2021.12.01 12:37 Bonus1Fact It has been another week of heavy rain in the Pacific Northwest, helping to push rain gauges to record levels for November and autumn in Seattle. Some drier weather is ahead for the rest of this week: https://t.co/hNOsGPUQit pic.twitter.com/6ZOCTmgRZ0— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) December 1, 2021
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2021.12.01 12:37 Optimates0193 Can someone tell what might be causing this problem with prints?
Hi everyone - hopefully this is an ok post to make here. I'm brand new to 3d printing - I've got an Anycubic Mega S and am running Polymaker Polymax Grey PLA. This is a sample street tile print from Rocket Pig Games.
The top of the print came out beautiful (at least I think so!), but it's the bottom where I see some bad issues and I can't tell for the life of me what could be causing it. There's loose strings in the infill and it looks, I don't know, patchy? For whatever reason,
I'm running Cura 4.12 and basically the settings from the Fat Dragon profile. Using a Builtak sticker. I've tried the following settings with no luck:
Printed Speed range from 35mms to 60mms
Infill speed range from 35mms to 60mms
Temp range from 200-210
Extrusion flow: 98-102
Leveled bed several times (I'm new at this though, so I kind of suck at it. But I check to make sure that there's drag on a piece of paper at the four corners and center)
Infill from 7%-25% (The one in the pictures was printed with 25%).
Fan speed from 75%-100%
Any ideas on what could be causing the problem? When I sit there watching it, the first layer of infill is usually a mess, it looks like it's not printing some strings, and some of the lines are immediately breaking and curling. But the frame that's part of the piece prints perfectly.
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2021.12.01 12:37 GuidingLeader Dada Elon justed called out the $SUNW Sunworks squeeze. Did anyone else catch it?
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Has anyone had a covid test done at Shoppers yet? Just curious what the wait time was for results. I can't imagine it would be as quick as going to one of the provincial centres that has been up and running for 1 year +.
A family member went for a test at Shoppers yesterday and was told 4-5 days for results. Just curious if that's what everyone else is being told.
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2021.12.01 12:37 t1aru People Article w/ more details about the jury
Josh Duggar Trial: Evidence, Witnesses and Looming Arguments Become Clearer as Jury Is Seated
From the jury pool's answers, a rough biographical picture started to emerge of who may soon be weighing the question of Josh Duggar's innocence or guilt
Fifty-two potential jurors crowded into a federal courtroom in Arkansas on Tuesday to discuss all manner of personal matters — very serious and even very silly; favorite TV crime dramas, past summer jobs and past traumas — as the judge and attorneys in Josh Duggar's child porn trial assessed who would be their best options.
By Tuesday night, after a marathon session in and out of the judge's chambers, a jury of 12 plus four alternates had been seated.
It's not yet clear who the jurors are: Because of a last-minute error with the audio feed provided to reporters at the courthouse — who weren't allowed to observe jury selection in the courtroom because of space restrictions — further details of the selected jurors weren't available. (A court spokesman said he had no additional information later Tuesday night.)
Throughout the day, however, the 52 potential jurors, all of whom went by numbers instead of their names, identified themselves in ways, big and small, as they answered a battery of questions, first from the judge, then prosecutors and the defense.
Among the group was a CEO of a trade association and a retired Arkansas Credit Union president and a special education teacher; an operations manager in logistics and a customer service manager for Tyson and an online boutique owner. One woman has her own photography business, another rents out a property at the lake. A third works in graphic design at a nearby church, where she is passing acquaintances with one of Duggar's attorneys.
A fourth woman had, 20 years ago, bought a horse from two potential witnesses. (Her husband loved the horse, since deceased, though it ate too much.) One potential juror wondered aloud — perhaps fretting — that another potential witness was the same "Caleb Williams" as her boyfriend Caleb Williams. The judge told her that she would be "delighted" to know he was not.
A local city employee worried his "general distrust" of government made him a poor fit. A study hall supervisor at a high school criticized "fake news."
Some potential jurors were quickly excused, including a woman who was 29 weeks pregnant with twins. Not long after her, a man spoke up to identify himself as a Duggar relative — his daughter is married to one of Duggar's brothers — and was summarily dismissed. ("I would have thought we would have had a filter in place to check for that but I guess not," Judge Timothy Brooks said.)
From the group's answers, a rough biographical picture started to emerge of who may soon be weighing the question of Duggar's innocence or guilt. Likewise, certain themes in both the prosecution and defense's arguments became clearer as did the names of witnesses who may take the stand and some of the evidence that will be shown.
The 33-year-old former 19 Kids and Counting star, political activist and oldest son of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar is accused of receiving and possessing child pornography — also known as child sexual abuse material — in May 2019. Authorities say more than 200 of the illicit images were found on his computer.
Josh has pleaded not guilty and vigorously challenged the prosecution on a range of issues including the admissibility of possible evidence and the thoroughness of the police investigation.
His attorney Justin Gelfand told jurors on Tuesday: "We are proud to represent Josh Duggar."
Judge Brooks' questions took up much of the selection process as he asked potential jurors about their level of familiarity with Josh and the Duggar family as well as other parties in the case; their news consumption habits and social media use relating to the Duggars; their connection with the government and law enforcement as well as their past legal and criminal histories.
The judge also listed 28 potential or confirmed witnesses for the trial, including Josh's sister and brother Jill and Jedidiah. It was unclear if they may be called by the defense or prosecution. (Jill has previously spoken publicly about being fondled by her brother as a child, when he was a teenager.) Other names on the list included several Homeland Security agents who investigated Josh as well as two Duggar family friends, one of whom testified at a Monday evidentiary hearing.
The judge said he has "no idea if [Josh] will take the stand or not," but reiterated to jurors it was no reflection on Josh's potential culpability. No one can be compelled to testify against themselves.
Fourteen people in the jury pool said on Tuesday that they were essentially unfamiliar with Josh. Most of the rest said they were glancing consumers either of Duggar-related TV or articles about them. (A few had been reading with relish, they admitted, when they realized his trial was set to start the same day as their jury summons.)
Having watched 19 Kids or followed the Duggars on social media was not itself inherently disqualifying, the judge said, unless "it has solidified your beliefs."
"You know what's in your heart. You know what's in your head," he said.
Eleven were regular newsreaders more broadly. Another seven had caught TV segments specifically about Duggar.
Three have or had law enforcement in their families. A woman had previously worked as a child advocate; a man had been a child abuse investigator for the county. Neither said their backgrounds would be a problem.
Six people, however, did say they already had strongly held opinions that might interfere with their fairness and impartiality.
The judge also asked if any of the pool had connections to sexual abuse in their or their families' lives. Seven did.
Once the prosecution took over, they homed in on a few points: Assistant U.S. Attorney Carly Marshall stressed that real-life detective work wasn't as tidy and speedy as what someone might watch on TV. (To make this point, she singled out her favorite crime show, the "funny, quirky" Castle, then encouraged potential jurors to chime in. Snapped, one offered. Law & Order: SVU, said another.)
Marshall also probed jurors on how they measure the credibility of witnesses and how they would weigh whether there was "reasonable doubt" in someone's story. Like, for example, if potential juror No. 18 testified that he had a protein shake for breakfast.
She questioned five from the group, all men, more closely about their jobs: what they did and what they did and didn't like about it.
As the judge did before her, Marshall also asked if the group was prepared to view and hear testimony about the child sexual abuse material in this case. No one voiced a concern.
When the defense questioned the jury pool, they looked for people who have owned small businesses as well as those who were either very into computers, IT security and software — "really in the weeds" — or "so intimidated" by the same.
Gelfand, one of Josh's attorneys, also asked about the pool's attitudes on car lots and car salesmen. Josh worked at a self-owned dealership before his arrest and authorities say that is where the sexual abuse material was downloaded. In court papers, Josh's attorneys have suggested several other people also had access to the computer at his work where the material was found but that police didn't sufficiently investigate. Three such people are on the witness list that the judge read.
Finally, after a conference with attorneys, the judge met privately with at least 17 people from the jury pool to hear more about their answers and discuss sensitive topics.
Still looming is how the judge will rule on testimony about Josh's history of fondling four younger girls when he was a boy and young teenager — evidence the defense insists should be shielded by religious privilege as it was made during "spiritual counseling." Prosecutors say at least one key party to the evidence wasn't clergy at all.
Additional briefs were filed earlier Tuesday at the judge's request but he has not yet ruled.
Around sundown, the jury was seated. Arguments begin Wednesday morning.
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2021.12.01 12:37 Top_Location : Conservative Republicans reportedly plot government shutdown over vaccine mandate with Friday deadline looming
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