Profile overview for HomelessJamesBond.
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This user has so far shared a total of 0 links, started a total of 1 discussions and submitted a total of 9 comments.

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What's a social norm you would implement?, submitted: 7/19/2015 12:28:07 AM, 18 points (+19|-1)

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What's a social norm you would implement?, submitted: 7/19/2015 12:28:07 AM, 18 points (+19|-1)

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I'd like to get started in making things out of wood. Where do you suggest I start and how much do you think it would cost? submitted by StoneLaquenta to Woodworking

HomelessJamesBond 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

buy a book, follow a guide. Take every opportunity to learn new techniques. Just screwing together 2x4s will teach that 2x4 projects don't end up being very solid or attractive unless you're already using some more advanced joinery.

I'd say start by buying some basic woodworking HAND tools from somewhere like harbor freight where they are CHEAP. If you find yourself using them and they're breaking or not good enough, upgrade only those tools. Some things you might consider: coping saw, japanese style pull saw, miter box, speed square, chisel set, hand plane, a few clamps, wood glue, basic corded drill and wood drill bits (corded means better power/price ratio). Look up youtube videos of each tool and how it's used effectively. From there, you will start to either get ideas on projects or ideas on jigs to make.

What to do to kill pre-ascension boredom? submitted by Exanimem to pcmasterrace

HomelessJamesBond 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

Get outside and enjoy things that aren't sedentary activities, because you will be spending 99% of your waking hours in front of it for the first few weeks. You might also want to force yourself to complete other obligations that might crop up when PC is in hand. Like do you have to cook stuff? make it in advanced and freeze it. Dirty house? Buy a roomba. Lawn maintenance? Hire someone for a few weeks

You wake up from a coma and it's the year 2050, what's your first question to the doctor near by? submitted by PurpleFlurp to AskVoat

HomelessJamesBond 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I guess I would start with "What year is it?" Because how the fuck would I know?

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deleted by user submitted by MathGrunt to science

HomelessJamesBond 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

So the CRISPR-Cas9 system at the moment has near-zero chance of ever being able to change an adult person's genes. What it IS capable of is easily and efficiently changing genes in a gamete. This is the moral dilemma: If you can do things to help the next generation be better (smarter, healthier, less disease-prone, etc), are you morally obligated to do so? If these changes disrupt a delicate biological balance and end up being harmful, are you then morally culpable? Do you have the right to decide for someone their genetic makeup? Are fertility clinics liable for harmful off-site mutations potentially caused by this method? Will the child be alienated if their parents decide not to do modifications? And many other grey lines.

That being said, this would be huge for eliminating many diseases and increasing overall human happiness if done judiciously. I wish the article would have done more to discuss the ramifications of such a technology.

You wake up from a coma and it's the year 2050, what's your first question to the doctor near by? submitted by PurpleFlurp to AskVoat

HomelessJamesBond 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I guess I would start with "What year is it?" Because how the fuck would I know?

What are easy practical skills we can learn to become more independent and save us money? submitted by EyezOne to AskVoat

HomelessJamesBond 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Making simple repairs on your own car. Or better yet, understanding public transportation if it's available to you.