how far into bullshit do you have to go in the results before you find a meaning that fits this?
If you didn't see it immediately upon following the link, then I guess you will find the bullshit deeper than most.
Yeah, if only they'd invent some sort of device to turn a transmitter on in civilian airspace and off in restricted airspace. Maybe they could call it a Radio-Controlled Switch or something. In other news... if you're worried about insurgents shooting down your precious drones, why the fuck did you clear that area for civilian aviation?
Right.... because no insurgent would ever choose to put their hang out near a civilian airport. Someplace nice and safe from those pesky drones. Nope... that would never, ever happen.
Jeez give it a rest, there are people on this planet who'd do anything to live in our democracy and you cheapen the word with your trinket dispenser.
No one is cheapening the word -- it's its usage in this form predates your absurdist politically correct world view.
Model I and "Creative Computing" books/magazines for me. Amazing that these books are available in eBook format now. Search for "David Ahl" on Amazon. Also here: http://www.atariarchives.org/bcc1/
Had loads of fun with Lunar Lander, Hunt the Wumpus, Super Star Trek, and many others.
Maybe a functional theocracy with an end-of-the-world complex developing nuclear weapons wasn't such a good idea.
They have an end-of-the-world complex? Citation please? I'm only familiar with the doomsday preppers here in the U.S. Something similar going on in Iran?
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Politically?? My Dear Sir, we do not limit our corruption to just government and politics in this fine city. What do you take us for? Amateurs?
Colbert is no a doctor though...
Of course he is! http://wikiality.wikia.com/Dr._Stephen_T._Colbert,_D.F.A.
People are always available for work in the past tense.