Yeah but ten years in prison is pushing it. Is cracking a computer system really more serious than manslaughter?
The Phrase "shut up and take my money" was made for this technology.
How many amps are we talking about?
So do you want to have just one contention, or were you thinking of taking a course?
Soooo reading slashdot is just like flying 1000 mph?
Actually i would be happier if I could lie down the whole flight. Just give me a bunk with some cargo straps to hold me down in case of a crash. That way they could stack us and i can sleep comfortably.
Good news: seeing images is a preference that's easy to change. Just select "Classic"
Any chance of a selection for "OMG!!! Ponies!!!" ? Thats the classic format i prefer most. Thanks.
So who is going to direct this fake moon landing? It's a proven factoid that Kubrick directed the first (which is how he got access to those Carl Zeiss Planar f/0.7 lenses he used in Barry Lyndon). I think Ridley Scott will direct, though if lens flares are needed...
Pun intended and prefered. If I had the money, this would be my interment option. All the techno mumble jumble is too good to pass up. Plus liquid nitrogen is awesome!
Even as recent as the gulf war (yes I'm old enough to consider 1991 as recent) these aging spy planes were pressed into action because they were all we had, and they performed their task very well. Have to admire how well the military does being yanked around so much by politics (and of course they dish the politics right back... sequester and all that). But with all the abuses revealed of late by Private Manning, perhaps it's only fitting that the military is in decline, along with the nation, and has had its toys taken away.
How about as recent as this year. The U2s are still flying.
I do the same, except I use the book to heat my house after i'm done reading it.
I think i know an area in New Mexico where they can bury them. With good electronic company.
I took one look at it and thought "that would be a good build for 24 hours of lemons". Then i noticed thats exactly what it is for. I love that race series.
Here is another great build: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSC9MpCNSAE&feature=youtu.be
Only read the summary, but couldn't we just send a dense object to hit it first, causing the "avalanche" then safely land?