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Comment: What on earth would be the purpose for this? (Score 1) 161

by DrPeper (#47560331) Attached to: Senate Bill Would Ban Most Bulk Surveillance

Ok first off, the agencies in question repeatedly have shown no compunction what-so-ever to following ANY laws. They certainly will not follow this one. On top of that all they have to do is say "National Security" and the point it moot. So someone please tell me why this is anything other than political band-standing, a complete waste of taxpayer money, and completely idiotically pointless.

Comment: And now for the improperly spun article of the day (Score 2) 77

by DrPeper (#47483879) Attached to: Wearable Robot Adds Two Fingers To Your Hand

Ok, so I read the snippet of the article and got one image in my mind, then when I went to the article and saw the picture... Let's just say less than impressive. Those aren't fingers those are sticks.

Wake me when I can strap two extra tentacle like arms with actually human(ish) hands on the end of them to my back. Oh and they should be partially intelligent too.

Comment: Seriously??? ARE YOU KIDDING ME??? (Score 0) 147

by DrPeper (#43591899) Attached to: Space Coffee, Just the Way You Like It

THIS is what you spend your college days doing? Developing COFFEE for non-existent space flights? Oh how proud your parents MUST be. I know I certainly am. You definitely deserve a high paying position when you get out of college for this *incredible* feat of mental fortitude. Society in general DEFINITELY needs more useless people such as yourselves. Whoop, Whoop!

Comment: You can not. (Score 1) 276

by DrPeper (#42373365) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How To Gently Keep Management From Wrecking a Project?

The damage has already been done to the project, there is no resurrecting it. You are done, it is over. Sorry to say it. But once you get a textbook MBA into the matter, it is over and there is no Resurrection for project. You will do well in your further endeavors, however this one has reached it's conclusion.

Old programmers never die, they just become managers.