Switched to HackMaster.
We will finally have the first men IN the Moon after all.
And will they meet the insectoid creatures called the Selenites?
My eyes must be getting bad, when I clicked this link, I thought Australia repealed a cartoon tax.
So I thought XKCD would be getting more readers.
Coupled with the other recent story about humans in the minority by year 20xx. The Insurance Companies will have a vested interest in keeping us alive forever.
In order to bill us perpetually! "And in those days men will seek death and will not find it;"
(Which also means the insurance companies will be run by women, in order to perpetually nag the men.)
They'll end up putting vehicles in underground roadways then the Eloi can walk the streets to the green fields beyond.
Of course Swedish Farmers are mainly concerned about supplying the larders of Swedish Chefs!
But there is only one way to prepare Chicky in the Basky, and that's by firing a shotgun into the air.
Bork, bork, bork!
Happy I never wasted my money nor time on ebook technology:
"Star Trek: Court Martial (#1.20)" (1967)
Cogley: Books, young man, books. Thousands of them. If time wasn't so important, I'd show you something. My library. Thousands of books.
Captain James T. Kirk: And what would be the point?
Cogley: This is where the law is. Not in that homogenized, pasteurized synthesizer. Do you want to know the law? The ancient concepts in their own language? Learn the intent of the men who wrote them, from Moses to the tribunal of Alpha III? Books.
Captain James T. Kirk: You have to be either an obsessive crackpot who's escaped from his keeper, or Samuel T. Cogley, attorney at law.
Cogley: You're right on both counts. Need a lawyer?
Captain James T. Kirk: I'm afraid so. ?"
And if it matters, I still write data to
I got a Letter of Commendation for coding in Aston-Tate's dBase II in the mid 1980's. I don't see a controversy.
Don't believe it! This is really part of The Sontaran Strategem!
And will they call it Atmos?
Did the mysterious catalyst breakthrough came from a kid scientist named Luke Rattigan with a mansion outside of London full of Mensa kids?
Sontar Ha! Sontar Ha!, Sontar Ha! Sontar Ha!, Sontar Ha! Sontar Ha!
And a match.
So I guess they bought into their own secure "cloud" and have the same issues regular customers do.
So years or reports about fed agencies buying up millions of rounds of ammo doesn't sound so ominous anymore does it?
Easy, my job description and orders from a superior officer!
I too was fixated on the word "Just" regardless of how old.