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Diffident last won the day on August 5

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  1. This isn't the only thing they have infiltrated. Just a couple months ago while promoting "F9" John Cena succumbed to Chinese pressure by apologizing for referring to Taiwan as a "country".
  2. That's some really good Engrish. Seems like a nice piece of Chinese engineering you got there. It even dries clothes.
  3. Cookie Clicker Why do I do this to myself????
  4. How bad did you get raped for that bottle of Isopropyl? Before covid, 99% was about $4.50 a quart.
  5. According to the New York Times article, it's the responsibility of the gaming companies to enforce this law. Also you have to register with your real name in order to play so you can be monitored.
  6. Most cars don't have side markers anymore. Car manufacturers wrap the front and rear lights around the corners of the vehicle so they are visible from the side, this fulfills the sidemarker requirement. The pic of @PCSarge car one post above yours is a good example.
  7. Most satellites are geostationary, their orbit matches the rotation of the earth so the chances of them colliding is slim to none. It would only happen if they, for whatever reason, lose their orbit. Spy and maybe weather satellites are probably the only ones that aren't geostationary since you would want to see or communicate with multiple parts of the globe. But it's likely that they're also geostationary. I'm sure the US has spy satellites parked over Europe and Asia.
  8. TPM's main function is cryptology. This is why Microsoft wants it It's not for the type of "security" everyone is thinking about.
  9. I personally wouldn't invest in crypto. It's too volatile. You would need to watch it constantly. I do all my investing in my Roth IRA so I don't have to pay taxes on my earnings (or at least less). I can't make any withdrawals till I'm 59 1/2, but I'm not investing to get rich, it's for retirement.
  10. Windows installs the boot loader to the "first" drive in sequential order. If you have 6 SATA ports labeled 1 through 6 and you have drives connected to port 2 and port 5, windows will install the boot loader to the drive connected to port 2. When connecting drives always put the OS drive in port 1, or port 0 depending on what nomenclature your board uses. If you have a mixture of NVME and SATA drives, the NVME drive will be considered "first".
  11. I'm the type of person that doesn't take personality tests.
  12. How many warrants does any one think are issued before any government agency uses this tool? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
  13. Still waiting for the bottom cabinet.
  14. I didn't know they made i7 "T" versions. I thought they were only for the i3. I might have gotten an i7 instead of the i3-6100T...not that I need it. The i3 is usually hovering at 1% CPU usage.
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