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Comment: Indeed O'Neal... (Score 1) 228 228

by stink_eye (#49730301) Attached to: Marvel's Female Superheroes Are Gradually Becoming More Super
Female character powers have gone up, along with boob dimensions, whilst waistlines, hemlines and clothing coverage have dis-proportionaly shrank! God Bless comic books, if it wasn't for them I wouldn't have developed the keen interest in realistic female body types that I posess today! I truly appreciate powerful, statuesque, scantilly clad women!

Comment: Simple... (Score 1) 634 634

by stink_eye (#49568429) Attached to: How To Increase the Number of Female Engineers
Increase the duration of the male engineer harvest season and increase the bag limit to 4 male engineers per season. In order to harvest a male engineer, the engineer must have at a minimum 1 set of calipers, a pencil and slide rule in either the left side front shirt or lab coat pocket...

Comment: Re:Tactical EMP (Score 1) 208 208

by stink_eye (#48862775) Attached to: US Army Wants Weapon To Destroy Drone Swarms
I think the reusable part is eclipsed by the need to deliver the burst quickly and with (moderate) accuracy. You wouldn't know which way the swarm was coming or even multiple swarms from multiple directions. How are you going to drive that apparatus to the swarm? Maybe mounted on a shielded jet? But I still think the one time missle delivery would be cheaper more effective...

Comment: That's right... Work Harder! (Score 4, Insightful) 238 238

Rather than taking actions that short cuts the Constitution of the United States and infringes the rights of the citizen populace you claim to want to protect. Guess what, if the people of the US have lost faith and trust in the Military, Judiciary, Executive, and Legislative branches, as well as in Law Enfiorcement there is a reason for it. It's not some mass hallucination or mob mis-perception. The US Government has undermined the trust of the populace and now it is reaping the consequences. Don't bitch that the job is now harder because of infringements caused by corruption and incompetance within the highest corridors of power within the U.S.

Comment: For reals??? (Score 5, Insightful) 510 510

by stink_eye (#46013785) Attached to: Senator Dianne Feinstein: NSA Metadata Program Here To Stay
Is this woman for real? She seems very protective of our Great Satan role. There are new vicious terrorists popping up everywhere, especially right here in our own back yard she seems to infer... And what the hell, the president thinks it's a good idea, so those of us in the congressional branch ought to jump right behind him on that, because, you know, he's a politician, we're politicians and we all just roll like that... Everyone knows that the American people don't need/want privacy anyhow... They will all feel so much better once we remove those annoying constitutional freedoms that are such a distraction in their day to day lives. Just like castrating a dog! How does that silly putz stay in office anyhow?

Comment: I am shocked, SHOCKED!!!!! (Score 1) 246 246

by stink_eye (#44435885) Attached to: Asus CEO On Windows RT: "We're Out."
Anyone that purchased, the grotesquely overpiced Transformer or Transformer Prime models, or experienced ASUS's lack luster support, indecipherable RMI process, on again/off again customer communication strategies or underwhelming, overpromised hardware/software tablet solutions is probably shocked to see this announcement.

The only thing that sucks worse than ASUS as a hardware manufacturer of tablets and OEM distributor/reseller is Microsoft as a tablet desinger/developer who uses ASUS hardware as a platform. It's the rotten olive atop a shit sandwich. Never again will ASUS get my custom...

Comment: Re:Nope (Score 2) 741 741

by stink_eye (#35780052) Attached to: Could You Pass Harvard's Entrance Exam From 1869?
Oh so true! Because we all know that people aren't graduating from college at the moment drowned in debt with no viable job's in the offing! Bravo! I'd say the knuckle dragging blue collar worker probably has a leg up on the debt saturated graduate in this period of the American Economy.

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