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Unknownsailor 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cheaper when I bought them, this was 3 or more years ago. I know prices have come down. I have a 12tb drive in an external enclosure for "deep" storage. My NAS has 4 x 6TB in it.

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Unknownsailor 10 points ago +10 / -0

Look up hundredhanders, they have been doing an underground guerilla campaign for years.

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Unknownsailor 2 points ago +2 / -0

I was one of those people who used Windows Home Server, which had a drive pooling option like this, so when WHS went out of support, I had to find a different way of pooling drives, like the original WHS had. DrivePool was one of two that did it, and I now have 4 paid licenses for it. :) I used it with WHS 2011, and when that went out of support I switched to Server 2016. JBOD has always been my preferred way to do storage, as messing with RAID is just too much work.

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Unknownsailor 3 points ago +3 / -0

There are a few women on IG with the genetics and the youth to pull off the current big boobs small waist big ass look, but 99% of the other women posting there don't have the genes to pull it off. So, they fake it.

I used to follow a bunch of booby gramers, but I unfollowed them all after a while.

All I follow there now is gun related stuff, like James Yeager, Aimpoint, Kinghthawk, stuff like that. I don't use IG as a soft porn site any more.

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Unknownsailor 9 points ago +9 / -0

I've had funny behavior from Twitter for a while now, constant pop overs, not being able to follow internal Twitter links to conversations in the same browser tab.

Everyone should delete all twitter related cookies in their cache. It seems to clear things up, or at least it did for me.

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Unknownsailor 4 points ago +4 / -0

I use StableBit Drivepool to make logical storage pools out of groups of smaller HDs. I use 3 and 4 TB drives, since they are cheap, and pool 4 or more of them together to make one pool. For redundancy, I have 4 machines with pools set up with pools big enough to store my entire 10tb media library. To keep them all synced, I use SyncbackSE.

This is the system I settled on years ago, and it works for me. I understand that not everyone has spare machines they can throw half a dozen hard drives into, but I do, so that is what I do.

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Unknownsailor 5 points ago +5 / -0

I just read this, and it discusses the concept of a national divorce, left from right.

In short, they (the woke left) won't let the right leave. Any time someone suggests it, the woke have a frothing at the mouth conniption fit.

It will, as it has repeatedly been stated, come down to blood. The woke are going to have to be told, "We're leaving. We're not asking, and if you try to follow, we'll kill you." This won't stop them, of course, so it will have to be enforced at the point of a gun.

As Billy Beck said in 2009, All politics in this country now is just dress rehearsal for civil war.

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Unknownsailor 5 points ago +5 / -0

I'm just waiting on them to piss off someone with the knowledge to melt a PayPal data center to the ground when PayPal stiffs them. I'm surprised it hasn't happened yet, actually.

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Unknownsailor 7 points ago +7 / -0

Paypal did precisely this to firearms and firearms accessories dealers in 2002 when Paypal decided to ban the use of their service for all firearms transactions.

This is literally behavior that is 2 decades old with them.

Even ultra lefty Arstechnica commentators were scorching Paypal in the story they had on this.

I have an account with them, but 1) its not linked to my primary bank account 2) I transfer any money I get out into the credit union account i have linked to it 3) I only use it to receive "friend to friend" payments for stuff I buy online from private sellers.

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Unknownsailor 9 points ago +9 / -0

In a way, she isn't wrong, it is just that the power grab is not what she thinks it is. The USSC just let the federal government dictate to health care workers that they can be forced to take an injection as a condition of employment.

What I predict will happen from this is that parts of the medical care industry will start to divest itself from dealing with Medicare and Medicaid patients, and won't take that money. Concierge care is already a growing industry, with doctors and hospitals that don't take insurance of any kind, freeing themselves from the strings that come with accepting 3rd party payment.

Our current employee provided health care system is derived from the wage controls FDR implemented for WWII, where employers had to find a way to compete for workers outside of wages. So, they started to offer health insurance to attract employees.

Health insurance needs to be actual insurance again, something you use in a life altering event that you can't plan for, like cancer or a heart attack.

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Unknownsailor 3 points ago +3 / -0

Linus and Luke from LTT tried to game on linux for a month.

It didn't go well.

Linux still has a long way to go to be a viable play-anything-on-a-whim platform, and to be frank, due to the nature of the way Linux is developed, I don't see that changing in the near future.

Your sales figures are indicative of that, only the hardest of hard core geeks drive linux for daily driving and gaming.

I personally have flirted with the idea of going linux full time, but I am long past the stage in my own relationship with tech that I find tinkering for the sake of tinkering fun. I just want games to work, and I can't get that with linux.

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Unknownsailor 4 points ago +4 / -0

IRC, baby. Anyone can run a server. Or, if you just have to have voice, mumble.

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Unknownsailor 9 points ago +9 / -0

All of it, just like in the US. Antifa is much more violent in Germany, if you can believe it.

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Unknownsailor 12 points ago +12 / -0

Islam is right about thieves.

Weld the box cars shut, and this will stop. Or, shoot a few looters. Very publicly.

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Unknownsailor 1 point ago +1 / -0

She is the type of person who says men carry a concealed weapon to compensate for the size of their dick.

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Unknownsailor 6 points ago +6 / -0

That lying women don't get smoked more often is a mystery to me.

This dude, for instance, was lied about for years. I would never have put up with that, personally.

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Unknownsailor 3 points ago +3 / -0

Never forget that about 80 percent of people who "read the news" never go beyond the headline.

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Unknownsailor 2 points ago +2 / -0

For those who haven't been following the news, the USSC did indeed let the injunction stand against the OSHA mandate, stating that the mandate was beyond the authority of OSHA, and did not enjoin the CMS mandate, stating that enduring patient safety was within the authority of the CMS.

Now is the time where you need to lessen your need for medical care, because if you need it, it might not be there in the very near future because of staffing.

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Unknownsailor 15 points ago +15 / -0

“Wonderful, more stupid Blacks to rob me in the street,” read one comment in Portuguese, which received 19 likes.

It's not like people can't infer cause and effect from their real world experiences, or anything. /sarc

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Unknownsailor 7 points ago +7 / -0

300 non-practitioners and intellectual hangers on REEEEEEEEE at someone saying something they don't like.

What is the history of major advances in science? One ostracized dude with a novel theory that runs counter to established narrative that eventually gets proven right in the end. The guy who came up with the germ theory of disease was one such dude, he was forcibly committed and died in an insane asylum. We all know about Galileo. Alfred Wegener came up with plate tectonics in 1912, and was dismissed.

Establishment science always attacks the novel theory. These 300 people are no different, and are just as wrong as those in the past.

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Unknownsailor 3 points ago +3 / -0

But does he like candy? :D

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Unknownsailor 6 points ago +6 / -0

Like Glenn Reynolds from Instapundit says, I will start to believe that climate change is a potential catastrophe when those who say it is start living like it is.

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