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1561438 No.1561438 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

What do I need to know about laying tile over a plywood floor? I want to replace the linoleum in my bathroom.

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I want replace the baseboard with tile too.

>> No.1561448

>tiles not going under the base board
Holy shit, that image triggers me.

>What do I need to know about laying tile over a plywood floor?

Hours of youtube tutorials.

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1561419 No.1561419 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

was going to roll some steel for the body but how do i form and make the dome shape end dont really have tools at work to make that shape. So if anyone knows a way of doing it with hand tools i be greatfull

>> No.1561423

Cut the end off a propane tank.

>> No.1561425

the large ones are bit hard to come by in the UK or really expensive. Thanks though

>> No.1561428

Check out colin furzes video on hydro forming with a pressure washer?

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1561407 No.1561407 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I have a greenhouse kit that uses 2x2 lumber and plastic angle pieces. They attach to the ends of the 2x2s and have about a 120-degree angle to them. Think EZFrame knockoff. The whole greenhouse is 6x6x6 feet, so not large. A storm came through and blew the thing over. This damaged many of the plastic bits. I'd like to replace them with plywood gussets but I don't know how big I need to make them. They won't be supporting much weight as the thing is just covered in plastic sheeting but will have to stand up to wind. Any thoughts?

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>> No.1561445

>2x2 lumber and plastic angle pieces
>A storm came through and blew the thing over

you don't say....

>I don't know how big I need to make them

probably as large as you can without them getting in the way

>> No.1561451

When I mean blew it over I mean it pulled the stakes out of the ground and tumbled across the yard. Not that it just racked over like a cheap shelf.

>> No.1561453

how large of stakes?

even if it's temporary, you're going to want to secure it better than that

>currently have a high wind warning for tomorrow, 55-65mph winds

>> No.1561458

They were large tent stakes. 8 inches and hammered in at about 45 degrees. The main issue was the 10 days of constant high volume rain we had before the winds came. The ground was soaked so they just pulled right out of the ground. We have nice loamy soil here. I plan on using blocks in the corners to keep things stable in the future. Its been about 6 years since I built it and wind like that is uncommon here.

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and or look for some metal screw-type stakes

>Its been about 6 years since I built it
so it was meant to be permanent?

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1561393 No.1561393 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Guys, I found this bunker in my yard.
How would I go about digging it up?
I want to use it as a container to ship some shit overseas.

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>> No.1561411

>Its going to just explode.
If it can survive explosion from bombs then surely it can survive if the bunker itself explodes.

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Fuck off.

>> No.1561417

Great detective work there, Sherlock.

>> No.1561421

>generic file name
>goes on a fucking reverse image search for an obvious bait thread
come on Anon

>> No.1561426

the fug:
>"Honey? I found an air-raid shelter in the garden!"
she only had to walk over and take a look for herself. wimmin, ffs

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1561314 No.1561314 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

sup /diy/

i want to do some stupid shit that doesn't make any sense. the only way i could come up with this idea is to smoke a bong filled with brake cleaner. i didn't google but i'm going to say i did. i don't have any money. also i'm going to argue with all of you about your shitty ideas because i don't really want your help, i just want you to tell me how to do it.

how do i do this?

this will become a meme

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>> No.1561320

>This will become a meme

This thread will die. Which is the fate I wish upon OP. Sage goes in all fields.

>> No.1561321

You are just as worthless as those threads you are condemning.
Let the thread die on its own, and let those who want to talk about inane projects talk about them.

>> No.1561329

>'hurr durr i just smokeked brake cleaner and huffed glue lets make airplane-car-boat So as to achieve make meme and to troll the libs so randumb'
This is what you defended. I have no problem with inane project, but this has no outset, no goal nor any content.

A good start would be: How do I make this viable? What improvements cam be Made on this design?

>> No.1561333

>I have no problem with inane project, but this has no outset, no goal nor any content.

Let the board decide. It will die on its own.
Stop taking everything so seriously, you dont want this to become a dull militant board, an /sp/ 2.0 if you will

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1561310 No.1561310 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

was playing with the thought of making a fire extinguisher into a door/battery ram. Any ideas on how to make the handle bars?

For home defence. Spray to disorientate, and ram to inflict damage. But holding one one without any handle bars is awkward

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>> No.1561359

why don't door rams have shock absorber handles?
it should use the momentum of the ram to bust the lock, not the human

>> No.1561374

Well, they're both red and made of metal on the outside.
Should be a fine substitute, OP.
Might want to fill the extinguisher with concrete.

>> No.1561376

You interfered with natural selection and now what - that little sister is a full grown low-IQ roastie.

>> No.1561402

i think a fire extinguisher would do the job for bedroom doors, don't think about entrance doors in this case

she actually died from leukemia at the age of three but thanks for your input

>> No.1561430

>battering ram

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1561160 No.1561160 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I have several large imax posters i wanted to frame does anyone know a way to do this without a wood shop or spending over 100 dollars

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>> No.1561187

ikea doesn't seem to have anything that's even close to 4'x6'

>> No.1561217

even if the size was vaguely hinted at (it isn't the ruler isn't clear) i don't know anything about retard units anyway

i doubt you could build a glass/plexi + frame for one poster in your budget especially with no tools.
buying new is also unlikely.

possibly if you got a sheet of plexi and screwed it to the wall sandwiching the poster in there might work but would be ugly as fuck.

probably second hand is your best bet, some shitty art nobody wants you might get lucky with the size or ask at the cinema where they get frames, definitely a specialist thing.

if you want to ruin the poster just paste it straight to the wall. you can even glue some molding around it as a frame

>> No.1561339

>OP not having Bojack (((Horsemann))) version of Secretariat

>> No.1561398

Basically every outdoor ad ( BTL they call it) workshop would have aluminium profiles, that are for top and bottom edge of poster. I do not know prices in ur country, but in Poland it is not pricey.

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1561158 No.1561158 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

What it says in the title
Looking to make a quick an easy one since the portable door ones don't fit on any of my doors

>> No.1561162


go on

>> No.1561165

what part of "First ask Google, then ask /diy/" do you not understand?

>> No.1561167


>> No.1561288

Maybe Opie is like me and incredibly lazy and 4chan was already open in his browser so might as well start a new thread instead of going through the trouble of opening another tab and going to Google and searching through a bunch of Alphabet garbage.

If you’re asking this, the best route for you may be to buy one off the shelf and modify it to fit. If the width is the issue, you could buy one like in your pic and cut the bar down to make it fit.

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1561137 No.1561137 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

how do you create it?

>> No.1561145

A screen dump of a video file.
Could be done with a python script for example.

>> No.1561163

Thank, I thought about ffmpeg to extract the shots and imagemagic to tile and combine them to a single jpg.


Is there to tool to to that automated?

These tiles even don't have a name!!

>> No.1561175

http://www.suu-design.com/projects_vtm.html Video Thumbnails Maker

>> No.1561185

Thank You!

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1561125 No.1561125 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Good day /diy nosaurs.

I am negligent and careless when it comes cell phones and managed to wreck the lcd displays (glass and digitizer) on 5 Samsungs over 2018.

Apart from the lcds the phones work fine and I have a few project ideas I'd like to start on.

Only 2 of the 5 had usb debugging on before breakage. All 5 had screen unlock with pin and 3 of them have the data encryption with pin turned on. Big problem without a touchscreen interface or usb debugging to allow keyboard/mouse control or display mirroring to a pc.

Critically, 2 of these 3 have data that is not backed up and so do not wish to do a hard reset to enable usb debugging.

Long story short, I have been searching for what I am calling a FCP connector (type S21) (samsung type 21 pin FCP FOR 5-5.5" LCD display) to some sort of video out...HDMI, DVI etc so I can plug the phones into external monitors. I'm thinking that such an adaptor may not even exist. I'm hoping one of you fine chaps can inform me if this is so or not. An alternative solution or some advice on terminology to help refine further searches would be greatly aporeciated.

Pic related. And no those aren't my hands in the image. got it of google.

Thanks in advance anons

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>> No.1561200

Fuck off nigger

>> No.1561206

Thanks for the bump.

For the next time you post remember, sage goes in all fields.

>> No.1561208

give it back tyrone, that doesn't belong to you.

>> No.1561387

>Long story short, I have been searching for what I am calling a FCP connector (type S21) (samsung type 21 pin FCP FOR 5-5.5" LCD display) to some sort of video out...HDMI, DVI etc so I can plug the phones into external monitors. I'm thinking that such an adaptor may not even exist. I'm hoping one of you fine chaps can inform me if this is so or not. An alternative solution or some advice on terminology to help refine further searches would be greatly aporeciated.
It won't exist, you should expect any screen connectors to be proprietary on cells. A lot surprisingly aren't and are standard MIPI or very similar, but wouldn't get your hopes up.

>> No.1561390

Also I though they all had hdmi out adaptors in the USB charging thing?

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1561087 No.1561087 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

How would i go about making some knuckle dusters?

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>> No.1561258

That is legal for private citizens to own in the USA.

>> No.1561280

Your statement implies that any citizen in the United States can own one. This is not true, yet you still use vague language in order to make yourself sound correct and credible. You are wrong, and a poor manipulator. Opinion disregarded.

>Inb4 No, you INFERRED that!

>> No.1561284

>Your statement implies that any citizen in the United States can own one.

"It is legal for private citizens in the USA to operate motor vehicles"

I suppose that statement triggers you as well. You have to go back.

>> No.1561301

Holy shit faggot you don't need to make everything a goddamn contest to prove to everyone else that you know more about guns than they do

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We don't allow 'how to make weapons' threads on /diy/, OP, not even something as stupid as this.

Contemplate this upon the Tree of Woe.

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1561063 No.1561063 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Hey there! Board Traveller here. I need to downsize and get rid of some stands, I was thinking of putting my TV on a swing arm mount. What is a /diy/ approved product that can hold this thing that has full motion? The TV in question is a Vizio D40-D1. I just dont know where to start looking for one.

Bonus: I'd like to do something like this for my Blue Yeti mic. Is there one I can mount to the wall?

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1561045 No.1561045 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Does anyone know of a location to find free public domain garden home or empty nester home plans.

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>> No.1561435

Die in a fire asshole. I have googled and I'm just not finding anything. I imagine there is a collection of some somewhere suitable to build with. I did think some of the good people of /diy might know of something. You however.. mr google... go fuck yourself.

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1560929 No.1560929 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I live in a highly populated area and there's two community colleges that offer electrician programs. One is done by getting an apprenticeship first through JATC (either inside wireman or residential) and the other is an electrician trainee program. I've heard of people waiting years to get an apprenticeship and I'm not the best candidate as I don't have a great work history. I've only ever had a service job for about half a year. I've just been being a fuck up and going to school part time for the past 3-4 years with nothing to show for it but I want to get my shit together and I'm interested in being an electrician. The electrician trainee route seems the most viable to me right now but I'm looking for advice and opinions. Thanks

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>> No.1561218

Have fun banging your head against the wall trying to figure out the math. Unless you’re some kind of autistic genius, or you really really really hate sleep, studying EE is a full time job

>> No.1561235

What school? Is it all online?

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Forget the classes. The best education is on the job training. Get a job at a residential electrical contracting company that does new construction and service calls. After a few years, move on to a commercial electrical contracting company. If you show up on time, don't be a little whiny bitch, and learn from the electricians, you will set yourself up for a successful career.

1) In order to have the title "Electrician", you have to have a state-issued license. Everyone else is just a helper.
2) Electricians normally have five characteristics: Male, White, athletic/tall, highly intelligent, mildly insane.

>> No.1561433

>Male, White, athletic/tall, highly intelligent, mildly insane.
I've met a few black and mexican, a few females, a few fatasses and manlets, and sometimes retarded mofos that somehow passed the test.

>> No.1561461

uh huh sure. cool story bro.

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1560901 No.1560901 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Hey /diy/ I make custom translucent resin handgun grips

I’m looking for an anon that could help me make a custom 3D design for a Ruger LCR. I would commission 3D printable model for either the grip itself or a shell to mold it.

I will pay a decent amount to have to have this project created

Also, general resin molding thread:
>what have you made
>what are you planning to make
>post pressure tanks
>post failures and advice

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For example
>pic related
Has Hogue branding all over it

>> No.1560976

I can help anon
I have a 9mm LCR, to model the grip from.

>> No.1560977

Well I already have an LCR, I just need someone to actually make a 3D model

Thanks though

>> No.1560979

I'm saying I can use mine as reference for designing the grips.

>> No.1561016

Oh great! You can email me at [email protected] and we can work out the details

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1560888 No.1560888 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Are there any soft robotics artificial muscles that aren't slow as fuck to actuate, that are attainable to somebody outside a university research lab?

Or are home robotics still restricted to motors and servos?

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>> No.1561331

>>why is this the case
it just is. Shit happens. Leaks can happen if you're not careful or they start arcing through. Sometimes you just spill oil while filling them.
>>chain a bunch
very carefully. You have to be careful when you make them otherwise you get arcing between electrodes and a nice burning smell

>> No.1561354

Why don't you show everyone you're the biggest brain in the room and invent some? Couldn't take too much effort, so long as you have PhD's in physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering.

>> No.1561371

>it just is. Shit happens. Leaks can happen if you're not careful or they start arcing through. Sometimes you just spill oil while filling them.
Why fill them with oil at all? It's necessary for the self healing stick, but ignoring that can't you just use demineralized water? Should significantly increase the force too for the same voltage due to dielectric constant.

>> No.1561400

This thing?
If "single wall carbon nanotubes" tells me anything, then you're not making anything big.
The video seems to prove it, too. If it was reasonable to make something large, they would have.

>> No.1561401

If it's not DARPA shit, then researchers are very much open to questions.
If you have a real and non-retarded question, then email them. Check your spam too.

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1560859 No.1560859 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I have a 1989 chevy truck that won't start. I went to start it and it made a loud terrible sound but did start 1 time now it just makes a light clicking sound and doesn't turn over at all.

I was sure it was the starter so i took it off and had it checked and they said it was a good starter. So i have no idea what the problem is.

*the battery and alternator are new all connections are clean and tight

Any ideas what it could be?

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>> No.1560881

Does battery have a charge? If so it may be the alternator. I've had this happen to me once.

>> No.1560882

The noise was probably your starter pinon not disengaging from the starter ring.

As far as your no start, charge your battery. It doesn't mean crap if your battery is new or old, if it has low voltage its not going to start. Probably 90% of the time if you have clicking and no start its a low battery. If you don't have a charger get a jump to start.

>> No.1561406

They are definitely wrong. Sounds like a bad solenoid on the starter motor.

Could also be the starter coil, but that won't explain the original noise.

>> No.1561416

Bad solinoid
Bendix trashed
Or bolt fell out allowing starter to shift

Remove starter and test solinoid and that the gear can move out and back. Or just take the whole thing to Autozone or one of the places that test that for free.

>> No.1561462

Clicking is normally a dead battery.

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1560832 No.1560832 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

At much grandmas, how do I take this union coupling off, it’s leaking pretty bad.

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>> No.1560852


your grandma spends that much on Dependz every week son.

>> No.1560880

Push in real hard on the dark grey part in the end and pull on the pipe. If it's been in there a while, you may have to use something to put force on it. I usually just use a wrench just big enough to fit over the hose/pipe.

>> No.1560885

>they make a special tool
For small ones on copper or plastic lines you just need an open-ended socket wrench that's the same gap size as the tubing. You just have to push the release ring and pull the tubing out of the connector.

>> No.1560899

Then cut it out and get a new one. Fucken hell man, some people

>> No.1561454

This isn’t OP, it turned out to be a non serviceable filter. Just put a different coupling on. Thx friends

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1560823 No.1560823 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

0. Electrics ≠ electronics. Mains wiring goes to /qtddtot/ or /sqt/. PC assembly to >>>/g/.
1. Do your own homework. Re-read all documentation/datasheets related to your components/circuits, and do an honest web search, before asking.
2. Pics > 1000 words. Post relevant schematic/picture/sketch/9001.5 hours in MS Paint with all part numbers/values/etc. when asking for help. Focus/lighting counts.
3. Read posts fully. Solve more problems than you create.
4. /ohm/ is an anonymous, non-smoking general

>I'm new to electronics, where to get started?
It is an art/science of applying principles to requirements. Find problem, learn principles, design and verify solution, build, test, post results, repeat

>Project ideas:

>Principles (by increasing skill level):
Mims III, Getting Started in Electronics
Platt, Make: Electronics
Geier, How to Diagnose & Fix Everything Electronic
Kybett & Boysen, All New Electronics Self-Teaching Guide
Scherz & Monk, Practical Electronics for Inventors
Horowitz and Hill, The Art of Electronics

>Design/verification tools:
NI Multisim
iCircuit for Macs
KiCAD (pcb layout software, v5+ recommended)

Mouser, Digi-Key, Arrow, Newark, LCSC (global)
RS Components (Europe)
eBay/AliExpress sellers, especially good for component assortments/sample kits (caveat emptor)
Local independent electronics distributors

>Related YouTube channels:


>Li+/LiPo batteries
Read this exemplary resource first: https://www.robotshop.com/media/files/pdf/hyperion-g5-50c-3s-1100mah-lipo-battery-User-Guide.pdf
>I have junk, what do?
Take it to the recycler.


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>> No.1561465

>can you easily sub in your tester cap
unfortunately, I cannot. The test cap has no legs left :/

>do the rails stay up
will measure this tomorrow. what would the implication be if not? bad filter caps? I already added filter caps by alligator clipping - I did not notice any change in behavior.

>are the V1a plate and cathode resistors in agreement with print values? is the pre volume pot good, and connected to 0V? are the jacks clean?
yes to all

>> No.1561466

>The SNx4HC165 devices are 8-bit parallel-load shift registers that, when clocked, shift the data toward a serial (QH) output.

Very nice. However, I was just thinking about possible applications for the 4017 outside of typical led chaser/blinker gadgets.
I think the CD4017 would be even more useful if its outputs were open collectors instead of push-pull. That would save a lot of diodes in certain applications. Does any company produce such counter IC?

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Output stage now in the feedback path.

>> No.1561470

got no scope, but why a hair dryer? what kind of fixing tactic is this? I don't get it.

This is only my second tube amp ever (even if I had played this kind of marshall amp before...) and the first for me to actually have to tinker with, sorry for not understanding everything.

>> No.1561474

Many unstable faults are related to a change of temperature.

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1560815 No.1560815 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Flat roofer here, anyone else with kind of shitty jobs (although admittedly I am paid extremely adequately for how low the barrier to entry is)? Everyone here can't be an electrician

Although I'll take roofing any day over when I was 18 removing old septic tanks for a construction company. Easily the worst summer of my life. Got paid fuckall too ($12/hr, which is nothing here in Canada), and could pretty much always taste shit in my mouth.

Pic related, the section were doing today (no I did not cut out that curb before anyone mentions the butcher job on it). Also, normally we don't tie up our stripping like that with string, but the masons have to come cut in scuppers so we couldn't glue the wall up, but wanted to get the membrane welded to the perimeter plates (it looks stupid af, but kept it out of our way so I guess it's not that stupid)

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>> No.1561033

I worked in a chicken plant at 18z That was filth work that’s hard on the body.

Now I’m a rod buster for the last month.
It’s back breaking work, and I need to get into a new trade. I don’t see myself being able to not be a broken mans from a 35 year long career of this.

>> No.1561034

I remember you from another thread, Glad to hear you are at least thinking about taking care of your body. Now while its fresh in your head google up a simple resume and fill it out, then send it out to any companies you or trades you might be interested in.

>> No.1561126


Why did you get shit in your mouth fagggot?

>> No.1561132

Had to work in a call center as a student.
This was the worst to me, count dankula did on video on that and it's spot on.

>> No.1561142

I do general maintenance for social housing tenants in a British city.

I have to come face to face with all the chavs, the drug addicts, the alcoholics, the disabled people, the clinically insane and foreigners who struggle to speak English you might expect to encounter in a British council estate.

They aren’t all bad people, but a lot of them are and they’re usually the ones who are having problems.

It isn’t a bad job at all, the money and hours are good and the workload isn’t too bad, the place is disorganised as fuck and most people aren’t interested in trying to work in a remotely efficient or helpful manner, but then there is only as much pressure put on you as you’re prepared to take on. Some people quite easily get away with doing very little work and a bad job of it.

Facing all of the poverty can be quite depressing at times, but it also makes you appreciate what you have as well.

It’s quite insightful to see how the underclass live really and I will never understand how or why some of them end up the way that they do.

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