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Internet Communications While At Sea?

bushboy Get your ducks in a row... (504 comments)

100 minutes is longer than you may think.
Compose everything offline and minimize the size of any images.
If you limit your online time to simply uploading/sending all your pre-created content and try to limit your online time to 2 minutes each session, you could get away with it.

It's simply a case of getting all your ducks in a row.

Aside from that, there's a chance of bartering with other shipmates for online time.

more than 5 years ago
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What To Do With All of My Gadget Chargers?

bushboy Get a life? (696 comments)

If your worried about where to plug your *ahem* gadgets, I'd say that's the least of your worries.
Perhaps you need to step outside into that room with the big light, get a bit of exercise, read a book, have sex, go for drinks with friends, go on holiday, live a little.

Perhaps ask yourself "Why do I have so many gadgets? What would happen if I got rid of some of them? What is regular sex like?"

more than 5 years ago

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