okay, so how many libraries of congress could it hit with it's laser at 17 miles? If you're going to get all technical on us, deliver something useful.
seriously, this guy will probably have the most sane post in this entire thread. Clever hacks and technical trickery are well and good, but the human element and gaming people are always going to be the easiest and most reliable ways to defeat security.
guns don't kill people, they kill drones.
Engineers come from all walks of life, and don't usually wear signs that say "Hello, my name is engineer". You could have been near one at the grocery store, on the bus, or in line at Starbucks. So my question is, how do you *know* for certain you aren't near an engineer, right now?
probably from northern canada.
it's okay to out drive your headlights, it's when you drive faster than your angel can fly that you run into troubles.
or an un-diagnosed heart condition. which is surprisingly common.
well the problem with that is a gun is not a very aerodynamically sound shape. It would probably start tumbling right out of the barrel and lose velocity far too quickly to have any kind of range. Firing bullets was the proper choice here, let's not armchair quarterback their decisions too much, okay?
c) enable java and let everyone else have access to your money (apparently?)
because they were out of aveo's?
In one of Malcolm Gladwell's books (forget which one, also take with a grain of salt) The reason that Rosa Parks set things off the way she did wasn't so much about her, but who she knew.
Namely, she had a rather large network of social contacts that could be used to rally to her cause. Had she been the exact same person, but a shut in -- it wouldn't have happened the same way.
In this context aren't you supposed to say "master-race whiner"?
Such a backwards, awful point of view to have. In the US we have this concept of 'cruel and unusual punishment'. Inmates, while in the care of the state being raped in prison absolutely falls into that category -- the fact that our prison system tolerates that kind of behavior is terrible.
But perhaps humans and wolves, sharing a common ancestor have the same type of receptors -- able to detect the same compounds. With the only difference being acuity?