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.
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 ➡
just 2 simple questions I haven't had answered
galleys tend to be ignored by some streamers I watch, same with army professionalism, hence my questions
Hi. This is such a crazy question, but I'm a complete newbie. I'm looking at a 20q5 Coachmen Leprechaun 317sa and I can't find any pictures of it with the slides IN. Every pic or video shows them out. I can tell that the slide obstructs the microwave and stove, but I'm wondering about fridge access. If we're somewhere with no room to slide out, can we not get into the fridge?
As Russia I'm about to make a flagship.
My fleet consists of literally all galleys to get the most bang for my buck. I only have access to the Baltic Sea right now, and I don't have the sailors for heavies, and protecting trade in the Baltic doesn't do much for me, so galleys is my best bet.
However, I want a really strong flagship, so I thought about making it a heavy, however, because it's a heavy ship, wouldn't it get targeted first before my galleys in a naval battle?
Should I make my flagship a galley instead, even though it's weaker, so I can avoid having it in the frontline of battle?
I recently started using nuxt and storyblok to build a simple website, but I'm still a newbie with all this and I've been having some issues trying to set up a dynamic image gallery.
What would it be the easiest way to do that?
Cheap as shit, and extremely powerful in inland seas, AKA where navies actually matter
Just drove by and saw it. There’s gotta be hundreds of people there, all filming this guy. It looks like a bunch of people all gathered to watch a firework show.. Really hope he gets down safely. It was starting to rain when I was passing by.
At anchor, I try to use as much saltwater as possible. Rinsing, washing etc. I noticed that it is less of a problem than I thought it would be since most dishes are already salty and a bit of a seasalt residue causes no issues whatsoever. If I need a cup or plate for something sweet, I rinse it with freshwater so that I don’t get a weird taste.
I also noticed that it messes up my hands and leaves them dry/burning after a round of dishes. Weird stuff. Just wanted to share.
A typical moderate elo water battle goes like this. One person starts making galleys at feudal age(lets call him galley gary) and one makes fireships. Person with fire ships will be chasing galleys and trying to bring down docks of the galley gary. If docks survive long enough for galley gary and for 7+ galleys then galley gary starts kiting down fire ships. Fire ship person is weak against bunched up galleys that keep moving and shooting and also against demo ships forcing fire ship person to switch into galleys. Now it turns into who is the biggest GALLEY GARY (or if your vikings Longboat Larry). Contrast to land maps where in feudal age you get 3 different military buildings with 5+ units to choose from depending on your plan of attack or plan of defense. Only gets better with more and more newer units.
This did not matter much before in HD or Voobly when people only played Arabia and Black forest. Ships are a must in most maps as they can outperform most land units until imperial... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hey everyone! I am trying to assemble a gallery of post-show work. Do you know any site that kind of has that centralized?
There must be a reason Janeway wasn't just replicating whole bags of coffee beans and some sort of grinder and some kind of pour over set or press.
She was replicating them by the cup because they didn't actually have faucets or thought to rig a water reclamation system. They would have had to replicate the cup of hot water anyway!
That means, aside from the energy used to create heat on his stoves, Neelix was having to replicate an amount of water anyway, negating any energy savings.
I know you can't be attacked if you use your own ship with a low level (49 or lower) character, but does it also work for the Guild Galley too until nobody else interacts with the cannons and the character behind the wheel is a low level toon?
do galleys get an inland sea bonus in this mod? its been awhile since I played vanilla, but i remember galleys creaming light ships. I just got my navy trashed by venice as the ottomans. I had mostly galleys and they had light ships.
I know it's been a while but that project actually took a whole lot of time to realize. I was determined to do it though. It's a custom canvas(~50x30 inches) consisting of my favorite OPTC units that I managed to collect/max out over the course of my journey with the game, surrounded by all the units I either did not manage to pull, or were simply not released on global yet. I played since like 4 months after the game came out and was very dedicated until a few weeks after Gem Valley, when I left.
Since I don't want this thread to be about why I quit the game, I'd rather like to tell you, why I decided to put so much effort and money into this and I'll make it as short as possible: The game and it's community was a very big part of my life for almost 5 years and left a very big hole in my daily routine, when I actually did quit. So I wanted to have something big, that I can look at and smile when I think back.
If you'd like to take a closer look at the deta... keep reading on reddit ➡
I bought a 350z HR a couple weeks back, it’s throwing P0011 & P0021 with low oil pressure so I’m assuming the galley gasket went bad but the car also needs a retune because it had a turbo before but it was uninstalled before it was for sale, so it’s running extremely rich, the car seems to run fine though and when I check the oil there a good amount and it’s clean.
Other codes it’s throwing are (p2a00, p0850)
Hey! I'm looking to buy a G37 and have read about the oil galley gasket issue. I'm wondering if anyone knows when exactly they started to use the updated gasket in their engines and if it's still an issue for the 2011 (made in 02/11)
I'm getting interested in showing some of my work. I'm curious what print medium would be best, i.e. most aesthetically pleasing, best gallery etiquette, etc, etc... I would be considering both large and smaller prints depending on the piece. Also, where can I get this done?
Biremes and Triremes and even Hexaremes seemed all the rage in antiquity, but by they no longer seem to appear in any records later on. Even the famed Venetian galleasses, known for resembling huge floating fortresses, only had one deck of oars. Why was this the case?
With recent addition of islands in ranked 1vs 1, stupid me decided, well why not try vikings? They were such a great water civ in the days of old.
Then when I got to feudal suddenly regret that decision. Totally forgot that they don't get fire galleys.
So I went for different strategy. Built some galleys, some demos, and towers at the shore.
Nope, my fishing ships were decimated by opponent fire galleys. Demos barely took 3/4 of health for 2 fires each, and I couldn't manage to get enough galleys to took even one. Opponent had his fishing ships save and sound so he proudly was ahead of my eco even with my free wheelbarrow and non stop vill production.
Recent patch tried to nerf fires production time, but it didn't help.
I know that in the old days the person who built more galleys won, but now it just shifted to fires. Still boring.
What would you think would be a good solution for this problem?
One that I thought of was striping away fire galleys of all/half the pie... keep reading on reddit ➡
How do I search for my gift's post from the Elves exchange? I never received an email about a post and the exchange is no longer listed
After reading various entries in a number of authors' series, it was nice to sit down and devour an entire series without interruption, and I can't think of or imagine a better choice -- congratulations to me!
There is one major spoiler in this review, but I don't see any way around it. Our protagonist, a not-so-humble locksmith/thief, dies in the opening pages of book one. As if that were not unfortunate enough, he has died in a culture that enslaves the ghosts of its dead. So, essentially this character, a sort of Everyman named Caltro Basalt, spends the series looking for freedom and justice. Along the way, he makes some terrible enemies and a few very unlikely allies, one of whom is a talking sword he calls Pointy.
There are some fantastically strong female characters -- even a co-protagonist -- characters of both brawn and brain who are every bit as interesting as our hero. And the villains? Well, forgive my saying so, but they're to die for. At least everyone around them... keep reading on reddit ➡
We’re a group of designers looking to re-design the current airline galley carts to make them more efficient and easier to use. Our main goal is to improve the comfort for the flight attendants and passengers alike. We’d appreciate your input regarding the following questions!
Do you have any issues or bad experiences with the design of the current cart? (ex: weight, size and shape, discomfort for the body, etc)
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What would happen if I was driving the car around at 2-3 oil psi for the last 6000 miles...? I would rev it up every chance I got also... Got car from infiniti dealership and assumed it would not needs a major fix. My mechanic pointed this out, car makes a slight tapping sound at idle you can hear standing outside. Would my mechanic be able to diagnose any damage I may have already done to the engine? (I forgot to ask I was still in shock about repair) Car drives perfect feels good to me but obviously I dont wanna do more damage. An engine swap is an extra 1500-2k but I plan on keeping the car for as long as possible. This engine only has 77k on it, so if i didnt do any damage driving it around and could just fix it that would be ideal
Hey there, I’ve been hunting online but I can’t quite find how the chips served with the sandwiches at Harbor Galley are seasoned. Does anyone know what they use?