Story is dated: Thu, Jun 13th 2013
Err... Where's the link?
Shoes are "non-human appendages". Clothes are "non-human appendages". Should people have to compete in bare feet and naked?
Another reason to keep women's volleyball in the Olympics.
Now define "unmodified humans". People who have had appendectomies are lighter than the rest, so that's an unfair mod, right? People who have had polio vaccine are much stronger than people who have had polio, so that's clearly an unfair advantage.
Too late. One third of MLB pitchers have now had surgery to allow them to continue pitching at a high level. But steroids will still get you banned. Seems sort of inconsistent to me.
And her quote "But because our very survival can depend on it"
I know one. Her manager got mad and grabbed her by the throat. He didn't even get back to his cubicle. He got walked out the door by HR, told to wait at home to find out if the woman would press charges. Real companies take these things seriously.
I wonder why there's no sudden jump in the data then?
Sorry for confusing you with the facts. Carry on with your beliefs.
You are just SO wrong
I'd like a very *simple* smart watch...
* Simple caller-ID and memo display, programmable shortcut buttons, nothing else.
* Very long charge life comparatively (2 weeks would be okay) and/or very easy charging (put it on a charging pad).
I would like mine to also tell time.
No, I do not want a watch that is meant to sell my private information to third party, ass-holes like Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft etc. etc. etc.
I already have a phone to do that.
MPS maybe, not GPS.
bikse are not the raod people you make them pour out there money on this
I'll have one of what you're drinking.
If you haven't figured out what's wrong with that yet, I question whether you have experience working with any properly designed languages.
I figured out what's wrong. That should be: perldoc perlref
Astroturf is on sale this week at Home Depot.
Men with Banjos and Paul Shaffer