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/r/news/comments/10w0sly/new_jersey_officer_charged_after_allegedly/j7lot7t/

I suspect any vest restrictions would get struck down by the supreme court. Something about George Washington wearing linen or something. Who even knows with those cats.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on February 7, 2023 13:29:49
/r/comics/comments/10w6xmv/so_rude/j7llu8o/

Well, have you apologized yet?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/comics on February 7, 2023 13:10:29
/r/news/comments/10w0sly/new_jersey_officer_charged_after_allegedly/j7llfeq/

There is no standard issue. Some departments issue firearms, some reimburse for a private purchase. Typically however it's either a 9mm or a .40 cal, which are actually pretty similar. A level 2 or 3a vest will stop pretty much any handgun round though.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on February 7, 2023 13:07:48
/r/funny/comments/10w3wzv/inflation_is_tearing_my_family_apart/j7lkxj5/

Oh we get those at the regular grocery here in SoCal like, pretty regularly.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on February 7, 2023 13:04:33
/r/news/comments/10w0sly/new_jersey_officer_charged_after_allegedly/j7lk4x4/

Cops don't use .45's by and large, and it hasn't been standard issue for anyone since about WW2. Not to take away from your point, but when people making pro-regulation arguments get the very basic stuff wrong, *that's* the thing the 2a fetishists are going to latch on to. They'll say you have no idea what you're talking about, so your opinion should be invalid. It's an effective tactic, so if you're going to talk specifically about guns, how they work, what they are called, etc, it's worth educating yourself and being informed. If you ever want to completely derail a 2a conversation, just call a magazine a "clip", or an AR-15 an assault rifle. You'll be so bogged down in semantics whatever point you originally had will disappear in all of the "well, actually..." Comments you get in response.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on February 7, 2023 12:59:17
/r/offbeat/comments/10w4pv7/surprise_in_canada_as_nyc_buses_migrants_to/j7lhmy4/

California is largely pro immigration, shares a border with Mexico and manages just fine. The economy benefits from immigration, especially the ag sector. The difference is that Californians aren't openly hostile to immigrants and looks at asylum seekers as a humanitarian issue, not a security one IMO. It's also worth noting that NYC has a lot of immigrants both legal and otherwise. If you want to end illegal immigration just make it a felony to knowingly or negligently hire them. They did it in Alabama. You should look at how that turned out for them.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on February 7, 2023 12:43:17
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7iiltz/

They have access to everything. The clinic I worked at used a lot of Fentanyl due to the amount of trauma and terminal patients we had. Really though a vet with a DEA number can order whatever they want.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 20:05:02
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hqp11/

In a super weird way it's almost cathartic to be able to just walk dogs and clean kennels.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 16:51:29
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hqj3t/

The drugs used for euthanasia are totally unfun barbiturates mixed with lethal doses of electrolytes. Nobody is abusing that shit.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 16:50:26
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hqeif/

As a former vet tech that has dealt with PETA in the past, they suck. They're difficult to work with, want you to conform to their schedules, and their procedures, and frankly they're mostly high on their own supply. Of all the animal rights organizations I'd support, PETA isn't even on the list.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 16:49:38
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hq3v1/

Seconded. I only did 10 years, but I can't go back. Maybe if I had made a living wage, but when you're making less than $20/hr and you're the highest paid tech in town, well, there's a pretty stark ceiling.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 16:47:45
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hpvda/

Usually technicians have to register the pets they own to avoid this exact situation. When I was a tech I listed my pets on the application and if I adopted a pet then I had to update things. You can't just apply your discount any more than a server can give every customer their employee discount, or a car dealership can give everyone the wholesale price.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 16:46:16
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hpm93/

It's a measured designed to eliminate scammers and freeloaders. Veterinary medicine is already pretty low on margins. If you're known as the vet that will treat for free then everyone on a fixed income in a hundred mile radius is going to overwhelm your clinic with charity cases. If you're concerned about these kinds of situations, there are usually non-profit rescues you can donate to. You won't. Almost nobody does. But you could, instead of blaming the veterinarian. No vet or vet tech is happy to turn away a patient over money. It's just a shitty reality to a shitty situation.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 16:44:38
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hp0p1/

The plural of anecdote kinda *is* evidence, as long as the anecdote can be verified, right? The real problem with anecdotal evidence isn't that it's not evidence, it's that it lacks context.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 16:40:51
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hoqyz/

I thought equine vets were on a weird horseshoe shaped graph when it came to compensation. The top of the top were.the best paid, think dressage horses and the like, but most were scratching out a living doing farm work.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 16:39:10
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hnv1j/

Entertainment was an odd thing to fall in to, but I've been successful probably in part because we had so many emergencies. At least now when someone is freaking out, I can say without any irony "calm down, it's just a show. Not like this is life or death."

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 16:33:38
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7hbrrf/

The vet I worked with went to a school in Montana or Wyoming or something. One of those very rural cattle states, so that may have had an impact. I can't imagine many going to school in more urban states have the same kinds of programs. Or maybe her instructor was a sadist.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 15:17:27
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7h74ek/

My understanding is that vets in a lot of programs still have to learn how to euthanize horses and cows with a firearm. It was pretty traumatic for one vet I worked with, but at the same time it's shockingly easy to screw up. I definitely don't envy rural vets.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 14:48:13
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7h6pym/

One of my very favorite patients was named Ollie. Great doggo name. Sorry for your loss.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 14:45:44
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7gstz8/

You should volunteer. It's how I scratch that itch, and the amount of good one knowledgeable (and free) technician can do in a few hours for a non-profit or a shelter is immense. Plus you get to pick how much you can handle. If you have the time, consider it. Kind of best of both worlds in an odd way.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 13:18:22
/r/TrueReddit/comments/10v87x6/i_never_understood_why_veterinarians_are_at_such/j7gfoxs/

Yep. Was a vet tech at an emergency hospital. Euthanasia was a lot of the job. A lot of vets also leave their techs out to dry on this kinda thing, and it was up to us to be reaper, therapist, and mortician. I could probably have forgiven all of this if I wasn't making poverty wages to work overnights. I work in entertainment now.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on February 6, 2023 11:54:52
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/10ta3p5/whats_up_with_bill_nye_the_science_guy/j78nlbu/

> but I think nearly anybody who had any decent education in science would rather listen to a real scientist That is not the audience for people like Bill Nye. Someone has to talk to, and educate, the people who *don't* have a decent education in science...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on February 4, 2023 17:42:12
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/10ta3p5/whats_up_with_bill_nye_the_science_guy/j77w6e2/

That was shitty legislation, and enacted by plenty of people who aren't Biden, but who are still in office. I get it, but that's not a crime. That's a poor decision. Framing one as the other is in poor taste.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on February 4, 2023 14:24:12
/r/AskCulinary/comments/10tgu0z/is_there_a_point_at_which_cooking_a_stock_starts/j77q7dy/

It's nonsense. Don't worry about it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on February 4, 2023 13:42:55
/r/AskCulinary/comments/10tgu0z/is_there_a_point_at_which_cooking_a_stock_starts/j77q2kz/

Even an hour might be much an extract unwanted compounds and flavors. Most seafood stocks I see, and the best I've ever had or made, are simmered for no longer than 30 minutes. These aren't cow bones you need to extract gelatin from. They're chitinous materials. Think carbs not protein.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on February 4, 2023 13:42:00
/r/ididnthaveeggs/comments/10tg2qf/do_you_even_know_what_a_potato_is_1_star/j77p1ta/

Sorta. There are just pills now you can take to help clear oxalates. You just need to drink sufficient water.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/ididnthaveeggs on February 4, 2023 13:35:06
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/10ta3p5/whats_up_with_bill_nye_the_science_guy/j77nqk2/

The ability to purge bad actors died with the dignity of conservatives. Just the fact that evangelical christians voted for Trump in droves makes it all meaningless. It's now a zero sum game, and one side winning looks far worse than the other.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on February 4, 2023 13:26:13
/r/offbeat/comments/10sv9jy/a_chickfila_restaurants_traffic_got_so_bad_that/j77mp56/

So I agree, profit sharing for executive is capitalism but for employees it's socially. Moronic. But also given the lack of labor, if I had *any* employee showing up on time and working a shift, I don't care what they think. I'm still trying to keep them. Oh the person hates customers when the mic is off but is saccharine sweet when taking orders? Promotion.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on February 4, 2023 13:19:18
/r/offbeat/comments/10sv9jy/a_chickfila_restaurants_traffic_got_so_bad_that/j77kp5l/

I'm becoming more and more convinced that the above poster is not the kind of manager they portrayed themselves as.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on February 4, 2023 13:05:52
/r/offbeat/comments/10sv9jy/a_chickfila_restaurants_traffic_got_so_bad_that/j77fp93/

Well good thing that's not what the above poster said...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on February 4, 2023 12:32:45
/r/offbeat/comments/10sv9jy/a_chickfila_restaurants_traffic_got_so_bad_that/j77fmp7/

The hype is part of why it's desired, and why the business is successful. It's still not very good. In a blind taste test Cane's wouldn't do well, I suspect.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on February 4, 2023 12:32:17
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/10ta3p5/whats_up_with_bill_nye_the_science_guy/j772xpp/

And before that Reagan was having seances in the white house. C'mon now. Though yes, Tipper was a nightmare.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on February 4, 2023 11:07:29
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/10ta3p5/whats_up_with_bill_nye_the_science_guy/j772mt0/

Kinda, yeah. There are definitely some folks on the left that are in to the woo. But they are by and large still seen as weird, even by people on the same side as them politically. No democrat feels the need to publicly defend any other democrat for drinking moon water, or whatever silly thing is the fad. Republicans constantly have to defend their own for having truly abominable positions, and just literally denying facts. Santos is a great example. He obviously lied, and it's gonna come out that he's committed some crimes. By McCarthy needs his vote, he can't afford to lose anyone, so they'll literally circle the wagons around the pathological lying, gay fraudster until they absolutely can't anymore. You remember though, how the left handled Al Franken? The left isn't perfect. It has problems. And not everyone who votes left is some kind of saint, but lets not pretend these issues are identical in scope or severity.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on February 4, 2023 11:05:25
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/10ta3p5/whats_up_with_bill_nye_the_science_guy/j771w2v/

Most Ph.D's are not great at being in front of camera, or science education generally. I mean sure they can teach an advanced concept to a grad student. They often struggle to explain simpler concepts in meaningful ways to a more general audience. We've all had the STEM teacher that just reads the slides and pretends like that's teaching, haven't we?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on February 4, 2023 11:00:17
/r/offbeat/comments/10sv9jy/a_chickfila_restaurants_traffic_got_so_bad_that/j76ycxz/

Canes is soooo overhyped. They get away with pretty bland tendies and soggy fries by giving you a "secret" sauce that's just Tony C's and mayo. I was really surprised when I moved from NOLA to L.A. and people here were waiting in lines around the block for a Canes that was just opening. There's so much good food in L.A. I just don't get it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on February 4, 2023 10:35:42
/r/offbeat/comments/10sv9jy/a_chickfila_restaurants_traffic_got_so_bad_that/j76wwzh/

If you would start looking to get rid of an employee because they were blowing off steam over a busier than expected rush, or whatever, then you are not a good manager.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on February 4, 2023 10:25:18
/r/offbeat/comments/10rl9vo/the_director_of_a_zoo_in_mexico_had_4_of_its_10/j6xw4zo/

Eh, now I need a source for the Bison mascot eating, and subsequent outrage. I will say it wasn't euthanized like a pet. You can't give an animal a lethal dose of barbiturates and then feed it to the tri Delts just because you don't wanna bury a bovine. That's literally just not fit for human consumption.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on February 2, 2023 12:49:14
/r/WhitePeopleTwitter/comments/10reb1a/ban_all_junk_fees/j6ww8zx/

A lot of people *like* that service, and there are many restaurants people go to explicitly *because* of high end service. It's okay that you don't want that level of service, but expecting a restaurant to change their business model to suit your tastes seems... odd. Not everything is for everyone. Maybe sit-down restaurants aren't for you. Luckily there are lots of places that offer counter service, or take out.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WhitePeopleTwitter on February 2, 2023 08:52:52
/r/WhitePeopleTwitter/comments/10reb1a/ban_all_junk_fees/j6wtczg/

Easy. Don't go to restaurants with sit-down service. Or if you must, call in an order and pick it up. Nobody is \*forcing\* you to sit down.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WhitePeopleTwitter on February 2, 2023 08:29:02
/r/elonmusk/comments/10pkwrq/elon_musk_is_now_a_fan_of_remote_work/j6oadc5/

Or, you know, enforce the contract you've negotiated.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/elonmusk on January 31, 2023 14:09:05
/r/technology/comments/10pzhdp/tesla_model_y_steering_wheel_falls_off_while/j6o1sqs/

>These companies would not exist without him Every time I see this about a CEO there's a second sentence on the same breath about how the competition is lagging. I've worked for and with a lot of CEOs. None of them have a fucking clue. They're so insulated from reality that any success they have can be attributed to a combination of luck, privilege and just like not being clinically handicapped. I'm currently working on a project where everyone hails the chairman as a visionary. He's the number on impediment to actually getting anything done. He's also a billionaire, and despite all of this the project will be successful, and he will get credit for it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on January 31, 2023 13:16:42
/r/elonmusk/comments/10pkwrq/elon_musk_is_now_a_fan_of_remote_work/j6nsl5z/

If the best financial decision in hard times is to allow remote work, or even encourage it, then there isn't really a good argument for bringing folks back in to the office when things are fine. It's the definition of an unnecessary expense. Only idiots pay for things they don't need due to ego.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/elonmusk on January 31, 2023 12:20:56
/r/elonmusk/comments/10pkwrq/elon_musk_is_now_a_fan_of_remote_work/j6ns6wc/

He already agreed to pay severance to all of those "leftist weirdos". They have no incentive to quit. They never really did except as a protest move, before the purchase.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/elonmusk on January 31, 2023 12:18:32
/r/technews/comments/10p67ym/ford_cuts_price_on_mustang_mache_after_tesla/j6nra21/

Apparently the repairs are so ludicrously expensive, insurance is a bear and many moderately damaged cars are getting written off.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technews on January 31, 2023 12:12:58
/r/explainlikeimfive/comments/10okcj4/eli5_when_people_used_wells_for_drinking_water/j6in4er/

Folk remedies are hit and miss. For every one we still use that works, there's a version where you rub buffalo dung in to a wound or drink poison or what have you. Folk medicine that works is usually just called medicine.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/explainlikeimfive on January 30, 2023 11:36:55
/r/comics/comments/10nvrfu/tipping/j6e2oiw/

Depends. At a coffee shop where tips are split? Probably not. At a fine dining restaurant? Yeah probably. But what do consider "fairly well" in Seattle?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/comics on January 29, 2023 13:21:03
/r/comics/comments/10nvrfu/tipping/j6dvetw/

Seattle is expensive. You pay a premium on everything. Food, service, etc. If you don't wanna pay that much, go somewhere else. $17/hr doesn't go a long way in Seattle and if minimum wage had kept up with inflation it'd be closer to $25/hr.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/comics on January 29, 2023 12:34:17
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10mx7ed/seeking_remote_video_designer_fulltime_with/j6anzc1/

My DM is in. I'll let you know when I hear back.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 28, 2023 18:39:34
/r/pics/comments/10nku9r/here_are_the_mugshots_not_the_smiling_cop_pr_pics/j6a85y2/

​ I am starting to wonder, because either you are not a very good attorney, you are lying about being an attorney, or I have totally misunderstood QI. Maybe we should start from the beginning. What exactly do you think qualified immunity is?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 28, 2023 16:44:07
/r/antiwork/comments/10nnu2b/fuck_batman/j6a7uzd/

Anarchism is either a pipe dream based on sociologically ideas that are basically impossible, or is a term used by Juggalos to justify breaking shit. Like sure, there's a definition that can make sense, but for it to work in any meaningful way would require a total rekajiggering of human psychology. Sort of like when capitalists base their policy on the market being made of ration actors. Well it doesn't matter what you say after that because your premise is wrong.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/antiwork on January 28, 2023 16:41:57
/r/Baking/comments/10m4xth/amateur_why_do_my_loaf_cakes_sink_in_the_middle/j6a6lkx/

Is there a "cake is done" temperature if I wanna use a thermometer instead of a cake tester?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Baking on January 28, 2023 16:33:03
/r/pics/comments/10nku9r/here_are_the_mugshots_not_the_smiling_cop_pr_pics/j6a4dfq/

Right but QI is a completely different thing and has no legal impact on judicial punishment. If you're saying "well the standard is low and juries like to believe cops" that has nothing to do with qualified immunity. I know what Pitchess motions are, I've never actually seen one (I am not a lawyer) but at best you could use that to get around QI by showing that the officer in question had been trained, or that they were aware of a relevant law or legal decision. But again, none of that has to do with the criminal charges. QI is a problem, but when discussing criminal charges it's a bit of a red herring, innit?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 28, 2023 16:17:30
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10mx7ed/seeking_remote_video_designer_fulltime_with/j6a3d24/

And also wasn't going to post a pay range. It's like nobody has ever learned how to attract a quality candidate before. My guess, if it's true, is that the company is criminally underpaying someone and they don't want anyone to find out. That or they want to criminally underpay whoever they are looking to hire. I'm one of probably

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 28, 2023 16:10:28
/r/seriouseats/comments/10nmifh/chef_kenji_lopez_alt_is_king_among_chefs/j6a33f1/

I think any kid of celebrity worship is weird and unhealthy. I think it's okay to call out Kenji Worship in a sub that is ostensibly about all of serious eats, not just Kenji. Frankly I think it's more important to call out this kind of idolization in subs that are focused on these kinds of things. It could be Kenji, or T Swift. At some point people's rational brains stop operating, and that's bad.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/seriouseats on January 28, 2023 16:08:37
/r/pics/comments/10nku9r/here_are_the_mugshots_not_the_smiling_cop_pr_pics/j6a2qgv/

Spoiled apples literally cause the apples around them to rot, and if they are in the middle of the barrel, like say if you were storing them, then you won't know until you crack the lid and try to eat those apples. The \*entire\* point is that by not being careful when you pack the barrel, you risk ruining the entire crop. It's a very fitting analogy for police officers.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 28, 2023 16:06:06
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/10n13ez/what_is_going_on_with_tyre_nichols/j6a2bev/

It's also worth noting that officers yell things like "Stop resisting" during the course of extrajudicial beatings almost as a matter of policy. Nearly any action taken by a cop can be justified with "they were resisting."

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on January 28, 2023 16:03:07
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/10n13ez/what_is_going_on_with_tyre_nichols/j6a1q5o/

Easier to justify a beating than a shooting. I think you're looking too hard for a reason here when you should probably be reevaluating how people work and what makes them do bad things. There's entire discourses written on the banality of evil.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on January 28, 2023 15:59:01
/r/pics/comments/10nku9r/here_are_the_mugshots_not_the_smiling_cop_pr_pics/j6a0iun/

I don't think you really understand what lesson the "few bad apples" idiom is trying to teach. It's not "A few bad apples means the rest of the barrel is awesome."

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 28, 2023 15:50:41
/r/pics/comments/10nku9r/here_are_the_mugshots_not_the_smiling_cop_pr_pics/j6a0add/

Those protesting \*are\* the main group. Anyone claiming proper leadership over BLM is full of shit.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 28, 2023 15:49:05
/r/pics/comments/10nku9r/here_are_the_mugshots_not_the_smiling_cop_pr_pics/j69zz2q/

That isn't what qualified immunity means. All qualified immunity does is make it difficult to sue officers personally for acts committed on the job. Now, don't get me wrong, qualified immunity, and especially the way it's implemented, is atrocious. That, however, is not what's preventing officers from being charged or going to prison.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 28, 2023 15:46:54
/r/seriouseats/comments/10nmifh/chef_kenji_lopez_alt_is_king_among_chefs/j69yuf4/

FWIW you can like a guy and not worship him. I don't know Kenji, but I work around a lot of celebrities, and the most emphatic fans are usually the most off-putting. At the end of the day, Kenji is just a dude who makes a living in an unusual way. It's great to like his content, but at some point this sub gets almost as cringy as the Musk fan subs.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/seriouseats on January 28, 2023 15:39:03
/r/AskCulinary/comments/10m942c/i_like_icing_that_gets_kind_of_crusty_when_left/j64g64e/

Vegetable shortening is labeled as *vegetable* shortening precisely because other split animal fats like lard, tallow and suet are also "shortening" agents.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on January 27, 2023 12:20:39
/r/worldnews/comments/10mkyff/putin_plans_new_ukraine_push_despite_losses_as_he/j645lg5/

Careful, you'll upset the Atenaboos.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 27, 2023 11:14:35
/r/blender/comments/10lrord/making_homework_for_my_new_blender_student/j61jo1h/

>But I do think it would take only 1-2 minutes to explain and the rest of the class that day could be teaching other useful stuff. This to me is the Cruz of it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/blender on January 26, 2023 20:26:02
/r/blender/comments/10lrord/making_homework_for_my_new_blender_student/j5zc38t/

I sorta feel like this isn't a super helpful lesson as much as it's a useless challenge. Am I wrong here?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/blender on January 26, 2023 11:49:58
/r/worldnews/comments/10l3jk0/us_approves_sending_of_31_m1_abrams_tanks_to/j5wbb15/

Yep. Or put another way Ukraine is getting NATO equipment and Russia is calling it n favors from North Korea and Iran.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 25, 2023 19:32:48
/r/worldnews/comments/10l3jk0/us_approves_sending_of_31_m1_abrams_tanks_to/j5vs9xj/

Also worth noting, nobody is selling Javelins to Russia.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 25, 2023 17:19:12
/r/worldnews/comments/10l3jk0/us_approves_sending_of_31_m1_abrams_tanks_to/j5vrzxj/

Plus almost all of the lighter armor we have sent and are sending is capable of destroying all but the best of Russia's armor with a single shot. The Russians are about to start remembering the last year *fondly* if Ukraine uses this equipment even remotely competently.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 25, 2023 17:17:24
/r/worldnews/comments/10l3jk0/us_approves_sending_of_31_m1_abrams_tanks_to/j5vrnrf/

Basically Russia has overestimated and overrepresented their capabilities, and we've built our military to counter the *advertised* capabilities while the actual performance of their equipment is far behind that. The bully on the playground said he was a black belt, so we worked hard to be able to beat a martial arts master. Turns out he played Mortal Kombat once and talked a lot of shit.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 25, 2023 17:15:14
/r/worldnews/comments/10l3jk0/us_approves_sending_of_31_m1_abrams_tanks_to/j5vqsk4/

Maybe we should give all our A-10's to Ukraine. It was designed to rip through columns of Soviet armor after all.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 25, 2023 17:09:41
/r/WTF/comments/10kvqrf/oil_change/j5vo1hf/

None of the trades have great life expectancy, FWIW. I have no doubt you know some old timers, but lots of folks get sick and die for reasons they may not understand that are tied to exposure.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on January 25, 2023 16:52:32
/r/nottheonion/comments/10l2h7r/a_connecticut_business_owner_named_her_new/j5vnp73/

The whole free market concept is predicated on the market being comprised of rational actors. It's not. That's the fundamental thing that makes the free market concept flawed IMO.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on January 25, 2023 16:50:28
/r/WTF/comments/10kvqrf/oil_change/j5vijt7/

Not diesel, but aviation. We always wore tons of PPE and stayed away from all of the assorted oils, chemicals, anti-galling agents, etc. It's well documented that that shit is bad for you. We had a lot of folks retiring after 30 years and then keeling over dead a short while later. My experience has been completely different from yours, it seems

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on January 25, 2023 16:19:01
/r/worldnews/comments/10l3jk0/us_approves_sending_of_31_m1_abrams_tanks_to/j5vh30o/

We should just build a new tank and retool those factories. Something like the K2.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 25, 2023 16:10:11
/r/nolagardening/comments/10ky289/where_to_find_big_bags_of_soil_and_soil_amendments/j5u7of7/

I've only ever had luck getting coir online in any quantities, which is odd. I'll also add there are some local composters that will get you compost free or super cheap.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nolagardening on January 25, 2023 11:33:27
/r/worldnews/comments/10kclty/germany_to_send_leopard_2_tanks_to_ukraine_reports/j5qq5ha/

I think it depends on what we send, or where they get them from. The 30k feet thing isn't an issue, but a NATO ECM suite on the lead aircraft might be.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 24, 2023 17:14:32
/r/worldnews/comments/10kclty/germany_to_send_leopard_2_tanks_to_ukraine_reports/j5qkhrl/

F-16 probably ruins any chance at a renewed offense, or air superiority for Russia. We've been flying against Mig aggressor squadrons, and actual German Mig squadrons for decades. Any NATO trained pilot will eat Russian fighters for lunch. They're also really good at dropping precision tactical munitions from 30k feet. So armor columns, supply columns, etc are gonna get deleted before they ever know a shot was fired. Let's hope. I'd rather give Ukraine aircraft than tanks if we have to choose, but my vote is for both. A couple of hundred Abraham's out of mothball should tidy things up nicely.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 24, 2023 16:39:12
/r/news/comments/10it4ur/idaho_woman_shares_19day_miscarriage_on_tiktok/j5mgdib/

No, I mean if a hospital is incapable of performing a procedure, that's what they will say. Then the patient gets transferred, right?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 23, 2023 20:12:14
/r/news/comments/10it4ur/idaho_woman_shares_19day_miscarriage_on_tiktok/j5lv7oe/

"We can't do it" is a different answer than "we won't do it."

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 23, 2023 17:43:22
/r/CommercialAV/comments/10il9pn/salarythe_untold_rumors/j5lox6x/

Yeah but even then the issue isn't the complexity of the E2, it's understanding how to run an event. Still though, I doubt there are only 3 E-2 operators in Indiana.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on January 23, 2023 17:01:46
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5lnp60/

Only a gram? It probably was a great flight though...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 23, 2023 16:54:02
/r/ididnthaveeggs/comments/10ilrka/recipe_is_for_smothered_pork_chops_cooked_on_the/j5l83bo/

Thank you. I was formulating a response in my head and you pretty much hit all the high notes.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/ididnthaveeggs on January 23, 2023 15:17:12
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10iurv1/hdmi_port_saver_for_bmd_micro_converter/j5jj1ou/

Welp, I'm gonna have to admit that I haven't looked at the prices in a long time and may be misremembering. Or maybe the price is just higher between pandemic and inflation. Now I feel the need to go check my old receipt.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 23, 2023 08:34:14
/r/nottheonion/comments/10iomza/santos_admits_he_dressed_up_as_a_woman_for_fun/j5ji56p/

He scammed a homeless vet out of a few thousand dollars raised for a service dog that needed cancer treatment. To be clear, it was money raised from others to treat the dog, not the homeless vet's money.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on January 23, 2023 08:26:14
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10iurv1/hdmi_port_saver_for_bmd_micro_converter/j5jhw52/

Yeah, and BMD micro converters are about $35.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 23, 2023 08:23:59
/r/news/comments/10it4ur/idaho_woman_shares_19day_miscarriage_on_tiktok/j5ihnrx/

There's a huge difference between a multigenerational push from the right to squash abortion, and the TSA guy in Nashville giving any fucks about your THC cart. Like both are bad, but I'd trust my ability to get weed past the TSA before I'd trust in getting an abortion in the south.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 23, 2023 00:55:04
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5ifwrk/

Well you would have been fine if it was just weed, but now you're on a list.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 23, 2023 00:36:32
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5ifq15/

That's sorta my point. The odds of you getting caught are pretty low, and even if you were, what would they do? Call LAPD and tell them you have weed?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 23, 2023 00:34:33
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5if71p/

They're feds. They have great healthcare which is why they can all afford the diabetes!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 23, 2023 00:29:01
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5iette/

I too have crappy intrusive thoughts so I'll leave this be and say, you're in deep trouble and if the feds ever find you nobody will ever see you alive again. RUN!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 23, 2023 00:25:12
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5ie7nf/

I think it's funny you suspect this is something you'd get in trouble for.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 23, 2023 00:19:02
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5ie5z7/

Get TSA pre-check so you don't have to go through that stupid MM wave scanner. Alternately clear is like $100/mo. But more importantly, don't smuggle drugs in your butt. Just send it via post.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 23, 2023 00:18:35
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5icj2f/

Probably not a drug dog. Not impossible but typically those dogs at the airport are trained to alert to explosives. They can't really be trained to do both.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 23, 2023 00:02:18
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5icft9/

Most of it is random. That's how my laptop got swabbed. Not because they saw the tools, they would have confiscated them if they had, but because the computer told them to swab my electronics.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 23, 2023 00:01:26
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5ic0tm/

The federal is not an issue. TSA isn't law enforcement. If you're in a state or municipality where it's legal then the worst they can do is call over the local PD. They *might* tell you to throw it away. If you're bringing it *from* a place where it's illegal then you're doing it wrong. If you're travelling internationally, best not to bring a wayward orange, let alone drugs.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:57:24
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5ibc16/

I'm more interested in you having a vibrator in your carry on. Long flight? Bad date? Short trip? I'd honestly be more worried about travelling with a dildo than with some herb.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:51:08
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5ib69u/

Usually it's not a decision. The computer designates folks for additional screening.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:49:43
/r/nottheonion/comments/10iomza/santos_admits_he_dressed_up_as_a_woman_for_fun/j5iazc4/

It's definitely a strange distinction. It's why Arnold Schwarzenegger could be governor of California despite being born in Austria but could never be president.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on January 22, 2023 23:47:55
/r/news/comments/10it4ur/idaho_woman_shares_19day_miscarriage_on_tiktok/j5iaqlo/

Ah yes, that's exactly what small government means to me. Consulting a lawyer before making healthcare decisions.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 22, 2023 23:45:42
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5iao6k/

Yep, and gummies in legal states don't bother with those distinctions. It's an additional step that adds cost in a place that is unnecessary if it's a product you're selling in a place it's legal to sell it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:45:04
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i9w3o/

TSA is a safety org, not law enforcement, and customs only applies to international flights. Why do you think they're sending local PD to get unruly passengers off of airplanes?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:38:02
/r/nottheonion/comments/10iomza/santos_admits_he_dressed_up_as_a_woman_for_fun/j5i9sz5/

The only position that's required to be natural born is President. Anything else you can be a naturalized citizen.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on January 22, 2023 23:37:17
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i9qm8/

I feel like I owe one to the karmic ether. Send me some kinda Venmo or a PO box or something and I'll get you a nice Victorinox.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:36:42
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i9m7t/

It's also not the illegal one. It's all the other cannabinoids. Drug laws are stupid and you're trying to be logical about it. That's not how any of it works. Just saying, land in Alabama and show the deputy your bag of flower from Ca and you're going to jail.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:35:37
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i9b5i/

Hello kitty is a euphemism for terrorism according to the TikTok they watched about a Facebook meme. Better buckle up buckaroo. You're headed for supermax.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:32:54
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i8tzo/

I'm my defense the drugs were intentional, the tools were not. I was flying gig to gig and forgot about them. That being said, have you considered a position with the TSA.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:28:50
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i8pbb/

Delta 9 is not the same as most gummies sold in legal states.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:27:44
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i8lhn/

Denver has justify over what happens in Denver airport.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:26:47
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i8j1e/

Flying international is a completely different thing. TSA has literally zero law enforcement authority. It's a safety agency.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:26:13
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i7p93/

Lithium batteries are dangerous dontcha know.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:18:58
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i76i5/

Most of my traveling crew were PoC and they carried more than I did. It's not about selective enforcement, it's a combination of TSA not being actually law enforcement (safety is on the name) and nobody actually giving a shit. If TSA takes your weed at the airport it's not because you're a criminal and they want to bring you to justice, it's because they don't want to go to the dispensary on the way home after work.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:14:28
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i6l45/

I once had TSA check my bag. I had a box cutter, a multi-tool, and a felonious amount of weed in there (the first 2 were by accident). You know what they did, when they stopped me for additional screening? They took my laptop out and swabbed it for explosives.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:09:22
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i6db3/

Nothing you said even matters. Like I think you are probably wrong, but ti doesnt matter. I've brought ounces through TSA probably a thousand times (used to travel a lot for work) and nobody cares. Seriously, you'll be in more trouble for not emptying your water bottle than you would for edibles, or flower, or any of it. Just don't get caught with a condom full of \*anything\* up your ass, and don't try to bring in fruit from out of the country.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 23:07:35
/r/nottheonion/comments/10iomza/santos_admits_he_dressed_up_as_a_woman_for_fun/j5i5avh/

He's a Brazilian native, and immigrant to the Us. The real question is how did he afford US citizenship, and what is the conversation rate to scammed out veterans trying to save their dog? I bet.itncost him at least 10 service dogs with stomach cancer to get here.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on January 22, 2023 22:58:36
/r/CommercialAV/comments/10il9pn/salarythe_untold_rumors/j5i4mem/

E2 is a weekend class. If there are only 2 people in Indiana that can op an E2 I need to move and change my rate.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on January 22, 2023 22:52:54
/r/CommercialAV/comments/10il9pn/salarythe_untold_rumors/j5i4f9a/

No matter what your commission is, you're getting hosed. Unless you live in some place where the USD goes a lot farther, like Africa, or Dothan, then 30K base is what I'd make as a freelance tech without overtime in like the first quarter.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on January 22, 2023 22:51:16
/r/pics/comments/10iw1l6/green_boots_the_frozen_body_on_mt_everest_that/j5i30ox/

Sure. And if they did it all by themselves, packing their gear in, etc etc maybe I could give them a modicum of respect. But when most (maybe all) don't even pack in their won O2? Fuck 'em. Shoulda learned a skill, or spent the time making the world a better place. Climbing to the top of trash mountain and then getting kicked out because you spent too long taking your selfie isn't exactly what I consider the life of a trailblazer. Lots of banal, stupid shit is dangerous. Everest is at least one where the community and the local government have commodified it. Maybe it can do some good for the locals. Nobody climbing Everest is breaking new ground.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 22, 2023 22:39:51
/r/pics/comments/10iw1l6/green_boots_the_frozen_body_on_mt_everest_that/j5i1tp2/

I am not saying it's not challenging. I am saying it's a rich person's game. and rich folks have \*always\* hired porters to do most of the hard work for them. Summiting Everest now is like running an ultra marathon. If you have enough time to train and money for gear, you're almost guaranteed to make it. Lemme know the next time a hood rat from Atlanta summits. I'll be impressed then. Actually I would be more impressed if those assholes [took their fucking trash back down.](https://education.nationalgeographic.org/resource/trash-and-overcrowding-top-world)

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 22, 2023 22:30:17
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i1br6/

It's legal in Colorado. All they can do at that point is call the local police, who will ask if you bought it from a licensed dispensary and whether you plan on flying. No matter what the \*real\* answer to that question is, the reponse is "yessir, nosir, thank you" and then you \*still\* get on the airplane with your weed. I feel like everyone who things this is some huge caper spends too much time watching Information Discovery.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 22:26:22
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i0ztt/

The feds will not ever care. Unless you're a legit Narco, or you've pissed off the local Feds, nobody could give 2 shits that you're bringing through gummies or a cart or a pack of joints or whatever.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 22:23:45
/r/funny/comments/10j0dt7/my_sisters_motherinlaw_was_told_she_should_put/j5i0ujv/

The number one way to get caught flying with weed is to act like you are doing something wrong. TSA are Safety, not law enforcement. Nobody gives a shit. If you don't have a kilo of blow shoved up your ass, or liquids in excess of the allowed amount, \*nobody cares\*.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 22, 2023 22:22:37
/r/news/comments/10h66h4/diners_caught_off_guard_as_a_gop_group_aired/j5i0epe/

At least Chauvin is in prison. Zimmy should be for sure. Rittenhouse probably shouldn't be, but his mom, and the homie that bought that rifle in another state absolutely should be.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 22, 2023 22:19:11
/r/news/comments/10it4ur/idaho_woman_shares_19day_miscarriage_on_tiktok/j5hybv0/

The problem is that abortions are outlawed in this half-assed way that doesn't outright make them illegal, but then allows judges and lawyers to decide if someone was breaking the law in a very post-hoc, half-assed way. The GOP won't outright ban all abortion. That's a non-starter. Even *they* know that. What they *will* do is make it so onerous, and so dangerous for an OB to perform one that the default answer becomes "no, you're not sick enough." However, if a legal team is being presented with current litigation from a patient-lawyer, and not *maybe* litigation from some enforcement agency who can't normally give 2 shits about it, then they're going to respond to the most clear and present threat.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 22, 2023 22:03:09
/r/pics/comments/10iw1l6/green_boots_the_frozen_body_on_mt_everest_that/j5hxp8a/

If it turns in to a thing a rich person can just move to Breckenridge and jog for, in order to prepare, it's no longer the horribly dangerous adventure it's advertised as. It's basically the inverse of diving. Yeah, doing wreck penetration at 300 feet is absolutely dangerous, but if there's been a generation of your guides shoring up the wreck, and doing advanced scouting before your dive, *and* you can afford the best equipment and training, well really it's not much more than a hobby that you pay lots of other people to do the hard parts for you. Yeah, the altitude is tough. But when you've got an army of Sherpas and a bottomless checkbook at your back, well, I'd be more surprised if you *didn't* summit at that point.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 22, 2023 21:58:28
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10iurv1/hdmi_port_saver_for_bmd_micro_converter/j5hv3ew/

For the cost of 2 of those pass-throughs you could buy a whole additional converter.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 22, 2023 21:40:38
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10iurv1/hdmi_port_saver_for_bmd_micro_converter/j5huvs9/

A patch panel would cost more than another converter, per port. If you wanna build out a rack with a panel, don't get BMD converters. It's great to wanna take care of your gear but this is losing the forest for the trees.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 22, 2023 21:39:05
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10iurv1/hdmi_port_saver_for_bmd_micro_converter/j5hupb5/

I was about to say alsmot exactly the same thing. For the cost of 2 port savers you can get another device. The BiDi micros are what, like $70 and the uni-directional are all of about $35.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 22, 2023 21:37:47
/r/ididnthaveeggs/comments/10ilrka/recipe_is_for_smothered_pork_chops_cooked_on_the/j5hu5jl/

I hold my Katsu around this temp after frying. It's always delicious, crispy and tender. If there is something else I should be doing I am not sure what it is...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/ididnthaveeggs on January 22, 2023 21:33:48
/r/ididnthaveeggs/comments/10ilrka/recipe_is_for_smothered_pork_chops_cooked_on_the/j5htz56/

Meh, it depends on what you consider undercooked. Trichinosis hasn't been an issue in farm raised pigs in nearly 2 generations. If it's fried golden and held in a 250f oven then there won't be any salmonella issues. 165f is the instant kill temp and lower can be used for a longer time to achieve the same result. If you're eating wild game, or bear or something, then yes, cook the hell out of it. Being worried about pork in any developed country with a modicum of health and safety standards is silly in the day and age.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/ididnthaveeggs on January 22, 2023 21:32:30
/r/news/comments/10it4ur/idaho_woman_shares_19day_miscarriage_on_tiktok/j5hrr5f/

I bet a letter from you, about your own case, while in the hospital would get shit done quick if it was on professional letterhead. Folks can die, but God forbid there be a threat of legal action.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 22, 2023 21:17:15
/r/ididnthaveeggs/comments/10iop7x/easy_sausage_gravy_and_biscuits_no_lard_is_called/j5hol26/

If I am buying specialty ingredients it's usually because I'm interested in a specific cuisine. If you're only gonna make cheater lo mein, well, probably better to order out. However if you decide you wanna go down an Asian cooking tangent, the oyster sauce makes sense.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/ididnthaveeggs on January 22, 2023 20:54:46
/r/ididnthaveeggs/comments/10iop7x/easy_sausage_gravy_and_biscuits_no_lard_is_called/j5ho3my/

I'll also say there's lots of different kinds of roux. A basic buerre blanc is not the same as a Cajun chocolate roux. And obviously there's a while spectrum in between. If you just look up "roux" it's easy to fall down a rabbit hole and get overwhelmed.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/ididnthaveeggs on January 22, 2023 20:51:24
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10hq00f/long_distance_video_runs/j5emq9b/

2110 is definitely bleeding edge, but it has the advantage of being capable of 12 bit 4:4:4, and obviously just all the perks of being over IP. Some folks don't need, or even care about any of that. That's fine. Traditional video infrastructure will continue to be relevant for quite some time, and 10 bit 4:2:2 is fine for all but the edgiest of cases.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 22, 2023 08:23:21
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10hvpns/having_fun_with_some_pool/j5cfous/

Yeah that is a neat little jib.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 21, 2023 19:04:28
/r/Cooking/comments/10hsjfb/why_does_nobody_season_their_ground_hamburger/j5bklzp/

Nothing wrong with that! Really as long as you get to a delicious burger, you're winning.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 21, 2023 15:31:01
/r/Cooking/comments/10hsjfb/why_does_nobody_season_their_ground_hamburger/j5bamui/

Typically I salt the up side of a smash burger before flipping and that's totally fine. Burgers aren't like a 2 inch thick ribeye that needs time for the salt to penetrate.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 21, 2023 14:22:18
/r/Cooking/comments/10hsjfb/why_does_nobody_season_their_ground_hamburger/j5bab9a/

Burgers are not that thick. Seasoning doesn't have to be uniformly distributed like in a meatloaf. So especially for smash burgers I usually season the ball once it has been smashed and season the other side after the flip. I generally handle the meat very little other than to weigh, and form in to loose balls.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 21, 2023 14:20:06
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10hq00f/long_distance_video_runs/j5b202b/

>I hate to say this, but they definitely didn't go quiet after the late 90s. I still come across A1s and A2s all over the country that use the line "I don't touch fiber". Yeah I've seen some of this as well, and my current role is in a studio so it's a bit different, but last I was seeing the old timers who refused to get with the program started being relegated to the B team and budget shows. The high value productions were being done by folks who were keeping current and trying to innovate. >I'd add that if OP is asking questions like these, they would have quite the learning curve to get to the point of efficiently troubleshooting an entirely NDI based system. This is true, but also on some level once you get over the fact that it's networking and thus different, managing multicast traffic isn't *that* difficult to wrap your head around on a fairly small, mostly local network. I think you're right, but that the largest hurdle is the desire to learn and understand something new, not the complexity of the technology. NDI isn't perfect and even 2110 has some significant limitations. It's a tool like anything else. However I do think that in the near future, if you're in professional video and you can't tag a port or enable IGMP on a switch, you're gonna find yourself lower and lower on the call list.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 21, 2023 13:23:55
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10hq00f/long_distance_video_runs/j5ayoqq/

I think SDI will still be around too, though in fairness I was doing analog shows as late as 2010 so that may not be exactly the argument you're trying to make. I'm honestly not even an NDI fan, I'd prefer to go straight to 2110 but I bet if you took a few networking classes and practiced a bit, you could deploy an NDI system faster than a traditional video setup for like a general session with a few cameras and an LED wall or blended projectors. We are in a weird place right now as far as event tech is concerned, IMO. Because there isn't a defined standard I've found myself having to reevaluate my opinions as the technology develops and change my mind on several things when it turns out I got it wrong. Mostly I agree with you though, SDI is and will continue to be relevant for some time to come, even as video over IP becomes more mature and starts taking a larger share of the market.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 21, 2023 13:02:14
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10hq00f/long_distance_video_runs/j5asjrb/

I agree that your AV guys shouldn't be designing or installing your IT backbone, but I disagree that there's anything particularly difficult about it if you've designed your AV network as it's own entity. The audio guys have been doing something very similar for a long time. If you can teach an A2 how to manage a Dante network then dealing with NDI becomes a matter of knowledge, not complexity. You also don't need a switch fully populated with 10g ports, and etc etc. Broadcast is already moving towards ST2110 which is an uncompressed video over IP format. For the most part the equipment exists and we already know how to reliably build out these systems. There's nothing wrong with SDI, but in 10 years if you aren't networking savvy and familiar with NDI/Ravenna/Dante/ST2110 then you're gonna be left behind. It'll be just like the old analog guys longing for the days of 5-wire.and humbuckers in the late 90's.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 21, 2023 12:21:58
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10hq00f/long_distance_video_runs/j5ak1bp/

You don't need specialized AV switches to handle the bandwidth. Any professional grade equipment will work provided you have enough throughout and a decent network topology. What you absolutely *can't* do is daisy chain a bunch of cheap Netgear 5 port dummy switches and expect anything to work properly. If you build out your NDI infrastructure just as if it were a video signal distribution system (ie redundancy, investment in pro grade cables and equipment, separate from the IT system, etc) then NDI can be great for many applications. But it is a very different thing, and the guy who knows just enough to get a stream deck working shouldn't be the guy doing your network design or setup.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 21, 2023 11:25:16
/r/Cooking/comments/10h4o77/my_approach_to_tasty_soups_and_stews_i_use_double/j5ah9j7/

Blended soups are a different thing. It's just not the same experience and not the same item on a menu.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 21, 2023 11:06:19
/r/Cooking/comments/10h4o77/my_approach_to_tasty_soups_and_stews_i_use_double/j57qras/

It doesn't *add* flavor, it homogenizes some things which can change how you perceive it. There *is* a flavor difference between a leek and potato soup that has been blended versus one that hasn't. They are both delicious, but they taste different and are different foods. Texture, and homogeneity and especially emulsion change the way we perceive taste. If you're trying to claim that blending*doesn't* alter taste, or that texture isn't a part of taste then I'm afraid we may be at an impasse.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 20, 2023 19:01:54
/r/Cooking/comments/10h4o77/my_approach_to_tasty_soups_and_stews_i_use_double/j57lt0w/

So welcome to Reddit. I only now realized the "Blue Cheese has fungus" bit is a meme from another thread where someone spammed every response. It's a callback to an old post.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 20, 2023 18:26:48
/r/Cooking/comments/10h4o77/my_approach_to_tasty_soups_and_stews_i_use_double/j57jzu4/

True. I'd say if you're using an actual roux and it gets gluey you should have cooked it longer. If you're using a slurry you should yeah just use less.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 20, 2023 18:14:08
/r/Cooking/comments/10h4o77/my_approach_to_tasty_soups_and_stews_i_use_double/j57isyo/

You're getting down voted partially because at least in some instances you are just absolutely wrong, but also because you're spamming the same comment all over the thread. You'd get down voted for spamming even if you were 100% correct.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 20, 2023 18:05:56
/r/Cooking/comments/10h4o77/my_approach_to_tasty_soups_and_stews_i_use_double/j57il83/

It does both. Blending both turns big bits in to small bits, but also helps emulsify them. It's the difference between a glass of milk with a scoop of ice cream on top, and a milkshake.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 20, 2023 18:04:28
/r/Cooking/comments/10h4o77/my_approach_to_tasty_soups_and_stews_i_use_double/j57idsu/

What does any of this have to do with using blended vegetables as a thickener?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 20, 2023 18:03:00
/r/Cooking/comments/10h4o77/my_approach_to_tasty_soups_and_stews_i_use_double/j57i8ce/

If you overdo the blending of potatoes that can get gluey too. But honestly any time a soup is gluey it's not because there was a roux, it's because someone fucked up. Even roux thickened soups shouldn't be gluey.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 20, 2023 18:01:59
/r/Cooking/comments/10h4o77/my_approach_to_tasty_soups_and_stews_i_use_double/j57hzgu/

Mold is a fungus and plenty of fungus is beneficial. If you're upset about mold in Bleu Cheese, wait until you hear about sour cream. It's got bacteria in it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 20, 2023 18:00:17
/r/woodworking/comments/10g83zy/im_making_ring_boxes_and_accidentally_put_the/j52mc7d/

I don't know what kitten mittens are but I desperately want to send 2 payments of only 19.99 to get some.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/woodworking on January 19, 2023 18:32:12
/r/Breadit/comments/10g0av1/i_think_today_is_going_to_be_a_great_day_had_to/j51d9pm/

That's exactly the right call. KA wouldn't be what they are if it was easy to open but often spoiled.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Breadit on January 19, 2023 13:44:36
/r/news/comments/10g53r5/alec_baldwin_expected_to_be_charged_with/j51baee/

Have you ever watched and enjoyed something animated?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 13:32:40
/r/news/comments/10g53r5/alec_baldwin_expected_to_be_charged_with/j51747s/

>Someone firing 20 shots from a 6 round revolver is already CGI No it's not. It's multiple cuts. >If you're a film maker and you know that making a better product gets you better reviews If you're a film maker and you know that real guns drive attendance, then you use real guns. If you're a consumer and you know real guns get people killed occasionally, you either accept that someone is occasionally getting killed for.your entertainment, or you adjust your expectations.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 13:07:41
/r/news/comments/10g53r5/alec_baldwin_expected_to_be_charged_with/j514ul9/

What I'm really saying is that consumers of media drive the production of media. If you could let it go, they could use proper prop guns. Things that are literally impossible to chamber a live round in to, or fire from. If you're already in for someone firing 20 shots from a 6 round revolver, you may as well give up on realistic recoil or smoke. If you've already accepted stupidly large magazines, then you should just suck it up and accept CG muzzle flash and smoke. Actors can be trained to simulate recoil.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 12:54:04
/r/news/comments/10g53r5/alec_baldwin_expected_to_be_charged_with/j514agb/

The armorer is the *only* person who should be handling that firearm on set, up to and including the actors. The reason these kinds of things don't happen more often is *because* an expert is hired and put in charge of safety and firearm handling. Firearm safety should never be an issue on set because there should basically never be a hot gun anywhere near it. Again, Alex Baldwin is not the guy you want doing safety inspections on prop guns. You can absolutely blame him as a producer. It's silly to try to blame him as a trigger man.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 12:50:45
/r/news/comments/10g53r5/alec_baldwin_expected_to_be_charged_with/j5139xr/

Yup, good call. I was misremembering.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 12:44:44
/r/news/comments/10g53r5/alec_baldwin_expected_to_be_charged_with/j512e31/

In a revolver the dummy round is intended to look real from both the front and the back. How do you suggest the untrained, or barely trained actors make that determination over the advice and authority of the armorer? It's roughly the equivalent of going to a military firing range and insisting you know better than the range officer, on your first day of boot.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 12:39:27
/r/news/comments/10g53r5/alec_baldwin_expected_to_be_charged_with/j5120sk/

You're one of those folks who make directors and producers use real firearms. I get it, on the one hand, but if you (the proverbial you) were willing to suspend your disbelief, then this DP would probably still be alive. So would Bruce Lee, and etc. Just saying.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 12:37:16
/r/news/comments/10g53r5/alec_baldwin_expected_to_be_charged_with/j510qn1/

If you had empty casings in a revolver cylinder you'd have the "it's a magazine, not a clip" crowd throwing a fit every time any movie came out. Immersion and continuity are important. If this movie had come out, without anyone getting shot, and the cylinder was empty from the front, someone would throw a fit about it. Unfortunately when you're making movies for a living it's *literally* a popularity contest

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 12:29:33
/r/news/comments/10g53r5/alec_baldwin_expected_to_be_charged_with/j50zplg/

That's not how movie sets work. I understand the sentiment, it's how I was taught both as a lad and in the military, but it just*can* work that way on set. The armorer is responsible for making guns safe, and you *want* that. Do you really trust a kid acting in his first big role to be a safety marshall? Honestly I think the biggest take away here is that with modern film making techniques there isn't really a reason to use real firearms on a movie set *at all.* But trust me, you don't want the actors to be in charge of that any more than you want them in charge of stunt work or overhead rigging. Ultimately if you're trying to convince a camera, and the audience at large, that a weapon is real, the *last* person you want trying to sort that out is some Hollywood actor.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 12:23:24
/r/gaming/comments/10g15lw/dont_be_like_him_and_do_the_tutorial/j50oh4g/

Basically about the only situation where a competent man at arms will be caught fighting an armored opponent while unarmored and without a primary weapon would be an ambush, or possibly an assassination. That's not to say unusual edge cases couldn't or didn't happen, but the modern obsession with swords is a bit like focusing on the 1911 as the primary weapon of a WW2 infantry.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on January 19, 2023 11:14:31
/r/gaming/comments/10g15lw/dont_be_like_him_and_do_the_tutorial/j50no8q/

I'd say it's more like a meat cleaver. You're not gonna shave with it, and it won't pass the paper test, but it'll hold an edge while cutting cleanly through bone. I think you're assuming that swords would be evenly sharp across the whole edge, whereas the evidence is more suggestive of a quote sharp edge at the striking points and not as sharp closer to the hilt, which makes sense as a strike with a sword close to the hilt is going to be quite ineffective even against a lightly armored or unarmored opponent.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on January 19, 2023 11:09:27
/r/gaming/comments/10g15lw/dont_be_like_him_and_do_the_tutorial/j50l0u2/

Pole Axe was a Knightley weapon and intended to be used against armor. If one found themselves fighting an armored opponent, while unarmored, and only carrying a side arm, then one has already fucked up mightily.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on January 19, 2023 10:52:18
/r/news/comments/10fsu21/gallery_owner_in_san_francisco_police_custody_for/j4z1eg3/

>I can't condone letting them suffer out on the street like they do. That is pretty much the crux of it for me. There is a bit of a catch-22 because while I do think people should have a choice, if you're so unwell as to be living on the streets, you probably need a year or two of treatment and (hopefully) sobriety before you can really have the capacity to make that decision.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 01:25:48
/r/news/comments/10fsu21/gallery_owner_in_san_francisco_police_custody_for/j4z0r9t/

Ragen was the one who got rid of the old institutional system. It was supposed to get replaced down the road, but surprise, surprise, that never happened.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 01:18:52
/r/news/comments/10fsu21/gallery_owner_in_san_francisco_police_custody_for/j4z0jzt/

There was already a bill signed by Gavin Newsom IIRC. It's a up to a year of involuntary commitment with the option to extend if a jury of your peers finds you unfit to rejoin. Here's a link to some more information: ​ https://calmatters.org/health/2022/03/newsom-california-mental-illness-treatment/

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on January 19, 2023 01:16:41
/r/pics/comments/10fmhty/ukrainian_fighter_pilot_ejecting_from_his_plane/j4yych1/

This was the video they showed us in tech school to demonstrate the dangers of running jet engines.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on January 19, 2023 00:53:27
/r/Broadcasting/comments/10fktow/production_with_ptz_cameras_vmix_or_8k_cameras/j4yxtrz/

9 person panel without having 10 cameras, or an operator is a fools errand. Even with dedicated, locked off cameras all that has to happen is one panelist scoots their chair and you're boned. Personally I would be uncomfortable with this situation, and would probably pass on the gig if they couldn't come up with a few day rates for some robo operators.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Broadcasting on January 19, 2023 00:48:22
/r/LosAngelesSocialClub/comments/10fr6sw/the_traitor_yuan_li_has_no_turning_back/j4ywzdc/

This sounds like a report to smear China. If possible, it is best to cancel your nationality, exile in the wilderness, fall into the endless hell, and forever be an ignorant person who can only dream of spring and autumn dreams and cut off his future.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngelesSocialClub on January 19, 2023 00:39:58
/r/livesound/comments/10fg65m/backpack_for_system_engineer/j4wvsmv/

You could probably print a hard shell insert for that if you wanted to.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/livesound on January 18, 2023 15:40:50
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10efwhf/portable_field_monitor_suggestions/j4s17nn/

I will say they sent me a bum battery in the kit and when I emailed them they sent a new one no questions asked. I stand by Atomos so if you're considering them for monitors, I plan on buying from them again.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 17, 2023 16:27:37
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/10efwhf/portable_field_monitor_suggestions/j4rthoz/

For what it's worth I've had Ninjas and Infernos in workboxes that have lasted years. Maybe there's a product issue and I've gotten lucky, but I thought it worth mentioning as workboxes aren't exactly easy conditions to operate under.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 17, 2023 15:40:17
/r/gaming/comments/10dwutm/fans_of_last_of_us_dissatisfied/j4ofvcf/

I was bad at it too. I'm a reasonably competent gamer, but that game gave me fits. It just wasn't fun, so I watched a let's play and enjoyed it probably even more.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on January 16, 2023 22:25:58
/r/AskCulinary/comments/1081ea5/im_making_soup_with_a_ham_bone_tomorrow_but_im/j4jvq4v/

You're in for a treat. I'm cooking up a pot with a bone tomorrow!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on January 16, 2023 00:39:46
/r/ididnthaveeggs/comments/10bphhl/always_measure_twice/j4cet4c/

Kitchen scales are now cheaper than measuring cups. I get not everyone has a scale, but *most* folks seeking out a recipe should, at this point.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/ididnthaveeggs on January 14, 2023 13:48:04
/r/Baking/comments/10bvedy/made_and_ate_a_dutch_baby_for_the_first_time/j4cbxnz/

Well, how was it? It honestly looks a bit like a funnel cake, but made in a pan.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Baking on January 14, 2023 13:29:26
/r/explainlikeimfive/comments/10bukpf/eli5_if_we_discovered_that_god_really_does_exist/j4c6peu/

That entirely depends on which God they claim to be and what they want. It's also not outside the real of possibility that any dramatic "opening of the clouds with a booming Command" is really something extra terrestrial. After all any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. So really without more specifics there's no way to answer your question.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/explainlikeimfive on January 14, 2023 12:55:38
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/10b2y8f/contract_terms_on_neighbors_front_door_for/j4as4qt/

*shrug* I already quit. Like over a decade ago. I'm not sure what more you want.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on January 14, 2023 05:55:40
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/10b2y8f/contract_terms_on_neighbors_front_door_for/j499geh/

Oh, I wasn't noticing and disregarding. I was targeting places with no soliciting signs. They were my biggest and most reliable sales. FWIW I did it for about 6 months and then left sales. I hated it. But if I was just trying to generate numbers, that'd be the first well I went back to. So what the fuck was I doing? Clearing 6 figures in 2005. It wasn't worth it, door knocking sucks, don't get me wrong. But if I was an amoral asshole I'd still be selling instead of spreading the word on Reddit.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on January 13, 2023 20:23:33
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/10b2y8f/contract_terms_on_neighbors_front_door_for/j48ywmp/

Perhaps, but in my (admittedly limited) experience, husbands often put up those signs because the wife wasn't great at saying no. Just swing by during bank hours and, again, odds are the houses with the loudest signs will be the most likely to close that deal.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on January 13, 2023 19:05:08
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/10b2y8f/contract_terms_on_neighbors_front_door_for/j48ksqi/

I used to do door to door sales. The more insistent the signs were about not soliciting, the more likely they were to bite. Those signs aren't there because the residents are *good* at saying no to a pitch.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on January 13, 2023 17:28:39
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/109hifb/trying_to_get_colors_to_match_between_small/j46j4p6/

For what kind of camera? I've used the Sony camera manuals as a guide generally. There was a YouTube video I saw a while back talking about scopes and using the matrix. I'll see if I can find it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 13, 2023 09:48:37
/r/explainlikeimfive/comments/10a23a4/eli5_why_cant_they_just_close_all_the_dams_in/j41oftp/

>This is the same logic as why certain areas have laws against people using rain catching basins or barrels on their property I'd also like to point out that usually these laws have exceptions for a garden rain barrel, or reasonable accomodations for personal use. The case people like to go to for this one is Gary Harrington of Oregon. He built multiple *reservoirs* on his property by building multiple dams.over 20 feet high. He was hoarding so much water he was able to stock them with game fish. It's still typically legal to collect runoff from your roof, or what have you.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/explainlikeimfive on January 12, 2023 10:50:22
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/109hifb/trying_to_get_colors_to_match_between_small/j3yvko9/

You need to get in to the camera multi matrix, and use a chip chart. Lighting will also change the color so if they have multiple looks you need multiple scenes.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 11, 2023 19:26:49
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/1095vqi/tricaster_2_elite_for_sale/j3wpv4z/

>The price is 22k with maybe a little wiggle room I'll never understand why what are essentially LTSC windows boxes.with capture cards go for this kinda money. Best of luck on your post op. I'm just a TriCrasher hater expressing my befuddlement.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on January 11, 2023 11:23:26
/r/learnpython/comments/108tjv0/how_do_i_learn_python_to_make_a_visual_novel/j3w9l7u/

If your ultimate goal is to make a visual novel, and not to learn to code, then let me tack left here and suggest you just download Unreal engine and start there. There is some C++ scripting, if you *want* to, but the node based system is more than adequate and there are in engine tools you can use for layout and animation. There are many UE5 tutorials out there for free, including the documentation on Epics website.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/learnpython on January 11, 2023 09:37:37
/r/offbeat/comments/108axur/national_guard_general_fired_for_ordering_troops/j3t80lw/

Only if he is eligible for disability.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on January 10, 2023 17:22:23
/r/offbeat/comments/108axur/national_guard_general_fired_for_ordering_troops/j3t7yop/

I mean, he was removed from command. He was absolutely fired, he just wasn't stripped of his pension.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on January 10, 2023 17:22:03
/r/LosAngelesSocialClub/comments/1080kgv/grandmas_tamale_recipe/j3slc83/

Yeah, I am not sure who greenlit this post but it's not a good fit for this sub. I think anything more than recommending a restaurant or bar should probably be against the rules here, as far as commercial activities go.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngelesSocialClub on January 10, 2023 15:07:33
/r/offbeat/comments/108axur/national_guard_general_fired_for_ordering_troops/j3sjy94/

All fair points. Presumably generals are AGR and not generic federal employees. Even if he starts drawing a pension though he's no longer drawing active duty pay and he's definitely been removed from command.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on January 10, 2023 14:59:18
/r/Cooking/comments/108ams8/as_cooks_what_are_your_opinions_on_the_proposed/j3sh7es/

The outdoor burner is clutch. Put it next to the grill and the deep fryer. Ultimate outdoor cooking setup.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 10, 2023 14:42:56
/r/AskCulinary/comments/1081ea5/im_making_soup_with_a_ham_bone_tomorrow_but_im/j3scc1a/

I've never had this issue with any of mine, usually for split pea soup or ham and bean stew though. It's possible that you need to blanch it, if you have a lot of the exterior meat on it, but again usually I just have the meat close to the bone on the ones I've gotten. If hbh doesn't work for you though that's okay. There's always smoked ham hocks!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on January 10, 2023 14:13:14
/r/offbeat/comments/108axur/national_guard_general_fired_for_ordering_troops/j3rnuyk/

Yeah he can't draw his pension for 3 more years (he's 57) and he's not getting a check anymore*and* once he starts drawing a pension, well the NG has a weird points system so it may not amount to a full active duty pension, depending on how he was classified as an employee. So he was definitely fired. Just not court martialed or stripped of benefits or rank.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on January 10, 2023 11:44:49
/r/AskCulinary/comments/1081ea5/im_making_soup_with_a_ham_bone_tomorrow_but_im/j3rmrwe/

You can get ham bones at honey baked ham for cheap, and they're usually still thick with meat. It's my go-to for split pea soup or ham and bean stew.or what have you!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on January 10, 2023 11:38:11
/r/offbeat/comments/108axur/national_guard_general_fired_for_ordering_troops/j3rld07/

Retired reserve means no active duty pay or benefits. Probably still eligible for retirement and health benefits, but in the national guard you can't draw.your pension until you reach a certain age. Or at least that's how it was in the early 2000's.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on January 10, 2023 11:29:25
/r/todayilearned/comments/107e9s2/til_that_french_opposition_to_the_2003_invasion/j3nc6jj/

It's the Nickelback effect. I think it just got trendy to hate it, so people bandwagon. Not to say Nickelback is great or anything, but there's certainly much worse music out there.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on January 9, 2023 14:33:30
/r/todayilearned/comments/107e9s2/til_that_french_opposition_to_the_2003_invasion/j3nb2cf/

My yum wasn't yucked, no worries. However I find American cheese has a few uses. If I'm making a brekkie sandwich, like a sausage egg and cheese, then American! Obviously a low brow grilled cheese, American can be a great primary, or addition. It's nice as an enhancer/melting assist in stovetop Mac. Honestly I just think it has it's uses like any other ingredient. I wouldn't put pastry cream on hash browns, but pastry cream is delicious.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on January 9, 2023 14:26:35
/r/todayilearned/comments/107e9s2/til_that_french_opposition_to_the_2003_invasion/j3mp6nk/

That's a different burger all together. If I'm doing a more "gourmet" burger then Bleu can be a good option. If I'm making diner style smash burgers though, pass that American cheese.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on January 9, 2023 12:14:14
/r/WTF/comments/106q0r6/most_metal_thing_ive_seen_in_a_while/j3iyo3x/

It's definitely not true. There's no ER doctor in the world that treats a wasp bite with rattlesnake antivenin.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on January 8, 2023 17:13:35
/r/WTF/comments/106q0r6/most_metal_thing_ive_seen_in_a_while/j3iydtg/

Most game is chewy.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on January 8, 2023 17:11:46
/r/WTF/comments/106q0r6/most_metal_thing_ive_seen_in_a_while/j3iy9q2/

No. Exotics are kinda the odd man out in the veterinary world. My old vet used to do a *massive* heart stick of euthasol, then put the animal in the freezer.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on January 8, 2023 17:11:02
/r/WTF/comments/106jptu/vacuumed_day_old_chicks/j3iopda/

Used to work at a vet clinic where we had to euthanize a Boa who'd been feed a live rat before the owner went to bed. The rat chewed up the snake so bad we couldn't save it. Rat was still alive.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on January 8, 2023 16:12:23
/r/WTF/comments/106jptu/vacuumed_day_old_chicks/j3iod7z/

There are a lot of unscrupulous hot snake dealers, and a lot of fucking idiots out there. I used to work for a wildlife rescue and we got called in when someone stopped paying on their storage unit. Turns out they had 3 local rattlesnakes, and a half a dozen cobras. Just left in a fucking storage unit.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on January 8, 2023 16:10:24
/r/seriouseats/comments/105ry9z/shrimp_étouffée_using_microwave_roux_hack_better/j3fry29/

It's a lot easier to get a very dark roux without burning it this way. Especially if you don't make dark rouxs often.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/seriouseats on January 8, 2023 01:18:43
/r/LosAngeles/comments/105ssej/steps_from_alvarado_terrace_the_eclectic_1902/j3czssy/

Actually I vote for this. I'm a big dude. I could probably gladiator my way to a 1 bed condo.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on January 7, 2023 13:11:08
/r/LosAngeles/comments/105ssej/steps_from_alvarado_terrace_the_eclectic_1902/j3czh1k/

Those Craftsmen still exist, but GCs don't wanna pay for craftsmanship, they want production.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on January 7, 2023 13:08:59
/r/seriouseats/comments/105ry9z/shrimp_étouffée_using_microwave_roux_hack_better/j3cil3z/

Microwaving the roux is how the little Cajun "maw" who taught me to cook did it. The other great option is in the oven. Takes longer but you don't have to stir a pot continuously.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/seriouseats on January 7, 2023 11:18:15
/r/woodworking/comments/105cjhk/how_long_after_a_glue_up_can_you_apply_oil_glued/j3b92w2/

I got it cheap from a person selling honey at the farmers market. It was only a couple of dollars a pound.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/woodworking on January 7, 2023 03:30:01
/r/Cooking/comments/104fhm8/why_do_i_feel_like_every_recipe_calls_for_too/j384foy/

Most vanilla applications are best served by an extract, or at most some kinda paste. There are 2 situations I use while bean pods. Those are custard, and ice cream. Everything else, even the imitation stuff is totally fine.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 6, 2023 13:18:16
/r/worldnews/comments/10439zy/ukraine_rejects_putin_call_for_christmas_truce/j341ipy/

36 hours. Long enough to catch your breath and shuttle around a few commanders for the regularly scheduled scapegoating.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on January 5, 2023 17:13:54
/r/Cooking/comments/103p371/do_you_own_a_dishwasher_is_it_worth_it/j32sqb7/

I'm in the same boat you are. I won't rent a place without a dishwasher anymore, and if it's reasonably modern, it will typically use less water too.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on January 5, 2023 12:48:35
/r/livesound/comments/10420kr/how_can_i_tell_sound_guys_in_the_nicest_way/j32rqac/

During COVID a lot of live event people bailed. There are a *lot* of green techs and engineers out there. I'm primarily a video guy but I've seen a ton of this. I actually saw a gig once where the PM went to Home Depot to get.some stagehands and truck loaders. It was a complete disaster but there wasn't anyone else who could (or would) take the call.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/livesound on January 5, 2023 12:42:43
/r/todayilearned/comments/102ahhf/til_the_us_army_once_designed_an_anti_armor/j2sp9hy/

There's a ton of people who never played any organized sports at all.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on January 3, 2023 13:12:51
/r/todayilearned/comments/102ahhf/til_the_us_army_once_designed_an_anti_armor/j2sns80/

So wait, you did football, baseball and wrestling, *and* played street ball, and you don't consider yourself a jock or an athlete. We have seemingly different definitions. And since you're a crayon eater, and I was a chair captain, presumably you're a better runner and fighter, but my definitions are probably more on point...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on January 3, 2023 13:03:31
/r/todayilearned/comments/102ahhf/til_the_us_army_once_designed_an_anti_armor/j2smnx0/

Were you on any organized sports teams in school?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on January 3, 2023 12:56:29
/r/todayilearned/comments/102ahhf/til_the_us_army_once_designed_an_anti_armor/j2smerh/

Everyone who didn't throw balls and run around considers you an athlete.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on January 3, 2023 12:54:55
/r/todayilearned/comments/102ahhf/til_the_us_army_once_designed_an_anti_armor/j2sm1gc/

If you spent most of your time running and throwing, you were absolutely a jock. Maybe not the star quarterback, but absolutely an athlete. Even as an 80's kid who spent a lot of time outside, I was never an athlete. I spent my time catching lizards and building forts, not throwing balls and running. Your experience isn't unique, but it's also not ubiquitous.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on January 3, 2023 12:52:39
/r/nolagardening/comments/101xw2z/tomatoes/j2sjfr7/

This is all phenomenal advice.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nolagardening on January 3, 2023 12:36:29
/r/nolagardening/comments/101xw2z/tomatoes/j2sj9i5/

Sungolds are also great. Honestly just about any cherry tomato will be a winner.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nolagardening on January 3, 2023 12:35:24
/r/AskBaking/comments/101nfgq/kerrygold_obsession/j2sh8ih/

I was merely elaborating on your point and offering some analogies.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on January 3, 2023 12:22:48
/r/AskBaking/comments/101nfgq/kerrygold_obsession/j2sh4hf/

It's really just about moisture content and ratios. If you have less fat and more water in your butter then you're likely to get a "fluffier" end result, whereas without moisture and more fat you may end up with something considered "greasy" by some.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on January 3, 2023 12:22:07
/r/AskBaking/comments/101nfgq/kerrygold_obsession/j2sfm69/

European style butter and American sweet cream butter are different ingredients. Its like the difference between half and half vs cream, or cabbage vs sauerkraut. They're *similar* things, and come from the same place, but the end result has different properties and can't really be interchanged without modification.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on January 3, 2023 12:12:44
/r/AskBaking/comments/101nfgq/kerrygold_obsession/j2sf7s0/

If you brown it, it matters less. By the time you toast milk solids and render out the moisture, it really doesn't matter what butter you use as long as it's not rancid, or, like margarine.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on January 3, 2023 12:10:14
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/102at39/good_divorce_attorney_in_la/j2seons/

Sorry you're going through this OP. I don't have any attorney advice, but I wish you well. This sub can be odd sometimes. There's seemingly a whole segment of the subscribers here who are mad at people asking questions. Which makes me wonder why they're even subbed here, but take solace that your misery is temporary and there are clear.skies behind your dark clouds. The misanthropes here taking every opportunity to turn the knife have a much more perilous journey to satisfaction than you do.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on January 3, 2023 12:06:55
/r/nolagardening/comments/101xw2z/tomatoes/j2qxgw7/

Cherry and plumb tomatoes. Anything that grows and matures fairly quickly, frankly. Our springs get too hot for 'maters by April or May and spring pests are an unwavering assault of the masses that never seems to end. I did well with Roma/San Marzano, and I liked the super sweet 100's. Any time I have tried to do heirloom or beefsteak type tomatoes it's gone poorly.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nolagardening on January 3, 2023 03:52:03
/r/WhitePeopleTwitter/comments/101vuzh/conspiracy_theorists_are_already_blaming_damar/j2qs0ck/

I hope you actually follow through. Whoever told you mRNA can alter DNA either lacks the science literacy to be spreading microbiology information, or has an agenda.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WhitePeopleTwitter on January 3, 2023 02:41:03
/r/WhitePeopleTwitter/comments/101vuzh/conspiracy_theorists_are_already_blaming_damar/j2qq9mn/

>It changes your whole DNA It does not. mRNA \*can't\* change your DNA. It's just not how it works. [Here](https://atdbio.com/nucleic-acids-book/Transcription-Translation-and-Replication) is a decent primer on transcription and translation if you care to learn something today.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WhitePeopleTwitter on January 3, 2023 02:19:27
/r/HotPeppers/comments/101h8y5/i_feel_like_a_bic_is_as_good_as_a_banana_for/j2obvf6/

Just based on appearance that seems about right honestly.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/HotPeppers on January 2, 2023 15:35:14
/r/funny/comments/101f12y/short_term_memory/j2o64vx/

So one in six froze is a lot different from what you officially said. Especially given the one who was eating starburst was the victims son. I'm suddenly pressing "f" or assuming you haven't shared all the relevant details.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 2, 2023 14:58:05
/r/funny/comments/101f12y/short_term_memory/j2o301p/

So when you say "they all" what did you mean? Like that one guy?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 2, 2023 14:38:08
/r/HotPeppers/comments/101h8y5/i_feel_like_a_bic_is_as_good_as_a_banana_for/j2nyf4w/

The acid in the fermentation will probably help though it may be wise to do a side by side with some uncorked peppers fermented at the same time. Well, if you wanna be scientific. If you just wanna eat those peppers then you do you!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/HotPeppers on January 2, 2023 14:08:54
/r/funny/comments/101f12y/short_term_memory/j2nxb0k/

As someone who trains a lot of people who have "already been trained" I can say with confidence that just because you've *told* someone something, or followed a script, doesn't mean you've *trained* them to do anything at all.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 2, 2023 14:01:42
/r/funny/comments/101f12y/short_term_memory/j2nrjgl/

Just gonna toss this out there, but if you trained them, and none of them did anything, then maybe they weren't the problem...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 2, 2023 13:25:06
/r/funny/comments/101f12y/short_term_memory/j2nqzyy/

Agreed that a touch helps refocus buf often just pointing and saying "you, do this simple task" is enough to get people moving. Typically something like "you, call 911" or "you, go get towels" will suffice. If people have a simple task and are alleviated of responsibility they'll often comply.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 2, 2023 13:21:42
/r/HotPeppers/comments/101h8y5/i_feel_like_a_bic_is_as_good_as_a_banana_for/j2nqi8l/

That's fine if you're gonna scratch off all the bark, or fire roast and peel the skin I suppose.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/HotPeppers on January 2, 2023 13:18:39
/r/funny/comments/101ek1r/a_true_canadian_emergency/j2nqbb1/

Does that make me the "Commando" of gravy? I'd bear that burden, if our country called.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 2, 2023 13:17:27
/r/funny/comments/101ek1r/a_true_canadian_emergency/j2nmof4/

All you need is fat (oil or butter) some Better than Bouillon, some starchz and some water. I learned to cook in the US south. I can fix this gravy problem. Put me in coach.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on January 2, 2023 12:54:25
/r/HotPeppers/comments/101h8y5/i_feel_like_a_bic_is_as_good_as_a_banana_for/j2nj7va/

Is it just me or when they get *that* corked, do they kind of have a woody texture? Don't get me wrong, these look cool, and if OP loves them then I love that for them, but these seem like they would be unpleasant to eat.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/HotPeppers on January 2, 2023 12:32:18
/r/AskCulinary/comments/101dz4b/demi_glace_with_moose/j2nibrq/

I'd use feet, not wings. Cheaper, and more collagen per unit of meat, meaning less dilution of the moose flavor. You could also make your demo and if it's not the consistency you like you can just add gelatin.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on January 2, 2023 12:26:31
/r/WhitePeopleTwitter/comments/100l2xl/incel_is_the_new_n_word_according_to_the_tater/j2ikfhc/

I have worked with and around a lot of incredibly wealthy people, by virtue of my job. Almost none of them have the self-awareness to understand why or how they became successful. That's why you hear nonsense about sleeping patterns and gimmicky organizational systems, instead of strong reference to luck, being in the right place at the right time, and connections to or with other wealthy people who were (usually) lucky, and in the right place at the right time. If you're a millionaire, you can \*maybe\* get away with the age old story of moxy and brilliance. If you've got 100 million or more, at least some aspect of your success is a con.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WhitePeopleTwitter on January 1, 2023 11:34:58
/r/pics/comments/1008iq3/flat_earth_peeps_explain_this_one_please/j2gsy3q/

They knew the earth was round well before Columbus. It wasn't the shape, it was the distance that everyone was concerned about. Columbus did some dodgy math and though it wouldn't be as far as it really is to circumnavigate to India. Basically if it weren't for the Americas then he would have doomed his crew to starvation and dehydration because he sucked at geometry.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on December 31, 2022 23:16:23
/r/technology/comments/zzium0/fidelity_slashes_the_value_of_its_twitter_stake/j2dyfst/

There are 2 types of people left at Twitter: The musketeers who think Elon is the IRL Tony Stark, and who will gladly bring in their own TP, and second the folks who *can't* leave due to medical coverage or visa issues.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on December 31, 2022 10:33:15
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/zz8agk/suggestions_for_taking_out_my_wife_for_her/j2ahvwm/

You suck. This is AskLosAngeles. If you don't want to see questions, maybe unsub.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on December 30, 2022 15:44:59
/r/kayakfishing/comments/zyydpo/it_was_a_one_trout_kinda_day/j2a9kmt/

They're drum, related to redfish and black drum.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/kayakfishing on December 30, 2022 14:51:03
/r/nolagardening/comments/zxca62/fruit_tree_recommendations/j1zwgfq/

Fig. Specifically Celeste figs but lots of other varieties grow well there too. I will say they benefit from a little shade if they're in a container. If they're in the ground and the soil is halfway decent then they'll do great.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nolagardening on December 28, 2022 12:23:36
/r/AskCulinary/comments/zx57l8/when_deep_frying_foods_that_float_in_oil_why_isnt/j1zv9mp/

The water escapes in the form of steam. Those are the bubbles you see when deep frying, it's water being expelled as steam.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on December 28, 2022 12:15:49
/r/AskCulinary/comments/zx57l8/when_deep_frying_foods_that_float_in_oil_why_isnt/j1zv2vi/

I don't think that's how it works. The air inside isn't coming from the atmosphere around it, like it gets sucked in. The air already exists in the form of CO2 and other kneaded-in gas bubbles.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on December 28, 2022 12:14:35
/r/AskCulinary/comments/zx57l8/when_deep_frying_foods_that_float_in_oil_why_isnt/j1zuwcf/

I've also definitely seen the 2 basket fry method, where you put food in a fry basket, then drop another basket nested inside, *then* fry.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on December 28, 2022 12:13:22
/r/carbonsteel/comments/zlwibn/cooking_chicken_thighs/j1mq0dg/

That's fair enough. I think chicken thighs are forgiving enough that if you sear the skin properly and make sure it's cooked through, you'll be set.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/carbonsteel on December 25, 2022 12:54:35
/r/carbonsteel/comments/zlwibn/cooking_chicken_thighs/j1mo1p5/

There's lots of great pan cooked chicken thigh recipes. I typically do a pan sear then roast in the oven, but I find it odd that you think you shouldn't cook chicken thighs in a pan.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/carbonsteel on December 25, 2022 12:39:06
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1jhfah/

Got it. So only criticism in private. All dissent deleted. Very neutral. Well no. Very political.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 16:21:43
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1jgt9b/

I'd just love for this to all be public. So folks can cite them as sources, you know? I'm happy to make this a meta thread, but I'm not okay taking this private.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 16:17:13
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1jge41/

So what you're saying is that removals are not automated at all?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 16:14:14
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1jf4nx/

It's not about response time. It's about automating some things and not others. It's a silly thing. This isn't really about neutrality, it's about debate club rules. If you're going to require manual approval, you should require manual approval. Maybe you should just switch to no new comments unless mod approved.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 16:05:15
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1je6sc/

Your rules are apparently based around removing things first and restoring them later. If you remember. Or if someone reminds you, I guess.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 15:58:32
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1jdsnh/

I didn't get a response until I asked for it. Actually until I asked for it a second time, in a different thread.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 15:55:50
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1jcyoh/

Removals are fairly quick and retractions are slow. It's a problem IMO.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 15:50:00
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1jcqi5/

It was a response to another post. If I really just replaced the pronouns with generic verbage would it then be allowed?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 15:48:24
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1jc92o/

Did you wanna address [this one ](https://www.reddit.com/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1j7zzw/) where I've asked for feedback?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 15:44:58
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1j92wz/

By definition none of that information is private. It's all required to be submitted to the government, subject to audit, required to be surrendered for pretty much *any* loan application.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 15:22:36
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1j7zzw/

For what it's worth I wasn't making anything personal, I was asking for arguments to support their position. How would you like me to format this to make it compliant with Sub rules?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 15:15:02
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1j65rn/

Why do you feel that information is private? And why do you feel comfortable divilgiythat information to your employer, lenders, the government, etc, but not taking that one next step? What is it you actually have to lose from that information being public?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 15:02:08
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1j5u0u/

If your relationship with your family is so bad that they're going to pester you for money, then block and or ignore them. In a world where the American retort about freedom of speech is "the answer to bad speech is more speech" then I can't understand how we are deciding that something which *should* be public record, isn't. I imagine a lot of economic questions (and research) would suddenly be trivial if the database that *everything is already in* became public. This is a legacy of aristocratic manners getting in the way of public policy, IMO.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 14:59:51
/r/WTF/comments/zu9201/throwback_to_my_old_job/j1j2djj/

The truth is, if one wants at you, you'll be in pieces before you get a swing off. It's not the shark you see, that you need to be worried about, it's the shark you don't.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on December 24, 2022 14:35:41
/r/todayilearned/comments/zu5zsz/til_ozzy_osbourne_gave_up_taking_acid_during_the/j1ixoux/

Yeah maybe he should have kept going. That was probably the first "person" to tell him to fuck off in years. Everyone else woulda been too afraid.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on December 24, 2022 14:02:56
/r/NeutralPolitics/comments/zubp3b/can_release_of_trumps_tax_returns_potentially/j1iws2d/

Is it just me, or does trying to hide everyone's financial information only help people who have financial information to hide? Like the plumber filing a 1040EZ probably isn't too worried about his information going public.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/NeutralPolitics on December 24, 2022 13:56:35
/r/WTF/comments/zu9201/throwback_to_my_old_job/j1iw2d8/

In the event of a proper attack, you're already fucked. Bopping the snoot is just what they tell people so they aren't afraid of sharks. It's like running in to a Navy seal. If he wants to kill you, you're probably dead. If he's just having a laugh, a pop to the nose might turn 'em off.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on December 24, 2022 13:51:42
/r/WTF/comments/zto1dk/the_wasp_a_knife_that_fills_your_target_with_a/j1f225p/

I've only ever seen the ones that use ammunition. I know they're available in multiple calibers. The actual cartridge carrying device is called a power head and the whole assembly with the shaft is called a bang stick. A CO2 powered version doesn't surprise me though. It's a really effective weapon and you can get CO2 carts pretty much anywhere in the world, even places where firearm ammunition would be regulated.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on December 23, 2022 15:59:43
/r/WTF/comments/zto1dk/the_wasp_a_knife_that_fills_your_target_with_a/j1f0zk0/

Those use normal firearm ammunition. The CO2 knife is different entirely.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on December 23, 2022 15:52:07
/r/news/comments/zqwmxj/twitter_is_hit_with_dozens_of_legal_complaints_by/j1e3si8/

If he actually renegs on anything promised in California he's completely hosed. He also may have done enough to pierce the corporate veil (though that's a more contentious topic). So worst case Elon may end up having to pay out of pocket for his corporate boondoggles.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 23, 2022 12:04:32
/r/funny/comments/ztb31d/putting_all_your_money_in_tesla_stock/j1e32pf/

All I will say is that nobody I know in SoCal is going to forgo an EV6 because the CEO is wading in to the culture wars. Tesla has a number of things going for it, infrastructure for instance, but quite a few going against it. I think if Elon doesn't get his head in the right place then he's uniquely in a position to sink Tesla no matter what the manufacturing or financials are behind it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on December 23, 2022 11:59:40
/r/funny/comments/ztb31d/putting_all_your_money_in_tesla_stock/j1dko6q/

Eh, there are also signals of reduced demand. It's likely that between inflation, the recession, and pissing off middle class California liberals, Tesla is going to be hurting for a while. It also appears that the demand Musk expected in China is way softer than he'd anticipated, and other manufacturers are catching up very quickly in the EV race. So Tesla may be hurting for a while.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on December 23, 2022 09:52:25
/r/offbeat/comments/zsmwsp/girl_scout_mom_kicked_out_of_rockettes_show_after/j19ckaw/

I imagine if Dolan implemented this tech, it was *exclusively* to keep people out who want him to sell the Nicks. He's a thin skinned tyrant, born of money, and made in it's image.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on December 22, 2022 12:02:03
/r/news/comments/zqwmxj/twitter_is_hit_with_dozens_of_legal_complaints_by/j12mk29/

[The WARN act applies here.](https://edd.ca.gov/en/jobs_and_training/Layoff_Services/#:~:text=Requires%20certain%20employers%20to%20give,plant%20closing%20or%20mass%20layoff.&text=Assistance%20is%20available%20for%20both,through%20downsizing%20or%20plant%20closures.)

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 21, 2022 00:21:54
/r/Cooking/comments/zquj1y/what_meal_have_you_tried_cooking_at_home_but_wont/j12cpap/

Just make rough puff. It's like 90% identical and 100% as tasty.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on December 20, 2022 22:50:49
/r/news/comments/zqwmxj/twitter_is_hit_with_dozens_of_legal_complaints_by/j12a8ub/

California for sure. I think it's either 60 days notice, or severance.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 20, 2022 22:30:13
/r/pics/comments/zqonxl/zelenskyy_meets_with_ukrainian_troops_in_bakhmut/j0zxim6/

Times chooses people based on their impact. It's not an endorsement, it's an acknowledgement. I do think the real measure of Zelenski will be how he handles the post war, but I haven't seen anything to suggest to me that he is willing to sell out his country to make a buck.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on December 20, 2022 12:39:56
/r/news/comments/zpizsp/twitter_deletes_controversial_new_policy_banning/j0vp1mg/

Nobody is mad. Well unless you're mad I guess. Why do you assume people are mad?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 19, 2022 14:43:26
/r/news/comments/zpizsp/twitter_deletes_controversial_new_policy_banning/j0uzclf/

The joke is that most people test the waters before making a huge fucking mess throwing shit against the wall. I feel like you need that spelled out for you.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 19, 2022 11:56:05
/r/news/comments/zpizsp/twitter_deletes_controversial_new_policy_banning/j0uvu7l/

The reply was also part of the joke. The fact that you missed that concerns me.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 19, 2022 11:32:47
/r/news/comments/zpizsp/twitter_deletes_controversial_new_policy_banning/j0ufl1b/

Most people just taste a noodle. Nobody's got time to clean pasta off the damned wall.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 19, 2022 09:37:11
/r/nottheonion/comments/zp46yr/many_house_republicans_too_dimwitted_to_wield/j0s1jmc/

You know, if it wasn't Red Cruz goo, I might agree with you.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on December 18, 2022 18:55:44
/r/nottheonion/comments/zp46yr/many_house_republicans_too_dimwitted_to_wield/j0s16cc/

It's all fun and games until your parry gets you showered with "mystery goo".

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on December 18, 2022 18:53:01
/r/nottheonion/comments/zp46yr/many_house_republicans_too_dimwitted_to_wield/j0rm5r3/

It's not that I'm too good for used fuck toys. I just don't trust conservatives to dip them in the sanitation tank on the way out.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on December 18, 2022 17:04:30
/r/news/comments/zp43vj/argentina_win_the_2022_world_cup_defeating_france/j0qx9gw/

Billions of people are frequently wrong about all kinda stuff.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 18, 2022 14:18:56
/r/news/comments/zp43vj/argentina_win_the_2022_world_cup_defeating_france/j0qx5uq/

Meh, tell that to all the folks who died building stadiums and lived in practical slavery. I mean it's cool that a bunch of rich dudes from all over the world were able to measure their peens. That's gotta be worth a few thousand Indians.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 18, 2022 14:18:18
/r/nottheonion/comments/zp46yr/many_house_republicans_too_dimwitted_to_wield/j0qurag/

Eh, maybe if they were still in the original packaging. There would be some hygienic issues with any sack of sex toys coming out of the conservative wing of the US house.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on December 18, 2022 14:03:48
/r/technology/comments/zoow41/california_invests_26_billion_to_build_90000_ev/j0qtto2/

There are definitely street parking chargers in LA. I can't speak to the rest of California, but as long as there is a utility pole nearby, hooking up a charger is about as simple as getting the permit, and appropriate permissions. Well, provided you already have a charging product and an app to monetize it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on December 18, 2022 13:58:24
/r/news/comments/zp08m8/antilgbtq_hate_on_twitter_reaches_terrifying/j0qrtps/

Which is what's going to sink Tesla and Space-X. How many "lib-tear drinking" conservatives do you know who are suddenly going to trade in the Ford for a Cyber truck, or a Model 3?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 18, 2022 13:46:30
/r/LosAngeles/comments/zocd7s/mountain_lion_p22_is_euthanized_wildlife/j0mbti9/

I would rather be euthanized than let the languish. I say this as a former vet tech. I hope I get to have as much dignity in death as our furry companions.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on December 17, 2022 14:25:02
/r/news/comments/zkv0vu/supreme_court_wont_block_california_flavored/j0h78qh/

The measure banning flavored nic passed by a 2-1 margin. So it passed spectacularly.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 16, 2022 11:49:46
/r/news/comments/zkyinq/recount_confirms_lauren_boebert_narrowly_held_her/j038cz7/

McCarthy is so desperate for the speaker's gavel he will promise anything to anyone if they promise to vote him. I think you're right that the house GOP isn't going to get anywhere, and that'll be because they're being held hostage by the far right who just want to carry on premises and talk about Hunter Biden for the next 2 years. Probably a full 1/5 or more of the R caucus doesn't *want* to govern. They're happy to let it burn and profit from the carcass.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 13, 2022 14:33:31
/r/news/comments/zkv0vu/supreme_court_wont_block_california_flavored/j03013s/

It was put to a vote on a ballot during an election. I'm not sure how much more direct or democratic it could be.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 13, 2022 13:41:00
/r/news/comments/zkv0vu/supreme_court_wont_block_california_flavored/j02ztot/

Yeah that's how voting works sometimes. Wait until you hear what percentage of voters it takes to elect a president.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 13, 2022 13:39:42
/r/Cooking/comments/zkw7tm/an_actual_conversation_between_my_mother_and_i/j02sube/

It's also worth noting that European butter typically has a higher fat and lower water content. You may want to add a touch less butter and just a few mls of milk to make the substitution. They're both butter, but in a way they're kind of different ingredients when it comes to baking.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on December 13, 2022 12:55:51
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/zjk7lp/this_popeyes_employee_strapped_on_the_job_in/j02mccx/

My friend, I hear you, and your opinion is valid, but I don't think we are having the same discussion.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on December 13, 2022 12:15:34
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/zjk7lp/this_popeyes_employee_strapped_on_the_job_in/j02jtdl/

It's fast food gravy man. It's pretty tasty for what it is. I don't know how we got on a tangent about the fryers.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on December 13, 2022 11:59:35
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/zjk7lp/this_popeyes_employee_strapped_on_the_job_in/j02inxg/

It's not about the potatoes, it's about the gravy.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on December 13, 2022 11:52:21
/r/kayakfishing/comments/zk7xsm/tips_for_fly_fishing_off_a_kayak/j020lrp/

Those marshes are thick with bait, and fish, but it's getting to be pretty chilly and that usually moves them in to deep water. Don't expect much from the specks if the water temp is much below 60. Reds can still be active but I'm not so sure about on a fly or top water unless its first light and a fairly warm morning. Typically this time of year we would go towards to bottom, so maybe bring a backup spinner with a gulp shrimp or a matrix shad under a popping cork.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/kayakfishing on December 13, 2022 09:42:05
/r/science/comments/zkb8zf/medicaid_expansion_plus_prep_and_antivirals_could/izys13m/

Yeah but then Texas would have to admit that a federal program had a positive impact. So, uh, denied

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/science on December 12, 2022 16:04:22
/r/funny/comments/zilaeu/harmless_pranks_are_the_best/izub458/

Yeah it used to primarily have use in defense, aviation and communication but since processing power has exploded, and you can drive over 100k channels at a time, it's now possible to do truly extraordinary things with it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on December 11, 2022 17:16:26
/r/AskBaking/comments/ziys4v/tough_layer_on_outside_of_muffins/izttc7i/

Just get a better digital thermometer and then do some confirmation/calibration with iced water and boiling water.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on December 11, 2022 15:17:22
/r/TrueReddit/comments/zixzmk/moral_purity_will_be_the_death_of_progress/iztffkp/

The House GoP are about to shoot themselves in the foot over the speakership because McCarthy doesn't pass the purity test for a small cohort of extreme right wing congress members. Even if he manages to secure the gavel, he's going to have to have promised so much to that small faction that they'll inevitably drive legislation and rhetoric even farther to the right. McCarthy has to pick between placating the hard right wing, and getting nothing done, or compromising with Democrats to pass bills. So it's funny that this gets posted and is targeted directly at Democrats when the actual thing the author is trying to discuss is currently being perpetrated by the Republicans.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on December 11, 2022 13:49:05
/r/funny/comments/zilaeu/harmless_pranks_are_the_best/izt3rt5/

Look up phased arrays. It will answer a lot of your questions, but the short answer is that a matrix of smaller drivers can fire slightly out of phase, to cause specific wave interference which is used to shape the compound audio wave.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on December 11, 2022 12:34:33
/r/funny/comments/zilaeu/harmless_pranks_are_the_best/izt3hca/

Wait until you hear about phased arrays and beam forming.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on December 11, 2022 12:32:32
/r/Archery/comments/zitnjb/shooting_a_compound_bow_underwater/izsztwo/

Yeah spears in spear guns are *heavy* and you don't have a bunch of moving parts being resisted by the water. If you watch towards the end, that arrow gets almost zero penetration in that jug, whereas even an inexpensive speargun would have likely penetrated to the other side.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Archery on December 11, 2022 12:06:57
/r/fitmeals/comments/zhx2oq/how_to_keep_chicken_breast_chunks_juicy/izrsll4/

There's also not really compelling evidence that eating saturated fats is necessarily a bad thing.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/fitmeals on December 11, 2022 05:43:00
/r/news/comments/zi73xk/twitter_relaunching_subscriber_service_after/izrd1vt/

You mean like if someone signs up using your referral code then you climb towards silver, and then if *that* person signs up 2 more people then you start building up your downline?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on December 11, 2022 02:03:16
/r/Cooking/comments/zhztjy/im_nervous_about_making_bonein_chicken_thighs/izowmxs/

You *should* overcook dark meat. You absolutely can pull it at 160f but you'll probably have a better experience if you let it go to 180f or even 200f.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on December 10, 2022 14:10:27
/r/Cooking/comments/zhztjy/im_nervous_about_making_bonein_chicken_thighs/izoshlx/

Bone in chicken thighs can be eaten a few ways. Typically I see people start with a fork and knife, then pick up the bone to eat off of once it's been cut down. I'd say the exception to this is fried chicken where people just grab and eat. That being said if the bone is an issue for you, you can absolutely debone the thigh but leave the skin on, and have a perfectly cromulent knife and fork experience without the bone.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on December 10, 2022 13:41:17
/r/science/comments/zhduu8/a_growing_body_of_evidence_indicates_that/izohbwn/

But cherry Garcia contains fruit. That makes it healthy.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/science on December 10, 2022 12:25:21
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/zflua1/behind_the_scenes_on_game_day_in_the_control_room/izfmkfy/

That's a bit disappointing. It almost doesn't make sense to go 2110 if your primary source is SDI native and you're having to convert anyway.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on December 8, 2022 14:26:41
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/zflua1/behind_the_scenes_on_game_day_in_the_control_room/izf0nxr/

I may be misremembering, it could be a different SoCal venue. Though I didn't know Ross had ST2110 native switchers. That's interesting to know.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on December 8, 2022 12:05:16
/r/AskCulinary/comments/ze9rwn/when_a_recipe_calls_for_fennel_how_do_you_know/iz7q6oq/

The reaction becomes unstable and you risk a resonance cascade.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on December 6, 2022 21:12:30
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/zdk4ib/curious_about_this_small_camera_used_in_the_world/iz5iso9/

I'm not mad at OBS, it just doesn't have the tools for professional production. It is, however, a swiss army knife. It's not great at anything, but it's good enough at plenty of things and can often save your ass on a gig. FWIW I'm not mad at high school kids, DSLRs, or gimbals either.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on December 6, 2022 12:12:36
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/zdk4ib/curious_about_this_small_camera_used_in_the_world/iz5gkix/

Yeah I think for music and entertainment there's room for this kind of look, but shoehorning it in to sports is someone trying really hard to be artistic with a format and content that is much better server by a "capture the action" mindset.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on December 6, 2022 11:57:58
/r/Broadcasting/comments/zda3xs/moving_on_from_master_control/iz5dzzv/

Air Force. I signed up, had to wait, then the towers got hit and I had to wait a little longer.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Broadcasting on December 6, 2022 11:41:14
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/zdk4ib/curious_about_this_small_camera_used_in_the_world/iz38zwy/

I definitely don't get the hard on people have for super 35's.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on December 5, 2022 22:22:45
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/zdk4ib/curious_about_this_small_camera_used_in_the_world/iz33smh/

Because what I am referencing are *bad* YT vids. There's plenty of good content on YouTube, but there's also quite a lot of very amateur content which overuses gags because the creator just learned what they were, and suddenly everything looks like a nail. Shallow DoF is a tool, one of many in the kit, just like anything else. Also the idea that shots with shallow DoF are somehow "cinematic" is bunk. If you really wanna emulate average YT then shoot everything on an iPhone, or a selfi-cam on a cheap, poorly lit green screen. We can stream it all through OBS.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on December 5, 2022 21:40:55
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/zdk4ib/curious_about_this_small_camera_used_in_the_world/iz2e6dv/

Meh, if you're just gonna auto-everything then why bother hiring any of us? Just buy a $2k camera and get the high school kids to rock that gimbal.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on December 5, 2022 18:27:45
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/zdk4ib/curious_about_this_small_camera_used_in_the_world/iz2d13j/

Everything looks like a YT video where the creator just now learned what depth of field means. I very much dislike these cameras. Nobody using them can follow focus but because there's a shallow DoF it gets called "cinematic".

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on December 5, 2022 18:19:29
/r/fermentation/comments/zdcay3/it_popped_loudly_when_i_opened_it_after_three/iz1bq33/

You have to acidify to garlic first. I'm on mobile so I don't have a link handy but there's a procedure from a university using citric acid.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/fermentation on December 5, 2022 14:11:18
/r/Broadcasting/comments/zda3xs/moving_on_from_master_control/iz1ajfd/

Oof. These stories break my heart. I wasn't an MCO for a year before I went to boot camp. After I got back I went in to corporate AV and never looked back, though I've since graduated to doing mostly music and entertainment events. The pay range is so drastically different. Might be worth looking in to.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Broadcasting on December 5, 2022 14:03:36
/r/CommercialAV/comments/zbtgya/adrenaline_amd_software/iyxcxym/

7th and others rely on *workstation* cards. There's nothing wrong with workstation cards from AMD though I can't speak to how mosaic on Nvidia vs AMD operates on consumer/gaming cards.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on December 4, 2022 16:58:30
/r/pics/comments/zbut6k/the_neighborhood_drama_is_very_messy_this_weekend/iytx2sm/

I bet if you started pursuing septuagenarians your numbers would go way up. Though your junk might struggle to.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on December 3, 2022 22:13:37
/r/gadgets/comments/zbes4f/neuralink_demo_shows_monkey_performing_telepathic/iysjy8o/

Like FSD, the affordable EV, anything related to the boring company, and even with Space X, Mars missions and etc. There are brilliant engineers at Space X and Tesla, who gets shit done in spite of Musk, not because of. He's essentially a tech VC who made some lucky bets. That's not to say moving the needle on space launches and EV adoption isn't laudable, but he's not some big brained science genius ready to save the world.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gadgets on December 3, 2022 15:51:56
/r/gadgets/comments/zbes4f/neuralink_demo_shows_monkey_performing_telepathic/iysj710/

It's a ~20ish percentage *survival rate*. Unless Musk is doing human trials in Somalia or something, he's way more than 6 months away from human trials.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gadgets on December 3, 2022 15:46:47
/r/gadgets/comments/zbes4f/neuralink_demo_shows_monkey_performing_telepathic/iysgsh4/

Yeah it's got a 25% survival rate, and is based on old, basically plagiarized research from the original CEO who left after saying Musk barely even know where the brain was, let alone anything about neuroscience. I'm with you, I'll let some folks go first.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gadgets on December 3, 2022 15:30:15
/r/technology/comments/za6zsi/facebooks_failing_to_remove_brutal_death_threats/iyn0ap1/

It always has been. If we wanna talk about recidivism and rehabilitation that's absolutely fine, and IMO a healthy conversation to have. But that would require massive reforms to our judicial system and a huge shift in perspective for a lot of the country. If you're just complaining about bail reform, well, that wasn't working before. It's not any more broken now, we just aren't forcing minor offenders to languish in jail while awaiting trial for being poor.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on December 2, 2022 11:39:15
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/z8wtyc/where_can_i_find_full_time_work/iyia7eq/

It's one of the many things you can do with an AV background. I started out setting up for conferences in hotels and now I'm in a pretty senior tech position at a studio. Corporate AV is an option, as well as yes rock and roll, and even potentially film or recording studio work. It depends on your interests, your ability to self teach, and usually work ethic, but the money is quite good, even to start, and if you don't want to do it forever then many of the skills have use outside of just AV and production.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on December 1, 2022 11:41:25
/r/LosAngelesSocialClub/comments/z94lu2/anyone_interested_in_social_events_meetups_in_the/iyf5115/

Definitely let me know if I can bring anything or help with prep or what have you! I'm a savvy cook, have a southern flair, and am happy to feed the masses!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngelesSocialClub on November 30, 2022 17:48:22
/r/LosAngelesSocialClub/comments/z94lu2/anyone_interested_in_social_events_meetups_in_the/iyf4mas/

Yep! I'm interested, but I'm also doing Christmas with the fam early this year. Meaning I'll be free the Christmas weekend, and would love to meet up, or possibly host or volunteer or... Something! I just need to be able to bring my dog.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngelesSocialClub on November 30, 2022 17:45:28
/r/Metalfoundry/comments/z88n1s/does_aluminum_bronze_make_a_good_kitchen_knife/iyf1l9v/

Sure, but by that same token, no doctor is telling anyone to switch to an iron knife because their hemoglobin is low. The metal in knives both not particularly bioavailable, and not transferred to food in sufficient quantities to be an issue even if it were.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Metalfoundry on November 30, 2022 17:23:44
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/z8tpwp/engineering_locked_out_of_it_work/iyeu04q/

I kinda think that's what it boils down to. "Why do you need your own network if I can just tag a port for your VLAN?" Because you will make me jump through hoops to get that port configured correctly, and I could just like *do it* in 5 minutes. I have a CCNA too, you ass.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 30, 2022 16:31:49
/r/Metalfoundry/comments/z88n1s/does_aluminum_bronze_make_a_good_kitchen_knife/iyetbhr/

They're absolutely as good as iron. They're not as good as steel. That's a huge difference. The reason for the shift from bronze to iron were economical, not material.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Metalfoundry on November 30, 2022 16:27:20
/r/Metalfoundry/comments/z88n1s/does_aluminum_bronze_make_a_good_kitchen_knife/iyet4yk/

IDK people used bronze to kill each other for millennia. It was plenty sharp enough for them...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Metalfoundry on November 30, 2022 16:26:09
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/z8tpwp/engineering_locked_out_of_it_work/iyesk6b/

I got shit on not too long ago in another sub for suggesting that IT and AV/production have separate networks.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 30, 2022 16:22:23
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/z8tpwp/engineering_locked_out_of_it_work/iyesen5/

It's just never that simple, and if the difference between "everyone gets paid" and "nobody gets paid" is some IT guy following procedures, well, the procedures aren't gonna be the one getting laid off. In principle I agree with you, but in practice that's just not how live production works. Better to give permissions to, and the isolate the production machines. IMO the bigger issue is event machines having any network access to anything even remotely sensitive.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 30, 2022 16:21:24
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/z8wtyc/where_can_i_find_full_time_work/iyer9fv/

A/V/stagehand work. Just call any production house, tell them you know how to set up.your.home surround sound and you aren't afraid of long days. You'll be working 6 days a week in no time.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on November 30, 2022 16:14:06
/r/worldnews/comments/z8xs01/disney_ceo_bob_iger_addresses_dont_say_gay/iyegb7s/

There's also just the fact that now a lot of creative talent are super skeptical of Florida. Many are progressive, or gay, or have gay kids or etc. DeSantis has made it clear that those folks aren't welcome in Florida and if Disney forces the relocation they may see an enormous brain drain. That's assuming that the Remedy Creek thing gets resolved in Disney's favor, which is not a guarantee even with Iger in the command seat.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 30, 2022 15:04:21
/r/worldnews/comments/z8xs01/disney_ceo_bob_iger_addresses_dont_say_gay/iydxce3/

Yes it's a state law, passed in Florida, which complicated things for Disney. They were planning to relocate a lot of staff from Southern California to Florida, but it's been postponed and there's a lot of conjecture that even the staff who'd already agreed maybe rethinking their decision based on the legal status in Florida.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 30, 2022 13:02:55
/r/CommercialAV/comments/z82z3g/how_to_get_a_jobinternship_in_corporate_av_with/iy9x8et/

Analysis paralysis. It's a thing a good engineer should both have, and overcome.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on November 29, 2022 16:02:18
/r/CommercialAV/comments/z82z3g/how_to_get_a_jobinternship_in_corporate_av_with/iy9tiy7/

Seriously just call any local or regional AV or production company. The labor crunch is so hard right now that a modicum of competency will get you a competitive day rate.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on November 29, 2022 15:38:46
/r/CommercialAV/comments/z7r9n5/corporate_av_labor_calv_is_vts_and_crewsource/iy9qz76/

They were paying for last gigs labor with next gigs deposit apparently which meant when the pandemic hit and events cancelled, they left a lot of techs holding the bag for tens of thousands in invoices. They also, for what it's worth, pay bottom of the barrel rates, and don't look after the techs they book. They're only interested in what the skim off the top and they don't *care* if you got booked as a camera director and are now being told to set breakouts. I was fortunate that I'd stopped doing business with them well before the pandemic but I knew a number of folks who got the rug pulled out from underneath them when very large invoices just didn't get paid. I'll never work for them again, and I know a lot of folks who feel the same. They're basically amoral crooks.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on November 29, 2022 15:22:47
/r/news/comments/z7y0ey/twitter_is_no_longer_enforcing_its_covid/iy99emr/

You know what, you're right, and it wasn't very "woke" of me to exclude the less mainstream forms of bigotry. As long as we are all punching down, then we can punch down *together*. And isn't that what Twitter is supposed to be for? A marketplace of intolerance?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 29, 2022 13:29:59
/r/news/comments/z7y0ey/twitter_is_no_longer_enforcing_its_covid/iy96o3a/

Only *racist* comedy is allowed on Twitter. Try incorporating something derogatory about black folks, or Mexicans. You'll shoot to the top in no time!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 29, 2022 13:12:12
/r/technology/comments/z7053r/robot_landlords_are_buying_up_houses_companies/iy8d9t2/

I could. And I could save half on my cost of living, but my salary would get get in to a third. It's not as simple as "just move".

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 29, 2022 09:51:44
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/z7889r/this_is_the_capsule_some_cigarettes_had_in_the/iy78269/

And the answer is of course not. Once you wake up the next day, get a whiff of yourself, and taste your own mouth, you'll be ready to quit again.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on November 29, 2022 01:46:32
/r/Cooking/comments/z73izs/okay_what_the_heck_did_you_all_cookeat_when_you/iy75xoh/

Cabbage based stir fries. I will say my taste and smell took a long time to.come back and I kinda used it as opportunity to eat more of the things I *should have been* but wasn't necessarily happy to.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 29, 2022 01:20:53
/r/WTF/comments/z7fxhx/what_is_this_weapon_called/iy71mzh/

Donkeeeeeeeeeey puuuuuuuunch!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 29, 2022 00:32:43
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/z7889r/this_is_the_capsule_some_cigarettes_had_in_the/iy70kxz/

For what it's worth the idea of smoking one is more appealing than the actual act. I haven't had one in several years, but the last one I actually did smoke was a disgusting, disappointing and unsatisfactory experience. No dopamine hit, just a mouth that tasted like ash, and failure.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on November 29, 2022 00:21:48
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z73jnu/ua_professor_is_dead_because_no_one_took/iy62ai8/

Maybe, but one of the failures mentioned was a failure to prosecute. It sounds like they *did* report it, and it may have been actionable, but they decided against pursuing charges. There was clearly a clear and present enough of a threat to get expelled and banned from campus.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 28, 2022 19:38:19
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z73jnu/ua_professor_is_dead_because_no_one_took/iy5vf6y/

That's your interpretation based on an incomplete record. I suspect that if he was texting a professor to such a degree that said professor felt the need to buy a vest, there's probably enough in there to pursue charges. I guess we will see.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 28, 2022 18:46:42
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z73jnu/ua_professor_is_dead_because_no_one_took/iy5mzdy/

"Nobody pursued the case" is literally one of the shortcomings identified in the article.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 28, 2022 17:44:41
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z73jnu/ua_professor_is_dead_because_no_one_took/iy5lzvq/

He had one professor so scared that he was wearing a bulletproof vest and cut his office hours. That's not protected speech at that point.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 28, 2022 17:37:42
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z73jnu/ua_professor_is_dead_because_no_one_took/iy5h88e/

Unless something has changed, you can absolutely be barred from possessing firearms as a condition of release.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 28, 2022 17:04:09
/r/news/comments/z6vm2f/melissa_highsmith_missing_for_51_years_found_in/iy56x7j/

You're trying so hard to justify your bad take.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 28, 2022 15:56:12
/r/news/comments/z6vm2f/melissa_highsmith_missing_for_51_years_found_in/iy547gn/

Reasonable people can make reasonable assumptions based on facts at hand, as long as they are willing to revisit those assumptions when presented with evidence. You assumed the kidnapper might have had some kind of good intentions when there was no evidence to suggest it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 28, 2022 15:38:47
/r/technology/comments/z7053r/robot_landlords_are_buying_up_houses_companies/iy528uj/

I make mid 6 in SoCal and can't afford to buy. If I moved to DFW the pay cut would once again put home ownership out of reach.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 28, 2022 15:26:05
/r/news/comments/z6vm2f/melissa_highsmith_missing_for_51_years_found_in/iy5056s/

I think you can assume the worst about someone who kidnaps a child until you get good information to the contrary. I don't assume every victim of murder was in self defense until I hear contrary either.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 28, 2022 15:12:44
/r/news/comments/z6vm2f/melissa_highsmith_missing_for_51_years_found_in/iy4y916/

I just don't understand why you're assuming the person who kidnapped an infant would be a loving caretaker in the first place.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 28, 2022 15:00:20
/r/pics/comments/z6y4bd/note_placed_on_the_door_of_now_permanently_closed/iy4vrbz/

The guy got charged with a misdemeanor. I mean it's terrible what happened, but if the judge *could* have set bail he still would have been out on something minimal. I don't think this indicates what you're alleging.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on November 28, 2022 14:43:54
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z73jnu/ua_professor_is_dead_because_no_one_took/iy4tpvr/

Being under indictment for a felony and or certain misdemeanors would have put them on the "no but" list. They also would have been required to surrender all of their firearms. Just charging someone can make a huge difference. If they refuse to comply, then to jail it is. If you're saying gun control in this country is toothless, well, I agree! That's something we should work on.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 28, 2022 14:30:15
/r/news/comments/z6vm2f/melissa_highsmith_missing_for_51_years_found_in/iy4rv5b/

>probably loving her just the same Why are people assuming this?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 28, 2022 14:17:42
/r/news/comments/z6vm2f/melissa_highsmith_missing_for_51_years_found_in/iy4rq8s/

You mean abused her to the point of running away as a teen, and then pursuing prostitution as a means to stay alive? Yeah, real loving, that kidnapper was.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 28, 2022 14:16:47
/r/news/comments/z6vm2f/melissa_highsmith_missing_for_51_years_found_in/iy4rffw/

We should probably assume bad things about people who kidnap toddlers until we are given a *really* good reason to think otherwise. I *also* assume the worst about killers, until and unless there's compelling evidence of self defense or something, but nobody would call the presumption that people who kill are bad, inherently flawed.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 28, 2022 14:14:44
/r/offbeat/comments/z70sog/men_should_ejaculate_21_times_a_month_study/iy4lsfi/

There are lots of things that have been "known" for centuries that turned out to be false. Your personal anecdote is more than likely a great example of the placebo effect, and people "treating you differently" is more than likely a result of your own head space, than the amount of semen in your prostate. Listen man, if it works for you and you aren't hurting anyone then I have no problem with how you decide to live your life. However if you're going to put it all out there, then I'll do my part as the skeptic, and ask questions and propose alternative hypotheses.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on November 28, 2022 13:37:22
/r/pics/comments/z6y4bd/note_placed_on_the_door_of_now_permanently_closed/iy4cq9f/

Prosecutors are paid to serve justice. Sometimes that means locking people up and throwing away the key. Sometimes that means looking at larger circumstances and making difficult decisions.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on November 28, 2022 12:37:55
/r/space/comments/z6x83i/the_hibernators_guide_to_the_galaxy_scientists/iy43uvq/

Just put the living quarters under positive pressure. If it's seal level then outside is 14 psi and inside is 16, or something like that. You'd still need airlocks to go outside and we have a ton of data about hyperbaric chambers so if the pressure/time was sufficient to cause DCS then treatment is trivial and the whole thing is super low risk.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/space on November 28, 2022 11:38:55
/r/Cooking/comments/z6ja1w/just_a_friendly_reminder_your_soup_needs_acid/iy21bsh/

I think Franks has the opposite problem. It was the default answer for so long, that there's a second-option bias now.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 27, 2022 22:34:30
/r/CommercialAV/comments/z5jpq0/setting_up_a_ptz_and_ip_controller/ixxmwke/

If they aren't on the same subnet then it won't matter, they won't be able to see each other. I would set them manually.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on November 26, 2022 23:21:26
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z5a4mi/former_ceo_of_alameda_research_caroline_ellison/ixvzbxv/

How does anything you've mentioned speak to BTC or Ethereum, the two largest coins on the market? I get what you're saying, (I think) that Blockchain and crypto aren't the same thing, but then why also defend crypto? I don't think even the most vociferous crypto haters think Blockchain is useless. It's just that none of the current coins are particularly useful.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 26, 2022 15:25:53
/r/AskCulinary/comments/z58ny9/wtf_is_a_pod_of_garlic/ixvy9cu/

Given how much sausage you're making, presumably it's the quantity of garlic one pod of dolphins can carry.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 26, 2022 15:18:28
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/z5cvd9/why_does_my_ronin_s_docus_monitor_change_the_zoom/ixvx89d/

I'm not 100% sure I'm picking up what you're throwing down but it *sounds* like you're using a lens that isn't parfocal and hoping to be able to zoom without adjusting focus, or maybe the other way around. If that's the case then the issue is that your control isn't sophisticated enough, or you need a parfocal zoom lens. Letting us know what glass you're using and what camera movement you're actually trying to make might help.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 26, 2022 15:11:08
/r/gadgets/comments/z4qa3u/good_news_scalpers_are_struggling_to_profit_from/ixvwnai/

The 5600.is treating me well but I'm likely to upgrade to a 60x card from AMD or *maybe* a 30 series card from Intel. That being said, I'm upgrading because I'm finally doing a new build. My 5600xt has treated me very well over the pandemic.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gadgets on November 26, 2022 15:06:56
/r/AskCulinary/comments/z4dkim/turkey_carcass/ixvijrv/

You basically make a stock (should be rich and brown) with the turkey carcass, and the use leftover turkey, sausage, and trinity in a dark roux. If you're gonna make it I can like you the Isaac Toup's vid on a chicken gumbo. Just use the leftover turkey and the stock from the bones instead of thighs and cartoned stock!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 26, 2022 13:26:53
/r/WTF/comments/z5bscj/a_womans_clothing_appeared_in_my_house_out_of/ixvhwx7/

It says in my house and then shows the cat depositing clothes in the driveway. So I mean you figure it out I guess, but from what I've seen the details are slim, and if OP's partner took cat leaving clothes in driveway to be the same as cat somehow leaving clothes in house, we either still don't have the full story, or OP's partner is stupid.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 26, 2022 13:22:27
/r/WTF/comments/z5bscj/a_womans_clothing_appeared_in_my_house_out_of/ixvf7a3/

IDK. Clothes in the driveway? People throw shit where it's not supposed to go all of the time. In the laundry hamper? That's a more difficult conversation.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 26, 2022 13:03:20
/r/AskCulinary/comments/z4i5er/accidentally_left_turkey_giblets_cooked_out/ixrlhuw/

I think it depends, but I also think for something like this, it doesn't matter, it's not worth getting people sick. If I were broke and hungry, I'd probably risk it. If I was just trying to use bits for gravy, like this? Absolutely not.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 25, 2022 14:52:38
/r/Cooking/comments/z3bap1/aside_from_11_ratio_of_potato_to_butter_how_do/ixriksd/

So the IP mashed potatoes (run through a ricer) we're a huge hit. Thanks again. This will definitely be on my regular "cooking tricks" rotation!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 25, 2022 14:31:38
/r/news/comments/z4fsdf/police_walmart_shooter_bought_gun_just_hours/ixrhqu8/

They already worked at Wal-Mart. If it were me I would have just told all of the folks in Sporting Goods that Obama has a new mandate, and that means they need to bring all of the guns, all of the ammo, and why not, all of the knives, to my office/desk/a pallet in the warehouse, and armed up from there.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 25, 2022 14:25:24
/r/livesound/comments/z4fgb6/request_secret_santa/ixrh69w/

I steal all of my gaff, thank you. I'd assume anyone giving me gaff also stole it and we're being cheap. If you're gonna do tape, make it board tape.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/livesound on November 25, 2022 14:21:07
/r/news/comments/z4fsdf/police_walmart_shooter_bought_gun_just_hours/ixrgm1r/

You should not have to treat someone (especially the supervisor*who has power over you*) with kid gloves, because you're in fear of getting shot to death.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 25, 2022 14:16:52
/r/AskCulinary/comments/z4dkim/turkey_carcass/ixrcwt6/

I'm making the stock for Turkey Gumbo on Saturday and making the gumbo Sunday, to serve Monday. This should all be fine.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 25, 2022 13:49:25
/r/AskCulinary/comments/z4i5er/accidentally_left_turkey_giblets_cooked_out/ixrah0v/

It's honestly just a bit of pedantry from someone who studied food and chemistry. I find "bacteria" ends up black-boxing a lot of concepts, but that may not necessarily be a bad thing.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 25, 2022 13:31:44
/r/pics/comments/z3v84s/another_year_another_tragedy/ixr9dyw/

>Just use the meat thermometer. This is the real thing. If your salt or brine is adequate and you have not overcooked your bird (or undercooked the dark meat) then you're 95% of the way to amazing turkey. The rest of the 5% is details.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on November 25, 2022 13:23:47
/r/Baking/comments/z3v2de/leftover_mashed_potatoes_can_be_repurposed_for/ixr8hai/

Yeah, mine have an amount of roasted garlic in them that would have Dracula trying to decide if he wanted to live with FOMO or die of happiness.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Baking on November 25, 2022 13:17:03
/r/AskCulinary/comments/z4i5er/accidentally_left_turkey_giblets_cooked_out/ixr7ibg/

The bacteria themselves are killed through heat, it's the toxins they've produced that aren't necessarily. There are very few bacteria that are extremophile enough to survive boiling or roasting temperatures.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 25, 2022 13:09:51
/r/therewasanattempt/comments/z3h2dr/to_slap_the_tequila_lady_and_to_find_it_amusing/ixnda5n/

I mean, it's a Bourbon street bar. I used to live there. I've *been* to that bar. It's a trashy place. It's also trashy in the worst way, in that it caters almost exclusively to tourists so you don't even get the local charm.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/therewasanattempt on November 24, 2022 14:43:01
/r/worldnews/comments/z3njl8/us_announces_400_million_in_military_aid_to/ixn71fq/

Neither Georgia nor Ukraine were in a position to fight back during the first two annexations. I think that's worth mentioning too. Ukraine didn't start developing it's military as a professional organization until after Crimea. It's just not as simple as you seem to be trying to make it out to be.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 24, 2022 13:55:45
/r/worldnews/comments/z3njl8/us_announces_400_million_in_military_aid_to/ixn1gfw/

Georgia was step one of "appeasement", Crimea was step 2. This is now strike 3, and Russia is out. Whatever yarn you want to spin doesn't change the fact that appeasement doesn't work. Though for what it's worth we were ready to go for 3 rounds, Ukraine just happened to have a president with a spine so when Russia got shown to be the paper tiger it is, and Ukrainians we're show to be the BAMFs they are, supporting them is an easy decision. It'd be far worse to just let Putin and the oligarchy run amok.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 24, 2022 13:15:27
/r/Cooking/comments/z3bap1/aside_from_11_ratio_of_potato_to_butter_how_do/ixn13nw/

Awesome! Thank you, and happy Thanksgiving!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 24, 2022 13:12:56
/r/therewasanattempt/comments/z3h2dr/to_slap_the_tequila_lady_and_to_find_it_amusing/ixn02wv/

I lived in New Orleans. Never worked Burboun Street but I caroused with a lot of the staff who did at industry bars. They don't make that much. She's probably doing 40-60k \*maaaaaaaybe\*. There are industry positions that can pay upwards of 6 figures but those are usually at fine dining establishments, and even then the work is grueling and usually not totally worth it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/therewasanattempt on November 24, 2022 13:05:51
/r/therewasanattempt/comments/z3h2dr/to_slap_the_tequila_lady_and_to_find_it_amusing/ixmzoz9/

I'm pretty sure most Midwest bars don't have dedicated barber chairs for mouth poured shots given by waitstaff in skimpy outfits. But then I've only been to Wisconsin once.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/therewasanattempt on November 24, 2022 13:03:11
/r/AskCulinary/comments/z3nrf0/spatchcock_turkey_what_to_do_with_leftover_spine/ixmyjyj/

I don't even use aromatics, just use the spine, neck and giblets (minus the liver) to make a stock that I moisten my stuffing with (which already has aromatics in it). Though I went a bit overboard and made like 2 gallons on chicken stock last weekend just because I knew I would need more than I would get out of this one turkey, and I would need some for gravy.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 24, 2022 12:55:18
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/z2wrz3/any_places_that_are_open_on_thanksgiving/ixmxrix/

I have a couple of extra seats. If you don't mind dining with strangers, and petting a dog then you're welcome to a plate whenever you get off. I'm in Sherman Oaks, and we have Mario Kart.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on November 24, 2022 12:49:47
/r/worldnews/comments/z3njl8/us_announces_400_million_in_military_aid_to/ixmxbh3/

And we would have paid for proper disposal. EOD is not cheap.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 24, 2022 12:46:47
/r/worldnews/comments/z3njl8/us_announces_400_million_in_military_aid_to/ixmx740/

Terrible take. We have not only a security, but a humanitarian interest in Ukraine not falling to Russia. Things won't magically get better, and Russia won't stop saber rattling and bullying it's neighbors through capitulation. Crimea and the current conflict proved that. War sucks, but when someone swings at you the answer isn't to lay down and take it, it's to swing back, even if you don't like to fight. Perhaps \*especially\* if you don't like to fight. Proving yourself a victim only encourages other bullies.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 24, 2022 12:45:58
/r/AskCulinary/comments/z3oi7z/spatchcocked_turkey_didnt_brown_enough/ixmwbid/

Hit what temp and where? I find my dark meat isn't really done until it's closer to like 175-180. This usually means covering the breast for the first like hour or so of cooking, so that it doesn't get over 150. I think I am just gonna break it down and roast in parts next year though.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 24, 2022 12:39:49
/r/seriouseats/comments/z3otco/spatchcocking_a_turkey_for_tomorrow_friendsgiving/ixmtbvg/

I am in L.A. and I leave mine uncovered in the fridge. You \*want\* the skin to dry out. Its how you get that crackly, perfectly browned skin. I do this for pretty much any skin on poultry and the meat is never dry unless you leave it in the fridge for like a week. Then it takes on more of a cured meat type texture, which is fine if that is what you're after, but most people find it a little offputting for a roasted bird.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/seriouseats on November 24, 2022 12:19:35
/r/Cooking/comments/z3bap1/aside_from_11_ratio_of_potato_to_butter_how_do/ixmt2th/

How long do you let them go for?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 24, 2022 12:17:48
/r/Cooking/comments/z3bap1/aside_from_11_ratio_of_potato_to_butter_how_do/ixmsxtb/

If you have a ricer you can just boil them whole and run them through. Just knock out the skins periodically and it saves a ton of prep.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 24, 2022 12:16:49
/r/Cooking/comments/z2ryyh/is_spatchcocking_supposed_to_be_difficult/ixk9isg/

You know, it could be worse

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 20:51:07
/r/Cooking/comments/z2ryyh/is_spatchcocking_supposed_to_be_difficult/ixj58ey/

Do you have flour and salt? Bonus points for any kinda fat like butter or oil?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 15:49:05
/r/Cooking/comments/z2ryyh/is_spatchcocking_supposed_to_be_difficult/ixj4ei3/

Worst case, drain off the liquids, add it to a roux, and drown it in gravy. I've saved a lot of meals with a healthy carafe of gravy!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 15:43:32
/r/Cooking/comments/z2ryyh/is_spatchcocking_supposed_to_be_difficult/ixj3fqk/

I'm actually gonna apologize because I know a lot of folks are trying and things often go wrong. I still think just throwing it in the crock pot was a mistake, but almost nothing is unsalvageable, unless you're looking for a picture perfect bird at this point. That ship has sailed lol. I'm doing my own thing but if you have any more questions I'll be checking pretty regularly. Otherwise I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 15:37:08
/r/Cooking/comments/z2ryyh/is_spatchcocking_supposed_to_be_difficult/ixj2r0d/

Doesn't really matter. The white meat isn't really suitable for slow cooking. The dark meat will be fine. Really you could still probably get away with it if you were making a shredded chicken dish like enchiladas or something, but slow cooking either undercooks the dark meat to the benefit of the white meat, or overcooks the white meat to the benefit of the dark meat.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 15:32:29
/r/Cooking/comments/z2ryyh/is_spatchcocking_supposed_to_be_difficult/ixj29ep/

That's how you ruined the turkey. It was salvageable up until then.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 15:29:18
/r/Cooking/comments/z2jxq4/please_help_my_partner_is_constantly_complaining/ixiybkw/

I just wanna say your sources are bunk and your weird linking of business insider doesn't support your evo-psych interpretation. For one, we don't have the entirety of the Homeric epics. We have 2 of at least 10 poems, so to say based on just that, ancient Greeks couldn't perceive or didn't have a name for a color is an enormous reach. At best all we can say is that Homer didn't use a word we translate to blue, in the small percentage of the poetic epics we have left. There's also the fact that *many* of the words we use for color are *things*. Sapphire, turquoise, jade, bronze, *orange*, etc. So they might not have said the word "blue" but they may have said "the color of a sapphire" to mean essentially the same thing. Finally, the last color introduced, at least to the English lexicon, was orange, and that was named after the fruit. That happened around the 1500's so to say blue was last is patently false. Instead of a science blog or a business rag you could have just linked the Wikipedia article, which rightfully points out that color is complicated and the debate is far from settled. Color and language are complicated, but ancient Greeks had the same rods and cones as we do. They saw the same blue we do, and they absolutely had a way of describing what blue was, they just didn't say it in such a way that we directly translate to "the color blue."

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 15:03:09
/r/Cooking/comments/z2jxq4/please_help_my_partner_is_constantly_complaining/ixismpn/

Yes because typically its a purple pigment that's filtered by the structure of the petal, so while if you take a picture, or hit it with a photo spectrometer it'll fall in the range of hours we generally call blue, the pigment itself is not blue. Bird feathers do something similar with the keratin structure. There's no blue pigment, it's some fuckery with the way the light is refracted inside the feather. That being said, "true blue" doesn't really mean anything and is an arbitrary wavelength of light that we've assigned the name to. But also just because the base compound isn't blue when distilled or refined doesn't mean the end result isn't visually blue.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 14:25:42
/r/Cooking/comments/z2ryyh/is_spatchcocking_supposed_to_be_difficult/ixi3yba/

Nah, it's not ruined. At this point do the smart thing and break it all the way down so you can cook the white and dark me separate. It's a better bird with a slightly less impressive Instagram pic.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 11:44:36
/r/Cooking/comments/z2ryyh/is_spatchcocking_supposed_to_be_difficult/ixhslxt/

Two thoughts. The first time I tried to spatchcock I accidentally cut through the breast and not the back, so that's a possibility. Second, it requires a sharp knife (or shears) and some, uh, *determination*. Cutting through bone, even poultry bone, is not that hard, but also not that trivial. Maybe post a link to a picture in the comments?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 10:29:15
/r/AskCulinary/comments/z2rljq/first_time_dry_brining_a_turkey_and_according_to/ixhrmba/

That's totally normal. Dry brine turkeys have translucent skin and sometimes look really strange if you've never done it before. You want the skin to be a bit dry and slightly translucent. It will crisp up well in the oven. If you want a very *brown* skin then it's worth it to include just a little pinch of sugar in your brine. Otherwise though it will be amazing and you're in excellent shape to roast that bird.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 23, 2022 10:22:38
/r/Cooking/comments/z2jxq4/please_help_my_partner_is_constantly_complaining/ixhqx0w/

That may be, I've heard that one as well. I think given that the Homeric poems were, well, poetic, and since we have so little from those times, it's not a foregone conclusion that the ancient Greeks didn't have a word "blue". At best all we can say is that Homer didn't use it, or if he did, we didn't understand. You wouldn't look at any other poetry, see that the author used phrases like "sapphire" or "periwinkle" and then conclude that that poet doesn't understand "blue". What's more likely is that there's something idiomatic that we don't have context for.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 10:17:52
/r/Cooking/comments/z2jxq4/please_help_my_partner_is_constantly_complaining/ixhicia/

When people say blue is rare in nature what they mean is that blue *pigment* is uncommon. There are blue birds, in the Mediterranean there are absolutely blue fish (and sea creatures of all types), a clear sky in the day is blue... Lots of things look blue they're just often the result of color mixing, or trickery with reflected light, or what have you. Visually, blue is a quite common color in the natural world.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 09:16:50
/r/Cooking/comments/z2jxq4/please_help_my_partner_is_constantly_complaining/ixhhtla/

It literally translates to "wine faced sea" and was generally referring to stormy seas. Given how old the Homeric poems are.its hard to know exactly, but ancient Greeks *probably* didn't refer to the sea as red on a day to day basis. I've also heard a hypothesis that "wine faced" may have meant rough, as in the sea was drunk and rowdy. Not sure how much water that one holds. It's also just entirely possible that red in Homeric times had a shifted definition and was more what we would think of as purple. [Here ](https://www.reddit.com/r/AskHistorians/comments/1jh93g/did_the_ancient_greeks_really_have_no_word_for/) is an (albiet old) /r/askhistorians thread on it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 09:12:45
/r/technology/comments/z2ih3g/sam_bankmanfried_reportedly_owns_a_100_million/ixhdr7m/

Dude, they are using crypto. Which means that whatever they do impacts the market, so it's a problem for other people also using crypto. Just like when bad actors do shitty things with commodities, it's a problem for *everyone* holding or trading those commodities. The fix? Regulation. But that doesn't inherently change the fact that people are (and will continue to) use crypto currency as speculative assets. That's always going to make crypto volatile and this not terribly suitable as a replacement for government backed fiat.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 23, 2022 08:39:54
/r/technology/comments/z2ih3g/sam_bankmanfried_reportedly_owns_a_100_million/ixhbl1d/

Okay let's assume we give you this but of pedantry. It doesn't matter. Even if the people doing it aren't "crypto people" it's still a crypto *problem*. Until you regulate it, it's going to keep happening along pretty sizeable boom and bust swings, and because they're doing it with cryptocurrency, it's going to.impact *everyone* using that currency no matter where they have their coins or what their intent is.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 23, 2022 08:20:51
/r/Cooking/comments/z20xa1/this_thanksgiving_incorporate_one_or_more_of/ixgfzg9/

If your potatoes are well cooked you don't have to peel them. You can just send them through the ricer. The flesh will pass through the holes and leave the skin in the ricer. If it starts to clog just dump out the skins and keep going.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 23, 2022 01:36:06
/r/AskBaking/comments/z1yiwn/best_airtight_containers_for_keeping_out_flour/ixevjc1/

I'm so sorry to tell you this, but there are bugs in pretty much everything you eat. The FDA even has a *limit* on how much of certain food can be bug parts. It's better if you just think of them as land lobsters, or just don't think about it at all.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on November 22, 2022 17:28:32
/r/AskBaking/comments/z1yiwn/best_airtight_containers_for_keeping_out_flour/ixevdb8/

Yeah but those Oxo containers are pretty good. If you freeze your flour before putting it in there and you still find weevils, then you've got bigger problems I think.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on November 22, 2022 17:27:18
/r/gaming/comments/z1uefg/oc_i_dont_play_overwatch_but_i_do_know_most_of/ixetxgl/

Except part of the monetization strategy of OW2 was making sure people couldn't keep playing OW1.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on November 22, 2022 17:16:52
/r/gaming/comments/z1uefg/oc_i_dont_play_overwatch_but_i_do_know_most_of/ixejdqo/

If they hadn't deleted OW1 I would agree with you. The fact that people who bought OW1 can't play a thing they paid $60 for is a problem, and directly related to the fact that they wanted to migrate everyone to OW2. If it weren't for OW2, OW1 would still be a thing.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on November 22, 2022 16:04:16
/r/gaming/comments/z1uefg/oc_i_dont_play_overwatch_but_i_do_know_most_of/ixeg9hb/

They're absolutely related and trying to pretend they aren't is silly. They deleted OW1 to force people to migrate to OW2. It's still scummy ActBlizz business practices.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on November 22, 2022 15:43:45
/r/gaming/comments/z1uefg/oc_i_dont_play_overwatch_but_i_do_know_most_of/ixecqar/

That's even worse. They just deleted a game millions of people paid full price for.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on November 22, 2022 15:20:27
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/z124oy/syncing_2_pcs_for_frame_accurate_video_playback/ixcxtjr/

You can't do this with your hardware. I am sorry. You need workstation GPUs and quadro sync cards. That's one of the reasons workstation cards exist and are so expensive. $1k budget is not gonna cut it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 22, 2022 09:40:29
/r/news/comments/z1505n/gay_bar_shooting_suspect_facing_murder_hate_crime/ix9sa29/

I would have more respect for him if he'd actually gone proper vigilante and taken out someone he knew to be a wife beater or a pedophile. As far as he knew at the time he could have been shooting a pastor or a war veteran. He didn't fucking know. And he still *broke the fucking law*. He never should have had that rifle, or *even been in another state playing fake police in the first fucking place!*

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 21, 2022 15:55:45
/r/news/comments/z1505n/gay_bar_shooting_suspect_facing_murder_hate_crime/ix9rh75/

The kid was a vigilante who was illegally in possession of a straw purchased firearm. Murder? Nah, not the way it went down, but that kid is the *exact* reason we need better gun control. Everyone's lives (including his) would have been better if he just stayed home and shit posted on the internet.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 21, 2022 15:50:36
/r/news/comments/z1505n/gay_bar_shooting_suspect_facing_murder_hate_crime/ix9qqhx/

We're not tolerating it by throwing him in an American prison for something like 50 years. The state shouldn't be killing people and the death penalty is not only not a deterrent, but often the outcome these people desire. It's suicide by murder.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 21, 2022 15:45:48
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z0b98k/jeff_bezos_sudden_interest_in_philanthropy_wont/ix8os7c/

FWIW I don't think Jobs deserves the kind of credit he gets either. I do have a bit of a chip on my shoulder about the "great man" narratives we tend to spin. I work in entertainment and time and time again I see financial backers and talentless executives take outsized credit while doing their best to obscure and underpay the actual artists and technicians who *made* the damned things. It's honestly *more* telling to me that we call these leaders "visionaries" and "revolutionary" for the oh so esoteric idea of letting smart, passionate people pursue ideas that might not pay off for a few more quarters. To me it's more an indictment of business leadership as an institution than it is some sign of genius. But again, I have a bit of a chip on my shoulder about it, so my perspective isn't exactly unbiased.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 21, 2022 11:35:17
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z0b98k/jeff_bezos_sudden_interest_in_philanthropy_wont/ix8jsgi/

I think Bezos gets outsized credit for this. The company was on the verge of bankruptcy and he luckily had talented engineers who'd built a solid backend that could be repurposed for ecommerce. Was it good that he pivoted? Sure. But he was backed in to a corner. It was that or bankruptcy. That's not a terribly profound decision if you look at it from that perspective. That said I agree that the US is probably better off with Amazon than without.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 21, 2022 11:00:33
/r/news/comments/z0nhsk/bob_iger_named_disney_ceo_effective_immediately/ix7drlq/

Wanting to work where? In Orlando? That's fine as long as they're offering a competitive salary to keep their institutional knowledge, but $250k a year looks a lot different in Orlando vs LA. If you're saying they can still hire low skill staff and interns on their banked good will, well sure. But that's got a cap on it too. I don't know anyone taking a low wage job who's in it for the long haul.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 21, 2022 03:40:34
/r/news/comments/z0nhsk/bob_iger_named_disney_ceo_effective_immediately/ix7dbro/

Parks are losing consumer confidence, and more importantly the Disney Whales are unsatisfied with the cost vs. performance. The experience is objectively worse than in 2019.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 21, 2022 03:34:02
/r/broadcastengineering/comments/z06yyf/ndi_vs_everything_else/ix7bt9e/

It's software unfriendly because software is a hardware implementation and the hardware to push uncompressed video is demanding. Lots of $30 drop boxes will push an SDI signal.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/broadcastengineering on November 21, 2022 03:11:48
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z0b98k/jeff_bezos_sudden_interest_in_philanthropy_wont/ix7a494/

He also made a shit book selling company first and just repurposed the shopping cart when the company was flirting with bankruptcy. There's even a cheeky dig from Futurama about this, with regard to how worthless Amazon stock was at the time.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 21, 2022 02:47:41
/r/TrueReddit/comments/z0b98k/jeff_bezos_sudden_interest_in_philanthropy_wont/ix731su/

The American Revolution was a bunch of wealthy aristocrats, upset at having to pay taxes for a war fought on their behalf, throwing a temper tantrum and saying "fine, we'll start *our own* aristocracy, with hookers, and blackjack". I'm not saying history would be better if America had stayed under the crown, but the constitution was written by the wealthy, *for* the wealthy, in which only landowners had a say, and slavery was still legal. We need to stop philosophically fellating the founders. They were imperfect. The system the instituted was imperfect. Trying to view everything from the lens of an 18th century colonial plantation owner maybe isn't the best way to govern a modern society.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 21, 2022 01:14:24
/r/nottheonion/comments/yzvl91/law_enforcement_opposes_rules_banning_cops_from/ix70zhh/

I missed part of your comment, but for what it's worth you could call your CO an idiot, out of uniform and off base, without any legal repercussions. You could also call him an idiot online, from an account that wasn't putting your military service on display. What you can't do is be insubordinate at work, or do shit that ruins morale. You would be right to say that there is some nuance there and that people often retaliate in extrajudicial ways. That doesn't mean calling your CO an idiot isn't protected speech in most scenarios.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 21, 2022 00:49:38
/r/news/comments/z0nhsk/bob_iger_named_disney_ceo_effective_immediately/ix70dqs/

They lost a lot of those staff, because they didn't want to go to Florida. Since the state voted to remove the special district, a lot (maybe all?) Of those relocations were put on hold. It's been a huge brain drain for Disney talent. The company I work for hired a bunch of them at a bargain rate during the pandemic, and Disney is still on the hook for all those California expenses with literally zero upside by this point.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 21, 2022 00:42:36
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/z0nqnv/whats_up_with_bob_chapek_why_was_he_fired_and_why/ix6xq1i/

Chapek was the parks guy before he was the CEO. I suspect he was doing the things he had wanted to for a while, but that Iger wouldn't sign off on. I'd bet a lot of these problems get fixed overnight. There's also a huge amount of Disney production personnel in limbo due to the big kerfuffle with DeSantis. Originally they were going to move a lot of their movie studio work to Orlando. Then it got put on hold for 4-5 years. They lost a lot of folks who didn't want to move to Florida, then told the folks who *did* that they can't. Yet. Maybe. Chapek has been a disaster for Disney.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on November 21, 2022 00:13:19
/r/comics/comments/yzs3rq/reel_burn/ix64kpk/

No, but it is something that has to be done periodically as lamps degrade, or are replaced, and if you have several projectors (like a movie theater would) you'll generally want to have a good one around in case something breaks down.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/comics on November 20, 2022 20:03:21
/r/nottheonion/comments/yzvl91/law_enforcement_opposes_rules_banning_cops_from/ix4exey/

It would *actually* be the government curtailing your first amendment rights. The government can't do that, it's the *one* organization barred from doing out consequences for legally protected speech.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 20, 2022 12:54:52
/r/nottheonion/comments/yzvl91/law_enforcement_opposes_rules_banning_cops_from/ix4ebuv/

The only real limitations for active duty members is doing things in uniform or representing yourself as speaking for the military. Members still have first amendment rights and it's well established law. They can donate to whoever they want, attend rallies, campaign for candidates, etc. Basically they can do any legal political activities they want, just not in uniform.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 20, 2022 12:50:55
/r/comics/comments/yzs3rq/reel_burn/ix3pskm/

Depends. Projectors need a surprising amount of tweaking to hit the proper color and brightness specs. It's typically not just "turn it on and hit play". A *good* projectionist will use a photo spectrometer to make sure the projector is exactly hitting P3 color spec. Just delve a little in to color theory and take a look at how many color options there are.in the user manual of a large venue projector.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/comics on November 20, 2022 09:57:31
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yzm1fs/todays_office/ix0w9mf/

It looks like they shot it in portrait without letting the phone camera rotate first. Even so, you can preview it before you upload. This is amateur hour nonsense. Hopefully they did better QC for the client.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 19, 2022 16:55:07
/r/AskHistorians/comments/yzn1a9/knight_armors_have_excellent_protection_against/ix0vua9/

Steel armor is relatively heavy compared to modern materials, would be prohibitively expensive and completely impractical. Stab vest and even bullet proof vests are a few hundred dollars. A suite of plate armor is going to set.you back thousands, even more if it's fitted the way it was for nobility in the middle and high middle ages. This type of armor also wouldn't protect you from modern firearms. Did I mention how expensive it is?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskHistorians on November 19, 2022 16:51:56
/r/Cooking/comments/yzmj8t/chicken_turkey_stock/ix0shqt/

I got some chicken backs and feet, plus my normal freezer parts, and made stock lask weekend. I like to use the turkey stock from the neck and bits, plus the drippings for the gravy, then use my chicken stock to moisten things like stuffing. So basically, yes, do both.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 19, 2022 16:27:18
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yzm1fs/todays_office/ix0q4sm/

You'd think a video engineer could appropriately capture and rotate their freaking video. This is /r/killthecameraman quality.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 19, 2022 16:10:05
/r/gadgets/comments/yz1zrj/tim_cook_responds_to_teen_who_used_apple_watch_to/ix0pqd7/

I didn't realize that Tim Cook was such a sadist.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gadgets on November 19, 2022 16:07:09
/r/technology/comments/yyqtxf/twitter_loses_payroll_department_other_financial/ix0htrx/

I mean for what it's worth you just dropped me a huge wall of text. You should be annoyed at yourself for being so invested. That being said, I agree, that we are just now seeing it. We give outsized influence (and credit) to privileged and unhinged sociopaths and not enough to the engineers and designers who actually develop and maintain the technology. Elon Musk and his cult of personality is a symptom. He hasn't actually *built* anything and I think some folks are just now realizing that the Bezos's, Musk's, Gates's and Jobs's aren't the big brained geniuses that everyone's been giving them credit for. They've been largely privileged and lucky assholes taking advantage of other people's works. If you're arguing we should *also* hate all those other guys, in the same way we hate Russian oligarchs or Chinese party leaders, well I agree. If you are basically saying "leave the billionaires alone" then I vehemently disagree. I'm super excited about ripping off the "rich = genius" bandaid. If we start with Musk, well, he still has billions of dollars to cry in to. I'm not super worried that people are being mean to him on the internet.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 19, 2022 15:10:53
/r/technology/comments/yyqtxf/twitter_loses_payroll_department_other_financial/iwzs4m1/

As in hate for Elon? I think it's fair to hate the richest man in the world for throwing public temper tantrums and firing engineers like a petulant child. I think it's also fair to give him credit for mainlining EVs and dragging the US space industry 50 years in to the future. I do think he gets outsized credit for the latter two at the expense of the actual engineers and scientists making it happen, but that's not a new problem.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 19, 2022 12:08:39
/r/technology/comments/yyqtxf/twitter_loses_payroll_department_other_financial/iwzpedw/

It's hard to deny that Musk has a cult of personality and there are folks who will defend him no matter what he does. I kinda lost the plot here though and I'm not sure what the original point was anymore.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 19, 2022 11:49:01
/r/technology/comments/yyqtxf/twitter_loses_payroll_department_other_financial/iwzgtqr/

Sale of Tesla shares drove the price down lower. Investors get nervous when the CEO starts liquidating ownership of the company they run, especially when it's to make good on a joke offer that they're either too stupid or too egotistical to get out of.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 19, 2022 10:45:54
/r/technology/comments/yyqtxf/twitter_loses_payroll_department_other_financial/iwzfuui/

You could also just go look on the Elon subreddit. There's been an influx of critical comments since this whole thing started but there are still many many upvoted simp comments. People unironically insisting that 75% of your staff leaving at the same time is a good thing, 5d chess move, etc.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 19, 2022 10:38:38
/r/nottheonion/comments/yysgcm/eli_lilly_ceo_says_insulin_tweet_flap_probably/iwx332z/

I'm pretty sure the state of California has enough resources and expertise to develop a sophisticated drug manufacturing operation.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 18, 2022 19:27:06
/r/technology/comments/yyqtxf/twitter_loses_payroll_department_other_financial/iwwzzog/

I wouldn't call the laws here severe. I'd call them fair. Or worker friendly. Or something like that. The only way they can be considered severe is if you're trying to screw your employees.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 18, 2022 19:02:37
/r/technology/comments/yyqtxf/twitter_loses_payroll_department_other_financial/iwwypqx/

I know. A lot.of.folks think you can do the whole company with like 500 people. But they operate in how many countries? And need to be fluent in how many languages? Both fluent, culturally fluent, and *legally* fluent? How many employees is *just that*? Then those folks have to be paid. Then you need security for the building. Plus you'll need someone to negotiate and approve those things. Plus you have to hire like crazy now. Have you ever seen that South Park episode where Cartman buys a theme park?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 18, 2022 18:52:45
/r/technology/comments/yyqtxf/twitter_loses_payroll_department_other_financial/iwwx7s9/

That it didn't fail is really just an endorsement of the employees that have been run off, no? Imagine you've coded something that can coast for a while, but will eventually fail. The fact it's still coasting is because good coders (who are mostly gone) committed a bunch of good code, right?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on November 18, 2022 18:41:13
/r/news/comments/yyrjm5/us_opens_antitrust_probe_into_ticketmaster/iwwumcd/

If you look at dedicated concert halls, Live Nation either owns, or has exclusivity/preference in most of them. Once you cut out bars that host bands, Live Nation is a monolith. They have no competition, unless you think local bars hosting local bands is competitive. However they have also recently started accumulating smaller venues so they can take performers from cradle to grave. Why does acknowledging this offend you so?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 18:21:25
/r/nottheonion/comments/yysgcm/eli_lilly_ceo_says_insulin_tweet_flap_probably/iwwu8l1/

It's coming along. How's the trash removal going in NOLA? Or the home owners insurance in Miami?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 18, 2022 18:18:28
/r/news/comments/yyrjm5/us_opens_antitrust_probe_into_ticketmaster/iwwpyv2/

There are *only* 11 house of Blues locations my friend. They *only* own all of them.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 17:46:30
/r/news/comments/yyrjm5/us_opens_antitrust_probe_into_ticketmaster/iwwp3kn/

I guess if you only count the 50k capacity venues, then I would be mistaken. Lying is a bit of a stretch dontcha think?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 17:39:58
/r/nottheonion/comments/yysgcm/eli_lilly_ceo_says_insulin_tweet_flap_probably/iwwode7/

Sorry what are you rolling your eyes about?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 18, 2022 17:34:33
/r/nottheonion/comments/yysgcm/eli_lilly_ceo_says_insulin_tweet_flap_probably/iwwn4qv/

Having moved to LA after living in the South for almost all of my adult life, yeah. That's pretty much what they do. It's not perfect but it's way better than New Orleans, or Miami, or Atlanta, in my experience.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 18, 2022 17:25:25
/r/nottheonion/comments/yysgcm/eli_lilly_ceo_says_insulin_tweet_flap_probably/iwwmx9k/

Eh, there are plenty of drugs so easy to make, you can do it in a trailer in rural Alabama. An undergrad in organic chemistry can synthesize just about anything they have precursor agents for.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 18, 2022 17:23:53
/r/nottheonion/comments/yysgcm/eli_lilly_ceo_says_insulin_tweet_flap_probably/iwwm9rb/

As long as they pay California taxes. That's the bit nobody likes. I personally don't mind, I think I get my money's worth overall.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 18, 2022 17:19:12
/r/news/comments/yyrjm5/us_opens_antitrust_probe_into_ticketmaster/iwwk1b6/

No, they mostly own smaller venues. They have the entirety of the House of Blues. My understanding is that they typically go after 5k capacity and under venues but have a presence at literally every NFL stadium and nearly every sports arena in the US. It's too costly to own a Superdome or Wrigley field. Better to let the franchise and taxpayers maintain those 50k+ venues while they give up a cut of revenue for some kind of exclusivity or preferential treatment.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 17:02:57
/r/science/comments/yyjt5r/there_is_strong_proof_that_adult_insects_in_the/iww84f5/

>Either way though, I guess that would disprove my pain is inherent hypothesis. FWIW that's exactly why they're doing this kind of research. Many of these questions about pain and sentience are far from answered and likely have unsatisfying, complicated answers.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/science on November 18, 2022 15:39:56
/r/news/comments/yyrjm5/us_opens_antitrust_probe_into_ticketmaster/iww7vpr/

Depends. I don't think they own many (maybe any) large arenas. I do know if you're at a house of blues, that's Live Nation.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 15:38:16
/r/news/comments/yy2jr9/positively_dystopian_federal_judge_blocks_florida/iwvz4y4/

Insurance in Florida is getting more expensive and companies are starting to pull out. The Gulf South is going to have some serious affordability issues in the next 5-10 years.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 14:38:21
/r/news/comments/yyrjm5/us_opens_antitrust_probe_into_ticketmaster/iwvwv8q/

Worse. Live Nation owns ticketmaster *and* most of those venues.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 14:22:46
/r/news/comments/yy7y2a/twitter_closes_offices_until_monday_as_employees/iwvt0li/

Sure, and to be fair even in our organization everything is documented, but navigating our documentation, or figuring out what nomenclature we used to describe a particular process would take time to get up to speed on. I imagine just being a full stack dev and knowing how to read isn't sufficient to troubleshoot all of Twitter.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 13:56:16
/r/news/comments/yy7y2a/twitter_closes_offices_until_monday_as_employees/iwvphsm/

100k is not very much in Southern California.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 13:32:30
/r/news/comments/yyklcz/60_of_americans_are_living_paycheck_to_paycheck/iwv8zlt/

I'm someone who likes to gift. I enjoy the process. Saving up little tidbits of information over the course of the year, sneaking around and playing domestic smuggler to get things in unnoticed, the wrapping, taking a bite out of the cookie. It's fun. She *wants* to. Just let her, and enjoy it for what it is.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 11:41:31
/r/science/comments/yyjt5r/there_is_strong_proof_that_adult_insects_in_the/iwv4hbz/

Right, the stimulus and reflex are separate from the actual perception of the sensation of pain.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/science on November 18, 2022 11:11:10
/r/science/comments/yyjt5r/there_is_strong_proof_that_adult_insects_in_the/iwv1pjq/

> Pain is what aversion chemically feels like. You can’t respond to pain without feeling it. Nope, false. The classic example is the hand on a hot stove. You'll jerk your hand back reflexively before any sensation of pain. Just because a stimuli induces a response doesn't mean it's a pain response.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/science on November 18, 2022 10:52:22
/r/news/comments/yy7y2a/twitter_closes_offices_until_monday_as_employees/iwtro6a/

I was just thinking about my own small studio, where if 2 people quit/got hit by a bus/whatever then there would be about 50 servers that nobody could meaningfully interact with. It's probably not the stuff you can just badge in to, it's admin access and whatnot. Twitter may be better off there but I bet there are some edge cases. There are also unverified reports of entire critical teams having resigned. Assuming there is a kernel of truth to any of the things we've been hearing, then Twitter is about to lose an irreplaceable amount of institutional knowledge that can't just be hired on, no matter how much you waive around.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 02:48:57
/r/news/comments/yy7y2a/twitter_closes_offices_until_monday_as_employees/iwtlouu/

As I understand it he's already lost entire teams of critical folks. He can get someone to come in, and *if* they can even find the credentials to login they can *start* trying to understand the system they're supposed to be trouble shooting. I think Elon did that thing lots of billionaires and highly educated folks do, and assume because they were successful in one area they must be geniuses who know better and things would be fine if only they had full control for a while. I don't think Elon is having a good day. I doubt he has a serious idea about what the path forward looks like, or how to even start going down that road.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 01:29:50
/r/news/comments/yy7y2a/twitter_closes_offices_until_monday_as_employees/iwtl83o/

Perhaps but he's going to end up burning the whole thing down. I think anyone claiming he's making some big brained 5d chess moves severely underestimates how institutional knowledge works and why it's so valuable. He's about to have an equipment room full of servers that don't do server stuff.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 01:24:06
/r/news/comments/yy7y2a/twitter_closes_offices_until_monday_as_employees/iwtgtf8/

I don't think they're deliberate. Well, let me rephrase. His actions are deliberate. He's just surprised by the outcomes. I think he expected to roll in, clean up shop, and hand Twitter off to a cronie, having declared it fixed forever, after a matter of weeks. He's gotten high on his own supply.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 00:33:40
/r/news/comments/yy7y2a/twitter_closes_offices_until_monday_as_employees/iwtey59/

The valuation of his businesses are *based* on that reputation. If people lose faith in Elon's ability to manage a company, that makes Tesla a *very* risky stock to own. If Tesla craters that's the vast majority of his wealth.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 18, 2022 00:13:55
/r/nottheonion/comments/yxt3vo/herschel_walker_says_in_rambling_speech_he_wants/iws6nmi/

Fetterman has experience, and a public record. Walker has, well I guess he has a public record but it's not flattering, and he's never once gotten a political proposal passed. It's just not the same thing. If Hershel Walker was an experienced politician or policy maker or public advocate or *something* already then you'd have a point.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 17, 2022 18:11:23
/r/TrueReddit/comments/yy17wo/millennials_are_in_worse_financial_health_than/iws3h9h/

Water wets itself, and liquids can be dehydrated. The only time water *isn't* wet is when it exists as a solitary molecule somewhere, or it's trapped in a lattice or something. Liquid water is wetting itself.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on November 17, 2022 17:47:58
/r/LosAngeles/comments/yxa9vv/karen_bass_becomes_first_woman_elected_as_los/iwrcz1s/

Yeah but how much did he spend on the homeless before he ran?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on November 17, 2022 14:47:54
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yv3g8j/ive_built_something_useful_for_freelancers/iwraczx/

If you are chasing the lowest common denominator you've already lost. Plenty of apps and services do that already. You need to compete on quality. Otherwise Facebook and Lasso already exist. What's a 'lancer gonna think when they've gotten several offers on your app, but they're all for half, or less, than they already charge? The labor market is tight. You need to recruit talent, not clients. My humble opinion. Anyone worth a damned will never pay for the *chance* to get a local offer.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 17, 2022 14:30:39
/r/LosAngeles/comments/yxa9vv/karen_bass_becomes_first_woman_elected_as_los/iwr8iw9/

It's more like boycotting Nike because the ran an ad campaign on helping the less fortunate that cost hundreds of times more than any amount they'd actually set aside to help the less fortunate...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on November 17, 2022 14:18:32
/r/LosAngeles/comments/yxa9vv/karen_bass_becomes_first_woman_elected_as_los/iwr8bab/

There are no "true believer". There are just.a bunch of people who think she'll fuck them a *little less*. Which is fine. Sort of. It's normal at least.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on November 17, 2022 14:17:07
/r/LosAngeles/comments/yxa9vv/karen_bass_becomes_first_woman_elected_as_los/iwr7qqj/

They also manage to make money off it, which is why it's considered "working" while the hourly person's commute isn't. See, equality!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on November 17, 2022 14:13:22
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yv3g8j/ive_built_something_useful_for_freelancers/iwr3j9c/

The only reason this would be difficult is because you aren't looking out for your freelancers, which means they're the product not the customer, which means, well, that's not who you're looking out for.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 17, 2022 13:45:40
/r/nottheonion/comments/yxqyvo/mitch_mcconnell_votes_against_interracial/iwqzjpp/

Oh man. The founders included a tautology in our founding holy document! They must be geniuses of the highest order who's decisions we should *never* question even hundreds of years later!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 17, 2022 13:19:34
/r/offbeat/comments/yxsif0/the_nba_just_banned_offwhite_uniforms_because/iwquylr/

Well yeah but politics is like SportsBall. You gotta keep your eye on the goal and then keep going that direction until you reach it. Isn't that profound? Doesn't that stroke your primal instincts? It's the exact type of erudition I expect from someone who gets paid to hit and get hit by people, and exactly the skill you need to make complicated decisions about goepolitics. You're just made real Americans are taking power away from those coastal elites with all of their "books" and "research". Everything you need to know to run this country can be learned on the field.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on November 17, 2022 12:49:39
/r/AskCulinary/comments/yx32au/why_do_recipes_that_use_coffee_call_for_instant/iwnv3iz/

I'd bet they would be more willing to use some espresso powder than build a DIY vacuum chamber and deal with dry ice.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 16, 2022 19:47:55
/r/AskBaking/comments/yx6qw7/preparing_for_thanksgiving_need_advice_for_vegie/iwn8h54/

Arguably one of the dumbest things I've seen for a home cook.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on November 16, 2022 17:00:14
/r/AskCulinary/comments/yx0jb4/bread_flour_vs_high_gluten/iwmxi7g/

Yeah I've gotten good quality AP flour that was at or near the gluten content of cheap (but available) bread flour.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 16, 2022 15:48:29
/r/news/comments/ywzof9/ftxs_bankmanfried_celebrity_promoters_sued_in_us/iwmw8qm/

Knives are regulated though they aren't illegal. Pretty much everything legal is also regulated in some way. Regulation is not inherently bad, but deregulation is inherently risky.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 16, 2022 15:40:17
/r/AskCulinary/comments/ywf9w7/does_such_a_dessert_exist/iwjpsoi/

It's really not if you have any experience at all folding whipped egg whites in to anything.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 15, 2022 22:19:01
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yvg73r/can_anyone_talk_me_through_what_this_software_and/iwefrhd/

I'm convinced everyone who does this is the nicest guy on gig, then goes home to their murder dungeon to drill out nipples, or whatever, indeed they head home.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 14, 2022 19:57:16
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yv3g8j/ive_built_something_useful_for_freelancers/iwd6h48/

I'd say you should institute minimum rates for positions and maybe not institute a starred rating system but instead allow people to leave reviews without a numerical rating. The shittiest clients I've ever had (who would undoubtedly rate me lowest) are the ones most likely to use this kind of service.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 14, 2022 14:42:12
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yv3g8j/ive_built_something_useful_for_freelancers/iwcj0ry/

I'll be honest, I hate these services. It vaguely reminds me of Lasso where all I ever got were generic, low-ball offers from PMs too lazy to book crew in advance. I don't have a single high quality business relationship that's come from an app like this. It's like tinder for AV engineers.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 14, 2022 12:10:11
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/ytximt/this_red_light_in_this_regular_vent_in_the_hotel/iw87lb6/

I don't think that would hold up, frankly, I don't think you can "steal" something being used to commit a crime against you any more than taking a gun from a robber is theft. That aside, that's why you go to trial and fire up the GoFundMe and the socials.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on November 13, 2022 13:34:58
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/ytximt/this_red_light_in_this_regular_vent_in_the_hotel/iw7xzvo/

They'd have to then admit to basically sex crimes, and even *if* some douchebag prosecutor wants to get you on destructor property or vandalism or something, you demand a trial. Any reasonable judge would dismiss charges before it ever got that far, but any prosecutor who prosecuted this would be commiting political suicide. So not zero risk, but if you did end up prosecuted for some nonsense like this you could probably retire off the GoFundMe.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on November 13, 2022 12:33:11
/r/gaming/comments/ytxlvv/fatality/iw7x90z/

It largely depends on how fast and what kind of motion is on screen. More importantly however is camera movements. If you do a 360 pan in 10 seconds you may never know the difference between 30 and 120 fps. If you do that same pan in 2 seconds you'll definitely see a difference.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on November 13, 2022 12:28:06
/r/nottheonion/comments/ytbjxp/video_of_herschel_walker_saying_were_greatest/iw3om64/

He can both be an unqualified idiot, *and* have a shot at the Senate representing 1/100 (roughly 40 million people) of the US population. Isn't that great? Isn't this system great? No one can find a reason to change it, right?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 12, 2022 13:42:17
/r/books/comments/akkgz/ask_rbooks_what_is_the_great_russian_novel/iw3lru3/

How, and why, are you giving one word responses on 12 year old threads. These are usually supposed to be archived.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/books on November 12, 2022 13:22:41
/r/nottheonion/comments/ysyhow/timber_industry_says_it_is_under_threat_after/iw38q6t/

I don't think that's from lack of trees to cut, and frankly most building materials comes from farmed pine (at least in the US) which is not the kind of mold growth that they're talking about cutting down.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on November 12, 2022 11:53:03
/r/CommercialAV/comments/ysefzs/ndi_and_st_2110_interop/ivyo3nd/

2110 can pass along pretty much anything as an essence. Timing, audio, even additional video streams. So I have heard *talk* of embedding a low bandwidth NDI stream in a 2110 stream with an auto failover to the NDI if bandwidth is limited. However I've never seen it in practice and I can't even remember who told me about it. That's the closest to a 2110/NDI interop I've heard of. Though it's an interesting subject so hopefully someone with real experience chimes in.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on November 11, 2022 11:23:22
/r/fermentation/comments/ys6hcw/til_you_can_use_cheap_table_salt_for_fermentation/ivyjftu/

Yeah this has been my go to as well. In fact I keep it around for all kinds of things (like brines for poultry) where I want really fine crystals that dissolve fast. I'm surprised it's.not mentioned here more often.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/fermentation on November 11, 2022 10:51:42
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yoy6f9/national_crew_appreciation_week_2022/ivgnzzt/

It'd be better if you just spent that money paying your engineero.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 7, 2022 15:55:27
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yoy6f9/national_crew_appreciation_week_2022/ivgm6xo/

Hahahahahahahaha haha *Gasp* Ahahahahahahaha Lemme know when appreciation comes with a check.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 7, 2022 15:43:51
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/yoz5m0/how_my_daughters_boyfriend_keeps_his_change/ivgk5bm/

Oh. My dude. That's kinda on you. Nobody who's 18 and has a healthy relationship with their dad is dating a 30 y/o.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on November 7, 2022 15:30:41
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/yoz5m0/how_my_daughters_boyfriend_keeps_his_change/ivgjp0e/

Don't hate him because he's dating your daughter, hate him for keeping his dimes in an actual dime bag. Maybe if you just bought her her own drugs you wouldn't have to worry about this.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on November 7, 2022 15:27:43
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/yoz5m0/how_my_daughters_boyfriend_keeps_his_change/ivgjds4/

You should watch out for your daughter. This guy is a serial killer and has every part dissected and categorized in his freezer, just with larger bags.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on November 7, 2022 15:25:42
/r/pics/comments/yox6w8/today_our_friend_is_moving_into_an_apartment_hes/ivg90o2/

You can tell they don't really like you, because they left you Franks, instead of hot sauce.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on November 7, 2022 14:18:55
/r/comics/comments/yowqk5/the_darkest_part_of_the_eye_oc/ivg8uco/

I can totally get behind that. I just hate missing the joke, you know? For what it's worth your art is great. Love the style. And the content. When I get it, lol.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/comics on November 7, 2022 14:17:46
/r/news/comments/yowccv/kentucky_student_arrested_after_video_shows_her/ivg8lcx/

Kinda wish they would have.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 7, 2022 14:16:07
/r/comics/comments/yowqk5/the_darkest_part_of_the_eye_oc/ivg82ob/

I don't understand this one. Any help?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/comics on November 7, 2022 14:12:40
/r/AskCulinary/comments/yoiewy/what_is_this_crumbly_mild_blob_inside_my_squid/ivg5xem/

Nah, they're just happy to have the job be a bit easier. Real vampires will comment on the vascular quality after feeding, like a yelp review.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 7, 2022 13:58:43
/r/AskCulinary/comments/yoiewy/what_is_this_crumbly_mild_blob_inside_my_squid/ivg52fm/

Have you seen the way phlebotomists get treated? Nobody with immortality would put up with that shit. Way easier to kill a drifter in an alley twice a week.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on November 7, 2022 13:53:16
/r/news/comments/yo5rlx/twitter_asks_some_laid_off_workers_to_come_back/ivfmgga/

I've had better luck with a salary plus overtime model. Many places don't have systems in place to keep track of hourly wages but might be easier to integrate with self reported overtime. It's true though that many places will just say no.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on November 7, 2022 11:54:49
/r/Parenting/comments/yo3wi8/told_my_husband_i_was_going_to_take_a_shower/ivdllxv/

I think the bigger take away from these comments is the amount of time people take for themselves. Self care is important people.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Parenting on November 6, 2022 23:29:38
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivckgg3/

Ah, you're just ignoring reality now.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 18:33:31
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivck4lk/

That's absolutely not what he was removed for. He was removed for fighting. And arguably for making a scene. He would never have been removed if he didn't go outside for fisticuffs.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 18:31:08
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcjpib/

Yeah maybe the judge should have been removed for the civil rights violations. Just saying. If he hadn't gone out to have a tussle, he'd be free to *still* bully people in to forfeiting their rights!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 18:28:09
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcjfrs/

Oh nothing is negated, but nobody has addressed the fact that the whole reason they had a schoolyard brawl is because the defendant and his attorney refused to waive a constitutional right. You'd think that would be at the top, but no.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 18:26:13
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcizqp/

What's cool is how you ignore the two things *above* that. It also doesn't actually address the issue of pressuring a public defender to waive their 6a rights in order to speed up the docket...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 18:23:03
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivci2ws/

He was literally removed for "appalling behavior" not civil rights violations. If he'd merely made a defendant waive their rights and had the bailiff remove the Public Defender, he would still be on the bench. Look it up

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 18:16:35
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivch3by/

How many cases do you think he adjudicated before he lost his job? Why do you think he expected this defendant to waive their rights? If this judge had instead said "sit down and shut up, public defender, or I'll have you removed" they never would have lost their job. They didn't get fired for violating civil rights, they lost it for succumbing to schoolyard antics.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 18:09:35
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcgmig/

You're saying there's no evidence the government doesn't provide speedy trials. I'm saying the video we are all commenting on is just such evidence. [Especially considering Florida itself (the state where this video is from) has an actual definition for what that means.](https://www.slgattorneysflorida.com/what-is-speedy-trial-and-should-i-waive-it.html) So this judge wanted a defendant to waive their rights, the public defender said no, and the judge wanted to.*literally go outside and fight about it*. You think the government is adjudicating cases "speedily" given these circumstances?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 18:06:15
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcg0ar/

Dude, just look at the video. A judge was so mad that a defendant wouldn't waive their constitutional right that they wanted to fight a public defender.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 18:01:49
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcf810/

It's stock, not soup. It needs to get cold, fast. I'm pre-gaming for Thanksgiving. Also I sent you to the plain text of the 6th amendment. I pointed you to the bill of rights. That's about as sourcey as you can get for American legal stuff.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 17:56:14
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcer05/

You know that mirror points both ways, right homie?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 17:52:51
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcedjh/

Here's your one thing. https://nextbigideaclub.com/magazine/facts-dont-change-peoples-minds-heres/16242/

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 17:50:16
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcdiel/

There's literally zero chance of you changing your mind, even if I supplied everything you asked for! The research on this is pretty definitive, and the thing I'd have to change your mind about is more fundamental than a few definitions I could look up. That being said, last of the stock made it through the sieve, so enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 17:44:16
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivccb7b/

Nah, like I said, if I thought I had a sliver of a chance of changing your mind then I'd post links and sources. We're just killing time while I clarify some chicken stock.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 17:35:49
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcblmg/

Yup, I'm the problem here. I think we should force the government to adhere to the constitution z and you think the government should be the constitution to suit it's needs. I'm the moron and you're a genius. It's a great thing you have a powerful position befitting your genius, so my interpretation doesn't matter, right!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 17:30:47
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivcb0je/

Dude I read that already. I thought about linking it to you. I don't think it says what you think it says...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 17:26:36
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivc9qr1/

Okay so send me the legal definition.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 17:17:37
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivc8p00/

Not only did you never say that, but also, that definition also needs definition. What does "causeless" mean? How does that interact with the plain text of "speedy" in the amendment?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 17:10:13
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivc6ve1/

If you can offer a definition for "speedy" instead of just asserting that because it's hard to define, we should ignore it, then I am all ears.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 16:57:25
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivc10eb/

Welp, you've offered zero evidence to support any of your claims. All I'm citing is the 6th amendment, which I trust you can find. When you end up in jail for years over a snatch a grab you didn't perpetrate, maybe your perspective will change. If not you, it'll be your kids. Or your grandkids. Unless you're rich I guess.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 16:18:04
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/ivbxzk6/

I never said I was qualified to define anything, only point out that it's in the constitution. Also your solution violates civil rights while mine doesn't. It's kind of that simple.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 15:59:34
/r/WTF/comments/ynlj7o/not_a_good_idea_to_use_lighter_to_open_the_knot/ivb4lx7/

I first read this as "Old Bay" explosions. I feel like that's something I could support.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 12:53:58
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv92q8x/

I am not a lawyer, so I am not qualified to explain to you what "speedy" means in the context of the 6th amendment. I *do* know that it has been discussed, by lawyers, and judges, for about 250 years. If you want more information I suggest you ask a lawyer or at least look up a legal blog.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 01:55:48
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv91mqm/

I freely admit that I am neither a lawyer, nor a constitutional scholar. However, that doesn't mean that the government isn't responsible for adhering to the constitution *even when it's hard*. There are supreme court rulings on what constitutes a speedy trial and some states have specific laws. That's *exactly* why the PD in this case was refusing to waive the right, and *exactly* why it was getting under the judges skin. You're welcome to go down the West law rabbit hole on case law. I'm busy, and not getting paid nearly enough to maintain a subscription.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 01:42:40
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv918zw/

Listen, if you don't give a shit about the bill of rights, that's just fine. But let's not pretend this is a new issue, or that the government hasn't dropped the ball on this.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 01:38:15
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv90y08/

Right, then I decline the deal and demand a trial. *Which has to be speedy, according the the 6th amendment*. And if they can't arrange a speedy trial, then the charges should be dismissed.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 01:34:49
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv90m7g/

Offering a plea deal is not the same thing as guaranteeing a speedy trial. I don't see "plea deal" anywhere in the bill of rights, in fact.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 01:31:10
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv909m1/

No, you proposed a pie in the sky idea that's not really being considered anywhere while people languish either in jail, or under the shadow of criminal charges in violation of their civil rights...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 01:27:21
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv8zs5q/

It's the only solution that preserves people's rights. The system as it stands means that an innocent person who just wants their day in court may get screwed and have a charge hanging over their head for months, potentially years in some cases, because they refuse to take a plea and they can't get their case on the docket. That's unacceptable and if the DA can't bring a case, and a trial date be set, in a reasonable, *speedy* amount of time even, then the charges should be dismissed. Nobody is going to dismiss the serial killer or spree shooter, or slam dunk *any* but it would absolutely force the judiciary to prioritize what's actually important, and stop trying to over charge, force pleas when they don't have a good case, and overall would actually be in line with the historical intent of that particular element of the bill of rights. We let guilty people go all the time over way less egregious civil rights violations. It's nothing new.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 01:21:56
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv8wk5s/

All it takes is for the judge or the clerk to decide which cases to put on the docket and which to dismiss. If the DA knows they need a bulletproof case with everything ready to go before they charge then you wouldn't have these issues. What you're *really* saying is that you're okay with people's civil rights being violated because of shitty administration. But again, one of the things we are discussing is an enumerated right guaranteed by the constitution, and the other is not.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 00:46:48
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv8v2rr/

Sure, but that's not a civil rights issue. Nowhere in the constitution is that addressed, unlike the right to a speedy trial. It's one in of the most plain text rights granted in the constitution. All the PD wanted was for the judge to either set a date or dismiss the charges.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 00:31:46
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv8uqk5/

Expanding courts takes time, and money. If there aren't any plans , or budget to do so, and cases are languishing in the mean time, then yes, they should be dismissed.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 00:28:23
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv8uh12/

That's the government's burden. If they have so many cases that they can't guarantee a speedy trial, then yeah, time to start dismissing them. My reading of the 6th amendment doesn't include any exceptions for "being really busy".

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 00:25:48
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv8u2qf/

Hire more attorneys and judges? Something being difficult, or expensive doesn't absolve the government of respecting civil rights.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 6, 2022 00:21:58
/r/WTF/comments/ymyome/i_need_a_attorney_like_this/iv80yud/

Yeah, because *thats* the case they would drop, and not the dozens of bullshit misdemeanors and non-violent felonies that probably shouldn't have been charged in the first place.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 5, 2022 20:34:21
/r/WTF/comments/ymp1r2/wolf_lived_with_tree_branch_trapped_in_his_teeth/iv6sgrh/

Correct. Even termites have symbiotic relationships, as afaik nothing in the kingdom animalia can digest cellulose. Saliva doesn't really play any part in digesting cellulose except *maybe* dissolving some lignin bonds, but even then I don't think that's true, just maybe possible and something I don't remember.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 5, 2022 15:13:31
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/ymc2fv/raspberry_pi/iv6mn01/

I creeped your history a bit. If you ever want to move to Southern California lemme know. We could definitely use someone with your kind of skill set!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 5, 2022 14:32:53
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/ymc2fv/raspberry_pi/iv6jlmk/

It is but it's not always super intuitive and for really simple things sometimes it is easier to program in companion and cue from Medialon. I will say I have a pretty unique set of circumstances in the studio I work in. It's halfway between a post house, a venue, and a rehearsal space.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 5, 2022 14:12:12
/r/WTF/comments/ymp1r2/wolf_lived_with_tree_branch_trapped_in_his_teeth/iv6hcrd/

No mammal can digest cellulose. If any is broken down in an animals gut it's due to symbiotic bacteria or sometimes fungi.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on November 5, 2022 13:56:57
/r/AfterEffects/comments/ymq8dw/what_do_you_think_about_all_becoming/iv615hr/

Yep, I remember*just Photoshop* being $600 in 90's dollars, so roughly a grand today. The whole suit would be tens of thousands today, and you *still* had to pay to upgrade to the new version.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AfterEffects on November 5, 2022 12:08:23
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/ymc2fv/raspberry_pi/iv5p2n7/

Admin restrictions. Nothing intrinsic to Companion. It's a very tightly tuned system so it's difficult to get permission to install any 3rd party applications. In short we already have a show control platform, and I was told simply to make that one work.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 5, 2022 10:41:31
/r/AfterEffects/comments/ymq8dw/what_do_you_think_about_all_becoming/iv5o38p/

Yep, I tend to agree with this take. It's easier than ever to get in as a pro, since all you need to come up with for a valid, full Adobe suite is $50. It's not like you got free upgrades previously, and if they *weren't* on a subscription model they'd just feature lock everything new behind a new version and make you buy a $500 copy of every piece of software in the suite. There's a lot more software I would try and potentially use if it were a $50 subscription instead of sometimes many thousands of dollars as a barrier to entry.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AfterEffects on November 5, 2022 10:34:00
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/ymc2fv/raspberry_pi/iv4b5sr/

I use it for control as well but because of some... Limitations I don't use companion. I spun up some web interfaces in Medialon that a touch screen points to. Thing.is, with an RPi, you can use it to solve whatever problem you have, with a bit of knowledge.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 5, 2022 00:38:37
/r/Cooking/comments/yluu6k/old_bay_is_literally_so_good_and_so_underrated/iv2wjo2/

Yep! Exactly! Just a power salt ratio. No imitation nonsense.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 4, 2022 17:38:17
/r/Archery/comments/ylvhmy/medieval_armor_vs_full_weight_arrows/iv2ubao/

He used the 160, IIRC because while he *can* draw 200, he can't do a lot of it. So if he were to be an archer in battle and expected to shoot a lot, his comfortable max is 160.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Archery on November 4, 2022 17:22:11
/r/worldnews/comments/ym18aq/iranian_press_review_removal_of_hijab_law_would/iv2bk6n/

Complicated political intermarriage.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 15:15:10
/r/livesound/comments/ym61si/were_sorry_we_didnt_order_enough_food_for_the_crew/iv286mo/

What I do is one hour of OT for penalty, plus I bill at one level up until I'm fed or given a walk away. Folks are real quick to feed you when cheaping out costs then $150/hr per operator.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/livesound on November 4, 2022 14:52:29
/r/Cooking/comments/yluu6k/old_bay_is_literally_so_good_and_so_underrated/iv279ru/

It's called a low country boil for a reason. Definitely steam lobsters though.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 4, 2022 14:46:28
/r/livesound/comments/ym61si/were_sorry_we_didnt_order_enough_food_for_the_crew/iv275xg/

Plus 15 minute wash up, plus "make it safe" 15 minutes before that, plus another 15 in the back end to get back in position and make sure everything is as you left it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/livesound on November 4, 2022 14:45:44
/r/livesound/comments/ym61si/were_sorry_we_didnt_order_enough_food_for_the_crew/iv263uh/

Start charging meal penalties and they'll start realizing it's cheaper to get several more pizzas, than pay penalty plus OT until the walk away.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/livesound on November 4, 2022 14:38:49
/r/worldnews/comments/ym18aq/iranian_press_review_removal_of_hijab_law_would/iv25h3l/

It's when you accidentally impregnate your stuck-behind-the-couch step mom and have to honor marry her and honor kill your stepdad. Just regular everyday kink.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 14:34:43
/r/worldnews/comments/ym18aq/iranian_press_review_removal_of_hijab_law_would/iv1zlad/

It's only accurate from one very narrow perspective, which conveniently ignores a lot of other very real things, like neurology and brain chemistry.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 13:56:36
/r/worldnews/comments/ym18aq/iranian_press_review_removal_of_hijab_law_would/iv1xj9r/

Why? Who cares? People can change their namesz their appearance, their height, their skin tone. What's the difference?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 13:43:37
/r/worldnews/comments/ym18aq/iranian_press_review_removal_of_hijab_law_would/iv1x3ne/

Until we have the technology to swap chromosomes.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 13:40:53
/r/worldnews/comments/ylxm71/south_korea_scrambles_jets_after_spotting_180/iv1wf6h/

That's not what you said you coward. You claimed that you had classified reports that contradict the claims, and told people to "go get a clearance". Then you linked some shit you *literally just googled* that had a high end of 200k and a low end of 5k, and, I'm gonna go out on a limb here, you've never actually read.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 13:36:39
/r/worldnews/comments/ym18aq/iranian_press_review_removal_of_hijab_law_would/iv1w1yd/

Cool. Well at some point science will disagree and the technology will have advanced enough that it's impossible to tell the difference. Then you'll be clinging to ancient traditions for no good reason instead.of accepting progress and letting folks live their lives without silly interference from people who should never have had a say in the first place.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 13:34:21
/r/worldnews/comments/ym18aq/iranian_press_review_removal_of_hijab_law_would/iv1viec/

Yet. It's only a matter of time until we can grow and implant a uterus. It'll be for barren women first, but trans women will be next. Once science has caught up, *then* what will your argument be?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 13:30:56
/r/Cooking/comments/yluu6k/old_bay_is_literally_so_good_and_so_underrated/iv1v04g/

It's fine but it's essentially the "low sodium" Tony C's. Unpopular opinion, I know.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 4, 2022 13:27:46
/r/Breadit/comments/ym1102/croissants_are_a_hit_or_miss_dont_know_what_im/iv1tnjy/

Yeah even when I'm making rough puff it's always butter in the freezer, in and out, and rolled only enough to laminate better bouts in the freezer.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Breadit on November 4, 2022 13:19:18
/r/todayilearned/comments/yly4iw/til_about_7000_years_ago_bananas_were_not_the/iv1rduo/

Listen, I don't hate braised or stewed cabbage. Corned beef and cabbage is one of my favorite things. That being said, stewed cabbage is slimy.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on November 4, 2022 13:04:43
/r/Cooking/comments/yluu6k/old_bay_is_literally_so_good_and_so_underrated/iv1fjn4/

You're in Oz? DM me. I love sharing food experiences, and I'd be happy to either send you something, or even just arrange an Amazon list you can click on. Call it an early Christmas!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 4, 2022 11:48:00
/r/Cooking/comments/yluu6k/old_bay_is_literally_so_good_and_so_underrated/iv1f1j2/

It's definitely not measured in spoons of any variety, unless you're using a ladle.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 4, 2022 11:44:43
/r/Cooking/comments/yluu6k/old_bay_is_literally_so_good_and_so_underrated/iv1eu24/

If instead of straining, you dumb a bunch of ice in the pot to cool the shrimp in the liquid, it will absorb a lot more flavor. You do need to stop the cook a little early, just to account for the extra time in the boil as it cools.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 4, 2022 11:43:21
/r/Cooking/comments/yluu6k/old_bay_is_literally_so_good_and_so_underrated/iv1eno4/

Suddenly I want to send you a Louisiana care package. Bless your heart.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 4, 2022 11:42:11
/r/Cooking/comments/yluu6k/old_bay_is_literally_so_good_and_so_underrated/iv1ejw3/

Yup, Tony C or Zatatains is better than Old Bay for *most* applications. I don't dislike old bay, but it's a bit on the sweet side for me and I end up wanting to add more cayenne. So you know, Cajun seasoning. I do think that old bay is better for shrimp, and sometimes crab boils.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on November 4, 2022 11:41:30
/r/todayilearned/comments/yly4iw/til_about_7000_years_ago_bananas_were_not_the/iv1dqzo/

Kale is great. I know it's trendy to shit on it now, but if you want a green to put in to a soup or stew that doesn't turn in to slimy mush, kale is your friend.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on November 4, 2022 11:36:14
/r/worldnews/comments/ylxm71/south_korea_scrambles_jets_after_spotting_180/iv1719y/

Then why are you trying to invoke "classified sources" and telling people to go "get a clearance" (as if that's how any of this works anyway). *Maybe* you're right about casualties in Seoul, but you're definitely lying about having a clearance. Or if you aren't, then you're gonna get yours revoked in no time. This is day 1, filling out your SF-86 type information.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 10:51:35
/r/worldnews/comments/ylxm71/south_korea_scrambles_jets_after_spotting_180/iv155qf/

You know that if anything you're saying is actually true then merely mentioning the source and that you have a clearance is an OpSec violation. If you *actually* have a clearance, it may be getting revoked soon. People who do actually have clearances don't bring them up in reddit pissing contests.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on November 4, 2022 10:38:52
/r/ididnthaveeggs/comments/yl4ocr/brent_doing_the_lords_work_on_a_tomato_bisque/iuxoyov/

I could be husbanded. For the right price!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/ididnthaveeggs on November 3, 2022 15:43:07
/r/funny/comments/yl1w49/fk_you_and_ill_see_you_tomorrow/iux7vdn/

It's not gonna change without work. You can talk to me buddy. DM me.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on November 3, 2022 13:53:57
/r/funny/comments/yl1w49/fk_you_and_ill_see_you_tomorrow/iux7dkz/

Why do so many people just languish in these toxic relationships? Either be proactive and sort it out with a professional, or part was. Nobody has ever been happier on the other end for "sticking it out for the kids". Especially the kids.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on November 3, 2022 13:50:51
/r/CommercialAV/comments/yl61ab/freeman_av/iux2jfl/

I'm a video guy. Currently full time elsewhere but took an encore gig as a favor to a PM I used to like. Someone ended up reprogramming my Spyder because they didn't understand how I had programmed it within 10 seconds of looking at it. Instead of asking me, just deleted all the things and started over. Cool. Why did you hire me then? Whole place is a captured-revenue shit show. Fuck encore.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on November 3, 2022 13:20:25
/r/CommercialAV/comments/yl61ab/freeman_av/iux278d/

Encore is garbage. Everyone who works for them as a real human spends more time apologizing for them being garbage than doing a good job. Sad shame is, some of those are talented folks but they drank the Kool aid.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on November 3, 2022 13:18:15
/r/ididnthaveeggs/comments/yl4ocr/brent_doing_the_lords_work_on_a_tomato_bisque/iuwzgqh/

I make lots of fall soup and I'm single, though not a husband.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/ididnthaveeggs on November 3, 2022 13:00:41
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/ykltyv/whats_your_cozy_season_tradition/iuwylqb/

I'm gonna throw this out there, as I did before in New Orleans ND it worked out well, but I do an open Friendsgiving every year. It's my first year here so I have extra seats. If you want a place to go on Turkey day, DM me. All you need to do is show up, and pay the pet tax (my creatures are social animals).

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on November 3, 2022 12:55:20
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/ykzq5g/this_smartie_was_a_long_boy/iuws4t7/

It looks like a sausage. Should have fucked it instead.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on November 3, 2022 12:14:03
/r/woodworking/comments/yky5ky/advice_needed_how_do_i_sand_down_the_intricate/iuwbq3j/

You can make flap sanders with a Dremel and pieces of scotch Brite that work quite well for more delicate applications.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/woodworking on November 3, 2022 10:25:09
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/ykgj6y/how_many_of_you_switch_directly_on_the_bus/iutwrdu/

I always throw it in preview then hit take, or cutz or auto, or whatever the nomenclature is. Nothing goes to screen without hitting preview.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on November 2, 2022 19:59:40
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/yjfojo/neighbor_in_our_old_rent_stabilized_building_is/iuodc4b/

Wait, is your friend holding on to a rent controlled apartment and subletting for a profit?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on November 1, 2022 17:05:06
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/yjdj7w/what_is_up_with_ross_chastains_wall_ride/iuo82x2/

I mean, maybe that went off the rail, but using a safety device as a performance device is fucking stupid. He didn't get anyone hurt, and that's good, but nobody would salvage a seatbelt and use it as a parachute harness, for good reason: that's not what it was designed to do.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on November 1, 2022 16:31:39
/r/Metalfoundry/comments/yj9hla/severely_injured_2nd_degree_burns_have/iuo1veu/

>you bringing that up makes you sound uninformed They admitted that they were new, and uninformed. That's how they got injured. The supervisor didn't inform the new guy!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Metalfoundry on November 1, 2022 15:53:15
/r/TrueReddit/comments/yhm1i3/absolute_freedom_of_speech_on_twitter_elon_musks/iukjtx9/

I'm not denying they exist. Just that any would waste their time with you. You've already swallowed their bait.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on October 31, 2022 21:00:29
/r/TrueReddit/comments/yhm1i3/absolute_freedom_of_speech_on_twitter_elon_musks/iukjra0/

Yeah but not.for schmucks like you. Like legit disinformation campaigns. Not some douche on Reddit getting his fees hurt. I have no doubt there are government propaganda campaigns. Just none of them give a shit about you. You're already on their side anyway.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on October 31, 2022 20:59:55
/r/TrueReddit/comments/yhm1i3/absolute_freedom_of_speech_on_twitter_elon_musks/iui5c20/

The fact that you think the government would pay someone to respond to you is laughable.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on October 31, 2022 10:48:36
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yh2uza/how_can_i_check_audio_to_be_in_sync_with_video/iugl72e/

I don't think you're to blame. You identified an issue and brought it up to the show caller. They blew it off. You did what you are supposed to. It may be nice if you can identify the issue and make a more specific request in the future, but you did exactly what you were supposed to.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 30, 2022 23:59:56
/r/funny/comments/yhk0gw/no_eggceptions/iufccl4/

Even Coq a Vin starts out browning in oil.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on October 30, 2022 18:07:43
/r/funny/comments/yhk0gw/no_eggceptions/iuf291m/

Retire to the grease.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on October 30, 2022 16:59:03
/r/pics/comments/yhkq3h/man_holding_a_sign_of_things_that_are_welcome_and/iueaunw/

Tom Brady took money from the Alabama welfare fund without even delivering a speech. It was a grift, for something who wants for nothing. I can forgive a thief stealing bread, because he's hungry. I cannot forgive a prince stealing bread because someone else might have it instead.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on October 30, 2022 13:58:31
/r/pics/comments/yhkwfy/went_out_for_halloween_as_a_put_together_human/iueagf0/

Wtf is a "put together human"? I was expecting Frankenstein and ended up with "little black dress".

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on October 30, 2022 13:55:58
/r/pics/comments/yhdt1w/heres_the_mcrib_patty_before_being_cooked/iue1owf/

I'm not sure what you mean.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on October 30, 2022 12:58:22
/r/pics/comments/yhdt1w/heres_the_mcrib_patty_before_being_cooked/iudxq0o/

It's cheaper to just buy the good shit than to waste a water filter.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on October 30, 2022 12:31:03
/r/pics/comments/yhdt1w/heres_the_mcrib_patty_before_being_cooked/iudxkmz/

I make something like this sometimes using a food processor and panko, plus a little corn starch to bind. It works great, and has a certain nostalgic feel.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on October 30, 2022 12:30:01
/r/pics/comments/yhdt1w/heres_the_mcrib_patty_before_being_cooked/iudxdj6/

Based on his video I even started making my own chicken patties. It's not exactly what you see in the video obviously, but that was when the lightbulb clicked that I could make my own nuggies at home.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on October 30, 2022 12:28:36
/r/pics/comments/yhdt1w/heres_the_mcrib_patty_before_being_cooked/iudx6kw/

Blood pudding is delicious.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on October 30, 2022 12:27:16
/r/pics/comments/yhdt1w/heres_the_mcrib_patty_before_being_cooked/iudx4nx/

Damnit now I need to make a steak and ale pie.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on October 30, 2022 12:26:54
/r/pics/comments/yhdt1w/heres_the_mcrib_patty_before_being_cooked/iudwxis/

When I started gardening I had a hard realization that while my vegetables tastes better, they often looked worse. It puts some people off, but there are ways of hiding the blemishes you know?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/pics on October 30, 2022 12:25:32
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yh2uza/how_can_i_check_audio_to_be_in_sync_with_video/iud5mwz/

OP saw an issue, raised it to the TD and the TD declined to act. I don't think*any* of this is on OP. However, when you're trying to explain a problem to a non-technical person, having a specific problem and a specific solution is much preferred. Just getting a new render of the same file with the same export settings is unlikely to fix the issue, IMO.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 30, 2022 09:00:19
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yh2uza/how_can_i_check_audio_to_be_in_sync_with_video/iud3vs7/

I think just asking for "new files" is a mistake. If you could have elaborated to the show caller, "PBP doesn't like this codec, we need prores" or what have you, you may have gotten farther.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 30, 2022 08:43:47
/r/funny/comments/yh3xyq/how_you_know_theyre_straight/iud3e6d/

They did it in Florida. Basically "my FreeDumbs". Lawyer who pushed for it died riding without a helmet. Killed his lady too. She wasn't wearing one either.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on October 30, 2022 08:39:07
/r/nottheonion/comments/yggazu/man_released_from_california_prison_after_38/iuacrx9/

Even when external groups are paying for it, DAs frequently oppose testing. It's atrocious.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 29, 2022 16:13:14
/r/WTF/comments/ygchvo/i_mean_why_not_everyone_should_do_that/iu9m05t/

They forgot a 0. Even getting a used transmission from a junkyard and swapping it in is gonna cost more than $200.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on October 29, 2022 13:03:15
/r/nottheonion/comments/yggazu/man_released_from_california_prison_after_38/iu9l2e3/

OJ Simpson was the mid 90's. By 2000 DNA was used fairly routinely, especially in high profile cases. You could *maybe* make the argument that the sample was too degraded, but I'd argue that's a determination for a forensic lab to make, not an attorney.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 29, 2022 12:56:41
/r/beetlejuicing/comments/yeedik/humptye_dumptye/iu3a5f1/

Now accepting donations for additional glue.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/beetlejuicing on October 28, 2022 02:12:59
/r/fermentation/comments/yf9mp1/botulism_and_botulinum/iu31lso/

If you really want to oil cure then [here](https://news.okstate.edu/articles/agriculture/2020/gedon_home-infused-oils.html#:~:text=To%20make%20the%20infusion%2C%20use,remove%20the%20garlic%20or%20herbs.) is a good write up on how to do it safely.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/fermentation on October 28, 2022 00:33:57
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/yfbe9x/i_was_wondering_if_i_could_ask_about_led_walls_in/iu30lee/

There's a general 10 foot rule. It's ballpark and depending on content you may need more viewing distance, or be able to get away with less, but on average you want about 10 feet per mm of pixel pitch. As for cameras that's it's own bag of worms and will largely depend on what kind of cameras, lenses, what kind of shots and camera movements you're interested in getting and many, many other factors. I'd say the best thing you can do is get.your cameras out and test them.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 28, 2022 00:23:25
/r/nottheonion/comments/ye9abq/ye_escorted_out_of_skechers_office_in_los_angeles/itx5yel/

Hey man, don't put this on us. Ye needs a mental health professional, not a bunch of horses with one tube of glue between us.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 26, 2022 19:17:02
/r/funny/comments/ye5ajw/its_that_time_of_the_year/itww7yb/

I don't think that's a very fun game.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on October 26, 2022 18:04:43
/r/news/comments/ye1qz1/man_accused_of_killing_6_at_waukesha_christmas/itvyuhf/

I think they mean successful appeal. Everyone should have a right to have a ruling reviewed. There just isn't any merit, perceived or otherwise.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 26, 2022 14:30:45
/r/news/comments/ye1qz1/man_accused_of_killing_6_at_waukesha_christmas/itvyk3c/

If the judge succumbed to her frustrations and acted even slightly too punitively then that's the sort of thing one might try to use on appeal to show error, or bias. By acting so professionally and not letting the defendants behavior change her own, the judge has denied that avenue to the defendant. He will now have to appeal the case solely on it's merit. That's not a good position to be in, all things considered.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 26, 2022 14:28:53
/r/Cooking/comments/ydpkte/if_you_dont_have_a_jar_of_dry_roux_you_should/itvc31l/

Just so it in the microwave. That's what ma does.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on October 26, 2022 12:04:03
/r/Cooking/comments/ydpkte/if_you_dont_have_a_jar_of_dry_roux_you_should/itvbzns/

I'm pretty sure this was just a case of white people not being able to tell black people apart.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on October 26, 2022 12:03:26
/r/woodworking/comments/ychguc/for_my_first_major_project_i_decided_to_build_a/itquraw/

I'm pro-boat and spent some of my youth doing underwater maintenance on yachts. I'm with you. Sort of. Affordable is a relative term.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/woodworking on October 25, 2022 13:11:17
/r/Games/comments/yc6r0y/bayonettas_voice_actress_hellena_taylor_clarified/itoa504/

Because most people charging $250/hr aren't working 40 hours a week. It's not like being a machinist. Nobody needs a voice actor 40 hours a week, 52 weeks a year, but you (and I) would be mad if the voice acting in a triple A game wasn't, well, triple A.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on October 24, 2022 22:32:11
/r/Games/comments/yc6r0y/bayonettas_voice_actress_hellena_taylor_clarified/itnweu8/

It's not up to the employer to pay. That's why they pay $250/hr. Because they don't have to pay for 40/hrs a week, or training, or continuing education, or healthcare. It's why $250/hr is a paltry sum.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on October 24, 2022 20:52:40
/r/Games/comments/yc6r0y/bayonettas_voice_actress_hellena_taylor_clarified/itnsw6d/

>ontract jobs though? Most employers expect contract workers to be already trained That's exactly the point. That $250/hr only accounts for time in the studio, not time training and perfecting the craft.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on October 24, 2022 20:27:32
/r/woodworking/comments/ychguc/for_my_first_major_project_i_decided_to_build_a/itnfk1h/

Yeah but most sailboats still have engines and or generators, and just being in contact with the water is it's own hazard. I'm pro-sailboat, however, it's something people should get in to knowingly.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/woodworking on October 24, 2022 18:46:34
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/yckpqr/tw_pet_loss_cat_found_do_you_know_who_she_belong/itmy85n/

Jesus Christ. Good on you for taking the time. I hope you find some closure, but in the mean time take my good vibes. Nobody should die alone. Thank you for being there for that kitty cat.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on October 24, 2022 16:45:56
/r/woodworking/comments/ychguc/for_my_first_major_project_i_decided_to_build_a/itmvkkd/

Everyone I know who has a boat loves having one, but hates owning one.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/woodworking on October 24, 2022 16:29:18
/r/Games/comments/yc6r0y/bayonettas_voice_actress_hellena_taylor_clarified/itmvb2p/

You're just being an ass because you think $250/hr sounds like a lot of money.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on October 24, 2022 16:27:37
/r/Games/comments/yc6r0y/bayonettas_voice_actress_hellena_taylor_clarified/itmunvd/

You clearly have never done gig work. When you can only work when someone calls you, instead of just showing up at 8am 5 days a week, it's a totally different story.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on October 24, 2022 16:23:33
/r/Games/comments/yc6r0y/bayonettas_voice_actress_hellena_taylor_clarified/itmpbhp/

That only makes sense if you're accounting for a regular work week. This is incredibly irregular gig work. If your *only* work is 4k for a couple of sessions every 6 months, well, that's poverty wages. It also doesn't take in to account the amount of time and effort put in to making audition reels at your own expense. VAs aren't buying beach houses in Malibu for a reason.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on October 24, 2022 15:49:19
/r/woodworking/comments/ychguc/for_my_first_major_project_i_decided_to_build_a/itmo8ok/

Boat stands for "break out another thousand." Sailing types are self hating, and insist on having boats while also insisting that owning a boat is a stupid idea.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/woodworking on October 24, 2022 15:42:22
/r/nolagardening/comments/ybsbk1/do_pepper_plants_survive_the_winter_here/itm01yc/

Worst case you may have to cover them if there's a frost warning overnight. I'd also suggest pruning them back a bit once we get towards December/January. They aren't going to be very productive then anyway.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nolagardening on October 24, 2022 13:07:00
/r/woodworking/comments/ybq8m6/experimental_end_to_a_regular_dado_joint_im_happy/itk52xc/

It would be fine for normal shelf stuff. Unless you're doing jumping jacks on it, or storing gold bars then there's no way that joint would fail under normal use.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/woodworking on October 24, 2022 02:20:29
/r/woodworking/comments/ybq8m6/experimental_end_to_a_regular_dado_joint_im_happy/itk4usg/

I also think that unless you're storing bags of concrete, or buckets of lead or something those joints would be fine if they were 45 degrees all the way through.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/woodworking on October 24, 2022 02:17:31
/r/worldnews/comments/yaotua/36_missiles_fired_at_ukraine_since_night_world/itgi5yp/

Ah yes. The conventional bombing, artillery strikes and slogging campaign through the mainland would have been better. But you're right, nobody knows, and arguing historical counterfactuals is pretty stupid.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 23, 2022 10:04:29
/r/worldnews/comments/yaotua/36_missiles_fired_at_ukraine_since_night_world/ite8ier/

Arguably none of the Japanese were totally innocent, for one, and for two, fewer people died (compared to an invasion) as compared with the casualties from Hiroshima and Nagasaki. We are still using purple hearts minted for the Japanese invasion. There were about 160,000 casualties just for the Okinawa invasion.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 22, 2022 19:47:19
/r/worldnews/comments/yaotua/36_missiles_fired_at_ukraine_since_night_world/itd8wgc/

You and I both know it's not that simple. You and I also.both know the situation is completely different.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 22, 2022 15:26:59
/r/worldnews/comments/yaotua/36_missiles_fired_at_ukraine_since_night_world/itd5zfp/

I think ending wars in the fastest possible way is generally the most humane way to end a war. If a populous can happily make spam, while ignoring the realities and the brutality that enables, then they prolongs war.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 22, 2022 15:06:28
/r/news/comments/yaqsgr/alex_jones_seeks_new_trial_after_1_billion_sandy/itd5rwg/

Italian on a home made hoagie. I'd also consent to a Reuben on home made rye.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 22, 2022 15:04:59
/r/AskCulinary/comments/yapi2c/update_how_long_can_potato_stay_in_salted_baking/itd1lys/

Botulism isn't an issue in an aerobic (primarily water based) environment.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on October 22, 2022 14:35:35
/r/worldnews/comments/yaotua/36_missiles_fired_at_ukraine_since_night_world/itd0pv9/

In total war, any city of note is a military target. That's the world we live in. You can't go to your factory job making food for soldiers, or whatever, and say "well *I'm* not a combatant so I should be safe!" If whatever you're doing is contributing to your countries ability to wage war, you're a valid target.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 22, 2022 14:29:23
/r/news/comments/yaqsgr/alex_jones_seeks_new_trial_after_1_billion_sandy/itczijk/

What else would you do for $350 and a sandwich?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 22, 2022 14:21:24
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/ya2xre/what_do_you_consider_a_good_reason_to_go_to_a/it9xysh/

Pretty much any enterprise networking equipment is gonna have long leads.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 21, 2022 20:42:05
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/ya2xre/what_do_you_consider_a_good_reason_to_go_to_a/it9lsf5/

The only real current reason is if you need uncompressed video. Basically if 10 bit 4:2:2 is insufficient then 2110 is your best option. If a broadcast quality SDI signal does everything you need it to, then you'll probably be ready for 2110 on your *next* gear refresh. There are potentially some latency savings depending on the equipment and how it's built out (think LED processor being a PCIE card as opposed to a separate piece of hardware) and a few other video over IP niceties as well, but you don't have a huge "fuck you" budget you're probably going to struggle. It doesn't help that the enterprise grade Cisco and Mellanox gear still has huge lead times.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 21, 2022 19:05:36
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/y9y734/is_it_just_me_or_does_la_have_a_lot_of/it9k1k8/

I ran in to some of this in New Orleans. I think it's just trashy people doing trashy things.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on October 21, 2022 18:51:59
/r/lightingdesign/comments/y7q27j/10_dsy_convention_a_lot_of_work_but_a_lot_of_fun/isz62pc/

I'm always a little surprised when people post shots like this of presumably some executive or keynote speaker without permission. I'm all about gig pics, but my portfolio never contains branded or identifying content. It's very likely, even if you didn't sign one, you're working under the production companies NDA. Usually it's not an issue but get too much of the wrong kind of attention and this could mean burning a bridge for you, and possibly for whoever hired you.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/lightingdesign on October 19, 2022 15:37:33
/r/LosAngeles/comments/y86mwm/some_went_around_putting_this_in_peoples/isz3xpr/

Hand out black licorice and cough drops.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on October 19, 2022 15:24:01
/r/gaming/comments/y78g71/scorn_is_a_work_of_art/isu94om/

>Also, the game is only like 5 hours long. This is kind of an issue for me. For a game so short, it reuses assets and pads it's length with the aforementioned backtracking. I think the art style and design are magnificent, but as a *game* it's a bit of a letdown. It's a shame too because the idea of purely visual storytelling is a breath of fresh air in a world filled with journal entries and audio logs, but that was also a bit of a whiff for me. Unless I've missed something (or a bunch of something's) then the story is basically as well put together as the gunplay. Just because you're not going to spoon feed a story doesn't mean you don't have to have one.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on October 18, 2022 15:12:50
/r/gaming/comments/y78g71/scorn_is_a_work_of_art/isu0qqj/

There is a lot of backtracking in the game though.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on October 18, 2022 14:18:43
/r/gaming/comments/y78g71/scorn_is_a_work_of_art/isu0gx3/

Just watch a let's play. I started off wanting to just watch the first 20 minutes or so, to get an idea for the game, but quickly realized it wasn't gonna be my thing and watched it through.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on October 18, 2022 14:16:57
/r/lightingdesign/comments/y770eh/is_there_software_that_can_be_programmed_to/istzui1/

Touch has an enormous learning curve. It's very powerful but every time I try to do something with it I feel like a moron. Although I suppose it's possible that I am, in fact a moron.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/lightingdesign on October 18, 2022 14:12:48
/r/nottheonion/comments/y6tsrn/us_government_orders_arizona_to_remove_border/istp5sw/

There's a contract to build some wall there that's being impeded by the shipping containers. As usual, a politician got in their own way for the sake of a stunt.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 18, 2022 13:02:36
/r/nottheonion/comments/y6xd59/barack_obama_says_democrats_need_to_avoid_being_a/istbmbu/

To be fair Bill Maher has been a tool for as long as I can remember.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 18, 2022 11:34:18
/r/seriouseats/comments/y6eltc/pommes_darphin/ist20bu/

You and I have had dramatically different hash brown experiences at waffle house.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/seriouseats on October 18, 2022 10:29:01
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/y7707e/blackmagic_atem_2_me_advanced_panel_any/ist0eh4/

That Xkeys panel is a pain in the ass. I'd hard pass on it. If you're dead set on a T-bar then just get the BMD panel. If you don't actually need it, then 2 Stream deck XLs will do it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 18, 2022 10:17:38
/r/Baking/comments/y6rqmf/quick_and_dirty_half_birthday_cake_for_my_sons/isrl91p/

Even for a 6 month old, the celebration is for the parents, not the child. This is nonsense.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Baking on October 18, 2022 00:34:00
/r/Baking/comments/y6rqmf/quick_and_dirty_half_birthday_cake_for_my_sons/isrk4fq/

What the eff is a half-birthday?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Baking on October 18, 2022 00:22:20
/r/funny/comments/y6i0wj/imagine_explaining_this_to_the_insurance_company/ispylnr/

The boulder might be a better option. At least the boulder won't be pissed off after it recovers.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on October 17, 2022 16:49:52
/r/funny/comments/y6i0wj/imagine_explaining_this_to_the_insurance_company/ispxhu8/

Moose are fucking terrifying. I'll take a bear encounter over rutting moose any time.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on October 17, 2022 16:42:36
/r/broadcastengineering/comments/y69gn1/ndi_hx_plugin_for_axis_cameras_is_out_connect_any/ispu008/

There's a lot of this going around. NDI being free, or at a minimum cheap, has gotten a lot of these prosumer things coming out of the woodworks. I don't personally have an issue with NDI but I hate NDI fanbois. It's a good protocol, and useful, but it's not the solution to every problem. 2110 is where it's at on the professional side but the need for a dedicated network and lots of bandwidth makes it inaccessible for a lot of folks.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/broadcastengineering on October 17, 2022 16:19:50
/r/news/comments/y6ajh0/more_us_companies_charging_employees_for_job/ispt6xi/

That's the right way to do it IMO and I imagine if you're reasonable about other aspects of the job as well, your retention rate is higher than average.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 17, 2022 16:14:35
/r/seriouseats/comments/y6eltc/pommes_darphin/ispr9er/

Waffle house hash browns are pretty legit.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/seriouseats on October 17, 2022 16:02:00
/r/comics/comments/y69l0z/unscoobys_your_dooby_doo/ispdyfj/

I believe it's called a square. Or perhaps a rhombus. Or even a parallelogram or rectangle. Hard to say. I suppose it depends on how many of the characters are obtuse.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/comics on October 17, 2022 14:35:35
/r/nottheonion/comments/y5px5f/kari_lake_doesnt_commit_to_accepting_arizona/ism8ndc/

Okay. Well source? Context is important. As far as I have seen she's said the tally was correct but that voters were disenfranchised. That's a far cry different from "the election was fraudulent" which has been the line from Republicans since before a single vote was counted...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 16, 2022 20:58:58
/r/nottheonion/comments/y5px5f/kari_lake_doesnt_commit_to_accepting_arizona/ism0kuz/

If Trump hadn't kept saying, even up until now, that the election was stolen, this may have some legs. But that's not what happened and that's not what Trip said.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 16, 2022 19:57:36
/r/nottheonion/comments/y5px5f/kari_lake_doesnt_commit_to_accepting_arizona/islnt53/

She acknowledged that her opponent was the legally elected governor. What more do you want from her?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 16, 2022 18:20:49
/r/nottheonion/comments/y5px5f/kari_lake_doesnt_commit_to_accepting_arizona/islmv16/

Okay that is a 15 minute vid and she conceded [here](https://www.npr.org/2018/11/16/668737597/georgia-facing-final-deadline-for-ballot-certification-in-governors-race) so can you give me a time stamp or something? Because as I've seen it, these aren't equivalent claims...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 16, 2022 18:14:02
/r/nottheonion/comments/y5px5f/kari_lake_doesnt_commit_to_accepting_arizona/islmfyv/

Because it's not true? [Stacey Abrams Concedes To Brian Kemp In Georgia's Governor Race](https://www.npr.org/2018/11/16/668737597/georgia-facing-final-deadline-for-ballot-certification-in-governors-race)

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 16, 2022 18:11:00
/r/nottheonion/comments/y5px5f/kari_lake_doesnt_commit_to_accepting_arizona/isljeyf/

Pretty much every republican that's peddling the big lie? Basically anyone even slightly to the right of Romney has either claimed voter fraud, or decided not to call out their colleagues for claiming so without evidence.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 16, 2022 17:49:23
/r/nottheonion/comments/y5px5f/kari_lake_doesnt_commit_to_accepting_arizona/islhusz/

"The election was stolen" and "I lost but the rules are fucked up and need to be changed" are not even remotely the same thing.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 16, 2022 17:38:24
/r/nottheonion/comments/y5px5f/kari_lake_doesnt_commit_to_accepting_arizona/islho7h/

[Abrams won't 'question the outcome' of Kemp rematch but does 'question' Ga. voting rules.](https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/abrams-question-outcome-kemp-rematch-question-ga-voting/story?id=90992243) It's not even *remotely* the same thing as claiming election fraud.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on October 16, 2022 17:37:07
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/y4ulps/what_to_do_in_la_when_it_rains/isigq7b/

I was worried about that. I didn't realize I had to take one when I went in, but I had to wait about ten minutes before I could take it, so I did the practice exams on the website a few times. I might have failed if I hadn't.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on October 16, 2022 02:07:44
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/y4ulps/what_to_do_in_la_when_it_rains/isi58t3/

Van Nuys was a little over an hour with no appointment, doing an out of state transfer (so I had to take the written test). L.A. DMV was a shockingly painless trip.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on October 16, 2022 00:04:32
/r/worldnews/comments/y40o8w/china_gives_tesla_tax_break_3_days_after_musks/isgi6eg/

Oh. He's just mad they pulled his subsidies. He's gonna keep doing it, because not doing it after the Taiwan and Ukraine gaffes is bad optical but he hasn't spent 100 million dollars on this.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 15, 2022 16:26:01
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/y46dgs/whats_up_with_a_bunch_of_negative_articles_about/ise65xr/

I do? I honestly think you're a bit nutty. Nobody is paying to smear Bill Murray. If it was a politician or executive or something then it'd at least be plausible. Not everyone who gets caught being shitty, and gets called out for it, is the victim of some plot.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on October 15, 2022 04:01:32
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/y46dgs/whats_up_with_a_bunch_of_negative_articles_about/isdzc1q/

How much does it cost to cancel someone? Who do you make the check out to?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on October 15, 2022 02:25:52
/r/livesound/comments/y3y6zg/better_to_separate_danteaudio_traffic_from_video/isdvddq/

That's a fair point, however if you isolate your systems then you don't have to worry about IT pushing an update or otherwise screwing up your configuration. It'll also largely depend on your network configuration and what switches you're using. You run out of bandwidth on a 10g port really quick when you start messing with 2110.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/livesound on October 15, 2022 01:34:26
/r/worldnews/comments/y40o8w/china_gives_tesla_tax_break_3_days_after_musks/iscbxz2/

From a Mashable article: >(USAID) paid SpaceX for 1,333 Starlink terminals to send to Ukraine, according to a new report in the Washington Post, At a price of $1,500 per terminal, the government agency spent around $2 million for the hardware. SpaceX also sent an additional 3,667 terminals and delivered service to them. But USAID also paid around $800,000 in transportation costs to deliver these terminals to Ukraine. In total, U.S. taxpayers paid SpaceX more than $3 million. It's a far cry from SpaceX's original comments on the matter. Available [here.](https://mashable.com/article/elon-musk-spacex-ukraine-starlink-government-funding) I don't trust anything Musk says about how much he's paid, what it's cost, or where the funding came from. He's eager to take credit for everything and responsibility for nothing.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 14, 2022 17:38:43
/r/offbeat/comments/y3v5pp/florida_dads_accused_of_shooting_each_others/isc8pi9/

After literally shooting children.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 14, 2022 17:16:16
/r/worldnews/comments/y40o8w/china_gives_tesla_tax_break_3_days_after_musks/isc701j/

[U.S. quietly paying millions to send Starlink terminals to Ukraine, contrary to SpaceX claims](https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/04/08/us-quietly-paying-millions-send-starlink-terminals-ukraine-contrary-spacexs-claims/)

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 14, 2022 17:04:31
/r/worldnews/comments/y40o8w/china_gives_tesla_tax_break_3_days_after_musks/isbzheu/

It was *never* provided for free. It was largely paid for by US subsidies. Now if he wants to opt-out of subsidies for all of his companies....

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 14, 2022 16:13:43
/r/Games/comments/y3y5ye/nvidia_unlaunching_the_12gb_4080/isbz3fb/

I've bounced between Intel/Nvidia and AMD for a while now. I've never been unhappy with my AMD builds. They've always been cheaper z and I've never really noticed a performance difference when bouncing between comparable hardware. There are absolutely edge cases, but most gamers would never see or notice a difference unless there's a proprietary feature. Then again AMD has an open source version and Nvidia's are hardware tied.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on October 14, 2022 16:11:07
/r/Games/comments/y3y5ye/nvidia_unlaunching_the_12gb_4080/isbxj73/

Despite a huge portion of their gross being GPUs. Nvidia is getting in their own way here. Hopefully competitors can capitalize.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on October 14, 2022 16:00:36
/r/offbeat/comments/y3v5pp/florida_dads_accused_of_shooting_each_others/isbuyts/

It's not an evenly applied standard, and the mere fact that you can be credibly abused of, and I can't emphasize this part enough, **shooting a child** and get to go home because you can post bond, whole drug offenders are left to rot because they can't is infuriating. Especially given that if they *hadn't* missed it would have resulted in a car full of innocent people, including children, careening off the road at highway speeds in to *who knows what*. These are the *definition* of reckless, dangerous, unhinged individuals who should be kept away from law-abiding citizens, but it's Florida and they're middle aged white dudes so they don't have to suffer the same consequences. Suddenly we care about folks keeping their jobs and blah blah blah.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 14, 2022 15:43:49
/r/offbeat/comments/y3v5pp/florida_dads_accused_of_shooting_each_others/isbpskw/

We are *also* kept away from society if we are deemed a risk. These are grown men who *shot children* over traffic interactions. It's like the textbook example of people who should be separated from society until the court adjudicates their guilt. Frankly if this were an evenly applied standard I wouldn't care, but if you look at how many people are left in Nassau county jail for less serious offences either because they don't have the cash, or because they were denied bail, then we can see that it's absolutely not applied evenly. These guys are unquestionably dangerous, and should be separated from society until they've had a lengthy rehabilitation stay in a state penitentiary.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 14, 2022 15:09:43
/r/offbeat/comments/y3v5pp/florida_dads_accused_of_shooting_each_others/isbd8ay/

Okay so everyone with a felony arrest that's short of attempted murder should be out of jail right? I haven't even looked yet, but wanna take bets on the stats for Nassau county?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 14, 2022 13:45:43
/r/offbeat/comments/y3v5pp/florida_dads_accused_of_shooting_each_others/isbclbd/

Folks who shoot at people they are mad at over nonsense traffic, are dangerous and should stay locked up until their case is adjudicated. I'm all for vail reform, but attempted murder is just about at the line where it's probably better to leave them in than let them out.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 14, 2022 13:41:26
/r/livesound/comments/y3y6zg/better_to_separate_danteaudio_traffic_from_video/isbapiy/

I would frankly have a dedicated video transport network, audio transport network, and control network. Video over IP isn't going away and the bandwidth requirements are likely to increase. You should pretend they are separate systems just as if you were running XLR and SDI, and isolate both. Lighting is just command and control, and other AV things like that can live on the same network with much less stringent requirements.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/livesound on October 14, 2022 13:28:56
/r/offbeat/comments/y3v5pp/florida_dads_accused_of_shooting_each_others/isb9n24/

The shocking thing to me is that they are out on bail.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 14, 2022 13:21:47
/r/nintendo/comments/y3s9ne/thoughts_on_metroid_dread_one_year_later/isb8n7b/

I couldn't find the ghost gun to kill the second space demon and gave up after running in circles through a fairly small area for like 45 minutes shooting everything and dying a lot.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nintendo on October 14, 2022 13:15:07
/r/WTF/comments/y2q32m/close_encounter/is60bki/

Yeah but you're using a niche case to scaremonger about cougars. If they're a thing in your local area, you'll know. Or at least you should. Cougars aren't some external threat pretty much anyone should worry about.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on October 13, 2022 11:36:09
/r/WTF/comments/y2q32m/close_encounter/is5yx99/

Ehhh "regularly" is a bit of a stretch. That's like saying sharks "regularly" attack people. It happens, for sure, but it's not something most folks should ever concern themselves about, unless they are doing things that put them in higher risk categories.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on October 13, 2022 11:26:50
/r/WTF/comments/y2q32m/close_encounter/is5yjor/

Yep. Once a year someone needs stitches. By that metric hammers are far more dangerous than mountain lions. Just saying. "A lot more common" is still exceedingly rare.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on October 13, 2022 11:24:21
/r/news/comments/y2i5te/texas_family_of_5_sentenced_in_jan_6_case/is3vcp9/

Tons of folks got arrested during BLM, just not generally by the feds. If DC police had used the same tactics on the Jan. 6 insurgents as they did on BLM protests, there would have been a different narrative about police brutality.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 12, 2022 22:37:25
/r/worldnews/comments/y1g69o/nasa_says_dart_mission_succeeded_in_altering/irxzd4l/

Hey hey hey! He's also trying to give away Taiwan. For the "self-important shithead who doesn't understand as much as he thinks he does" award. It's a bit wordier. Harder to get on to Twitter... For now...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on October 11, 2022 17:33:57
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/y1bpv9/crew_member_shoved_by_raiders_davante_adams/irxwzpx/

That dude definitely could have died. Humans are very delicate meat bags filled with goo, and just a little jostling of certain goo bits can cause the whole thing to stop working.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 11, 2022 17:17:46
/r/AskCulinary/comments/y1boem/is_nixtamalization_used_for_anything_else_besides/irxm32w/

I wish I had a Vitamix. It's on the list. Maybe for Christmas.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on October 11, 2022 16:06:55
/r/AskCulinary/comments/y1boem/is_nixtamalization_used_for_anything_else_besides/irxf3pj/

My hummus was better improved by using baking soda than it was by buying a $400 food processor. That being said, if you can afford it I recommend both, however a cheap Hamilton Beach will get you where you need to get, just by the addition of baking soda.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on October 11, 2022 15:23:04
/r/Blacksmith/comments/y0i2hx/the_salami_will_stand_no_chance/irsxh32/

Whatever that salami did to you, I'm certain it'll never do it again.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Blacksmith on October 10, 2022 16:08:29
/r/todayilearned/comments/y0dbu1/til_columbus_day_was_founded_as_a_way_to/irrt1xi/

It already has Jack Black and Keegan Key.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on October 10, 2022 11:36:46
/r/Baking/comments/xzm6b9/how_big_is_your_rolling_pin_mine_gets_laughed_at/irojw9w/

Sounds like this pin would be great for that too!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Baking on October 9, 2022 16:51:34
/r/Broadcasting/comments/xzrqbi/grass_valley_ldx80_gamma_for_football_ocp_400/irnzui6/

There are no "shader secrets". You do it according to the manual and match rec 709, and then after that, you deviate from the standard.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Broadcasting on October 9, 2022 14:39:47
/r/news/comments/xz2zcj/harvey_weinstein_goes_on_trial_in_la_where_he/irntv0e/

I mean he, at a minimum, enabled Harvey and ignored any complaints. He may not be criminally culpable, but he sure didn't give a shit about anything but his paycheck.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 9, 2022 14:01:13
/r/Baking/comments/xzm6b9/how_big_is_your_rolling_pin_mine_gets_laughed_at/irnrpm3/

Okay, besides pie crusts, pasta, pizza dough and big batches of cutout cookies, what do you roll with a pin?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Baking on October 9, 2022 13:47:24
/r/news/comments/xz2zcj/harvey_weinstein_goes_on_trial_in_la_where_he/irniec8/

If you're a Hollywood producer the odds are you're*some* kind of scumbag. Say what you want about the talent, or the directors, or the crew, but everyone involved in the financing of films is at minimum an amoral crook, and likely much worse.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 9, 2022 12:45:51
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xz9wsi/what_playback_and_gfx_software_are_you_using_for/irn8izg/

Disguise is going to make you buy the hardware, it's not just a software solution IIRC and it's not a cheap one.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 9, 2022 11:39:59
/r/geek/comments/xxx0ve/how_to_film_crt_screens_correctly_if_you_try_to/irjeook/

No because you can never have any more information than you originally capture. So if you have a situation where your camera is capturing a half-drawn frames you can make all of those frames start at the appropriate location, but you can never get back the information that wasn't captured because the frame was half-drawn in the footage.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/geek on October 8, 2022 14:03:49
/r/geek/comments/xxx0ve/how_to_film_crt_screens_correctly_if_you_try_to/irj4kq0/

The frame rate is how many frames are captured per second. That's a recording setting. The shutter speed (or shutter angle, Red has a good article [here)](https://www.red.com/red-101/shutter-angle-tutorial) is about how quickly the frame is drawn, typically top to bottom and left to right. It's called rolling shutter. Global shutter is an option on more and more cameras, but global shutter isn't universal and isn't often available on cheap cameras.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/geek on October 8, 2022 12:44:12
/r/geek/comments/xxx0ve/how_to_film_crt_screens_correctly_if_you_try_to/irj3wj2/

Frame rate doesn't do what you're claiming it does, and frankly until you get past a smartphone, or download an app, you don't usually have a frame rate option anyway. Just ask /r/premiere how many issues are VFR related.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/geek on October 8, 2022 12:38:50
/r/Cooking/comments/xyok1a/whats_the_best_honey_to_be_eaten_with_fried/iriy3xh/

Unless you're talking specifically about a brand, Africanized honey bees just make regular honey. Of course the season and location affect the taste and color of the honey, but there's nothing different or special about honey that comes from 'killer' bees.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on October 8, 2022 11:51:36
/r/geek/comments/xxx0ve/how_to_film_crt_screens_correctly_if_you_try_to/irh1pep/

You can download an app on your phone. You don't need anything expensive, you just need to adjust the correct parameters.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/geek on October 7, 2022 21:55:12
/r/geek/comments/xxx0ve/how_to_film_crt_screens_correctly_if_you_try_to/irg8kx3/

Digital cameras for the most part still use physical shutters. Basically unless it's a camera with a global shutter then the physical shutter is still important based on how the information is encoded. I get what you're saying but I think you have a fundamental misunderstanding of how video reads and draws rows.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/geek on October 7, 2022 17:32:23
/r/geek/comments/xxx0ve/how_to_film_crt_screens_correctly_if_you_try_to/irg3zmq/

It's really not about FPS it's about shutter speed.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/geek on October 7, 2022 16:55:42
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/xwpxje/whats_going_on_with_hertz_having_people_arrested/irap9s7/

They aren't that much cheaper and it's such a headache. I'd rather drive cross country than fly Spirit.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on October 6, 2022 12:13:27
/r/offbeat/comments/xw9hno/lapd_officer_killed_during_training_exercise_was/ir6a15h/

It's not about defund. In fact anything potentially meaningful we do is gonna be incredibly expensive. But we need a new legal system, a new justice system and a new police force. They're all pretty fundamentally broken.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 5, 2022 13:20:41
/r/offbeat/comments/xw9hno/lapd_officer_killed_during_training_exercise_was/ir63leo/

You advocating for more oversight is advocating for the current system, is my problem. Who do you think will oversee them? Where do you think that authority will come from?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 5, 2022 12:39:50
/r/offbeat/comments/xw9hno/lapd_officer_killed_during_training_exercise_was/ir60hnk/

Well let's start by firing everyone who's committed a crime or failed a psych eval. Let's include unprosecuted crimes that have been reported to the department but not sufficiently investigated.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 5, 2022 12:19:57
/r/offbeat/comments/xw9hno/lapd_officer_killed_during_training_exercise_was/ir5xrew/

But folks have been advocating for oversight since the 70s. Accountability is a myth under our current system. Reform isn't enough.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 5, 2022 12:02:08
/r/offbeat/comments/xw9hno/lapd_officer_killed_during_training_exercise_was/ir5v9o8/

>The system is broken, but we have to preserve the system! We need radical change. Both to policing and our legal system. Those changes *will* hurt. However nobody started a revolution because it was comfortable.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on October 5, 2022 11:46:03
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xvjkwj/are_you_paid_what_youre_worth_2022_annual_us/ir5b5g2/

I'm in LA and potentially looking for a new opportunity soon. Who's "we" and what kind of positions are you hiring for? Or feel free to DM me.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 5, 2022 09:25:30
/r/news/comments/xvioif/herschel_walker_paid_for_girlfriends_abortion/ir1zcgr/

That only tracks if one, you're a single issue voter, and 2, it never becomes politically expedient for the admittedly dishonest person you voted in, to change their position.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 4, 2022 15:15:58
/r/news/comments/xvioif/herschel_walker_paid_for_girlfriends_abortion/ir1xtuq/

So you think Hershel Walker is a hypocrite and a liar but it doesn't matter since it's in his political interest to vote against abortion? Is that your honest take here?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 4, 2022 15:06:35
/r/news/comments/xvioif/herschel_walker_paid_for_girlfriends_abortion/ir1qgfl/

Wow, that's a hell of a yarn you've woven. I'll try to answer your question without getting bogged down in the details. The short answer is that I wouldn't give someone the benefit of the doubt for saying they believe in the same thing as I do. I'd be more inclined to vote for the person who believes euthanasia should be legal, but has never done it's than the person who's done it, thinks it should *now* be illegal, but also that they should face no consequences for having already done it. It's the hypocrisy you see.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 4, 2022 14:20:39
/r/news/comments/xvioif/herschel_walker_paid_for_girlfriends_abortion/ir1mr23/

I'd vote for the person who says what they're advocating isn't murder over the person who insists it is, and that they maybe did it, and perhaps they paid for it to happen, but because they found Jesus they shouldn't get punished and also should be a senator a draw a 6 figure salary on the people's dime.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 4, 2022 13:57:11
/r/news/comments/xvioif/herschel_walker_paid_for_girlfriends_abortion/ir1jq4a/

If someone committed murder, insisted that they hadn't, and avoided punishment because of their athletic abilities, I would vote for literally anyone else.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 4, 2022 13:38:12
/r/news/comments/xvioif/herschel_walker_paid_for_girlfriends_abortion/ir1jk36/

Yeah but they don't like any of the things Jesus stood for. They just want him to be a vaguely ethnic masthead they can use to project their own beliefs.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 4, 2022 13:37:08
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xuz390/lawyer_for_lapd_officer_killed_during_training/ir0zsru/

"We've investigated ourselves and it turns.out, none of us did anything wrong!" There is a huge issue with use of force in American Police Departments. Pretending there isn't doesn't do your position any favors.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on October 4, 2022 11:31:57
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xuk94a/in_new_poll_challenger_robert_luna_has_lead_over/iqwzvk9/

That's fair. However, not every time you take a chance, will it be the right decision. That's okay as long as you can get the new person out, if they're unfit, and aren't afraid to change your position.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on October 3, 2022 14:36:06
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xuk94a/in_new_poll_challenger_robert_luna_has_lead_over/iqwv4td/

And that's fine. Better every election. Iterating on improvement is good.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on October 3, 2022 14:06:04
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xuk94a/in_new_poll_challenger_robert_luna_has_lead_over/iqwurnw/

I mean if you prop up a corrupt administration because they pander to you, then fuck you.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on October 3, 2022 14:03:45
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqrenhh/

There is a lot of well established research on how hunger and exhaustion impact combat readiness and performance. If a force is out of supplies even for a few days, then tries.to break out, then they will be at a very distinct disadvantage compared to a well fed force. If they *can't* break out then starvation is a significant motivator to surrender, especially if you're a conscript who doesn't really want to be there...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 2, 2022 11:36:04
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqoht11/

The occupying force has food. It's starve in place or run and get shelled. You know, a siege. They also could surrender and get fed.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 18:39:21
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnzd7c/

We are talking about the folks who haven't been deported or captured.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 16:22:07
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnz5yb/

That's not what we are talking about though.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 16:20:44
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnywh7/

Sure maybe they have folks who are indentured. Most of those folks, who are still Ukrainians, would rather get shelled than give in to the Russians.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 16:18:52
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnu7zj/

You're the one moving the goalposts and still trying to dogmatically apply some out of context Sun Tzu stuff.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 15:44:15
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqntk2b/

What are the goalposts? That this isn't a siege? That it's better to let troops retreat than force a surrender or inflict casualties as they try to withdraw? I don't think you know what you're arguing for anymore.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 15:39:19
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnstxo/

I guarantee the Ukrainians would rather a surrender than a slaughter, and I can absolutely promise you that despite that, they'll kill anyone trying to flee and regroup.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 15:33:59
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqns1qk/

So when the only way to leave is while under attack, that's called a siege...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 15:28:10
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnr248/

The Russians have already deported or killed any Ukrainians there, besides the defectors.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 15:20:56
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnqs4l/

That's called attacking. You do it when you're enemy is trying to retreat in good order. What you don't do is let them just, like, leave. That's called deduction of duty. I know you're trying really hard to make this a Sun Tzu thing, but the very best thing Ukrainians can do is kill Russians when possible, capture them when expedient, and otherwise never give them an ounce of respite, unless they surrender.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 15:18:55
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnpkg9/

Yeah but if you leave a route to escape then they can take their equipment too. Unless you're attacking that means of escape. In which case you're no longer leaving it open...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 15:10:13
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnoqjc/

So you wanna leave them a way out. But not their equipment. So you shell then while they're leaving z at which point none of them want to take that route. So now you've got an encircled population you're waiting out. How is that not a siege? You don't let them out unless it's on your terms, eg, as prisoners, or during a route. I'm no longer sure what you're arguing.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 15:04:06
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqno1ip/

Enemies who've fled with equipment are units you have to face later.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 14:59:05
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnnmk0/

You don't have to fight them. You let them starve until they are too weak to fight. You also offer meals to defectors and shell the shit out of any roads back towards Russia.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 14:56:03
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnibqo/

Neither does a starving man. You don't have to fight your enemy if you can wait them out.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 14:17:47
/r/news/comments/xswc4i/russia_withdraws_troops_after_ukraine_encircles/iqnhngw/

Or it's still an ongoing situation and it would be incredibly stupid to give away your position, strengths, potential weaknesses, etc in return for social media points. It's called OpSec.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on October 1, 2022 14:12:54
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xstwte/electricity_in_live_production/iqmti5n/

Ohms law and Watt's law, plus your cellphone calculator, or at it's most complex, an Excel spreadsheet is mostly all you need. Show power is just 3 phase power, so if you're unclear on what that is, the Wikipedia entry is honestly pretty great.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on October 1, 2022 11:23:01
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqfb9b7/

Okay dude. I dunno what you want from me anymore. Enjoy Houston.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 18:19:03
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqfao0y/

Sure but LA with a homeless crisis is still better than New Orleans with it's myriad of other current and looming crises, and it's possible to acknowledge and work on an issue without screaming that the sky is falling and turning every issue in to a doomsday prophecy.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 18:14:37
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqf9lcn/

The population is part of the issue. It's not fair to throw out a number like 70k unhoused without context. But yes homelessness is an issue here for sure. There are other issues here as well. They're just more palatable issues for me than the ones I was dealing with in the SE US. It's that simple. I can acknowledge the good things here, and not buy in to the doom and gloom over California without whitewashing the problems.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 18:06:38
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqf6tfb/

If you cared so much then why leave? Why not stay and try to make it better? I'm here now. I'm paying my taxes in. I volunteer my time at some organizations (though animal related, not homeless outreach). 70k unhoused is a staggering number, but LA county has a population of over 20 million, twice the population of the *whole state of Louisiana*. I also, again never said it was perfect, just that it was better than the SE US. But you do you.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 17:46:44
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqeypff/

Yah and the entire I-10 underpass is a makeshift homeless encounter in New Orleans. Miami, Tampa and Orlando have their fair share as well. Atlanta was actually the worst I'd seen in terms of aggressiveness of the homeless population. I'm not sure why you're so determined to make me like, not like LA. I've said several times it isn't perfect. I'm not trying to say it is. It's just not the bleak hell scape that conservatives want to make it out to be. It's a big city, with big city problems. The more Houston and other southern metros grow, the more of those big city problems *they* will have. However they don't have the robust social safety nets and infrastructure to deal with them, and because everyone there has a visceral aversion to taxes, there won't be *any* resources to deal with them. I was in Houston after Harvey. It was a cluster fuck. But nobody really fixed anything or changed anything. The next time there's a hurricane, Houston is going to get fucked again. The next time there's a cold snap, well nobody is investing in that infrastructure either. But I don't care that you like it there. If anything I'm glad you found a place you seem to fit. That's great. Why can't you just let me like SoCal more than I like the Southeast US?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 16:50:25
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqewow2/

Florida and New Orleans have huge homeless problems as well my guy. I'm not saying SoCal is perfect. I have plenty to criticize it for. It's just way better than the south. I get it. You left LA for reasons. I left the south for reasons as well. Everyone has things they're happy to put up with, and things that drive them crazy. It's a great thing everyone doesn't have to live in the same place y'know?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 16:37:06
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqevsz4/

Sure. That's fine. Louisiana literally has an area called "Cancer Alley". The only reason people know about the pollution in LA is because it's measured, recorded and advertised. If you started doing the same, with the same gusto in Houston or Dallas or Atlanta you'll have the same issues. It's not as if Houston is world renowned for it's green energy or public transportation. It's a sprawling suburbia where the average commute is 24 miles and that's nearly all done in single driver automobiles.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 16:31:14
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqevcwf/

Mhmm, and the average income in NOLA is about $26k. I was also pretty clear earlier that it may not be the same for every job. But also FWIW it's easier to be poor here than in the South. My car insurance went *down* by 45% when I moved here. And I wasn't always comfortable in the South. I spent a long time making $12/hr working overnights at a veterinary clinic, trying to make rent while I was going to school. Lots of folks there are literally taking the bus at 5am to get to a $8/hr job 40 hours a week. Oh with no social safety net, and a generally regressive tax scheme. SoCal isn't perfect, but in my experience it's head and shoulders above the SE US. I grew up there, and I can't be happier to have gotten out. I'm glad Houston is working out for you. You couldn't pay me enough to ever move back though.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 16:28:15
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqet7bq/

I'm in entertainment, surprise, but as a techie. I don't think you understand how low the wages are for non-degree holders in Southern states are. Even as a freelancer I was between 350-400/10 hour day in NOLA (sometimes less if it was something like Jazz Fest that everyone wanted to work) and the very baseline here is $800/8 hours.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 16:14:07
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqesrk9/

There's not much in LA proper that's not within a few miles of a freeway or major thoroughfare. And actually it's more expensive to be closer to the onramps, until you get up in to the hills where the lots are larger and the average income is higher.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 16:11:13
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqesfkq/

My higher wages here mean that as a percentage, my contribution stays the same but the absolute value of my investments is basically tripled. It's better to save here than in a low.coat of living area if you're just going to sock away a percentage of income.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 16:09:00
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqerry7/

Yeah that's fine, nobody is swimming in it, but the neighborhood is fine. Not far from the hills, 20 minutes from Burbank. Dog friendly, lots of shopping, restaurants and public spaces. Dog friendly, blah blah blah. It's just a regular pseudo-suburban neighborhood and not too far from the 101/134.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 16:04:37
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqerg14/

I make a little above average for my job title in the area but I'm slightly under titled as well. If you have 2 6 figure incomes in SoCal you can probably afford a mil. It is about $5k a month more or less.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 16:02:26
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqeqlba/

It's Sherman Oaks about 3 blocks off of Ventura by the LA River. I don't know what to tell you. It's just not quite as bad as lots of people are saying. Don't get me wrong, a mil for a 3k sq foot house is a lot, but given how much my wages went up, I could actually afford a million dollar mortgage whereas I wouldn't have been able to afford a 350k mortgage in NOLA.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:56:46
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqep6zp/

I was looking up asking prices for houses that were for sale in my neighborhood. It was literally the realtors site from the sign on the yard while I was walking my dog dude.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:47:30
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqeocag/

We clearly have had different experiences. I looked up some nice single family homes in my Sherman Oaks neighborhood and they were 900-1.1. a comparable house in uptown NOLA was closer to $350k-500. I'm glad Houston is working out for you. I was miserable and poorer in the South. I'm happier and more prosperous in SoCal. Like I said, I am not claiming it's perfect, however most of what I had heard before I came here was either cherry-picked for effect or gross hyperbole.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:41:48
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqemw42/

Prices have gotten high everywhere. At least everywhere anyone wants to live.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:32:12
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqemt1j/

It's about 3x compared to New Orleans as far as purchasing goes. You can buy cheaper there, sure, but then you may as well compare to IE here. A single family home in good condition in Sherman oaks is between 900k and a mil. In a comparable neighborhood in NOLA it's between 300 and 400k. But you're going to pay out the ass in insurance in NOLA, and the wage cap is much lower, and if you have kids then you also need to account for sending them to private school.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:31:38
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqelu6i/

I make 3 times here what I made in New Orleans. It may not be true for every job, but higher wages in SoCal more than offset the higher cost of living for me.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:25:10
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqeloh5/

It's closer to 2x cost of living. I'm not saying it's perfect, but in my experience it's dramatically and noticeably better.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:24:08
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqekrbs/

The Hurricanes aren't getting any less rare, or less severe, the heat in the South was dramatically worse to bare than here, and it's not like sea level is going down why time soon my friend.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:18:07
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqekl2e/

So if you have a household income above 200k in an area where median incomes are closer to 40k then you're set! Got it! But if you made 400k in SoCal that's worse. Sure.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:16:57
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqeka22/

Meh, I had between 1 and 3 hurricanes a year in the South. I frequently went without power, and it was always a regional disaster. I've been here a year now and my power went out once when the heat waves were first kicking up this summer, for about an hour. SoCal isn't perfect, but as far as infrastructure and services go it's got the south beat by a mile.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 15:14:57
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqef2et/

Presumably guys who have a chloaca kink.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 14:40:39
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqeez7q/

That's what makes it a grift.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 14:40:03
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqeexnb/

My wages were 1/3 of what they are here too. The cheap cost of living in the South is a bit of a myth. Unless you have to claim capitol gains. Then who cares about an extra $200/mo in power.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 14:39:45
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqeakqk/

Have you ever considered being a land developer in Florida? If you love coked out lobsters and hate mangroves and the environment in general then this could be your future!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 14:11:37
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqe6mdb/

That was the last one I had to deal with before moving to California. Entergy is such a fucking grift. My power bill in L.A. is cheaper than it was in La.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 13:45:48
/r/news/comments/xr3dd3/people_trapped_2m_without_power_after_ian_swamps/iqe622k/

I think you mean lobster hookers, blow, and more blow.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 29, 2022 13:42:09
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/xraemf/where_to_get_brake_pads_replaced/iqdpsb4/

Hey! I'm a video guy and I also do my own brakes, though I have a Nissan. Not sure if we should be best of friends, or mortal enemies.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 29, 2022 11:55:02
/r/news/comments/xqhkl6/selfproclaimed_incel_who_targeted_women_posted/iqatl3z/

No, it's also about grooming and a bunch of other things that you could absolutely do perfectly and *still* get rejected through no fault of your own. Like I said, if you reflect on your actions and legitimately did something wrong, that's fine, but internalizing every rejection as your own fault is just not healthy. You can be rejected for reasons that have nothing to do with you at all. Or for reasons that *are* about you, but for which you have no control over.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 28, 2022 19:21:26
/r/news/comments/xqhkl6/selfproclaimed_incel_who_targeted_women_posted/iqat52m/

Believing that you could get a date with anyone if only you tried harder or did better is not healthy. If you reflect on your actions and legitimately made a feaux pax then fine. But every rejection is not an indictment of your personality. Sometimes people just don't click, and that's totally okay.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 28, 2022 19:18:07
/r/news/comments/xqhkl6/selfproclaimed_incel_who_targeted_women_posted/iqasm4o/

>if you get turned down, it’s ALWAYS your fault That's not at *all* true. It's often *nobody's* fault. Sometimes people just don't have chemistry, or aren't that person's type, or the person you're approaching just isn't interested in a romantic interaction. I don't think internalizing blame is healthy either. It *may* be something that you did, but it's just as likely a result of a random and uncaring universe. The best thing you can do is just let it go and move on.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 28, 2022 19:14:04
/r/todayilearned/comments/xqbiea/til_of_a_plane_who_made_a_forced_landing_on_a/iqa8taq/

I'll finance, but only if it's an adult film.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on September 28, 2022 16:49:37
/r/HotPeppers/comments/xqcpfs/for_beginners_struggling_try_baccatums/iq94nb6/

Shout out to Brazilian starfish. Prolific, hot, and tasty.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/HotPeppers on September 28, 2022 12:29:22
/r/Cooking/comments/xpxtgz/unpopular_cooking_thoughts/iq90j0h/

It's just a hassle dealing with the oil. Even if you pan fry in cast iron there's a ton of it to deal with. I think I'm ultimately going to get a deep fryer and put it outside by the grill but in the mean time if I can't shallow fry it (like katsu) then I probably won't be making it.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 28, 2022 12:02:33
/r/Cooking/comments/xpxtgz/unpopular_cooking_thoughts/iq9022d/

Brothers FTW. I used to live less than a block from one in Gretna. It was terrible for my waistline.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 28, 2022 11:59:31
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xq1ag0/la_supervisors_vote_to_explore_creating_locked/iq8qw5m/

It's not a perfect plan, no such thing exists. However it may help a lot of the more out of touch unhoused people, and frankly provide some relief to the communities. What we can't do is let this turn in to a place LAPD shuttles anyone that bothers them off to, and it can't simply be a warehouse for the difficult to manage. It will be a tough balancing act for sure.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on September 28, 2022 10:58:51
/r/Games/comments/xpexkm/phasmophobia_apocalypse_major_update_v0700/iq5vcrt/

Yes and no. Some things can be claimed as fair use no matter *who* owns the original work.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on September 27, 2022 18:16:03
/r/CommercialAV/comments/xpnms4/how_do_you_approach_short_term_repairs_when/iq5o1m0/

It's a long time for the house staff, is what I meant. Not so long from an integration and commissioning perspective.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 27, 2022 17:25:02
/r/CommercialAV/comments/xpnms4/how_do_you_approach_short_term_repairs_when/iq5gwpo/

A year and a half is a long time. If it's not super cost prohibitive I would err on making the in-house staff happy and trying to recoup some costs on the used equipment after the fact.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 27, 2022 16:38:13
/r/UkrainianConflict/comments/xhktnf/for_the_first_time_ever_the_most_advanced_russian/iq48s2l/

That's partially because they made so few F-22's. The per unit cost goes down when you make more units. They just didn't want to export them for obvious reasons.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/UkrainianConflict on September 27, 2022 11:54:57
/r/nottheonion/comments/xos8bg/2nd_grader_was_instructed_to_send_picture_of_you/iq1fjbt/

The Southern Baptists are currently embroiled in a huge sex abuse scandal involving pedophilia, gaslighting and cover ups. They're incredible corrupt and have been for a long time, even if the exact reasons for being under scrutiny have changed. Let's also not pretend that any church which condoned slavery is a great moral example. Jesus would take one step in to their convention and start flipping tables.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on September 26, 2022 19:51:33
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xnqlzk/la_community_college_students_can_ride_metro_for/iq11u5s/

I think community college students (especially CC students) are investments and if we need to we can find money elsewhere to increase the budget. Or perhaps axe one dead-weight administrator. If it's important we can find the money. The fact that it only takes a million dollar grant to make it happen shows how trivially easy it actually should be.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on September 26, 2022 18:09:27
/r/Cooking/comments/xo88x4/my_boyfriend_always_leaves_food_out_overnight_and/iq0lord/

Why are you so upset about down votes if they don't matter? Why is it so important that you be right, instead of acknowledging that someone is made uncomfortable by a practice that would take near zero effort to change? If it was your own food, or just OP's partner's good, I don't think anyone would care. But half of the people expected to eat it have a problem with how it's handled. That should be enough.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 26, 2022 16:22:43
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xnqlzk/la_community_college_students_can_ride_metro_for/iq0l4cf/

It already does. That's the thing. Public transportation is already funded, and giving it away, as a matter of policy, to community college students should be the default, not something temporarily funded with a grant. That grant money had to come from somewhere too...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on September 26, 2022 16:19:10
/r/Baking/comments/xodoji/my_mom_stretching_the_dough_for_pie_burek/iq07055/

Wait so a whole table full of dough makes 2 rounds?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Baking on September 26, 2022 14:48:42
/r/CommercialAV/comments/xn374d/when_is_it_necessary_to_use_large_venue/iq06sh8/

Yeah that sounds about right. Those are also the gigs where I never pack up more than my station and never push a single case. If you're going to run me through the ringer making bullshit look professional, then it's on you to figure out the strike. By that point my brain, and nerves, are already fried. Folks like that are why I have so many oddball clauses in my labor agreement.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 26, 2022 14:47:20
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xnqlzk/la_community_college_students_can_ride_metro_for/ipzxsz5/

It's a public service, presumably funded at least in part by taxes.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on September 26, 2022 13:49:44
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xnqlzk/la_community_college_students_can_ride_metro_for/ipzn979/

Does it though? College students shouldn't be on the hook for public transportation by default. Fund it however you like I suppose but even in places with much *worse* public trans, a college ID usually entitles you to ride for free. Same with the disabled, and in some places veterans.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on September 26, 2022 12:41:49
/r/Cooking/comments/xo88x4/my_boyfriend_always_leaves_food_out_overnight_and/ipyy22t/

I would honestly hope the simple argument of "it takes no effort and makes me feel safer" would suffice.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 26, 2022 09:51:48
/r/Cooking/comments/xo88x4/my_boyfriend_always_leaves_food_out_overnight_and/ipyxiix/

If it bothered your partner would you change that one bit of behavior? That's the real question here isn't it? If you knowingly dug your heels in and refused to take a minor action that cost you nothing and made someone else who is also eating said meal feel safer, would you just ignore that?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 26, 2022 09:47:42
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xnqlzk/la_community_college_students_can_ride_metro_for/ipwfl1y/

Well not if they want to live, according to you.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on September 25, 2022 18:44:23
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xnqlzk/la_community_college_students_can_ride_metro_for/ipwfeq4/

There are a lot of crazies on the road too. I once flashed my lights at someone who was stopped at a green light and they flashed and they flashed a gun and asked if I had a problem. It's not quite as cut and dry as you make it out to be.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on September 25, 2022 18:43:04
/r/LosAngeles/comments/xnqlzk/la_community_college_students_can_ride_metro_for/ipwf15z/

I don't understand why it takes a grant to let college students ride free.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on September 25, 2022 18:40:17
/r/nottheonion/comments/xnunqw/msnbc_panelist_slams_lindsey_graham_on_abortion/ipw0bwo/

This is where it *actually* gets somewhat nuanced. The South seceded and went to war to preserve slavery. The North went to war to preserve the union, and at some later point emancipation became part of the mission (though not everyone in the north was thrilled about that). You don't have to make the Union abolitionist heroes for the South to make themselves slaver villains.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on September 25, 2022 16:56:12
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipt1mm2/

Well said. You've really enlightened me on your position and given me much to consider.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 25, 2022 01:20:47
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipt11bb/

So tell me which parts I've gotten wrong instead of getting defensive and taking this otherwise civil conversation down a nasty path?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 25, 2022 01:13:52
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipt0n6c/

I just assume you don't want the cost of produce, construction and a bunch of other low skill industries to skyrocket.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 25, 2022 01:09:14
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipt0l4p/

Sure. Just as soon as you get 10 Republican senators to vote for it. No problem. You talk to your peeps and I'll talk to mine.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 25, 2022 01:08:35
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipt082v/

No I'm assuming they don't, but that their more extreme policies will be unpopular with your average swing voter. Kinda like Roe. Plays well with the base, but drastically unpopular with your average swing voter.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 25, 2022 01:04:23
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipt03jw/

Oh. Well that's not what this conversation was about but fine. Let's have comprehensive immigration reform. Most of these folks don't want to come for citizenship, they wanna come to work. So make it easy to come in, connect them with the farmers and contractors who need that kind of labor, and tax their income like normal. Done.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 25, 2022 01:02:55
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipszlgs/

The ones being bussed are asylum seekers who are already in the system and have court dates.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 25, 2022 00:57:22
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipszib1/

The ones they're bussing aren't. The vast majority of folks coming over? Probably. Just lobby your state to punish businesses that hire illegals and the problem will go away. They don't want to do that, and you probably don't want them to do that either.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 25, 2022 00:56:23
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipswmrb/

I think it's just a "know your audience" moment. It's also not something he would ever have been able to do with a Texas legislature, so it was an unforced error. I am for reasonable gun control but it's a losing position. Democrats should stop talking about it, and also should probably educate themselves about the basic nomenclature if they insist. Calling a magazine a clip will derail the entire conversation immediately.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 25, 2022 00:25:19
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipstgpr/

>It's working It's not though. Everywhere these busses show up, these immigrants seem to get treated with compassion and humanity. The DeSantis maneuver was a shitty thing to do, as they were essentially lied to, but for anyone who doesn't have a visceral xenophobia, this is not a good look. All it's showing is that social safety nets work, and that conservatives don't care if they "go through the system and do it legally." It'll play well with the people who were already going to vote for them, and not so well with anyone who has half a heart, or half a brain.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 24, 2022 23:52:33
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipssxw5/

They aren't illegal. They followed the process to apply for asylum and are now waiting on court dates and hearings and etc. If you really had a problem with illegals you'd make it a felony to hire them and make any business that does so knowingly shut down and liquidate their assets. But the economy would come crashing down if we did that. They know it too. They're just beating the drum of xenophobia. It's nothing new.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 24, 2022 23:47:23
/r/news/comments/xn6bpu/more_than_1k_migrants_bused_to_chicago_area_by/ipssmh6/

It's probably good for Abbott, and Beto probably never had a chance after the "we're coming for your AR" gaffe. However nationally this is probably helping Democrats with swing voters. Not only have they generally handled it well (and put their money where their mouth is by welcoming refugees) but tricking vulnerable families and children in to going somewhere unexpected doesn't play well with anyone who has a conscience. It also doesn't help that these folks aren't actually illegal. They *are* going through the process. This is meat for the base but it's going to hurt them in close races, IMO.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 24, 2022 23:44:13
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/xmwj2w/why_is_there_a_dialysisrelated_proposition_every/ipsicsx/

This prop requires a doctor, nurse practitioner, or physicians assistant. Is that unreasonable? I don't honestly know.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 24, 2022 22:09:38
/r/CommercialAV/comments/xn374d/when_is_it_necessary_to_use_large_venue/ipsg63m/

>I've seen NEC NP-PX750U stacks outperform big 20k Barcos, There are diminishing returns on stacking projectors, plus added complexity. Stacked meeting room projectors will never be able to compete with large venue laser projectors. I'd take a single 10k laser Panasonic (or Barco or Christie or whatever) over any amount of stacked meeting room projectors. Sometimes all it takes is a dishwasher or air conditioner to kick on the ruin your convergence.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 24, 2022 21:50:40
/r/CommercialAV/comments/xn374d/when_is_it_necessary_to_use_large_venue/ipsfmcy/

>At some level, freelancers will expect a certain level of gear. If they like you and know you, then they will put up with more shit. I find the production companies that cheap out on gear and make my life a pain in the ass also tend to try to cheap out on techs and leads. Every time I walk in to home made road cases, or little meeting room projectors, or whatever I know I'm in for a bad time. It's a penny-wise dollar-foolish mentality. By the time you're paying me $170/hr in overtime to hodge podge some bullshit together it often would have been cheaper, and made you look better to the client, to just rent or buy the right gear.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 24, 2022 21:45:53
/r/technology/comments/xlxr1r/google_ceo_pichai_tells_employees_not_to_equate/ippwtib/

I just don't think the world should be run by folks with MBA's. Also for what it's worth there are plenty of experts who *are* great leaders. It would be trivial to include leadership in the curriculum. It's how military officers are often trained: educated as a subject matter expert but also taught about things like leadership, morale, cohesion, etc. That doesn't necessarily mean every SME would then become a great leader, but they don't all have to be. Just enough. As it stands it's a bunch of business and finance bros, and I hate to break it to you, but there are quite a few companies run by poor leaders who succeed in spite of that.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 24, 2022 10:20:02
/r/technology/comments/xm5y9u/americas_false_idols_todays_tech_billionaires/ipnyap1/

IIRC there wasn't much of a story. It was basically '"larger than life architect" gives self-aggrandizing monologue about how nobody understands his greatness'. Plus like a horrible caricature of a socialist that eventually gets shit on with one of the aforementioned monologues. And also there was some rape.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 23, 2022 21:09:44
/r/gadgets/comments/xlz8rc/amd_cuts_gpu_prices_at_the_right_time_to_pull/ipnd2dl/

You can just Google "Nvidia driver issue" and see that it's not uncommon for some cards to have lingering driver issues. AMD isn't unique in having them, and Nvidia has had their fair share.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gadgets on September 23, 2022 18:14:52
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xlkmsm/action_shot_from_the_video_booth/ipn4v89/

That's because churches are tax exempt businesses.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 23, 2022 17:13:13
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xlkmsm/action_shot_from_the_video_booth/ipn4j6q/

It's fine. Jesus of the Bible was well known for large production budgets, and notoriously loved pomp and circumstance. That's why he flipped the money changers tables: they weren't on brand.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 23, 2022 17:10:43
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xlkmsm/action_shot_from_the_video_booth/ipn45lr/

How many meals for the homeless can you but with 1 jib rental?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 23, 2022 17:07:52
/r/gadgets/comments/xlz8rc/amd_cuts_gpu_prices_at_the_right_time_to_pull/ipn1dg7/

You know, Nvidia had shitty drivers over the last decade too?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gadgets on September 23, 2022 16:47:28
/r/technology/comments/xlxr1r/google_ceo_pichai_tells_employees_not_to_equate/ipmxn87/

Maybe those experts they are consulting should just make the decisions...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 23, 2022 16:20:23
/r/nolagardening/comments/xm3mw1/plant_sale_and_fundraiser_for_puerto_rico/ipmjagt/

Thank you! And thank you for taking the time and effort!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nolagardening on September 23, 2022 14:33:18
/r/technology/comments/xlxr1r/google_ceo_pichai_tells_employees_not_to_equate/ipmipo2/

Going 2 miles for food is called "taking lunch".

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 23, 2022 14:29:02
/r/nolagardening/comments/xm3mw1/plant_sale_and_fundraiser_for_puerto_rico/ipmibr7/

Can you add a link to the appropriate charities in the comments please? Lots of folks won't go donate based simply on ease of access.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nolagardening on September 23, 2022 14:26:11
/r/AskBaking/comments/xlw8uy/huge_batch_of_failed_honey_cake_any_idea_what_to/ipmhw37/

Dehydrate it to the point of being a cracker, then crumble and use as you would graham crackers in a pie crust.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on September 23, 2022 14:22:59
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/xlyjvs/my_local_library_has_a_library_of_things_for/ipmha3g/

Oh. Are you talking about the ones that looks ok like two clam shells on broomsticks?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on September 23, 2022 14:18:35
/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/xlyjvs/my_local_library_has_a_library_of_things_for/ipm1y81/

You know, you can rent them for like $30/day.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/mildlyinteresting on September 23, 2022 12:26:40
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xj5qnw/ranting_about_ms_teams_and_ndi_using_apple_silicon/iplsyle/

Livestream content is compressed. If you need an uncompressed signal 2110 is the way to go. NDI has lots of use cases, for sure, but it's not the be-all, end-all of video over IP. It's best served in places where fidelity isn't that big of an issue.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 23, 2022 11:19:37
/r/gadgets/comments/xlz8rc/amd_cuts_gpu_prices_at_the_right_time_to_pull/iplqbvh/

I have never noticed a performance difference between AMD and Intel/Nvidia with just a few niche exceptions. For my purposes, the 9% improvement on benchmarks makes no difference whatsoever.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gadgets on September 23, 2022 10:59:22
/r/Games/comments/xjbnbg/introducing_the_nvidia_geforce_rtx_4090_an/ipb1nh9/

Netflix and Amazon shoot a lot in Hollywood now and trend towards cheaper productions.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on September 21, 2022 04:32:35
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xj5qnw/ranting_about_ms_teams_and_ndi_using_apple_silicon/ip9crt9/

You appear to be correct. It's royalty free but developed by NewTek.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 20, 2022 19:08:52
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xj5qnw/ranting_about_ms_teams_and_ndi_using_apple_silicon/ip914u9/

SDI has serious limitations as well. Most new large venues and broadcast houses are going ST 2110. AVoIP is happening. Get your CCNA if you want to be a video engineer 10 years from now.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 20, 2022 17:45:43
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xj5qnw/ranting_about_ms_teams_and_ndi_using_apple_silicon/ip90fpp/

2110 is legit.but NDI has a few fatal flaws. It's fine for streaming or prosumer applications. NDI is not suitable in many professional environments.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 20, 2022 17:40:56
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xj5qnw/ranting_about_ms_teams_and_ndi_using_apple_silicon/ip90akk/

Sdi and CAT cables are all just copper. I've seen plenty of poorly designed and implemented SDI systems but by people whom didn't understand the technology.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 20, 2022 17:39:59
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xj5qnw/ranting_about_ms_teams_and_ndi_using_apple_silicon/ip905q0/

NewTek does not own NDI. It's an open standard, though there are things formit that NewTek has developed that are wholly theirs.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 20, 2022 17:39:04
/r/AskBaking/comments/xjbpx5/tangzhong_with_scalded_milk/ip8zqgi/

The point of the tangzhong is to gelatinize the starches. Presumably if you hear flour in the presence of liquid you'll be fine. It's really a matter of the flavor of the scalded milk.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskBaking on September 20, 2022 17:36:14
/r/gaming/comments/xj8f7g/star_citizen_passes_half_billion_dollars_funding/ip8z0yb/

I enjoyed it a lot but I haven't played in many years. I'd bet a couple of ambitious design and programming undergrads could make a reboot that's amazing with just a bit of GFX and gameplay updates.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on September 20, 2022 17:31:22
/r/gaming/comments/xj8f7g/star_citizen_passes_half_billion_dollars_funding/ip8vkxo/

If you are playing a space sim on minimum graphics, well, you should just go play Wing Commander.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/gaming on September 20, 2022 17:07:59
/r/Games/comments/xjbnbg/introducing_the_nvidia_geforce_rtx_4090_an/ip8s7fn/

8k is great for capture. Most high end Red cameras these days are 8k. It's less great for display. Or rather, less necessary.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on September 20, 2022 16:46:05
/r/Games/comments/xjbnbg/introducing_the_nvidia_geforce_rtx_4090_an/ip8s2vh/

I think most digital films are shot on reds or BMD at 8+ k these days. Black Magic (not my favorite manufacturer but...) Has a 12k camera that's totally usable, and Red has already announced the Raptor which is 8k@120.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Games on September 20, 2022 16:45:17
/r/worldnews/comments/xjf4rk/putin_about_to_address_nation_for_first_time/ip8knpy/

I think it's more that he can then use conscripts to pursue the war. Once those territories are annexed he no longer needs mass mobilization to zerg the national reserves in. I just don't think it would work as well as he is expecting.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/worldnews on September 20, 2022 15:57:52
/r/todayilearned/comments/xik8yr/til_that_there_were_many_southern_unionists/ip5meyg/

Sure. He was gracious in that defeat. But then everyone defied him and now he's a central pillar to the lost cause mythology. He was a wealthy aristocrat who went to war for his own interests and lost. He was a decent general, above average on the defense and abysmal on the offense. He also owned humans as property and beat the shit out of them for profit. Let's stop fellating the guy for surrendering gracefully when the jig was already up.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on September 20, 2022 00:18:25
/r/todayilearned/comments/xik8yr/til_that_there_were_many_southern_unionists/ip5fb43/

It's a mixed bag. Lee *chose* Virginia and a lot of Southern officers and enlisted chose the union. Let's not give Lee a pass. He was a brutal taskmaster and a slave driver for his wife's families plantation. He (likely) chose slavery and slave states due to a combination of religious zealotry and financial incentives. It is what it is, product of his time and all, but let's stop sucking Lee's dick because he didn't get any demerits at West Point and was a competent artillery officer.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/todayilearned on September 19, 2022 23:09:13
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xiiomp/any_way_to_get_around_youtubes_overcompression/ip5dlvw/

If you're doing anything streaming or even just over a LAN you should have a laptop around. It, frankly, should already be plugged in to your switcher either way if for no other reason than config and control. I get the appeal of one box solutions, but BMD doesn't make many decent one box solutions.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 19, 2022 22:54:47
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xiiomp/any_way_to_get_around_youtubes_overcompression/ip439h5/

It may be worth it to use a laptop as a separate encoder if bumping to a higher bandwidth fixes your compression issues. Sort of defeats the purpose of having a Pro, but you know...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 19, 2022 17:00:12
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xiiomp/any_way_to_get_around_youtubes_overcompression/ip3dbj8/

Try streaming in 4k? I know on the video side they use a different algorithm for 4k vs HD.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 19, 2022 14:03:13
/r/explainlikeimfive/comments/xhc2zi/eli5_why_do_divers_jump_backwards_from_boats_when/ioysw72/

I used to work on a dive boat. I've definitely seen some people confuse "giant stride" for "timid hop" and bang the bottom of their tank on the deck on the way down.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/explainlikeimfive on September 18, 2022 15:24:48
/r/nottheonion/comments/xh8vim/migrant_buses_dropped_off_by_texas_near_vp_harris/ioxf8ez/

Taco Bell around here is paying $20/hr to start and $25 to start as a supervisor.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on September 18, 2022 10:04:34
/r/Cooking/comments/xgmosn/what_would_you_cook_for_husband_and_pals_who_are/iox14l1/

Texas is not the only place where chili is made.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 18, 2022 08:11:18
/r/offbeat/comments/xh132x/a_georgia_woman_found_over_500_in_her_kfc/iowynkt/

Smart people get things wrong all the time. Just because someone has produced great works doesn't mean everything they say is true, or even has a basis in reality. I agree with you, there are plenty of rich sociopaths who die in comfort surrounded by their family and vast wealth, with not a single thought of regret.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on September 18, 2022 07:47:58
/r/Broadcasting/comments/xgychf/about_to_be_the_only_weekend_director/ioveun1/

But folks who need to make a living could make more if you didn't settle for "I don't actually need a job" wages.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Broadcasting on September 17, 2022 21:46:50
/r/Broadcasting/comments/xgychf/about_to_be_the_only_weekend_director/iov6fjo/

If you are working for cheap you are bringing the rates down for everyone.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Broadcasting on September 17, 2022 20:40:23
/r/news/comments/xa1pg3/men_convicted_of_plotting_to_kidnap_michigan/iov583a/

Honest question, and no judgement intended, but why did you have such a strong opinion on something you were knowingly uninformed about?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 17, 2022 20:30:56
/r/Broadcasting/comments/xgychf/about_to_be_the_only_weekend_director/iov51zo/

Time to ask for a raise, from the sounds of things...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Broadcasting on September 17, 2022 20:29:37
/r/kayakfishing/comments/xgv2qh/san_diego_bay_morning_sesh/iov1cbb/

I am in LA and would love to know what you're doing to catch flatfish. I don't have a yak anymore though.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/kayakfishing on September 17, 2022 20:00:18
/r/nottheonion/comments/xgagc3/iowa_teen_ordered_to_pay_her_alleged_rapists/iosggf6/

It's using prosecutorial discretion. I think most folks agree that if someone is trafficking you and you kill them, that's a wildly different situation than rounding up a posse, or roleplaying Batman.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on September 17, 2022 08:40:23
/r/nottheonion/comments/xgagc3/iowa_teen_ordered_to_pay_her_alleged_rapists/ios8572/

They could have just investigated the victim, verified her claims, and declined to prosecute.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on September 17, 2022 07:13:31
/r/offbeat/comments/xf0hkq/chinese_parents_sue_daughter_they_abandoned_for/iolyym0/

If it doesn't apply to you then why are you so salty about it?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/offbeat on September 15, 2022 21:35:10
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/xdyogh/does_anyone_know_what_software_theyre_using_in/iogs5ys/

It also appears to be working. A dead giveaway.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 14, 2022 20:05:31
/r/Cooking/comments/xdxvd4/my_wife_thought_drippings_from_baked_chicken_was/iogrguh/

Yeah I reduce it and keep it in the freezer for pan sauces and whatnot, but if I have enough I'll definitely make a pot of soup or a pot pie with a huge dose of concentrated chicken stock.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 14, 2022 20:00:11
/r/technology/comments/xanfta/after_spreading_misinformation_online/inv4phf/

Good thing performing a voluntary abortion isn't malpractice...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 10, 2022 11:16:22
/r/news/comments/xa1pg3/men_convicted_of_plotting_to_kidnap_michigan/insktbd/

They didn't fabricate anything. Someone narced to the FBI and then kept doing basically what they would have been doing anyway.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 9, 2022 19:51:27
/r/news/comments/xa1pg3/men_convicted_of_plotting_to_kidnap_michigan/insceki/

>or informant whoever the fuck, So that's an important distinction. It wasn't like the FBI when after these folks,.one of their cohorts went to the FBI. >two have been acquitted because of that No two have been aquitted because they were sympathetic enough to get past a MAGA jury. That should tell you something about the other 2...

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 9, 2022 18:46:04
/r/news/comments/xa1pg3/men_convicted_of_plotting_to_kidnap_michigan/ins98o3/

Ah, I see. We don't hold dumb people accountable. Does that also mean we don't have to sell guns to dumb people? Or let them open carry?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 9, 2022 18:22:41
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x9wsl9/ndi_vs_dante_av/inrbtkl/

That's the thing. There are a lot of smaller, lower budget places where NDI makes sense. But I guess sticking with NewTek, I feel the same way about the TriCaster. It only makes sense if you can't afford the real deal, and don't actually need a professional product.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 9, 2022 14:31:13
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x9wsl9/ndi_vs_dante_av/inr90i9/

My 2 biggest issues with NDI are lack of sync and shitty color. So pretty big issues I guess.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 9, 2022 14:12:16
/r/news/comments/x9rcrb/elon_musk_258_billion_dogecoin_lawsuit_expands/inr6ojk/

I already hate microtransactions. Why are they better with BTC?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 9, 2022 13:56:39
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x9wsl9/ndi_vs_dante_av/inr2ozk/

Even then I think the Audinate folks underestimated the difference in bandwidth and processing between uncompress audio and uncompressed video. 8 channels of audio on a 2110 stream is a footnote compared to streaming a 4k signal. Or even just HD frankly.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 9, 2022 13:30:33
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x9wsl9/ndi_vs_dante_av/inr20in/

JPEG 2000 is already old hat. JPEG XS is the new standard, so Dante is behind before their product hits market. I think they bit off more than they could chew to be honest.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 9, 2022 13:26:06
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x9wsl9/ndi_vs_dante_av/inqz883/

That's the thing, I haven't. Every time I've tried to do a shootout it's never been ready.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 9, 2022 13:07:46
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x9wsl9/ndi_vs_dante_av/inqq5ap/

Lemme know next time you're in SoCal, I'll bring you by the studio!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 9, 2022 12:08:04
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x9wsl9/ndi_vs_dante_av/inqnnbe/

You can absolutely do site to site but you probably need a colo and to have ownership of between the site pipes. Maybe not ownership, at least control.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 9, 2022 11:51:34
/r/news/comments/x9rcrb/elon_musk_258_billion_dogecoin_lawsuit_expands/inqng3s/

There's a few hundred thousand, maybe a few million, out of billions. BTC is still not widely accepted. If it's your only currency, you're hosed almost no matter where you go.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 9, 2022 11:50:16
/r/news/comments/x9rcrb/elon_musk_258_billion_dogecoin_lawsuit_expands/inqko7w/

How do you pay for a fraction of an article on a news site?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 9, 2022 11:31:53
/r/news/comments/x9rcrb/elon_musk_258_billion_dogecoin_lawsuit_expands/inqkjfa/

You're still paying a 3rd party to process it though. There's no grocery I know of that will let me tap my phone and pay in BTC.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 9, 2022 11:30:59
/r/news/comments/x9rcrb/elon_musk_258_billion_dogecoin_lawsuit_expands/inqkaee/

>Still not seeing how this solved any problem that hasn’t already been solved in a less shitty way. This is the biggest issue with crypto. It's expensive and has already been solved. Even if the transfer is free the conversion from crypto to spendable money is not. It's always gonna cost something and someone is always gonna get their cut. I've never seen a gas station where I could pay in BTC, let alone DOGE.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 9, 2022 11:29:20
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x9wsl9/ndi_vs_dante_av/inqj9ol/

ST 2110. Dante video is a joke. NDI is prosumer. It really depends.on what you need, NDI can be totally fine, but if you need high quality uncompress video and you have a budget for networking and bandwidth, then 2110 is the way to go.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 9, 2022 11:22:34
/r/nottheonion/comments/x9cv76/a_canadian_citizenship_ceremony_was_delayed_after/inox6o3/

Not about war. It would be about trade. Just like the UK and Brexit. Your negotiation position shrinks rapidly when you carve yourself down.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/nottheonion on September 9, 2022 01:35:04
/r/Blacksmith/comments/x9g9we/the_sujihiki_flesh_slicer_is_finish/inop5sz/

I really like the shape of that blade. It's got a lot of chopper, but also a nice point. Very lovely. Do you ever do anything like a Chinese style cleaver? I've been looking for a thin profile with a flat blade but haven't been happy with that I see.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Blacksmith on September 9, 2022 00:12:45
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/x9btdc/whats_up_with_black_twitter_celebrating_queen/ino5qma/

You think someone groomed as a teenager can consent to be sex trafficked? You're saying the psychological harm she obviously suffered is what's fake? Not as big of a deal? I don't get the take here. It doesn't really matter. A vulnerable minor was groomed and taken advantage of for the purpose of sexual exploitation. Why does it matter if she was 10, or 15?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on September 8, 2022 21:41:27
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/x9btdc/whats_up_with_black_twitter_celebrating_queen/innve1u/

>Nuance is important Which is why her being trafficked is important and this is a stupid point to make.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on September 8, 2022 20:26:33
/r/news/comments/x99buq/utah_rep_told_mormon_bishop_not_to_report_abuse/innoxyx/

Also worth noting: > Arizona’s child sex abuse reporting law grants blanket legal immunity to anyone reporting child sex abuse or neglect. It was a fucking lie.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 8, 2022 19:38:20
/r/funny/comments/x9akfd/my_broder_wipes_his_dogs_asshole_every_time_they/innn95n/

Their wild cousins absolutely have anal gland problems from time to time. They just don't have hyper attentive humans to take them to the vet, so instead they get infected, abscess, and die. Source: Used to work at wildlife rescue, and was a vet tech for over a decade.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on September 8, 2022 19:25:41
/r/funny/comments/x9akfd/my_broder_wipes_his_dogs_asshole_every_time_they/innmx83/

What about the reverse shot?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/funny on September 8, 2022 19:23:15
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x7pfam/hiring_toc_streaming_operator_los_angeles/inn8fbr/

They're posting it here for a reason, right? I sent this to a stagehand friend of mine who was looking for something more 9-5 and their response was "I'm not taking that big of a paycut." I think they're way off on their comps personally. I've been looking at potentially making a change but even the jobs I turned down outright were offering 150k+ bonus and bennies in LA. Anyone you're getting for $30/hour is gonna be entry level in need of training or not very good and desperate. Also full stack devs here are 200-250+ all day long. They need to stop looking at Glassdoor.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 8, 2022 17:42:11
/r/LosAngeles/comments/x98iqe/heavy_rain_to_hit_los_angeles_california_on/inn5vn4/

I swear. I just moved from New Orleans and the Hurricanes are following me.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/LosAngeles on September 8, 2022 17:25:20
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x8a4zq/progressivetointerlaced_converter/inj4kpk/

Yeah they took away a lot of options on newer machines and OS's. Used to be all you had to do was Option-click.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 7, 2022 21:17:24
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x7pfam/hiring_toc_streaming_operator_los_angeles/iniip83/

I'm a fairly junior media server op making about $170, and up for a raise and promotion. In another market I'd make less, for sure, but since I have to live in L.A. there's a premium. But even as a lancer in a smaller market I was around $150, though I didn't get benefits. You need to stop looking at the salary sites and look at what it actually costs to recruit someone like this. Consider that someone of this level is roughly equivalent to a CCNA, plus some additional specific knowledge,and go from there. CCNA in LA is a minimum 6 figure gig.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 7, 2022 18:38:11
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x7pfam/hiring_toc_streaming_operator_los_angeles/inig4sv/

I'm 170/yr for a fairly junior media server op position. Nobody with these qualifications is gonna take $68/yr.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 7, 2022 18:20:27
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x7pfam/hiring_toc_streaming_operator_los_angeles/inifwlx/

I mean no matter how you oarse it lancers are going to make more. In LA it's about 850/day for the skill set you're looking for. Even with bennies that's a huge leap from $33/hr at the top.ofmyour range.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 7, 2022 18:18:56
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x7pfam/hiring_toc_streaming_operator_los_angeles/ini8r7q/

I hear ya, but none of that makes a difference when $33/hr is a bit less than $70k a year in LA. That's entry level stuff. Which is fine, but $22/hr is about to be the minimum for fast food employees here. You need to double your numbers to attract talent. If this was a remote job and someone could make 70k in Columbus that might be different, but that doesn't seem to be the case. Is your senior position in the 200k range?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 7, 2022 17:31:35
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x7pfam/hiring_toc_streaming_operator_los_angeles/ini0k27/

Yeah anywhere else, or even as a remote position this could work. But if you have to pay rent in LA then this is a poverty wages sadly.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 7, 2022 16:40:11
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x7pfam/hiring_toc_streaming_operator_los_angeles/inhx12y/

I appreciate the response but $33/hr in LA is... Not sufficient. Stage hands make that, and even outside the union. What's your senior role range?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 7, 2022 16:18:53
/r/Breadit/comments/x7w80o/look_for_honest_opinion_how_much_would_you/inhcqe7/

Yeah like I think you can make 10% or less of your bread as super fancy. Put that up front z but I think most folks just want tasty bread.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Breadit on September 7, 2022 14:13:24
/r/Breadit/comments/x7w80o/look_for_honest_opinion_how_much_would_you/inh8guf/

Honestly as a farmers market-goer in SoCal my max for a loaf.of bread is $10 and I don't care that much about presentation unless I'm serving whole during a dinner party or something - which is never. OP may do better to save time on the scoring and make more loafs.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Breadit on September 7, 2022 13:46:43
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x3ltlf/do_video_wall_controllers_work_with_wireless_hdmi/ingubhl/

And the wireless cameras you see are typically microwave or something broadcast-y, not wifi.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 7, 2022 12:18:22
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x7kkk4/powerpoint_strangeness/ingsyjg/

Definitely not HDCP unless maaaaaaaybe those slides have protected content embedded? Even then I'm not sure that would trigger it and if it was going to a bon-compliant device you'd get no signal, or grey box, not tearing or jitter. The person who suggested out of range color is possibly correct. Try setting your video output to 10 bit 4:2:2 if you can. Many times DP/TB default to 12 bit 4:4:4 and that can potentially cause some out of range issues.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on September 7, 2022 12:09:39
/r/WTF/comments/x5erm5/welcome_to_new_york_city/inc6hqm/

You have a persecution complex homie. I live in LA and I know way more pro-gun people than anti-gun. They just think the bar to buy an AR should be slightly higher than "has a valid ID."

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on September 6, 2022 13:23:18
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x68s68/working_with_macbooks_and_visual_mixers/in9qj9v/

It's a side effect, generally *of* their cheapness, correct. There are HDCP stripping devices but they're expensive and a hassle to get ahold of, or convert to analog which has it's own issues. Better to invest in a switcher that has an HDCP toggle. If you disable HDCP then the Mac won't see it as an HDCP enabled device and you'll have no problems pushing down SDI.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 5, 2022 23:29:13
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x68s68/working_with_macbooks_and_visual_mixers/in8tlw5/

Well you sound positively lovely. Have a great day.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 5, 2022 19:09:13
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x68s68/working_with_macbooks_and_visual_mixers/in84tix/

The part where you qualified it with "but we've had these installed for 5+ years" It's not a good practice, even if it sometimes works out.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 5, 2022 16:05:45
/r/news/comments/x6hlpg/israeli_military_admits_shireen_abu_akleh_likely/in7yg2m/

Because, in a roundabout antisemitic way, Jesus.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on September 5, 2022 15:20:45
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x68s68/working_with_macbooks_and_visual_mixers/in7ohr8/

Sure. I've got some BMD gear that's been going strong for that long too. And I've had some that just shits the bed randomly. I just think if you need to deal with HDCP you should just build an HDCP compliant system. If you never need it's then make sure you're speccing equipment where it can be disabled. That being said my background is mostly live events, so a $15 equipment failure at the wrong time might mean a 6 figure refund, so my risk tolerance for these kinds of things is very low. Not everyone needs a system as bulletproof as that.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 5, 2022 14:11:55
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/x6j4ej/is_there_any_place_around_lax_that_i_can_rent_a/in74ob2/

You can use the Touro app and a debit card if that helps.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 5, 2022 12:00:07
/r/CommercialAV/comments/x68s68/working_with_macbooks_and_visual_mixers/in6yxdv/

On the one hand I get it. On the other I absolutely hate trusting my show to a $15 device that doesn't work as intended.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/CommercialAV on September 5, 2022 11:21:05
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/x5zvo9/any_gardening_clubs_for_younger_people_in_the_la/in51ew2/

I have /r/LosAngelesGardening if you wanna come try and help do something with it. I helped build up /r/NOLAGardening when I lived in New Orleans but I haven't had time to do anything with the new one since I moved here.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 4, 2022 23:13:27
/r/WTF/comments/x5erm5/welcome_to_new_york_city/in3fjrk/

>It comes up in a background check. All it takes is a single HR person who thinks guns are icky to simply remove you from the list. That's literally true of anything that comes up in a background check. Like veteran status. The truth is though, that if someone is discriminating on those criteria, then they are going to get terminated, or it's not a place you want to work anyway. Most CCW folks post that shit on their social media anyway. So, you know, they could just look you up on FB. This isn't some grand conspiracy, and almost nobody gives a fuck if you own guns or have a permit, any more than they care if you own a motorcycle and have an endorsement.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on September 4, 2022 15:50:29
/r/WTF/comments/x5pvpu/copperhead_got_in_my_friends_tent_while_they/in3afbt/

Fatal snake bites are exceedingly rare in the US and most of those are rattlesnakes. If you get bit by a venomous snake, stay calm, and seek aid. Pretty much any non-hospital intervention is likely to cause more harm than help.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on September 4, 2022 15:14:12
/r/AskCulinary/comments/x5ub0v/what_machine_do_you_currently_use_for_mash/in39yl4/

Some ricers are a bigger pain to clean than others, though I get what you're saying. I really appreciate that I can boil (or roast) the whole potato in it's jacket and then run through the ricer without having to peel.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on September 4, 2022 15:10:55
/r/WTF/comments/x5erm5/welcome_to_new_york_city/in36azq/

> in the hopes HR will retaliate against you when you’re looking for work. Uh, what? I don't know of a single company that gives a shit about owning firearms or having licenses.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/WTF on September 4, 2022 14:45:22
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/x463ap/what_does_everyone_do_in_the_heat/imzhuza/

There's definitely a way to do vegan gumbo, I've had some great ones, I'd just have to do a little research. Lemme fire up the Cajun bat signal.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 3, 2022 18:52:20
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imy0yoe/

> >There's a lot of replies that are just shooting on me in this thread because they think I'm just upset something is going to take away jobs or something I hope I don't come across that way. I can see some if the future but I'm not celebrating the death of art and artists, by any means.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 12:41:42
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imy0lek/

It won't be regulated. Make your career plans knowing nobody is coming to save you. It is what it is, and nobody who wants to fix it has the power, and anyone who has the power doesn't care.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 12:39:15
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxzps8/

Perhaps, but that's going to be a limited market.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 12:33:23
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxznav/

I'm not sure. I don't have all the answers. I just know it's not going to stop and everything we've seen up to this point is only the tip of the iceberg.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 12:32:56
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxzif5/

You're totally right. Also everything you said doesn't matter because that's the future. We can either try to regress like the buggy makers of the early 1900's, or embrace, understand and make the best of our current situation. Your child's developmental issues aren't going to change things. Nobody's will.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 12:32:01
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxv5x7/

Sure. So make something truly original and not derivative. Something you can copyright. If the human element is that impossible, make it so. If machines can do it better, well, that sucks, but maybe pivot.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 12:02:48
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxtea8/

If you're not talking about professional artists then there will always be people who pursue it as a hobby, so a clearly commercial art contest shouldn't be bothersome.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 11:51:06
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxsl1a/

Well the one advantage that humans may have is that AI and Machine Learned art derivative. The downside is that almost everything has been done at least once, and truly revolutionary ideas aren't going to come often enough to keep professional artists fed.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 11:45:46
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxs83o/

The art industry is how art schools pay bills and artists do as well. You can hate it's but it's literally an industry.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 11:43:19
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxr5r2/

There's a hard reckoning for everyone in the creative realm (I work in entertainment in SoCal) thats for the lowest common denominator. AI is going to do it better than us. It is what it is. AI generated videos already exist. It's only a matter of time before a Dell does it better than Spielberg. That's the future we are moving towards and we have to do our best to carve out our own human niche. It is what it is. Carriage makers in the early 1900's lamented the rise of cars. We adapt, or we fail. Especially so for artists.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 11:36:03
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxp0rm/

Have you ever looked at what an art education looks like? It's endless reams of art history, color theory, proportions, framing, etc. Machines knock that out in a couple of minutes instead of a quarter million art school education. I'm not anti-artist or anything, but I think everyone who argued that AI is souless ignores how souless the current art industry is already.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 11:21:21
/r/technology/comments/x4swd7/a_man_won_an_art_competition_in_colorado_using/imxnibe/

>“Oh, it was thoughtlessly thrown together by a machine with no rhyme or reason” The one thing you can count on from something AI or Machine Learned is that there is reason. It might not be human reason, but it's all been meticulously logicked in to.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/technology on September 3, 2022 11:10:50
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/x463ap/what_does_everyone_do_in_the_heat/imxmz2i/

How do you feel about Gumbo, and dogs? This is critical to our budding internet friendship.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 3, 2022 11:07:00
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/x463ap/what_does_everyone_do_in_the_heat/imva2b1/

So, yeah, but... A King of Town.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 2, 2022 20:36:06
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/x463ap/what_does_everyone_do_in_the_heat/imv3wfh/

I'm so sorry to break it to you... I'm not actually a horse..

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 2, 2022 19:46:54
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/x463ap/what_does_everyone_do_in_the_heat/imuurdd/

I love that you're from Mass and use "Y'all". We should be friends.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 2, 2022 18:36:18
/r/AskLosAngeles/comments/x463ap/what_does_everyone_do_in_the_heat/imu4jt3/

Thirded. I can deal with 2-3 weeks where.yiu can't go outside in SoCal. In NOLA it was more like 5-6 *months* where outside was for the mosquitos. Let them have it. Humidity can fuck right off.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskLosAngeles on September 2, 2022 15:32:31
/r/Cooking/comments/x3davo/which_ingredients_are_better_when_you_buy_the/imtfwyh/

>To summarize: as they say, "fed is best," You can't argue with that! Take care as well, my internet friend.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 2, 2022 12:49:39
/r/Cooking/comments/x3davo/which_ingredients_are_better_when_you_buy_the/imtayf5/

But it does take *longer*. We also aren't talking about the same sauce, or blah blah blah. I can make a banging aglio e olio or caccio e pepe with pantry staples. And I do. But sometimes I want a jarred vodka I can just hide a bunch of slightly sad vegetables in to scarf down at 8 before I collapse. There are lots of "easy" pan pasta dishes, but if I want to make a "pasta slop" with a ton of protein and veg, then a premade sauce is way easier and faster. Just saying.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 2, 2022 12:17:52
/r/Cooking/comments/x3davo/which_ingredients_are_better_when_you_buy_the/imt9he5/

Less effort is a totally valid reason if you've been busting your ass for 10 or 12 hours.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 2, 2022 12:08:17
/r/Cooking/comments/x3davo/which_ingredients_are_better_when_you_buy_the/imt9c01/

You're still asking for bandwidth people may not have. If it were up to me, and I never had any other obligations, I'd make everything from scratch and grow all of my own vegetables. Instead I make compromises based on how much time I have, and what's available.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 2, 2022 12:07:19
/r/Cooking/comments/x3davo/which_ingredients_are_better_when_you_buy_the/imt93oz/

This is sooooo much more bandwidth than "pour jar in pot". I get it. I really do, but you've just outlined a multi step recipe that requires way more mental capacity than one may have after a 13 or 14 hour gig. I love to cook. I love making things from scratch just for the sake of it. Let's not pretend it's just as easy to make one as it is to just buy one.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 2, 2022 12:05:50
/r/Cooking/comments/x3davo/which_ingredients_are_better_when_you_buy_the/imqxax3/

Off your balls? You have a real persecution complex if that's what you think is happening. You're the one who pounced on me. All I said was jarred sauce makes for a quick meal after a long day. You aren't even the cat that originally posted, right?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 1, 2022 22:43:13
/r/Cooking/comments/x3davo/which_ingredients_are_better_when_you_buy_the/imqr1zk/

Well, for one that's literally what the post I was responding to said, and for two, what makes you think I was anything but calm?

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 1, 2022 21:55:42
/r/TrueReddit/comments/x36yaq/the_sharks_are_back_this_summer_were_not_ready/imqijzi/

If you are swimming in nearshore waters, or even an estuary in a tropical or subtropical climate, then you are probably within 100 years of a shark. Maybe not a big one. Maybe not one of the more dangerous species, but if you are in the ocean there is almost certainly a shark nearby.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/TrueReddit on September 1, 2022 20:51:31
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/x38d4f/whats_going_on_with_all_the_posts_about_biden/imqacq4/

>On the one hand, it's fairly easy information to find that pretty much every able-bodied man under a certain age is to be considered a member of the militia, as that's how the militia would form under necessary circumstances. This is a retcon. Militias trained, mustered for drill, had a command and control structure, and people of poor character or temperment could be refused. It wasn't any yokiel with a fowling gun, you had to meet criteria, be accepted by the unit, and be under someone's command. A cursory look in to how 18th century militias worked would disabuse you of this notion. Colonial militias worked a lot more like the modern national guard. In fact, if you want to be an originalist, the main purpose of the 2a was to avoid a standing army, as it was thought that professional soldiers, especially ones from outside of the community, would be much easier to convince to oppress civilians. Now that we have a standing military, the 2a is essentially moot. >You should take a trip to your local gun range. I own firearms, and plink regularly. >Hopefully it'll shift the uneducated, Reddit-inspired idea you have of average gun owners. My issue isn't with the probably 60-70% of gun owners who are responsible people who have a hobby. It's the rabid refusal to accept facts with regard to gun safety, and the knee-jerk refusal to even entertain any gun control measures. It's also the ~30-40% who legitimately *are* unhinged ammosexuals. You can't look at someone like Margorie Taylor Greene and tell me that she was elected by a whole bunch of rational folks who just want to be left alone to put holes in paper, or hunt, or shoot trap or whatever. If the number was closer to 90 or 95% of gun owners being rational, responsible folks I'd say gun control is working. We just aren't there yet, and it's absolutely a fact that more guns makes ups less safe, not more. We've seen the failings of "good guys with guns" all too often.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on September 1, 2022 19:49:52
/r/Cooking/comments/x3davo/which_ingredients_are_better_when_you_buy_the/impy1bq/

>Yeah I don't know why people buy jarred sauce. Because it's 8:30, I just got off work and I don't want to eat out. I can do pasta, jarred sauce and a bit of meat and veg and have it on the table in about 20-25 minutes from the time I start prepping, to the time I start eating.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/Cooking on September 1, 2022 18:20:54
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/x38d4f/whats_going_on_with_all_the_posts_about_biden/impm1q8/

They've just about struck down every states ability to regulate the carrying of firearms. They didn't do it to enfranchise minorities, they did it because they believe in an oddball interpretation of the 2a, where the "well regulated" and "militia" parts are just irrelevant for whatever reasons. But that's not the issue here. Modern guns are dangerous. Even more dangerous than bolt action firearms from the turn of the 19th century, and semi-automatic firearms are orders of magnitude more dangerous than even those. More and more people are going to get hurt, and the "more guns in the hands of good guys" crowd is either going to have to figure out what actually constitutes a "good guy" and regulate it that way, or we are going to have so much fun violence that there actually *is* a tyrannical crackdown on firearms. The current pace is unsustainable. Pissing and moaning over select fire doesn't offer any solutions or make a difference in the long run. It's harping on a detail in order to derail the conversation. It's like most other semantic arguments when talking about policy. AR-15's are dangerous weapons. Lots of the folks who have them are barely vetted, half-hinged ammosexuals. It is what it is. They should be harder to get. So should semi-automatic handguns.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on September 1, 2022 17:01:00
/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/x38d4f/whats_going_on_with_all_the_posts_about_biden/imo7vg1/

>No one disputes that we need to improve how we address gun violence in the US. Eh. Kind of. There are plenty of folks on the right who think *any* gun control is tyranny and they now seem to have a SCOTUS that agrees. It's going to be a problem, and in a couple of decades when things are way worse and the right *still* hasn't proposed any serious solutions, the pendulum is going to swing back **hard**. That's my prediction anyway. Honestly knowing the difference between a clip and a magazine is irrelevant to the conversation, and if conservatives cared at all it wouldn't be an issue since they'd propose and advocate for a solution themselves, bypassing the "it's not an assault rifle, it doesn't have select fire!" smoke screen. I appreciate that you'd like to have some reasonable discourse but I don't think politics at large will allow for that conversation more broadly. There are enough right wingers who have made guns the cornerstone of their personalities, and enough left wingers who are frankly terrified of guns, and those two camps are the loudest.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/OutOfTheLoop on September 1, 2022 11:41:42
/r/AskCulinary/comments/x2tcka/baking_sheet_warps_midbake/immeg6j/

I got some heavy duty aluminum ones from a restaurant store for like $15 each. You don't have to spend a ton of money at all!

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/AskCulinary on September 1, 2022 00:58:00
/r/VIDEOENGINEERING/comments/x2b42o/question_about_fps_differences_in_a_video/imlm7yd/

2 interlaced fields = 1 progressive frame. It's very likely 1080i@59.94 and it's displaying frames in VLC but extracting all of the fields in ffmpeg.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/VIDEOENGINEERING on August 31, 2022 21:03:37
/r/news/comments/x2lhw7/pregnant_texas_woman_who_claimed_her_unborn_baby/imljmyc/

"in *each* building" as in multiples.

Commented by /u/AllTheKingsHorses in /r/news on August 31, 2022 20:45:12
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