eighth of an ounce, or approximately 3.5 grams.
The answer to the street you grew up on doesn't have to be the ACTUAL street you grew up on.... Street I grew up on? Monkeybuttsfarbargle.
They WERE recorded when they hit the Earth; they're NOTICED until much later, while sifting through old recordings.
... so slashdot editorizer Timothy is actualatedly Don King?!
I use hotbot you insensitive clod!
Try Alistair Reynolds' "Revelation Space" series, among my favorite Sci Fi novels. "House of Suns" and "Pushing Ice" are two more good novels of his.
Actually, mushrooms are a Felony as well.
Not to mention it is now serving me pop up ads and those stupid double underlined fake links on arbitrary words like "travel" and "door". If Soylent News could just get a few more people commenting I'd never come back.
The controversy surrounding the game with the Russians comes from a mission in which you play a sleeper agent in a Russian terrorist cell, and participate with them in a mass killing scenario at a shopping mall. It's more about the player's active role in the killing of innocent citizens than the fact that it's Russians that you're with.
I just got one too, on a different article. First beta, now this?
I bought a salvaged car (04 grand prix) and whoever the previous owner was, they apparently had an arrangement similar to this guy's. While putting a new stereo in, I found a tracking device inner the dash on the driver's side, kind of behind where the A/C controls where. It was around the size of a pack of cigarettes, had LEDs for GPS and TX/RX if memory serves, it also had a SIM card, which I removed immediately. I looked it up by googling the FCC id number and found the company's web site. I was kind of spooked when I found it until I realized it was probably put there by a dealer catering to high credit risk customers, or perhaps it was a used rental car or something. I eventually just cut the wires and pulled the whole thing out.
Actually, they were classified as "munitions", which are defined as military weapons, ammunition, equipment, and stores. The "equipment and stores" part is more applicable here, I don't think anyone would argue that crypto is an actual weapon, as in capable of causing death and destruction. The ban on selling PlayStation 2s to Iraq for fear of them being used as brains of cruise missiles was a situation where the banned thing could be considered a weapon, crypto would be more analogous to releasing radios with military channels.
FREEZE a medium when it's excited, WHEN IT COOLS DOWN it will release the energy. lolwut
Further reflection reminds me that yes, they did have camouflaged rovers, my apologies, I was remembering the hollow lava tubes... Been at least a dozen years since I last read it.