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What happens if you take no medication then? ....

I'm very curious
I PM'ed him, if anyone else is interested please PM me, I know I have friends here but Narcolepsy is so far off topic the Mods may object. I love to inform people, I ran a website for 10 years, I got over 1000 people per week in the last year. When I started there was only 1 other site for it.

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Originally Posted by Rockr69 View Post
He explodes
He puts a smilie on it but he's been on the Scout board, he's seen it happen. After 16+ years of Ritalin therapy it stopped working one day. I have better stuff now!


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Originally Posted by Striker36 View Post
i think if he stops taking his meds the nano-bots the guys in black suits with ear peaces injected him with in the late 60s will activate and try and connect with sky-net.

then he explodes
Shhhhh, the DOD and homeland security are watching.


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Originally Posted by Ice98 View Post
@bri
Edit button bro

@striker
are you going to end up using that prototype? you should definitely polish up the plastic OR just make it all look sort of fogged/opaque some how, either way would look cool IMO
@ Ice98. Bro, that was with the edit button. Go over to the Scout board, link in my sig line and you can see examples of what happens when I feel free to roam. One day me and Kev_b filled up 3 pages joking around, then Enigma and Rockr came on, I think we were all up 'till 2 am Pacific, that would have been what, 5a.m. for Enigma. It's the best thread on the 'net!

Hmmm, Striker must be out with his GF today.
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One day me and Kev_b filled up 3 pages joking around, then Enigma and Rockr came on, I think we were all up 'till 2 am Pacific, that would have been what, 5a.m. for Enigma. It's the best thread on the 'net!
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Shhhhh, the DOD and homeland security are watching.



Hmmm, Striker must be out with his GF today.
hehe...

not today.shes currently on her way back to school to do 10 weeks of summer research with one of her bio-chem profs. but i AM sleeping off yesterday with her we were up at 9am and didn't get in till 2:30 am. we decided to go up to the lake i spent every summer at for 16 years and walk around some of the touristy shops and stuff before she went back to school or it got killed with tourists. and then she wanted to go to some hiking trails farther north and we didn't get off the mountain till about 7:30 then we started our way back and i got a call from a friend that wanted to go to midnight shoot at a local indoor range so i came home and grabbed a couple weapons and some ammunition and we went BACK out (it was like 9:30pm at this point) so we went up and fired a few hundred rounds of .22 and several dozen 30-30. and a hand full of 9mm out of an MP5-SD (yay for rental guns and people with money ) and .40 s&w. fun night....

i might do some work on the res if i can find a hole saw for cheep and come water proof adhesive (clear) at the store today.

at the very least ill cut a section of my tube to length
Edited by Striker36 - 5/23/10 at 9:58am
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i just started thinking again... lol i think i can put the fittings on the SIDE of the tube and that would allow me to make it like a full inch and a half taller more volume means more water witch means more passive heat dissipation? sure it may only be marginal but so what? heat loss is heat loss. AND it will allow me to make things allot cleaner if i do it right. (or at all)
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i just started thinking again... lol i think i can put the fittings on the SIDE of the tube and that would allow me to make it like a full inch and a half taller more volume means more water witch means more passive heat dissipation? sure it may only be marginal but so what? heat loss is heat loss. AND it will allow me to make things allot cleaner if i do it right. (or at all)
Very minor passive heat dissipation, Acrylic has to get pretty hot before it transfers heat, the tubing is more likely to dissipate. More, if you make the water fall, which requires much more volume, like this: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ekwaekres400.html

What you hit when you put the fittings on the side is the Cyclone problem, see in that EK res, the tab at the bottom, that's to keep the water from Cycloning, it happens anytime there's an inlet and outlet close to each other but much much more when it's a cylinder. Cleaner yes, much cleaner this type of tube is extremely popular, you can mount it anywhere, which is one of the reasons why it's popular.

Here's an anti-cyclone tab, you could cut one easy: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ekwaek.html

Gotta Love a woman that shoots! Mindy is a better shot than I am with a pistol, she doesn't have 3D vision which gives her an aiming advantage but I'll beat her every time with a rifle past 100 yards.
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Very minor passive heat dissipation, Acrylic has to get pretty hot before it transfers heat, the tubing is more likely to dissipate. More, if you make the water fall, which requires much more volume, like this: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ekwaekres400.html

What you hit when you put the fittings on the side is the Cyclone problem, see in that EK res, the tab at the bottom, that's to keep the water from Cycloning, it happens anytime there's an inlet and outlet close to each other but much much more when it's a cylinder. Cleaner yes, much cleaner this type of tube is extremely popular, you can mount it anywhere, which is one of the reasons why it's popular.

Here's an anti-cyclone tab, you could cut one easy: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ekwaek.html

Gotta Love a woman that shoots! Mindy is a better shot than I am with a pistol, she doesn't have 3D vision which gives her an aiming advantage but I'll beat her every time with a rifle past 100 yards.
ill be sure to take a look at that stuff. for my rez. but i ran into some trouble with the side fittings thing. but ill have more on that later

as for shooting. my father had me shooting as soon as i could handle a .410 shotgun and i have been an avid shooter ever sence. Jina on the other hand has been 3 times all with me and Dave (the guy we were with last night) shes not too bad with my Ruger .22 revolver or my little sears special bolt action.22 (that one is close to 40 years old) but needs ALLOT more practice.
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so i draged out my phone when i was cleaning out my tool box (still working on it) and i took pictures of all kinds of stuff i think some of you might find interesting. ill post them up at lunch (when im done cleaning out my box) as a kind of not case related but work shop related update
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well today hasn't been as cramed as i was expecting as one of the delivery trucks we were expecting never actually left so i had enough time to put a pretty big dent in the clean up. i have most of my bench cleaned up and some what organized. here is some of what i found cleaning out my tool box (which i have never done)



my new space


here's my pile of junk from the 2 parts of the tool box. lots of random stuff in their.

now for some of the cooler stuff and maybe a little background if i know it.

120 year old blacksmiths tongs that were hammer forged (you can see the marks in the handles) by my grate grandfather in England.


hack saw that was my grand dads. that's about all i know on that one.


and 2 regulators and a torch for welding. my grand dad was one of the welders that worked to build the original Boston Garden and when they finished a bunch of the guys grabbed some souvenirs on the way out. they way my dad tells it his dad and 2 other guys welded ALL of the hand rails in the entire place and were told to not grind the welds down to make the seams smooth because they were perfect as they were and it would be harder to keep them clean.

my grand father died 15 years before i was born so i have no idea how true this story is.

any way. all 3 pieces still work and we use them on a regular basis. but im not good at stick and torch welding



my pneumatics dad got these in the mid 80s and they are still going as strong as the day he paid for them. they have built and rebuilt like 9 motors as well as LOADS of other things


the last tool in the set. it doesn't fit in the tray so it gets stuck underneath.


who needs a crowbar?
i dont know what the story is behind this giant pipe wrench but we have had it as long as dad can remember


and the newest tools in the box. i got them about 2 weeks ago.


and lastly arguable the most important tool in any box any where. the bottle opener. my dad glued that one to the magnet in the early 70s when he was building a drag truck with a friend of his and they kept losing it (that was confirmed by several people and pictures )




and thats all the fun stuff that i found. other than that its just your typical wrenches and screw drivers and stuff



now BACK TO CASE STUFF!

this is why i decided to NOT use the side fitting plan on the reservoir.

i have 4 more just like it... i used several combination of bit and pilot hole and step drill and they all came out similarly. i guess thats what i get for buying the cheapest stuff i can. its clearly NOT Lexan.

that's what i have for today!

questions comments and suggestions ALL WAYS welcome!

-Striker36
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Work space build part 2 tomorrow!

i left with my delivery truck to a store that closed down and was selling off most of the stuff inside and got a 97 inch long by 48 inches tall slat wall to put up in my new work shop and my boss event let me charge it to the company but yea. i didn't have time to do too much after lunch except pick of the wall


(we paid in advance for 4 other walls for other parts of the shop which is probably why he let me charge that one to the work account)
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Thought i would stick my head in here and say how sick this is looking:




This is looking sick!
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