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Here's another one...

Hunter Biden’s laptop

This thread is specifically for the contents of Hunter Biden is laptop, please when posting check your source for corroborating evidence.



When the evidence started popping up ...  it was locked after 8 replies
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Nice expensive evening
« Last post by Shield45 on Yesterday at 04:42:00 PM »
Motor starting capacitors are the most common issue in AC’s.
They cost $5-15 at an electric supply (except in Austin) or $10-15 off Amazon delivered tomorrow.

They are easy to install. Make a note of current push-on connectors on old capacitor remove and replace.

By the way, there is another way to get the AC running again, using an electric drill to start the fan blade running, but you need to think it through well the process and what’s going to happen (like how the drill *instantly* disconnects once the fan starts ).
:)
Water hose does same and way safer.


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I could tell y'all some stories about FirearmsTalkForum that would make Y'all blush! Most of the administrators and moderators are pretty much closet Democrats. FTF became pretty much "woke" a few years ago.
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shore's lotta gun sites............ :th_thicon_question:
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I made a typo - it is Vertical Scope...

I looked, and I don't see Firearmstalk listed among the ones they own, however:

1911Forum.com
1911Talk.com
68Forums.com
700Rifle.com
ACRForum.com
AirSoftSniperForum.com
AR15Forums.com
ArmsLocker.com
BersapistolForum.com
BlowgunForum.com
ColtForum.com
DefensiveCarry.com
FloridaConcealedCarry.com
FNForum.net
GearHog.com
Glock.pro
GlockForum.net
GrayBeardOutdoors.com
GunBlog.com
GunBoards.com
Gunco.net
GunForums.net
GunHub.com
GunnerForum.com
GunListings.org
HandgunForum.net
HandgunsandAmmunition.com
HKPro.com
KahrForum.com
KeltecForum.com
KimberTalk.com
M14Forum.com
MarlinOwners.com
MassCops.com
MP-Pistol.com
NationalGunForum.com
PistolSmith.com
RimFireCentral.com
RugerForum.net
RugerPistolForums.com
ShootersForum.com
ShootersRealm.com
ShotgunForums.com
Sigarms556.com
SigTalk.com
SlingshotForum.com
SmithandWessonForums.com
SniperForums.com
TaurusArmed.net
TheAKForum.net
TheFirearmBlog.com
UtahConcealedCarry.com
WaltherForums.com
XCRForum.com
XDTalk.com
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I have quit several other gun forums as that Canadian company bought them for advertising.


The very 1st thing they did was assign their own moderators,  and it was painfully obvious that those new moderators were antigun liberals.

I watched one of the largest gun forums systematically drive off,  and find lame excuses , to ban all the oldest members.

These moderators were obviously intentionally picking fights with the oldest forum members to invent an excuse to ban them. 


This is not much different than  the blatant assault on conservatives that's happening right now on Twitter and Facebook.

I got banned on Twitter for saying Adam Schiff  should have been arrested for TREASON.

Judicial Watch & Tom Fitton was running a thread discussing schiffs lieing, and for the part he played in lieing his azz off to try and remove a Potus.

Boom. Banned.

So get used to it. Liberals own the media.
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Nice expensive evening
« Last post by Shipwreck on Yesterday at 12:41:59 PM »
Well, I have back and neck problems. If I had tried to get down on the ground and do this - knowing it would take me longer than the repair guy... I'd have to see the chiropractor several times by the time I was done......

But yea - I looked online to see the price after the guy left - Mucho $ for a cheap part with the install.
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Nice expensive evening
« Last post by TXAZ on Yesterday at 08:48:57 AM »
Motor starting capacitors are the most common issue in AC’s.
They cost $5-15 at an electric supply (except in Austin) or $10-15 off Amazon delivered tomorrow.

They are easy to install. Make a note of current push-on connectors on old capacitor remove and replace.

By the way, there is another way to get the AC running again, using an electric drill to start the fan blade running, but you need to think it through well the process and what’s going to happen (like how the drill *instantly* disconnects once the fan starts ).
:)
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Nice expensive evening
« Last post by Old Smoke on Yesterday at 06:06:35 AM »
I got home to find the a/c out this evening. Got home around 5:40pm. Outside unit would not spin. I tried a few things, but no luck. So, after calling a couple a/c companies - 1 of them actually answered at almost 6pm.

And $368 later, it's fixed. Blown capacitor...

Nice, expensive evening...

It was already 82F inside.


is that something that is "plug and play", or it has to be soldered into place?


i ask cuz i had a heater fuse (i guess it's called) blow out on my drier, and i had to pay about $100 for labor and like $15.00 for the part, and THAT was "plug and play", so next time, i'll do it myself.
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Nice expensive evening
« Last post by Shield45 on Yesterday at 05:46:40 AM »
368 for a 15 dollar capacitor.
Glad you got it up n running quickly

Had mine ckd earlier this yr and it needed 2 lbs of R22 I was lucky as I have a “friend”who did it. Only cost me 150 total. He usually gets a 100 a lb for R22 now plus service call I got about 1/2 off.

I know enough about AC to ck the start cap and Ive swapped a few over the yrs. If your unit(s) are up in yrs a spare on hand is not a bad idea.


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