only a test...
only a test...
"Man with Internet company want more people to have Internet access"
Yes, I'm being snarky and haven't actually RTFAs.
I'm guessing it's the bits of real panther that really do the trick.
Though now I'm curious how well it works on lady Bigfoots (Bigfeet? pretty sure it's not Bigfeets).
Thanks for the info. I don't know enough, or was involved enough, with any part of GG to have any opinion either way, so I'm still figuring out what's what after the fact.
OP here. I put this up because, in the past, I've found Moviebob's reviews to be fairly reasonable evaluations of comic book movies. Even if I disagreed with them, it seemed he could often at least explain his positions so I could understand them and make my own decisions. His YouTube videos have become more rant-y and curse-y, but I figured that was due mostly to lack of editorial oversight.
I knew Moviebob had been let go from "The Escapist", but I don't know the whole story. I admit I wasn't following things too closely, as I just went for the movie reviews and such. If you can post some summaries explaining why Moviebob is now persona non grata, I'd be pleased to read them and educate myself.
moviebob also does not like it:
But that's the best part of the fish:
But are your Strowger switches vintage?
That makes a lot of sense. A lot of aviation power systems run with 400 Hz AC current (the higher frequency lets them use smaller transformers). They could be dividing down the power signal to 100 Hz, and using that to increment a counter.
The other option is that many operating systems use 10 ms = 100 Hz for their internal interrupt timers. So it could just be a counter that is being incremented every interrupt cycle, and doesn't care what frequency of electricity is being used.
(cf. the jiffy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jiffy_(time) )
I am a fat-shaming shitlord, you insensitive clod.
The article doesn't explain why there is no prescriptive body for the English Language; something that would be equivalent to the Acdemie fancaise. Instead it discusses how English lacks a prescriptive basis, and how it becomes incumbent upon the speaker to match their use of the language their audience and purpose for speaking.
So instead of having the tattoo ink spread out in a relatively benign part of my dermis, instead I'll concentrate it in my lymph nodes. It feels like this could cause problems. How does the body clear the ink from the lymph nodes? Is it broken down; or does it just stay there, possibly clogging the nodes, or acting as an irritant and maybe causing a long-term cancer risk.
Maybe we could also turn the research around. If there were ways to make less digestable or less "attractive" inks, or to pre-train the macrophages to ignore the ink particles, you could make longer-lasting tattoos that need less ink to apply and fewer touchups.
This reminds me of the classic Asimov short story, "The Last Trump"; you should go read it. Here's the Wikipedia link, but it's full of spoilers:
And doesn't Keith Richards have his blood replaced every three years or so? So there should be a lot of used blood around anyway for... testing. Yeah, testing, that's what I'll call it...
I should want to cook Keith a simple meal, but I shouldn't want to cut into him, to wear the blood, to be born unto new worlds where his blood becomes my key...
I'll be in my bunk.
A sine curve goes off to infinity, or at least the end of the blackboard. -- Prof. Steiner