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  1. I have a friend that lives in the [Hub City Lofts](hubcitylofts.com) , and they’re really nice. Although you’d likely have an easier (and cheaper) time looking more toward midtown. However the larger apartment complexes won’t all be very nice.

  2. Generally, people are pretty tolerant and aside from now and again, people keep bigoted comments to themselves. So I definitely wouldn’t say it’s the norm. And being a college town, there’s a lot of like-minded people that lean to the left, so you shouldn’t have any trouble there.

  3. Bianchi’s has great pizza. There are a lot of new restaurants popping up too. There are a ton of bars, with a variety of atmospheres, so I would recommend checking a few out until you find one that you like.

Hope this helps!

Maybe I haven't been in awhile, but the only three times I've had it, it's been incredibly overpriced and the service was horrible. I think it's a place that could be great with better management, but for now, I just go to Mercury Pizza.

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I actually just had it today, and you’re not wrong! I worked there in high school and it was severely mismanaged and had an abysmal turnover rate. But the food is what I care most about and they make a mean pie.

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Are you using a low pressure soap tip on the wand? Generally the detergent pickups won't work very well with a high pressure tip on.

Priming the pickup may be an issue as well, but if you aren't using a soap tip it won't work well at all.

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Original Poster1 point · 10 days ago

That might be it! I’ll make sure to use the soap tip when I try again, thanks!

The tip is vital. Higher pressure in the systems prevents the soap function from working. The system works like a venturi, and requires the lower pressure water flow to get it to suck the soap in to the stream. That is why there is no on or off valve for the detergent container.

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Original Poster1 point · 10 days ago

Good to know, thanks! That being said, is it necessary to prime the detergent siphon tube beforehand, or will it pump on its own?

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Below is a homework problem for statistics that I've been stuck on for a little while. I've managed to find the test statics for both sections, but I can't figure out how to find the critical values. Even after watching lecture videos, it just seems to be the wrong answer every time. If anyone can point me in the right direction, I'd appreciate it.

Consider the following competing hypotheses and accompanying sample data drawn independently from normally distributed populations.

H0: μ1μ2 ≥ 0

HA: μ1μ2 < 0

Xlong1= 249 Xlong2 = 262

s1 = 35 s2 = 23

n1 = 10 n2 = 10

a-1. Calculate the value of the test statistic under the assumption that the population variances are unknown but equal. (Negative values should be indicated by a minus sign. Round all intermediate calculations to at least 4 decimal places and final answer to 2 decimal places.)

Test statistic : -0.98           

a-2. Calculate the critical value at the 5% level of significance. (Negative value should be indicated by a minus sign. Round your answer to 3 decimal places.)

Critical value : ???            

a-3. Do you reject the null hypothesis at the 5% level?

b-1. Calculate the value of the test statistic under the assumption that the population variances are unknown and are not equal. (Negative values should be indicated by a minus sign. Round all intermediate calculations to at least 4 decimal places and final answer to 2 decimal places.)

Test statistic : -0.98         

b-2. Calculate the critical value at the 5% level of significance. (Negative value should be indicated by a minus sign. Round your answer to 3 decimal places.)

Critical value : ???      

b-3. Do you reject the null hypothesis at the 5% level?

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Might as well

That's a fun fight

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Original Poster2 points · 2 months ago

Believe it or not, it didn't put up much of a fight

Call Walmart/target and ask!

You might could try using something like this leather thimble . Of course you'd probably not want the seam on the tip of your finger where you'll be pressing the fret.

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Hey all, so I'm in the middle of brewing my first batch and I'm not entirely sure when to bottle. It's the Brewer's Best brand Robust Porter. One week after brew day, when the bubbling had slowed considerably, I siphoned it over to secondary fermentation, and it's been 8 days since.

The bubbling has almost completely stopped, and the gravity was at 1.020 two days ago. I plan on taking another reading tomorrow evening.

Would tomorrow be too soon to bottle or would I be good to go?

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I typically consider most beers done fermenting if the gravity reads the same across three days of samples and is within a general attenuation range for the strain (this does not apply to mixed fermentations or souring bacteria). In other words if your gravity is the same on the next sample, you're probably good to go ahead and bottle.
Other considerations: Yeast sometimes needs a little more time after primary fermentation to clean up compounds resulting from the fermentation process. This can help eliminate certain off flavors in your beer. Tasting as you go along will help you identify these flavors and if your beer needs a little more time with the yeast (the internet has a plethora of info about this) . Also, don't bother with a secondary! For most brews on the home brewing scale it provides very minimal benefits and introduces unwanted oxygen. I only secondary with fruit additions or for long term bulk aging (3+ months). Congrats on a first batch, best of luck with future brews

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Original Poster1 point · 6 months ago

Hey thanks a lot! I tasted when we first brewed the wort, when we moved to secondary, and then when I measured the gravity, and it's crazy how much the flavor has changed for the better.

If you're seeing any bubbling today then tomorrow is likely too soon to bottle but airlock activity can be misleading, the only true way to know is to take gravity readings 1-2 days apart and wait for them to match to confirm that fermentation has stopped. If you're already over 2 weeks in you're probably pretty close so check and see if it's still 1.020 and if so go for it. Also, in the future you could leave it in the primary fermenter, it's not going to hurt anything and you risk oxidizing your beer by transferring to another vessel.

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Original Poster1 point · 6 months ago

Great, thanks!

Original Poster1 point · 7 months ago

Not sure how old the ring is. My sister got it from our grandfather a few years ago. Looks like a B with an A and another B inside of it.

Khajiit has dice if you have coin

Original Poster2 points · 8 months ago

One of my first rolls of film. Scanned from a print on my university library's scanner, so it looks blurrier than the photo. Any recommendations on where I can get digital copies from the negatives would be appreciated.

Original Poster1 point · 8 months ago

So this is in southern Mississippi. My first thought was maybe a rat or squirrel's nest, but some of the sticks on the den were about the diameter of my thumb, so maybe something bigger? If it makes a difference, honey bees have also built a hive underneath the floor.

I just found this sub last week and I've been trying to find a place to get a camera but no place seems to have any for within my price range (<$100).

So my question is, where would be a good place to look for a camera that won't break the bank? And beginner advice would be appreciated.

Where are you? I buy everything via the internet and mostly from Ebay.

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I'm out of Mississippi. I did glance over eBay at one point

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So is there no foreseeable PC version?

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So my buddy and I have been wanting to start a campaign together, and we will have a maximum of three people there at once (including myself as DM).

We played through the Mine of Phandelver campaign for a few nights with myself DM'ing and playing as a character and it was pretty fun, but does anyone have any advice or tips on how to best play and DM at the same time?

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I’m a first time DM with 3 players in LMoP, running a PC myself. In order to take the voice away from my PC I gave him a back story where he had his tongue cut out. Seems to work well, my players are fond of him, he can nudge when needed, but during action the emphasis is totally on the other PCs.

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Original Poster1 point · 11 months ago

That's a neat idea!

DMPCs have to be played very sparingly. So once you PCs are done in a shop be like, “So and so bought a shield and mark down a normal price for a shield” And dont try to advance your character. The best thing your character should get is Basic weapons and such and XP&Gold (you can give your PCs more of each instead of acting like its a another PC)

And lastly done fudge dice rolls and not target your DMPC. Unless a dice roll would lead to a TPK keep it. You want to show not basis what so ever.

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Original Poster1 point · 11 months ago

I've been playing it pretty similar to that. Thanks!

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That looks very standard. A new faucet should fit as long as it isn't a bathroom faucet.

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Original Poster1 point · 11 months ago

Actually just got a new faucet in this weekend!

Could be a damaged cartridge or seal? I had the same looking leaks and replaced the cartridge, cost me $20 at Home Depot

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Original Poster1 point · 11 months ago

I'm thinking it may be the seal or a gasket. I'm going to go to lowes after work and see if I can't find one that fits.

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