May I recommend watching [One-Minute Time Machine.] (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY)
May I recommend watching [One-Minute Time Machine.] (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY)
I used a Keurig for a long time and it takes about a minute to heat up and another minute to brew and pour one cup.
for the last couple years I've been using a french press and it takes about 4 minutes for my kettle to boil water, during which I rinse yesterdays grinds and pour new grinds in. After water boils, I let it sit for 3-4 minutes before pressing it down and having ~3 full mugs of top shelf coffee hot and ready.
2 minutes for one cup of mediocre coffee or 8 minutes for 3 cups of excellent coffee? Seems like a no brainer to me, and that's not even considering the fact that a 20lb plastic machine goes into the landfill every couple years along with hundreds of plastic cups vs the press which has zero waste and will last indefinitely.
As soon as I take them off, they go directly to the washing machine. It's a "smart" bosch one, and it's ok to put only 1kg inside. ~40 minute sports wash programme and it's done. 30 celsius if it's little dirty, 40 if it's been a wet/sweaty ride. Air dry and that's it. No softener of course.
I just use whatever liquid detergent we have at home, dose it appropriately. Buying "cycling specific" stuff tends to hurt my wallet a lot, and makes no sense. People have been washing dirty, sweaty clothes a long time before $40/liter "cycling" detergents were "invented" (regular stuff repackaged into smaller containers, labeled as "cycling specific" and sold with an insane margin)
I agree, and I uninstall/delete all that stuff. It's the lengths people go to to prevent them from getting on the machine at all that I personally don't see the point in.
Again, the stuff like candy crush is usually just a download link, so it isn't even actually there. Even the stuff that is there is usually contained so that it isn't eating up memory or anything. It's not obtrusive, so I don't really care that much. The total amount of time I've spent deleting those apps is probably under a minute, and I've had multiple machines running 10 since day one.
OEM bloatware is a whole different beast though. That shit gets deleted with a vengeance.
Ha ha, when I was in university the professor's integrated machine for teaching was running XP (this was *just* before Vista came out). It had that warning countdown timer you could delay infinitely if you kept pushing "15 minutes later".
It was a 90 minute lecture. One time he got involved in the slide he was talking about and missed the countdown, even with people pointing it out and him running for it. We spent the next ~10 minutes watching XP prepare an update until he let us out early...
This is why Windows now has "active hours". Just remember to turn your damn computer on outside of work so it can do maintenance every now and then.
I have customers, usually dads, but the occasional mom, come up with candy bars and drinks for the kids in tow, and Mavericks for himself. Card declines, but he'll almost always dredge up some loose change and and crumpled up dollar bills to get those smokes. Not as bad as the case above, but I hate seeing the look on the kids face's when daddy says they have to put the candy back. I also have one regular who'll spend hours playing the lottery machine while her kid is running around begging for snacks or even just a minute of her time, always to be rejected. Her sister-in-law is just as crap too.
Man, sorry, but there is no comparison. Trump says one thing and says the contrary one minute later. And it does it ALL THE TIME, on ALL THE TOPICS. There is no comparison.
Clinton just looks like just a little below the average politician in that regard, Trump is a fucking machine of bullshit and nonsense.
Also, I'm not a Clinton supporter, I don't like her and I would have personally voted for Sanders 10/10. I'm not even an american citizen.
My keyboard locks up for up to one minute at a time (approximately twice an hour) when ibus is turned on (which it was by default). I haven't fixed it ... I've simply turned it off. That said, I haven't had it crash my machine. My symptom is just: unresponsive keyboard for 30 seconds to 1 minute. The mouse works fine.
Have you tried fcitx? https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/keyboard-layouts.html
"I get in a time machine, go back one minute and stop me from entering the time machine. How I came back to stop myself, if I stoped myself from entering the machine?"
Yep, sounds fun!
No, I don't think you've followed me. You fill the top half of a whole row of them quickly, just dump sand in until they are full. Then put that lot to one side and start filling the next lot.
Keep doing that for two minutes, then go back to the first lot, to them it and seal them. By that time the next lot have had their two minutes so do those, etc etc.
240 would take maybe 5 or 6.minutrs that way, and if your doing it by machine 240 could take only seconds, after the initial two minute startup time.
One time, there was one enemy left in the Sector that we captured, and he was mowing my team down with his Machine Gun turret. He held us off for at least half a minute of us constantly moving towards him, until we spammed him with grenades.
So how much time has to elapse between your selling bitcoins from your machine and your replenishing your stock from an exchange? Is one second enough time? One minute? At what point are you no longer "intermediary"?
And what does "shut down by regulators" mean? They send a nastygram in the mail, and the machine operator says, "yes, Master, right away, Master"? This really needs to go to court.
Her antics were indeed stupid, despite your quotation marks.
She is the only one that can repair the time machine, and she had zero reason to expect Trunks to master a move in a minute or two that Goku took an entire night to learn.
Hell, sending Mai out would have been better.
> She covered for Trunks while he was learning the Mafuba
She is the only one who is capable of fixing the time machine. And she had no reason to expect Trunks would be able to master a move like that in a minute or two.
She risked trapping them all in the future for no good reason.
Running a God Machine HtV game, where the main antagonists were cultists using GM lubricant harvested from an instance they found of it as a means of vision questing and ritual. Players found a vial of said drug, and lacking any equipment, strapped one player to the seat of his car and dripped it into his eyes; this was followed by a full minute of him RPing the drug trip, which got him bonus XP for good role playing.
The whole thing was just so out of left field from what I expected them to do. It was also the first session and our first time playing a World of Darkness game ever.
Pro-tip, if your machine puts out less than 15 litres a minute, you may want one with wheels like in the gif.
If your machine does 15lpm or higher, then you can get one without wheels, which allows you to get to edges much more easily, and you'll waste less money replacing fucked castor wheels as they wear out and the whole thing starts behaving like an erratic shopping trolley that took it's xanax with wine at 10 in the goddamn morning I mean jesus Elizabeth it's not even lunch time what do I tell the kids???
This exactly. Plus, if you think for one minute that the Clinton machine doesn't have more dirt to release on Trump, you're living in a dream world. They have a guy out there talking about how Trump's dad threw around the N word freely while Trump nodded along. There's going to be a Tsar Bomba dropped when the time is right if she needs one.
Get out your one minute time machine.
What I mean is that the time that passes for both timelines could be linked only to the go and return. When going back again, he can decide when to go again without limits, this is a fact, but the return could be determined to the time he spent there again.
I'm trying to justify what has happened in the episode, them not being able to go back one minute after they left. I'm getting tired of justifying writing issues of the anime. Furthermore, them using the second time machine makes it even harder and could be also an only anime thing.
Been doing this eleven years, there's a couple things going on, first blade is probably dull, second if it's closer to the boards like one zam width out it's a dull blade plus probably water isn't hot enough, third, combo of the first two plus the blade isn't angled down far enough. Also, another thing to keep in mind is if there was a game before yours and the driver has a fifteen minute time slot it isn't enough to repair the ice, a brand new machine and an experienced operator would have a hard time fixing the ice in 15 minutes.
She the one in 1 minute time machine video?
Absolutely, these are all valid ways of generating a random number (except for the time one). You're in the right track here, but when dealing with sensitive cryptographic keys that depend on random numbers to generate keys, you need something more rigorous. If anybody else outside your computer can look and in and say "these were the conditions present when the key was made" then they effectively have the ability to recreate the crypto key that you generated.
Things like humidity, number of visitors, can be elements of creating a random seed, but you need many many more to layer on top. Perhaps you want the temperature of the machine, the amount of mouse movement over the last minute, the amount a certain nuclear isotope has decayed, etc. When you've added quite a number of these together, then you approach having a random number. Of course the physicists out there will contest that there is nothing random about the outside world either and that everything is deterministic, but let's ignore them for now :),
Because one night, your Mom will get a little but frisky and suggests to your dad that they go on the internet machine and look at little porn to set the mood. Of course, Mom's a nice lady, and she can't take all the faux incest, facefucking, facials, etc. on pornhub. After trying in vain for 15 minute to find "nice" porn, the decide to just search for male dick pics, since that's what'll work for her, and your Dad's just happy to be getting some. So they head over to reddit, and she's clicking until she finally finds one she likes. It's only after your dad has taken her doggy style as she faces the computer screen, reaching underneath her and rubbing her clit, cumming for the 5 time as your dad finally thrusts one last time, the cum pouring out of him and overflowing out of your mom's cootchie, that both of them notice there son's prom picture in the background of the shitty cellphone camera picture.
Or, you know, do it. Could be fun.
Have never provided security for her, but was a Marine embassy security guard during her time at State. I know Marines who had to provide additional security for SecState visits. Every single one of them who met her used the words "bitchy" and "cunty" to describe her. One of my friends said she went on a five minute rant at some underling because she was supposed to have some special kind of elliptical cardio machine at the hotel that wasn't there.
Contrasted against former SecState Rice, (whom I've also never met) several friends who were in charge of ranges on camp Pendleton met her and were amazed by her grasp of what training tactics were being adapted, etc. One buddy's words were "she's smart as shit" and commented that her questions were pointed and intelligent.
2nd hand info from me, but I trust the guys so that impacts my views..
Yes I have used Arch, until I realised that it was an experimental OS for tech-support enthusiasts. All those exotic error and bugs, I got to be one of the first people in the world who got them because it is 'bleeding edge'.
For example after update the sound stopped working after a couple of minutes, but worked fine again for a minute or two every time I rebooted the machine. So everything obviously works perfectly, but only for a minute before it suddenly stops working without any error message or anything. Apparently I was not the only one who experienced the issue, but while there are dosens of solutions none of them worked for me.
Arch is great for people who likes to edit config files as a hobby and who enjoys fixing strange bugs and exotic errors. But for anyone who wants something to work it's worthless.
Imagine I offer you a free soda. You can have Coke or you can have Pepsi and for the sake of argument you choose Coke.
Now there are a billion little tiny reasons that all coagulate into your soda decision. Your taste preference, which one you grew up with, the ads, the logo style, how cold the can looks or how you feel at the moment.
If I had a time machine that could rewind time exactly one minute, and you didn't know it, all those reasons would still exist in the exact same level of salience, causing you to choose the Coke every time.
The way I see it, every choice is predicated on external factors, and since you can't control those factors, you don't really have a choice.
Lol, I'm pretty sure I've only been a 10 a few times before. I've been smoking for quite some time as well. When I'm at a 10 I feel like my brain resorts to very few motor functions, seeing how the keyboard and mouse are one with my hands at that time. Also, it feels like a time machine. One minute it's 11pm and I'm watching that same key and peele video again, the next minute it's 4am and **BAM** come down so fast. It really does make you feel like you're in control of time and space when in reality you just sat there for 6 hours lost in youtube.
This is also an interesting catch-22 they have made for themselves.
Fake poll after fake poll has convinced those who would vote against Trump (MSM) watchers. That she has a lead and is sure to win. So yah that drives low voter turnout.
To flip that story at the last minute in an attempt to mobilize fails to account for the demoralizing effect that being on the loosing teams has.
This effect dissipates over time but they have left themselves with none.
If they leave the story in place they get low turnout due to a sure thing.
If they flip the narrative to we are loosing because no one cares on our side. Well they get low turnout there to.
The clear fix here is to build a time machine, go back 2 years and hold a real primary that would have delivered a candidate democrats would vote for.
Yeah Ocean Machine is really good. Probably my favourite only next to City, which is a whole other type of album of course.
Devy's hilarious in his shows. Last time I saw them play he was doing material from all his projects and said something along the lines of "Well if we're going to only play one song off Terria, you can damn well bet it's going to be the 8 minute long song." I still listen to Earth Day every Earth Day.
I have one at work, it is truly horrible. It takes forever to start up, reminding me of my old Windows 98 machine from over a decade ago, we are talking turn it on and make a coffee here... Starting excel takes a full minute... It is very painful to use. I basically leave it on all the time with the applications I need open so that they are stored in the RAM, it is the only way that it is usable.
[One Minute Time Machine](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY)
Not sure if you have seen it already but you should definitely watch "One Minute Time Machine" on Youtube. It's a funny short 6 minute movie but about how a guy keeps on going back in time to correct his comebacks and it's consequences :D.
I agree with you. The amount of random configurations of hardware and software that people have in or on their PCs is greater than it ever has been. Of course it won't work perfectly for everybody every time, there's no possible way to account for every minute change in specs from one machine to another. Also the fact that this is really the first full game that Turn10 has ever released on PC should be accounted for as well. I play on pc and Xbone and the amount PCMR people who blame the devs or whomever every time they can't get something to work really irks me and shows how naive and selfish some people can be.
"I get in a time machine, go back one minute and stop me from entering the time machine. How I came back to stop myself, if I stoped myself from entering the machine?"
This was my response on a AskReddit question, that I'm now using as my response on a AskReddit question.
too long, they can't easily break it into a 5 second sound bte so it just gets ignored. the 24/7 news spin machine isn't built to handle one topic for more than 5 minutes at a time, never mind a thoughtful cogent hour long, or even ten minute long speech.
Also related: the one minute time machine
That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard. When I'm playing GTA, one car lasts me about a minute or so. Why the hell would I pay for that? But I guess R* has come up with the perfect money making machine. Stupid people paying for virtual shit that they have to replace all the time.
No, it's a whole 'nother chore, like groceries or something. It takes one minutes to load a washing machine, 1 minute to transfer to dryer. In that time I can hardly complete the transaction much less travel to the cleaner.
One minute and a time out. It's not like we're a turn over machine. I don't get the hesitation to actually put a real drive together. We hail mary it one time then call it a half.
Yay bonus ultrasound! Same thing happened to me at like 13 weeks, doctor couldn't find the heartbeat on the Doppler. I wasn't too worried because we just had our NT the day before but he did an ultrasound just in case since they had a machine in the room. Found baby right away who was NOT MOVING at all and I had a moment of panic but heart was beating and got one tiny wiggle after a minute. So it was nice of your baby to be jumping around like that!! This time is so exciting as it leaves blob phase and looks like a person!
First day of college we had a 15 minute break in the middle of class. Me being pretty fat at the time I go and get a snickers from the vending machine. I'm standing around a group of people who don't know each other yet and as a ice breaker I say:
"I haven't had a chocolate bar in years."
Everyone looks at me and one guy says:
Every one laughs. What I meant to say was I hadn't had a snickers in years. Even then, it still wasn't a good opening line. Was pretty timid for a while.
Soo easy. Almost 11 months now. Did cio at 5 months. Bath, boob or bottle, quiet play time, when he seems sleepy the sound machine goes on. Then we each give him a kiss and hug and put him in the crib. He mulls around for a minute while one of us is there, usually talking to us and smiling at us. He flips over on his tummy the way he likes to sleep and he's out. Putting him to bed only takes about 2 minutes? Maybe 4 max. Everyone is happy and it's no stress.
I don't live in the US and I don't want your DS but here's a great short film: [One Minute Time Machine](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY)
To explain this /u/coti5432 it's because arrows despawn after one minute of not having motion which has a tag go track it, every time it receives even the slightest motion this tag resets it's time.
Unlike arrows items despawn after five minutes rather they receive motion or not. I'm a commandblocker so I hope this explain the reason why this machine works to you. :)
Some old lass ordered a few clover coffees from our machine the other day, which take about a minute each (plus grinding, rinse, etc). Leave it to me to be the only one on bar trying to handle pulling shots, cold bar, AND these coffees. Top it all off, I hear her mumble to her friend, "well they certainly are slow today".
Yes ma'am, we're doing our best. I'm prioritizing your coffees because they are time consuming and yet you still choose to be rude. Next time, I won't cherry-pick them out of the massive queue to get them done early and you can wait the full amount of time for your coffee. Toodles.
I get in a time machine, go back one minute and stop me from entering the time machine. How I came back to stop myself, if I stoped myself from entering the machine?
I keep seeing comments that have the wrong answer.
**1 minute**, not 5
It takes 1 minute for a machine to make a widget. with 100 machines, it would take one minute. The machines make widgets at the same time, so in 1 minute, if 100 machines were working, in 1 minute, 100 widgets would be made.
For those that are confused:
I initially thought the answer to the first one was 1 minute. As in 1 machine takes 1 minute to make 1 widget, therefore a 100 machines would need 1 minute to make a 100 widgets.
But I realize now that the total build time for 1 widget is a constant 5 minutes.
Use once to win a big lotto jackpot, then never again (unless I hit a bad end).
I'd just be too creeped out about the other timeline(s).
Anyone else ever watch "One-Minute Time Machine"?
This was happened 2 weeks ago!
So I had just ordered 4 new leggings they were expensive and I was gonna wear them to work out. One part I had seemed to have been made from a different fabric then the other 3. I wore that pair to the gym first because I liked the print. However after being on the bike machine for only 3 GOD DAMN MINUTES, I felt a rip in my crotch region. I look down and there are 2 giant holes on both my theighs. Then I felt another rip a minute later, this time in my butt. I heard 3 guys start to cat call me so I got off the bike and ran to my car and drove home. When I got home to assess the damage, I saw 2 holes in my crotch, 2 big ones in my butt, one of which my panties didn't cover, and a series of small holes ranging from the theighs to my crotch. Needless to say I got a refund and 3 guys numbers.
Flynn (elder) describes the passage of time in the machine as moving 60x faster than the real world's. So one second in the real world is one minute in the machine world, and so on.
He's stuck in the machine 20 years.
He is stuck in there, by his perception, 1200 years. It's never explicitly stated in the film, but the math is right there.
No not at all! Where i live there seems to be a big variance in price... its one of those things where once a place buys the equipment and pays it off, there isn't really much perishable or disposable product that they have to cover the cost of. So aside from the time of the person performing the procedure and the electricity to run the machine, (and small things like any wipes or tissues they use) even if they are only charging $15 for a 10 minute procedure they are still profiting, if that makes sense. Its not like getting your hair done or a facial where it takes a long time and uses a lot of potentially expensive product. Thats why the discounts are often so dramatic and why there are ALWAYS groupon deals for it. :)
When I was in high school I used to go to the gym in the morning before school with a friend and we would do this thing called a circuit workout where you do one machine for two minutes at a time and there's 13 machines you do it two times so you do it for one minute 32nd break one minute 32nd break
Holy shit... You'd never know either.. Its like that one minute time machine video too... And you'd never know what happened.. Cause you'd be dead.. But there would be no continuity.. For you.. Maybe for the you that survives.. But technically it's not real continuity.. Cause that one just got created.. Holy my brain hurts.. What do the copy get crested from? Atoms in the air? Someone invent this so I can refuse to use it.
Back in the late 80s I worked help desk for a small software house. This was before modems were used for remote access. We regularly mailed diskettes out to customers for updates and what not. One time we needed a copy of the user's system for some reason. We talked them through the copy then asked them to send the disk to us. Job done or so we thought, until ten minute later the fax machine bursts into life....
I just upgraded my laptop to an SSD. ^(Had a few issues with my old hard drive's partition table disappearing for some bizarre reason, but thanks to TestDisk and Btrfs, I got everything off.) This is the second time I've upgraded a machine to an SSD, and I once again have come firmly to the conclusion that an SSD is easily the single best upgrade you can buy for an existing computer. Boot time went from nearly a minute to about 4-5 seconds, and, once it's running, the general performance increase is just as dramatic. I think I'm going to make it a standard policy from now on that anytime I buy a laptop that doesn't have an SSD, I'll get one along with it.
Depending on your level of business you would want to stagger the turnover of the SCOs. So you can prep them beginning at 9pm, so when a CSM or manager gets a minute, make one or two. Around 10 or 1030, start turning 2-3 off at a time and switching them out. Don't leave them all for midnight. And when you pull the old money, go ahead and deposit it into the machine.
>Tell me how you walked yourself into this situation, and what you would do better in a time machine?
By being a huge beta faggot all my life. I still have much to learn and if I did go back in time right now, I would screw it all again in different ways probably.
You're right in one thing, I shouldn't wait until the last minute. I always fail in this. But I think the problem remains; If I do get rejected and just leave, I'm still going to bed later. She hasn't earned my affection, so I won't give it to her. But I don't want to look like a bitch when I'm not even really butthurt. I know that caring about how she will perceive my reaction isn't OI in itself, though.
If you are booting off the external drive when you go to configure time machine it will show you all available drives. If the internal drive is available then you can use it.
One word of caution about USB vs thunderbolt. Although the advertised maximum for USB with that drive may be faster than thunderbolt, USB transfer rates are highly variable. You could get great read/write speeds one minute then they could dip significantly another. Thunderbolt is much more constant and thus why it's preferred for professional applications like video editing.
I always have nightmares of me getting hurt, but I always wake up right when the pain happens, but one time, I had a dream where I was killed but I didn't wake up.
Im not going into detail because I'm lazy, but I was basically in this pimp's mansion, all purple and gold and stuff, and he caught me in his bedroom. I was just placed there for no reason. Then I told him that I bet he won't kill me, but he turned to me, and shot me with a machine gun mafias use. I died like after 4 bullets, and in the dream it turned all black, and I couldn't feel anything. Woke up about a minute later
This sounds like the hard drive is about to fail any minute.
1. Stop regular use **immediately**
2. If you do not have a back up, back up your most important files by dragging them and dropping them onto another drive one at a time in order of importance to you - **DO NOT** attempt a whole disk backup as it will probably not complete
Hopefully you already have a backup. If so its time to change out the HDD. Put an SSD in there and the machine will fly. While you're at it, might as well upgrade the RAM.
I'm a big fan of "Real Gone" by Seth Worley. It's a fantastic short that starts off as a serious drama and then sucks you into a hilarious comedy.
Another very good short that I believe won quite a few rewards is "One Minute Time Machine". It's a very simple, yet brilliantly scripted comedy.
At my store I am one of two partners who is capable of solo barring through peak and mid with DT times staying under a minute. I take a great deal of pride in this fact.
That being said, I think being able to function as a strong member of a pair or trio of baristas working bar is also important. There's a time for feats of bar heroism, and there's a time for working together as a well-oiled machine.
They have, they absolutely have. Any time anybody is in motion time travels more slowly for them. This is a fact. Clocks on satellites have to be adjusted to compensate for time dilation. You're right that it's not traveling jn the way we think of it in movies. But the end result is the same, other than the fact that it's not like stepping through a doorway. It's feasible for a person to step into a machine, and one minute later step out 100 years in the future.
If you built a time machine, it would also have to be a place machine. This is because the Earth is spinning and moving through space. So if you went back/forward in time and didn't account for this you would arrive in the blackness of space with the Earth very far away.
In one minute if you didn't account for this the Earth would be ~1800km away from the point where you started.
You can get bandsaws on craigslist for practically free, i see people trying to liquidate their old shops all the time. The size of cut they were demoing in this video could be made with a cheap table top machine. And taping down/registration/slowly tracing with this thing at like an inch a minute isn't going to be any faster than someone who knows what they're doing with one of those.
Just for more information. The machine makes the spinning noise twice. The first time is captured in the video. The second time happens about one minute afterwards before the panel says STOP. No error messages.
One minute time machine. Is a personal fave.
yeah I love that one guy, "that's one machine dude, that's the lights on the corners of one triangle, like the ones they see in Arizona all the time man", hahaha. great commentary from these people. "we're about to get beamed up here in a minute".
Reminds me the one minute time machine skit
[A one minute time machine](https://youtu.be/vBkBS4O3yvY)
I know is not a repost... but this seems similar to something else....
Oh that's right, [One-Minute Time Machine](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY&ab_channel=Sploid)
If you liked this video, here is my favourite related video: [One-Minute Time Machine | Sploid Short Film Festival · Official Selection](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY)
One minute time machine! its a good short pretty much exactly what you described!
Your story reminded me of a short film called [one minute time machine](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY), check it out, it's pretty similar.
reminded me of one minute time machine. https://youtu.be/vBkBS4O3yvY
Is this based on the one minute time machine?
From my own experience, the lockout mechanism is working exactly as intended; I've had people try to swipe to start playing while I have tickets paying from QD and they get the "Counting Tickets" message.
One of three things is true here:
1) OP is full of shit (not likely, but you never know)
2) Quik Drop's lockout is not functioning correctly (just like how at PIT on Kung-Fu Panda you can't hit "play again" or check your balance but it works right on every other machine)
3) OP had someone come in and put their card in during that brief period of time after they finished playing but before the jackpot animation began, when it starts paying tickets and locks out other cards besides the player's.
I'm leaning towards 3. Panda, Super Shot, Quik Drop, 2-minute drill, hell lots of games have points where someone could swipe in if the original player's card isn't in the machine.
If you can't find time during college, I think you're really going to struggle when "real life" starts and time becomes an even more precious commodity, haha.
Gotta just carve out 15 minute segments, and work on one thing (a drill, a new song, a tough solo, etc).
Do it while cooking, bake/roast more dinners and you'll have ~20-30 minutes between when you put everything in, and it's done.
Laundry - throw a load in the machine, practice until it's time to put in the dryer.
Weekend morning - you probably have some down time before social things/jobs start up. Plug in headphones and rock out while things are quiet.
Study break - its MUCH better than watching TV or some form of vegging out, because music still uses your brain actively. It's just a different part of your brain, so it helps with mental fatigue.
We use McAfee ePo to detect the cryptolocker variants. Any time we get a hint of one, we get an email with the IP, Machine Name & Username. We're usually able to shut the machine down within a minute.
Additionally, this means a complete wipe of the machine (as mentioned), and a rebuild of the profile.
Other preventative measures would include keeping Java up-to-date, keeping IE security up-to-date, run those windows updates and if you're using a flash player... make sure those are up to date.
Well for one you would be surprised what machine learning can achieve these days. The field is constantly surpassing itself. I'm a bit of nerd about it, to be honest - some guy recently used machine learning to predict which team would win a game of League of Legends based on a snapshot at the 10 minute mark - and got a 73% accuracy!
Anyway, that isn't practical for real time analysis just yet - beyond something like simple linear regression, anyway (probably - but I wouldn't be surprised if a machine could learn pretty well how to tell who the good players are based on a snapshot of results over thousands of games of data).
Realistically a good system would look at hallmarks of good playing, and assign weights based upon models. It would require a lot of thinking and testing, but I don't see why it is impossible.
To throw your hands up and say 'this is impossible' is the kind of blinkered thinking that leads to tired mechanics and interfaces - and leaves gaps for innovation.
>there is nothing -- that I know of anyway -- in the canon that says that the ability to send terminators back is limited in any way.
From what I remember, the original film said that there was only one time machine and Skynet was barely able to send back a single T-800 before the humans captured the compound where it was located. Humanity had already won the war and the time machine was Skynet's last desperate act to stop that from happening.
The events of T2 and T3 change the timeline but don't necessarily change the fact that any time machines wer being cobbled together at the last minute in a vain attempt for Skynet to avoid complete annihilation.
So the ability to send terminators back in time is limited by the fact that there weren't many of them built, and Skynet was down to very few terminators left at the end of the war. Humanity's future victory is as inevitable as Judgement Day itself.
One minute to grab the diaper bag, dump the whole thing into the washing machine and set on rinse.
One minute to come back, add soap, and set the washer again.
One minute to throw everything in the dryer and set it for 40 minutes on low.
Three minutes to remove the covers, set the dryer for another 40 minutes to dry the inserts and wipes, and shove the covers into a basket under the changing table.
Another three minutes to move the inserts and wipes to the basket under the changing table.
So maybe about 10 minutes of actual work, 2 to 3 times a week.
I stuff each diaper right before I use it, that takes maybe 10 seconds. And snaps add 10 seconds compared to velcro.
Plus a minute or two extra dealing with poop.
It's really not a lot of extra work. The biggest issue is that a load of diapers can, time wise, take up a morning or afternoon, so leaving the house and/or forgetting to finish a load can be an issue.
Make a lot of in-game friends that are active. Loki is available in the 30 minute dimensional rifts. This is where you can farm him. If you have energy to spare you can get about 20 bios every time he appears.
I wouldn't focus on combos. Vision and War Machine are both blast and Falcon is a pretty lackluster speed character. Since you are starting out, I would focus on one easily farmable character from each class that you like to use. Seriously, Kingpin with uniform is great for plowing missions plus his uni changes him from combat to blast so it is like getting 2 characters in one.
Gold, run alliance battles. Do your dailies. Get into a high ranked alliance because you earn more per level. Don't waste gold boosting characters you don't intend to use. sell your 1-star ISO and cards instead of using them as boost fodder. It's easy to earn gold, but the real trick is saving it.
Last time I had a woman over to "totally watch a movie and that's it yo" we watched Hit Tub Time Machine 2. Whole thing. Let the credits run and we were talking, and I feel her staring at me. In turn, ask "What's up?" and she just sighs and pulls my face into her ample bosom. Later she ordered us tacos from my bed. It was awesome.
Rule of thumb is to choose a movie that looks amusing but stupid, so when you talk and start to fool around, no one is like "In a minute, this is interesting." My problem is I love stupid movies.
the *most* effective cardio is the one you're most likely to do. do you really like Zumba? then keep that.
but. if you're like me and seek to minimize the time and maximize the effect, then pick a cardio machine you like (elliptical is my goto) or just run if you're into that, and program in high intensity intervals. that's not just run-for-2-minutes, walk-for-5: it's *run-all-out* in the interval and walk til you can breathe again. 20 minutes is enough; it can be extraordinarily effective in under 10. the improvements we see in endurance and cardio strength are astounding, compared to Jazzercise. but again, if Jazzercise is going to get it done for you, at least start there.
some of the most effective training is tabata, which you can *complete* in 6 minutes... although you might throw up around minute 3. or, i have anyway
I have mixed feelings about Sakura House. As a bachelor I could deal with it, but for you I probably wouldn't recommend it. I guess it's worth looking into but don't expect much. Air Bnb was great but I only did that for a week at a time so I'm not sure if you can do it for months. One of the places I stayed at was 1 stop from Shibuya, 40 bucks a night. 2 minute walk to the station. Really nice place. Portable Wifi router included but no washing machine. If you stayed longer maybe they would give you a discounted rate to get it down to your budget. Good luck to you
Start SL5x5 or another similar strength program and a simple but effective cardio routine.. By simple and effective I mean simple and effective to measure your progressions, and easy one is skipping. You skip 1 minute for a week, the next week you add a minute, in 8 weeks you're skipping for 8 minutes (Your progressions can be faster than your shins can keep up with, so listen to your body and don't end up with shin splints). Running is another easy one, get on and run as far are you can on a medium setting, then do that 3 times a week at the same length of time and settings, the next week increase the time you run for, again if you're really unfit careful of gaining respiratory and cardio gains faster than your bones can handle.. Another option that is low stress on your bones is a rowing machine.
The one-minute time machine.
This is pretty ridicolous if you think about it. The tasks it does can be easily done with minimal effort. Farming in your own garden really isn't hard at all, and if you can't spare the two minutes it takes on average everyday to take care of your plants, you probably don't have enough time to use and cook with the stuff you're growing. ironically, just preparing the soil and planting the seeds yourself is probably faster than programing that machine. Watering your plants and removing weeds takes like one and a half minute (with a "farm" as big as on the video) – and if you have a garden (which can be assumed if you have space to farm, you don't come around taking care of it either.
Either way, it's pointless.
The only drawback with a CNC machine is the setup time is horrendous for just doing one piece. Take you two hours to set up a 2 minute run. It only makes sense if you are doing a hundred of these.
Well it's 8 minutes of continuous use before the drain overflows onto the floor. I did time it.
We can take 15 minute showers as long as we turn the water off when lathering. But only one shower.
Our washer is 3 years old, HE machine. So probably not much water.
What's weird is the flushing. On the basement floor drain, if you look in, there's always water in there, but 6 inches down. (Trap?) You would expect when flushing the water would rise up maybe a little, but it doesn't.
Showering, for the first 7 minutes doesn't raise the water level, but then at 8 minutes it slowly starts rising, and then starts rapidly rising at the 9 minute mark and overflows.
Well you're getting five cents back per container, but you either have to drive to a drop off location (time and money) or use one of the machines. If you get lucky and find a good machine, you could maybe deposit 10 containers per minute, or 50 cents. That's $30 an hour, but for a supremely shit job and you aren't allowed (technically) to go over ~140 containers per day which is just $7, so you have to come back over and over again, which is half the work to begin with.
The system here is completely stupid. I grew up rural, a big day was loading up a truck bed with bags and bags of cans and drive to the dump and have it all weighed and a check was cut. That was it.
People not even attempting to think about their computer problem is the bane of my existence. I sometimes feel like, because you helped someone with a minor problem ONE TIME, they decide to turn their brain off when their computer has a hiccup and then begin requesting help for every. single. minor. problem. Yes, sometimes programs just give you a 'not responding' every now and then and you may have to wait a minute or restart it. No, I cannot tell you why your specific machine, with your set of hardware, combined with your choice of software and the settings applied to each of those froze for 30 seconds today.
My card has another two years to go until it expires, and I've had it a few years. It doesn't have a chip. However, it looks like it does.
In the last six months, every time I get groceries the cashier insists I use the chip reader, and I insist my card doesn't have one, and they insist it *must* because *look at it*. Cue a minute and a half of wasted time arguing and them wondering why the machine didn't read my card.
I go to Stop and Shop solely because the location near me doesn't have chip readers. Lower quality, faster trip.
Each machine is making a widget every 5 minutes. Since all of them are running at the same time, it's just one 5 minute block to make 100 widgets.
You see? It's like if a hundred bullets were shot at the same time, they would all travel and hit their target at the same time.
Each machine is making a widget every five minutes. Multiply machines, keep time value. That would mean 100 machines each making a widget every five minutes.
Like in 'Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey' where they used the time machine one minute before the show to go and learn how to play.
And if your mind is fucked enough after watching all the above, you can go and watch "one minute time machine" on YouTube
Ah, [the one-minute time machine design](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY).
I agree, mostly (actually I came here to say something similar), and I don't have any stats beside time and date in my setup as of now, but... I have recently used a conky config that a couple of times in the minute gave me info about the most current CPU-eating processes, like a top displaying the two most intensive processes.
And that particular thing I would say is sometimes useful on a low spec computer, I mean a relatively slow one. ("killall -STOP firefox" and "killall -CONT firefox" can also be useful for such a machine, letting it cool down, etc.. :\^)).
I really enjoyed Sight https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lK_cdkpazjI and One-Minute Time Machine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY but haven't found anything new recently.
[One Minute Time Machine](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBkBS4O3yvY)
It's fun and only five minutes.
One minute time machine
Listen, the moment you let there be an entire uninterrupted chains of robots capable of doing every action required to produce a giant war machine, without a single human in the chain that can say "wait just a minute, this giant war machine program is hella suspicious, I should probably report it to the proper authorities", you already messed up big time. At that point you really have no one but yourself to blame for the ensuing robot war.
Casino executives and upper management. All the promotions, comps, free slot play money is offered to get you onto the casino floor as often as possible. Sure they may give you 20 dollars in free slot play a few times a week, but who wants to drive 15 minutes each way only to burn through that $20 in 2 minutes. You want to go for the free slot play because there's a small chance you could win a few hundred dollars or something, but when you play the $20 in 2 minutes it seems like a huge waste of time so you end up spending another $50-$100 or more to justify the 15 minute drive to the casino. Or the free food comps that are only valid for one specific day - sure, a free buffet sounds great, but that free $25 buffet ends up cost you $100 if you go into the casino for 15 minutes and dump $100 into a slot machine.
> That literally went on for a minute before he realized I refused to call Linux a downgrade.
Christ, was there a need to be such a pretentious asshole? You know full well you're talking to an outsourced tech reading from a script, don't fucking do that to them. Their lives are miserable enough as it is.
Even if it was me on the other end of the call, knowing full well what Linux is and how to run it, I'd tell you to fuck right off with that bullshit attitude.
You know how to sidestep this issue. You're smart enough to know what Clonezilla is. You know how to install Linux. Buy the goddamn cheaper machine, clone it's drive, stow the image, install your flabor of Linux, and be on your way.
There's a time and place for the fight for Linux, and the call you had was *not* one of them.
> I thought this as well! Surely they could factor in a bit of time to have them perform their full songs. Perhaps as the interval acts? It would stop the need then for the host country to scramble around to do crappy skits and boring cultural performances their own intermission acts.
3 in one semi final, 3 in the next is only ~12 minutes they'd need to allocate (3 for each song and 1 minute to change stage settings/introduce the song). Surely they can do that instead of 'Man vs Machine' or whatever. The host country still has the intro segment of 3 broadcasts for their skits as well as time in the final as well.
I got 120k just a minute ago with the triple trapper on FFA. It's just like an octotank, a survival class. I was the first in the leaderboard, so everyone tried to kill me. There was this time when a stalker, a level 45 sprayer and a level 45 machine gun teamed up to kill me. I managed to get my three cannons to protect me from each one of them. I defended myself for over 10 minutes, until a low level basic tank killed me. If I had for cannons it wouldn't happened.
the is "the one minute time machine"
My mother has breast cancer. I had to start getting one yearly starting last year per my doctor's orders.
Last year's test was excruciating. I was very, very overweight and the pulling and smashing made me cry. I had bruises across the top of my breasts for a while after. I lost a lot of weight recently, so this year's test didn't hurt nearly as much. She just flopped my boobs in the machine one at a time, and was done in about a minute.
It's a nice theory, but I do see a snag.
>When Marty does get back to 1985, he arrives at 1:24 AM. At precisely 1:20 AM, the time machine was propelled one minute into the future, taking Einstein with it.
Ok, but why then does the DeLorean start up just fine when Marty jumps into it to escape the Libyans? Marty arrived from 1955 only 10 minutes earlier. The DeLorean should've died when Marty tries to escape after Doc is shot.
Honestly finding my favorite of all time is a daunting task, I could probably ramble. Instead I'll just pick this one that has been impressing me as of late, from the track "Enigma Machine" by Dream Theater. Mike Mangini managed to imitate a pinball machine sort of effect, and for some reason that blows my mind. It's just before the 5:00 minute mark here https://youtu.be/rcCH8ndt8qA
I get that, but if you have a look at the 2008 campaign, one of her shining moments was when she talked about the chore of getting up in the morning, throwing on her pantsuit, and running for president while finding time to be a mom.
I was a diehard obama supporter, but man if that minute didn't make me feel like underneath this political machine was an actual feeling human.
I used to work in a machine shop making shit that had a 7 minute cycle.
I'd walk around during the cycle chatting people up. One time, took a dump and got back by the time the cycle was over.
One time, though, I came back halfway through the cycle. Lemme tell ya, a mill bit will fling cast iron into plexiglass at a good clip. Never knew 10 pounds of iron could bounce like that. :-\
My (ex)coworker was fired because one day he clocked out just a few seconds too early before the 9 minute mark where it's okay to clock out. The store manager was supposed to fire him that day, but didn't, so my coworker came into work the next day at 4:00 am (actually on time for once) and the machine wouldn't let him clock in. Had to talk to the ASM and he was fired then.
To get back to where you were you must have a time machine.
You can only move forward to where you will be.
Try one full minute.
Each session try to get one minute.
When you succeed, move on to two minutes.
Each session try to get two minutes.
When you succeed, move on to three minutes.
Continue increasing incrementally until you get the time you want.
Green Carnation's "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" is a 60 minute, one track album.
So if a jukebox has access to that (if it's some sort of streaming/download service, rather than having to be manually loaded onto the machine), a few bucks will lock the thing down for quite some time. :D
There is an excellent short movie [The One Minute Time Machine] (https://youtu.be/vBkBS4O3yvY) that deals with a similar scenario and finds a somewhat disturbing answer to the question of what repeats mean for other people.
Not exactly Grounding Day, but a short film relevant to your question: ["One Minute Time Machine"](https://youtu.be/vBkBS4O3yvY)
This probably isn't it but it reminds me of "One Minute Time Machine"
[One Minute Time Machine.] ( https://youtu.be/vBkBS4O3yvY)