There are many places where "airplane" space goes all the way to the ground. One inch off the ground puts you in FAA controlled airspace in these areas.
Class B, C, and D airports all have controlled airspace to the surface within a few miles of the runway center, and some Class E (non-towered fields) also have Class E airspace "to the surface."
I don't know where this occurred, but it's entirely possible that he was flying in controlled airspace.
This is a fine for willfully putting someone in danger and destroying property. The pilot should be thanking his lucky stars that the FAA gets to process this in administrative law court rather than the State process it through criminal court.
Rand Paul is really proving just what an imbecile he is. Stocks are just pieces of paper that say you own 1/Nth of a company that may or may not be worth anything.
I honestly thought the show was pretty funny for the first couple of seasons, but then it wore off. Why? Because it's just the same formulaic, stereotypical nonsense after 7 or 8 seasons.
It's basically a very predictable slapstick comedy with a bunch of technical and scientific jargon sprinkled on it.
Did you happen to read TFA? In the TFA, it is said that the College Board does not take points off for factual errors. In fact, it says that it cares not for factual errors, because errors in fact seldom subtract from the quality of the essay being graded.
"his underground Dallas restaurant, has a waitlist of 3,000"
Food that you have to wait that long to eat is not worth eating.
The FAA will not do anything to punish illegal drone flights by law enforce^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H domestic anti-terror officers.
How cynical of you.
Cynicism is never pointless.
I am disappointed that they are even making another Star Wars "film."
I eat five pieces of raw fruit and five servings of vegetables every single day ("five and five"). Anything goes. My fruits are usually those high in potassium: apricots, plums, bananas... but also apples and oranges. Vegetables are carrots, asparagus, broccoli, spinach, green leafy varieties, and some but not many beans.
I get protein from eating tasty animals and from pasta, which is quite high in protein.
Honestly I sometimes have a hard time eating enough, because the fruits and vegetables are so damn filling. During the summer cycling season my wife has to force-feed me steak to keep me over 170lbs (I'm 6'0).
I would say the first step for anyone to become a "former" obese person (as I am) is to STOP DRINKING LIQUID SUGAR! Jesus christ. It's the dumbest goddamn thing anyone can do. You get the calories, but no signals from your stomach to say you're full. Consuming sugar is not bad, but in nature it's packaged with tons of this wonderful stuff called fiber that makes you feel full after you've had just a little sugar, and the fiber slows the uptake.
Oh, speaking of fiber... eating "five and five" every day will... well... let's just say.... nevermind... you can figure it out.
Meat is tasty. I will happily suffer some inefficiencies to eat delicious meat.
That would depend on the southbridge, not the CPU.
The southbridges that have 6 or more 6Gbps SATA ports are:
Where are the calculations that go with a calculated risk?