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 Ragnarok.Jessikah
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By Ragnarok.Jessikah 2021-09-13 17:04:59  
I did a really stupid thing today... I got into an argument with someone on Facebook. Thankfully it didn't take me very long to recognize it wasn't going anywhere so I just blocked notifications.

I won't get into specifics, but the other person started pulling the equivalent of "Well my dad works at Nintendo, so nyeh!" >_>;
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By Deathsightt 2021-09-13 17:08:39  
My random thought.. I want to make Murgleis, but honestly does it have any real use outside of MACC and Wave 3? I wish it would hold a candle to other DD options RDM has, but it looks like it fails there. What are yalls thoughts?
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By Ragnarok.Ghishlain 2021-09-13 17:45:02  
Ragnarok.Jessikah said: »
I did a really stupid thing today... I got into an argument with someone on Facebook. Thankfully it didn't take me very long to recognize it wasn't going anywhere so I just blocked notifications.

I won't get into specifics, but the other person started pulling the equivalent of "Well my dad works at Nintendo, so nyeh!" >_>;

Good call. It's rare that an internet argument actually nets anything meaningful if one party just covers their ears and goes "blah blah blah"
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By Valefor.Prothescar 2021-09-13 18:27:28  
So there's an ff9 remake listed in that new nvidia/steam leak
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By Draylo 2021-09-13 18:33:13  
A remake for 9? I would think they would do 8 first but I would love playing 9 again
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By Valefor.Prothescar 2021-09-13 18:35:59  
Chrono Cross remaster too
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By Ragnarok.Ghishlain 2021-09-13 18:53:06  
Valefor.Prothescar said: »
Chrono Cross remaster too

I will believe it when I see it at this point xD It would be nice to see though.
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By Pantafernando 2021-09-13 19:15:26  
Deathsightt said: »
My random thought.. I want to make Murgleis, but honestly does it have any real use outside of MACC and Wave 3? I wish it would hold a candle to other DD options RDM has, but it looks like it fails there. What are yalls thoughts?

Well depends on your personal strategy. Being pragmatic, being more sentimental, its all valid. No right or wrong.

Personally im more in the pragmatic side. I have my own list of priorities considering first the job then the enhancement an item can provide. After that, even making a weapon for lockstyle purposes seems valid to me
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By Freehugs 2021-09-13 19:17:02  
My grandma fell on her back porch today at 2pm and was out there til 8pm. Not sure if she broke anything but she's talking. The EMTs are with her now. Totally sucks. I really hope she will be fine.
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By Asura.Eiryl 2021-09-13 20:21:47  
Oh billy that leaked list of new games.

Chrono Cross Remaster
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By Ragnarok.Jessikah 2021-09-13 20:28:25  
Freehugs said: »
My grandma fell on her back porch today at 2pm and was out there til 8pm. Not sure if she broke anything but she's talking. The EMTs are with her now. Totally sucks. I really hope she will be fine.
Sending well-wishes her way.

Not looking forward to getting into that age range. I'm already to the point where every time I fall or bonk something it hurts for months. A couple of years ago I went to my parents house to shovel and fell on my tailbone three times. The whole "walk like a penguin" thing doesn't work when you have to go into a karate stance to move saturated snow...

On the topic of health and safety, I installed three smoke alarms and two fire extinguishers in our house over the weekend. Something happened to a close friend recently and it really woke me up.
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By Pantafernando 2021-09-13 20:35:25  
Last year i bought a fire extinguisher too, because its really the most basic item for safety.

Also, its on my list some real training on first aid. It should be something basic for everyone imo.
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By Josiahafk 2021-09-14 01:07:29  
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By alzeerffxi 2021-09-14 04:43:07  
what's the commands to show up DW in gearinfo?
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By Freehugs 2021-09-14 06:40:25  
My grandma broke her hip. Not totally great but it could have been worse. Surgery today and then rehab. Thanks everyone for the well wishes and good vibes. :)
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By Freehugs 2021-09-14 06:44:49  
Birb to lighten the mood
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By Ragnarok.Jessikah 2021-09-14 07:48:45  
Yo, that's one sick bird!
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By Nadleeh Sakurai 2021-09-14 10:01:01  
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By Valefor.Prothescar 2021-09-14 10:48:30  
Alright gamers. I ordered 8 different flavors of Gfuel. I'm ready to die
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By Ragnarok.Jessikah 2021-09-14 11:31:29  
You know how most people don't want to eat the same restaurant they work at because they see behind the scenes and realize how gross it can be? The construction industry is so much the same. It's wild.

This roof I was designing had a nice open space in the attic for storage. But when you have a floor system within the roof truss, you have to run it as commercial (makes the rules a bit more strict). I noticed, though, that the trusses were running better than expected, so I looked at the loading. The loading looked fine. Then I printed it out to look at the finer details and read some of the numbers and found out it was using numbers associated with residential loading.

So I sent an email to the idiots who provide our software and they came back with "It's a known issue"
If it's a known issue, why aren't you telling anyone?! How many people didn't notice this was a problem and sent out roofs designed to support barely half the load they need to?!
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By Ragnarok.Ghishlain 2021-09-14 14:42:39  
Ragnarok.Jessikah said: »
You know how most people don't want to eat the same restaurant they work at because they see behind the scenes and realize how gross it can be? The construction industry is so much the same. It's wild.

This roof I was designing had a nice open space in the attic for storage. But when you have a floor system within the roof truss, you have to run it as commercial (makes the rules a bit more strict). I noticed, though, that the trusses were running better than expected, so I looked at the loading. The loading looked fine. Then I printed it out to look at the finer details and read some of the numbers and found out it was using numbers associated with residential loading.

So I sent an email to the idiots who provide our software and they came back with "It's a known issue"
If it's a known issue, why aren't you telling anyone?! How many people didn't notice this was a problem and sent out roofs designed to support barely half the load they need to?!

This hurts me on so many levels >.>; That's just wild..
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By Asura.Eiryl 2021-09-14 14:46:50  
You can literally expect that on/in absolutely everything.

If the cost of fixing is higher than the expected payout / penalty. It isn't done. No matter the location. No matter the industry. They'll get a 1% "cost of business" fine when a dozen people die and they get sued. And everything goes on as though nothing happened. Song as old as time.
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By Ragnarok.Jessikah 2021-09-14 15:30:56  
On the other hand, though, I do take quite a bit of solace knowing from school the mind-boggling number of safety factors that go into wood-framed structures.

We basically assume wood is about 10% as strong as it actually is, which covers some 99.97% of the margin of error, and then assume it's supporting 10x as much weight as it actually is, which covers another 99.97% of the margin for error on the other spectrum. The overlap of the wood being weaker than factored against its factored load is impossibly small. (You'd basically have to have a party of people shoulder-to-shoulder jumping up and down simultaneously over a piece of lumber where all of the underlying material is knotty before anything broke.)

So even if someone has sent out a roof at 0.55 GSL instead of 0.80 GSL, I'm not convinced anyone is in any real danger.
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By Ragnarok.Ghishlain 2021-09-14 16:03:33  
Well, that's nice peace of mind there at least.

Do steel and concrete frames get the same level of scrutiny? I imagine that's more of a commercial / industrial application question versus residential application.
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By Pantafernando 2021-09-14 16:31:33  
If anything, civil engineering already works with overestimated safety factors, because there isnt that much difference in terms of costs projecting a structure to last 10 or 50 years.

That said, i think the greatest danger in constructions is material. If you use poor quality materials to build your pillars, then youre in very deep ***.

Ragnarok.Ghishlain said: »
Well, that's nice peace of mind there at least.

Do steel and concrete frames get the same level of scrutiny? I imagine that's more of a commercial / industrial application question versus residential application.

Good thing about concrete is that it bends a lot before breaking. Its not a sudden failure.

If you see a hole growing in the floor/ceiling, you know you need to leave asap that place.
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By Freehugs 2021-09-14 17:01:23  
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By Ragnarok.Jessikah 2021-09-14 17:13:49  
Ragnarok.Ghishlain said: »
Well, that's nice peace of mind there at least.

Do steel and concrete frames get the same level of scrutiny? I imagine that's more of a commercial / industrial application question versus residential application.
Steel is by far the most consistent material. I'd check my Steel Design Manual, but I'm pretty sure the factor for steel is as high as 0.90. Concrete is somewhere around the 0.80 range if it's cast in a controlled environment (pre-cast) and only about 0.65 or so if it's cast-in-place.

Wood starts out at 0.90 or something as well, but has about a dozen other factors which reduce it to about 0.20 for most applications, such as the duration of the load, how moist its environment is, etc.

And then when you're loading the material, you assume every couple of square feet has a 200lb person standing on it, and before any loads are calculated you factor the dead load (self-weight of permanently fixed materials) by 1.25 and the live load (everything else) by 1.50.

Panta is also correct about concrete showing signs of failure looong before it fails structurally. But all building materials are treated like that. If you ever notice a big crack in your residential drywall or the concrete face of a building, an inspector should be notified. That's why I was so surprised when that apartment in Florida collapsed a little while ago, knowing that there should have been signs of failure. In fact, that was the case -- apparently people had been complaining for years about pipes bursting and giant cracks forming. Just nobody did anything about it... :/
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By Leviathan.Celebrindal 2021-09-14 17:22:15  
Ragnarok.Jessikah said: »
That's why I was so surprised when that apartment in Florida collapsed a little while ago, knowing that there should have been signs of failure. In fact, that was the case -- apparently people had been complaining for years about pipes bursting and giant cracks forming. Just nobody did anything about it... :/

Sadly true. As early as 2018 an independent consultant advised the owners of critical repairs.
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By alzeerffxi 2021-09-15 01:24:28  
Valefor.Prothescar said: »
So there's an ff9 remake listed in that new nvidia/steam leak
BRO chrono cross and FF tactics too
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By Ragnarok.Jessikah 2021-09-15 07:47:56  
My hype is only at 10% for those right now.

1. While credible, a leak is still just a leak. We don't know if it's totally true, or how far along they are if it is. They could get cancelled or scrapped dozens of times and take years before release.

2. Getting too hype now will swell our expectations too high and we'll be disappointed whenever it does happen.

3. There's way too high of a likelihood that they're going to mess these up somehow.
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