In a Galaxy Far, Far Away...
Of course! Think about it. A swarming, bloodthirsty race spreads from its blazingly hot, otherwise-lifeless homeland across the sector, devouring or perverting everything in its path. After they destroy a civilized human base, do you know what they do with the remnant? They infest it. They implant their essence into the base's very core, and turn it into a breeding factory - for suicide bombers! Poor, twisted versions of what was once human, with no free will, their only actions for the glory of Mohamm - I mean, the Overmind.
Starcraft is obviously an Islamic plot to destroy the US and Western Civilization.
So...Heart of the Shawarma?
Where trolls are actually on-topic?
Aka figuring out the best text editor, whether it be vim, or notepad.exe.
[quote]If you think they're too slow, perhaps try riding a bicycle or a donkey or even walking to give yourself a bit of perspective and be grateful that you have mechanised transport.[/quote]
The advice is appreciated, but most people will just go as fast as they want.
With that send, most people have enough self interest and dislike of life ending events that the speed they converge on...is quite reasonable for the road and the conditions. Most people I've seen on the road go pretty fast when it's bone dry and nice and slow down in a hurry when it's raining and shitty.
TLDR: People are intelligent enough to not completely fuck themselves over, most of the time.
Uh huh. So these women, you claim, are turned off by operating outside their comfort zone, and that makes the programmers the socially awkward ones?
The solution to this is to have a million terrorists board the plane.
It's developing it's own light fighter: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HAL_Tejas
The Rafale looks like it'll be the strike fighter, while the Su-30 will be used for air superiority.
Even non luxury cars come with things like bluetooth nowadays. The attack vectors are present.
Depends on the car. The Corvette, for example, has three variants on the engine, each variant costing a different amount of money.
Technically there's nothing preventing me from slitting an envelope and reading it, no?
Certainly it would be easier getting humans there than the outer solar system places.
Not with that attitude, anyways.
I read through this link. It looks like the author's main complaint is that a freely available open source fork of chromium isn't changing enough stuff?
And that makes them a scammer?
I'm a bit lost. Maybe I'm misreading something?
Android 2.2 onwards has hot spot and usb tethering built in, no?
Seems to work on my device.