How about if the drone crashes on you.
And that, in a nut shell, is why drones won't be delivering anything to your door but death.
It was piloted by an Italian captain on cocaine.
Great sentiment, well stated.
God bless you.
even for humans, one's own feces are safe to eat, barring mouth sores and the like. there's nothing in it that didn't come out of you in the first place.
This is wrong. Bacteria are not evenly distributed throughout both the small and large intestines. Look up small intestinal bacterial overgrowth sometime.
I have a drone that I am marketing, it specializes in robbing delivery drones.
What makes you think JPMorgan isn't Satoshi Nakamoto?
Plastic cartridges are simple and more than adequate for small calibers. Plastic bullets, while more complex to do can be done. ( tho not with a home 3D printer )
Not only that. It has always been legal in the U.S. to make your own guns, just not to sell them to others.
Within some federal boundaries, like you cant go out and make a sub-machine gun in your garage ( legally ). Now i happen to think that its *all* a form of illegal infringement, the precedent is there. ( i wont even get into the state limitations.. more illegal infringement )
Oh, you can also sell them later, the point is you cant make them with intent to sell.
Remember too that the 'intended purpose' is not always what it appears to be. This is just about incremental removal of rights, the irrational 3D gun 'craze' is easy pickings for them to eliminate them from the legal market. One down, makes the next one even easier.
Maybe the patent office will notice a bit of prior art? One can hope, right?
How are you going to show them a Bitcoin?
No. He was just mis-quoted to get people all pissed off and get some ad revenue.
Nothing, but nothing warmed the cockles of his heart like the 8 billion no-bid contract given to the company he was once CEO of.
Name one other company that even offered (let alone could deliver - never mind competitively, price-wise) what Haliburton specialized in doing. Please, go ahead.
While you're hunting down that non-existent company, please also discuss on the no-bid contract awarded to the company that so gloriously just executed Healthcare.gov, despite there being all kinds of competition (to say nothing of companies with competent track records) willing and able to do the job.
And WHY do you think Haliburton was in a position to provide all of those services, hmmm? Former CEO is the power behind the throne and it has always looked to me like Dick passed them a note, upon being elected to the VP office, "You guys be ready. We'll find a reason to go in and had a very, very big order for services. I'll never believe they weren't positioned for the day they'd be called upon, with the understanding they would be called upon.
When you have companies above them?
Sounds like the stock market, and that seems to be taken seriously.
Well, they would be using their patented technology, so yes they can ( and will )