Of course they will. Capcom wouldn't be retarded enough to publicize this anti-feature or disclose it anywhere on the box.
I don't have any server to name, but if I did I would start with the planet and ship names from Master of Orion.
Hmm, there's got to be some sort of topological argument against this.
Sure 9/11 had vastly more deaths per hour, except over only couple hours in the year instead of 8760 hours.
Oh, you're serious?
Let me laugh even harder.
We already have that, it's called the Intermodal Container. A tram way could haul carriages that would just clip onto the top of the containers like those cranes that unload them from ships. You could design a station where trucks line up and drive under the cables, the carriage lowers and plucks the container off the truck, all with out stopping.
This is going to be about as helpful as those scanners are, but less likely to result in sexual assault charges being filed against TSA employees.
Apparently you haven't seen the Japanese remake of 'Little Shop of Horrors'.
You are a dick.
(This is coming from atheist).
So a state law seems to override a federal law. I wonder what may have changed the courts mind after they decided that the feds can ignore California's medical marijuana laws. I suppose I don't need to ask that question if any of these sound recording belong to RIAA members.
I think it's more like "If you've done something wrong in our names, we have a right to know about it and punish you for it".
The sheep may be well armed, but that won't change the fact that the vote was 2 to 1 in favor of mutton.
Like we need another lame Dan Brown book+movie.
Split-flap displays make a little click when they change characters. Given some of the known words sequences that will be displayed, variations in the sound of each click, and variations in the timing due to the addressing of the characters, I'm sure complete displays could be reconstructed.
Would it be too much to ask that these things not communicate wirelessly? It seems to me that this just unnecessarily multiplies the threat. (Everyone here should remember the shit storm over RFID passports). They really should use a contact based communication system in such a critical application like this. I suggest the transmitter use a small solenoid to tap (like Morse code) on a sensing plate glued to a rib.