What is even Malia doing in the galley?? How would she justify leaving her bosun position to play sous chef when in reality, the chef should be competent enough to handle things on their own. Plus, if there is someone legit needing help it’s the stews!
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Highlights include r/fantasy members Rob Hayes, ML Spencer, KS Villoso, John Bierce, and more.
Since Bravo has been gracing us with Season 3 reruns all day - I was curious in other opinions....
Who is at fault for the fire? Kate or Leon?
In my experience, I've never known it to be an issue to have an extra pan in the oven while cooking as long as that pan is oven safe and the oven is clean. So I don't think Kate is at fault for not taking the pan out before cooking the pizza. I'm not a chef though, so I'm interested in other's thoughts on this.
I have more money than I know what to do with. I know that heavies do better damage in inland seas than galleys, and I'm ready to build as many heavies as I can because I have 300+ ducat income right now as Russia. However, I could have sworn I remember reading somewhere that galleys are still better because of engagement width or something like that.
What would be better for winning naval battles in inland seas? 100 heavies, or 100 galleys? Or possibly a mix of both?
Words so that this post wont get removed. Mitochondria.
- Is this a one time issue, or can the problem reoccur AGAIN even after fixing it?
-Is $3500 the usual cost?
I was doing a small update to my 1988 galley kitchen and removed the old cabinets and backsplash tiles on one side. I was left with three, roughly 2x2 sections of old cement-like tile adhesive stuck to the wall and inside the window (I have a large, pass-through window behind my sink). Water and scraping does absolutely nothing. It’s like cement. It’s not smooth at all, but the ridges aren’t crazy deep (1/16” ridges, maybe). I don’t want to sand/grind down. Too much dust, and I want to avoid needing power tools I don’t already own.
I am really, really trying to avoid ripping out the drywall because it’s got a lot of electrical and includes the deep window section. I’ve done the research but have zero practical experience so I’m nervous about it.
We live in SW Florida, and it’s hot and humid most of the time. The countertop (not the wall) on that side gets wet daily, so I do worry about moisture. But the existing old wall looks to be regular drywall with texture over it.
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My teardrop trailer is literally TINY and we are considering a hang down curtain instead of a legit wall for the galley. That way, you could be in the main sleeping compartment and still have access to clothes, drinks, etc in the rear galley. Anyone have anything like this?
I always get my ass kicked by a friend in water maps when we get to post-imperial. He amasses galleys and starts kiting them around my fleet.
I've tried countering with firing ships and korean's turtle ships, but he just kites me to no end. If I try to do the same, he just outkites me.
Edit: thanks everyone for your replies!
My wife and I are trying to figure out the best cookware for use with our Nucamp Tag Xl Boondock Edge. There is not a lot of storage in the galley and we are wondering what has worked for others. We tend to like modular systems in our tent camping life. Any suggestions?
I'm a solo slooper, and usually passive, however, I've started having trouble with Galleys recently. I usually just slip around the back of an island and watch them, out of sight,u til I know they're not going to cause me any trouble. But now they seem to always make a beeline towards wherever I'm hiding and sink me faster than you can say 'hippopotimus', all while I can do nothing but watch. Is there any way I can remain out if sight, or go by the galley without engaging?
Between Serengeti, that tiny ass map and arena I have to leave Mediterranean unblocked.
So I gotta learn to play on water
Edit: thanks for all the advice I appreciate it
This is a stupid petty rant but I am so over my small galley kitchen. Ever since everyone has been home forever with no end in sight I've hated it even more. If I so much as think about cleaning up or cooking or putting stuff away one of these three other people living here just haaaave to go make a snack or just fuck around right then like there's some kind of alarm bell going off and there is no way two people can do things in there without being in each other's way. And while we're at it, fuck open floor plans too.
So I know that CNG is like the betamax of cooking gas. My dad bought a boat a few years back with it. It used to not be an issue, because he had a supplier of it, but now that source has dried up, and he is going crazy trying to find a new supply. Thanks!
can add items to balance price for more expensive arcanas (e.g jugg lina)
I won't waste your time with an over-the-top introduction. My name is Gunham Tanaka.
I'll get straight to the point, I haven't been around this place in over three months and nobody summoned me over the course of that period. So suffice to say I am very much out of the loop. There are too many people I don't know and that bothers me.keep reading on reddit ➡
Started with just the top oven, now the bottom is starting to have similar symptoms. It’s hot now so I couldn’t crawl around and find an exact model number but I’ll update the post in a bit.
The top has now been heating for 45 minutes and is only at 230 or so. The bottom is now behaving similarly.
When I look I see the ignitor start to glow almost immediately but it seems like it takes forever to actually ignite. Is this a gas valve/flow issue or just an ignitor not getting hot enough?
I haven’t thought about that galley in at least 10 years. Is it still awesome? Do they still have like 3-4 different restaurants and is one of them still pizza everyday?
And I remember I could get food to go and bring it back to the barracks. That was incredible and I never saw that again the rest of my career.
What were the different restaurants there?
We have an 04 6.0 and it has low oil pressure because the oil galley plug keeps coming out?
We just put it all back together and the truck made it around the block before it blew out again.. any ideas or advice on how to fix it and keep that sucker in?
As Atomic Rockets helpfully points out, Warfare IN SPAAACE will probably not look like naval warfare from WWII, air combat from the 1960s, or ship-of-the-line engagements from the Age of Sail. Space is an environment unlike the oceans or the sky, and space combat will thus probably be quite unlike anything that has come before.
However, a paradigm of Pyramid warships IN SPAACE, together with big, spinally-mounted guns, allows us to readily justify a space warfare model reminiscent of galley warfare from the classical era.
This is a most happy coincidence, since this is precisely the era of Cleopatra's Egypt (Back in those days, Ptolemy Egypt was one of the great naval powers of the Eastern Mediterranean, with a mighty fleet of quadriremes and a grand capital at Alexandria) - and we all know how much we want that sweet, sweet neo-Egyptian flavor.
As noted in the previous post, pyramid-shaped armor works best against attacks from the front. Well, since we're going with that anywa... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have a good relationship with this indie outfit called Animal Riot Press. Their first book was Emerald City, written by one of the founders of the press, and I gave it a great review (incredible book). They like me I guess and sent me a galley of their next book.
I'm def going to keep tabs on whatever they put out from now on, because the one they just sent me--Anthropica, by David Hollander--might be better than their first. (It just went up for preorder actually, but you guys should also check out his website and Twitter, they're hilarious. On his site, in the Reviews tab, he lists random bad reviews of his first novel from people on Amazon, and his Twitter persona is Fexo, one of the robots in his upcoming book. He's a super interesting dude, gave up tenure over twenty years ago to someone who he thought needed it more and only just got it again.)
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Hello, this is a doozy.
I moved to San Diego on June 2nd to a sober living home with 4 other guys in a 2bd/2bth. I was completing a 20 day detox in Jacksonville when the thought of returning and being sober in one of my favorite cities on earth dawned on me. I previously lived in SD a few years back, had a few connections for work and I had $900 to throw down on a months rent.
I found a house on Google that had (in hindsight) suspiciously glowing reviews especially for the area the house was located in. However I figured I just be there a month or two until I found a new sponsor and got my own sober support system. Once I arrived I was met at the airport and driven to the home, it was a...charmer to say the least. My roommate, literally the guy I would share a room with was asleep 18-20 hours a day and wouldn't shower but once a week from what I could tell. I gave up $800 dollars ($100 deposit plus $700 rent) and was handed the keys. I asked for a receipt or some sort of d... keep reading on reddit ➡