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COMMENT 1d ago

Yeah this. My home is fully automated but everything just works like normal if Alexa goes down.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Oh yikes. NSFL.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Come on. Share!

r/askscience 6d ago

Medicine Do mRNA vaccines have the ability to cross the placenta blood barrier?

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COMMENT 6d ago

Cancun of course

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COMMENT 6d ago

What, the ice?

r/gaming 6d ago

Illinois lawmakers want to ban Grand Theft Auto amid a spike in carjackings

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COMMENT 6d ago

As OP literally says, it’s Richard Attenborough’s character

r/gifs 6d ago

Giant section of ice covering Lake Michigan around the Chicago shoreline breaking off and drifting away

82k Upvotes

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COMMENT 7d ago

What’s the name of this book?

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COMMENT 7d ago

I just glue my kids down with hot glue. Much easier to look after.

r/arlo 7d ago

Alexa doesn't see Arlo cameras on shared account

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COMMENT 9d ago

OP is a tenant if she has paid rent or contributed to utility bills.

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COMMENT 11d ago

My brother is an air ambulance helicopter pilot — so he truly does get to land anywhere. Best pic was him parked on a motorway during rush hour, from a pic that made national news.

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COMMENT 12d ago

They’re quite beautiful thank you very much

r/funny 12d ago

A NYC taxi asking for trouble

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COMMENT 15d ago

Thanks, maybe I will have a go!

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COMMENT 16d ago

Lead too?! I think I’m going to have to pass on doing this. Thanks for the assistance

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COMMENT 16d ago

Thanks that’s encouraging. I’ll give it some thought!

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COMMENT 16d ago

Thanks, will look into it!

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COMMENT 16d ago

Yeah this was it. Is altice one much more expensive?

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COMMENT 16d ago

I’m leaning on giving up on this project — the risk of asbestos in this wall is too high.

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COMMENT 16d ago

It’s a very old house so that’s entirely possible

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COMMENT 16d ago

Thanks! I’m sure my wife will love me having an excuse to buy even more tools!

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COMMENT 16d ago

Yep it’s seemingly exactly this. So, does anyone have any tips for surgical removal of plaster layer without compromising the rest of the wall?