I've been fretting over hotends and extruders for days now for my new Kossel and Ord Hadron printers. After drooling over the E3D I finally admitted to myself I'll never fart around with all those exotic filaments. PLA, ABS, HIPS, and the occasional 645 is good enough for me and the 3mm Ubis on my old Jr. has never, ever let me down using any of those.
So, 300 dead presidents inbound for a couple more Ubis, some Alu Extruders, and an Extrudrboard please. ;-)
If you can't even sit down and enjoy a proper meal (with real food), you need to seriously re-evaluate your life choices.
OTOH, while I got the rest right (with standard Apple earbuds off a Macbook), the differences were subtle and it took some repeat listens to figure them out. Says a lot for compression technology, in my opinion.
Blaming "trolls" for a shoop job is the truly embarrassing part though. Were such actually true, anyone could easily verify by watching the show re-run. Instead, the edited out seconds are painfully obvious right on the iPad clock.
I do enjoy a couple of TWiT shows every week so I do hope this blows over with minimal damage...
FFS , get a clue. 1. Man up to your mistake. 2. Hire a staffer to build you sanitized gear for demos. Leave your personal laptop and iPad safely in your office. This isn't the first time you've "showed your cards", so to speak.
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