Stop Ear Piercing From Closing Up ???? Help!?

few hours wont close them as soon as your done put them back in

1. How was closing a real estate deal on a napkin?

Good intentions can will out over any written agreement. But recording is critical to proving ownership and to allow RE selling

2. Guidelines for posting and closing popularity contests

Despite their more subjective nature, popularity contents are not except from the site's rule of objectivity. All popularity contests still need a concrete, objective way to determine whether a submission is valid and deserving of votes."But wait," you say, "could not I just make the criterion 'output must be an image'? That's objectively verifiable. " In this contrived example, that criterion is indeed objective in some respect, but that's far too broad for this site and any challenge claiming such a criterion should be closed as such.We occasionally get popularity contests that are more art-focused than programming-focused. As a site with programming right in the name, all challenges here should be centered around programming. Consider Draw an Image as a Voronoi Map as an example. This challenge requires making pretty pictures, but there's more to it than that. Specifically, (quoting directly from the challenge)The challenge to this is constructing the code/algorithm to implement this. The above details give the popularity contest its objective criteria and thus makes it on topic

3. Is this what we mean by border closing?

That works about like putting up a sign in Afghan to stop using road side bombs

4. Purpose of closing an answered question?

Closing is still necessary for answered questions, because it serves as a signpost. If someone (gasp) actually searches for "how to make a shopping cart in PHP" before they post, it would be nice for each and every question they see to be closed as NARQ - it might keep them from posting one more low quality, overly broad, question

5. How to make a closing sentence?

Obviously I do not know the content of your work or your reasons but a closing sentence should be something like:- I have given my reasons why I do not believe that my colony should join the Confederation of Canada. I have weighed up the advantages and disadvantages of such membership, and my opinion remains unchanged in that the disadvantages outweigh the advantages and therefore to join the Confederation would be a grave mistake.

6. Paying property taxes at refinance closing

Looks like this situation is fairly common. I doubt it's a specific law in California, rather, lenders trying to be overly cautious on external risks. From a Q&A at Zillow:

7. "Lock Computer" on closing lid of laptop?

No, all you can set is either, standby, hibernate, or do nothing

8. Closing window on air plane landing?

..Here is one of the reasons. Most aircraft accidents occur during what is known as 'critical phase of flight'...take off and landing. Should something happen that requires an emergency evacuation of the aircraft on the ground, the flight attendants need to be able to assess the conditions outside of the aircraft to determine which exits are usable. Leaving the shades open during such a scenario, allows the crew the fastest visual access to the conditions on the outside of the aircraft. There would be no point to opening a door where there is fire (for example).

9. Hancocks Fabrics closing-which ones?

I know that the one in Toledo, Ohio is closing

10. Closing topics from new people

Some notes ...We expect our members to do their homework: Prepare a good question, knowing the FAQ etc. If I close or delete a post, an answer or a comment from a new member I add an explanation. Example: Where can I find WordPress jobs?. Yes, that's the same user who did not get another explanation when I closed this question. I do care about the first impression new users get here. Very much. I say Welcome before I give a close reason. :) But I also expect some time and willingness to learn.

11. Car audio amp and subwoofer setup... will it drain my battery.?

No, it will be fine. It will only be drained if you play the system with the engine off for long periods of time. When your car is running, the system really runs off the alternator. So, you wont "drain" a battery just playing the system while driving. So in closing, it will be fine.

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How Long Is a TCP Local Socket Address That Has Been Bound Unavailable After Closing?
I believe that the idea of the socket being unavailable to a program is to allow any TCP data segments still in transit to arrive, and get discarded by the kernel. That is, it's possible for an application to call close(2) on a socket, but routing delays or mishaps to control packets or what have you can allow the other side of a TCP connection to send data for a while. The application has indicated it no longer wants to deal with TCP data segments, so the kernel should just discard them as they come in.I hacked out a little program in C that you can compile and use to see how long the timeout is:I tried this program on 3 different machines, and I get a variable time, between 55 and 59 seconds, when the kernel refuses to allow a non-root user to reopen a socket. I compiled the above code to an executable named "opener", and ran it like this:I opened another window and did this:That causes the first instance of "opener" to accept a connection, then close it. The second instance of "opener" tries to bind(2) to the TCP port 7896 every second. "opener" reports 55 to 59 seconds of delay.Googling around, I find that people recommend doing this:to reduce that interval. It didn't work for me. Of the 4 linux machines I had access to, two had 30 and two had 60. I also set that value as low as 10. No difference to the "opener" program.Doing this:did change things. The second "opener" only took about 3 seconds to get its new socket• Related QuestionsHow to properly ground a MacBook ProUse the extension cord! It is grounded.You need your device to be grounded. The charger can be grounded because the metal pin that holds the adapter is (subtly) also the ground:You need the plug to be grounded too. Obviously a 2 pin/prong plug is not grounded, you'll need one with 3 of them, but even in this case you have to check if the adapter's socket/shoe has metal in it (AKA is connected to the ground), because you can't take that granted at Apple! Just check out this picture from this article:This is a 3 prong UK plug that has a grounding prong, but they haven't connected it! Fortunately at the extension cord there is a connection. You have to carry that extra 1.8 meter of cable tho...So at Apple, the rule of thumb is that if it is an extension cord, then the socket is connected to the ground pin so it is probably grounded, if it is the small adapter, then there is no connection in the socket so no grounding for you:The left picture from this answer shows the difference. The metal is more visible in the magnified picture on the right. Technically you could hack the not grounded 3 prong UK (Type G) adapter (that I mentioned before) to connect the ground prong to the grounding pin as shown in this tutorial. Of course, unless you want to use it with a Type G socket instead of the many other types, you will need to use another (grounded!) adapter to convert it to your desired (grounded!) wall socket.------How to ensure that a reference letter is sent on time if not knowing the reliability of a referee?As a practical matter, you can't ensure that the person will actually send the letter.However, there are some things you can do to increase the chances. First, consider how reliable the person has been in other interactions with you. If somebody has a history of being unreliable, then either avoid them or make backup plans. (And if this is somebody you have not had any interactions with before, then why would you be asking them for a letter of recommendation? Even if they did send one in on time, it would almost certainly be a weak letter -- not out of malice, but out of lack of history from which to build a strong letter.) Sometimes, if you have reason to believe that the person has written a letter of recommendation for a third party in the past, you can ask that third party what the experience was like.Second, make it as easy as possible for them to write the letter. Provide them with at least your CV and an informal reminder list of previous interactions you have had with them and other pertinent details. Do not just assume that they will remember all the details you hope that they will talk about.In extreme cases, you can even provide them a draft of the letter you hope they will write. However, some people may be offended by this, so I wouldn't go this far unless you have okayed it with the person first, and I wouldn't even bring it up unless you have strong reason to believe it would be welcome------Would time dilation cause a planet to rotate?So we are to assume that the planet is not gravitationally locked for some period of time. This could possibly happen for a neutron star because it's gravitational bulging would be minimal owing to its structural integrity. We also have to assume that $t_rotll t_orbit$, because of $g^tt$ varies appreciably from one side of the planet to the other, then so does $g^rr$ and I'm not sure what kind of orbit that would be (presumably different than the particle orbit one finds in a GR exercise).That being said I think different stories will be told by different observers. So let's focus on someone looking at the planet from a far away distance, he will see the far side of the planet rotating faster than the one close to the horizon. If this side was really close to the horizon, then the observer will basically see a very small percentage of the planet's mass stretched out on the far side rotating at normal speed, and most of the planets mass saturated on the other side almost motionless. So even though the speed at which land is moving on the far side is relatively fast, it would take a single point on the surface a very long time to complete one orbit. This asymmetric mass distribution I think will cause gravitational locking which is peculiar in that there was no gravitational bulging involved in the traditional sense of the word. So in other words this would imply that time dilation will be responsible somehow for slowing down the overall rotation.------Actual amount of time required to change spark plugs in a 2003, Ford Ranger XLT, 4.0 L, 6 cylThis is a bit tricky to answer because it is basically variable. Generally, shops will bill a full hour for every minute into each new hour. So that would be why they'd estimate 2 hours. They are 99.99% sure that it will never take longer than 2 hours, but it could take them upwards of 61 minutes.For starters, it could be done in 30 minutes, but it could easily take longer. Even a "trained mechanic" will not have worked on every vehicle design (which can add time to the job), and even if they have, they haven't worked on your vehicle necessarily. So they may have to spend some time figuring out how to finagle their way into certain spaces. Also, some designs require the removal of different components to access all the spark plugs.I don't know precisely about the design of your Ranger, but I could easily see it taking over an hour (would probably take me about 70-90 minutes, start-to-finish, as a guess) which would be billed as 2 hours.This is the reason that I personally would do that job myself. If you have the ability, skill, and time, then I'd say do it yourself as long as you know what you're doing.All that said, anything relating to cost/shopping is a bit outside the scope of this stack. So all I can say is that I can see it taking over an hour, and I can see if I had worked on that vehicle before (especially several times) it would probably take closer to 30 minutes. It's just a matter of familiarization with the vehicle------Can anyone explain to me the subject and object in this sentence?Parsing of such a sentence (or such sentences) gets easier if you pay attention to the subtle differences. Let's put them close togetherWhat is the main difference (besides is/are)? It's the words "the only". Those two words are a determiner that requires a definition to go along with it. For instance, "John was the only human" is an incomplete sentence, logically. It calls for a question, "John was the only human that what?", or, "In what way was John the only human?". To make that sentence complete you need a definition, e.g. "...that could talk to animals" or, simply "...left".Back to your two sentences. In the first one, the words "the only" make the following phrase, "one of those men", which is the subject of the first 'is' verb, to be in some way exclusively defined, but in what way? That's what the second clause of that sentence is for:The choice of the verb here is governed by the fact that "one of those men" is in fact a single entity."But what about the second sentence?!", you may exclaim. "It has 'one of those men' too!". Yes, it does. However, try locating the determiner. Within the entire main clause, there is only one, "those". And that determiner is plural. Hence the word that is defined by the second clause is "men", and not "one". And that's why we use "are" there.So, it's not the matter of finding the subject of the first clause, but the word to which the second clause (with the verb in question) is attached------Has Johnson's spokesman explained why he believes the Arcuri investigation was a waste of police time?The only comment from the PM's spokesman that has been made after the IOPC announced their decision on this is below:So the spokesman's argument is that firstly, the investigation by the IOPC was launched after being referred by the Greater London Authority, which consists of the Labour Mayor of London and the London Assembly, the largest party in which is Labour, with 12 of 25 seats, and which has a Labour chair. This, the spokesman claims, makes the investigation politically motivated.The second argument the spokesman makes is that the government internal audit agency already conducted an investigation, which reported in October, almost 7 months before the IOPC's report, and which concluded (paragraph 27) that "the assessment of eligibility and subsequent reduced grant award toHacker House Ltd was appropriate". These seven months could be what the spokesman is referring to as a 'waste of police time'.Finally, the spokesman states that "this was not a policing matter". This is a bit more vague, as clearly the offence of misconduct in public office is an offence in the UK. Without further comment from the spokesman, it is impossible to infer his reasoning behind this particular comment. Indeed, the IOPC's report itself explains why it believes the allegation was a policing matter:I'm not going to assess the validity of the spokesman's statement as that would be outside the scope of this question, but the statement above seems to be the only explanation forthcoming from the PM's office. The answer to your question will probably differ depending on whether you consider his remarks a valid explanation or not.
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