Barges have to be flat bottomed, though I'm guessing this thing may be flat bottomed. Barges can also have their own propulsion, for example the river homes that people pilot around the canals here in the UK are barges.
Why am I going to buy a locked down set top box from Valve to play Steam games when I can do the same thing on my PC now?
Oh gee, I guess you figured out a problem in their plan - I can't believe they didn't notice that!
Either that or you're not part of their intended market.
I don't know why mechanical failure is any more of a "real" accident than software failure? If the drone is properly designed and maintained, then an accident due to mechanical failure should be less common than mechanical failure in properly maintained aircraft. The design of quad/hex/whatever drones is simpler and has more redundancy than any aircraft designed to carry people. The only accidents outside of human control would be things like bird strikes.
Even if a Left wing Socialist group like the Nazi party was voted in they could never get a foothold on an action that would harm other races.
You mean actions like embarrassing funny coloured people at an airport, or invading their country?
Trolololol. If you don't like them, don't watch them
Not sure why you're saying I'm using him as a "scapegoat". He was the driver, so controlling the car was his responsibility. If it was Paul driving (a possibility), then it would have been his responsibility.
lets be honest here, you don't shakedown a ~350,000 supercar like a F150 do you?
If you're wanting to shake it down like a race car, why not take it to a track? If the car was having problems with stalling, then to drive enthusiastically on public roads was putting other people's lives at risk. That's very different from accepting a risk to themselves.
I'm really not sure what the point of your post is.
Considering the speed limit was 45mph, and this was basically a track car, do you really think that a crash at the marked limit would have been fatal?
I'm not saying it's impossible, since the cause of death was probably the fire rather than the impact, but it doesn't seem that likely that they were going below the limit.
I'm pretty sure they're just quoting an episode for a few years ago. I remember him saying a few times how 911s are known for being very unforgiving. Jeremy knows how to drive, and knows that in the end, it's the driver's responsibility to be safe.
It sounds like this guy was actually a professional race driver, or at least part of an amateur racing team. He shouldn't have been trying to push the envelope on a public road though. It's horrible and sad news, but obviously the driver was being an idiot on public roads, and the type of car he was driving shouldn't really be relevant.
I read it that way too