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On 3/4/2020 at 12:11 PM, Marvin said:

This post was made by Rural Gamer Gang.

 

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So much truth.

 

On 3/4/2020 at 4:31 PM, Doug Sundseth said:

 

You mean the Thunderbolt II? ::P:


I agree, Warthog is a fine name that matches the personality of the plane.

 

It's a better nickname than its namesake's. The Jug, because its profile was said to resemble a milk jug. Or, much less frequently and more derogatorily, the Tub, because of issues with maneuverability that led some pilots to say it was like flying a bathtub. But just like its namesake, the thing can take a pounding and keep flying, and is amazing for CAS and ground attack.

 

And at least it isn't the F-16. That thing's nickname is the Lawn Dart.

 

On 3/4/2020 at 5:01 PM, ratsmitglied said:

What's the saying about ww2 air support...

 

When the British fly over the Germans duck

When the Germans fly over the Allies duck

When the Americans fly over everyone ducks

::P:

 

That's like the saying about infantry. If you're on patrol and you see an unknown unit, fire a single shot in their direction. If you're answered with a rapid volley of rifle fire, it's the British. If you're answered with a burst from a machine gun, it's the Germans. If there's no answer and then artillery starts falling all around you, it's the Americans.

 

On 3/5/2020 at 3:58 AM, paintybeard said:

 

If the designation letter for US aircraft aren't bad enough US army equipment is worse. I am perpetually confused by the number of different items designated "M3".

 

It makes it easy to get everything you need! Fill out one requisition form for an M3 and suddenly you've got a half track, a light tank, a medium tank, an armored car, and a submachine gun being delivered.

 

On 3/5/2020 at 9:19 AM, Corsair said:

Yup, the FG-1 was built by Goodyear

In WW2 you had the M1 Garand rifle, the M1 Carbine, the M1 Johnson Rifle, and the M1 Tommy gun, I am probably missing at least 1 more.

 

You forgot the M1 Bazooka, the M1 rifle grenade, and the M1 76mm tank gun.

 

On 3/5/2020 at 1:08 PM, paintybeard said:

 

It's more a question of how on earth you would get rid of it. Rhododendrons are almost unkillable.

 

Tell that to my mother. She can't get one to grow to save her life.

 

Way too much to catch up on since I last posted, especially with recent events. So I'll just say I hope everyone is safe, healthy, and hasn't been put in dire straits. I've been very lucky on all 3 counts so far, and I know far too many people who are at issue with at least one of those.

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The 'M' designation is for 'Mark' So Mark 1, Mark 2 and so on. 'Mark' is 'army lingo' for 'model'...

 

Unless it's followed by a 4digit code, in which case it's the year it entered service. 

 

My boots are M77, but it's only 2 digits because the Norwegian army doesn't belive in wasting space.  

 

It's quiet at the office today... 

It has actually been quiet all week, since we chased out the users on monday... 

 

I'm actually managing to do something about the backlog of 'non user-centric' tasks that has been piling up. 

I've reimaged nearly 3 dozen portables, I've put up shelving and started sorting junk. 

I've gone through 2 dozen junkers and cleared them for shipping to the recyclers

(They evaluate them for whether or not they can reimage them and sell them on, but they require a working battery, a matching PSU, no Password on the BIOS... If they can sell them we get a bit of money for them. If not we have to pay for disposal. Disposal includes wiping or destroying the HDD. )

 

If the virus scare holds up 3 weeks more, I mught get most of the stuff done... 

 

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13 hours ago, LittleBluberry said:

And I'm with @Inarah, WTF with everyone stockpiling flour?  I know I normally go through a 5lb bag per week, but I never saw anyone else buying it before.  Not that I'm doing a ton of baking, but I've got the menfolk trained on how to make pancakes from scratch, and I don't want that to stop!  Do people not understand that there's a massive stockpile of wheat just waiting to be made into more flour??  

 

9 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

The sheer lack of flour also gets a raised eyebrow from me, because every time it's always something people seem to ignore.  I just want a bag of it, a thing of yeast, and some skim milk powder because I'm sick and tired of going to the store to get some bread and there not being any.  That and my breadmaker was fixed a while ago, aaaand I want to use it for something other than making dough for pizza bread.

 

Mrs. Wulf had to cancel her bakery box special for this weekend because we simply couldn't buy ingredients with of all the hording going on.  Looked like it was going to do pretty good too,  I guess people stuck home could use some home baked love.....

 

1 hour ago, Lord of the Dish Pit said:

And so it begins.

The Fat Little Birds have changed over to the "happy springtime" chirping. The time of peaceful breathing has ended. The age of pollen has begun.

 

If I needed any more encouragement to stay home right now, the pollen monster is a good a reason as any.

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I actually found yeast in the store this morning, and picked up a 5pack of dried yeast.

(I have a few breadmix packages at home, and thought I could do some baking this weekend)

But the store did have a 'only one box per customer' sign up, and yeah, it was just past 7:30am. 

 

They even had cubes of fresh yeast in the cooler... 

 

What surprises me is that a lot of those who stockpile flour have absolutely no idea of how to bake bread or do anything else useful with it. They'll just keep it stacked up nicely in the paper bags for a few years until they throw it away because it has been infested with bugs...

 

I bet that on average more than half of what the hoarders buy will be thrown away instead of eaten. 

 

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Stores have no way of telling hoarder from legitimate shopper. I've heard more than one person comment that they were worried about being mistaken for a hoarder just because they needed something, usually toilet paper. 

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Meh. Woke up an hour before the alarm. Always hate that lol.

 

Good morning to everyone except my busted circadian rhythm.

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As our beloved government has forced nearly all means of socialisation to close their doors beloved wife and I have spent today working on our ham.

 

Bought a whole pig leg a month ago, tunnel-boned it and left it pressing in salt until this morning:

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Taken out this morning, all the salt dusted off and inspected. No sign of mold so it's good to go.

 

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Carefully wiped down with white wine vinegar and wrapped in muslin;

 

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Then hung in a net in the coolest corner of our garage:

 

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To be inspected every month until it looses about 20% of its weight. Then coated in lard and hung for another year until it is almost hard enough to hammer nails in with.

 

And at the same time we got down our 2-year old hams and cut them up into blocks ready for slicing:

 

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Had a taster, nearly as good as Parma ham in my (biased) opinion. Now we just need some figs to go with it.

 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, paintybeard said:

As our beloved government has forced nearly all means of socialisation to close their doors beloved wife and I have spent today working on our ham.

 

Bought a whole pig leg a month ago, tunnel-boned it and left it pressing in salt until this morning:

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Taken out this morning, all the salt dusted off and inspected. No sign of mold so it's good to go.

 

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Carefully wiped down with white wine vinegar and wrapped in muslin;

 

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Then hung in a net in the coolest corner of our garage:

 

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To be inspected every month until it looses about 20% of its weight. Then coated in lard and hung for another year until it is almost hard enough to hammer nails in with.

 

And at the same time we got down our 2-year old hams and cut them up into blocks ready for slicing:

 

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Had a taster, nearly as good as Parma ham in my (biased) opinion. Now we just need some figs to go with it.

 

 

 

Something I always wanted to try.  Unfortunately I seem to be predisposed to collecting hobbies

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41 minutes ago, Argentee said:

Stores have no way of telling hoarder from legitimate shopper. I've heard more than one person comment that they were worried about being mistaken for a hoarder just because they needed something, usually toilet paper. 

 

It's easy. If you spot two or items that the customer is buying more than what is normal of, and it's not something that is sometimes bought for a party, then it's most probably hoarding...   

If it doesn't make sense, then it's definitely hoarding.   

 

I saw one lady grab several small bottles of food coloring, Not one red, one green and so on, but there were more than one of each colour. Yeah, hoarder. 

 

I don't know what packs toilet paper is sold in everywhere else, but here the common sizes are 4pack, 4pack of 'maxi rolls'(compressed so that there's nearly double the normal amount on them), 6pack, and 8pack. and sometimes the stores sell big bags with 96 rolls. 

For me, a 4pack of maxi rolls lasts months. 

 

Sometimes the stores here have '10NOK' sales, where a lot of goods is priced at that, or 20NOK, 30NOK (currently 10NOK is slightly less than US$1. It's usually slightly more than $1, but... chaos) 

And a common enticement is 8packs of bog rolls for 10NOK. and people fill the shopping cart with TP...  

Sure, you save a little bit on buying all those 8packs of even more elfed TP than the maxi rolls I buy, but imagine what you could have used that cabinet for at home?   

 

Another common 10NOK is some sort of bread. Which means the in-store bread slicers are all kept busy because some people buy half a cartfull of bread, slice it in the store, then take them home and put them in the freezer. (sliced bread can be thawed pretty quickly, so that part makes sense)   

But they're filling their freezer with bread. 

I like to keep some free space in mine. Because I hunt for half-price meats and sausages that I use in casseroles. 

(It's common for stores here to price down meats the day before the expiry date.)   

So, when I found a store selling pork rib for 10NOK/Kg after christmas, I could buy 2Kg and know that there was ample room for it in the freezer... 

Sometimes I buy 1Kg yellow cheeses when on sale, shred it, package it in 150gram portions and freeze for use as topping. 

Because it's usually half the price of buying shredded cheese at the store. 

 

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And my wife's house have just been cut in half.. thankfully they designated her as 'essential' personnel and she gets to keep our health insurance which isn't normal for someone under 30 hours a week.. thank god I got a big raise with the new job..

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3 hours ago, Lord of the Dish Pit said:

And so it begins.

The Fat Little Birds have changed over to the "happy springtime" chirping. The time of peaceful breathing has ended. The age of pollen has begun.

Oh yeah. Pollen. That would explain waking up with sore throat everyone morning.

 

1 hour ago, Gadgetman! said:

I actually found yeast in the store this morning, and picked up a 5pack of dried yeast.

(I have a few breadmix packages at home, and thought I could do some baking this weekend)

But the store did have a 'only one box per customer' sign up, and yeah, it was just past 7:30am. 

 

They even had cubes of fresh yeast in the cooler... 

 

What surprises me is that a lot of those who stockpile flour have absolutely no idea of how to bake bread or do anything else useful with it. They'll just keep it stacked up nicely in the paper bags for a few years until they throw it away because it has been infested with bugs...

 

I bet that on average more than half of what the hoarders buy will be thrown away instead of eaten.

 

That’s what my mom thinks too. She’s having a hard time finding any meds that she needs on a daily basis, because these nitwits bought up more cough syrup than they could possibly use. 
 

1 hour ago, Argentee said:

Stores have no way of telling hoarder from legitimate shopper. I've heard more than one person comment that they were worried about being mistaken for a hoarder just because they needed something, usually toilet paper. 

The other day I felt like one. I had a very full shopping cart (to be fair, half of it was air, because I got a bunch of chips) because I was doing last week’s shopping, this week’s shopping, and next week’s shopping.

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Been in our team bi-weekly meeting for an hour now, in my pjs.....

Tech seems to be working fairly well. Kind of funny that our last meeting was the first one in months we had the whole team in the meeting room with no one on the phone, and now we're having one with everyone on the phone......

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16 minutes ago, Jasper_the_2nd said:

Been in our team bi-weekly meeting for an hour now, in my pjs.....

Tech seems to be working fairly well. Kind of funny that our last meeting was the first one in months we had the whole team in the meeting room with no one on the phone, and now we're having one with everyone on the phone......

 

With my group spread across the world I am pretty used to remote meetings and working from home.  Like everything else it has its benefits (the commute is awesome) and pitfalls (will anyone notice if I'm painting during the meeting?) but it works pretty well.  My personal work ethic wont let me do completely non-work things during working hours so I get a little bothered when people talk about doing home projects while working from home but that is their business, not mine as long as the work is getting done.  I do recommend the isolated office area though people walking through your work area can be an immense distraction.

 

In other local news spring is here again and this year we have both Blue Jays and Crows!  Apparently a few years ago they were devastated by a disease and almost completely wiped out but the Jays started showing up again last year and this year I am hearing crows again.  Who knows, maybe I can find an Olde Grump crow to keep me company...

 

 

5 minutes ago, Jasper_the_2nd said:

Today's find from fb.....

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I always imagined that the helmet has little nose scratcher armlets in the helmet to help with the ichy nose and face

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