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I'm recording by running a cable from my amps output to my laptop, and everything works except while I'm recording the guitar doesn't go through the computer's speakers so I can't hear the amplified version of my playing while I'm playing.
"People don't seem to like fish. They're slithery and slimy, and they have eyes on either side of their pointy little heads—which is weird, to say the least. Plus, the small ones nibble at your feet when you're swimming, and the big ones—well, the big ones will bite your face off if Jaws is anything to go by."
They have a problem with eating them, but they certainly dont have one with hurting their feelings! Bastards!
You fapped twice in 18 minutes?
Thanks, I had a huge conflict with the Floyd Rose. I went to Guitar Center and played a Jackson Rhoads and I loved it, but I never even touched that Floyd Rose because I heard how annoying they were. Sure, they're cool, but you can only go so far before it's a nuisance.
Uh.. Tucker Max is really just a huge douche who lives off his dad and makes up horrible stories on his blog. I don't doubt that some are true, but most of it he just pulls out of his ass.
It's private, but that's his friend "Pr Sexii Mami".
Make, model, and year?
Exactly how hot did it get? Generally, when a car overheats, you end up blowing your head gasket. Its the thin paper thing between the bottom end and the top end of your motor.
Pray that your headgasket is ok, and try to determine WHY it overheated.
Heres a few possible solutions and how to check (remember, model specifics will mess you up in your diagnosis:
Thermostat is not open = On your radiator you have two main hoses. One is on the bottom, and one is on the top. If the top hose is colder than your bottom hose, your thermostat is faulty. Replace it, and hope for the best.
Fan not coming on = It all depends on what your car is to diagnose it. Some fans are electrical and come on with a temp switch located somewhere in the coolant system. If thats the case, try to manually hardwire the fans to come on. If they do, its probably the temp switch. If its belt driven, check your belts. I know ford, toyota, and probably a bunch of other manufactures have a setup where when a piece on the fan gets hot enough it acts like a centrifugal clutch and engages the fan. Maybe thats bad.
ITS A START, amirite?
Edit: Forgot a few things. You also might have air in your coolant system. Make DAMN sure that the car is COLD. Im talking let it sit overnight cold. Open your rad cap, and fire it up. If you start seeing bubbles, let it go. Wait till you stop seeing bubbles, top off the rad with coolant, close the cap, and see if it overheats.
Oh, and water wont hurt your coolant system if theres only a little bit in there. The main reasons why we dont use water as opposed to coolant / ANTI-FREEZE, is in the name. Water will freeze inside your coolant system when its really cold, and coolant will not. It also has a higher boiling point. Plus, plain water will rust, which is not good for a cooling system. If you do figure out whats wrong, flush your coolant system.
Oh yeah, how's his clothing business coming along?
Not everyone is an expert in the stuff you happen to like. From the sounds of things you should be glad they're having a conversation with you at all.