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Dash Replacements?

2023.06.05 09:08 Curious-_-Echo Dash Replacements?

Dash Replacements?
Need some help or advice on replacing some stuff in the dash of my 1989 firebird I have already found a good replacement of the main cluster and gas/battery one on the right (half way out) but was wondering if anyone knows of ways to replace the heat/AC controls. And possibly the windshield wiper and headlight controls over on the left Any help is appreciated
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2023.06.05 06:28 Stark-23 Broken windshield. Need help.

My windshield broke and was replaced via insurance. I have applied for an HSRP sticker.
Do I need to apply for a new fasttag or I can ask for a replacement. Also do I need to block/close old fasttag account?
Please enlighten with your experience.
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2023.06.05 04:58 None0987 Motor base with leaked oil

Motor base with leaked oil
Today when I was about to refill the windshield washer tank, I noticed that this part had oil in the upper part. I cleaned it and the rubber part has a slight crack. My question is this part is changed all the part or just the rubber or if it can be repairable? I have a mazda cx5 2016 2.0 Motor.
It can be fixed or i have to replace the whole part? And why this part crack?
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2023.06.05 01:20 Undesireablemeat Does anyone know why I can't unlock this achievement? (stuck at 7/8, but have visited every shipyard/port at least once)

Does anyone know why I can't unlock this achievement? (stuck at 7/8, but have visited every shipyard/port at least once) submitted by Undesireablemeat to trucksim [link] [comments]

2023.06.05 00:40 Murphy133 Windshield washer questions

Looking for a wiring diagram for washers, the headlight or windshield neither works, little headlight arm doesn’t even come out , is that just pushed by pressure of fluid or is it electric? Mistakenly replaced that pump first with no change . Wipers come on when I move stalk to wash so that switch seems to be fine . Will be testing for power coming to pumps tomorrow. Fuses good. If there was a clog should I hear pump trying?
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2023.06.04 23:31 gargar30 Make sure to lower your glass coverage deductible.

I have a 2023 Niro HEV, the windshield just cracked this last week. Called to see about replacing and because of the camera/sensors that have to be recalibrated my quote is $1200.
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2023.06.04 23:11 InvaderBeepis Roadtripping across Wyoming?

Roadtripping across Wyoming?

Denver to I-90 Corridor. Casper to Billings should be possible without the detour to Gilette because of a CP station in Sheridan that doesn't appear in ABRP.

This southern WY stretch seems dubious. But is it worth taking the safer southern route through the winding CO mountains which adds 1.5 hours?
Anyone do any EV roadtripping that involves crossing the desolate state of Wyoming?
Starting at Denver, I'd like to cross up North to the I-90 corridor in Montana, and then also do a trip out to the West Coast. Both trips appear to have some rather scary stretches that require going pretty slow. I know the state also has a decent amount of elevation change as well as frequent strong winds. In fact, in the colder months ABRP thinks the Denver-to-Montana trip is impassible.
In the first picture I've put a green dot where there is a ChargePoint L3 charger at a dealership, and a blue dot where there is an EA station under construction that's supposed to be done "soon." But in the second picture, that stretch across southern WY has me nervous!
Anyone have experience with either route?
(P.S. I've got the Kia EV6 Wind AWD)
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2023.06.04 22:39 Desperate-Car-Wife Cars, Trucks, Turbos.. Oh My! Part.7

Desperate Car Wife: A Journey in the Making (part.7)
My husband's next "victim" .... A golden brown 1997 Chevy K/1500 Extended Cab
I had a feeling he'd buy this truck at some point... A buddy of his owned it and he would always make comments and cash offers whenever he saw the truck. About 3 or 4 years later my hubby finally got his wish! I still remember the night we brought it home... Unfortunately, that same night, during the wee hours, some delinquent teens went around the neighborhood and were keying cars down our street! He parked it on the street since he had planned to wash it first thing.... Hub was up early the next day, so excited to have his new baby; ready to give her a good wash and start marking his "territory" with that good 'ol "JB Treatment".. We walked out and discovered the truck had been keyed all the way from the driver's side door to the rear fender!! I can't describe how super p@##ed off he was without using a list of colorful words, but I'm sure y'all can imagine... I'm just glad I was there to help calm him down; to this very day I truly feel that had he given into his anger, he would've gone off his rocker, and that day would've been much like that famous line from Liam Neeson in Taken!! But after about an hour of watching what looked like a crazy man, pacing back and forth, looking over and over at the nearly 7' long scratch, while cursing up a storm, he managed to calm down "somewhat" and immediately ran down to AutoZone... $150 later, he had what he needed to make it as invisible as possible. It was deep in spots; the entire scratch had passed through the top coat and in some areas it was all the way to the base paint :(
Over the next year, he went over the entire body with a clay bar, compound buffed, then waxed and polished... She was easily a 10 footer for sure! Eventually he found some wheels and bought matching tires.. (He has a thing about mismatched tires LOL) She was lookin' like a pretty nice truck, so shiny and new, nearly flawless on the outside.
Side Note: I remember one night, not too long after he finished all that hard work, we were bbqing at our friend's house; the one who sold us the truck. It was well after midnight when we were finally ready to leave, (hubby was highly intoxicated), I ended up having to pull the truck out first because a huge bush was on the other side where he had backed in too close and couldn't open the passenger side door. Well he was too drunk and way too tall to try to climb over the center console thru the driver's side, so he wanted me to pull the truck out and he'd just hop in. I was like "there are branches sticking out of the bush and I think I might scratch the truck"... I insisted my hubby just pull it out a little and then I'd take over. (if anyone was gonna scratch it, I'd rather it be him!) To give some insight: there was another car parked on the driver's side, giving me very little room to work with... But he refused and said he'd guide me.. Famous. Last. Words!!!! As soon as I started to pull away, I heard scraping sounds!!!! I stopped and was sooo upset because I knew it would happen! I thought for sure he would be so p@##ed at me for scratching it! I had tears, I felt so bad!! He had just finished getting that truck looking new again and the hours of labotime spent doing so... I couldn't stop sobbing, even when he, surprisingly, wasn't mad at all!! He actually blamed himself because he made me move it.. I blame the alcohol for his chill response!!! After repeated "sorry's" and "it's okay's".. we get home and he grabs his container of Mother's compound and starts buffing out the scratch.... Next morning I looked at the spot and to my excitement, the scratch was gone... it didn't go through the top coat!! Couldn't even tell that there was ever even a scratch!!!! \Wipes sweaty forehead* What a relief that was!*
Next came the.......... you got it! The Sound system! \ insert smirky laugh here LOL **
A slimbox would just not do.. he tried, but at this point in his obsession with bass style audio, he wanted more bass. Well for those of you that don't know, more bass means not only bigger subs and bigger boxes for those subs, you also need higher quality tweeters and mids with their own amp system plus crossovers, a powerful amp just for the bass, bigger batteries (yes, that's plural), a bigger alternator, fuses galore, expensive wiring , etc... Not only is that crazy expensive to do, but it also required him to eventually remove the bench seat. I had no clue to all of this till I started going with him more often to the car audio shops. Needless to say, I was not a happy wife when it came to the price tags... I was perfectly happy with decent sound and a small sub, but something so crazy loud wasn't that big of a deal to me, however, our bank account would say otherwise LOL ... it wasn't my daily driver, so I didn't really care other than the costs for everything... he just could never be happy with the sound and continuously changed out the subs, boxes, decks, you name it... he did it more than once over on everything! So that was the first strike to this truck and I... (I know it sounds a bit harsh for a 1st strike, but I wanted a nice family vacation, not bigger and bigger subs... Remember my "limits" motto??)
I liked driving it around town, though the driver's seat was broken in the upright position, so I had to drive with a pillow behind me. (Strike 2!!) It never bothered him because he's so dang tall, and I rarely drove it as it was, so the seat wasn't a priority... Then I took it on the freeway, the steering became very loose. I don't know how to describe how it felt to me, other than it felt like it was severely out of play... My hubby never seemed to have the same issue and always would reassure me that "it's just how the truck drives''... So he hasn't messed around with the steering column at all. Well, I don't trust it or feel safe in it, so I refuse to drive it. I have had to take it on the freeway a couple more times since then and I still hate driving it... it still felt way out of whack for me; taking curvy turns was the worst, I couldn't even keep it centered in my lane! Nerves shot and blood pressure at its highest.... Strike 3!!! I absolutely hate driving that truck!!! She is a pretty thing after a good waxing, but that's as far as I take a liking to her...
$10k later, including a rebuilt tranny and 2 DIY transfer case replacements, the truck is nearly perfect in my husband's eyes.... but then the poor thing falls to vandalism once again! :( :( :( Only this time it was 2 slashed tires and a broken windshield! This time we filed a police report! But of course nothing ever came of it, unfortunately.... It was easy to replace, but costly and getting no justice after being vandalized twice (parked in the driveway the 2nd time), left us feeling sour and foul mouthed.... Now we have cameras on the driveway and street! Regardless of the vandalism, there's always something needing to be replaced it seems... this truck feels like a money pit in my mind... strike 4...
Special Note: If you have found or follow me on Twitter (DsCarWife) and come here to read my posts... I have a little treat tweet coming! Stay Tuned!
Part. 8 coming soon
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2023.06.04 18:17 slowpokesardine Heat cracked my windshield. I have full glass coverage (without needing to pay a deductible). Any recommendations on where to get it replaced?

I have a 3 to 4 ft hairline crack running almost across my entire windshield (few inches left). It was hidden by the overlaying wipers so didn't notice it until now. First time getting this fixed in Chandler. Any suggestions on where to get mine replaced? Any pointers to make it as smooth with insurance as possible? We have a lane assist camera so shield will need calibration. Thanks for your support Chandler fam!
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2023.06.04 06:07 Cultural-Climate-311 HealthMaxxing 101: Basic Nutrition

Hi lovelies,I wanted to start a series on basic guides for healthmaxxing topics based on data/science. This is what I am going to focus on and write up some basic guides for people over the coming month. I plan to write some posts on the basics of nutrition; exercise (strength training, cardio and flexibility), skincare, haircare; hygiene; sleep and also other health related guides and will include all easy to read references on the side so you can actually verify things (much easier than journal articles which requires some basic knowledge of stats and metrics).Prior to getting into this, I want to say all of these are my recommendations based on what I've researched and experienced (been doing this for a while and wrote up an extensive data driven guided for myself ages ago which worked for me).I know everyone has individual circumstances/experiences and so want to preface by saying whatever works for you is great but please try and make discussions/comments below value add for others reading with any data/scientific basis if you are suggesting.As a refreshe//I've written previously, my recommendations for your glow up journey starts with
Cycle 1: high reward/low risk cosmetic procedures and development of a basic grooming routine to get some confidence and feel better about yourself (about 3 months)Cycle 2: Healthmaxxing over a prolonged period (6 months - 1 year) to get yourself at the epitome of health that you can maintain for hopefully the rest of your life.Cycle 3: Hardmaxxing. Once you are at the epitome of health + have a fantastic grooming routine, you can start your surgery journey if need be and intelligently make decisions on what you actually need/have the health basis to recover.*** then cycle through again and again as you learn more.
Basic Nutrition 101Healthy Plate:
To start with, we want to understand exactly what is a healthy plate and what does it comprise of. A summary of the Harvard School of Public Health Healthy Plate Guide (
According to the Harvard School of Public Health Whole Grains Guide (
What to have lots of :
SUGGESTION: mix grains with lentils to get some extra protein when having rice dishes (and for a good meal, add some roast vegetables, spices and olives)
Key takeaways of some especially healthy protein sources:
Getting into the specifics as based on Harvard Medical School Guide on Protein -'t%20read,legumes%2C%20nuts%2C%20and%20vegetables and Harvard School of Public Health Guide on Protein -
What to avoid:
What to eat lots of:
Suggestion: Eat a variety such as eggs/canned fish breakfast, beans/poultry lunch, salmon/tofu dinner. For cheap easy eats, grain bowls with legumes and tinned fish on toast with picked vegetables is a good go.
After doing an analysis via cronometer on the best foods for various micro intakes (highest amounts and most efficient), here is what I came up with:
What can be concluded from the above about things that come up the most:

What I personally like to do to stay within calorie limit and meet targets
Use two apps:
For my meal plan:
I personally find it difficult to have a new meal for all three meals and don't like to spend so much time cooking and having to come up with creative ways to meet micro goals (it's hard because there are so many). So instead I spent a few hours on cronometer to experiment several basic meals I can have during my day to hit most of my micro goals and give myself room for dinner to choose something healthy that isn't so strict.
For me this looks like a:
** I always track my calories to make sure i'm eating well and this keeps me full.

"Research conducted at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health has found that eating even small amounts of red meat—especially processed red meat—on a regular basis is linked to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke, and the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease or any other cause. [4-6] Conversely, replacing red and processed red meat with healthy protein sources such as beans, soy foods, nuts, fish, or poultry seems to reduce these risks. One of the reasons why plant sources of protein are related to lower risk of cardiovascular disease compared to protein from red meat and dairy is because of the different types of fat in these protein packages. Plant-based protein sources are more unsaturated, which lowers LDL cholesterol—an established risk factor for heart disease. Also, plant sources contain no cholesterol. Other factors are likely to contribute to the lower risk, but this is a key factor."

• One investigation followed 120,000 men and women in the Nurses’ Health Study and Health Professionals Follow-Up Study for more than two decades. For every additional 3-ounce serving of unprocessed red meat the study participants consumed each day, their risk of dying from cardiovascular disease increased by 13%. [5]
Processed red meat was even more strongly linked to dying from cardiovascular disease—and in smaller amounts: every additional 1.5 ounce serving of processed red meat consumed each day (equivalent to one hot dog or two strips of bacon) was linked to a 20% increase in the risk of cardiovascular disease death.
Cutting back on red meat could save lives: the researchers estimated that if all the men and women in the study had reduced their total red and processed red meat intake to less than half a serving a day, one in ten cardiovascular disease deaths would have been prevented.
• In another study of 43,000 men that looked at both amount and sources of protein found that intake of total protein was minimally associated with heart disease risk, but intake of protein from red meat was associated with higher risk. [7]
• In the Nurse’s Health Study and the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study, every additional serving per day of red meat or processed red meat was associated with a 10% and 16% higher risk of cancer death, respectively. [5]
• In October 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO)’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) concluded that consumption of processed meat is “carcinogenic to humans,” and that consumption of red meat is “probably carcinogenic to humans.” [18] The IARC Working Group (comprised of 22 scientists from ten countries) reached these conclusions from an evaluation of over 800 studies.
Conclusions were primarily based on the evidence for colorectal cancer. Data also showed positive associations between processed meat consumption and stomach cancer, and between red meat consumption and pancreatic and prostate cancer.
• A 2014 study also found a link between high consumption of red meat during adolescence and premenopausal breast cancer, while higher intakes of poultry, nuts, and legumes were associated with lower risk. Using data on the health of 89,000 women (aged 24 to 43) followed over a 20-year period, researchers found a 22% higher risk of breast cancer in those who ate 1.5 servings of red meat per day while in high school, compared to those who only had one serving per week. Each additional daily serving of red meat seemed to increase the risk of breast cancer by another 13%. [19]
• A 2011 study found that people who ate diets high in red meat, especially processed red meat, had a higher risk of type 2 diabetes than those who rarely ate red or processed meat. [12] For each additional serving a day of red meat or processed red meat that study participants ate, their risk of diabetes rose 12% and 32%, respectively. Investigators also found that replacing a serving of red meat with one serving of nuts, low-fat dairy products, or whole grains each day was associated with an estimated 16% to 35% lower risk of type 2 diabetes.
• A related study also found that people who started eating more red meat than usual were had a 50% higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes during the next four years, and researchers also found that those who reduced red meat consumption had a 14% lower risk of type 2 diabetes over a 10-year follow-up period. [13]

Relevant references:
  1. Bernstein AM, Sun Q, Hu FB, Stampfer MJ, Manson JE, Willett WC. Major dietary protein sources and risk of coronary heart disease in women. Circulation. 2010 Aug 31;122(9):876-83.
  2. Pan A, Sun Q, Bernstein AM, Schulze MB, Manson JE, Stampfer MJ, Willett WC, Hu FB. Red meat consumption and mortality: results from 2 prospective cohort studies. Archives of internal medicine. 2012 Apr 9;172(7):555-63.
  3. Bernstein AM, Pan A, Rexrode KM, Stampfer M, Hu FB, Mozaffarian D, Willett WC. Dietary protein sources and the risk of stroke in men and women. Stroke. 2011 Jan 1:STROKEAHA-111.
  4. Preis SR, Stampfer MJ, Spiegelman D, Willett WC, Rimm EB. Dietary protein and risk of ischemic heart disease in middle-aged men–. The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2010 Sep 29;92(5):1265-72.
  5. Halton TL, Willett WC, Liu S, Manson JE, Albert CM, Rexrode K, Hu FB. Low-carbohydrate-diet score and the risk of coronary heart disease in women. New England Journal of Medicine. 2006 Nov 9;355(19):1991-2002.
  6. Appel LJ, Sacks FM, Carey VJ, Obarzanek E, Swain JF, Miller ER, Conlin PR, Erlinger TP, Rosner BA, Laranjo NM, Charleston J. Effects of protein, monounsaturated fat, and carbohydrate intake on blood pressure and serum lipids: results of the OmniHeart randomized trial. JAMA. 2005 Nov 16;294(19):2455-64.
  7. Jenkins DJ, Wong JM, Kendall CW, Esfahani A, Ng VW, Leong TC, Faulkner DA, Vidgen E, Greaves KA, Paul G, Singer W. The effect of a plant-based low-carbohydrate (“Eco-Atkins”) diet on body weight and blood lipid concentrations in hyperlipidemic subjects. Archives of internal medicine. 2009 Jun 8;169(11):1046-54.
  8. Lagiou P, Sandin S, Lof M, Trichopoulos D, Adami HO, Weiderpass E. Low carbohydrate-high protein diet and incidence of cardiovascular diseases in Swedish women: prospective cohort study. BMJ. 2012 Jun 26;344:e4026.
  9. Pan A, Sun Q, Bernstein AM, Schulze MB, Manson JE, Willett WC, Hu FB. Red meat consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes: 3 cohorts of US adults and an updated meta-analysis–. The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2011 Aug 10;94(4):1088-96.
  10. Pan A, Sun Q, Bernstein AM, Manson JE, Willett WC, Hu FB. Changes in red meat consumption and subsequent risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus: three cohorts of US men and women. JAMA internal medicine. 2013 Jul 22;173(14):1328-35.
  11. Pan A, Sun Q, Bernstein AM, Manson JE, Willett WC, Hu FB. Changes in red meat consumption and subsequent risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus: three cohorts of US men and women.JAMA internal medicine. 2013 Jul 22;173(14):1328-35.
  12. Halton TL, Liu S, Manson JE, Hu FB. Low-carbohydrate-diet score and risk of type 2 diabetes in women–. The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2008 Feb 1;87(2):339-46.
  13. Åkerblom HK, Vaarala O, Hyöty H, Ilonen J, Knip M. Environmental factors in the etiology of type 1 diabetes. American journal of medical genetics. 2002 May 30;115(1):18-29.
  14. Vaarala O, Ilonen J, Ruohtula T, Pesola J, Virtanen SM, Härkönen T, Koski M, Kallioinen H, Tossavainen O, Poussa T, Järvenpää AL. Removal of bovine insulin from cow’s milk formula and early initiation of beta-cell autoimmunity in the FINDIA pilot study. Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine. 2012 Jul 1;166(7):608-14.
  15. Bouvard V, Loomis D, Guyton KZ, Grosse Y, El Ghissassi F, Benbrahim-Tallaa L, Guha N, Mattock H, Straif K. Carcinogenicity of consumption of red and processed meat. The Lancet Oncology. 2015 Dec 1;16(16):1599-600.
  16. Farvid MS, Cho E, Chen WY, Eliassen AH, Willett WC. Adolescent meat intake and breast cancer risk. International journal of cancer. 2015 Apr 15;136(8):1909-20.

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2023.06.04 05:27 richpeoplearenice calm amidst hysteria

One common trait of primary psychopaths is calm under conditions that the general public believes should make everyone hysterical.
I am not a primary psychopath, though my parents both were. I do, however, exhibit many primary-psychopathic traits.
I am including some personal anecdotes, slightly colorful to be sure, to encourage discussion.
Primary psychopaths are basically anhedonic, mistrustful, and often apathetic. Their sensation-seeking, rule-breaking, attention-seeking, paraphilias, criminal versatility, etc. stem largely from just being bored and depressed.
I seldom seek sensation and seek attention or break rules only when I want to learn (as now) or to solve a problem. I prefer not to use mind-altering substances. I avoid entertainment, nightlife, vacations, and work. I dislike being close to people. Like most psychopaths, I tend to notice more about strangers than others do and have been asked to help friendly acquaintances by reading their significant others.
Unlike psychopaths, however, I do not usually feel a rush from manipulating people. Manipulation is like wiping my ass: not a hobby and to be avoided unless necessary. I seldom deal with people in daily life without being somewhat manipulative, which is why I seldom enjoy extended contact: I have to be vigilant to prevent hostility.
I am most comfortable with people who need stuff done: transactional and instrumental. I will give people money for drugs and not ask for it back. I will buy them food or cigarettes and not ask to be reimbursed. I will let them use my phone. I will make referrals to organizations I find helpful.
I feel superior for not needing much, so I like to see how dependent they are on their creature comforts. It's not about gratitude. It's about my needing less than they do. This kept me alive in extremely violent environments: psychopaths are intrigued that I share their responses to danger, death, pain, and violence but am happy to live, essentially, in a sensory deprivation tank with information.
The reason I am not sure if I wish to continue my life is that processing information accurately and efficiently is the province of joiners and party animals. Anything I produce leads to punishment from the herd, just to remind me I have been excluded. It's like a nerd being grounded in a dumpster for life, so it may be best just to die. I would consider options that provide protection from being punished for doing good work, if there are any. One idea is to fill in the gaps in my math, learn some programming and work on some software development, learn whatever physics I may need, and try to develop patents.
Not being sensation-seeking is a real problem in terms of herd exclusion, but I do not seek herd inclusion. I seek herd non-harassment or even support. My theories and associated blueprints have been vetted and found to be very realistic. I just don't want to be punished yet again for doing what I am supposed to do. Inventors of powerful technologies can be rewarded with protection. Tesla, however, was murdered for giving away technology that would have replaced existing industries with free services.
I harbor no such delusion: I love neither pigeons nor people. I see money as a liability when it is not backed by force: without money, sleep is stronger. If I have protection, I can always have money. If I have money without protection, my goose is cooked. Money is only as good as what backs it, so using the USD as reserve currency is bad, though replacing it as payment currency is a step in the right direction.
Any technology that is not dual use or for military use only is of no interest to me: if it does anything significant, it is dual use or for military use only. If it is for civilian use only, then it has the power to be sold and little more. There has been protection for toolmakers since the Paleolithic: literally instrumental. The warrior caste and craftsmen have always been intertwined. Pallas Athena is the goddess of craftwork and strategy, and of the night owl and the outdoor marketplace. Weaving a tapestry, planning a war, planning the next day, or planning the layout, setup, and operations of a marketplace all involve wisdom, reflection, design, and planning.
When, as I do, one laughs at death and torture, seems largely indifferent to pain and brushes with death, is comfortable in a tee shirt in 100 F /37.8 C and 9 F/-13 C, and not only avoids films but finds horror films to be bad comedies, complains of being terrible at committing suicide and needing practice to get it right, and enjoys offering advice to criminals who are having interpersonal difficulties, one will be ostracized.
I was never wiling to take herd members on "dates" so I could pay to work the plumbing of strangers who claim to "care about" me and catch their diseases. Females who ruin males' lives because they refuse to buy batteries deserve to be deprived of dopamine and oxytocin. Batteries are a girl's best friend. For everything else, there's MasterCard (or slide rules). Toys work better than any tongue, hand, or cock, which means females are attention-whoring and engaging in psyops by demanding attention that provides inferior results. It's like going to a restaurant to demand food inferior to what one cooks at home.
Females' punishing themselves for being horny by paying fabulous sums to aestheticians so said females can lie back with earphones and pretend their crotches are not being scalded with boiling wax, which then dries so their androgenic hairs can be ripped out, leaving the follicles pustulent, eventually necessitating laser treatments to burn away pits and scars so after having drunken sex with strangers -- painful, since they will not feel comfortable and their reproductive organs will not lift out of harm's way -- they will receive cunnilingus, accompanied by the stench of rotting fish and the triumphant squirting of boiling, noxious liquid in the strange man's face always struck me as a great reason to avoid suggesting any sexual interest in them, which I do not feel, simply because they are dangerously unstable. I had many female so-called "friends" and they all dropped me like a log for denial of sexual services they considered due.
Meanwhile, my male friends' problems were mine and mine theirs, so they blamed me for their supposed anguish at my problems. When I solved problems in my life, everyone whose unwanted advice had not solved it blamed me for disrespecting him. Meanwhile, I was supposed to be concerned about their problems. I noticed that happy, stable people generally do not associate with miserable people, whether stable or not, and that people who are hardworking are generally acquisitive and aggressive, meaning they are incapable of spending time around the unambitious without becoming abusive. Laziness, often conflated with unambition, denotes failure to invest adequate effort in achieving goals, whereas unambition denotes the modesty or absence of one's goals, irrespective of work ethic.
The same love of calm and insulation that allows me to think clearly under pressure alienates ambitious people, who tell me I feel things I don't, then overcome their narcissism to realize I may really not be like them, then bail because their narcissism leads them to reject prima facie anyone and everyone who is not like them, termed "unrelatable" in the sense of "I am unable to relate to him", as opposed to the correct meaning of "I can't relate that information to you".
Psychopaths are often very ambitious and successful because of their heightened need for sensation. I find this really interesting, because I find the distinct responses to be insulation from external annoyances. I am always baffled that normal people feel so much and welcome it and that psychopaths wish to do so, despite having a golden opportunity to live lives of tranquility.
As you will see below, I was recently stalked and nearly murdered for refusing castration and sexual enslavement and have decided that maintaining myself physically puts me at risk of being not only bothered but subjugated. If I were older, I would have no hesitation about taking care of myself, but connected, demanding females can be dangerously dissatisfied customers, even though I am not on the meat market. Volcels are regarded by the authorities as life unworthy of life and any poor, unconnected male volcel really has no political traction to deny a connected white female sex.
I used to enrage my mother, who idolized Jozef Fritzl, by refusing to leave our apartment except to run errands: how can you trap someone in the apartment who sees no reason to leave? She could not deprive me of sex because I didn't find it to be important, although I hate her every day for ruining a young man who not only fell head-over-heels but surveilled me for years without bothering me. He couldn't have me around him due to the elite company he keeps but issued a blanket death threat against any perceived rival. There was never any potential rival, nor was he a potential lover. That years of agonizing surveillance did not produce that realization means my mother was right to say he was vulnerable. In fact, he declared my mother right to protect me from him, told me he deserved to suffer, and asked where I was (presumably to continue surveillance). I looked him up and see that he is engaging publicly in life-threatening acts of masochism and behavior that is downright illegal. I would never have reason to reconnect with him, except if there were some way to prevent my mother's ghost from getting her jollies.
Sullen indifference is not lost on any reasonably intelligent person and repels them even when masked, leading to attention-seeking tantrums. Two friends who were firestarters as children grew up to set themselves on fire for the same reason: boredom and numbness.
Primary psychopaths are characterized by enlarged striata, visible on MRI, which leads to increased need for stimulation, and by the Warrior Gene. Warriors are routinely called upon not only to take lives but to sacrifice their own.
Intelligence is essential in any great warrior, so it makes sense that a warrior caste would be suspicious, bored and indifferent (callous), and more interested in ends than means (duplicity, lying, manipulation, ruthlessness, violence): if you enjoy life, how will you take pleasure in being a shadow on the battlefield, knowing that you may not survive the engagement?
If a normal person is threatened by Medicaid fraudsters, he will probably just take the medical care and hope the goons won't hurt him. In such a situation, I knew their goal was life insurance, not Medicaid fraud, so I tried to kill myself in ways that would have killed most people (attempted drowning in extremely polluted water, marked as a drowning risk due to strong currents, then drank my own urine for 3 days while stopping antibiotics midcourse, hoping to develop a superbug to thank my friends and neighbors) but barely hurt me: I am the son of an unrelentingly brutal special forces commander, who raped his own soldiers, castrated Blacks for sport, prided himself on devising new methods of killing with his bare hands, and lamented the unscrupulousness of people selected to provide information under torture. He and my mother -- a pedophile, castration fetishist, FGM fetishist, rape fetishist, trafficker (cocaine, children, slaves), arranger of murders for hire, money launderer, and many other interests -- conceived me with inconceivable impulsivity while cash-strapped, then took out a life insurance policy on me, circumcised me instead of reassigning me at birth as indicated, and waited for me to die. They threw in some fake psychiatric diagnoses, medications with disfiguring side effects, many medical rapes, substandard education, time in GULAG...
Daddy's second wife, who did her family of guards at GULAG in Siberia proud by getting a promotion to surveil rich people and push them out windows, stalked me for years, then decided to castrate and enslave me. I wish I had been reassigned at birth, but being 40-year-old nutless Lurch just doesn't seem like fun.
I refused slavery, so she robbed my friends to make me disappear into GULAG ( State psych). I let my friends know, so they demanded the money from the life insurance policy. Failing that, extirpation of everyone who robbed my friends. It'll happen.
Instead of killing myself, it may be advantageous to move somewhere other than a kleptopsychocracy. I have earned respect from homicidal psychopaths for staying cool when beaten bloody.
I was struck by a speeding Jeep when celebrating my 26th birthday and Thanksgiving in 2010..
I was strolling across 3rd Avenue and paused to let the speeding Jeep, two blocks ahead of the other traffic, go by, figuring I would then just stroll to the curb.
My best friend at the time had a fight-or-flight reaction and risked his life to pull me into the path of the Jeep, himself falling down and being grazed in the process.
I was slammed directly in my left side, then grew giddy as I bounced of the hood, then the windshield, then the roof, which gave me a really beautifully blurred view of the white Christmas lights on the trees. I thought of the 1995 season finale of Law and Order, in which Claire Kincaid, played by Jill Hennessy (a then-famous Cover Girl model), was distracted by her conversation with her boss, Jack McCoy (played by Sam Waterston), and was killed in a driver's side crash. The lights in that episode were just like what I was seeing. How the hell did the producers know how it should look? I thought of asking a childhood acquaintance whose dad worked on the show to tell his dad, then lamented they would never know because I would be dead. I hit the pavement, landing on my back. The tires touched my left hip. I thought having crushed c&b in the middle of 3rd Avenue would be really gross, so I was relieved when the Jeep didn't run over me. I wiggled my toes and figured everything would be a stupid formality, which was true.
My friend stood over me, screaming. His hair looked so thick, he looked so beautiful, and so... bothered... I was thinking of how unfair it was that my birthday was being ruined by ordinary people with their procedures.
I was lying in the middle of 3rd Avenue, staring up at this amazing specimen, only for him to scream hysterically instead of helping me up so we could continue celebrating at the nearest motel. He seemed vulnerable and this was my chance to get my hooks into him.
They would inevitably call an ambulance and blame me for waiting for the speeding Jeep to pass, which indeed happened. Then tragedy struck: the ambulance crew had the unmitigated gall to tell me not to sit up and take off my shirt.
That was a vintage Brooks Brothers navy blue Golden Fleece tennis shirt. I was scarred for life as they cut the shirt, the scissors moving menacingly toward my face, just to remind me that I would be a miserable failure (true, but not because of the shirt).
I had struck my head on the pavement and could not urinate. I stayed on a Foley catheter for a while and walked out of the hospital the next evening.
My only injuries were bruising, a scrape on my right hand, and a hairline fracture, barely perceptible on x-ray, in my lumbar spine.
My mother insisted I have physical therapy. I pointed out that there was nothing to do but wait for my body to heal. I knew she just wanted to play the hysterical mother, worried about her adult son who didn't know how to cross the street by himself. Yup...
When my mother was dying, I was livid that people were upset: I was the person closest to her. If I don't mind, how dare they encroach on my indifference?! I remarked around that time, quite sincerely and incessantly, that people who mourn the dead should be killed: not only for coveting the dead but for pretending they feel sorry for the dead instead of admitting they feel sorry for themselves.
I really enjoyed exposing my crooked family to my former friends they robbed: they fucked up their payment plan and now they and their American friends, to whom they spread around my friends' money, cannot be saved.
I really hope they really, really spread it around, because then there will be mass casualties. If good Russians won't starve Europe, can they at least fumigate the nest of cutthroat refugees where I was cursed to be born? It's like blowing up Syria: someone has to do it.
It would really work out well for me: I live in New York and my life sucks, so that way I shouldn't have to keep sleeping and metabolizing and would die knowing that the people I see every miserable day would never make trouble again. I could just die instead of making more decisions.
I always regretted not having killed my parents before I turned 12. Mommy got away scot free, but Daddy and his nearest and dearest fucked themselves.
I actually asked if I could help out with the torture, but no one needs me for anything. I'm always ready to roll up my sleeves to help a friend. If you can't kill your family, how are you supposed to kill strangers?
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2023.06.04 04:26 Awkward_Wishbone1745 Got Lucky Today

Got Lucky Today
2008 54,000 miles Exterior is an 8/10 with a little surface rust under the paint above the wheel wells. Interior is mint. Everything works like new.
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2023.06.04 02:45 Awkward_Payment5130 Looking for dash/rear cam to replace Nextbase 322GW

I've had the Nextbase 322GW for several years now and while the camera itself is great, the advanced features have been an absolute headache. In 3 years, I have not been able to connect to the app but maybe 3 times. The bluetooth works on occassion but the wifi has never worked. I've done EVERYTHING and can't even update the firmware. On top of that, the suction cup mount won't even stay on my windshield anymore.
So fast forward to now and I'd like to find something to replace it. I don't presently have a rear camera, but would like to find one that has the rear camera option that I can mount on the rear window (not just a rear facing camera). But, I also enjoy app integration, GPS location (and displaying it on a map) and cycle recording (where it rerecords over and over when full).
Also, I really liked the size of the 322GW, so I'm looking for something around that size. While a screen on it would be nice, if it had a compatible app with live view, I can deal without having a screen (if the app works).
Does anybody have any good suggestions?
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2023.06.04 02:26 one_fifty_six purchased a 1998 dodge ram about a year ago

purchased a 1998 dodge ram about a year ago
About a year ago or two ago i purchased a 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 V8 Magnum Laramie SLT from my father in law. The whole point was to have a truck that i could take to the dump and manage to get home depot projects home with me. i just collected some information and i have no idea where to start. disclaimer: i am not a car person. or a truck person for that matter.

I did a quick google of "what fluids to change in car after sittting awhile". the items they list are the following.
  • engine oil
  • coolant
  • transmission fluid
  • brake fluid
  • power steering fluid
  • windshield wiper fluid
is that a trustworthy list? i feel like it is? how much of that can a novice technician like myself handle? what would be better off going to a shop?
Also the tires are completely bald. that scares me to drive. these are the specs i copied off the tired itself. i dont need exactly the same thing but what would be a replacement/ alternative to what's on there if i were to buy used tires?

tire specs
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2023.06.04 02:26 PsychologicalBaby592 Private car sales buyer rights

bought a used car from a private seller via marketplace. Ad stated that ‘everything runs perfectly, as it should’. Except for crack on windshield. Nothing else was disclosed. I went to see the car. Seller was telling me she had 30 people interested. Could not test drive it because it needed the serpentine belt replaced. Then noticed the km on odometer were higher then address please. She told that the engine was just replaced by Gm. And then sent me a text of all the new parts on car. I paid for car via e transfer she advised that she would put together a file of all warranty work. And order the UVIP. She had the car towed to my house. I have not received the UVIP or sales receipt and she says that her son in law who works for Gm replaced the engine and he moved away with paper work. I put the key in ignition for first time and immediately get a error for engine malfunction and reduced power or limp mode. Put a scanner on and getting error for cam shaft. Either way this engine repair was not disclosed on the ad or in person. She now says she never had that error message and drove this car everyday. Except she left her plates on and they have not been renewed since July 21. That is about 3 months after engine replacement. Is there anything I can do. I have not signed or received bill of sales. The car is not been driven by me and I feel she misrepresented the installation of the engine by GM and it is definitely not ‘perfectly running ‘ like ad stated. I saved for the last year for this car using everything I had.
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2023.06.04 00:10 Rare_Oven6457 Doing preventative maintenance, have a list of stuff I have done and the car model. Advice for changing things out in the future would be much appreciated

List of stuff I have replaced since buying it 2 months ago
New windshield wipers $30
Water pump $105
Thermostat $25
Thermostat housing $30
Belt tensioner $100
New belt $30
Tcm and got it programmed $100 (was from a very sketchy place)
Tires got 245/45/20’s and on the rear 275/45/20’s $300
Engine oil/oil filter. $50
Total invested is $750. Plus like $60 for using a lift and tools
About the car it’s a 2005 chysler 300c with 125k miles. Bought it for $4500 as a project car. It was previously stolen has rt or scatpack rims and strait piped with 2 flow masters and all blacked out.
Spark plugs and coil pack
Engine mounts
Exhaust mount
Replace some suspension
Wrap/paint the car.
Then if there is a god just need to do oil changes till around 170k miles and sell it.
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2023.06.03 23:52 CaptainYorkie1 Congratulations you got to create 3 routes with up to 7 stops each for your open access train company. What will they be, rolling stock and why?

Route 1: Ilkley to Cardiff via Leeds, Bramley, Halifax, Wolverhampton
Route 2: Knaresborough to Weymouth Via Harrogate, Leeds, Castleford, Matlock, Bristol Parkway
Route 3: Skipton to Whitby Via Leeds, Crossgates, Middlesbrough, Battersby
The rolling stock for all 3 routes will be Mk4 coaches & DVT with a BR Class 69 (nice)
Reasons are basically no Leeds to Cardiff service, a service to Weymouth because of the tank museum and no train between WY and Whitby which would also act as the weekend replacement for the 840. The stops is it make it unique, more fast services in/out WY, a quick route for commuters and sport fans. Then the why not.
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2023.06.03 23:49 scottydubsack Replacing Rear Window Wiper Arm

Hello friends,
I recently snapped my stock rear wiper arm and ordered a replacement on amazon. After installing it, the wiper blade only makes contact on about 50% of the normal area on the windshield. Any tips. Do I need to buy a higher quality part? Is there a trick to installing that the included instructions didn't say? Am I just out of luck? Please help. Thank you
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2023.06.03 23:43 Rare_Oven6457 Doing preventative maintenance. Car and list I have done below would love advice

List of stuff I have replaced since buying it 2 months ago
New windshield wipers $30
Water pump $105
Thermostat $25
Thermostat housing $30
Belt tensioner $100
New belt $30
Tcm and got it programmed $100 (was from a very sketchy place)
Tires got 245/45/20’s and on the rear 275/45/20’s $300
Engine oil/oil filter. $50
Total invested is $750. Plus like $60 for using a lift and tools
About the car it’s a 2005 chysler 300c with 125k miles. Bought it for $4500 as a project car. It was previously stolen has rt or scatpack rims and strait piped with 2 flow masters and all blacked out.
Spark plugs and coil pack
Engine mounts
Exhaust mount
Replace some suspension
Wrap/paint the car.
Then if there is a god just need to do oil changes till around 170k miles and sell it.
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2023.06.03 23:39 Rare_Oven6457 I replaced a lot on the car atm what should I go to replace next

List of stuff I have replaced since buying it 2 months ago
New windshield wipers $30
Water pump $105
Thermostat $25
Thermostat housing $30
Belt tensioner $100
New belt $30
Tcm and got it programmed $100 (was from a very sketchy place)
Tires got 245/45/20’s and on the rear 275/45/20’s $300
Engine oil/oil filter. $50
Total invested is $750. Plus like $60 for using a lift and tools
About the car it’s a 2005 chysler 300c with 125k miles. Bought it for $4500 as a project car. It was previously stolen has rt or scatpack rims and strait piped with 2 flow masters and all blacked out.
Spark plugs and coil pack
Engine mounts
Exhaust mount
Replace some suspension
Wrap/paint the car.
Then if there is a god just need to do oil changes till around 170k miles and sell it.
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2023.06.03 22:44 EggBender93 Scrolled past one of these posts again. Couldn't resist this time either. I better get the top comment toobs. 🐍🪄🧼

Scrolled past one of these posts again. Couldn't resist this time either. I better get the top comment toobs. 🐍🪄🧼 submitted by EggBender93 to kingcobrajfs [link] [comments]

2023.06.03 22:34 Obvious-Copy4928 2013 Pricing to Sell Question

Hey folks,
I'm beyond sad to say I'll likely be selling my 300. I'm not sure what the replacement will be but wanted to get some ideas on pricing because the car is not in perfect shape.
Here's the details. 2013 300 Base Black on Black
Interior - driver seat leather split in seam - impressions on rear seat headrest leather from baby car seats (didn't know that would happen)
Exterior - rear bumper scuffs, need paint - both fog light areas cracked (kids stepped on them) - one fog light trim is off (I have it) - 2 miinor dings - needs a buff
Mechanical - needs 750 in driver front suspension work - car runs and drives flawless
Electrical - intermittent issue where backup camera doesn't display, it's just a loose wire I haven't gotten around to fixing - bluetooth module doesn't work ($150)
Tires - probably have a couple years left ok them
The car has 151K on the odo. Has been well maintained, no accidents (other than someone minor tapping rear bumper)
Recent fixes - replaced tail light (I cracked it by leaning on it) - replaced windshield wiper nozzles
I'll fix the suspension before selling so that won't be an issues.
So, I'm 110% forthcoming because that's just how i am and will disclose all of this to any potential buyers.
The car is definitely not perfect, but it does run perfect, drivers perfect, and other than the Bluetooth and superficial blemishes, it's a great car.
The only reason I'm selling is because I need to.
I see them go for $8000 to $12000 with similar miles.
KBB cash offer $4363 Private Sale Val $6200 to $7800 Local prices for same car without blemishes $8000 to $12000
I would feel comfortable at $7000 without suspension repair and $7800 with.
All things considered, what do y'all think is a fair for everyone price?
Thank you! O.C.
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