• Re: Colin Powell dies age

    From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to poindexter FORTRAN on Thu Nov 11 09:52:13 2021
    On 10/27/21 07:16, poindexter FORTRAN wrote:
    It's all relative, I suppose. Having the president suggest the CDC
    look into injecting bleach and somehow getting UV light inside of
    them sets the bar pretty low.

    Then. That was the moment Fauci and Birx should have walked out,
    or taken the mike.

    IIRC, it was a question asked, not an executive command to look into something. Considering the relative barbarism in medicine up until very recently, as similar ideas were often tried in the 1800s and even early
    1900s, look at x-ray experiments in the early 1900s even. The questions
    aren't *THAT* stupid for a layperson.

    Also, there were a couple companies at that point actually looking into
    UV light treatments. It's funny, people can lay aside Biden's babbling,
    but can't even stop to consider someone may misinterpret an article or
    two in hundreds of daily briefing issues.

    Also, for the record, Fauci took the mic plenty, misrepresented plenty
    of facts and lied before congress on more than one occasion. Instead of
    lying because of supply issues, should have just suggested using general
    face covering, such as a folded over bandana, scarf or home-made cloth
    mask with two or more layers of tight knit fabric. While not N95
    effective, would have been at least some help and pacified others.
    Also, general advice on social distancing and shutting down larger even centers probably a good idea as well. That would have been better advice
    while figuring things out while China was spreading its' own false
    narrative, state propaganda.
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to MRO on Thu Nov 11 09:56:26 2021
    On 10/27/21 17:19, MRO wrote:

    by the way, how is your guy joe biden doing? the guy you voted for?
    hows your city? step in any human shit lately?

    Jumping in... my house (inside of property wall) was tagged last night
    with spray paint. Didn't think something like this would actually
    happen, given it's next to a higher traffic street, with lots of police traffic. Now I won't hear the end of it from Stacy until we get
    security cameras outside. She hasn't seen it yet, but will soon enough.
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Tracker1 on Thu Nov 11 16:40:16 2021
    Re: Re: Colin Powell dies age
    By: Tracker1 to MRO on Thu Nov 11 2021 09:56 am

    On 10/27/21 17:19, MRO wrote:

    by the way, how is your guy joe biden doing? the guy you voted for?
    hows your city? step in any human shit lately?

    Jumping in... my house (inside of property wall) was tagged last night
    with spray paint. Didn't think something like this would actually
    happen, given it's next to a higher traffic street, with lots of police traffic. Now I won't hear the end of it from Stacy until we get
    security cameras outside. She hasn't seen it yet, but will soon enough.
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    if the paint is fresh it should come off pretty easy.

    bright lights that turn brighter with movement help a lot.
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  • From Dumas Walker@VERT/CAPCITY2 to TRACKER1 on Fri Nov 12 17:13:00 2021
    Jumping in... my house (inside of property wall) was tagged last night
    with spray paint. Didn't think something like this would actually
    happen, given it's next to a higher traffic street, with lots of police traffic. Now I won't hear the end of it from Stacy until we get
    security cameras outside. She hasn't seen it yet, but will soon enough.

    I recently bought a Raspberry Pi Zero W and a IR camera to go with it as a project. We've had some mostly childish BS going on lately. Anyway, I
    learned that there is a pretty neat OS out there called motionEyes that is
    open source and runs on the Pi. I also learned that these IR cameras are really only good for indoor use. If you have to cover the lens, to keep
    the elements out, and it has built-in IR lights, the lights reflect off of
    the cover and all you see at night is a purple blur.

    Works great during the day, though.

    There are some IP cameras that are not too expensive, that work at night
    and can be put outdoors. As long as the follow the standard protocol, they will also work with motionEyes. I am planning to get one or two and
    experiment some, then maybe get a few more.


    * SLMR 2.1a * Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn?

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to Dumas Walker on Sat Nov 13 09:07:00 2021
    Re: Re: Colin Powell dies age
    By: Dumas Walker to TRACKER1 on Fri Nov 12 2021 05:13 pm

    Jumping in... my house (inside of property wall) was tagged last night with spray paint. Didn't think something like this would actually
    happen, given it's next to a higher traffic street, with lots of police traffic. Now I won't hear the end of it from Stacy until we get
    security cameras outside. She hasn't seen it yet, but will soon enough.

    I recently bought a Raspberry Pi Zero W and a IR camera to go with it as a project. We've had some mostly childish BS going on lately. Anyway, I learned that there is a pretty neat OS out there called motionEyes that is open source and runs on the Pi. I also learned that these IR cameras are really only good for indoor use. If you have to cover the lens, to keep
    the elements out, and it has built-in IR lights, the lights reflect off of the cover and all you see at night is a purple blur.

    Works great during the day, though.

    There are some IP cameras that are not too expensive, that work at night
    and can be put outdoors. As long as the follow the standard protocol, they will also work with motionEyes. I am planning to get one or two and experiment some, then maybe get a few more.


    * SLMR 2.1a * Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn?


    Game tracking cameras are a quick fix or temporary situation regarding observing activity in an area. Place them on a tree if possible otherwise spray paint them to match whatever they are mounted on.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Moondog on Sat Nov 13 10:25:15 2021
    Re: Re: Colin Powell dies age
    By: Moondog to Dumas Walker on Sat Nov 13 2021 09:07 am


    Game tracking cameras are a quick fix or temporary situation regarding observing activity in an area. Place them on a tree if possible otherwise spray paint them to match whatever they are mounted on.

    game cams also sometimes work better than wifi security cams. i have arlo cams and they crap out all the time when they are uploading video and more activity happens. also they need lateral movement to detect.

    you can get gamecams that you can walk by with your phone and view vids and pics, too. they have their own wifi network.

    i'm thinking of getting out for my garage that is facing an alley. i want to snap license plates of all the cars that drive by and see the shit goes on at night.
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