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2624512 No.2624512 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

This is from a peristaltic pump, how do you call it

>> No.2624513

By phone usually.

>> No.2624515


>> No.2624537

>how do you call it
snap ring or retaining ring, but it looks like a specialty item so it won't be in stock anywhere and BOOM GOES THE DYNAMITE

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2624496 No.2624496 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Why would a digital camera make weird pictures like this? Is this repairable?

>> No.2624499

flash the firmware numnutz

>> No.2624520

Electrical infeterence.

>> No.2624522

oh yeah you just have to change that setting
works for me

>> No.2624534

is this a... reference to the bag full of candy bars greentext?

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2624472 No.2624472 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I'm so done with fashion industry and boring ass clothes. Does anyone have guides, techniques, lists of materials or anything to get started?

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>I'm so done with fashion industry and boring ass clothes

Just use your instincts bro

>> No.2624479

burlap sacks

>> No.2624514

Sewing machine, serger, fabric scissors, tailor's snips, iron, ironing board, sleeve ham, body ham, fashion fabric, muslin, tailor's tape, ruler, hip curve ruler, arm scythe ruler, tracing paper, patterns, thread, interfacing, tailor's chalk, tracing paper, tracing wheel, hand needles, thimble, bobbins, pins, pressing cloth, serger thread cones, paper scissors, etc.
Techniques: measuring, pattern adjustment, pretreating fabric, pressing, marking, pattern drafting, hand sewing, machine sewing, button holes, sewing buttons, inserting zippers, grading seams, seam finishing, easing, gathering, hemming, inserting linings, using interfacing, collar sewing, turn of cloth, burrito method, piping, bias binding, hanging bias fabric, matching patterns and stripes, grainlines, napped fabrics, etc.
Take a sewing class at a local community College or from a sewing store. Watch videos. Practice. Practice some more. Buy books/get from library. Practice more.

>> No.2624523

Just have to get some material. Some needle & thread. Line it all up, cut out what needs to be cut out and BOOM you're done

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Get a pattern, get the stuff that the pattern calls for, and just start sewing. You will make mistakes. You will learn a lot. You will improve. You will make your own clothes.
About hmmm 4 years ago or so, I said the same thing: the fashion industry sucks, this clothes is made with shoddy fabric, the prints are all stupid and will be out of style next year, it's getting super expensive to buy this shoddy clothes too; I was done with it. So I started sewing my own wardrobe one garment at a time (now granted, I've been sewing for like 18 yrs of my life--so I had a lot of prior experience before 4 yrs ago, but still: 4 yrs of consistent sewing is what I mean). Now I have pretty much exclusively only self-sewn things in my closet, with the exception of knitted sweaters (I'm not there yet) and expensive high-end traditionally classic clothing that won't ever go out of style. It is not an impossible feat. It just takes time and a bit of planning.

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2624459 No.2624459 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I’d like to create an effect of the light coming off of an indoor pool in the room.
I’ll probably put a mirror in the bottom of a kiddy pool and put some corn cob LED lights over the pool, but what can I use to automatically create waves in the water? Something not too loud.
I don’t want to use fish or an Arduino and stepper motor. I’d like a low tech option.

>> No.2624461

>. I’d like a low tech option.

eat a lot of beans

> Something not too loud.

oh well scratch that

>> No.2624462

Is this just one shot/scene?
Just move the pool by hand ... by either yourself or get an assistant.

>> No.2624498

A light shining through a shallow transparent basin up onto the subject. Be mindful of your light temp (no not K values, the actual temperature) so it doesn’t melt through the basin and destroy your light.

>> No.2624516

A simple fan or even a few fans blowing along the water should stir it up enough to create waves and reflections

>> No.2624525

yeah you just have to get some of that film and a 6v battery like what went in old flashlights
just hook it all up and BOOm you're done

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2624450 No.2624450 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I'm trying to figure out what kind of card is needed to read the digital out of this recorder. The output should be S/PDIF, I just don't know if it's on TTL or already on coax. Normally I think it's on TTL, in case there is some card ready and made to make it work on coaxial??

>> No.2624466

yeah yeah you just hook up one end to the other and boom you're done

>> No.2624469

>0 relevant infos
Don't change anon

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2624400 No.2624400 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

hey guys, so basically my grandma passed away and left me in inheritance a piece of land deep within a forest, i have no idea of what can i do with it, can you guys give me any ideas? maybe build a small house even tho i have no knowledge in building stuff like that

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>> No.2624413

Rent it out as soon as possible to the highest bidder
Free money

But first you have to check what the government allows you to do on the land

>> No.2624417

What is the size of the lot?
5+ acres and you're typically at the threshold for land use tax exemptions.

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OP I work in Fin-Tech,
below is correct.


We live in global capitalism and you've lucked your way into capital.

Think is important and use it for that. The rent is literally free money most people will not see in our broken economies and fools squander often.

>> No.2624433


Lots of details missing OP

>where is the land
>how much
>is it all in forest? What about grasslands, pasture.
>what is access like (both to the property and within it)
>what’s the soil like?

I specialize in helping landowners with Forest so I have a bit of a bias. If that’s what you have here’s your options

>have it assessed for Timber. You may be able to sell some wood while also managing the forest for long term yield
>look into local government subsidies for the same. For instance in Ontario if you have more than 10 acres of forest you can have your property taxes slashed by 75%.

>> No.2624526

Just have to get a chainsaw. Make your own lumber. Grab some nails, stick the one thing to the other thing and BOOM you're done

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2624384 No.2624384 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Any fun and entry level DIY shit i could do with basic tools to learn how to do shit? Never used a drill before

>> No.2624386

Do it yourself!! the animated basket weaving doujins

>> No.2624440

the first thing you'll need is an engine lathe, probably mid size like 16" x 54", preferably geared
this will allow you to turn your own hammer and nails
to be able to use a screwdriver, you'll want to use your mill to cut notches in round stock

everyone's first DIY project beyond that is usually a steam engine made from supplied cast iron

>> No.2624527

>Never used a drill before
So maybe get a drill. Probably need some drill bits, too. Charge your battery up, run some holes into some shit and BOOM you're done

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I don’t think the use of an anvil counts as entry level but you can just smash brass/copper into bracelets for fun.

Picrel is one I made. The lines were from a chisel and ballpeen hammer.

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2624348 No.2624348 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

any resources to become familiar with lawnmowers? There's a job opportunity to fix them for a landscaping company, pay and all is very appetizing.

>> No.2624353

find them on the side of the road and try to make them run again without buying any parts. you'll learn you don't want anything to do with them. fuck small engines and fuck carbeurators

>> No.2624419

if only there was some global network of computers in which might reside the knowledge of the literally thousands of instructional opportnities for small engine repair
or, perhaps, house the very knowledge itself for use by the autodidact
ohh, but it would be useless if undiscoverable
one would need some kind of search ability to locate this engine knowldge
you'd best just give up now and go back to moisture farming

>> No.2624529

oh yeah you just make sure the thing is hooked up to the carb and you pull the thing to check the spark and once that's over you test the blade and BOOM you're done

>> No.2624545

I actually learned a lot about this on howstuffworks.com in the beginning of my studies. It will help you come to understand the basic parts like carburetors, ignition coils, valves, etc. Once you come to understand the purpose and function of the basic parts, you'll rapidly gain an understanding of the diagnostic flow when someone says "It won't start!"

>is it sparking?
>carb clean and fuel good?
>free flowing intake and exhaust?

If you have spark, fuel, and compression then the engine will run.
That said, unfortunately new lawnmowers are so damned cheap that there's little money to be made on flipping them unless you can get lots of easily fixable mowers for free. All the higher value units are under warranty for commercial users.

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2624328 No.2624328 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I have a small fridge with an ice box at the top. How can I modify it so that it doesn't make ice, but still keeps the fridge cold?

>> No.2624530

oh i did that once you just open up the back and disconnect the thing but then pull the other one out and BOOM you're done

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2624305 No.2624305 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

This is a picture of the skirting on my ceiling. How would you go about fixing it?

It's my house, and I'm trying to fix the imperfections before painting it. I'm thinking of cleaning it up with a chisel and using either plaster or silicone to fill it, then paint over.

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You can use a chisel or scraper or utility knife to remove any loose material and then caulk the edges with painters caulk (not silicone) and smooth it with a wet sponge or your finger to get a uniform bead and to pack it up into any gaps and crevices.
Plaster will just shrink and crack/ crumble eventually and silicone doesn't take paint well.
Picrel is what you want, just basic caulk.

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I went to the store and got an equivalent of what you suggested, by fluke it's nearly colour matched, but will paint on top

>> No.2624399


Clean up the edges with a paint scrapper. Tidy it up with a bit of 220 grit sand paper, Fill the gap with Caulk and paint it.


>> No.2624531

oh that's real easy you just get some of that stuff and mix in a little water (but not too much) and slap it on there. run a bead of caulk and BOOM you're done.

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2624298 No.2624298 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Don’t see one.

The elbow on picrel keeps popping apart. I thought the top of the elbow would be threaded but there is nothing there. How are these supposed to work?

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>> No.2624500

Built a deck, assembled furniture, used as a powered screwdriver, made holes in the wall

>> No.2624509

>made holes in the wall
My white boyfriend does that and he doesn't even own a drill

>> No.2624510

what's a toe tester?

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This thing, I don't even use it but it being broken still irritates me to no end

>> No.2624519

>It’s been fine for 10 years
I'd bet it's a pin and not a bolt
if there's a hole in the post, you can pass a heavy paper clip through there
or a trailer hitch pin

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2624258 No.2624258 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

How hard is one of these to install for the layman? Is it worth it to buy a heat pump mini-split as opposed to the A/C only versions even if you already have propane heat? Seems like they are pretty much all heat pumps, plus the tax credits... just seemed kinda dumb to buy heating ability when I already have propane boiler/in-floor heat.

>> No.2624265

>currently sitting under the cool breeze of my 4 zone diy mrcool pondering the haters boiling in the stew of their own bodily filth
Do it anon

>> No.2624290

>How hard is one of these to install for the layman?
You need HVAC freon loicense, or way to get gas in case you accidentally into the air.
> Is it worth it to buy a heat pump mini-split as opposed to the A/C only versions even if you already have propane heat?
Heatpump is 100% worth it, because it costs about as much as propane to run, but you won't run out of electricity. Depends.
>Seems like they are pretty much all heat pumps
Yes, because they are sold worldwide, and people like to use them for heat in warm places. And even cold.
A valve that turns AC into heatpump is really cheap, like 10 USD on aliexpress, so they tend to install it anyway.

>> No.2624291

Oh yeah, multi-split is hard. One mini-split - easy.
If you're gonna do it, here are couple suggestions:
1) get copper tubing bender (to avoid kinks)
2) apply refrigeration oil on flaring tool before flaring
3) apply refrigeration oil on thread when tightening nuts.
If you dont have AC oil, you can use engine oil or whatever, just dont use lots of it.

>> No.2624346

>but you won't run out of electricity
until you do
Viz texas

>> No.2624532

Oh man those are easy as fuck you just lay it out where it's supposed to go drill some holes to run them lines through and BOOM you're done

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2624255 No.2624255 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I've been cooming on the same spot on my desk for the past year without wiping it down afterwards and now there is a thick resin like substance that's stuck to the surface of my desk. I tired to scrap it off, but it's like trying to chip away at stone I'm afraid of damaging the desk. Is there any nonabrasive solvent that will dissolve it?

>> No.2624256

You're afraid of damaging the desk?

>> No.2624287

Yeah it's my cousin's desk I borrowed and I need to give it back to her

>> No.2624307

well thats a cheap piece of shit melamine board. you could spend 5 dollars on 91 iso and scrub it off with the thin laminate coating. you could likewise just measure the diameter of the desk and replace the entire desktop for about 20 dollars.

>> No.2624312

Will that damage the surface? I don't want her questioning why there's a stain or scratches there.

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2624242 No.2624242 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

are we allowed to watch and enjoy content from a creator without agreeing with all of their beliefs and opinions? like they do something clearly wrong and retarded...can we just shrug and continue?

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>> No.2624467

Is reddit where I can go and get a bunch of random retards telling me to ignore my doctor's advice?

>> No.2624474

>Is reddit where I can go and get a bunch of random retards?

>> No.2624493

ChuckE2009 was great for welding advice but he went hard white nationalist, as in all his videos were 90% WN content 10% welding content.
Sad that whenever people get a soapbox they throw it away to spew rhetoric. It's unprofessional especially when spewing rhetoric is not what made you famous.

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Absolutely assblasted. Didn't read your zog essays, btw.

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2624226 No.2624226 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Can I weld exhaust pipe with a stick welder?

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>> No.2624254

Flux core is ugly, and the wire costs more than solid core wire.
So relative to standard MIG, its sucky and nobody likes it.
The problem is, nobody is actually comparing it to Stick, because nobody fucking uses stick. Its dudes who have high end MIG machines running gas calling it shit.
They are also calling Stick garbage too.

Fluxcore is actually cleaner and prettier (marginally) than stick is.

>> No.2624421

the hot glue of welding
gross, but effective
if you're mostly interested in hobby craft

>> No.2624426

I used a hobart handler 140 with flux for a long time, and managed to do some exhaust work, but it sucked and I had pinholes (I am not by any margin a good welder). I swapped to 75/25 and have never had that problem again on anything. That said, If I'm doing exhaust work...I'm just buying a tig welder, or taking it to someone who has one.

>> No.2624470

It works, but you need to know what to do, have a professional welding machine and very thin sticks which again require alot of skill.

Protip: You can oxy-acetylene weld or braze exhaust.

>> No.2624495

I have heard flux core is best for welding outdoors because it produces its own shielding gas at the weld. Gas MIG can have the gas blown away by wind when working outdoors. So there is an application for it. Also it's useful to include with a new welder because you can play with the welder right out the box before finding a gas bottle.
t. Also have a Hobart 140 for automotive, used the included flux core to weld back on a broken 1/4" steel tab for a sway bar end link. Never personally tried welding outside though.

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2624198 No.2624198 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

All my tools were recently thrown away (just a hodgepodge of cheap/free shit I acquired over the years) and I have a $2k budget to resupply. I just spent $1k at Home Depot on various Makita tools, but think I'm going to return everything, save for the free batteries. Picrel looks like a good deal, but honestly I don't have any projects lined up atm just feel a bit naked without power tools. Should I wait til holiday season? Any advice on good deals rn?

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>> No.2624297

Milwaukees M12 line kicks ass, with all sorts of small random useful tools. No other 12v line comes even close.

>> No.2624299

Can that line even drill a screw through a 2x4, or cut one with the circular saw?

>> No.2624303

>or cut one with the circular saw?

I have a M18 Fuel circular saw and it cuts noticeably slower than a corded saw. It is handy when you need it tho.

>> No.2624304

Well yes, sure. But you buy into the M12 for the oddball random tools, not for a standard circular saw or drill.

>> No.2624505

man, you Burgers have it easy
i recently spent over 1500€ on blue Bosch impact, angle grinder, perforator and saw and 4 8Ah batteries

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2624144 No.2624144 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

So for context, my CRT TV identifies as a grayscale CRT, despite being born a color TV. I want to for the 100th time take it apart and see if there's anything sus looking that I replace or reflow the solder on in the hopes of fixing it. I got sick of discharging it via screwdriver so I made this....thing.

Will dumping a bunch of electricity down the earth pole of an outlet flip the main breaker (considering that only ground is connected)? My electrician friend was kinda unsure about it, I think he said something about the breaker measuring the diff between neutral and earth and as neutral isn't connected it might be fine.

t. retard who repairs his electronics but doesn't know anything about electricity

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>> No.2624415

Ok, thanks!
>alligator clip
Sure, but I had a bunch of spare plugs and no alligator clips so this was cheaper to do.

Haha, this is just a small CRT monitor that I have hooked up to my Commodore 64, amongst other things. I actually prefer the way colors look on CRT over LCD, but my other monitors are LCD, for obvious reasons.

>> No.2624439

as long as the tv isn't plugged in it will be fine.
current imbalance protective devices like GFCI operate on a difference in current detected between line and neutral, you aren't connecting anything to either of those.
if your tv was plugged in and charging the cap when you short it then some of the line current would leak to earth and it would trip a GFCI.
overcurrent protection typically is on line only, not ground. so that won't trip either.
you put some impedance in that thing right? put a couple megaohms in it and it won't bang when you use it, but you have to hold it on for a couple seconds.

>> No.2624504

>you put some impedance in that thing right?
Uhhhhhhhhhh nope. I was actually considering it but decided I lack the electrical knowledge to try and would rather be certain it Just Works (TM).

How would I go about doing that? Resistors? A lightbulb? I feel like I'd need something more beefy than the tiny hobbyist through-hole resistors I've got, but maybe that would be fine since it's just going to have power for a couple of seconds.

In case this is of any importance - the "crt anal probe" was made from a tent stake (that I've tested actually conducts electricity), and a stranded copper wire that I've wrapped and soldered around the tent stake hook. The solder job might be suboptimal as it was hard to heat the tent stake enough with just my tiny soldering iron - I ended up using candles to heat an area close to but not at where I was soldering, in order to up the temperature but not contaminate the soldering area, and I also used a ton of flux/soldering grease. The solder job should stick, if it doesn't I'll have to come up with some better way to solder this.

>> No.2624506

Oh and I also filed and roughed up the area I was soldering to, in order to remove the top layer of metal and increase the chances of it sticking and making good contact

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Picrel is without electrical tape

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2624051 No.2624051 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

First off, I know that the numbers aren't accurate, but getting accurate numbers is too much effort to add nothing to the concept.

So this system where you funnel 100lbs of water down from 10x10in to 1x1in should theoretically raise the water pressure to 100psi. But it doesn't. Why not? I know I'm dumb for asking this but there's no stupid questions. So what's missing to make this not work?

I'm trying to design something to use just the weight of water and gravity to increase water pressure, without electricity or anything, so if there's any ways to do that, please tell me

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>> No.2624143

>Are you sure that's right?
You sound vaxxinated.

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not an expert on burger units but isn't psi pound-force and not pounds?
you're correct that the pressure from the weight from your object would increase by a factor of 100 but hydrostatic pressure is only dependent on the height. just think of it as a one square inch tube that goes from bottom to the top. it has a weight and exerts a force on that one square inch.
but i'm not going to do hydrostatic calculations in burger units, i don't hate myself that much yet

>I'm trying to design something to use just the weight of water and gravity to increase water pressure, without electricity or anything, so if there's any ways to do that, please tell me
here, what do i win? but you're not going to get any flow rate out of this. not sure what you're trying to achieve and depending you're going to violate the first law

>> No.2624158

oh wait i suppose you could drain the upper reservoir once it's in its lowest position, raise the piston with a spring, refill whatever you want pressurised, and fill the reservoir again to repeat the process, but honestly i'd just get a pump

>> No.2624168

Just put a lid on it and attach an air compressor to it. Then you can pressurize it to whatever you like without needing four more years of engineering school.

>> No.2624208

....or just get a pump

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2624047 No.2624047 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I need to make several 1-3/8" holes in some stainless steel drums. Did I fuck up by buying this ($179) over a step bit or holesaw?

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>> No.2624225

I've posted this before, but make sure there is no residual flammable material in the drum when you drill the hole, especially if it is closed head. People blow out their eardrums or worse all the time when a tiny bit of gasoline or solvent is left over in the drum and they drill into it and make a spark.

Sorry, I don't know about your choice of tool, just don't want to see someone go deaf over this.

>> No.2624247

I would have got a nice hole saw, or look for a used mag drill+cheap annular cutter.

If the drums are thin a holesaw would have done fine.

>> No.2624301

Should I just ask my local machinist to do it, and can I make sure it’s not a bomb before bringing it to him?

>> No.2624302

He’s really reasonable, last time I asked him to drill a 1.5” hole through 1/4” stainless it was only $12, but it was just a tiny little tri clamp cap, a drum would be harder to deal with I’m sure

>> No.2624491


Yeah just tell him multiple times that its not a bomb and that even though you are very upset with specific groups of people you would never actually cause them any harm. Then tell him how you would actually go about making a bomb so he knows that the device you are building is in fact not actually a bomb. Might be helpful to show him pictures of what they actually look like off your phone too.

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2624029 No.2624029 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

How profitable is gold refining and selling your own bars?

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>> No.2624180

ok i will FUCKER

>> No.2624191

You can just say it's stolen.

>> No.2624192
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You will never be a foundry.

>> No.2624271

Shhhhh, we don't say that around it.

>> No.2624316





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