Sounds like another resident of Silo 18.
You mean setting the advertisement background color to #fefefe instead of #ffffff isn't good enough for the Feds?
A large portion of the disc (exactly 8,000 contiguous bytes) has been rewritten with only four different bytes: 0x41, 0x43, 0x47, 0x54.
Aren't those hex for ASCII characters A, C, G and T? Isn't that the same four characters that are used in DNA sequences?
Well thanks guys, but come on. $15 or a free bumper? After 18+ months?
I already got my free bumper just after I got my iPhone 4. It was, and still is, a piece of shit. It completely ruined the look and feel/smoothness of the phone, messed up the top jack so that the audio aux out to my car was useless and made getting the phone out of my pocket a nightmare. After a few days I ripped it off my iPhone and literally threw it out the window of my car in a fit of rage. It's in a ditch on the side of a country road. It played out like a scene from Penny Arcade.
Perhaps you could convert old school drive-in movie theater screens into reflectors.
Or better yet, adapt them into some kind of capacitor to store the laser energy until needed.
But you would need to be very careful with your targeting. I seem to remember an experiment in the mid '80s using similar, albeit much less advanced, technology that caused untold damage to at least one network's television relay satellite. The same incident reportedly destroyed or severely damaged several consumer televisions throughout North America.
Link to Original Source
Microsoft didn't give up the version numbers after Windows NT 4. I've posted this before, so here goes again:
Windows NT 4 = Windows NT 4
Windows 2000 = Windows NT 5
Windows XP = Windows NT 5.1
Windows Vista = Windows NT 6
Windows 7 = Windows NT 6.1
Don't believe me? Open up your favorite browser in Windows and check the User Agent string.
"...including a great flood that wiped out humanity."
Jesus, there was another one of those? How many does that make for humanity?
Because you can't make fun of Neil Armstrong, von Braun or Rutan. Except, of course, for their hair cuts. They are engineers after all.
Look at all of these 100's of posts you're talking about. The ones rated at +2 are all jokes, or jokes of old jokes. Or requests to end his TV show. The man can literally be made fun of thousands of different ways, time and time again, and people will eat it up.
What are you going to say about Neil Armstrong that is funny, or honestly hasn't been said before?
And yes, you appear to be in a worse mood than myself, which is saying a lot.
Seriously, pilots almost never say over. I'm not exactly sure when this stopped, but I never used over at the end of my transmissions.
Usually pilots start every request with who they're calling and their callsign, either full or short (on the West coast of the US you can usually get away with just your make and last three characters after your initial transmission to a controller. If they are getting instructions or information from a controller they usually end their acknowledgement with their callsign. Examples:
(Cessna 182) N12345: "Seattle Center, Cessna one two three four five, with you, level four thousand"
Seattle Center: "Cessna one two three four five, radar contact, local altimeter two niner niner two"
N12345: "two niner niner two, Cessna three four five"
Seattle Center: "Delta six seven eight, descend and maintain flight level two two zero"
(737) Delta 678: "Down to two two zero, Delta six seven eight"
The real question is: Can this be used to eliminate that terrible noise that happens when two users try to transmit on the same frequency at the same time?
And Verizon just sold all that FiOS, DSL and landline business to Frontier.