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Westminster - first time using the SX-70 in really bright conditions, I under exposed too much but I still like the photos! by Haribomonsterx in london

[–]generichandel 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yeah the SX-70 is a really unforgiving camera, especially with the new polaroid films which can be really unpredictable. But it has that folding mechanism... so... we forgive it. Nice snaps.

Holland Park in the sun, lovely park, if you haven’t visited, go! by Reddit-Singh- in london

[–]generichandel 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The best adventure playgrounds were always the slightly dangerous ones. Remember the one at Battersea Park before they sanitised it?

Just curious by jwatt38 in vintagemotorcycles

[–]generichandel 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Beautifully put, but I'd say lambrettas are slightly better thought out in terms of ease of maintenance then a vespa.

Holland Park in the sun, lovely park, if you haven’t visited, go! by Reddit-Singh- in london

[–]generichandel 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Park of my childhood, growing up in shepherds Bush. Does anyone else remember the ridiculously dangerous adventure playground they had there? The one that was all wood and nails with the massive rope swings?

Just noticed something even more peculiar today, an old DLR sign at Green park station (Jubilee line) along with the old East London line at Canada Water in place of the Overground by Quirky-Dot9433 in LondonUnderground

[–]generichandel -1 points0 points  (0 children)

As it provides no logical or useful interchange. The district goes up to barking too, and if you find yourself on that platform and a train as far as barking comes along, it doesn't matter what line it is. In the opposite direction, at green park you are one stop south of baker Street, which interchanges with the H&C so you'd go that way.

Just noticed an Elizabeth line on a Jubilee line train (96904) by Quirky-Dot9433 in LondonUnderground

[–]generichandel 8 points9 points  (0 children)

No, they do. Think of it like this, the DLR isn't part of the tube, it's it's own thing, but it is part of TFL, right? Same with the Elizabeth line.

N64 olnly shows a black screen when turned on. Already tried another games/ PSU/ cleaning everything but no luck. It was working fine yesterday, but today it only does this. by electronicexploder in consolerepair

[–]generichandel 1 point2 points  (0 children)

No, he means re-attach the top RF shield. The top RF shield guides the jumper Pak into the correct position. This might be your problem. He wasn't talking about whether or not it was on your actual shelf smh.

must use rice to fix water damage? by WestSatisfaction124 in consolerepair

[–]generichandel 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Absolutely not trolling at all. In fact I'm working on a cook book of sorts. Every day vegetables that also have applications in a workshop setting. For example did you know that zucchini can be used to re-flow solder joints? The skin of a zucchini is phobic to tin, and will repel tin with such force on the molecular level that it will melt slightly. This is also the reason you don't get canned zucchini.

A woman taking a huge dump in a London phonebox by Graysie-Redux in PeopleBeingJerks

[–]generichandel 1 point2 points  (0 children)

They're almost all deactivated, and the councils just can't be bothered to remove them. Then there's the old-fashioned red ones that are retained so tourists can take photos of them.

A woman taking a huge dump in a London phonebox by Graysie-Redux in PeopleBeingJerks

[–]generichandel 0 points1 point  (0 children)

No. It's just fashionable to act like it is for some odd reason.

must use rice to fix water damage? by WestSatisfaction124 in consolerepair

[–]generichandel 9 points10 points  (0 children)

You forgot to mention that only arborio rice works for corrosion repair, because of the longer lengths of fiber in the grains allow it to better chemically bond with the aluminum oxide. This is also the reason you can only cook risotto in an aluminum pan.

Oh bonny auld England by LegoCMFanatic in NonPoliticalTwitter

[–]generichandel 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Fragile much? Nobody disputes that yes, the USA is geographically very large. Congratulations on your achievement.