A couple of things worth knowing before we continue. My partner is a farmer and we get up at 4am every morning. We also live in an old wood house up a mountain.
Ok so this happened this me this morning.
We woke up as usual and I went to put on the coffee machine, which we set up the night before because 4am is a ridiculous time to try and do anything
While the coffee was brewing I absent mindedly began to clear the sink from the night before. We are pretty lazy at night so all the dishes etc just get soaked.
So in my 4am haze I'm fishing about in the sink trying to clear out the rice from yesterdays meal so the water will go down. I grab what I assume to be a tea bag and go to put it in the bin. But of course, before I can do that I have to squeeze the liquid out as i dont want shitty water in the bottom of the bin.
Here's the fuck up incase you didnt see it coming. The 'teabag' is a dead mouse that has drowned overnight and become waterlogged and swollen. I squeeze the mouse an... keep reading on reddit ➡
Just to clarify, I did not kill the mouse. I own a couple of snakes and they eat frozen mice. About two years ago tho, I got a new hatchling for my collection. A really beautiful animal but I had problems getting her to eat.
I contacted the breeder that I got her from and asked what I could try. I was told that some snakes just don't accept dead food so I should try and get the mouse to body temperature.
Me being a real smart ass thought the best way to do this was to just put it in the microwave for a couple of seconds. I put the mouse in and selected the lowest setting.
As soon as I hit the start button the mouse exploded. I opened the microwave only to find that the mouse was gone. All I was left with was this slime that coated the whole thing from top to bottom. I have never smelled anything like this.
We now have a new microwave. I learned from my mistake and only heat mice under warm water.
Update: Yes, she ate. She's currently 2,5 years old and even layed a clutch of eggs l... keep reading on reddit ➡
CSGO is one of the the biggest competitive fps and aim is one of the most important aspects of it, unfortunately the game's mouse input handling is not perfect.
Years ago, over at OCN it was discovered that the windows pointer method (m_rawinput 0) suffers from data packet loss, common problem to ANY GAME that uses that method.
On the other hand, CSGO's implementation of raw input (m_rawinput 1) does indeed have up to ~2ms of added input latency compared to the windows pointer method, depending on the framerate.
Here are links to the thread and the spreadsheet with measurements made with a microsecond accurate testing rig. (yes microsecond not millisecond like 1000fps cameras)
Thread : https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-mice/1545382-csgo-m_rawinput-0-drops-samples-25.html#post24519425 (open the spoilers in the faq post, formatting got ruined because of the forum fram... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm in a pickle.
I woke up today to find two mice inside the bucket. One is very much dead and headless, and the other is very much eating him.
I didn't want to use kill traps because I wanted to be kind...but this turned out to be so much worse!
I'm afraid this cannibal gladiator mouse is going to eat any other mice that fall in with him, and I have no idea what to do about this half-eaten mouse corpse. I don't have any way to get it out of the bucket without releasing the living mouse!
We have only ever caught one mouse at a time, and sometimes they hang out in the bucket with some food and water until my partner can drive them a few miles away and release them... but he is out of town for a few days and I can't drive.
Wtf do I do??
TLDR; I set up a no-kill mouse trap but quickly realized that mice will kill and eat each other while trapped, and now I have no idea what to do.
** Hey guys! My inbox is flooded and not sure I'll be able to get back to everyone so...
>What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
Planning on playing games and surfing the web mostly. Games include Valorant, RDR2, LOL, CSGO and more. Hopefully compatible with 4k gaming
>What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
2k for everything, I am a bit flexible +-a couple Benjamins
>When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
Want to start ASAP
>What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (Tower/OS/monitor/keyboard/mouse/etc)
Need pretty much everything. Tower, OS, monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers
>Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
In philly, PA and it seems like I have a Microcenter not too far.
>**If reusing any parts... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm just a simple person that likes to know how the pro players of this game move their mouses. That can't make sense to some people, but for me is interesting and curious figuring out how they play, and I want to share it with you.
Feel free to add any player to the list.
Wunder: 1800 DPI / 50 In-Game
Jankos: 1600 DPI / 50 In-Game
Caps: 3200 DPI / 50 In-Game
Perkz: 3400 DPI / 50 In-Game
Mikyx: 1600 DPI / 50 In-Game
Selfmade: 800 DPI / 25 In-Game (Mouse Acceleration: On)
Nemesis: 2000 DPI / 50 In-Game
Rekkles: 1600 DPI / 50 In-Game
Hylissang: 1200 DPI / 50 In-Game
Carzzy: 1900 DPI / 55 In-Game
Kaiser: 3000 DPI / 50 In-Game
Finn: 2100 DPI / 50 In-Game
Inspired: 1600 / 60 In-Game
Larssen: 3200 DPI / 50 In-Game
Hans sama: 1500 DPI / 60 In-Game
Jenax: 2400 DPI / 50 In-Game
ZaZee: 2300 DPI / 50 In-Game
Crownshot: 2500 DPI / 50 In-Game
Caedrel: 2400 DPI / 5... keep reading on reddit ➡
So we’ve lived in this house for a little over a year and the entire time we’ve had intermittent mouse infestations. We’ve had the exterminator here numerous times and have sealed every area they have suggested but still had problems. It was to the point where they gave up and said “well they can squeeze in through anywhere” so we basically spray foamed around our entire foundation. This most recent infestation we’ve had enough. These little critters liked to live in our crawl space above the laundry room and basement bathroom but they never came up for food in our kitchen so I had no idea what they were living off of. We took off all the drop ceiling that we could downstairs, ripped out all the insulation (gross) and found tons of nesting and acorns. FINALLY we found the entry point. A huge hole where there used to be a dryer vent. Apparently when the previous owners added on the deck, they moved the location of the dryer vent and never bothered to seal the old one. The deck is low t... keep reading on reddit ➡
I lose fights versus scavs regularly.I sneak from start till end.I avoid fights at all cost and if I have to fight I usually shoot and run away.I'm such a mouse that at one time I hear some noise in the bushes and camped for 25minutes only to realise that I was the source of that noice.
I do my quests by waiting until the last 10 minutes.
I do NOT feel safe right now.
Have 8-10 years experience from consulting, finance, and operations in healthcare. Know my way around pretty well on a PC with a normal mouse and two screens. Need help navigating the MacBook world in excel. Not sure I like the Magic Mouse but I’m certain with some more knowledge and repetitions with the quick keys/short cuts I can get back up to speed. Thanks for any help.
EDIT: just to clarify, it’s a leadership position so not required to be in it all the time. But have a deep analytics background and like to do my own work. Use it mostly to model and forecast. Not working with large databases.