I am starting to get bored of audit...am just following last year and not really being coached on anything
Just as the title says! For those that tested her how did she end up? Please leave a quick review for me on how you liked [[Winota, Joiner of Forces]]
Just started my NOFAP journey, wish me luck !
I was scouting for new recruits and the skills on all of them were like 1 or 2 with a couple exceptions of 3, which is way way to low. I was wondering how long it takes for new potential joiners to show up and replace the old once ?
I'm setting up my new office, and I have several different videogame consoles that I want to be able to plug my headphones into. Right now I just plug my headphones into whatever console I'm playing at the moment, but if it's possible, I'd like to condense all the jacks into one place for me to plug my headphones that just gives me the output of whichever thing is actually producing sound at the moment. I've found plenty of one-female-to-two-males cords on the internet, but they all look like they're for splitting a headset into separate headphone and mic plugs, so I don't think they would work. Is what I'm looking for even a thing, or is my laziness so advanced that nobody else has even thought to make something like this?
So, my birthday is coming up next week and my wife apparently went through my Amazon cart and found a few things to buy me. One of them was a biscuit joiner that I had put in my save later section so I'd remember to research them further. I figured it would come in handy with a coffee table and a couple of end tables I plan to build as well as a kitchen table I may make. Having just watched a Steve Ramsey video, though, I'm wondering if I'd be better off with something else. I already have a pocket hole jig and can't swing the domino joiner at close to $1000. Before I return it unopened to Amazon and, possibly, hurt my wife's feelings, does anyone have any advice on good uses for a biscuit joiner for a relative newbie to woodworking?
Thanks in advance!
Totaled 12 carries for 94 yards and 1 TD, and 6 catches for 128 yards and 1 TD last season.
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So i’m thinking to go down same route as mate. Become labourer first then learn joinery skills on the job till i become a joiner.
Does anyone struggle for work as usually with an apprenticeship you gain customers. Also you can work for the council if your struggling to get work.
Would a simple NQ course completed do the trick to get you council work. However how easy is it to rope in clients? As mate of mine is plumber and a lot of his clients helped him branch out when he was serving them as an apprentice
Beginner woodworker here! Making plans for a toy box with slatted sides, working down to 4" slats about 30" and 14" long from wider boards, maybe 1"x10"x12'. I just got my hands on a benchtop joiner and a planer, but have been trying to figure out the best order to get my pieces to final dimensions. Do I cut it all down to rough length, joint, plane, THEN rip and cut to final dimensions? Or do I joint, rip, and cut to final dimensions before planing? I'm sure it's a lot of dependant circumstances, but thanks in advance for the help!
I'm Chris and I'm YOUR Commander Mechanic - I've got a YouTube channel where I do viewer-submitted deck techs, tune-ups, deck building advice, and podcasts with cool people!
This week we're looking at a Winota, Joiner of Forces deck and asking the question "Can Boros be GOOD?" [[Winota, Joiner of Forces]] does something most Boros commanders don't in that she cheats mana costs and casts creatures for free. Despite still being attack-oriented, is this enough to be really effective? The full decklist is in the video description.
Balancing the mana curve to ensure ramp & small, non-human creatures like [[Goblin Rabblemaster]] is a difficult challenge, but cards like [[Raise the Alarm]], which makes non-humans at instant speed, really help.
We treat Winota more like an enchantment, to help us flip creatures like [[Angrath's Marauders]] from that attack trigger. And with the amount of humans & small creatures in the balance we have, we could likely flip the better part of our decks!
Let me know what you think - is Winota enough to make Boros strong in commander?
As always, good luck & have fun!
Looking to make a table top with some old barn wood. Trying to rip 6’ sections of this stuff on the table saw is tough, so I was thinking of using a track saw to cut it to length, but not sure how to make sure that cut is perfectly flat. Would a hand plane work?
I got an email about a new-joiner survey asking my preferences related to different areas within the tax practice. I had been under the impression I'd be with the same group I interned with.
Does this survey indicate its possible I might be assigned to a different group now?
This is basically my first app, made with selenium, sqlite3, tkinter and makes it super easy to automatize all classes/meetings with this user interface. It will close at a specific number of persons, open the next meeting accordingly etc. I'm just starting college and trying to put something in my resume, I'd love some opinions on what should I edit in my repo to make it look better for an interview, thanks.
Here is the video: https://kapwi.ng/w/fzWPgyGe
In the summer of this year we paid a local joiner to overhaul some decking on our property. The decking boards and the majority of the joists underneath were replaced, but the posts and the main / base joists remained.
I didn't issue any specific instructions about where to build the new decking up to, it was just an agreement to replace like for like, which presumably means in the same location and not exceeding the original extent of the structure. I don't have any written quotes or invoices, just a bank transfer in my transaction history with the reference "decking", so there's no record of what was agreed, but I do have a photo of the joiner actually doing the work (only because I was gobsmacked at the awful condition of our old decking underneath once he started pulling rotten chunks of the old joists out that we'd been standing on for years!)
A few months later, our neighbour mentioned in passing that in his opinion the joiner has actually built the decking over the boundary line - not by much, maybe about 2 or 3". He did say at the time that he wasn't too bothered by it, but when we recently had the joiner back to sort out some drainage issues I told the neighbour I'd see if the joiner would cut the decking back a bit (it's beyond the fencing anyway so useless to us), mostly as a favour to the neighbour as we get on and he seems like a decent guy. After sending that message the neighbour has pointed out what is a pretty obvious line in the stonework of the house that any reasonable person would assume lines up with the boundary between the two properties, and the decking boards clearly go past that point by a couple of inches. That said, I don't actually have any record of where exactly the old decking went up to, I never looked too closely and was never round in the neighbour's yard so never looked at the stonework - it could well be the case that the joiner was correct, and replaced the decking exactly to the point where the old decking originally stood.
When the joiner came to have a look at the issue he strongly disagreed that he'd made a mistake; he said he replaced the decking to the same point that the old decking ended, and in his eyes, the obvious property line was flush with the neighbour's stone steps, and not the line in the stonework on the wall. He said he could do the work to change it if we really wanted to, but it would be a big job as he'd have to pull up the surface decking boards in order to access and remove the end jois... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hi all-just came across this subreddit today and glad to see all the positivity. Kind of a weird situation for me, I went to the orthopedic for some back pain and hip pain and during my exam she asked if I had ever heard of CMT (I had not) and recommended I look it up. She asked this after noticing my high arched feet and inquired as to whether it was genetic (neither parent has them as big as me) I’ve had high arches for as long as I could remember.
Being an anxious person I semi freaked after googling after the exam and scheduled an appointment with a neurologist. He ran me through like physical tests (reflexes, walking on heels, etc). Nothing electric just the manual exam. He said basically everything looked normal, and that if I wanted to take the blood/DNA test I could but he didn’t see the point as in his words “you have no symptoms really and there’s no cure”. This struck me as a little odd.
Little more background, I’m 29 and haven’t really had any major physical issues until this minor back/hip pain. Have a bunch of cousins and two brothers and no one has CMT to my knowledge and neither parents seems to.
So my question is-is this a normal experience? An orthopedic suggesting CMT just by looking at my feet? Do people with high arches usually develop this? Apologies for the wall of text and al the questions it was just such an odd experience I wasn’t sure if I was missing something
Due to the toxicity during the event on EU servers, I changed my settings to US East. But occasionally, the joiner seems to forget about this change and has Europe selected again (my previous setting). After a game in Europe, it usually goes to US East again. I've seen this happen both on the main joiner and during spectating, and Aaron just said the same thing in a game on EU.