I'm not familiar with the device, but the engineer in me want's to believe that no one would design a system with such an obvious weakness. I believe that it's more likely that the stolen iPod contains data which is tailored specifically to him and/or the prosthetic and it wasn't backed up properly.
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Well it is supposed to be coming to Olathe, although they skipped quite a few of the 'burbs to make that leap.
I believe you may be mistaken about the mileage of the 1960s Chrysler turbines...
How about all of the above? I'd like to know more about damn near everything.