University of London Basement Plant room still has a load of switch gear just like that photo it is all disconnected but its listed status means they couldn't remove it so they made a museum Piece of it. ill get a photo next time i am in there looks old .jamesh wrote:The Foundation recommend something like this...
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I think using that with say one of those USB missile toy things (assuming they can be programmed... or adapted to run on GPIO) - I think that switch is quite appropriate
That last sentence was really my pointLob0426 wrote:...Every round out of my LR.308 AP4 carbine from DPMS creates more Co2 than your RasPi will next year. And the Corvette,,, well you get the point.
Otherwise good analogy, but ultimately I got too distracted from the thread. How on earth did he end up with a major trauma and a paper cut?abishur wrote: Attacking power consumption by addressing vampire energy is like trying to save a man who's bleeding to death by putting a band-aid on his paper cut.
I'm glad you asked for it is truly a grisly tale that we should all take heed of. Johannes Peltz was a typical male in the American higher education system. Which is to say old enough to vote but not old enough to drink or pick a presidential candidate who Jon Stewart didn't support. He also tended to put off his assignments to the last minute, doubly so for his art class (which he found to be a colossal waste of time and money for a math major, but whatcha gonna do?). Sadly, on this day he found himself needing to construction a diorama of The Alamo (anyone outside my state of Texas remember that?) from construction paper. It was already 10 PM and the assignment was due at the stroke of midnight. In this state of heightened anxiety he failed to remember the warnings of his mother to never run with scissors nor did he bother to tie his shoelaces (as untied shoes is the current trend that everyone is following in order to stand out and be unique) As fate would have it as he was running he stepped squarely on his right shoe's shoelaces with his left foot's shoe. As he fell towards his demise he flailed about, desperately trying to find something to grab onto to stop his downward decent, only to run his hand across the fore mentioned construction paper (which as every knows in the realm of papers cuts is second in pain only to cutting yourself on cardboard). Distracted by the pain of the paper cut he tucked his arm holding the scissors inwardly and so he did fall upon them most grievously.ksangeelee wrote:Otherwise good analogy, but ultimately I got too distracted from the thread. How on earth did he end up with a major trauma and a paper cut?abishur wrote: Attacking power consumption by addressing vampire energy is like trying to save a man who's bleeding to death by putting a band-aid on his paper cut.
Yes was in San antonio about 6 years ago when my daughter graduated from the Air Force Basic. i like the version with John Wayne the best though.abishur wrote: The Alamo (anyone outside my state of Texas remember that?)
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