Ebola is a bacteria
No, fire bad. Bread, gooood.
I think his point is that you don't understand sarcasm.
Or, in the vernacular, "Whoosh!"
If this scenario made sense, you'd see Cisco routers with magazine-fed 10gb cards. Automatically eject a spent card and load the next.
That may be a rare example of an expendable with a higher per-unit and per-use price than HP inkjet cartridges.
The article's about a half-scale prototype. The real deal is supposed to be lightly armored and have a few self-defense machine guns. The real deal will also be too big to be an actual tactical vehicle, comparable in size a current LCAC.
That said, there were interesting experiments in putting self-contained 30mm antitank gun pods onto the cargo deck of LCACs, making them into ghetto gunships, and I bet that would work here too. Something to make beach defenders keep their heads down long enough for the landing craft to land and disembark.
You know why the U. S. Marine Corps hasn't had to conduct a contested amphibious landing in over 50 years?
Because the world fully understands that it most certainly could, and woe betide anyone that earns that distinction.
That might be a little too subtle. You might have to do the Internet equivalent of grimacing and gesturing in the direction of what you mean.
"Je ne suis pas autorisé à se plaindre du service, ni la nourriture."
(This was a French review of a French restaurant, so it made sense to bust out the Google Translate.)
Well, sometimes the anticipation heightens the pleasure when, finally, at long, long LOONG, last, you're served. The fact that the bar staff waits until physiological dehydration sets in to bring you your drink makes the pleasure more than emotional, but a deep body-felt satisfaction.
"Other then the terrible food, unexceptional wine list, rude and incompetent service, shocking prices, and unsanitary kitchen, this restaurant is without doubt the best place of its kind."
That's an interesting thought. Aereo goes from being a self-described game-changer to a Trojan horse for other content streaming concern. I can't see entrenched cablecos being happy about that either. Maybe someone on their side has figured that out?
Indeed. In which case, the "majority of the public" is wrong.
Good point. I suppose in Pennsylvania this could be perceived as a problem, but in New York or Illinois draft eligiblity would just be the dead's civic duty, right alongside voting and jury participation.
Don't disenfranchise our patriotic dead!