layoffs in good jobs where you had to go in during rush hours. night managers at the Burger Doodle, not so much.
all the silk road gang who never got their stash or their BiteCon back are going to think he's hiding their BiteCon under the pile of unicorn crap in the living room.
since they left a festering mess behind. and then Oregon could sue for all the money back.
and didn't know they were carrying The Web.
and the mode of 256 bit encoding? might be able to whack some sense into a little program and PSK the thing. "2 GHz" is a little vague.
I think they could get some 8-foot dishes, 2-axis rotors, and put a backyard array of 8 or 12 antennas together for less than the cost of a fleet car. repurpose some microwave test equipment from one of their labs, and slap together a ham-worthy hack within a month. good project for the mossy Valued Fellows and a few interns, keep them out of the beancounters' way.
"but I know it when I see it," says the US Supreme Court. Rock is obviously a diligent researcher...
there will be others.
if the haters shut off rant radio and tune in music, raising the ratings, more stations will go back to rock jocking. radio programmers are sweating little furry squirming kittens as listenership continues to tail off, whatever they try. only one way to prevail: tune out the talk and turn up the tunes.
and what happened is, the cable division of Xcel Energy drilled through a gas main of the gas division of Xcel Energy in St. Cloud.
the 811 number for "call before you dig" is much busier now.
a much simpler explaination... the detector material is still groaning from the last collision and doesn't have its calibrated act together for the next one. you detect subatomic particles, after all, by watching what happens when they distort a known material, and extrapolate from the distortion what whacked into it. whacking things causes them to go off kilter. from black bands and reduced light in fluorescent light tubes to bright-bloom in old TV cameras to getting wacky when you leave a dark room and are sun-blinded, this has been a known phenonema as long as we have been around.
and the answer is... don't frickin' do that shit, and it won't matter.
and when my first cardiologist looked through my itemized bill, he was agahst. "$50 for THAT?!?" $40 for this? $32 for aspirin???" they are not taught in medical school the overhead costs of having this shot of morphine and that bag of D5W right at hand in the operating room, and not in some deadbeat's arm in a linen closet.
Glorious Leader permitting all searches including the terms "best" "Korea" "Glorious Leader" and "harmony." any other keyword, or connection to other sites, stunning "ocsic" router of Pyongyang Research and Cloning Institute will reject.
perhaps a preview of the War on Wall Street, coming someday soon before we all die?