Machetes work very well too.
That comparison's more than a bit disingenuous. From the link:
Chuwanga Gyang said he heard a gunshot early Sunday. He said he left his house through the back door but stopped when he realized that the attackers were shooting to herd fleeing villagers toward another group of attackers carrying machetes.
You're comparing Sandy Hook (one individual, primarily one weapon) to Dogo Nahawa (a group using machetes for killing, but wielding both guns and machetes).
Then around version 8, they'll force 'features' down your throat that you don't want.
"You got rid of the touch screen?"
"Yup, now it's all eye gestures! Cameras on either side record and extrapolate, figuring out what you're looking at. Simply blink your left eye to left click, your right eye to right click and both of them to go back to the new and improved desktop replacement, the home tesseract!"
"But... isn't it just a single blinking pixel?"
"Pffft. You just don't understand gaming technology."
It's called jihad.
When an entire religion blah blah blah
Among the major flaws in your argument:
He then asked, “What is your religion?”
He's not Muslim. He just looked like he conceivably might be due to his skin color and his decision to skip breakfast before going to the airport.
Honestly, though, I'd flip the protocol from how it's laid out in the press release since false negatives could be deadly if you're looking at resistance mutations. Put in three non-WT versions, assay lights up if it's mutant. If you don't care about which mutation, they can share the same fluorophore. Or three non-WT and one WT with a different fluorophore so you always get a positive if the assay went correctly and a negative if there's an unexpected mutation in a different region of the sequence.
From when the jump occurred, it appears that they lifted the clamp slightly to allow space for the next drop.
That Scalia dissented means he's not looking at the right parts of the Constitution but is just being selective.
The day after SCotUS overruled the Voting Rights Act, Scalia complained that overturning DOMA "is an assertion of judicial supremacy over the people's Representatives in Congress and the Executive". I think you're being kind when you only label his arguments "selective".
All Microsoft needs to do is ditch everything they said at E3 and start over. Not fixing the problems, but presenting the situation properly. It'll still be terrible, but at least some of the insane restrictions will make some logical sense with regards to what they're trying to do.
CBS News reported that the FBI sources said it wasn't them (they're not white, 6'2", wearing the right clothes or... well, anything like the suspect).
Secondly it had storage space, lots and lots and lots of storage space.
I have it on very good authority that the iPod had less space than a Nomad.