopefully avoid all the legal stuff. Sister kicked me out of her house.
This morning I got texts from both my sister and her boyfriend about how I'm sticking my nose where it doesn't belong, but I don't think my sister is actually considering my niece's feeling here.
AITA for offering to have my niece live with me?
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2023.06.06 17:27 Monkeybussinezz LF mons with pre-gen8 moves

Hey everyone,
Im trying to complete my home everything dex and I'm missing a handful of pre-gen8 moves. I never had a 3ds or before and my first non-emulated Pokémon game was sword, so there's no easy way for me to get these moves. I don't need the actual pokémon, so touch trading is fine. The moves I still need are:
Barrage, Beak Blast, Frustration, Heal Order, Heart Stamp, Hold Hands, Hyperspace Fury, Ion Deluge, Magnet Bomb, Mat Block, Miracle eye, Nightmare, Powder, Relic Song, Rolling Kick, Rototiller, Signal Beam, Sky Drop, Sky Uppercut, Smelling Salts, Snatch, Spotlight, Steamroller, Syncronoise, Trump Card & Wake-up Slap
Thank you in advance, Monkey <3
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2023.06.06 16:39 G_DK_ Audi A3 2012 2.0T - P2187 Code: “System too lean at idle”

Audi A3 2012 2.0T - P2187 Code: “System too lean at idle”
My check engine light came on and this is the code and reading I got. I saw a couple videos online where they were talking about simply replacing the engine crank case valve (picture above) but I called a mechanic and he said he would need to smoke it out to see where the leak would be coming from. Said it would be $240 for that alone and then would be able to further diagnose from there. Does this sounds right? Anyone else have experience with the same issue? I want to make sure I’m making the right move here because I planning on selling it in a few weeks.
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2023.06.06 16:24 QQ0987654321 Seeking Feedback - Which version represents grouped rules better.

Hello fellow designers! Our team is working on a application that enables users to curate clinical trials, and the following designs aim to help users specify some rules to find a specific cohort that meet certain criteria. The team came out these 2 versions to represent the rules and nested rules. We wonder which version you think is easier to understand the OAND relationship between these rules/grouped rules as UX experts. Looking forward to seeing your selections as well as hearing any feedbacks or thoughts on these designs. Thank you for your time in advance!
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2023.06.06 16:16 Cultural-Bathroom01 Critique my Resume: Strengths, Weaknesses, Can I compete after 4 yrs on my own?

Who I am: Business Operations, Revenue mgmt., BI ...
What I'm Targeting: a Real Estate Asset Manager position
Why I'm Seeking Help: I'm seeking help because I've been out of the traditional workforce for four years and I have questions about my marketability and competitiveness.
Reason for my hiatus -> employer needed me to move out of state. I couldn't because I was acting as a caretaker for a family member. I explored an interest, made money connecting businesses and ideas, hustling in a business of one to get small consulting gigs.
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2023.06.06 16:10 BuzzzTea Polygons built from magnetic spheres

Playing around with small magnetic spheres (sometimes called "Neocube"), a common building block to create larger shapes is a ring of 6 spheres (plus multiple lines around), resulting in a regular hexagon. Another building block is a ring of 5 spheres, resulting sort of in a curved pentagon with 120° angles between adjacent edges. Playing around further, I created corresponding shapes with 2-12 edges, and one abomination with 16 edges, and always 120° angles between adjacent edges.

2-6 edges

7-12 edges

16 edges
Is this part of some series? Anything I can look into on the conceptual side? Do the shapes with ≠6 edges e.g. relate in any way to non-Euclidean geometry? Especially the >6 edges shapes feel really interesting...
EDIT: added pictures, messed it up in the initial post somehow...
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2023.06.06 13:54 mpitts92 Cylinder print failure

Cylinder print failure
I’ve tried printing this cylinder twice last night and it failed the same way just at different heights. The part will break away from the bed but will rotate with the nozzle which causes the blob of material to pool up. I’ve noticed I’ve had to adjust my z offset during prints (start at -4.0 and adjust to -3.9) because I can hear the nozzle scrape across the print at times. Not sure if I need to adjust it more for this print or not. I used glue on the bed for the second attempt.
White PLA from Printbed, bed temp stays at 60, nozzle temp at 200. Magnetic PEI sheet on Ender 3 S1 Pro. I’m using standoffs with washers instead of springs for the bed adjustment so my z offset should be constant.
The file is the piston connector for the piston cup trophy on Printables:
Note: I’ve printed all of the other files minus the piston arm so far with the same settings and this is the only print that’s failed.
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2023.06.06 13:15 NightmareChameleon New War, Old Iron (4) (Reupload)

First. Previous.

A few folks reported last night's upload as turning up blank, likely due to a bug on reddit's end, so we're having another try with it. Let me know if this does or doesn't fix things.
Who doesn't love a good ol' fashioned M1?
The use of 1200 millimeter shells serves no strategic purpose for my opening and, tactically speaking, places me at a slight disadvantage than had I used any one of my other, more potent weapons.
Mmhmm, they do have their downsides. According to my weapon subsystem computer, I must now wait 4.421 seconds for the shells to traverse the distance between myself and my enemy. Such a stretch of time is, of course, a wholly inconsequential blip whose passing is less significant than the tiniest mote of dust in the vast and boundless lifespan of the universe in all considerable scenarios.
All considerable scenarios, of course, except for the possibility that one might find themselves under the effects of several time-dilating performance enhancement drugs.
Which I am.
I very much so am.
Of course, I'm nothing if not patient. To occupy the interval we find ourselves waiting, allow me now a brief tangent to preach the gospel of the combined 1200mm turret, targeting computer, and ordnance inventory computer, an old self-contained weapon system that bears the simple designation of “M1”:
The most foundational concept one must grasp about the M1 is that it is not an effective weapon as a simple matter of scale. While exceptions do exist, the simple nature of space means that larger warships face a rather generous economy of scale with regards to one’s ability to outgun and outweather any smaller adversaries. As is only natural, I am the most resplendent paradigm of this law, large enough to sit comfortably on the edge of what can be considered a planet and well-armored enough to ram one and win.
Ah, but you already knew that, didn’t you? Unlike the M1, one would be remiss not to both know of and be thinking about me constantly. I can say with full confidence that I practice what I preach, but once again I do digress.
As to be expected from a weapon originating in a period of time in which humanity’s warships were several orders of magnitude smaller than myself, these old holdovers certainly wear their years.
The M1 is not a good weapon system. Everything about it, down to the targeting computer’s ability to account for gravity-induced bullet drop and atmospheric drag, reflects its crude nature as something better suited for ancient oceanic warfare than space. The materials used in the gun barrels are impure, molecularly inconsistent alloys, the computer boards large and demanding. Its autoloaders are finicky and prone to jamming, and many of the targeting solutions fail to account for some of the more intricate corner cases one must account for in space combat.
In a perfect example of their obsolescence, we still have 2.721 seconds until the shells are expected to reach the enemy ships. Had I used my secondary armaments, a pair of megaMAC cannons that fire projectiles with diameters to rival cities, I would not have been able to complete a single sentence before the near luminal bolts would reduce the tightly bunched enemy crafts into little more than atomic smudges with the sheer kinetic energy they convey.
I have not fired my megaMAC cannons, however. I have fired my 1200mm multi-purpose M1s. This is because, for all their flaws, they are good weapons.
A weapon does not have a service life spanning multiple thousands of years without merit. As with similarly archaic, yet still used arms (such as the veritable M1, the timeless M1, and, of course, the M2), it has not survived for lack of redeeming qualities.
As a consequence of its age, there exists a truly staggering variety of ordnance that can be crammed into the M1’s barrels and lobbed at one’s enemies, all of which have been carefully cataloged in my mat-fab schematics to be produced at my leisure. This, however, is not even close to the reason why the M1 is such a good weapon. Much like everything else about the M1, the shells are woefully outdated, the primitive 5-meter long projectiles are slow, inaccurate, and easy to intercept.
However, the effects are quite pretty.
Yes! This is what makes the M1 such a good weapon system! The fact that it pleases me personally and nothing else! Unlike more advanced munitions, there exists a certain splendor to the inefficient explosive mixes that many of the shells employ.
For this sole redeeming quality, I employ the otherwise archaic, dilapidated, and useless weapon at every possible opportunity.
It is quite obvious that M1 was kept in active service for several million years for me and me alone to use their silly bullets. How thoughtful of them! To be blessed with perfect precognition and use it exclusively for such a noble goal as to lighten up the skirmishes I take part in that little additional amount!
Many people disagree with me, stating that no, the M1 was only installed on myself as an afterthought due to the sheer number of their surplus stocks still around at the time of my construction. They are, however, incorrect, as their opinions are at odds with my own (the more important perspective). At least two sailors who have served aboard me agree with the fact that the M1’s munitions are slightly prettier to watch than my other weapons’, cementing my stance as the sole correct one.
The projectiles I have selected to be the first things I’ve lobbed at another living thing in nearly fifty thousand years are none other than a personal favorite of mine: The KP-83, a nuclearly shaped penetrating shell that is capable of sending scalding lances of vaporized bismuth miles through warsteel. Like many other of the M1’s patterns, the shells are expensive, unreliable, illegal to use against organic targets, and, most of all, excessive.
And how salaciously, decadently excessive they are! I love them! To even think of violating the Atom, steadfast and revered, for such a mundane purpose as an upscaled APHE munition is absurd! Yes, friend, the KP-83 is a perfect expression of the absurd technological lengths humans will achieve for the sole purpose of killing, a potent statement of their sheer stubborn refusal to roll over and let The Enemy drive us to extinction, even in the nascent stages of interstellar exploration.
Less than a quarter second, now. I watch in eager anticipation as my shells close the final few kilometers towards The Enemy fleet.
More beautiful than a flower in bloom, more lucent than a sunrise, more radiant than a newborn’s first smile, the first nuclear explosion blossoms before the enemy fleet. The first are the shells detected and shot down by their point defenses, clearly detectable by the lances of vaporized bismuth that sear forward from the fireballs, yet the sewing pin-shaped detonations grow closer and closer until…! Blessed, rousing contact! My reward electrode buzzes with electricity, signifying multiple successful impacts with The Enemy’s ships.
As the ephemeral light fades, I take in the damage wrought. Whole swathes of The Enemy’s hull plating have been shattered and scorched where it was kissed by the nuclear fire, and I can pick out the brightly-glowing pinpricks of slag from where the lances of vaporized metal penetrated their alluring forms. The afflicted ships reel slightly before accelerating to correct, implying a dizzying blow.
Ha! What a joke! Had I not known better I would have assumed that they had been seriously maimed by the KP-83 shells, yet such a thing would imply flimsy, non-reinforced interiors, like those of a civilian craft! Clearly, this, too, must be some extension of the facade they so stubbornly uphold.
And yet…
And yet…
And yet, I haven’t even begun in earnest! I have a whole second until my volley connects. Whole gigabytes of munition spreadsheets and readiness data stream into my expanded consciousness as I pore over my options, considering what might make for the most efficient follow-up killing blow. Perhaps I should employ my primary weapon?
Ha! What a stupid question!
To even think that I would allow a conflict to end before it could even begin! I really must be going senile with age.
Why, anyone with even a modicum of common sense understands that war is art, and furthermore, that art takes time.
What possible harm could it do to prolong this skirmish by a few mere hours, or perhaps days? None, of course! It would be unbecoming of my eminence to be a bad sport in war by ending the conflict too early, after all.
The Enemy’s fleet becomes illuminated, if only for a second, by the muzzle flashes of their cannons as they attempt to emulate my opening volley. How laudatory! I’m flattered that they hold me in such high regard as to mimic my opening attack.
Why, I’m so impressed that I’ve begun to entertain the notion of allowing their shells to land on me as a statement of thanks. Such a thought is aborted, of course, the moment I realize such an attack could harm the beautiful luster of my paint. I shudder to even conceive of such a horrible fate.
Unfortunately for The Enemy’s crude emulations of my tactics, naval warfare no longer exists in the age of the broadside, nor has it for several millions of years. I spool up my short-range jump drives— all thirty two of the apartment-block sized mechanisms— prepare my drone bays, and order another volley of KP-83 shells to be loaded into my M1s.
The Enemy’s shells, accompanied by a wave of missiles, hurdle the final few kilometers towards my surface before they-
-detonate, filling the empty space where I had been just a moment prior with nuclear explosions of the mundane variety.
Why tolerate a risk to my vanity when I could instead expend the charge in one of my jump drives to simply vanish from the area? Of course, positioning myself above them on the stellar plane is certainly a tangible side effect of preserving my good looks.
I elect to release a swarm of stiletto hunter-killer corvette drones as an opening move, supplemented with a volley of 320 anti-ship missiles and yet another volley of 1200 millimeter nuclear shaped charge shells.
Much like my previous volley, this provides little tactical advantage whatsoever, instead fulfilling the exalted role of entertaining me.
While agile, the apartment block-sized drones are woefully frail, occasionally dwarfed by some of The Enemy’s (historic) munitions. Still, they serve well as harassment and defense fodder for more worthwhile projectiles. The anti-ship missiles are fast, yet once again, their scale reserves them better to maiming and euthanizing already shattered craft. I have already spoken on my beloved 1200 mm cannons.
The Enemy are quick to turn themselves and loose another volley. Rather than attempt another short-range jump, I elect to yaw upward and accelerate away from the incoming projectiles.
Alas, the shells reach me before I can complete my maneuver. I ignore them even as they close in, opting to continue my acceleration.
Unopposed, The Enemy’s munitions hurdle towards my perfect hull before-
-they pass the invisible threshold dictating the minimum engagement range for my point defense weapons and are swiftly obliterated by well-placed streams of 120 millimeter high impact rounds.
I did say I’d rather my paint go unmarred, did I not?
My anti-ship missiles are the first to arrive at The Enemy, honing greedily towards their still hot missile bays and cannon housings. They answer with interceptors of their own, yet the miserable defenses are neither fast nor potent enough to pose a worthy barrier to the entire volley of missiles. As the thirty two surviving hypersonic projectiles smash violently into The Enemy’s foremost craft, my drones warp into their formation and begin peppering their engines and sensory structures with their miniMAC emplacements.
The Enemy responds predictably, directing much of their fire, as well as every close-in weapon, into slaughtering the trespassing craft.
Just in time for the second volley of nuclear shaped charge shells to kiss The Enemy’s hulls unopposed. Two hundred and thirty seven shells successfully detonate, with one going off in the barrel (tragic, but unexpected with the finicky munition) and two experiencing failures of their fuze assemblies, exploding as dirty bombs.
How spectacular! How dazzling! A perfect display of timing, predictive acumen, and raw, unfettered talent by myself! How I’ve dearly missed the ability to demonstrate my impeccable skill!
My thoughts go hazy with euphoria as my reward system detects a successfully executed multi-step tactic and responds accordingly. I push against the incoherence, refusing to allow my concentration to wane for even an instant.
Having long completed my maneuver and weapon preparation, I allow my short-range jump drives to propel me in-line with The Enemy’s formation. Even before the exotic particles disperse from obfuscating my sensor data, I fire my conventional magnetic railguns, relying solely on my predictions to guide the projectiles.
Forty-eight railroad car-sized superluminal bolts of iron illuminate the void with their streaks as they tear through space, with thirty-one instantly shattering The Enemy’s ships with their absurd kinetic energy. I curse myself for my sloppiness, yet my MACs were not the reason for such a maneuver.
No, that honor would belong to my tertiary armaments: two truly titanic Gamma Ray emitters, placed in an over-under arrangement on my bow. Half an instant later, after my targeting sensors regain the clarity lost from my recent jump, the twin arrays activate.
Their wires thrum with unfathomable voltages as the emitters begin to exude their deadly radiation, the titanic servos emitting an audible whine as they threaten to give under the stress of pitching and yawing their sports field-sized lenses at absurd speeds, yet hold firmly.
Though the beam itself is invisible, even to my broadband sensors, the effects are quite the opposite. Crafts caught in the scything beam begin to shrivel and carbonize as their reflective hull coatings are overwhelmed, their interiors begin to slush as the metal making them up loses consistency.
Though it lasted only a second, the damage is immense with nearly every sufficiently small craft in their cone of fire burnt away instantaneously.
I jump once again.
Directly into the point blank trajectory of what I easily recognize to be a salted fission nuclear missile, courtesy of The Enemy.

First. Previous. Next.

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2023.06.06 12:12 big4lyfe Anyone else use magnetic usb c tip connectors? Seem to Work ok but I actually don't think they should be used.

Posted this in a comment but thought it might be worth sharing as a separate post. I do not recommend using the magnetic usb-c connection tips for nreal glasses. I used the most recent ones available (I think 100w 40gb/s 90degree tips, they have 2 styles of 90 degree ones, I use both). I used them on all my usb c devices, including high/fast charging (samsung m8 monitor, s23ultra phone, some headsets for work) but recently damaged the port from either trying to remove the tip from my s8+ tablet or they somehow shorted. Had to get the port replaced completely. This happened recently, so I want to look into how to properly and carefully remove the tips as they go in very snug. (Instructions recommend looping thin string/floss and to pull out, which i did but had to use a lot of force) I admit it's convenient, and the magnetic connection is strong enough to not easily disconnect at all. But i wouldn't risk damaging the port out of convenience if I had a choice at the moment. I think I initially followed someone's recommendation on the subreddit but wanted to atleast state a potential warning with using them.
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2023.06.06 09:15 Monkeybussinezz LF mons with pre-gen8 moves

Hey everyone,
Im trying to complete my home everything dex and I'm missing a handful of pre-gen8 moves. I never had a 3ds or before and my first non-emulated Pokémon game was sword, so there's no easy way for me to get these moves. I don't need the actual pokémon, so touch trading is fine. The moves I still need are:
Barrage, Beak Blast, Frustration, Heal Order, Heart Stamp, Hold Hands, Hyperspace Fury, Ion Deluge, Magnet Bomb, Mat Block, Miracle eye, Nightmare, Powder, Relic Song, Rolling Kick, Rototiller, Signal Beam, Sky Drop, Sky Uppercut, Smelling Salts, Snatch, Spotlight, Steamroller, Syncronoise, Trump Card & Wake-up Slap

Thank you in advance, Monkey <3
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2023.06.06 07:58 electriccarCharger GSM/ GPS/ Wi-Fi Combo Puck RF Antenna in India 2023

GSM/ GPS/ Wi-Fi Combo Puck RF Antenna in India 2023
Through-hole/Screw mounting of the puck antenna offers a more secure hold between the puck antenna and its mounting surface, especially if on the move. These puck antenna are mounted by placing the puck through a pre-filled hole and antenna cables and any other components run through the hole and are therefore shielded from all environmental exposure.
These antennas are used in emergency vehicles or aerospace applications where an antenna may be exposed to extremes of speed, temperature or force. Roof-top mounting enables the antenna to receive signal without obs curation by a metal roof.
Puck antennas may also possess a waterproof skirting for an optimal seal against moisture ingress, adding to their weather resilience. This Antenna carry an IP67 rating, indicating waterproofing to up to a meter of depth for 30 minutes.
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2023.06.06 07:53 tmscenter Magnetic Therapy for Depression at the TMS Center of Wisconsin

Depression, a pervasive mental health condition affecting millions worldwide, can cast a shadow over every aspect of life. While traditional treatments like medication and therapy have their merits, there is a growing demand for alternative approaches that address the unique needs of individuals. Enter Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy—a revolutionary non-drug treatment that offers new hope to those seeking relief from depression. At the TMS Center of Wisconsin, we are at the forefront of this magnetic treatment, empowering individuals to overcome depression and reclaim their lives. In this blog post, we will delve into the essence of TMS therapy, its benefits, and how it has become a beacon of hope for those in search of effective and personalized depression treatment.
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2023.06.06 05:42 lil-al-225 F10 N55- metal in oil filter?!

Hello everyone, I have a 2016 535i that I purchased at 64k miles. Pretty well-maintained car and engine runs well. I have been changing the oil every ~5k miles with castrol 5w-40 and the OEM Mann oil filter. However, when I looked at the filter today, I noticed some tiny metal flakes in each pleat. The flakes appear to be non-magnetic. Car currently has just under 80k miles and runs nicely. Attached is an image of the oil filter; should I be concerned?
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2023.06.06 04:54 OnlyFamOli Art project I did as a teen...

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2023.06.06 04:00 bcretman Tesla- J1772 adapter sale
How well do these work? What's involved to access a supercharge for a non-tesla vehicle?
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2023.06.06 03:58 acidmine Here come the colors of the 70s [1969]

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2023.06.06 03:01 joffa101 Any tips for playing rocksmith 2014 on new macbook air

Hi, I finally hit the order for a new 15" macbook air to replace my mid 2015 i7 macbook pro 15" retna. The old laptop has served me well, but the 2nd battery is down to less than 1 hour of Rocksmith :-(
The new 15" macbook air looks perfect to replace it - with 6 speakers (13" only has 4) big screen, good battery life and light (much lighter than the macbook pro 16")
My question is - is there anything I need to do to make Rocksmith work/fly on the new non-intel macbook? Do all the usb-A to thunderbolt/usb-c connectors work? Anything extra you needed to do?
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2023.06.06 02:53 Destrae [Trip Report] March 8-24 (Tokyo/Yokohama/Kyoto). 16 day weeb dream vacation - Kingdom Hearts concert, JJK exhibit, so many arcades!

I wasn't going to do a trip write up at all, but I'm planning a return trip in the Fall and I realized some of the things I learned on my first trip might be useful for other people, so here we go! I don't often see post write ups from people who are specifically into rhythm games/ arcades/ anime stuff
Dates: March 8 - 24, 2023 Background: Planned this trip mostly for myself but one of my friends decided to tag along fairly last minute. I had planned to spend the whole trip in Tokyo but the one thing she wanted to do was Kyoto, so we added a side trip + a very pleasant day at a Ryokan. I used Wanderlog to plan (HIGHLY recommend, this site is amazing), and my basic daily itinerary was morning shrine > pick an area to explore and have 1-2 major things per day. The person I was travelling with ended up taking a long ass time to get ready each day, so most of my morning stuff got cut or rearranged. Costs: I will fully admit I did not budget for food/ shopping, 100% vibes. I simply do not acknowledge what I spent
Now on to the super detailed trip report! Here's the big album if you don't want to look through photos separated by day. Warning for flashing video
Day 1 (travel)
Day 2 (Akihabara, photos)
Day 3 (Shibuya & Harajuku, photos)
Day 4 (Asakusa, photos)
Day 5 (Shinjuku & Kabukicho, photos)
Day 6 (Ikebukero & Rippongi, photos)
Day 7 (Yokohama, photos)
Day 8 (Kyoto, photos)
Day 9 (Kyoto, photos)
Day 10 (Kyoto, photos)
Day 11 (Tokyo - Concert, photos)
Day 12 (Ginza & Sumida, photos)
Day 13 (Tokyo - JJK Exhibit, photos - flashing video warning)
Day 14 (Tokyo - TeamLabs Planets & SquareEnix Cafe, photos)
Day 15 (Shinjuku, photos)
Final thoughts (Misc, photos)
Edits for formatting
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2023.06.06 02:24 50shadesofvayne My life update

A lot has happened since the last time I did one of these so I'm sure I'm going to forget somethings. My dad's dog of 13 years being together past away 3 weeks ago. I'm slightly worried about him but he does seem to be ok right now.
My mom and step dad got a new dog and I'm hopeful that my dog and their dog will get along. If they won't then it'll have a bad outcome.
I've been on a date with 2 different women so far this year. One of them I thought there was a connection in our 2 dates but got ghosted (not surprised at this point lol). Then immediately went on 6 dates with a different women but I feel like I waited too long to become intimate and she found someone else. I think this is my fault but what annoyed me the most is "your a great guy and would make a girl very happy". I've heard this so many times I'm starting not to believe it. If I'm such a "great person" then why don't others see it?
I've been going to a lot of car shows and won a trophy in my class. I'm doing it more for the charity part but a trophy is always nice. On Memorial day weekend a veteran stopped by my car as I was putting stuff away and told me we had the same last name (we are defiantly not related). He then mentioned we should go out to eat and go fishing. I agreed in a non-serious manner. Then I started thinking about it more the more I thought how I can make a veterans day just by taking him out for lunch.
I'm going with a good friend tonight to the arcade. She wants to get me a magnet she got from the U.K. and it's a nice change of pace.
I've acknowledged seasonal depression but I've never had it before until last winter. Summer time is here and I'm feeling a little better but also still feel lonely most days.
I got new glasses in the first week of May. The guy said my head to too big my my old ones and it's bending the frames outwards resulting the glass becoming loose. So I got bigger ones and I'm enjoying the wider view of clarity. Also I bought some $80 shoes. They are the most expensive pair I've bought so let's hope they last.
I'm 100% going to drink this weekend.
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2023.06.06 02:13 oneremainunseen Is this real?

Is this real?
I got it from a whatnot streamers
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2023.06.06 01:50 HecticBlue Am I headed for ruin if I try to do this with my battery terminals?

Am I headed for ruin if I try to do this with my battery terminals?
Hi folks. Descartes, non mechanic fella.
My battery died on my new (old) 2011 kia forte ex cuz i left the lights on. I'm about to jump it. Figured I'd try to change the terminals while I'm at it. Ran into these terminals, which I've never seen.
I can't figure out how to get the other side off.
But this positive terminal I've taken apart. It had two metal loops and two screws, neither of which come out because they're jammed into the flat metal bar and one into the old connector.
If I put the net connector on and leave that old terminal piece the way it is, with that extra metal hanging out, will I destroy my battery/ car computer or something like that, or will it all be okay?
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