Life Hack

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  1. Ryu

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    "Life hacks" are generally either convoluted nonsense or common sense. The time and energy devoted to solving the "problem" (hell, the time and energy in reading the article or guide) often cancels out the "savings." Make your life simpler and you won't obsess over how to perform 1000 tasks when you really have the time, energy or focus for 600.
     
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    I guess someone called the fun police on me. I also must not have common sense because I would have never thought of this before I saw this image. If you could contribute some more common sense that would be great.
     
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    ... I like the idea! Does the touch screen work through the bag?

    I guess life is full of hacks: the small things that make the way we like to do things. As for that site that calls itself lifehacker, I used to read it for the one in ten good ideas, get frustrated at the large amount of senseless nonsense, and seriously worried about how many people got triggered into OCD by all that making the perfect bed and saving five seconds on folding a pullover stuff.

    Not, myself, a sufferer, but I take OCD seriously, because I saw it progress to a serious mental health problem in a good friend.

    I have the lazy gene: it completely protects against OCD.
     
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    Fair enough. But you just posted a picture. No description and a simple thread title.
    @Thad E Ginathom that lifehacker stuff is exactly what i was talking about.

    Carry on!
     
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    I should apologize as well. I am still learning about this posting etiquette thing. Sorry for the lack of wisdom.
     
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    If your DAC isn't giving you any sound; check the audio settings on your computer. Especially if you swapped out DACs earlier in the day
     
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    purr1n Finding his inner redneck

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    Although appropriately placed in the correct section, the topic of this thread, although quite amusing to me, does not warrant a forum post. Perhaps a profile post would be more appropriate. Thread locked.
     
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