Yea, but those "keys" didn't produce a satisfying "BONG!" when you pressed them to turn the PC on.
You also missed the part in TFA where they compared the planes of rotation of these disks and the galactic plane and discovered no correlation.
If you liked the Commonwealth and Void books, then definitely find Hamilton's Night's Dawn Trilogy. You'll like them just as much.
I also liked Fallen Dragon, but it took a long, long time to get rolling. Many may not have the patience.
The rest of his novels... Meh. His space opera rocks though.
I also recommend Alastair Reynolds and Ian M. Banks if you like Hamilton.
I suggest referring to PornHub instead.
... if the territory is uninhabited, then it's a 'cultural artifact.' But if it's inhabited, then it's a 'frontier.'
Oh, gee, look at the time. I need to water my cat. Bye.
Only good thing.
You can't swing a cat in KC without finding BBQ that's better than that found in much the country Westward. (And I mean better executed... if you're fond of dry rub or Carolina BBQ then you may respectfully disagree on aesthetics.)
Teh Blues. Lots of good music in KC, mostly gravitating towards the intersection of Blues and Jazz.
If you're driving X-Country on Interstate 70, plan an overnight stop in downtown KC and then go find a KC Masterpiece restaurant and a blues club to visit afterwards.
The only thing cheaper than hardware is talk.