Start shopping for batteries now. It'll take you a while to amass enough to make that practical on a budget. I'm thrilled when I can land with battery to spare after less than 10 minutes of flight. Not sure if I'd be clear of the blast radius in that amount of time. I'll probably stick to dropping eggs. Gives me an idea for my next project. A flying chicken that drops raw eggs for Easter. Or Peeps. Peeps weigh less and kids might not complain so much when one hits them.
Lots of people do that, but they swap the crappy cell phone camera for something better so they can stream to a remote monitor. It's kind of cool to find your way home by looking at the property from overhead. It's also a mind fuck to watch yourself as you fly by. There's an odd sensation as you pilot around your own body while viewing from the outside.
"If drones are outlawed, only outlaws will have drones"? Sound like another drug war. Better build some prisons quick or you'll miss all that sweet government money.
If Joe Citizen hovers over my yard with video, that's creepy and I'd have a chat with him. Most likely, he's a nerd too. If the government does it, that's scary. You can never be sure what they're up to and they're more likely to lie about it.
Instead of "dude, lemme try"? I don't know about your life, but mine would be pretty boring to watch. The neighbor would lose interest and move on or fall asleep and I'd have a new toy.
They aren't interested in your life. I'm sure there are some pervs that would get off and assholes that would do it just to piss off a neighbor. Most people flying FPV do it for the VR effect. It's a real flying video game.
So, no hope of catching Voyager?
It is tough, but not impossible. SAINT, Nessus, OpenVAS, Nikto and others will generate a report with CVE info that points to articles providing some guidance.
Yes, you could do that, but as Lord Kano decrees, you're basically building a zip gun at that point. I'd love to see more home projects and have been following the 3D printer news as new parts are designed. The technology will get there, but it's not going to be at consumer friendly prices for a while.
Installation and labor might be covered in the monthly recurring cost of connectivity that Verizon is supplying.
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Be sure to shoot some video for your Darwin entry when you try to prove your point. There are quite a few other parts that have to absorb pressure when the bolt carrier retracts.
> both Wietse Venema and Dan Bernstein.
> And if you have to ask which Dan you really have no business running a server.
He's the middle bear, right?
Calling someone a cunt for any reason wouldn't make constructive criticism. When I use say it, it definitely isn't an attempt at anything constructive. I still love the word though.
That's what we were promised, but I had to shell out money for the client platform.
> He admitted to driving pasta charge station
He didn't use his noodle when he should have.
> Did it not occur to you that perhaps the majority of people are actually in favour of gun control...
Perhaps they are, but the Second Amendment applies to within the U.S, not wherever you may reside. Don't like it? Write an amendment and put it to a vote. Until then, the federal, state and local governments need to stop attempting to erode the Constitution. We already have plenty of laws that affirm shooting people is naughty. People who commit crimes aren't going to worry about one more law.
Gun control is sight alignment, sight picture, breathe, and squeeze the trigger.