This is a graph of the Fed's balance sheet over the last few weeks:
The 10th is the day their balance sheet started to decline.
What also started happening at the same time?
SPY crashed the very first day the balance sheet started to decline and hasn't been looking so hot since.
The dollar started reversing its downtrend. All of this starting exactly on the 10th.
I don't know what this means, I'm just an autistic gay bear. But could it imply the ex-us world still needs more dollars and has started selling US equities to bridge the gap between what they need and what the fed is providing?
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Hello, hope all are keeping well! We are first time homeowners, just moved in a couple weeks ago. The house was turn key and everything clearly very well maintained.
We were surprised that there is a persistent smell of sulfur emitting when we turn on the faucet in the master bathroom, mostly when I wash my face.
I can't detect the scent coming from anywhere in the room except for what is coming out of the faucet. No other sink or room has this problem. I believe the master is a newer addition to the property, but still at least ten years old (the house is about 50). Has anyone else ever experienced this?
Edit: There is a p-trap and we are on city water and sewer. Not done getting through comments but I have learned a lot about plumbing today! Thanks everyone!
It's no secret that Nano had a unique distribution. Unlike Bitcoin, Nano (then Raiblocks) had 100% of its supply minted in the Genesis block, which was then subsequently distributed via a Captcha faucet. However, the nature of this distribution has largely been unknown to the general public due to well... no one looking into it, I suppose. That is, until now.
Thanks to community member Renesq, the initial faucet distribution can finally be audited for the first time without the development of internal tools. So I took the data, and analyzed it.
Before I share the data, there is one important thing to note. This analysis is of standalone addresses only, not entities. It is very difficult to prove how many separate Nano addresses make up a single entity. It can be done, but this requires a much more complex chain analysis which is out of the scope of this investigation, such as li... keep reading on reddit ➡
EDIT: with the newest patch, this issue has been somewhat adressed, when they slapped a 5s vendor value on those documents. This is an action i definately didnt see coming and its quite frankly beyond my understanding why they would change a designed karma faucet into a gold faucet. because the core issue, not enough karma gain in the map for the recipe prices and other rewards still remains unsolved.
I can understand that the way they implemented the special mission documents originally had to be adjusted because as they are tradeable, you could basically buy karma with gold, which defeats its intended purpose of being the main account bound currency in the game.
Yesterday before the patch, I was getting buy orders filled for an average of 15s, which adds up to price of 75g for 1 million karma, which I think we can all agree on is quite cheap, considering the amount of weeks it would take you to farm this kind of karma.
A legit question would be now why have these documents imp... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have a wierd situation that occurs with my front outdoor faucet I use to water my garden.
When a hose is hooked up there is a very high pitched noise that comes from my basement where my pipes supply the water to the front. When no hose, no sound. I've tried multiple hoses, same issue.
I noticed I have an old vacuum breaker on the faucet from the previous owner. Looks old and rusted out. When no hose is connected and it's at half power it seems fine. When the valve is fully open it seems to divert the flow of water to one side of the valve, as if it's from an obstruction.
Would an old breaker cause these problems or am I facing something different? Any help is appreciated!!
I have created a multi-coin testnet faucet and I have included Litecoin's testnet on it! I'm still working on it, but so far I have Litecoin and Dogecoin on the faucet!
The faucet in my tub has been leaking for a while, now its getting worse along with our water bill getting higher...it can probably fill atleast 4 gallons in an hour now.
ive tried removing it like ive seen in home improvement videos and on google but it just doesnt come off... the nozzle itself spins though?
what type of issue is causing this?
is there anything i can do myself? i cant really afford a plumber right now, but this is becoming a huge nuisance
Edit: NG, not LNG
For those of you who were familiar with Bag of Doge back in the day, we've been working hard to bring it back online after rebuilding it in the cloud. For our initial release, we have only enabled the faucet (free dogecoin giveaway), but we will be releasing an option to purchase dogecoins as well in the future.
As it stands, you can get 5 free dogecoins every 3 hours, so enjoy!
If you enjoy the service and are feeling generous, please help keep the faucet alive by donating to the address on the website!
This morning our kitchen sink faucet was working just fine while my wife was washing dishes and I was making breakfast. We finish the meal, flip on the sink to wash up, and we suddenly get very little pressure. Still a trickle, but not much.
We have a pull down Delta, I took off the faucet head and cleaned out the aerator, but turned it on to check pressure, still low. Ran it for awhile with cold, then hot, then cold again and briefly got some grey discoloration before it ran clear again.
I'm not sure what the next step would be. Would appreciate any input or direction to resources that seem to be escaping me.
I was wondering what everyone was using as their smart garden hose faucet? I was looking on amazon briefly and did not find exactly what I wanted. I was hoping for a device that would work with the Home app, be controllable from anywhere, and be able to be scheduled.
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a. TipNanoApp where NANO nowadays worth about 1$*! (*just claim and wait for 1 hour and the reward gets bigger the more you claim!)
b. Faucetcrypto.com where you just watch ptc ads that are not glitchy and other rewards that pays Ethereum, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Dogecoins!
c. Welll i got you a telegram bot that gives you Ethereum and that is ETH gift bot!, surely try to find out! No investments I tell ya!
d. Last but not the least, Firefaucet.win the fastest crypto paying site with your diligence and perseverance you can get as much as you want!
I want to connect the light over my sink to a smart switch, and I’d like to configure it to automatically turn one while I’m doing the dishes.
It seems that a motion detector might work.
But even better might be if the sink turns on, it automatically turns on the light.
Without having a smart faucet, is there a sensor that can be set up to see if a faucet has been turned on?
Edit: bonus points for HomeKit but anything really will work.
I've got a Moen 7594ESRS that worked great for a month, but then the top sensor just suddenly stop responding to hand wave motion.
I swap out the batteries and still nothing. The next morning, as if by magic, the top sensor started responding again.
This week same thing but the swap of batteries isn't resulting in magical success.
I've pulled the power connection, data cable, waited 5 min, plugged back in and still nothing.
Anyone else have similar experience? How did you resolve?
The product, reviews on the website seem to be very good. But since it has very limited exposure, I’m concerned about the quality. Link to the website https://modernfaucets.co
I just moved into a new place. The shower is noticeably colder than the other faucets in the apartment. When we first moved in, the water coming out of the sink faucets was scalding, but the shower was "mildly" hot at best, and frankly uncomfortable at worst. It seemed pretty inconsistent with how it was delivering the water.
I went down into the basement and found that the water heater was set to the highest temperature possible. I think that was to "help" the shower temperature get to a reasonably hot level. However, it was frankly at a dangerous temperature when using the sinks, because it was just too damn hot. I turned the temperature of the water heater down a notch, and now the shower is actually cold if it's anything other than the highest heat setting (which only is able to make the water lukewarm).
There doesn't seem to be pipes routed through the basement, so I think they're all through the walls.
I plan to take apart the shower faucet and inspect at some point this we... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I just got a new job that had a tobacco free campus. In order to get my Nic fix, I went to the bathroom to vape. I didn’t actually use the bathroom but felt I needed to flush or people would know I didn’t actually use the toilet. I felt guilty for wasting water, but did it anyway. After I got out, I went to wash my hands (because if I didn’t=gross) and saw a sink dripping a steady small stream of water. I turned it off, before realizing how ironic it was that I saved that water. I know I shouldn’t have flushed that toilet, but I’m curious, what’s my alignment, Reddit?
I installed the Wallet of Satoshi app on my phone and would like to try it out. But not sure how to get some satoshis.
I just came out with an idea looking at the plinko.somenano.com/ gorgeous visualizer.
What if someone combined a visualizer, a faucet and a game on the same app?
Imagine a Space Invaders alike game where the gamer interact with real transactions and is rewarded in Nano depending on the score? That would be freaking awesome. :)
Hello guys, are faucets still a thing nowadays?does anyone know if there is some free bot out there that automatically collects stuff from different faucets periodically? :-)
Edit: for clarification:
I mean faucets where you can claim bitcoin, ehtereum and other altcoins periodically. so no water faucets meant :-D
Moved into a new home (first one) a few months ago. We've never had an issue with the water until last night when we flushed the toilet and the bowl filled up with dark/orange/brown water. Top picture is a faucet, bottom picture is a clean white bucket showing what is coming out of the hot water heater with the water inlet valve closed.: https://imgur.com/a/TEvgqEf
House was built in 2006. i have no idea if the hot water heater is original. It may be. Water is still hot. It's an indirect water heater that gets the hot water from our boiler.
We are on well water and have a pretty involved water treatment system with a neutralizer, water softener, and two other treatment tanks that i'm not sure what they do. Filter was just changed, and media in the neutralizer was checked at that time. So i don't think it's a treatment problem.
I noticed that the color is much worse when it's just hot water. so i wondered if it could be the hot water heater d... keep reading on reddit ➡
SOLVED. THANK YOU.
Please don’t judge me. I have no clue what I’m doing, lol. I tried a hanger, I stuck it in, can’t pull it out. I tried pushing it up from underneath.
The end part won’t screw on because it’s too deep. We can’t use it like this because it’s spraying out violently now lol. I can’t unscrew the base because it’s up against the wall and the faucet is too long to rotate.
Any ideas? LMK.
Edit: spelling Edit 2: Here’s some photos as requested. Thanks so much for being kind enough to respond.
Hey friends. I’m trying to tighten a loose kitchen sink faucet handle. Every guide I read says to use a 3/32 Allen wrench on the screw within the faucet handle but mine will not fit. It feels just barely too big. My next size down is much too small and fits within the screw. I cannot find a brand on the faucet either.
Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
EDIT: I have a metric set as well. 2.5mm is too large just like 3/32 and 2mm is too small.