2021.10.26 16:03 IAmDanksy Highlights from the last Podcast episode!! 🔥🔥
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2021.10.26 16:03 Adventurous_Job_9269 3.6 engine vs 5.7 engine vs 3.2 engine
hi!! i just wanted to know what the pros and cons of each engine were, i have had a patriot and a wrangler with the 3.6 and the patriot had a bad transmission and the wrangler had a bad engine
i currently have a cherokee with a 3.2
i just wanted to know the good and the bad of each if possible i would love to purchase a grand cherokee with the 3.6 but my previous vehicles have made me a bit scared
any helpful advice or anything of that sort?
Thank you!! :)
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2021.10.26 16:03 BoringGuyisBored River job
I figured I'd repost this with some small stuff updated. This is for anyone who's looking for a different job, or a job at all. I wrote this 5 years ago but I've updated most of the stuff that's changed.
Alright, so I'll try to make this thorough but brief since this will all be keyed in on my shitty phone.
The specific title for the job is called "live-aboard deckhand" or "live-aboard cook" for those that want to go ahead and do their own research. A cook makes the same pay as a deckhand at my company. There are three major requirements before you will be hired: Pass a drug test, pass a physical(be able to lift 80 pounds once) and possess a TWIC card ($132 last I checked). I'm not entirely sure if the requirements are different for cooks. TWIC is probably the only thing you haven't heard of, but instead of trying to explain it and failing miserably I'll just link the information.
Okay now onto the job itself. Let's start with the details people are most interested in. Keep in mind it varies by company and these are the things I know about mine.
The pay: As a deckhand or cook, you'll be paid around $230-$265 dollars a day. If you like the job and are competent you can apply for and train to be a "watchman" or "mate" which make pay rates of roughly $270 and $375 respectively. Of course there are others in the "pool" applying for those positions as well but I'm not entirely sure on how someone gets picked for the promotion. The top of the food chain is going to be the pilot and captain positions, both making anywhere from $850-$1,200 a day. These positions require schooling to acquire a license, which may or may not be paid for by the company. It is not easy to get that far.
The schedule: The company I work for has a schedule of roughly 1 month on the boat, one month off. It depends on the location of your vessel when "crew change" happens but generally speaking you will be on the boat for 28 days. Once you're days are up, your relief will come to the boat and change places with you. He gets on the boat, and you get off to enjoy your 28 days off. The work days are probably the hardest thing to get used to. You work 2 shifts a day for 6 hours each shift. You work your 6, then get 6 hours off, repeating. It will either be 12-6am and 12-6pm or 6am-12pm and 6pm-12am.
The work itself: On most days you will not actually work more than 6 hours despite having 12 hours "on the clock". Work is sporadic but predictable, if that makes sense. We may know that there is no actual work for the next 36 hours, but after that the work is every 4 hours. Regardless, once you are "off the clock" the work is no longer your problem until you clock back in. Although the position of deckhand is technically the same company wide, the location of your vessel dictates the type of work you may do. The biggest differences being "Upper Mississippi" and "Lower Mississippi". Both locations involve doing "tow work" which is the act of tying barges together or untying them, except on the "upper Mississippi" you will also "make locks". Making a lock on the river is the same basic principle as ships in the Panama Canal except that deckhands will secure the "tow" to the lock walls with lines. Everything you need to work will be provided for you, including work boots and uniforms that are just cargo pants and a shirt. :(
Living on the boat: Generally speaking, lower Mississippi boats are much larger than upper Mississippi boats. So depending on the boat, you may have to share a room with someone. If so, you two will never be in the room at the same time. When you are on the clock, the room is his, when you are off the clock, it is yours. There will be two beds if this is the case. Each room is usually furnished with two closets, a dresser, a mirror, central A/C, two clothes hampers, a fan and a chair to sit in usually for taking off or putting on your boots. Most boats have tvs with dish tv and wifi in each room as well as some companies providing fountain drinks in the galley (kitchen). There is usually a shared bathroom between two rooms that includes a shower, sink with mirror and a toilet. All linen and soap are provided by the company. This includes bar soap, towels, sheets, blankets, pillow cases, hand wash and laundry detergent. Yes, there is a washer and dryer provided as well but you have to do your own laundry. And on to the food.. Most boats have two huge freezers and one huge refrigerator along with a regular sized refrigerator, all stocked. They include everything from whipped cream to pork chops to shrimp and fish. There is always no less than 10 gallons of milk, multiple pitchers of sweet tea and kool-aid and an endless supply of bottled water. A cook provides three meals a day and you're more than welcome to eat as much as you like in between meals as long as you are not working or have been assigned a task. The cooks are obligated to at least attempt to accommodate any specific diet you have as long as it's within reason. Yes, this includes vegetarians and vegans. At the very worst you will have to fend for yourself, which is hardly an issue with the amount of food accessible on the boat. Every boat has a dishwasher and industrial ice machine.
What about my van, man? Every company has a secured parking lot on their company property that is only accessible via key card, along with a guard at the gate. That is where your baby will stay for the duration of your time on the boat, unless you decide you want to leave it elsewhere.
When you're not on the clock you can pretty much do what you want, but more than likely you'll want to sleep. Hell, most of the time even if I'm on the clock on my night shift we watch movies provided there isn't any work. There is a small lounge area on most boats that has a tv, some couches and a lot of old dvds lol. Most guys bring a thumb drive, there laptops or tablets and stuff they've downloaded. Everyone shares movies and shows. Some guys bring their gaming consoles. Most boats also have some form of workout equipment whether it be a bowflex (lame) or treadmill. Some have freeweights.
The major companies that I know of are Marquette, Ingram, AEP, ACBL and Artco. There are many, many more. I hear that artco pays the most (those are the numbers I used) but is the strictest safety-wise and paperwork wise.
That's all I can think of for now, if anyone has any questions or feels I left something out, just let me know. I'm sure this information is in no way formatted properly, but I'm a deckhand not a writer, cut me some slack.
To find the Artco one specifically, search for ADM brass ring, then jobs, then use the search function to type in "Artco". There will be lots of locations and positions listed. The job I'm describing will be out of St Louis, and is called "Lineboat Deckhand" or Lineboat Cook". You do not have to live in St. Louis or even near it. Just make the commute once a month to board the boat. We have people from California, Florida, New York and even Mexico. Most will be from Central US.
P.s. If you're thinking you can't do the job, think about this: We have guys that range from 18 years old to 60 that are deckhands.
Edit: some videos showing "tow work" and "making a lock".
Tow work https://youtu.be/Yu1lID6QbIQ
Stopping a cut. This is the most important, and dangers, step of making a river lock. https://youtu.be/JvQgidpfUMA?t=1m51s
This video doesn't show much of the work of actually locking, which is mostly line handling. But it's all I could find. Try youtube searching "making a river lock"
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2021.10.26 16:03 MindlessExplorer7871 What do I need to tweak? I’ll post details in comments. It’s not a clog it’s the printer. Nozzle was changed and heat blocked cleaned. Other printer works fine with same filament / gcode.
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2021.10.26 16:03 Electrical-Rich-945 I'm trying to make my own Sierra model sheet to fit my slight redesign and correct mistakes. What do you think of this tiny WIP
There's not much done, but I'm working on it
Original model sheet
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2021.10.26 16:03 SwimfromAtoB77 Funding Nami wallet
I tried to send via binance some ADA to Nami wallet but it said it will take a lot of time.
Is there a quicker way to fund Nami wallet?
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