If you wait till the last minute, they only take a minute to fix.
Most of the "3d gun" nutters are specifically printing the lower receiver. Under US law, this is the only part of the gun that is licensed. The rest of it is all accessories. What these nutters are doing is printing the unlicensed receiver and then installing regular gun parts around it. In clear violation of the law, I might add.
I'm sure it's just a typo; don't get all wound up about it.
I don't know, it sure has sparked an interesting sidebar.
The entire premise is wrong. Why should some customers have a secret handshake that grants them reasonable levels of customer service? Why can't everyone get this level of service? Or, more to the point, why doesn't everyone get this level of service?
Yes, actually. There is a niche in the logistics business of moving pallets from where they are unloaded to where they are loaded. Also, as others have indicated, there are cottage businesses associated with refurbishing and recycling damaged/end-of-life pallets.Some are just stacked. Fancy operations will strap them into pallet sized cubes.
Clearly this is about ethics in gaming journalism; not about threats of extreme violence to silence dissent*.
*Even if it is composed entirely of such threats. Modern political debate. So meta.
Implement true one way encryption by sending everything to
Saves on disc space, too!
All of this Bennett Haselton hate sure make me miss the Jon Katz hate.
Wait... nevemind. I don't miss it.
I'd buy that for a dollar.
I'd be happy if we could get a pony.
Cathodic protection is a well understood science. I have seen sub-sea pipeline equipment that had been immersed for 20 years actuate like they are brand new.
Slow down sparky. The First Amendment doesn't have the "In order to maintain a well regulated militia"-type clause.
Moreover, even thought the First Amendment clearly forbids Congressional abridgment of the Press, the Supreme Court has allowed multiple exceptions.
So. Take your pocket copy of the Bill of Rights and put it back in your pocket. Grownups are talking.
religion is not an opinion.
Yes it is. Often it is an opinion based on rarely examined and poorly understood precepts, but an opinion none the less.
mouse pointing devices
You went with that because you didn't know whether to put mouses or mice, right?
It is, of course, mieces.
I, for one, can't stand a dull mouse. I need only the sharpest, pointiest mice.
It's like I don't even know you anymore.