Ever been to a Panama City Bar?
Oh yeah. When I was in college, I had a cousin who was stationed at Tyndall AFB and visited him. Must have been February 1981 or '82.
An "Underwater Sonic Screwdriver" sounds like a drink you'd order at a Panama City bar.
My next door neighbor in Celebration just had hernia surgery at the Nicholson Center done using this technology, it's pretty amazing. Minimal invasivness and very efficent. It's nice to see Celebration getting good press for this type of thing.
Interestingly, residents in Celebration have access to the very best fiber connections, competitive to Google but from a smaller regional telecom. For $60/month residents get 1000/1000 internet. On the town message board, residents routinely post their Speedtests with tests in the high 900 Mbits.
I have an application for this where I'm using 365 to 395 nm older style to attract bugs efficiently.
Come on, give us a few details. Are you collecting the bugs for research or are you using the lights as bait for your backyard zapper? Or are you collecting bugs to feed to your pet iguanas?
That's too tantalizing a statement for you not to tell us a little more.
you're changing the goalposts
we were talking about leaders of nations, and now you are talking about the unrelated honorific applied to sports stars
so if you're changing the subject, i'll take that as your intellectually dishonest way of conceding my point here
i'm glad i've been able to show you something about your world. it's ugly. it's unfortunate. but it's reality we have to deal with
okay, you don't like that stalin was a leader, he didn't deserve it
i agree with you
but how are you going to change that?
welcome to an ugly aspect of your reality
All he did was facilitate transactions among consenting adults.
Illegal transactions. And he got a cut from every deal made.
So arrest and prosecute the federal agent for attempted murder. He's the one who should be in jail. Not Ulbricht.
You don't think facilitating the transaction for a hitman for a percentage of the price should be a crime?
Remember, Ulbricht got a cut of the money for every single drug transaction on Silk Road. It's as if he bought a downtown building and rented it out to drug dealers (and hit men) and got a cut for every single transaction.
I know there's a belief that the Internet is a magical place where laws should not apply, because it's digital!, but that's just not how it works.
After a three-week trial in New York City, Mr. Ulbricht was found guilty in February of seven criminal charges, including conspiracies to sell drugs, launder money and hack computers.
So a gun, knife or rope manufacturer should be label anytime someone misuses their products?
You forgot "9/11 was an inside job"
Except for that you are speaking of what really amount to common carriers which transport bits without much worry about what they are.
Now if Comcast was in the business of advertising they have the best internet pipe for looking for slaves, chemical weapons or terrorists for hire... you might have a point.
There is a big difference between something legitimate being used for illegitimate purposes and something being built explicitly for illegitimate purposes... this is why guns tend to be legal while building a bomb is not.
Weirdly there's no evidence of that claim, and the government decided not to try and prosecute for that.
Two different things. The government also decided not to charge Al Capone for murder.
The article itself mentions that five of the attempts to hire a hitman were actually scams targeted at Ulbricht
And he fell for all of them.
"Attempting to hire a hitman" is not exactly like falling for someone selling a fake Rolex in Times Square.