My all means use a nail gun. Anaconda sell spear guns too.
...is harder to get in Australia so improvised weapons are not going to be as much use as in the US.
Thats a UK thing, right? With a Tesla it could probably be done remotely, with software.
I have read elsewhere that servicing the Model S means topping up the wiper fluid and rotating the tyres. Braking is done mostly with the driveline. Suspension generally lasts the life of a car these days. Electric motors are super reliable. Single speed gearboxes are reliable, like a differential gear. You basically build it and never touch it again.
If electric cars take over the market, the demand for car maintenance will collapse. Thats a big chunk of the job market in some areas and there will have to be some adjustment.
We should all have such problems. Also if they find the cure for cancer, a lot of oncologists will be out of a job. It's still a big net win for society in either case.
Thats right but mechanics will still complain and vote for measures to preserve the status quo.
Its a sign of things to come for the economy though. If electric cars take over the market, the demand for car maintenance will collapse. Thats a big chunk of the job market in some areas and there will have to be some adjustment.
It must have been rougher than normal driving. Can a comparison be made with images taken right after landing?
Yeah and not bragging about his achievements.
Given the general leakyness of the Lulzsec "organisation", this person has done well to remain unidentified.
I am pretty sure the seismic gear was shut down remotely to save money on the ground.
That was 19 km/h on the first Apollo 17 EVA, down a fairly steep hill, though John Young was sceptical, probably because he was the record holder at the time.
Hitting on the coffee machine, maybe.
Yeah he sounds a bit like Ben Zygier to be honest.
My wife's VW Jetta had constant problems with the DSG transmission as long as the car was in warrantee. Every time we took it in the dealer would say something like they put the wrong firmware version in and it destroyed the clutch but here is a new software load lets see how it goes. It went on for years with VW funding all this work which the dealer was creating.
Its no wonder that Tesla don't want to have to deal with the fuckers.
More exciting crashes, as well.