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...as an astromech droid serving drinks aboard a sail barge.
I'm pretty sure the plume of molten copper of an RPG couldn't give a crap about a shockwave.
Wouldn't you like your parting words to be "thanks for all the fish" rather than "ergh"?
Did read. Just saying, I would for a serious chance of at least making the trip.
I'd gladly give my life for a one-way trip for at least the guarantee of take-off and journey to Mars. Safe landing would be a bonus.
Jackpot would be a safe landing, lawn chair, 6-pack of beer fed through tube in the space suit.
Extra points for some days of stay and "science" work or prep work for the next round.
And or declare a 1$ annual sallary. Like most rich people do.
So, where's the justice in that?
With the exception that your Rolex will tell you that the bar will close in 5 mins so you can make a dash for it, rather than being stuck at home to charge your overpriced watch in the middle of the night.
It is said in the movie that Rachel was "an experiment, nothing more". That she did not know what it was. This contrasts with the N6s which where in service. Not a mere experiment.
Doesn't explain why Leon likes his precious photos, giving that he what what he was. But that's not the only hole in the plot.
It was not said that ALL replicants live four years. The Nexus 6 were. But Decker and Rachel where not N6s.
^ said anonymous poster
...if it's advertised in-game.
"Electronics are a low-margin business"
Someone should inform Apple.
I know it's not full versioning but I defy you to teach non-developers how to deal with svn, git or other such tools.
Just offering insights that it's possible to use incremental backups as a means to revert to an earlier version.