Everything is awesome!

This is what I was out shopping for when I broke my glasses haha so at least something good came out of the ordeal =^w^=
I haven’t gotten a Lego set since I was like 10… I’m pumped!

Business business business! Numbers!

This is what I was out shopping for when I broke my glasses haha so at least something good came out of the ordeal =^w^=
I haven’t gotten a Lego set since I was like 10… I’m pumped!

Business business business! Numbers!

Uughhhh I broke my glasses right in the middle like in a cartoon or something. Tape doesn’t work well enough. I’m trying a tiny dab of JBWeld now but I get the feeling it won’t work and I’ll have to put a whole glob of it on there.

Uughhhh I broke my glasses right in the middle like in a cartoon or something. Tape doesn’t work well enough. I’m trying a tiny dab of JBWeld now but I get the feeling it won’t work and I’ll have to put a whole glob of it on there.

I gave up on the BluRay for now and put in the DVD. Watching the Lego Movie sort-of my second time.

Cloud Cuckoo Land is my favorite thing in the whole universe =D

foxox:

URGGGHHH apparently my laptop won’t play the newest Blu-Ray disks. The version of “Cyberlink PowerDVD” software that came with the computer for decoding BluRay is no longer supported by Cyberlink. It seems my options are to pay Cyberlink $50 and hope that their newer version works or to go buy a…

faildozer said: doesn’t VLC work for you? Or is this decoding just for recognizing the disc itself is in the drive?

I didn’t even know VLC supported BluRay nowadays(!!), but I just went and set that up with the AACS key file from here, but I’m guessing it’s not new enough. VLC says “Blu-ray error:No valid processing key found in AACS config file.” 

I’ll search around some and try to find an updated config (or maybe you know where to go already?) @faildozer

URGGGHHH apparently my laptop won’t play the newest Blu-Ray disks. The version of “Cyberlink PowerDVD” software that came with the computer for decoding BluRay is no longer supported by Cyberlink. It seems my options are to pay Cyberlink $50 and hope that their newer version works or to go buy a standalone BluRay player (which I suppose will also cease working after three years?).

I just paid extra for this stupid Lego Movie Blu-Ray/DVD combo package instead of just buying the DVD alone (which works fine). Hooray for DRM!

zuzuzuko:

resetty:

what if websites had closing hours

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http://www.bhphotovideo.com/find/SHcalendar.jsp
The website closes for Sabbath every week!

(Source: pokabu, via babbincocks)

:U MFW my PHD advisor tells me to research air-to-air combat trajectory planning and WMP gets cheeky with shuffle mode

:U MFW my PHD advisor tells me to research air-to-air combat trajectory planning and WMP gets cheeky with shuffle mode

I picked up a cold virus on either the flight last Wednesday or on campus the following day… I’ve been feeling gradually more sick every day since I got back to the US. I’m not even going to go into the lab today, for fear that I’ll spread it. I hope this is the worst of it because I have meetings and things to do the rest of the week!

Tags: sick irl

thewayofthefox replied to your photo“When I got back from Germany last week I found that my roommate had…”
How much was cheap? Lowest I can find is an open face for around $200. (This is for autocross, so open face is ok) To me cheap would be $50. lol


The first one I got a couple of days ago was about $100 on sale for $50! Then this second one was about $140 on sale for $70 so I only had to pay another $20 (plus tax) when I did the exchange! I think this store makes it so the sale prices are kind of like the “real” prices cause they have sales all of the time.

My old helmet was SNELL2010-approved on top of US DOT approval but this one just meets the EU and USA DOT regulations. There are fewer SNELL options available now for some reason… only on the pricier high-end stuff.

thewayofthefox