>>489>Transferable skills in revolution/collapse
Could you post a guide about this please.
I would like to be a 'handy' person that reuses/repurposes stuff but sadly I'm an effete nerd and I suck with anything like tools. Best I did lately was put a sheet of cardboard down over my crappy wooden slat shelves that had like 4 inch gaps between the slats.
Maybe we could make one? And watermark it
Useful skills for a crisis would be broadly>survival and sustenance>organizational and communication skills>fighting and strategy>technical skills maintaining existing productive forces or building new ones>knowledge skills preserving science/technology and culture
>>611>implying graphic design doesn't matter
It's one of those things people don't notice unless it's bad.
>>611> Join the revolution with ifixitdotcom> ifixitHoooo boy.>>553>survival and sustenance>organizational and communication skills>fighting and strategy
Got some of these kinda books but question is if i upload them how many swat cops will knock on my door 10 minutes later.>>489>Home Improvement/Maintenance
Does the japanese ASMRish chick on TV who does those home-organizing things count?
>>703>Got some of these kinda books but question is if i upload them how many swat cops will knock on my door 10 minutes later.
If you post militia shit you might get v&, but if it's martial arts stuff or survivalism stuff nobody will care. Organizational stuff might be questionable.>Does the japanese ASMRish chick on TV who does those home-organizing things count?
That dumb Kondo bird
>>707> If you post militia shit you might get v&> mightT
hat gives me hope.> martial arts stuff or survivalism
Neeto. When I get back to my homebase PC (I work abroad) I upload some.
DIY Socialist Screen Printing (For cheap)
Flea Market Socialisthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mE5ox6Uytfg
I started to make this as a look into screen printing process but it turned in to me just making and distributing propaganda again. I just love agitating 🤷
Are you the real FMS?
No. I just wanted to post the video here. He has good content in general, and multiple videos that apply to this thread.
JESUS CHRIST, THANK YOU.
1. Kitchen island
Needs to be 2ft wide ×4ft length×3ftish height. With both adequate under area storage and above. Ideally should be moveable out of normal door as I'm a renter.
2. Portable garden
No more then 2ft wide×6ft length
Portable due to again renting!
3. Making a loft for a twin bed in a small room.
Remember im not here to bother you on the basic concepts but get design,material,cost… help. Help appreciated.
what can i use to patch a leak in a roof that should have been replaced years ago
For some real trash-core DIY, I recommend using the free prio-mail cardboard boxes from the post office.
You don't even need to go in to get them, you can just order them free and they'll ship them free in bulk.
The medium sized ones make excellent shelves that can hold all manner of disc based format (and VHS if you're a dumbass like me).
They can also hold modestly sized books which is of course a plus for comrades.
Cut the closing flaps off the box and you can make supports so they don't totally bend in (I don't know if they'd actually cave in though without them, they might continue to hold but bent as hell).
Add a nice helping of duct tape to hold everything together and you're good, bone-apple-teeth.
One final word on the matter is that these become structurally shitty the more vertical you make them (shocker, huh).
What I've done is lean them back into boxes that are flat on the floor, and their weight holds them without sliding.
That probably only works for carpet, but whatever
They were actually fairly stable at four tall, but five started to present troubles, and six is obviously leaning.
Anyhow there you go, a shelf for the masses.
Caulk and paint make it what it ain't.
Anyone have the rest of this series?
Beeswax. Pretty indepth and wallet-friendly. Sorry for not pdf or webm.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ck68V06ZqzA
local german man creates arms smuggling empire out of plywood and scrap metal
Joerg is based; aside from diy weapons,
he made a union for Youtubershttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7RfYt_p2mk
Ahh! Thanks for the tree felling one. I've been wondering for ages how people do it, without the trees falling on them.
You're welcome, though today people use different methods (less effective but more profitable ones).
Okay, I try to find this book somewhere (torrent or pdf or epub)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Beginners-Step-Step-Easiest-Learn/dp/1569756619
Can somebody help?
Heres the pdf
Got it from libgen at:https://libgen.is/book/index.php?md5=1F002CAAA72B061F208F6C92A1743B87
If you ever want a book, just check libgen or one of its many mirrors,
there always tends to be someone who archives it.
Blessed be your based soul, Comrade!
This is good shit for people who live somewhere with strict gun laws.
Is there any ghetto praxis we can do to fight covid19?
I know the tyvek material is used for those full body suits, can we make our own masks? Apparently you can glue it with some commonly available adhesives like animal fats of casein. Maybe get cheap halloween masks and use the material as a filter? idk
Drink a glass of Water with a table spoon of apple cider vinegar every day. Use vaseline and penasol in your nose. Use a Bandanna (works better than a mask TBH) and don't stress about it. Stress creates immuno-deficiency which makes you more vulnerable.
I really like screwing in and out.
IS there any job opportunity where I can do this all day?
Construction, industrial construction lines, roofing
Anyone know some good carving tutorials?
Supposedly Zinc and Vitamin D are helpful against corona, especially if you have dark skin (making it harder for your body to synthesize D).
This would belong more on /survive/
fuark that looks dangerous…
Thanks Crocodile Dundee
It's a jury-rigged system, not actual smithery
Usually I don't like those homebuilding or home renovation shows, but I discovered a series of channels on Youtube of hippies creating amazingly unique houses with very little money in remote places. Like this fellow who created a cheap and cozy domed house in the redwoods with no outside help.https://youtu.be/2qcsWajivnI
How did such a useful thread go so unused?
Original post file is too big so I'm posting a link of the same content https://archive.ph/gydmH
Also in the same vein is The Lost Ways a book on American Pioneer DIY https://archive.ph/e9ils
Anything on indoor farming?
Modern leftists depend on conspicuous consumerism. Hence why tradies are almost never leftist
Like I got time to do this shit after a day of backbreaking work m8
So my walls are leaking with water from it being near my bathroom
I only have white cement, Can I just fix them without repairing the leak?
I've also been thinking of using a portable heater to dry the damp walls? any thoughts
how dangerous is a wetting wall to keep?
lmfao youre shitposting right
bro you need to fix that leak asap
okay that place is just a money laundering operation for property developers or something because I found the same shit at home depot for a quarter of the price and yes the vinyl gutters are half the price of the aluminum ones
im not shitposting, what will happen if i don't fix the leak? i live in an apartment, will the wall collapse?
if you live in an apartment cant you just complain to the landlord?
idk about the wall collapsing but the water will do a ton of damage and fill your place with mold, at this point the wall doesnt matter, needs to be busted down and whatever leaking fixed. Probably isnt even a big job
what are non adhesive ways to stick things on walls?
i want peacock feathers on my wall but i don't want to use ugly tapes that ruin the walls and look ugly as well
i prefer not to use screws as well
aight, i've called a plumber,
that's the person to call for this job right, or is a mason required instead
You can store them on a normal lawn, they won't magically sink. If you really want to you can dig a foundation but it would be a lot easier to just do the cinderblock thing with a few planks on top, or just planks on the ground.
They aren't but in that case your request is impossible, you either stick it to a wall with adhesive or make it hang from the wall with a nail. You should start thinking about hanging it from the ceiling or putting it on a stand. Consider a picture frame as a last case scenario.
I'll go with the adhesive, I'm the same guy with the wall leaking water issue
I talked to the mason and plumber and they said applying tiles will stop the leaking, and force the water to go down from somewhere else
Landlords aren't the only bastards,
Even the builders who build such dogshit houses are enemies
Thanks. ya I probably was overthinking it.
Ended up using cinderblocks because the whole point here is to get water away from the foundation of the garage, so digging a hole and filling it with grave right beside said foundation is probably a bad idea. Havent actually filled them with water yet but it seems stable enough.
Now im putting on the gutters and jesus its a pain because the garage itself is ancient and practically falling over so nothing is level. Im basically trying to get water to flow uphill but I think ive got it now, waiting for a rain this afternoon to see what else I need to move and or patch with caulk.
In retrospect spending the extra money for seamless gutters might been worth it
Good for you man hope it all works out neatly
Pretty useful site. It is surprisingly very straightforward, relatively easy and cheap to repair most phones and devices to good as new. They tend to be very modular. I might make another post later if I get more experience with different models.
how do i start? the most i've done in repairing is fix a controller by opening it and reassembling it and taking out grime
Should I make a seperate thread for people to post stuff they are fixing/need help fixing? Or should I just post in here? I need to fix my water heater and don't know how…
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