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  1. Hunka Hunka Burning Love

    Aw Man I Hate Youtube.

    Oh gawd I played the first few minutes of Alien Isolation using MotherVR to engage the Oculus Rift, and I am super nauseous. Almost upchucked my chicken wings I ate earlier. Nope. Gonna have to be a on the flat screen for this one.
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    Ever Buy Stuff That You Probably Don't Even Need?

    It’s a fibreglass shower stall with a glass frosted door sort of dealio. The stall surface is usually glossy smooth and is quite hard and not flexible at all. The brush removes just the scum layer without scratching the plastic at all. I’ve been running my driver at a high speed powering through the build-up while dry. The yellow bristles feel moderately firm, but they do bend a fair bit when applying pressure to a surface. I should wear a dust mask next time since it really powderizes the build-up. I read a review saying even the red or black ones aren’t that stiff so damage is highly unlikely. I’d recommend doing a test patch that isn’t very visible if you’re concerned. I get the feeling the yellow blasts off the scum and even polishes the fibreglass uderneath as it turns out nice and smooth with no scratches whatsoever. If you search AliExpress you will find them under “drill scrubber” I believe. Remember to go though Ebates for some cashback. The small disc ones go for about $2.46 CAD each with free shipping. I just bought a bunch of yellow and red to try. I wish they had an end disc one with the bristles sticking outwards so I could use the side of the disc and apply more pressure that way. Or maybe have a smaller version of the toilet brush shape. The bigger ones just don’t do squat on hardened soap scum.
  3. Oh is it THAT time again? The LIVESTREAM is game on this SUNDAY! If I can peel away my VR headset I might try to remember to join in! It's too bad there isn't an easy way to do a "call in" guest voice interaction like they do on some radio shows. People could activate the call in button, be queued up, and Duf could select them to talk live on the show. Where's some of that good good old telephone tech?
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    Ever Buy Stuff That You Probably Don't Even Need?

    I just got my yellow scrubbing set from AliExpress, and wow these things are pretty useful! I used the small one to grind away years of soap scum from the floor of the shower, and it worked pretty good in my cordless impact driver. I wish I had ordered the red (I think that was the colour?) firmer one as the yellow is a little on the softer bristle side. The toilet brush shaped one didn’t do much and the larger flat disc couldn’t put enough pressure on the calcified scum to remove it. I’m ordering some more of the small puppies!
  5. Hunka Hunka Burning Love

    Aw Man I Hate Youtube.

    I want to play this game in VR. Not. I just finished watching the entire game play, and although I love most of the Alien movies l, no I don’t think I want to go through all that. The level of detail is crazy in this one.
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    Aw Man I Hate Youtube.

    Interesting doc:
  7. I don’t want to derail this thread too much, but just get an Oculus Rift with the Touch package for the extra sensor (3 sensors is best) and spare controllers if you have a gaming system already! GTX 1060 and higher GPU recommended! https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B073X8N1YW It really is a lot of fun on those cold winter days when you can’t go riding! It would be cool to see a VR game session between Duf and Marty in Arizona Sunshine. That would be cool to watch their reactions to the game. There’s so much VR content that I discover new games and downloads to try out almost daily! Check out this game called Virtual Virtual Reality:
  8. That's weird... I could have sworn I posted a link to the latest livestream. Maybe my VR world is confusing me with reality! Anyhoo, here it is, or was, or shall be! I accidentally missed it last Sunday as I was deep into VR porn research. It's so real!
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    HOOTERS!? <pokes head out of VR headset permanently attached> That should be posted up as a VR video! Seriously, everyone should just go get a VR setup (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive Pro, PSVR, Samsung Odyssey+, what have you). It's the greatest thing since... since... EUCs!!!
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    Ever Buy Stuff That You Probably Don't Even Need?

    Beer straws buddy! Beer straws!!
  11. Hunka Hunka Burning Love

    Ever Buy Stuff That You Probably Don't Even Need?

    This VR is really fun! And a little nausea inducing depending on what you are watching. I am finding most games to be fine. It’s just the 360° video content like offroad dirt biking down a mountain that can make those cookies want to come back up. The video quality on this Oculus is good for games, but with real life video there is a slight screen door effect where it looks like there is a fine mesh you’re looking through. Most of the time you don’t notice it. I think there’s still a lot of room for improvement, but for $540-1800 depending on if you need a gaming PC, it’s well worth the money getting into VR at home. For those with a PS4, adding on a PSVR setup might be worth trying.
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    Whoa, I feel young and old all of a sudden! I guess I'm just what you would consider "timeless!" Ah it don't matter much as I'll be in VR, baby all weekend!!! My Oculus Rift and gaming light show PC has finally arrivedth! Thank you UPS! Woot woot! I'm so excited! Gonna rush home and set things up.
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    Speed can be fun , but consider this - most exotic sports cars rarely are doing 280 kph all the time. They usually are cruising around at safer speeds, and the drivers are still enjoying them. The Ninebot with it's 22 kph top speed and 20 km range was perfectly fine and kept you from going too crazy on sidewalks. It's still a good wheel as long as you understand its limits, moderate your expectations, and have a use for it within its capabilities. We don't see many people doing tricks like these on a Gotway? It's not always about speed and range. Just look at the Mten3 and how fun that wheel can be. The Ninebot's slender profile also boggled the minds of onlookers wondering how the heck can a single wheel with a shell with not much more take someone for 20 kms? It just looks like there isn't much there... how can it even do that? Some wheels just are classics. I'm sure @Vik's and @Jonathan Tolhurst would attest to that! I think each wheel has it's strengths and weaknesses. Even with my generic wheel, I had a ton of fun going 5 km distances on that at 12 kph. It served its purpose just like my old $800 beater of a car I had back in university. I loved that baby!
  14. Hunka Hunka Burning Love

    Ever Buy Stuff That You Probably Don't Even Need?

    Sweet! Sounds like a console right up my alley! But I'll believe it when I see it for an affordable price. It looks like they have ambitious plans, but sometimes budget constraints can bring a product back to reality. I hope it sees the light of day in 3.5 years!
  15. I've got a small harem of wheels. I should probably sell off my learner generic wheel and the Ninebot, but it's hard to part with these babies. Some people collect cars, others toys, while certain people gather EUCs into their fold. I say to each their own and owning each is great if you can afford it!