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what i want to do: $new stuff which is interesting
what i end up doing: power supplies.

i need to re-do the input section still because i want input protection for up to 30V because i want +/-16V supply rails for analog stuff.

@ekaitz_zarraga i'm breaking out the power supply section of the current project anyways and i'll publish that then on github. also i'll try to add more notes to the thread today as i go along :)

@miramarco I use it when I'm trying to pretend everything is fine which just makes it passive aggressive xD

Someone called my voicemail and recorded 30 seconds of some kind of disco funk.

I'm confused.

@ekaitz_zarraga I'd say with a hand made, hand forged or recycled straight razor, stropped with old blue jeans and diamond compound, collecting trimmings and growing oyster mushrooms out of them. Make shaving cream out of hemp oil, bentonite clay stolen from the biggest shittiest corp available, and lye made with a fire you cooked on.

I have a question for the solarpunks here:

What's the most environment-friendly way to shave?


"Simplicity is a great virtue but it requires hard work to achieve it and education to appreciate it. And to make matters worse: complexity sells better"

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blasphemy, misinformation, Adventure Time (s3e7) 

many don't know that the New Testament was originally an animated series

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