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Comment: Re:I just don't understand (Score 1) 990

by Chris Mattern (#48458145) Attached to: Officer Not Charged In Michael Brown Shooting

There were multiple witnesses saying that Mike Brown had his hands up and was not attacking Darren Wilson when he was shot.

There were also multiple witnesses saying he wasn't. The grand jury decided that the he said/she said situation didn't add up to probable cause. What little physical evidence there was tended to support Wilson's version, although it was hardly conclusive.

Comment: Re: In a Self-Driving Future--- (Score 1) 453

by Chris Mattern (#48445895) Attached to: In a Self-Driving Future, We May Not Even Want To Own Cars

And did you ever notice that the cockpits still have yolks for the pilots?

Well, who doesn't like eating a nice fried egg while they're flying? Perhaps you meant "yokes". If you did:

http://commons.wikimedia.org/w...

Notice the complete absence of yokes. They do get some nice keyboards, though.

Comment: Re: China's internet will become a smaller intran (Score 1) 128

They are blocking undesirable content into their own country that a majority of the Chinese public agrees should be blocked.

You, of course, have ceritified polls to back up this statement.

As an additional point, this is not a case of China blocking undesireable content. They are blocking a major portion of the Internet wholesale, regardless of what the content is.

Comment: Re:I am sure there will be a challenge (Score 1) 137

by Chris Mattern (#48411673) Attached to: Court Rules Google's Search Results Qualify As Free Speech

No. The only protection is that no one except the corporation is liable for the corporation's debts. You can be found personally liable in a lawsuit, in which case the debt is yours personally and not the corporation's, and the corporation as such offers no protection.

Comment: Re:Got you, Mrs. Sampson (Score 1) 80

Point me to where it says that. In the original post, please.

He said:

"what happens if you flick the extreme of a pencil, in space".

And in a later clarification:

Either the eraser end or the tip of the pencil

Looking back at it, I realize that I did assume that the "flick" wasn't aimed down the length of the pencil, but I think that's a reasonable assumption.

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