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Fatwa Arbuckle
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TGIF, GN: Questionable Pandemic version!

If Dusty found a shepherd’s pie or a T.J’s Steak and Ale pie in those bushes, I might be right there with him.

They’ve all a seemingly unlimited supply of Vienna Sausages.

I tried those a couple of times as a kid; euwwwwww! (And I was an avid, indiscriminate fan of hotdogs when I was little.)

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Because I am a Bad Gerbil, I wish that Mecca always looked like this (click for much larger version):

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dv8
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Both my TV ups and my main computer ups died within a few months of each other. Probably means I need to change the batteries in them, I just wonder if it’s cheaper to replace the units completely.

I haven’t looked into it yet.

X_LA_Native
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IIRC, my husband found the right batteries for less at Tractor Supply (but they’re not everywhere).

dv8
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We do have such places up here, thx for the suggestion.

Sven
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Sven

Good morning Fatwa and Dv8 -- happy Friday, GN!

Sven
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Sven

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m pretty f*cking tired of this Chinese flu business.

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur

Happy Friday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, dv8, and Sven!

Fatwa -- in the pic you posted, I see they have a few construction cranes ready to topple over, should the crowds return. That’s preparedness!

Sven -- I agree. BTW, I hope your eye is doing better today. I know it’s going to take time.

dv8 -- it should be much cheaper to replace the batteries. You should be able to get them for about $15 -- $20.

dv8
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is that more of an online thing? or can I buy them at a Staples? (because there’s one up the street from me) ((if it’s still open, that is.))

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur

Staples seems to be very, very expensive -- $125 + and with few options. If you can pull the battery and look at the specs, you may have better luck finding a low-cost replacement.

Fatwa Arbuckle
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Hi, dv8, Sven, Paddy and TeX!!1! Just got back from Walmart; weird what they were out of today, but shelves were significantly better stocked than last Friday. dv8 -- When the battery for my studio / computer APC UPS died 7–8 years ago, I had a difficult time finding one online at a price I was willing to pay. (But it’s a big honkin’ tower version.) For not much more than replacing the battery, I just bought a new UPS. Figured the money’s well-spent considering the value of all the stuff it’s protecting. 😉 Hopefully it’s now easier to find… Read more »

dv8
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I’m kinda bummed that the batteries only lasted a few years. Maybe 3 or 4? I dunno actually, time kinda gets away from me up here.

Fatwa Arbuckle
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Sven
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Sven

That’s racist!!!

Sven
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Sven

I’m feeling just down and bummed today. Too much time in the house. I think I’ll go out in a bit and get some new scenery. Our coffee maker is broken, so I’ll see if I can pick one up somewhere.

Sven
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Sven

Well after this latest remote check in with teh bestest place ever, I give less of a f*ck than I did before. On the plus side, they have said to prepare to work remote for the next month at least.

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur

Doing the math that would be 30 days * (x f*cks per day), where 1 > x >= 0
Given that x may vary from day to day, we could instead integrate over the time span to get a total number of f*cks. So that would be the integral of df*ck/dt from 1 to 30.

The solution is left for the student.

Sven
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Sven

No mater how you count them, that’s a lot of f*cks.

Paddy O'Furnijur
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Paddy O'Furnijur

Unless each f*ck is less than 1, that is to say only a partial f*ck or the null f*ck, then the total number of f*cks given over 30 days could be substantially less than 30, which is to say less than one per day. In fact, over a 30 day period, it is possible that not a single f*ck was given.

Sven
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Sven

BBL

Fatwa Arbuckle
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That’s racist!!!

So are these.

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dv8
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that’s a great meme template, to say the least!

X_LA_Native
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Good Gerbilly Evening from the still-quiet SE Texas prairie. I made myself go on walk with the neighborhood group this morning just so I could circulate something other than this canned air through my system (did you know that when you play Des Rocks “Used to the Darkness” and Pink Floyd’s “Money” back-to-back it’s an 11-minute mile pace -- funny thing is, almost the entire group kids me for not having “outgrown” music). Puh-lease. :: head tilt :: My payment for this frivolity, was walking part of the last leg with one of the least interesting people in the entire… Read more »