The CTO (who is responsible to shareholders for turning a profit) of a semiconductor producer is laying down the foundations for why they won't be making processors cheaper?
Not touching that with a 1000 light-year pole.
I'm sure Archer could provide some choice words to this effect.
And what does Japan have in excess?
I think he was more worried about what would happen to all the poor lawyers when there is a massive drop in lawsuits. Somebody think of the lawyers!
I'd make sure to wash my hands after touching Anything on the internet.
Have you not noticed how similar to Android this guy's name is? Our future (and possibly time-travelling) robot overlords are mocking us in plain sight. All Hail Them!
Not smarts, intuition.
5b. The bad guys will still be able to find a way around this, either using older vehicles, or by hardening the important functions of the car against electrical interference.
Perhaps an investigation needs to be performed by a regulatory authority on the road worthiness and tendency to burst into flames of the Carrera GT?
Yeah, this is another one that really bothers me. Like the idea that zombies do not need to breath and cannot be drowned. As if their muscles do not need oxygen anymore to function.
If you assume an overnight conversion of 5% of America's population to Zombies (and not a gradual spread of infection) then you have 15.6 million survivors of 320 million people.
If only 1/3 of those people actively went hunting zombies, and managed to kill just one a day, All the zombies are dead in 2 months.
This is why I can't watch shows like The Walking Dead, where zombies are really easy to kill. The level of infection would never reach 95% in a real world scenario where you are required to be infected (by bite or scratch) and killed for it to spread.
According to Wikipedia, the US has an active manpower of almost 1.5 million people. When mobilised, It is safe to assume they with training and equipment they can kill at least 5 a day, meaning the epidemic is over in less than a fortnight.
People run by People, for the People.
However, I have been thinking about changing slightly how I do my passwords... the base password will always stay the same, but I may prepend or append the the first 3 characters of the sites name or something (maybe not quite this obvious).
Yeah, but almost every site begins with "www" so you are still stuck with a single password everywhere
Is that an African or European octocoptor?