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2023.06.07 22:13 idfwulsab Advice on EGR & DPF delete
Hi all. I'm considering a Stage 1 remap with EGR & DPF delete to improve my mileage. Some context:
I drive a 2 litre VW Golf TDI. It's a diesel engine and therefore obviously suited for motorway/distance driving, but I work in the city centre so I'm sometimes stuck in stop/start traffic, or slow moving traffic. Even outside of work, I'm usually driving around the city with a fair amount of traffic and red lights, and very rarely actually do motorway drives. So I considered a DPF & EGR delete to improve mileage and avoid my DPF becoming blocked or dirty.
The quotes I got all tend to suggest getting a Stage 1 remap at the same time is better value for money, and the remap itself can improve mileage. I'm not fussed about the extra power, that's just a bonus. But all the quotes have advised that a DPF delete requires the DPF to be physically removed first, so the total cost shoots up. I do have the option to just do the Stage 1 remap with EGR delete and leave the DPF alone.
So my question is, will the DPF delete actually make much of a difference in terms of mileage and smooth running of my car? And secondly, does EGR delete make much of a difference by itself? Thanks in advance.
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Interested in buying a new or gently used Ricoh GR III. No damage to the body/lens, no dust on the sensor or in the view finder, low shutter count preferred.
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Hello all, this is my first post on this subreddit, so bear with me. I bought an MR-2 Roadster in January, and I have loved every minute of it. As you can see from the picture it’s dented quite badly as of recently by a another car in the side panel and it isn’t pretty. The car functions fine, but I want to fix it right away, judging from YT videos, it seems quite complex to repair. I’m curious to know if I should just take it to a body shop and pay £££ or whether it’s worth fixing myself? I’m seeing it’s worth about £100-£150 for a second hand quarter panel. Thanks :)
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2023.06.07 22:11 HelloLurkerHere One night in June of 1976 over a million and half people in Canary Islands (Spain) witnessed 'a gigantic explosion of light' in the sky. It became part of the local UFO narrative almost immediately. Declassified documents in 1994 hinted, however, at an earthly origin, a 2001 article confirmed it.
Background Canary Islands
is a Spanish archipelago of volcanic nature located in the eastern Atlantic ocean, just west of southern Morocco. The chain of islands extends for approximately 490 kilometers (300 miles).
Canary Islands is both geologically and climatologically almost identical to Hawaii, and as such, international tourism has been the main pillar of its economy since the 1960s. The Event
At around 10:15 PM of June 22nd, 1976, emergency services in all the main seven islands received a flood of calls, with people reporting having seen a strange and frightening phenomenon taking place in the night sky. Most of these callers described what they were seeing as 'a gigantic explosion of light'
or 'a massive ball of fire'
, and all of them said the phenomenon seemed to be taking place somewhere far in the west. These accounts were quickly confirmed true by local authorities, since the 'explosion of light' in question shone for several minutes before dissipating.
Many witnesses also added having seen one or two much smaller red lights moving strangely before the 'explosion' took place -rising from the horizon or from behind the mountains at very high speed, although others added that the lights flew following 'a zig-zag trajectory'.
No sound was heard or reported regarding the phenomenon, and no consequences seemed to follow except for a frightened population.
A foreign tourist vacationing in the island of Gran Canaria took the only known legit picture available of the phenomenon
, from the balcony of his hotel room in Maspalomas. Here
you can see a bigger version of the picture with enhanced contrast. Here's a drawing extracted from an official report made by the Spanish Air Force.
The drawing depicts a description of the event made with the information gathered from witnesses reports in the western coast of Gran Canaria. The mountains in the drawing are a depiction of the silhouette of Tenerife, the island immediately west of Gran Canaria. In order to understand the extreme magnitude of the 'explosion of light', please take into account that Tenerife is 70 kilometers (44 miles) away and its tallest peak -Mount Teide, which is in fact Spain's tallest mountain- is 3,718 meters tall (12,198 feet). Here's a real picture of the landscape
depicted in the drawing, for a better perspective.
Hong Kong's bulk carrier vessel Osaka Bay
was sailing from Capetown (South Africa) to Southampton (United Kingdom). The event took place when she was some 400 kilometers (250 miles) south of the island of La Gomera
, and her crew did also witness the phenomenon. Here's a drawing made out of their witness reports.
The crew of the Spanish Navy's corvette Atrevida (F-61)
observed the phenomenon as she was sailing just south of the island of Fuerteventura
. Her captain's account of the event; "At 22:27 local time of June 22nd it was seen, for the first time, a bright light of an intense bluish yellow color, taking off and rising in altitude towards our position... Once it reached certain height (15º-18º) it stood still, turning its light projection and showing its light source. It remained like that for approximately two minutes, before bursting into a large circle of bright bluish yellow light that remained in that position for forty minutes even after the original preceding phenomenon had faded away. Two minutes later the light source split, its lower half being smaller and standing in the middle of the circle of light, turning into a bluish cloud as the split half that had originated this bluish mass faded away. The upper half gained altitude while describing a fast but irregular spiraling trajectory, vanishing afterwards. None of these movements had any effect whatsoever on the initial circle of light, whose features remained the same, partially illuminating land and sea, which leads to believe that it wasn't an object far in the distance, but rather close".
Here's the translation of local newspaper excerpts detailing the event; "It was spotted between 10:15 and 10:30 PM and, according to one of our journalists who has his residence at Valle de Aridane (La Palma island), at that time he observed something that looked like a rocket emerging from the sea and flying towards El Time peak shining with an intense red light. The same phenomenon was spotted in Tazacorte (in La Palma island too). The ferry Villa de Agaete, sailing from Las Palmas, could observe a great shining at exactly 10:20 PM, shortly before docking in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The shining, which lasted about five minutes, appeared like a rocket that had come out of the sea". - El Día (June 23rd, 1976) "Last night, at around half past ten, a strange object was spotted from several points of our region, especially in the areas of Gáldar and Telde (Gran Canaria), where most phone calls we received in that regard were from. Our callers explained to us that it was a round object that grew massively in size as it rose, clearly defined before it began to fade. The aforementioned phenomenon began as a couple of red objects that moved in zig-zag, forming into some sort of spiral whose lower half ended in three clearly differentiated but overlaying stripes with some degree of separation between them. They were of a very bright red color and faded gradually. On top of these stripes there was what looked like two powerful blue focal lights, which began to diminish in intensity too before turning into a thin haze afterwards". - La Provincia (June 23rd, 1976)
Thanks to these accounts and description of the events, calculations could be made in order to ascertain the phenomenon's origins. At the moment of its beginning (which many witnesses described as a rocket taking off) the sun was already 13.7º under the horizon and its azimuth angle was 307º (northwest). Setting a hypothetical POV in the geographical center of the archipelago (28.50º N, 15.75º W, just north of Gran Canaria, it was calculated that during it's first phase (the 'rocket lights') the phenomenon was located some 762 kilometers (473 miles) straight west, at an approximate altitude of 46 kilometers (28 miles). By the end of its final phase (the 'explosion of light') it had traveled to a point located at around 1,062 kilometers (662 miles) west and had risen to a final altitude of 90 kilometers (56 miles).
These calculations became a very important piece of data, we'll get back to them later.
The UFO/Aliens narrative (AKA the press cherry-picks the statement of one particularly imaginative witness in order to sell a story of very questionable credibility)
Being the 1970s, almost immediately certain sectors of the press began talking about UFO -and subsequently about aliens, even though there was no further evidence to suggest such thing. The local authorities (the Army especially) focused their efforts into reassuring the population that there was nothing to fear, while at the same time gathering all the information they could gather in order to investigate the phenomenon.
In June of 1994, exactly eighteen years after that night, the Spanish Army declassified the 107-pages long investigation report of what by then it had been baptized as the "OVNI de Canarias 22/06/1976" ("Canary Islands' 06/22/1976 UFO"). Back then very few people in Spain had internet access, and as such the release of these documents went unnoticed for most people. However, many journalists rushed to get a copy of the report, and many of these worked for UFO/paranormal magazines of dubious scientific accuracy. And, aware of the kind of reaction they wanted to generate from the public they target, they focused in just one part of the report; Dr. Padrón's story.
Francisco Julio Padrón León (who passed away in 2013) was a general practitioner that lived and had his office in the rural municipality of Gáldar, which is located precisely in the northwestern part of the island of Gran Canaria (and precisely, where a lot of people reported witnessing the phenomenon. Unlike most witnessed, however, Padrón told Spanish authorities a much more extravagant version of the events.
That night he had been called in person to check on a local patient at her home, and the doctor had called a taxi in order to reach the patient's residence; Padrón lived in the town of Guía
, and the patient lived at a small parish some 10 kilometers away (6 miles) named Las Rosas
. Padrón, his companion and the taxi driver claimed having observed the phenomenon when the car was covering the last two kilometers of the route (at that point, a very narrow and barely paved rural road). Or more specifically, Padrón and the taxi driver claimed having bumped into it; because, according to the statement, at that moment the car's headlights illuminated a sphere that was floating right in front of them. The Padrón and the taxi driver described it as measuring some 30 meters (98 feet), slightly bright and slightly translucent. They (the doctor, especially) described seeing two humanoid entities inside the sphere, surrounded by what looked to be inner aluminum structural parts of the sphere. These figures were, per their statements, between 2.5 and 3 meters tall (8'2" to 9'10"), one taller than the other, and they were dressed in red skin-tight suits. Padrón claimed that these beings stood facing each other, apparently interacting among them but didn't seem to notice his or the taxi driver's presence. It then began to grow in size until (his words) "becoming as big as a 20-story building"
and began ascending. At this point of his statement he said he went to check on her patient, after which he told all people present at the patients' home, inviting everyone to go outside and check by themselves what he claimed he had seen. By the time everyone joined Dr. Padrón to watch, the sphere was already very big, standing high in the sky and then it flew away at extreme speed ("faster than any aircraft I've seen in my life"
, Padrón said in the report) leaving a trail of blue smoke behind before vanishing in the distance, towards Tenerife island.
In his individual report, the taxi driver made just a very skimp corroboration of Padrón's statement, omitting most details of his version of the phenomenon. It was just a few sentences long. The taxi driver was a man in his sixties (and wore glasses) of very little formal education -in fact, his preliminary handwritten statement had to be redacted to correct numerous grammar and spelling mistakes.
As for the companion (a relative of the patient, who was traveling in the backseat), this man only describes seeing "intense bright light everywhere"
and noticing "both the doctor and the taxi driver's agitation"
. He claimed the amount of light, plus the fact that by sitting in the backseat the taxi driver and the doctor's bodies blocked his view, hadn't allowed him to see what Padrón claimed having witnessed.
The declassified document contained many more witness reports gathered from the same area, but none of them matched Dr. Padrón's story about a sphere with two humanoids figures in it; every other description -most of them provided by locals- mentions the same enormous disc of light in the west night sky. A car mechanic and his wife described it as "a car's headlight thrice as large as the full moon"
. A school teacher mentioned having seen it from his house's window through a pair of binoculars when it began to fade, noticing its "fog-like appearance, and the night stars could be seen through"
, and mentioning what looked like a couple of bluish beams inside. A farmer explained in his statement that it looked like "a fire spot"
, he too mentioned seeing "two blue lines"
in it. Not even the sick woman Padrón had come to provide medical attention to nor her relatives confirmed the Dr.'s description of the phenomenon, matching instead everyone else's.
That didn't stop the journalists working for UFO/paranormal-themed magazines or even some journalists working for reputable newspapers from disregarding all these credible witnesses and instead focusing on the most outlandish one; Dr. Padrón. In summer of 1994, several of these Spanish magazines like Enigmas, Año Cero
or Más Allá
rushed to publish a drawing depicting Padrón's description of the 'humanoid figures dressed in red' in their articles, not only making absolutely no mention of any of the other witnesses but also claimed that the propulsion system of the alleged 'alien spacecraft' had scorched a nearby onion field -the area is full of that type of crops- and that posterior chemical analysis of the scorched terrain had yielded wildly unusual results. We'll come back to this point later. Sketch depicting Padrón's (unique, literally) description of the event. Yes, someone from the Army - more specifically from the Air Force- was tasked with sitting down next to this guy and spending a good deal of time drawing whatever ludicrous thing Padrón felt like coming up with.
Something worth mentioning; these publications made heavy emphasis on Padrón's education -he was a GP, after all. As in, as extraordinary as his claims were, these were being made by a man of a high level of education, intelligent and therefore (in the eyes of many) automatically worth of credibility. In fact, the patient's relative traveling in the taxi's backseat -a farmhand that had never received formal schooling and was illiterate- said in his witness report that one of the reasons why he did not question Padrón's statement was precisely the abysmal difference in education between him and the doctor, and kind of assumed that if an educated man like Padrón said that such thing had indeed happened, then it must have been true.
A local newspaper interviewed Dr. Padrón shortly after the documents were declassified. And by then, eighteen years after that night, Padrón added some more details to his already bizarre account, providing these journalists with something that wouldn't have been out of place in an episode of The X-Files (which back in 1994 had begun to be broadcasted in Spain, with significant success). Back in 1976 Padrón had already added in his statement that he did not feel fear but 'a strange sense of wellbeing and excitement' in his encounter with the alleged spacecraft; now he was also saying that these beings -which never communicated with him in any way, per his account- had not only the ability to erase anyone's memories off their brains, but they also can "make you see whatever they want you to do for months or years, replacing an 'energy' [his word] in your brain"
. If these statements weren't absurd enough, Dr. Padrón warned the journalists about not taking him seriously, because in the last three years he "had observed that anyone who had been skeptical of my statements and hurt my credibility in public has passed away within six or seven months, all of them to cancer, eight people in total so far".
Although the documents that included the description of his ludicrous story hadn't been declassified until 1994, ever since 1976 many journalists had managed to get in touch with Padrón and hear his story -the doctor himself wasn't exactly quiet about it either -and some of these are allegedly the cancer victims Padrón would've been referring to. There's no way to check the veracity of that, since the only source of that statement was Padrón himself.
Between 1976 and 1994 the doctor's story circulated in a somewhat obscure manner, being referred to in some UFO articles here and there -and adding their own artistic depictions of his outlandish story
. Padrón was already telling any 'paranormal' journalist willing to listen about the scorched onion field. Turned out, back in June of 1976 a farmer in the municipality of Guía did indeed notice an area in one of his onion crops that seemed to have been burned, but that man had specified that that hadn't happened until the morning of June 24th, a good day and half after Padrón's alleged 'alien encounter'. What is more, although the cause of these burns couldn't be ascertained, they were indistinguishable from fire damage. To this day it's thought that these burnt onion plants were nothing but the result of vandalism or a prank. Some UFO skepticism authors have raised the possibility of the doctor himself being responsible. Picture of one of the many onion fields in Guía and Gáldar. To this day, Dr. Padrón's 'scorched onion field' remains a running joke among the older residents in these municipalities.
At the time Padrón even managed, out of sheer insistence, to get that soil tested. Surprisingly to no one, all chemical, physical and radiological analyses performed yielded no unusual results. The sampling and testing was conducted by Hungarian-Spanish physician Alejandro Carlos de Gyorko-Gyorkos, who at the time was curious about paranormal phenomena and had interviewed Padrón many times in 1976. According to a journalist for Naukas (A Spanish online science and technology magazine that specializes in skepticism and debunking of pseudoscience), in 1992 Gyorko-Gyorkos described Padrón as a man that "interprets everything he comes up with as real"
. By 1994 Padrón was also claiming that the Spanish Air Force had threatened him with legal action to silence him, and that Gyorko-Gyorkos was a man whose "ethics he'd rather not talk about"
. Padrón had never mentioned these alleged legal threats at any point before June of that year, precisely once the documents were declassified, a coincidence that hadn't gone unnoticed. Some skepticism authors have elucubrated about the possible inspiration for Padrón's 'tall men in dressed in red spacesuits'. Not exactly very original.
Explanation (1994 and 2001)
The 1976 document concludes that the origen of the 22/06/976 UFO -although in reality the Spanish Air force used then the acronym FANI (Fenómeno Aéreo No Identificado', 'Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon') when referring to it- was unknown. In 1994 these paranormal journalists presented such conclusion as an automatic evidence of aliens, or at least UFOs in the sense popular culture depicts then. In reality, as anyone can notice upon checking the report, 'unknown' means precisely that; unknown. At no point in the report the authors bring up rebuttals for any possible logical or rational explanation, but rather they conclude that back in 1976 there was just not enough evidence to provide an accurate explanation of its origin.
The same report contains the transcription of precisely Dr. Gyorko-Gyorkos's opinion about Dr. Padrón's reasoning (safe to assume, by then had already made up his mind about the man) in a military court. In the transcription, and in what looks like a generous maneuver to dismiss Padrón's claims without going as far to humiliate him, Gyorko-Gyorkos explains a military judge that that night Dr. Padrón, possibly overworked and sleep-deprived, misremembered what had seen and his fatigued psyche had create a mixed recollection with what he had seen and what had crossed his mind. As for the taxi driver, this man was probably highly impressionable -apparently the Dr. had behaved in a very excited manner during the phenomenon- and thus in a way Padrón had 'passed' his delusional belief onto him. The military court ruled that "Padrón's credibility could not, for the time being, be corroborated"
Of course, at this point of this writeup a question still lingers; what was whatever thing close to a million and half people saw in the night sky back on June 22nd, 1976? First, let's go over the world's state of affairs at the time, because this is one of these 'mysteries' in which history had been hinting at the answer almost from the beginning;
In 1976 the world was still amidst of a low-key conflict between two superpowers with lots of political tensions; the United States (plus NATO) versus the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (plus other members of the Warsaw Pact). AKA, Cold War. As part of the Western Bloc, at the time Spain had been a long-time ally of NATO. However, the country wouldn't become a NATO member itself until 1982 -which was so controversial within Spain that a referendum would be held in 1986 questioning Spanish people's desire to remain in the military alliance.
As such, while Spain was a Western ally, back in 1976 it was not really 'in the game' yet, especially when taking into account that, unlike in other countries, NATO membership wasn't that welcome. Please notice the year the Spanish army declassified the documents; 1994. The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 (and with it , the fall of the Iron Curtain) helped lower the stakes this international poker game, and as such the world would learn about all sorts of crazy things that had been going on at both sides of the conflict in absolute secrecy.
Earlier in this writeup there is a data-based description of the phenomenon's behavior, but most importantly, it's ballistic trajectory. Adding to that, countless witnesses had described seeing either one or a couple of lights 'taking off like a rocket'. Let's remember; it had been ascertained that it originated at about 700 kilometers west and had moved further west in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean while reaching an altitude of 90 kilometers -which is about the lower thermosphere. This had already raised the first suspicions among the members of the Spanish intelligence services, suspicions that gained weight in 1994 -and that likely led to the declassification of the report- when much clearer and straightforward communication between the United States' government and Spain's allowed for a more open investigation of the sort of testing the Americans were engaging in. In 2001 an article of research journalism, coauthored by science journalists Ricardo Campo and Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos finally identified what was behind the 1976 aerial phenomenon.
Campo and Ballester had already noticed its ballistic trajectory calculated in 1976. In 1999, suspecting already who (country) was the 'culprit', they accessed Jonathan McDowell's database of ballistic missile launches.
Previous to that Campo and Ballester had failed to find any useful information in NASA's archives, as none of the launches in their registry matched the evidence, and prior to that -right after the 1994 declassification, in fact- they had traveled to Moscow looking for the possible explanation there. Russian military authorities had adamantly denied their involvement in the phenomena, which directed the investigators towards other leads (while at the same time not disregarding the possibility of Russia being behind it after all.
Finally, Campo and Ballester bumped into these two rows
of the database. First column indicates the launch identification number. Second and third, the date (in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. Fourth is GMT time (which, adjusting for a compilation error, coincides with Canary Islands' GMT+1 local time when the phenomenon took place). The fifth column tells the type of missile, the sixth on identifies the launch platform and finally the seventh one indicates who was responsible for the launch. Simply put, the information in these rows means; on June 22nd, 1976, two Poseidon C3 thermonuclear missiles were launched from US Navy's submarine USS Von Steuben
), at 20:16 and 20:17 GTM.
The database does not include location (that information remains classified) but during their research Campo and Ballester learned from McDowell
himself that the US Navy's eastern test range covers from Cape Canaveral (Florida, US) all the way Ascension Island
. The location of the 1976's phenomenon falls well within such range.
From here, Campos and Ballester offered an explanation of its optics. The Poseidon C3 missile
carries several 40-kiloton nuclear warheads (normally ten) -for comparison, Little Boy was a single 15-kiloton bomb. Once the two 400-kiloton missiles detonated in the thermosphere, the quick expansion of extremely hot atmospheric gases reflected the sunlight back to Earth, even though by then in Canary Islands the sun was already well below the horizon and the sky was pitch black; at 90 kilometers of altitude, these expanding gases were still in direct path of the sunlight. This reflection is what made the phenomenon appear so bright and big in spite of the 700+ kilometers of distance between witnesses and its source. Campo and Ballester's article
provided also an explanation for other similar events -albeit not that espectacular as the one pertaining this writeup- that had taken place in the islands between 1973 and 1979. All except one were found to be the result of other American thermonuclear tests, with the exception of this one
seen south of the archipelago in 1979 -and finally acknowledged by Russia in 2017, although they did not explain what exactly it was. Conclusion TL;DR: It was a couple of thermonuclear missiles launched in secrecy by the US Navy in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The 'aliens' witness was, to put it mildy, an individual with an extreme tendency to make ludicrous statements and a marked need to be the centre of attention.
Campo and Ballester's work is available online for free, and anyone who speak Spanish can check the story of their investigation for themselves.
This is not to say that the whole 'aliens' narrative died down. To this day, the story of the 1976 phenomenon continues to be shared sometimes in media as 'proof' of UFO/aliens, even though it's literally neither -coincidentally, failing to mention the vast amount of evidence pointing at a thermonuclear test. In June of 2016 several newspapers published articles remembering the phenomenon in its 40th anniversary, and pretty much all of them reminded the reader right from the headline that the 'mystery' had long been solved. Links and Sources "Two red giants riding a missile"
- Excellent article in the aforementioned online magazine Naukas written by Ricardo Campo himself on the phenomenon (Spanish) The Spanish Army's declassified document on the event.
It can be downloaded for free as a 107-pages long PDF 2016 Article (Spanish)
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2023.06.07 22:10 TigerStarCassel Best tattoo pen for coverups?
I have alot of needed coverups most are small names and words , as I have PTSD and severe anxiety going to a tattoo shop is pretty much out of the question for me so I am determined to tackle the job on my own but I feel absolutely overwhelmed by all the options I see on Amazon when it comes to tattoo pen kits. I need a kit with a tattoo pen ( not gun) that I can easily set up and use at home to make multiple cover ups of name tattoos with tribal type or similar designs and was hoping that someone can point me in the right direction of the best kit that I can purchase online ? It is very appreciated to anyone who take their time to help me out
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2023.06.07 22:09 Wurldtraveler18 Bathroom exhaust ducting advice?
Hello total novice here when it comes to proper duct work.
See here for photos: https://imgur.com/a/E0OpzUg/
My old house has two bathrooms side by side upstairs that were never properly vented through the roof.
I finally got a roofer to install a broan roof cap with a 6” inlet and also got a centrifugal/in-line fan tech fan installed. However now is the time to hook it up to vents in both bathroom ceilings and I’m at a loss at what to do. The issue is the attic is extremely tight. The first bathroom is right underneath the roof cap. The second one is probably a good 6-8 feet away in the front right of the first photo.
I know I can use flex duct (by the way is r-6 ok instead of r-8 in the Midwest)?But I’m just not sure how to route the ducting and where to put the in-line fan.
Part of me thinks I should just return the fan I purchased and buy a more common in-line fan since it’s much smaller. I know that will require the use of a Wye though which reduces the amount of area saved by an in-line fan pretty substantially.
My questions are 1) how would you route the ducting, 2) would you use r6 or r8 flex, 3) should I use rigid ducting for any serious bends, 4) should I swap out my centrifugal fan for an in line and 5) how can I replace my old bathroom fan/grill without having to do drywall work - do they sell a grill/housing that I can just connect ducting to that matches the same dimensions as typical in ceiling fans?
Here is the fan I purchased already in the photos: https://shop.fantech.net/en-US/cvs275a--inline--multi--port--fan/p107445
Here is the one I’d potentially swap it with: https://www.supplyhouse.com/Fantech-FG6-FG-Series-Round-Inline-Exhaust-Fan-6-Duct-303-CFM
Thanks and appreciate any help I can get
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2023.06.07 22:08 thequackdoctor Where to buy test kits in the UK for Coke and Mdma
I''m on holiday in the UK and am looking to have a good time but I couldn't bring any testkits overseas with me. What are some reputable sites to order from.
Also any good physical shops to go get scales, kits and other equipment would be good to know too :)
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My mum and I made a day trip down to the nearest decently sized city. It's about a 3.5 hour drive, so it's not something we do on a regular basis. Arrived, had lunch. Did some shopping, got a new skirt, some constellation-patterened leggings, a couple of shirts, and a bunch of trans-pride merch that one cannot find in my smaller hometown. (I finally own an actual flag!) Lots of positive comments on my fem outfit and the pride colours I was wearing. Went to dinner; the waiter addressed us as "ladies" right from the get-go. Delicious steak. Stopped to visit my aunt and her doggos on the way home. New wierd source of euphoria: having a big dog stick his nose up my skirt. All in all, a wonderful day.
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★ Driver Gloves King Snake FT BTA Knuckles Screenshot BUFF Store
B/O $4300 M4A4 Howl/Prince/Gold Arab/ Dlore/Pandoras Tradelink Prices on items may change, the B/O price may be inacurate
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2023.06.07 22:05 Acanthaceae69 NordVPN $5 HBO MAX $5 Hulu Netflix Disney Plus IPTV Paramount+ Google Drive $2 ESPN+ Deezer MalwareBytes ExpressVPN RealityKings Brazzers OnlyFans $2 Pornhub $5 (Doesn't Downgrade) Mofos WTF Pass Fakehub Blacked redditbay Google Pay, Credit/Debit cards/ Binance, All Crypto
OFFER: You'll get free IPTV (for PC) for any purchase
On the shop you'll always have unlimited warranty/replacements on your purchase.
Please feel free to DM me 24/7 with any questions, requests or clarifications you'd like me to make on the products.
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2023.06.07 22:05 Zakupla Gunpla shops Wilmington, NC
Visiting Wilmington, NC this week anyone in the area know of any good gunpla shops? Couldn't find anything online - seems like to big of a city not to have a shop or two.
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2023.06.07 22:05 HerrantHowl Shop where I can make handmade cups
Hi everyone! Anyone knows a shop in Berlin where one can make and cook cups? Maybe a place that offer service like pottery lathe and the oven to cook it?
Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.07 22:04 shockg911 Not sure how to move forward
I really like this girl who came into my shop.
We had a conversation that lasted around an hour. We both went through a breakup and she hinted that I was her type. She was super attractive and also my type. Seemed very sweet too.
I f’d up! I should have asked her out and and I’ve been beating myself up ever since she left. It just seemed too good to be true. I’m a moron. I froze up. This happened around month ago.
She told me where she works but since I was blinded by her beauty, it didn’t register well with me. I know she said it was a Greek restaurant in my area. I went to the one where I thought she said and they said no one there works by that name or her description. Fml. Do I visit the rest of the Greek restaurants in the area? There’s like 3-4 more.
Now, I DO have her phone number, since she signed up for my rewards program, LOL.
What should I do? I REALLY want to ask her out. Since I have her number, what’s a good/non-creepy way of reaching out (if there is a way)
I dropped the ball on this one :(
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2023.06.07 22:03 InevitableCucumber53 Does anyone in Alberta know if I can start T when I have a lump on my thigh that just got an ultrasound and the result was 'entirely non-specific'?
I have my first appointment for gender affirming care on June 16. I had an ultrasound done on a lump that I have on the back of my thigh on May 29. I haven't got in to see my family doctor yet (appointment with him is on June 13), but I looked at the ultrasound myself and saw that it has vascularity and a hypoechoic centre, so kept an eye on my health records online knowing the results would show up there before I'd get in to see my doctor again. The report came back entirely non-specific, recommending more imaging to be done in 3-6months. Does anyone know if this will impede my chances of being allowed to start T?
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2023.06.07 22:03 vbcnvbnfghf6680 ~!! CrackStreams - Watch Live CFL Calgary Stampeders vs BC Lions Online Free
CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie delivers his state of the league media address at the Hamilton Convention Centre in Hamilton, Ontario on Friday, December 10, 2021.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nick Iwanyshyn PHOTO BY NICK IWANYSHYN /The Canadian Press
The league announced Friday that fans in Canada will have free access to exhibition contests not being carried by both TSN and RDS. American and international viewers will be able to watch regular-season games not carried by the CBS Sports Network.
“Free online viewing represents a new path forward for the league and all our fans,” CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie said in a statement. “Through these platforms, we are prioritizing access and reach, while placing an added emphasis on building a more direct connection with our viewers.
“We recognized an opportunity to provide a new service for our fans, and we worked with our teams to make it happen.”
TSN and/or RDS will exclusively broadcast three exhibition games, which will also be made available outside of Canada on CFL Preseason Live. The online platform will also carry the six remaining contests for all viewers as the league will work with host clubs to broadcast the in-stadium video feed, while play-by-play and analysis will be provided by local crews.
The CFL exhibition season kicks off Monday with the Edmonton Elks visiting the Calgary Stampeders.
CFL Plus will live stream all games not being broadcast on CBS Sports Network in the U.S The entirety of the 2023 season, including the CFL playoffs and Grey Cup game Nov. 19 at Tim Hortons Field, will be available for viewers outside of North America.
The streaming service will be available on desktop and mobile devices with no additional downloads or login services required. A verified email address will be all that’s required to secure the league’s first-ever live-streaming platforms.
The complete 2023 broadcast schedule for TSN/RDS, CBS Sports Network and CFL Plus will be announced before the season. The 2023 campaign opens June 8 with Calgary hosting the B.C. Lions.
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2023.06.07 22:02 LooPT520 Went to a card shop today for the 1st time in 15 years. Gave myself a $40 budget
2023.06.07 22:01 fakeplasstictree Getting married, how do I do this without her?
My mom took her life 2 weeks after wedding dress shopping. I recently was MOH in a wedding and seeing the bride with her mom broke me inside. My heart hurts. I don’t know how to do this without her. People wanted us to postpone but I couldn’t handle that. The idea that she at least got the save the date, was there for dress shopping, etc. Is all I really have of this experience with her. Looking for advice on how to face this day. It’s so hard to be happy when inside I feel broken. I miss her so much. We will be honoring her with a chair, I may even spread some of her ashes, but any advice anyone has would be much appreciated!
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2023.06.07 22:00 ServerOfTheAltar Auditor trained in front of me
This morning a new girl was covering for my usual auditors break and she didn’t know what to do. A supervisor trained her right in front of me. This is how the auditing process goes:
The employee is supposed to simply choose three random items from the list and verify that they are there in the order. That’s it. Only other instruction was to not inform me of the three items but I know every auditor does this anyway when they ask where an item is.
Not sure what you’re supposed to take away from this but just thought I’d share. Don’t think this means you can get away with shoplifting because AP has probably watched you shop like your life is a sitcom.
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