Minor birth defects. From Toothpaste For Dinner.
Minor birth defects. From Toothpaste For Dinner.
Creator of video captures the result of asking 20 people, all paired-up strangers, to kiss for the first time.
saw this flying around facebook, and immediately thought lovingly of vastderp, (and jumpingjackflash and seebs), whose writings I love to a moderately unhealthy degree.
Some MeatBros gathered at the Autodesk Pier 9 Workshop to lasercut some acrylic MeatCharms, designed by Renee.
full set available here.
are you alright
Here has been what most of my drawing time has been committed to. Please excuse my handwriting.
obama is the most chill president ever and he is just so fucking tired of everyones shit
When I began this blog post, I had every intention of addressing all sorts of relevant, mechanical issues relating to meatspace and ephemeral chat in general. My meatspace baptism was supposed to be the introduction to a more technical essay. Once I started writing about my experience,…
just stick your hands in boiling hot coffee. go on. do it. just shove your fingers on in that blistering hot cuppa joe. throw an egg in there. who gives a shit. eat your god damn coffee eggs like the stupid slobbering idiot that you are
thIS WHOLE FUCKING ARTICLE
convert your office into a horrible disaster
here is a recording of the aforementioned muscle suit routine. yes, he is skating to “sex bomb.”
there are a few recordings out there and a couple of them are better quality than this, but in my opinion nothing will top the original recording. the reaction from the crowd is especially satisfying and, really, there’s just no replicating that initial surprise.
god bless this mess
i live on the second floor
Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 12:08 AM
… because my name is luka
which is similar to micah, so you should know about that.
my buddy pat apparently sent me a link about you hacking your vajayjay. i think that’s commendable (both subtexts), so I’m going to tell you about him. he is RICH! he has so many monies that all girls want to exploit him like an oil sheikh!!! oh la la!!!!!
secondly, he is very electrical as in he probably would go crazy if something didn’t break every week that required soldering and maybe a replacement of some old 74xx.
if you would marry him, that would be great.
I request help on mods to the TED 1001
Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 6:32 PM
I have had a TED 1001 unlocked power monitor for many years. I was never impressed with their software. The device has worked well until recently. It seems that many devices contain RF suppression at their input. Electronic ballasts for fluorescent lighting , computers, televisions and many power strips suck up the RF transmitted by the TED xmitter. I had wanted a better power monitoring system and decided to improve the TED device. I have purchased eleven of them from e-bay, the now not supported TED1001 sells for about $15.00. I have several uses for them if they work out well.
I was happy to find your work posted which addresses many of the problems I was struggling with. I could capture the signal with a digital storage scope and was in the process of trying to determine the code structure when I found your solution. First of all I was impressed by your engineering skills and your construction skills, then I found out you are a g..g…g….. person of the opposite gender. I am a senior (old) electrical/prototype engineer and seldom come across someone with your abilities and promise as an engineer regardless of age or gender ( I started in electronics in the 1960’s, I have worked on electronics pre-dating the 2nd WW, and the first computer I worked on was a second generation discrete IBM mainframe designed in the early 1960’s this qualifies me to refer to myself as experienced). This experienced engineer had to pick himself up off the floor when reviewing your computerized feminine stimulation device….. perhaps I embarrass too easily. I come from a different world (the woods in Maine). If you turn your talent toward world hunger or the national debt you could make a significant contribution to society, you do a good job on the projects you address.
I would like some tips on using your software which you have posted; however, I would like to do several things different. I would like to solder wires to Gnd. and pin 2 of the TDA5051AT in the sending unit in the electrical distribution box. I would like to take an Arduino Pro Mini ATMega328 16Mhz, an Uno, a Mega, or maybe a Due (3.3V of the Due works well with transmitters and SD storage ckts). I would like to take that nice clean signal, collect it, maybe store a day or week’s worth of data, and then transmit it when called upon to dump by a pc computer which is connected to an Arduino and xmit/receiver which will add the information to a database which includes other information from a rather complex energy saving system mostly in place (hardware such as high efficiency wood furnace, greenhouse, heat distribution, and ventilation system). I could use the +5V supply of the MTU to supply the small amount of energy the uP and xmitter would require.
I have never worked with an ATTiny85 (I managed to skip that one) and am somewhat new to Arduino and C++, but have studied many older programming languages. If you would please give me some advice, I need to know: The main, serial, and filter sketches you provide, which is loaded into the Arduino (I understand all the .h files are used when it is compiled and upload, buy why three sketches) and the “Fuses” statement makes no sense for all of the Arduino processors I have programmed. I will try to look up ATTiny85 info. on the WEB (I can figure it out myself, but could use some guidance from someone with your experience which I respect).