It's like some sort of Jules Verne, 19th century idea of space exploration. It makes a lot of sense though. At least the unmanned mission looks like a real possibility.
I'm sure the large and powerful Danish Navy will have no trouble enforcing that claim...
It's easy to make a fat burning pill. First, you make the pill large and of sufficiently heavy metal so that it weighs anywhere from 50 to 100 pounds. Then you hold the pill over your head and do squat thrusts. Alternatively, you can also hold the pill at your waist and repeatedly curl it up to your chin. Using such a pill in this manner every day or so will eventually cause your fat to burn away.
The author is a dumbass. He thinks his computer is a big smartphone that only runs one application at a time.
I'm curious why my local Agriculture Department needs a bunch of M-16s.
I know that the "5.56mm rifle" is an M-16, and the ".45 cal pistol" would be a 1911, but what is the "7.62mm rifle"? I'm hoping it's an old M-14 rifle. I'm hoping these are not M-60s!
Earlier this year I upgraded my iPod. Of course, in order to move the music from one to the other I had to sync with my iTunes library. Everything seemed to go smoothly and I was happy. Then, a few weeks later, I went to play some music that I used to have on my iPod, and it wasn't there. I have since noticed that quite a bit of my music has gone missing. My daughter said the same thing happened to her when she upgraded her iPod last year. I just chalked it up to buggy programming and that was that.
Now I read this story and I'm wondering if that is why my music is missing. Is it because those were songs that I ripped from CDs. Yet, iTunes did not get rid of ALL such music, that I know for certain. I still have the old library backed up, so I'm going to take a closer look at this mess.
My daughter wanted to be a princess when she was four years old too. So what? I let her be a princess however much she wanted. I also included her in my more manly outings. I took her with me when I went hunting or fishing, or to a baseball game, gun show, and even the barber. I taught her how to shoot, how to do minor car maintenance, and basic home improvement. I got her involved in things that are typically more masculine. Nevertheless, when she wanted to be a "princess", I did not discourage that ("You want to be Tinkerbell for Halloween? No problem"). She learned to be comfortable around men and not feel alienated in male-dominated venues, while at the same time feeling free to be as "girly" as she liked. She never got interested in coding, but she is a very successful chef (a male-dominated industry) and married a chef.
My advice: let your four year old daughter be whoever she wants to be. And if you want her to compete in a male-dominated world, then spend time with her and include her in your activities.
At first I was offended, because apparently, if I like to peruse the menu, I'm some sort of "problem" that needs to be "fixed". But then I realized that I haven't eaten at Pizaa Hut in 12 years, mainly because of their factory approach to dining. Herd 'em in. Get the pizza down their throats as quickly as possible. Herd 'em out. Pizza Hut? More like Pizza Trough. Who cares what they do? Just one more reason to avoid the place.
I'm sick of hearing about Amazon's "amazing" robots. The story is everywhere. I remember touring the IBM plant in Rochester, MN, back in 1989 (this is the place where the AS400s were built). There were robots everywhere throughout the factory running all over the place. Congratulations Amazon, welcome to 1989!
Exactly. ZOMG! Something has been banned! It's like every slashdot article is clickbait these days.
Regarding "cameraperson". Perhaps the word you're looking for is photographer. Cameraperson sounds more like someone in the television or film industry.
The police ARE a fearful group to be avoided at all costs. We live in a police state. Or, at least, we live in a country where the police have been militarized to the point that they are dangerous to be around. These days, when they're sending in SWAT teams to collect overdue library books, even a middle-aged, law-abiding, white guy like me needs to be wary of the police.
That's kind of what I was thinking. The most "hackable" car I ever owned was a 1980 Jeep CJ7. It was super easy to work on. Lots of room in the engine compartment to put extra stuff. If you wanted something aftermarket in the interior or on the dashboard, you just drilled a hole or two and bolted it on. You could go with a hardtop, softtop, doors on, doors off, bikini top, or no top at all. And you could drive your hacked vehicle virtually anywhere. I wish I still had one.
Since it can't climb obstacles, I wonder if you could simply corral one with a few well-placed bricks or concrete blocks.
That's right, and I wish I had mod points today. Unless the author can show that female techs in Seattle are making less than male techs in Seattle, this is not a story.