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u/Xenocide321 · 2 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

I would like to point this out:

>And don’t settle for a 99% partial eclipse just outside the path. “There’s no comparison between partial and total solar eclipses when it comes to sheer grandeur and beauty,” Michael Zeiler, longtime eclipse chaser and creator of the Great American Eclipse website told Universe Today. We witnessed the 1994 annular solar eclipse of the Sun from the shores of Lake Erie, and can attest that a 99% partial eclipse is still pretty darned bright!

Do yourself a favor and make the short trip up to the Nashville area where you can see "Totality" for up to 2 minuites and 40 seconds.

I also recommend a good pair of solar sunglasses and maybe a good pair of binoculars with a solar filter.

Do not ever stare directly at the sun without protective gear on

u/ezfrag · 2 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

Yes, lots of others would have chipped in to help, if they knew who to contact.

We walked away from the events of April 27th with a few lessons.

  1. It takes about 3 days for everything in 7 foot deep freeze to thaw out if you leave the lid closed.

  2. You can never have too much bottled water on hand. Gallon jugs for washing up are a necessity.

  3. A grill is nice, but a turkey fryer is a godsend for boiling water.

  4. There's a reason it's called a Dutch Oven for a reason, you can actually bake in these. I always used mine for beans and stew until my buddy showed me how to make biscuits, cobbler, and cake.

  5. A hot shower is probably worth a lot more than you think when you haven't had one for a few days. Baby wipes warmed in the sunshine are a lot better than a washcloth with cold water.
u/StormyStarrySky · 2 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

I have the same, $40 a month with my modem at the promised speed. I've had Knology for years and WOW seems to be trying to improve some things where Knology did not.

A tech I talked to recommended this pricier modem:

Edit: Ack, meant to reply to never_comment...

u/peckrob · 1 pointr/HuntsvilleAlabama

I like Connors, Scene, and Cantina Laredo. Melting Pot is good for a date, but I bought my own Fondue Pot and I've found way more creative recipes to try at home.

I miss Sakoa, though. That was hands down my favorite lunch spot.

u/rhit33 · 2 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

That “gunfight” was started by the cops, but yes that’s where it was.

Edit- pretty exhaustive book on the subject:

u/mirathi · 3 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

I can go on for hours, with similar stories of my home of 16 years. The following have been the best things I have ever done to combat my experiences:

u/enzomtrx · 2 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

What part of Owens crossroads? I thought that area was really limited.

I use a docsis 3 modem that I got on amazon: DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem

I had drops in service as well, I was constantly on the support trying to figure the issue out. Essentially Comcast's equipment tends to shutdown/reboot for unknown reasons, maybe MTU overload, I don't known. The docsis 3 I got seems to have fixed my problem as well as given me a boost in speed.

u/FlyingPoo · 2 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

Download is a little slow tonight.
If anyone is interested, I use this modem and router.

u/Quellman · 4 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

I was reading a book called Hitler's Scientists. In it von Braun is quoted as saying something to the effect of: "I don't care if it is Uncle Sam or Uncle Stalin, so long as he is a rich uncle."

You can't explore science at the speed he wanted to without deep pocketbooks. Glad he ended up on our side.

u/mmdoogie · 3 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

If you want some aerospace historical stuff there is a set of Huntsville history postcards you can buy on Amazon or books a million.

Huntsville Air and Space (Postcards of America)

u/ShaggyTDawg · 3 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

I've only seen a ton of mosquito hawks (crane flies) in my yard just north of Madison. But that's being remedied as I type, as the annual slaughter has begun. I've had it going for 2 days and it's already noticeable that there's less of them.

Whoooo whoooo haaaa haaaa!

I've run one of these almost every year and it's been so effective that one year I skipped putting one out and I think there's such a dent in the mosquito ecosystem around my house that it still wasn't a problem. I live right next to a heavily wooded lot so that's impressive in my books. Before I used one, it was almost unbearable in my yard.

u/hsvbama99 · 2 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

How smalls your yard? I got a scotts reel mower sitting in my garage I been needing to get rid of ..

Its great for punishing kids

u/POVoutfitters · 2 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

M. D. Smith has written a book of his experiences of owning the station and how he won the ratings war.

Amazon link:
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u/pawned79 · 2 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

I just bought a Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope for my family. We've looked at the moon, Mars, and Venus. It can imagine the rings of Saturn, but I haven't had a chance yet. I'm going to buy this phone/tablet mounting bracket so I can take pictures through the scope.

u/JohnnyCutler · 7 pointsr/HuntsvilleAlabama

Relevant link;

> The average professional in this country wakes up in the morning, goes to work, comes home, eats dinner, and then goes to sleep, unaware that he or she has likely committed several federal crimes that day. Why? The answer lies in the very nature of modern federal criminal laws, which have exploded in number but also become impossibly broad and vague. In Three Felonies a Day, Harvey A. Silverglate reveals how federal criminal laws have become dangerously disconnected from the English common law tradition and how prosecutors can pin arguable federal crimes on any one of us, for even the most seemingly innocuous behavior.