vudukungfu: CONTRAILS!/Adjusts tinfoil hat
HighZoolander: But, but, I heard from people who hate Al Gore as the inventor of climate that the ever-changing climate can't change now!
RoyHobbs22: The Winter is the same duration every year.
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TuteTibiImperes: Well, as a positive benefit on climate change, this winter has been absolutely beautiful in FL this year. We've had a few nice chilly days to remind us that different seasons exist, but it hasn't dipped below freezing (well, at least here) to endanger any of the landscaping or crops.Plus, my AC has had to run a lot less. My electric bill was only $45 last month, that's a little more than half of the normal winter level and a fifth of the normal summer level.Of course, the downside is if this shiat keeps up eventually the ice caps are going to melt and my house is going to be under water, so hopefully the storms up north keep driving folks south so I can sell it for a nice profit and move to a higher elevation before that happens.
Coming on a Bicycle: Today, in my part of the world, it was farking spring. Clear skies, warm breeze - we went to the park all day. Of course, last year around this time, we had thirty centimeters of snow.
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listernine: Type random string here: tag on holday, subby? Like somewhere warm, maybe?Holday Holday Holday Holday Holday
CruJones: Right around 80 all week. Couple cold spells, but overall pretty tame, though it looks like the last cold snap may have killed my lime tree, Boo.
ZoSo_the_Crowe: If current weather patterns are really part of a long-term shift then this will have horrific ramifications on America's food supply, as the current weather pattern is drought in the San Joaquin Valley.
MemeSlave: The winter isn't long, the winter is winter. It's winter until March 21 or so. Snow falls in winter. Is our cultural memory so short that we don't remember previous epic winters?
Jarhead_h: You know what else the "long" winter can be blamed on? It's farking February.
letrole: Ravage:Try connecting to your home computer via FTP from some remote location after having set it all up on your end. Most ISPs will block (filter out) that protocol.rpm: FTP isn't NAT friendly. It could be just as much a side effect of network topology as anything else./you should be using scp, not ftpletrole: nat friendly? say what? side effect of network topology? say what?rpm: Way to sidestep the issue, but I'll bite.I made the assumption that the person setting up the FTP server and firewall wasn't a complete idiot. I dont know that you are trying to say by "NAT friendly" but as long as either you configure your port forward in your firewall retains the source IP of the incoming dst 21/TCP connection so your server can open a new outbound data connection to that IP on src 20/TCP *or* your firewall is halfway decent and can statefully associate the two ports used by FTP into a single communication your FTP server will work fine.That said, it is common practice for private companies to disallow various types of internet communications based on their needs and wants.So you're suggesting somebody too dumb to choose passive FTP from the client settings should setup and run something esoteric like SCP. It's a shame you wasted all that technocrocity to make such a useless point.
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