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Matt, thanks for the video! It's good to have another tool for the tool bag.
Questions: What combination of tools would you use to make that VM useable again? I know every malware laden machine is different and require different approaches to it's cleanup but your specific VM, do you try to clean it up to a useable state or do you just delete it and create a new one?
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Unfortunately, Batman vs Superman might be the last major movie made here in Michigan, there's a bill in our state house that would gut that $25 million or $50 million a year movie making tax incentive and some movie producers are already scratching Michigan off of their list.

Back to that scary movie thing, do you remember Phantasm (1979)? That movie messed up our teenage minds (among other things) for some time.

I'm going to have to check out "It Follows", I love that low freq. rumble BTW.
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Damn that sucks. I come from New Mexico, and they tried to shoot down the tax credits which brought a TON of production to the state. Thankfully people kinda freaked out, and instead they've been continuing to invest in production. Hopefully lawmakers in Michigan come to their senses.

Of course I remember Phantasm! Love that film. I look at Tall Man as a prototype for Slender Man. It's a hallmark of low budget indie horror.
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Cool! I can now look straight up. Looks like they toned down the aspect ratio a bit, the distortion is not as bad. It's too bad this type of video don't work in IE or Firefox, I guess it's early days still.

As for your moving blankets on the wall (they work well BTW) maybe you can build some "sound panels" like Dave from the EEVblog here: https://youtu.be/JQLDIrS8deU
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+William Lee Damn I wish I could gut the walls in my place, fill it with plates of pressed fiber glass, some owens corning 703... Sigh...
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Hey Ryan, You might want to correct the spelling in your lower thirds, your company name is missing the letter "c".
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Good video EXCEPT for one thing, the camera person needs to get a clue!
When the Ford guy is explaining something on the engine, the turbo in this case, and he's obviously pointing to the part he's talking about, IT NEEDS TO BE IN FRAME!
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If you are clearing a house that's completely dark, wouldn't that thermal imager's screen light up your face and make you a prime candidate for a head shot?
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+William Lee Thanks for watching
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I'm not familiar with kerosene pressure lanterns and have only dealt with Coleman products, but the workings of the tank/pump assembly looks to be similar.

You probably know this already but I'll throw it out there for others who don't know; on my Coleman pressurized white gas products, I have to bottom out the pump stem and turn the pump knob counter clockwise to open that valve before I can pump any pressure into the tank, I don't know if the Butterfly lantern is like that or not.

From your description of the pressurization problem it sure sounds like a sticking check valve down in the bottom of that pump chamber (I'm just guessing).

Here's a link that helped me with repairing my stuff (if anything it has pictures):
http://www.oldcolemanparts.com/resources/re_2lant_a.php

Thanks for the video!
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+William Lee Cool. It doesn't feel like there is anything down in there that will turn either way. Not that I can feel, anyway (but I have been known to be dumb, lol). Though I intend to investigate more closely this afternoon!
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What you've learned as an apprentice serves you well, one can see it by how you ran your cables in that box.
I really like these kind of videos, keep 'em coming!
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Thanks, man!  I think I made a mistake, though....  See, I think I put that ground wire under the wrong lug....  I b'lieve it is just supposed to go into the bar and then the big lug is supposed to go to the subpanel in the house.  Oops, heh!  Ought to still be enough extra in there to fix it, though.
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I think you got a good handle on it now, although I'd like to see you lose that steel tank and get a good poly one.
It would be interesting to see how much the temperature of the coolant in that tank rises over a day with all of the work stations rendering at full bore, or maybe spot check the temp of the hot side copper tubing with an infrared thermometer.
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  • Local 704 Sprinkler Fitters
    Apprentice Instructor training, 1998 - 2005
  • Local 704 Sprinkler Fitters
    Apprentice training, 1989 - 1995
  • Warren public schools
    general, 1974 - 1978
  • Detroit public schools
    general, 1966 - 1973
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Don't be "That Guy..."
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I'm just your average guy dealing with this mess as best I can...
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I'm still alive
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Journeyman Sprinkler Fitter
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Sprinkler Fitter, Apprentice Instructor, Mechanic (automotive), Systems Administrator, Range Safety Officer
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  • Local 704 Sprinkler Fitters
    Journeyman Fitter, present
    Install, service, repair, automatic fire protection systems.
  • Local 704 Sprinkler Fitters
    Systems Administrator, present
    Maintain, repair, local computer network.
  • Local 704 Sprinkler Fitters
    Training Coordinator, 2009 - 3010
    Apprentice training.
  • Universal Equipment Co.
    Mechanic, 1984 - 1989
    Small engine repair, welding, fabrication.
  • Precision Tune
    Auto Mechanic, 1978 - 1983
    Automotive tune-ups and driveability mechanic.
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I've laid this out before but it's time to do it again, because it's coming folks.The recent ditty on how 'nobody needs more than $3m for re

Saturday October 02, 2010 around noon. I told my neighbor that I really should have my tank pumped out and he gave me the number to Mr. Clean in Gould City. It wasn't noon yet so I took a chance and called to see if I could still have it done today. I told them that the tank hatches were cleared and accessible because I was doing some minor repairs to the tank connections. Mr. Clean told me that they had a truck that can stop by on their way back to the shop. The truck pulled into the drive at the time given to me and made short work of pumping the tank clean, took less than one hour, and this all happened on a Saturday. Color me impressed!
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