I guess if you don't know what the headline, byline, and article text are then other simple concepts might be an issue too.
Marvel you fool!
Well only those of you who didn't bother with reading the opening paragraph of the linked article.
So your thesis is that males would prefer to look at drawings of men in skin tight costumes over women in skin tight costumes?
Because writing something on he internet is not talking with government agents and hence does not fall under https://www.law.cornell.edu/us...
So if Roberts was telling the truth he should be charged for hacking the avionics. If he wasn't telling the truth then he should be charged with making false statements.
Though of course the FBI will want to dig up evidence either way before doing anything. Even though it's obvious the second is the case. If a plane he had caused a plane to climb the pilots would have reported that the plane initiated a climb all by itself and the FAA would be investigating and probably grounding planes or having them disable the entertainment systems.
Maybe in a couple of weeks your first grade teacher will tell you about the word "nearly" and how it isn't just a random jumble of letters with no meaning that we just throw randomly into sentences for fun.
That's still the modern usage. Once upon a time motor meant "to move" and engine meant a contrivance to do something or just a physical device. "search engine" is that old usage in modern vernacular.
engine and motor are essentially synonyms in modern usage.
What do you call device that imparts motion without using electricity?
There's no issue with his choice of sports (aside from why would you risk the brain damage - but that's an different topic). I also do bjj - the wussiest of the "combat" sports - two people rolling on the ground hugging
Of course when you think about it when I train bjj I'm really trying to get another human being into a position in which they will die if I don't choose to let go - let's ignore all the other people around who will *make* me let go if I'm actually psychotic.
I don't think there is a big deal - he just said something that when taken at his word is reasonably disturbing. Though CTE is pretty scary lurking in the background, possibly more so for someone who claims to need to be physically violent to start with.
That's not what he said.
When football season if over plain old football training doesn't provide enough physical violence to make him pleasant so he adds kickboxing and wrestling where you do get to physically assault people in training.
He didn't say he "enjoys physical sports" he said he needs to be able to perform physical violence on other people in order to not be "not a pleasant person to be around".
Sure maybe he just worded things badly - then again he's supposed to be smart in a field of logic and precision and so just as likely meant exactly what he said.
He said if he goes too long without physically assaulting people he becomes "not a pleasant person to be around". Most people aren't like that, and those that are don't usually admit it.
Right you took that 4 from 48 and constructed a claim with two significant figures (ignoring that 2 of those 4 were people driving cars that happen to be capable of self-driving but were not doing to as the time), something that clearly can't be supported with the pitifully small data set used.
Obviously you wave them back on first, I can't believe you'd think someone would get out of their car before doing that, but whatever.
They were there first, they can either go, or park, or put their hazards on. I'm never in a rush, I have all day...