I think you described the voting system in my state.
Elton John has been wearing these for years.
Beautiful. Wish I had points left.
Ran 38 Axis cameras on a 4 core pizza box for over 6 years.
Each motion detection zone was almost infinitely adjustable, multiple include/exclude/preclude zones configurable on every camera. Not just rectangular zones either, multi point polygons easily configured.
REALLY curious about what you found for under $2000 that can do that because some places I support don't have the brains to allow a Linux system in.
If you enjoy numbers and books about them that are reasonably priced so when you 'loan' one to a friend it wont hurt...
Sorry for the run on sentence, I just want to recommend "A MATHEMATICIAN READS THE NEWSPAPER" by John Allen Paulos.
As you noted, you need a real car to make this practical, yet you left out the expense of having two cars.
Most people would rather have to insure, license, maintain, and nees parking for one vehicle.
The no range electrics seem t be vanity vehicles.
Ducted fan starp on, best fanny pack ever.
Sure it's not as cool as a real jet or rocket but I want one.
Didn't see any specs on range/endurance. Still I want one.
They must have been thinking of the MF-813 Flying Mule from Firefly.
They can't tell the difference between Star Wars and Star Trek let alone, well, whatever.
I had a dyslexic girlfriend.
She loved to cook socks.
With all this uproar it sounds like TurboTax has become the ObamaCare of tax software.
It's a perfectly cromulent word.
I used to get strong armed at work to give to the united way.
I found an article (mid 90's?) detailing the several times a month first class Concord trips by their CEO.
They came back with a couple of managers, I sent them packing asking that I never be bullied again.
By the way, which European country was allowing it to fly supersonic over their population?
Oh, oh dear.
And an almost fanatical devotion to the pope.
Computers are unreliable, but humans are even more unreliable. Any system which depends on human reliability is unreliable. -- Gilb