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  1. That may be, but there's plenty of retirees...

    That may be, but there's plenty of retirees who've come back to work, especially in NY. These are the most vulnerable, and they're putting themselves back on the front lines. Should we not honor...
  2. Everything. Everything you say is drivel, when...

    Everything. Everything you say is drivel, when it flies in the face of facts and reality. While Dear Leader can get away with it as long as enough of his sheep "Baah" his praises, the sheep...
  3. It's not that bad - extra seals can be removed,...

    It's not that bad - extra seals can be removed, and if electric, the drive motor gearing can be decoupled. And the nice thing about steering racks is they're robust and already have the mechanism...
  4. Self identifying, hernia? Or just that dumb? ...

    Self identifying, hernia? Or just that dumb?

    Wait, don't answer that - can't be bothered.
  5. I think they're called "autos" or "cars", and...

    I think they're called "autos" or "cars", and many get scrapped with steering racks that could serve your needs (size/packaging dependent).
  6. One of the heartbreaking aspects of this virus is...

    One of the heartbreaking aspects of this virus is how many medical personnel we're losing to it (frequently due to a lack of PPE or carelessness due to being so overworked):

    Neurosurgeon who...
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    I think it's fair to say a regular N95 mask won't...

    I think it's fair to say a regular N95 mask won't stop individual virus particles. But they'll usually be clustered with water and other things (mucus) so they'd mostly be larger aggregates. ...
  8. Hang in there, Tr.

    Hang in there, Tr.
  9. The post before David's is from 2/19/20. Look at...

    The post before David's is from 2/19/20. Look at how much our world has changed in that bit over a month's time. Might as well been a big meteor strike...
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    If we go by the numbers the OP gave us, it's...

    If we go by the numbers the OP gave us, it's relative displacement of the floor over the 100ft that he's concerned about, as well as the .5 degree boundary. That angular limit gives us over 10" of...
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    I weep for you. Really.

    I weep for you. Really.
  12. As of yet I haven't heard of any infection...

    As of yet I haven't heard of any infection nexuses from that pastor, but I expect them to come. Louisiana has some major hot spots, won't be a shock if there'll be more coming.
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    Obviously a bright young lad with a excellent...

    Obviously a bright young lad with a excellent understanding of metrology. I.E. What I Said. :D
  14. I just want to point out to the Right-tards that...

    I just want to point out to the Right-tards that there's a lot more your boys have done to limit or discourage legitimate voting than has been done by the very few illegals who have managed to slip a...
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    Woof. Thanks for the heads-up, I'll stick with...

    Woof. Thanks for the heads-up, I'll stick with YRC's online DFQ.
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    What, you're getting ready to run for Prez? ...

    What, you're getting ready to run for Prez? Seems to be a requirement nowadays...
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    That's a wee bit of overkill on the wiring. ...

    That's a wee bit of overkill on the wiring. Maybe he had some spools left over from other jobs and wanted to use them up?

    I used 6 AWG for my machines, for around a hundred foot run to the...
  18. If there's one thing we can count on, it's people...

    If there's one thing we can count on, it's people like you looking in the mirror while you write such drivel.
  19. I hope you do some thorough testing on the new...

    I hope you do some thorough testing on the new parts before you try selling any...
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    You're so feeble-minded that I actually feel bad...

    You're so feeble-minded that I actually feel bad for you. But I feel even worse for those in proximity to you. Please go annoy them, but let them know that I apologize for the extra burden.
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    I think there's too much room for error, what...

    I think there's too much room for error, what with different silicone durometers and specific gravity variations.

    On the other hand, if you could sell tickets to the event it would be more...
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    I was going to suggest flooding the area, setting...

    I was going to suggest flooding the area, setting up refrigeration equipment to freeze the water, then slicing the ice in a grid. Measure the thickness of the ice and map it to a corresponding...
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    It should possible to set up a rotating laser (as...

    It should possible to set up a rotating laser (as used for construction, like for creating level-lines for ceilings), then walk around the area in question with a graduated scale (like a yard stick)...
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    Latest official list of CV-19 disinfecting products

    The is the current list of "officially recognized" disinfecting products put out by the US EPA. It's over 350 items, so you have to page through or search if looking for something specific.

    List...
  25. If you're looking for an alternative for your...

    If you're looking for an alternative for your spline drive need, consider hand grinding small corner radii on the upper section of the broach corners to round the corners in the delrin part. Under...
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