Comments for Entropic Memes http://www.slugsite.com Random musings on history, politics and more Mon, 27 Oct 2014 12:35:10 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 Comment on Comcast Blocking SSH Traffic? by pingado http://www.slugsite.com/archives/690#comment-281884 Mon, 27 Oct 2014 12:35:10 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/690#comment-281884 Likely that the reason some people can login but not transfer files via SSH is that the ISP only drops packets once they hit the MTU (1500 bytes). So a shell session works fine, while transferring a couple files can fail.

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by neighbor http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-273558 Thu, 16 Oct 2014 12:31:58 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-273558 There graffiti accross the street it has Large S with line thru it in Red, What does that mean?

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by Tiffany http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-268451 Thu, 02 Oct 2014 07:49:17 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-268451 I noticed that the back window on my car was marked with the what looks like
“S.P.I” Then either “R.R” or “RxR”
Just curious if this is anything anyone has seen or what it means.
Thank you

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by Catherine Askew http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-261961 Thu, 04 Sep 2014 09:30:05 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-261961 the graffiti I spotted on sidewalks and streets is blue and white, a six-pointed star above two stripes that are like the 3 stripes of a sergeant in the army…..I’ve never seen it before….can you identify>

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Comment on Painless Debian Traffic Graphs by Alberto Reyes http://www.slugsite.com/archives/368#comment-259979 Mon, 25 Aug 2014 15:56:08 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/368#comment-259979 Wow!!! I like the way to make it simple!!! 10 minutes configuration of 3 interfaces with no experience of mrtg!!!!
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Comment on Most Awkward Sentence Ever by Randino2001 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1533#comment-257852 Wed, 13 Aug 2014 12:18:00 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1533#comment-257852 The Roman Empire, updated all the way to…Dr. Zimmerman’s 1947?!?? And the closest the commenter (astonishingly off topic, I might add) could diatribe into present day was a reference to Ron Paul? Wow. Just…wow.

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by redmountainwoman http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-256546 Thu, 07 Aug 2014 18:20:20 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-256546 I live in the country and the 21 post marker was tagged and the curbside as well–I believe it is BUSE? or BUSCE?

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Comment on Of Strangers, Relatives, and… Rice by SaapLai http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1521#comment-254567 Tue, 29 Jul 2014 01:05:45 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1521#comment-254567 Please read “Culture and Customs of the Hmong” by Gary Y. Lee and Nicholas Tapp and refer to page 145-148 for more information about Hmong culinary traditions. You can read it for free on Google.

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Comment on Of Strangers, Relatives, and… Rice by SaapLai http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1521#comment-254565 Tue, 29 Jul 2014 00:55:22 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1521#comment-254565 “Sticky rice” is most definitely not unique to Hmong cuisine. Glutinous rice can be found in traditional recipes of most Asian countries and ethnic groups. It’s often used in dessert recipes, not as a staple rice. The ethnic Lao people of Thailand and Laos are arguably the biggest consumers and cultivators of glutinous rice. It is truly a staple food for ethnic Lao people and consumed with nearly every traditional Lao meal. How does this relate to Hmong people and cuisine, you may wonder? The majority of Hmong in the U.S. emigrated from Laos where they adopted most of their “traditional Hmong” recipes and cuisine from their SE Asian neighbors: the Lao, Thai, and Vietnamese. If you research the history of Hmong “traditional” dishes, you will discover they are not actually Hmong in origin or even name! Of course the Hmong are happy to let you believe these tasty dishes were originally created by them. However, when Hmong share their traditional foods, they are actually promoting the food of other ethnic groups. So if a dish is meant to be accompanied by sticky rice, it’s most likely an ethnic Lao dish.

The black or purple rice thing with savory foods, however, seems to be a Hmong phenomena.

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by LucieClara http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-254292 Sun, 27 Jul 2014 09:55:35 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-254292 Yes, I was going to ask about the sideways R in regards to the horse being tagged. It’s awful!

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by tori http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-254246 Sun, 27 Jul 2014 05:23:46 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-254246 Yes about the sideways R sometype of group attacked a poor inasant lady’s 4yr old horse marking the sideways R on everything including the horse please let me know if it means anything particular this really has me courios

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by Betty http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-253079 Mon, 21 Jul 2014 13:05:40 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-253079 Does anyone know if a sideways R means anything in particular ?

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by Naom http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-251350 Sun, 13 Jul 2014 08:42:11 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-251350 was wondering if any one knew what HKLS means. this was spray painted on a friends window, in northern indiana

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Comment on Y Kant Gangstars Rite? by Red http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1341#comment-248226 Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:14:27 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1341#comment-248226 Wait…Jewish Crips???

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Comment on Writing on the Wall: More Graffiti by Red http://www.slugsite.com/archives/826#comment-248224 Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:12:07 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/826#comment-248224 Maybe the “187 Dreamer” tag was left by a Conservative Vice Lord who opposes the DREAM Act? I’m on a roll here! LMAO!

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by Red http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-248222 Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:04:48 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-248222 Conservative Vice Lords…OMG, I’m laughing my head off! I know nothing of gang culture, really, so I’m picturing some homeboy dissing liberal economic policies and saying things like, “Yo, dudes, I just be sayin’ that I shouldn’t have to use my hawd-earned coke dollas to pay fo’ my bitches’ health care. Dat shit’s f***ed up, yo.” Say it out loud and you’ll be laughing too!

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by Tiffany Rolofson http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-248013 Mon, 30 Jun 2014 17:21:31 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-248013 I came home to ” hts ” tagged on my fence. I am in Fresno
Does anyone know what this could mean.

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Comment on One Easy Way to Build a Bomb by Marlee http://www.slugsite.com/archives/201#comment-245249 Sat, 21 Jun 2014 08:23:04 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/201#comment-245249 I tried to follow your instructions as best I could It don’t say precisely how much of each ingredient to add can you post amounts plz? Thanks

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Comment on Down the Rabbit Hole by Al http://www.slugsite.com/archives/988#comment-245020 Fri, 20 Jun 2014 20:14:05 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/988#comment-245020 Ok. A couple of things:

This looks like a NYC manhole by the way the chimney is set up.

That’s not straw on the manhole floor. It’s cut offs from the wires he’s splicing. And all manholes have floors. Usually mud covered concrete.

The headset is used to establish a “talk pair” or utilize a working telephone line to communicate with other splicers at other locations.

The “transformer”, I believe is just a form for enclosing a lead splice. Most cables of this era were jacketed with lead and the splice cases were created by forming hot lead over the cable pairs.

The “asbestos” is a group of cable pairs wrapped to maintain their grouping or keep them out of the splicer’s way. It’s likely just muslin.

The fabric is cotton sleaving. It was used as a insulator inspllicing as well as tying up groups within a splice. It’s
Also used as a all around rope, just because it’s handy and plentiful.

The manhole ring at the top of the chimney is very temporary. It’s used to protect the employee and the splice from falling debris and water. It only takes a minute to set up.

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Comment on Deciphering Gang Graffiti by lobo http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-236155 Sat, 24 May 2014 11:28:42 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/825#comment-236155 I’m in Panama… the country, not the city in Florida, and we’ve had some youth gangs coming up from the neighboring city, Ciudad de David since a new road was built. It’s a slim chance anyone on here has insight into latin gangs here, but we had our front gate tagged (not very large, seemed like a message to mark our house). Although we couldn’t decipher all of it, the word (spelled in this way, not the way the band spells it) METTALLICA with some other symbolS. To the left of this, directly next to our entrance gate there was an X with a five-pointed star above it. Unfortunately, I washed it off this morning before taking a photo. Any educated guesses on the meanings or gang name of this tag?

Thanks in advance.

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Comment on Tracking the Odyssey Explorer (and Most Other Ships, Too) by NIK http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1090#comment-235194 Wed, 21 May 2014 19:11:31 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/1090#comment-235194 THIS IS OLD INFO AND IT SUCKS. EAT A FART.

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Comment on Writing on the Wall: More Graffiti by michele http://www.slugsite.com/archives/826#comment-231130 Sun, 04 May 2014 16:48:28 +0000 http://www.slugsite.com/archives/826#comment-231130 can anyone tell me what STK with a underline with an arrow at end of the undermean means and the word SYKE WITH TWO UNDERLINES UNDERNEATH AND SOME KIND OF CIRCLE WITH A SMALLER CIRCLE IN IT ON TOP OF THE Y IN SYKE MEANS? so it reads syke stk thanks

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