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So I've been reasonably quiet about it, but the wife and I went all in on keto again this Spring. I take a day (or week in the case of Expo and my vacation) off now and then to get my fix of the stuff I miss (beer, mostly), but jump right back into the routine without fail.
Since the end of March I'm down 40lb and still rolling downward. I think I've found a groove that makes it sustainable for me, and I don't think I'll be looking back.
He was also able to find a single, completely undocumented instruction that, when executed on a particular processor (he hasn't named it yet because they haven't had a chance to respond) will hard-lock it. Not CPU busy, spinlock, etc, but full on processor stop.
This wouldn't be so terrifying if that instruction wasn't accessible through ring3, aka unprivileged userland.
*This is entirely dependent on someone actually creating a model that will work with a 3D printer and may be subject to copyright regulations for which I cannot be responsible.
I don't have a Funko problem, I have a 3D Printer problem. My third one arrived last night.
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