Take a look at the demo video. The deer apparently got away, as when the sight gets back on it after the shot is taken, it is running away, looking uninjured.
I'm not sure why he mentioned NTFS. I believe the Windows file modified event is sent for any changes on any disk type, even on remote NFS mounts, that are done by a process on the local machine that is using the Windows api to create files. If it is limited to NTFS then Microsoft is completely bonkers.
The original unit should be put back and allowed to fail...
The Soviets really did use real missiles in their parades, just without the payload.
That is exactly what the original poster was saying. The term "nuke" usually refers to the payload, and he was stating the obvious fact that they did not use missiles with payloads (and probably ones never intended to fly at all) in the parade.
If you really need to prove that the communists attacked other countries (you actually kind of limited it to only communist other countries, which is only a subset of "neighbors" and they did nasty things to other neighbors too) you can, but it still looked like spew from somebody so angry that they cannot see straight. Prefixing it with "I know the above poster is joking but some of you may not be aware of just how non-peaceful Communists really were" would have helped.
Also not sure what is wrong with Slashdot, but I cannot see that other reply except by clicking on the link you gave.
You are really flailing trying to defend the fact that you cannot recognize a joke, sorry. Just realize and admit you did a stupid thing. You are obviously intelligent since you went through the work of collecting references and everything, I'll give you that.
I agree there are probably people who believe communism is a nirvana and everything is perfect. However it is OBVIOUS that the poster writing in response to "did the US and USSR use real nukes in their parades" with "Damn straight they did. And every communist lived in peace with their neighbors." is not one of them. He was making a joke, implicitly implying that the falsehood of real nukes being used in parades is equal to the falsehood of communists being peaceful with their neighbors. Get it?
I also agree that sarcasm is sometimes hard to see on the Internet. But this is not a good example. Sometimes is is pretty obvious, such as in this case.
Not sure what you are getting at.
The gp posted a lengthy article about how mean communist countries were to each other. This seems to imply he thought the ggp (who said "and every communist lived in peace with their neighbors") seriously thought communists were peaceful. I believe the ggp was trying to make a joke and in no way believed that, and the person going through the trouble to post the lengthy article trying to refute him was seriously "whooshed" by the joke and should be embarrassed.
Actually I'm a little unclear what you are trying to say, can you explain.
I think the swap for explosives would pick up cartridges hidden in it? I guess I am unclear what you are saying.
In fact, the Aurora theater shooter could have killed more people with $10 than he did with the guns. Simply, penny lock the doors. Walk in with 2 gallons of gas and a lighter. Everyone would have been burned to death. And none would have escaped.
Do you seriously really believe that is as likely to work as him being able to kill some people with a gun? I'm generally pretty neutral on this, but you are saying some pretty insane stupid things here that make me doubt the logical basis of people on your side.
IMHO guns themselves are not really as dangerous as people make them out to be, if you consider the numbers of them around. I also think they are overblown as a self-defense, my only encounter with crime was to be surprised at close-range by a mugger with a gun, and I am pretty certain that if I had been carrying a concealed weapon then I would have lost a $500 gun and not just $50 from my wallet.
This has been perverted into the false claim that their health insurance should be less expensive for smokers. This is false.
The cost per year of a smoker is higher and thus their health insurance should be more. They will die sooner and thus stop paying for health insurance, resulting in them paying less in the long run, which matches the result that they also consume less health services in the long run.
I've always heard that the part most likely to fail in a modern car is the nut that holds the steering wheel.
The op said "Calling into the kernel code every allocation / deallocation of dynamic memory is slow." I'm pretty certain no malloc has done that for decades.
It does not call the kernel on every malloc call, that's what I meant. The op acted as though malloc/new called the kernel every time.
Interesting, did not know about the low-pressure boiling method. However the article pretty clearly describes the closed loop method which does not boil the water.