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  • ghostsniper September 6, 2021, 10:21 AM

    everytime i turn on this win 10 machine i’m bombarded with idiocy
    maybe i can break the switch

    • Dan September 6, 2021, 4:07 PM

      Ghost, You need to quit visiting leftist websites….

    • Dan September 6, 2021, 4:24 PM

      I have a laptop where the latest Win10 update failed to install and I crashed it to get back to the desktop. But in doing so, I lost ability to get to “Settings.” This means I cannot to a rollback to its previous state. I was on the verge of buying a new laptop when I found a lone, calm, English-speaking video where the proprietor carefully and step-by-step walked me through the answer.

      Leo Notenboom (certainly NOT Leo Laporte, who is useless) https://askleo.com/recent-entries/

      In short, if you can’t get to anything because “Settings” is unavailable, start your machine and during bootup, turn it off by holding the power button. Do it again. This tells Windows the machine needs help and opens a troubleshooting window. Mr. Notenboom then carefully walked through all the options. I did as he said and rolled the machine back to before the failed update install. It’s working perfectly now.

      • ghostsniper September 6, 2021, 5:39 PM

        Leo LaPorte, now that’s a name I hadn’t heard in awhile.
        My Win 10 machines are only for online stuff as I find them completely unuseable for anything else. My 3 workhorses are WinXP. I have 3 more brand new XP towers in the boxes on the shelf.

    • James ONeil September 7, 2021, 9:50 AM

      Never did do Windows. Started with Apple II, went through a number of Mac iterations and have been Linuxing for last 8 or 10 years.

  • MarkInKansas September 6, 2021, 11:49 AM

    That last one is correct. There’s very little to differentiate one crossover SUV soccer-mom car from another. It’s terrible. My 2000 Malibu is not a spectacular car, but it’s more stylish than most cars coming off today’s assembly lines.

    • Sid V September 6, 2021, 1:36 PM

      And what’s with every car manufacturer nowadays plastering an I-pad to the top of the dashboard, not even trying to integrate it within the overall dash design? They look ridiculous. One hopes it’s a passing fad but I doubt it.

  • Kevin in PA September 6, 2021, 11:56 AM

    If one were to put cement in the toilets of those businesses mandating vaccines, should the cement be stirred or simply pour and flush?

    Asking for a friend.

    • ghostsniper September 6, 2021, 12:33 PM

      use hydraulic cement and flush
      it’ll cost $10k to repair

  • Kevin in PA September 6, 2021, 11:57 AM

    …also, my friend wishes to know if the cement should be poured into the water tank, or the bowl, or both?

    He is a curious fellow and asks a lot of questions.

    • William Odle September 6, 2021, 2:25 PM

      Yes, it should

  • JHALM September 6, 2021, 12:36 PM

    I’ll leave the explanation of the specific procedure to others, but after you’re done, don’t forget the “Out Of Order” sign to give things time to harden.

    • James ONeil September 7, 2021, 7:56 AM

      Plaster of Paris sets up faster, no need for out of order sign, looks just like the toilet’s white china & one 5 pound bag does 12 toilets
      so they tell me….

  • Redgrandma September 6, 2021, 12:41 PM

    I’m just a lurker here but I have to let you know how much I love American Digest.

  • BroKen September 6, 2021, 1:11 PM

    Kevin, cement in a toilet tank would likely destroy the toilet and it would cost a few hundred dollars to replace, mostly labor. Cement flushed down the bowl could solidify in the drain pipes down from the toilet likely causing every drain in the building to back-up. Depending on the size of the building and the design of the plumbing, it could easily cost 10s of thousands of dollars to repair, if repair were even feasible. Maybe some plumbers have industrial strength snakes that will chip through cement, but I doubt it. They may be coming, though. My questions are, how do you determine how much cement is needed? Might their be a way to hold a bolus of cement in place a few dozen yards down-pipe from the toilet so that it has maximum effect on the building and doesn’t just wash away in peices as it solidifies? Could something that expands as it gets wet be added so it really plugs the pipe completely as it solidifies? Maybe a tube sock would work with those water expanding toys in the toe and the cement behind, tied with a string the proper length from the toilet to which it is hooked to place it for maximum effect. I imagine that is how McGyver would do it. I would rather see something like this applied to abortion clinics, though.

    • ghostsniper September 6, 2021, 5:55 PM

      Concrete in the tank is useless. The tank can be replaced for $50 or so. And the concrete won’t go through the flapper.

      To get serious about it, the concrete powder should be mixed in a 5 gal bucket with water, then dumped in the bowl so that the vacuum in the P Trap is broken and the toilet will self flush pulling the mix into the drain pipes. If it is a toilet on the first floor the horizontal run of the waste line will drop at 1/8″ per foot which is a slow enough speed to allow the hydraulic cement to set up (get hard).

      If the toilet if on the 2nd floor or higher the weight of the concrete in the drainpipe may makes the pipe sag causing the water and concrete to become stationary as water doesn’t run up hill. As the concrete backs up in the waste line the weight will increase and the drainpipe may collapse saturating everything below it. If the pipe does not collapse the concrete mix will solidify and the entire line will need to be removed and replaced.

      Back to the first floor scenario. If the building is on a concrete slab the wastelines will rund under the concrete slab. There is no way to removed set concrete from wastelines without destroying the pipes. The is no way to remove the now filled with concrete pipes. The only solution I can think of right now would be to saw cut the concrete slab from the toilet to an exterior wall, install a new wasteline that would then go underground to the septic or sewer system. I did something similar once where a client wanted to build a mother-in-law quarters on the rear of their existing house complete with a new bathroom and a small kitchen. The new wastelines ran out the side of the new addition, down along the existing house, and was connected to the sewer line out at the street.

      The hardest part will be getting the very heavy concrete into the commercial establishment without being caught.

      • TrangBang68 September 6, 2021, 8:24 PM

        That would be the challenge wouldn’t it?

  • Anonymous September 6, 2021, 2:16 PM

    That’s why I’m always trying to get into someone else’s car

  • BroKen September 7, 2021, 1:53 PM

    Here’s a potential high tech solution. Make a smart snake, something like what they use to examine the real human plumbing but bigger, stronger, not necessarily faster. Go in through the drain of a neighboring building. Once in the sewer find the target drain connection either from building plans or maybe send a marker like string or dye through a target toilet. Pump cement through a tube (part of the high tech snake) to seal all the drains of the target building at once. Retract the snake and leave the building.