Because rumor has it that he who peered upon OpenSSL's codebase would want to gouge out one's eyes.
Someone somewhere is seriously wondering if we can scale an air defense battery to the size of toy firetrucks and SAMs that are the size of bottle rockets.
Or maybe I should stop daydreaming and get back to work.
In Car and Driver's long term test of the KIA K900, the following incident happened:
At approximately 11,400 miles, the adaptive cruise control falsely identified a vehicle ahead and threw the K900 into a full panic stop on I-90 in southeastern Montana. A scary event. Could a giant bug have splattered on the radar’s lens? So far, we all have theories but no hard data.
Pick a karate school you like and get a black belt.
Can I use that to upgrade my green belt in Six Sigma?
it's because there isn't a cute little way to put a dollar sign in their name.
A$$le looks and sounds about right.