Go into a bar, I mean, an Iranian space capsule. The mouse says... Come on, help me out here.
Stationary, relative to what?
Is that you, Bones?
I am so relieved that wasn't just me. If my brain were a punch card reader, it would have jammed on that one. (Where's my lighter?
Where's Ratchet? And will there be an option for a heli-lifter or jetpack?
You're just as sarcastic and snarky as I am. Merry Christmas, y'all!
Oh crap! You were so young!
Years ago I saw (maybe on 60 Minutes, who knows) a clip about a woman who paid an artist to do an "installation" at her apartment for $10,000. It consisted of a 3" piece of rope nailed horizontally to the wall between the entranceway door hinge and the corner of the room. That's it. It just stuck in my mind as either a glaring example of "conspicuous consumption," or of one affluent person's vulnerability to a line of bullshit. (OTOH, maybe this was all a setup to get on 60 Minutes.)
And free on Kindle too.
Probably because we only got 2 words of mention in that library, one them being "mostly."
I for one welcome our self-assembling nanorod overlords. (Gotta be better than our current idiot overlords...)
Truecrypt volumes have a Hidden Volume feature. Somebody forces you to give the password, just give them the password (after a suitable amount of reluctance) to the non-Hidden Volume. The other password is the one you never give, and they can't prove it even exists.
"We will kill the golden goose if we kill his eggs." Uh, those aren't eggs...!
Best yet, it would make it nearly impossible for the MSM to ignore the blackout/SOPA/PIPA. Then watch as they tiptoe around the elephant in the living room: why they haven't been covering SOPA/PIPA up until this point. I will note that CurrentTV did cover SOPA, and then pointed out the lack of coverage with ABC/NBC/CBS, etc.
FTA: "...is a good demonstration of how the Internet enables Democracy." Thus ensuring that politicians everywhere hate it and want to kill it,