Hello. I´m new to reddit. I would love to build a group b rally car of my own. submitted by
I don´t really care for historical reenactment I only want something similar in spirit.
I also want to build it for cheap (under 5000 euros – 6000 dollars), I don´t care for safety I only want it fast.
In the lines bellow I´ll write my plan, i´m open to suggestions and would like to read some opinions.
I was thinking about using a 4 banger from VW group. Probably an AGG block with ABF head or something similar (thinking about using AFH head on AGG block 😊).
For forced induction I´m planning to use a twincharged system:
Air filter, turbo, intercooler, supercharger (with bypass valve), to intercooler to intake.
Any supercharger would do it (probably an old eaton), but I want a big turbo (any suggestions?) In terms of intercooler I plan to use two scania truck intercoolers.
To reinforce the engine I was thinking about using a diesel block, but that would make it more expensive. Forged internals are a must, at least piston and rods. Aggressive cam ideas for cheap?
In terms of fuel I´m planning to use pure toluene, no heptane nor iso octane mixed. The fuel lines must be inox, and the injectors ought to be large.
I don´t want carbs, it´s too long to blow-through and the intercoolers don´t allow to draw through (condensation would cause explosion).
I´m thinking about making my own ECU with Arduino (I never worked with Arduino only with picaxe in highschool making a tick tack toe playing robot).
Transmission and drive train
I want the cheapest 5 speed manual that fits the engine. I´ll mount it longitudinally behind the cockpit and have the two drive shafts (one to front and the other to the back) connected to two bmw e30 diffs (no LSD no heavy spring or phantom grips), the diffs should be the same ratio otherwise the diffs will battle eachother.
I´m an average tig welder, I´ll use aluminum tubing for the chassis, and reinforce it with honeycomb here and there. I want the chassis to be lighter than 100 kilos - 220 lbs.
The aero, covers and seats would be made with Kevlar and fiberglass (I have experience handling these materials).
The fuel tanks will be divided intro 3 tanks (made out of Kevlar), one at the front, one beneath the drivers seat and one (two) on each side of the engine.
Steering and suspension
I was planning to use the steering racks of the honda prelude to make it 4ws. The suspension on the front and back would be the standard double wishbone with one spring and shock at the front, and one spring and three shocks at the rear.
My dream would be to make it street legal, but unfortunately in Portugal (Europe) it is very hard to do this. So it would only see the day in amateur rallys, hillclimbs and trackdays. I´m planning to test it in a kart track nearby. Trackdays are expensive and are full of ricers and wallet racers with their gt´s and prototypes, I fear my car would not fit in.
Do any of you has any experience making a homemade rally car? Would like to hear suggestions. Thanks for your time.
Alright so, I took the default database from there https://skribbliohints.github.io/
and with the help of html, I extracted the words to a list separated by commas. It's useful when you want to translate those words into your native language. Word of advice
, when using google translate, do not put all words at once there, it can rapidly worsen the translation.
(And there is a last thing
. Their algorithm of picking only custom words is not working really good, at least for me. Meaning that I often get duplicates, despite having a list this big and without duplicates. I'm still trying to find some solution to this, so if somebody is experiencing this as well, share the knowledge please, I will do the same.) SOLUTION:
Thanks for the reply from PepegaWR
who identified the cause. I also tested it and there seems to be a custom words limit of 5000 characters. The easiest way in my opinion is to shuffle the words before each session to minimize the impact. Also thanks to the flynger
who had the same idea before me :)
Finally, here it is, enjoy the scribbling ^^ :
ABBA, AC/DC, Abraham Lincoln, Adidas, Africa, Aladdin, America, Amsterdam, Android, Angelina Jolie, Angry Birds, Antarctica, Anubis, Apple, Argentina, Asia, Asterix, Atlantis, Audi, Australia, BMW, BMX, Bambi, Band-Aid, Barack Obama, Bart Simpson, Batman, Beethoven, Bible, Big Ben, Bill Gates, Bitcoin, Black Friday, Bomberman, Brazil, Bruce Lee, Bugs Bunny, Canada, Capricorn, Captain America, Cat Woman, Cerberus, Charlie Chaplin, Chewbacca, China, Chinatown, Christmas, Chrome, Chuck Norris, Colosseum, Cookie Monster, Crash Bandicoot, Creeper, Croatia, Cuba, Cupid, DNA, Daffy Duck, Darwin, Darwin Watterson, Deadpool, Dexter, Discord, Donald Duck, Donald Trump, Dora, Doritos, Dracula, Dumbo, Earth, Easter, Easter Bunny, Egypt, Eiffel tower, Einstein, Elmo, Elon Musk, Elsa, Eminem, England, Europe, Excalibur, Facebook, Family Guy, Fanta, Ferrari, Finn, Finn and Jake, Flash, Florida, France, Frankenstein, Fred Flintstone, Gandalf, Gandhi, Garfield, Germany, God, Goofy, Google, Great Wall, 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wrestler, wrestling, wrinkle, wrist, writer, x-ray, xylophone, yacht, yardstick, yawn, yearbook, yellow, yeti, yo-yo, yogurt, yolk, young, youtuber, zebra, zeppelin, zigzag, zipline, zipper, zombie, zoo, zoom,
Hey guys, hope you all are staying healthy and sane (as possible.)
I thought I would make this post in case people aren't aware of this. Jeremy Hammond is an anarchist hacktivist, and a decade ago during the Occupy Wall Street movement he did a really amazing thing that not many people know about, and people need to know about this stuff, and it's fitting with the culture here.
Jeremy Hammond was an anon (member of anonymous) who was active in the hacktivism culture present within anonymous. He was a member of the offshoot LulzSec, and he hacked a private American Geopolitical Intelligence Corporation called Strategic Forecasting Inc. (Stratfor) that did work for many different US government agencies and different Corporations involved in the Military Industrial Complex.
Hammond was able to retrieve a massive amount of private Stratfor emails and dumped them to Wikileaks. It was discovered that Stratfor was coordinating with the FBI to link Occupy Wall Street Community Organizers with Jihadist Ideology and terrorist organizations, in order to strip them of due process and prosecute them under new anti terrorism laws, putting them at risk of indefinite detention in places like Guantanamo Bay.
The shit that's going on right now in America politically and economically, it's just the continued crushing of the American people by Federal and State Governments and Corporations. A MASSIVE protest movement in this country was happening just a decade ago, and I fear that a lot of young people today do not know about it, and it will be lost to history.
It started in Zucatti Park in New York City. Protests regarding the crippling amount of wealth inequality in this country were happening, and it was being organized in a grass roots, decentralized, Democratic way, which was by necessity. The cops made it illegal to use bullhorns, so organizers started doing "Mic check!" and the entire crowd would respond "Mic check!" that way people far away from the speaker could be heard. So started The General Assembly, which was used to organize Occupy Wall Street protests across the country. It was Direct Democracy in its truest sense.
" General assemblies
(GA) were the primary decision making bodies of the global Occupy Movement
which arose in 2011. Open to all who wished to take part, general assemblies
allowed for an inclusive form of direct democracy
. Such assemblies aimed to establish a consensus
among all participants.
Assemblies were primarily voice based with different speakers addressing the crowd in turn. The specific forms adopted by the Occupy assemblies vary across the world. Most assemblies had facilitators
to keep order and ensure that, if possible, everyone had their say. The larger assemblies often restricted the speakers only to spokespeople
who represented smaller working groups, however each individual was still able to provide feedback, if only by means of hand signals
General assemblies were the de facto
decision making body of the Occupy Movement from its inception. 
Designed to facilitate the formation of consensus
, they typically reflected egalitarian
principles. They were often organized to ensure everyone had the chance to have their say, to counteract the natural tendency for the most forceful to dominate disorganized discussion. In larger assemblies such as some of the ones in New York, this was done by formal mechanisms such as the progressive stack
Another organizational feature from many larger general assemblies was to limit speaking mainly just to representatives of smaller working groups
This meant that each individual had a chance to speak and ask questions at work group level, while at assembly level the discussions were kept at a manageable length. In the smaller assemblies, anyone was able to make proposals for discussion. In larger assemblies, the audience got to make brief spoken responses to proposals from working groups. A queuing based system called a stack
was sometimes used to manage this, with the facilitators indicating when it was a particular occupier's turn to speak. Even at the largest assemblies, individuals could always feed back to speakers and the crowd by means of hand signals
Occasionally the hierarchical relationship between general assembly and the working group was reversed – a working group would make decisions for the assembly rather than merely feeding into it. For example, with confidential decisions that the assembly wished to hide from possible government agents or other informants, the assembly sometimes delegated executive function to a direct action committee, which was "empowered" by the assembly to plan actions such as publicity grabbing stunts that were best kept secret from the authorities until they have been executed." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_assembly_%28Occupy_movement%29
This is how Democracy was beginning to be done in America. And as you can imagine, the US. Government at both the Federal and State levels, and Corporations, were very afraid of what was going on. More and more people across the Nation were speaking out and organizing over the injustice of wealth inequality in this Country, and people were taking Democracy directly into their hands. This was going to be a Populace Revolution. The world had just witnessed the Egyptian Spring, and this was to be our American Spring.
But the Federal Government under the Obama Administration, the FBI, in coordination with State level Law Enforcement Agencies, and in coordination with large multinational banks and corporations, destroyed the movement with force. Occupy Wall Street was a protest over the 1% getting everything, while everyone else in America got nothing, and the U.S. Government under the Obama Administration destroyed it in defense of the 1%.
" It was more sophisticated than we had imagined: new documents show that the violent crackdown on Occupy last fall – so mystifying at the time – was not just coordinated at the level of the FBI
, the Department of Homeland Security, and local police. The crackdown, which involved, as you may recall, violent arrests, group disruption, canister missiles to the skulls of protesters, people held in handcuffs so tight they were injured, people held in bondage till they were forced to wet or soil themselves –was coordinated with the big banks themselves.
The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, in a groundbreaking scoop that should once more shame major US media outlets (why are nonprofits now some of the only entities in America left breaking major civil liberties news?), filed this request. The document – reproduced here in an easily searchable format
– shows a terrifying network of coordinated DHS, FBI, police, regional fusion center, and private-sector activity so completely merged into one another that the monstrous whole is, in fact, one entity: in some cases, bearing a single name, the Domestic Security Alliance Council. And it reveals this merged entity to have one centrally planned, locally executed mission. The documents, in short, show the cops and DHS working for and with banks to target, arrest, and politically disable peaceful American citizens." https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/dec/29/fbi-coordinated-crackdown-occupy
This brings us back to Jeremy Hammond. Hammond had been known in the hacker culture for a while, and had a previous rap sheet. He had taken a lot of hell for a very controversial talk he gave at a Def Con convention, where he encouraged hacktivists to target the upcoming RNC for Bush's reelection. Here's an excellent bio by Rolling Stone on Hammond. https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/the-rise-and-fall-of-jeremy-hammond-enemy-of-the-state-183599/
During the LulzSec days when he hacked Stratfor, he was working with a guy who went by the name of Sabu, who was busted by the feds and quickly turned informant. Jeremy Hammond was repeatedly given zero-day exploits by the feds through Sabu, and Sabu was instructing Hammond on targets to hack, which were mostly Government websites of Foreign Nations. In Hammond's sentencing statement, which is censored in the court transcript, he names five Countries that he was directed to hack by Sabu. Sabu was under order of his FBI handlers. But after hacking Stratfor and finding out the Government was falsely trying to link peaceful, non violent Occupy Wall Street Organizers to terrorist organizations, the leaked emails were used as evidence in a lawsuit against the 2011 NDAA. The law was temporarily nullified in a Federal Court, but the Obama Administration appealed and it was overturned, leaving the 2011 NDAA standing in tact.
" Hammond turned the pilfered information over to the website WikiLeaks and Rolling Stone
and other publications. The 3 million email exchanges, once made public, exposed the private security firm’s infiltration, monitoring and surveillance of protesters and dissidents, especially in the Occupy movement, on behalf of corporations and the national security state. And, perhaps most important, the information provided chilling evidence that anti-terrorism laws are being routinely used by the federal government to criminalize nonviolent, democratic dissent and falsely link dissidents to international terrorist organizations. Hammond sought no financial gain. He got none.
The email exchanges Hammond made public were entered as evidence in my lawsuit
against President Barack Obama over Section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Section 1021 permits the military to seize citizens who are deemed by the state to be terrorists, strip them of due process and hold them indefinitely in military facilities. Alexa O’Brien, a content strategist and journalist who co-founded US Day of Rage, an organization created to reform the election process, was one of my co-plaintiffs. Stratfor officials attempted, we know because of the Hammond leaks, to falsely link her and her organization to Islamic radicals and websites as well as to jihadist ideology, putting her at risk of detention under the new law. Judge Katherine B. Forrest ruled, in part because of the leak, that we plaintiffs had a credible fear, and she nullified the law, a decision that an appellate court overturned when the Obama administration appealed it." https://www.truthdig.com/articles/the-revolutionaries-in-our-midst/
Anyway, I know it's been a long post, and sorry for increasing the length even further on you guys, but I just wanted to make sure fans of Mr. Robot are aware of both Occupy Wall Street, and Jeremy Hammond, because Elliot Alderson may be partly based on Jeremy Hammond, and Occupy Wall Street and Anonymous are clearly very influential to Mr. Robot. Jeremy Hammond actually got some credit card numbers from Stratfor employees and used them to donate to organizations like the ACLU, while he did not steal any money himself ("I don't give a shit about money - Elliot Alderson). If you guys like Mr. Robot, and ESPECIALLY if you are a young person, and are not aware of these things, I highly highly highly recommend you read up on Occupy Wall Street, the General Assembly that was used to organize via Direct Democracy, and read up on Jeremy Hammond and the Stratfor hack, and 2011 NDAA. I also encourage you to read Jeremy Hammond's full sentencing statement, which I'll end this post with, because you won't find this shit in any history books in any American schools.
Good morning.Thank you for this opportunity. My name is Jeremy Hammond and I’m here to be sentenced for hacking activities carried out during my involvement with Anonymous. I have been locked up at MCC for the past 20 months and have had a lot of time to think about how I would explain my actions.
Before I begin, I want to take a moment to recognize the work of the people who have supported me. I want to thank all the lawyers and others who worked on my case: Elizabeth Fink, Susan Kellman, Sarah Kunstler, Emily Kunstler, Margaret Kunstler, and Grainne O’Neill. I also want to thank the National Lawyers Guild, the Jeremy Hammond Defense Committee and Support Network, Free Anons, the Anonymous Solidarity Network, Anarchist Black Cross, and all others who have helped me by writing a letter of support, sending me letters, attending my court dates, and spreading the word about my case. I also want to shout out my brothers and sisters behind bars and those who are still out there fighting the power.
The acts of civil disobedience and direct action that I am being sentenced for today are in line with the principles of community and equality that have guided my life. I hacked into dozens of high profile corporations and government institutions, understanding very clearly that what I was doing was against the law, and that my actions could land me back in federal prison. But I felt that I had an obligation to use my skills to expose and confront injustice—and to bring the truth to light.
Could I have achieved the same goals through legal means? I have tried everything from voting petitions to peaceful protest and have found that those in power do not want the truth to be exposed. When we speak truth to power we are ignored at best and brutally suppressed at worst. We are confronting a power structure that does not respect its own system of checks and balances, never mind the rights of it’s own citizens or the international community.
My introduction to politics was when George W. Bush stole the Presidential election in 2000, then took advantage of the waves of racism and patriotism after 9/11 to launch unprovoked imperialist wars against Iraq and Afghanistan. I took to the streets in protest naively believing our voices would be heard in Washington and we could stop the war. Instead, we were labeled as traitors, beaten, and arrested.
I have been arrested for numerous acts of civil disobedience on the streets of Chicago, but it wasn’t until 2005 that I used my computer skills to break the law in political protest. I was arrested by the FBI for hacking into the computer systems of a right-wing, pro-war group called Protest Warrior, an organization that sold racist t-shirts on their website and harassed anti-war groups. I was charged under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and the “intended loss” in my case was arbitrarily calculated by multiplying the 5000 credit cards in Protest Warrior’s database by $500, resulting in a total of $2.5 million.My sentencing guidelines were calculated on the basis of this “loss,” even though not a single credit card was used or distributed – by me or anyone else. I was sentenced to two years in prison.
While in prison I have seen for myself the ugly reality of how the criminal justice system destroys the lives of the millions of people held captive behind bars. The experience solidified my opposition to repressive forms of power and the importance of standing up for what you believe.
When I was released, I was eager to continue my involvement in struggles for social change. I didn’t want to go back to prison, so I focused on above-ground community organizing. But over time, I became frustrated with the limitations, of peaceful protest, seeing it as reformist and ineffective. The Obama administration continued the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, escalated the use of drones, and failed to close Guantanamo Bay.
Around this time, I was following the work of groups like Wikileaks and Anonymous. It was very inspiring to see the ideas of hactivism coming to fruition. I was particularly moved by the heroic actions of Chelsea Manning, who had exposed the atrocities committed by U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. She took an enormous personal risk to leak this information – believing that the public had a right to know and hoping that her disclosures would be a positive step to end these abuses. It is heart-wrenching to hear about her cruel treatment in military lockup.
I thought long and hard about choosing this path again. I had to ask myself, if Chelsea Manning fell into the abysmal nightmare of prison fighting for the truth, could I in good conscience do any less, if I was able? I thought the best way to demonstrate solidarity was to continue the work of exposing and confronting corruption.
I was drawn to Anonymous because I believe in autonomous, decentralized direct action. At the time Anonymous was involved in operations in support of the Arab Spring uprisings, against censorship, and in defense of Wikileaks. I had a lot to contribute, including technical skills, and how to better articulate ideas and goals. It was an exciting time – the birth of a digital dissent movement, where the definitions and capabilities of hacktivism were being shaped.
I was especially interested in the work of the hackers of LulzSec who were breaking into some significant targets and becoming increasingly political. Around this time, I first started talking to Sabu, who was very open about the hacks he supposedly committed, and was encouraging hackers to unite and attack major government and corporate systems under the banner of Anti Security. But very early in my involvement, the other Lulzsec hackers were arrested, leaving me to break into systems and write press releases. Later, I would learn that Sabu had been the first one arrested, and that the entire time I was talking to him he was an FBI informant.
Anonymous was also involved in the early stages of Occupy Wall Street. I was regularly participating on the streets as part of Occupy Chicago and was very excited to see a worldwide mass movement against the injustices of capitalism and racism. In several short months, the “Occupations” came to an end, closed by police crackdowns and mass arrests of protestors who were kicked out of their own public parks. The repression of Anonymous and the Occupy Movement set the tone for Antisec in the following months – the majority of our hacks against police targets were in retaliation for the arrests of our comrades.
I targeted law enforcement systems because of the racism and inequality with which the criminal law is enforced. I targeted the manufacturers and distributors of military and police equipment who profit from weaponry used to advance U.S. political and economic interests abroad and to repress people at home. I targeted information security firms because they work in secret to protect government and corporate interests at the expense of individual rights, undermining and discrediting activists, journalists and other truth seekers, and spreading disinformation.
I had never even heard of Stratfor until Sabu brought it to my attention. Sabu was encouraging people to invade systems, and helping to strategize and facilitate attacks. He even provided me with vulnerabilities of targets passed on by other hackers, so it came as a great surprise when I learned that Sabu had been working with the FBI the entire time.
On December 4, 2011, Sabu was approached by another hacker who had already broken into Stratfor’s credit card database. Sabu, under the watchful eye of his government handlers, then brought the hack to Antisec by inviting this hacker to our private chatroom, where he supplied download links to the full credit card database as well as the initial vulnerability access point to Stratfor’s systems.
I spent some time researching Stratfor and reviewing the information we were given, and decided that their activities and client base made them a deserving target. I did find it ironic that Stratfor’s wealthy and powerful customer base had their credit cards used to donate to humanitarian organizations, but my main role in the attack was to retrieve Stratfor’s private email spools which is where all the dirty secrets are typically found.
It took me more than a week to gain further access into Stratfor’s internal systems, but I eventually broke into their mail server. There was so much information, we needed several servers of our own in order to transfer the emails. Sabu, who was involved with the operation at every step, offered a server, which was provided and monitored by the FBI. Over the next weeks, the emails were transferred, the credit cards were used for donations, and Stratfor’s systems were defaced and destroyed. Why the FBI would introduce us to the hacker who found the initial vulnerability and allow this hack to continue remains a mystery.
As a result of the Stratfor hack, some of the dangers of the unregulated private intelligence industry are now known. It has been revealed through Wikileaks and other journalists around the world that Stratfor maintained a worldwide network of informants that they used to engage in intrusive and possibly illegal surveillance activities on behalf of large multinational corporations.
After Stratfor, I continued to break into other targets, using a powerful “zero day exploit” allowing me administrator access to systems running the popular Plesk webhosting platform. Sabu asked me many times for access to this exploit, which I refused to give him. Without his own independent access, Sabu continued to supply me with lists of vulnerable targets. I broke into numerous websites he supplied, uploaded the stolen email accounts and databases onto Sabu’s FBI server, and handed over passwords and backdoors that enabled Sabu (and, by extension, his FBI handlers) to control these targets.
These intrusions, all of which were suggested by Sabu while cooperating with the FBI, affected thousands of domain names and consisted largely of foreign government websites, including those of XXXXXX, XXXXXX, XXXX, XXXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXXXXX, XXXXXXX
and the XXXXXX XXXXXXX
. In one instance, Sabu and I provided access information to hackers who went on to deface and destroy many government websites in XXXXXX
. I don’t know how other information I provided to him may have been used, but I think the government’s collection and use of this data needs to be investigated.
The government celebrates my conviction and imprisonment, hoping that it will close the door on the full story. I took responsibility for my actions, by pleading guilty, but when will the government be made to answer for its crimes?
The U.S. hypes the threat of hackers in order to justify the multi billion dollar cyber security industrial complex, but it is also responsible for the same conduct it aggressively prosecutes and claims to work to prevent. The hypocrisy of “law and order” and the injustices caused by capitalism cannot be cured by institutional reform but through civil disobedience and direct action. Yes I broke the law, but I believe that sometimes laws must be broken in order to make room for change.
In the immortal word of Frederick Douglas, “Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have found out the exact measure of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them, and these will continue till they are resisted with either words or blows, or both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress.”
This is not to say that I do not have any regrets. I realize that I released the personal information of innocent people who had nothing to do with the operations of the institutions I targeted. I apologize for the release of data that was harmful to individuals and irrelevant to my goals. I believe in the individual right to privacy – from government surveillance, and from actors like myself, and I appreciate the irony of my own involvement in the trampling of these rights. I am committed to working to make this world a better place for all of us. I still believe in the importance of hactivism as a form of civil disobedience, but it is time for me to move on to other ways of seeking change. My time in prison has taken a toll on my family, friends, and community. I know I am needed at home. I recognize that 7 years ago I stood before a different federal judge, facing similar charges, but this does not lessen the sincerity of what I say to you today.
It has taken a lot for me to write this, to explain my actions, knowing that doing so — honestly — could cost me more years of my life in prison. I am aware that I could get as many as 10 years, but I hope that I do not, as I believe there is so much work to be done. STAY STRONG AND KEEP STRUGGLING!"
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