ilikeburners354
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ilikeburners354
Feb 4
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They don’t use ink because they are worried that people may switch out polling place pens for disappearing ink. Read more

Feb 4
20

Doesn’t scale well. The more ballot boxes stuffed or disappeared, the bigger the conspiracy to do it, the more people that can rat. Read more

Feb 4
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Any form of electronic voting should be kept out of all democratic (not the party but the system) elections.  Paper and pencil is still the most secure way we have because attacks on those do not scale well.

Jan 30
1

Yes and no. Being a top streamer in top games is almost impossible these days. It’s stupid hard to breakthrough in CS:Go, Fortnite, Apex, Dota, League, OW, etc. Those games are saturated but if you find a niche and stick to it, you can carve out something comfortable that you may be able to parlay into other things. Read more

Jan 9
18

I’m guessing after spending a month and a half in Canada where they were left the fuck alone pushed them over. Read more

Jan 8
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That’s what Sandler does. He’s an amazing actor when he gives a shit. Then you get the other type of movies where he gets a studio to pay for a family vacation with his friends and he clowns around. They are very mediocre films, mostly harmless with one or two good laughs. Read more

Jan 8
4

As a Canadian, without the monarchy, we’d all be French so they can keep being figure heads till the end of time simply for saving us from that. Read more

Jan 7
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Pre-builts aren’t horrible anymore. For sure, buying prebuilts before would cost you a lot more and could come with some weird shit but for the most part that isn’t the case anymore. You will end up paying a very small premium for a pre-built with the downside being that you can’t customize nearly as much. You get a Read more

Jan 7
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Unless you’re getting a used 2080 ti, wait for the 3000 series cards. The jump between 1080 to 2080 wasn’t a massive leap (really, it was just the RTX and slight speed) and while the TI variant will def be better than your current regular 1080, it’s not worth the upgrade cost. The 3000 series cards will probably be Read more

Jan 7
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The only “new” thing that has come out in the past few years would be RTX, that’s it (I guess you could include M.2 storage as well but it’s not a new thing, it’s just faster storage) Read more

Jan 7
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You really don’t need to swap out stuff all that much. People think you need the latest and greatest to play things but unless you always want to be pushing the frames and settings to their highest, it’s not needed. My PC was about $2000 CDN when I built it 3 years ago. It still does 60+ fps on all new AAA games at Read more

Jan 7
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Is it posting? Can you get into the BIOS? Is it beeping at you or giving you error codes (depending if the mobo has a speaker or display)? Are you sure the CPU and Mobo are compatible? Even if someone said they are, sometimes a Mobo’s BIOS needs to be updated to newer firmware before it will recognize newer Read more

Jan 7
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A lot of boards these days come with a separate connector that is clearly labeled. You plug into that first and then it easily plugs into the pins on the board. I use to hate getting those in the right order but with the connector it’s stupid simple now. Picture below:

Dec 4
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Not the point. The rest of the world isn’t laughing/scared shitless because of Trump. It’s the fact that almost half of the people that voted looked at him and went “That person should be in charge”. He lost the popular vote by less than 2%. Read more