*Sorry, I couldn't resist.
Eleven years on, and the project is still growing and having an effect on statewide politics. NPR recently ran an program discussing the movement, its list of successes, and plans for the future.
The FSP has a noticeable effect on politics right now — still 6,000 short of their 20,000 goal, and long before the members are scheduled to move to NH.
Given the direction the federal government is headed, people may want to check this out."
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At the risk of spilling top-secret intelligence procedures, I've heard about this thing called an "air gap" where, if you don't want anyone to be able to hack into a particular system, you don't plug it into the Internet. Seems like something they might want to consider.
(Yes, I know Stuxnet was designed to penetrate air gaps. But it wasn't designed to send packages home, either.)
Nope. They would still need a test of bucket and body physics.
And whatever rag doll physics are needed when someone takes an arrow to the knee.