I provide lvl 3 desktop/sever support a Windows environment. Even though I work for a MSP as outsourced IT, the owner of the company I work for still looks down on us. Never mind the companies we service at a fraction of the cost of a dedicated "IT dude" on their backs. But the moment I'm tasked to scoping out and selling a $300 printer or some such, I'm a fucking hero. Err, relative to my current status of earned respect. Which BTW borderline between very little to none.
It's a brilliant idea - in theory. Just remember that this sort of thing doesn't happen in the wild. They're also not intelligent. Who know what will happen. In fact, you may make matters worse by attracting more ant colonies near your home to stage the next future invasion. After all, that pheromone bomb is enticing even if worthless to them.
My point is that this theory should be tried and tested elsewhere first and not use your own home as a test subject. Otherwise, you could be taking a step forwarded while taking two steps back in the process.
The danger of diatomaceous earth is in how it's applied. Because it contains silica, you don't want to be breathing that stuff in while puffing it into walls, cracks, and floorboards without a breathing mask. Once settled, it's more or less harmless. Just be sure none of it's in plain site or in the carpet as it may cause respiratory irritation for pets and crawling babies.
So what's eating the main load of 1,750? That a lot for home electronics in a single room.
If you're going to make meth, it's advised to not use the "shake-n-bake" process as It's been known to burn down buildings. Just sayin.
Maybe just because he/she CAN and that's the only answer you'll ever get.
Well yes, because the conversation is no longer between you, but possibly being recorded or streamed live on-line. If I'm going to be judged in public by people half way around the world, I want to know who exactly is judging me (which would be in the millions).
Fame? Not for me. I don't care for it, I don't want it. An any fame I get would be in a negative light anyways.
No, the Super aEgis II (sentry gun) is the ultimate "Aimbot". I wouldn't fucking go near one of those in a time of war. Hell, I wouldn't walk in front one even if someone told me it was in shutdown mode.
Nobody; and I mean nobody can explain to me why Quicktime 720p or 1080p content (encoded h.264) playback sucks absolute royal balls under the following specifications. Win7 64bit, i7-3770k, nVidia GTX 275. No fucking problem using Windows Media Player or VLC. Butter smooth.
For the record, the machine runs solid and not a single problem with any other apps. It's Quicktime and ONLY Quicktime that's slow. I can verify this same issue with other PC built similar or better than mine. Perhaps the AppleTV2 HandBrake profile is fucking with it? *shrug*
They will squawk very little. You have to understand that the "media" is predominately progressive. It's sort of like when the Vatican is caught raping little boys. Catholics made little fuss over it (even though individually they abhor this act of evil) for the greater good of preserving the faith. The media is going through a similar process. They will not attack and institution that upholds their social beliefs.
And before anyone screams Fox News is conservative bla bla bla. Yes, they're popular precisely because they're the only dissenting voice in town with a large enough audience. They're the exception, not the rule. Other then that, they're nothing special from a quality of content perspective.
What does a Japanese man need with CS6 when he can create beautiful art with Microsoft Excel .
The US Tax code is the way it is precisely because it's used as an instrument to social engineer votes in their favor (power) and dependency on government (control). As for the Fairtax.org idea: rightly or wrongly, such as system or anything close to simplifying the system relinquishes political power. Never mind the fact it might increase tax revenue and boosts GDP. That's so not the point from their vantage point.
I have a theory about why AI will never replace coders.
I have a theory that AI will just bootstrap themselves to nature and their intelligence will take on a form of its own. Essentially, it will change and evolve so radically that its complexity will be far beyond our understanding and comprehension.
A few things will happen at this point.
1. We just dictate our desires for the machines to work for us mere meat bags.
2. The machines will dictate to us how to live and we reciprocate by treating them like demigods under a new nation of Dumbfuckistan. Why think hard when you don't have too?
3. They exterminate us for being just annoying.
Ammo is the problem. But I can imagine them being created and distributed among gangs. You think urban crime is bad now? You haven't seen nothing yet once the basement dwelling production starts.
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The ultimate in 80s cheese.