(That was for the sake of argument. I don't see anything improper with making stuff in China.)
...I'm not really convinced there's much of anything to be done short of making a stealth drone so quiet and tiny that it won't be noticed (good luck with that, as there's a reason for the phrase "eagle-eyed"), or using a drone so large and intimidating it won't be attacked.
Making a camera-drone tiny may be hard, but making it big wouldn't. If you didn't need to fight the wind, hanging the drone from a balloon would increase the size without a weight penality. Perhaps a strobe at the right frequency and color would work. I agree with hackwrench. A little research would solve the problem.
Sheesh! Lighten up, Frances. and the 'democrat' moderator should too! What kind of idiot took [props from Ginsu] seriously?
An "idiot" like me would take that seriously. It's only reasonable to speculate on the damage going the other way, that is, the drones harming the eagles. Gold prospectors aren't known for their compassion for wildlife. Their solution will probably be to use shotguns.
The word "homophobic" was popularized by homosexuals themselves, And the word "Islamophobic" was crafted by Muslim supporters to imply that their critics were crazy.
I've heard it wasn't Russians at all, but US Intel agencies that leaked it, because they (the low level agents) hated the idea of Clinton Presidency, especially once they saw the writing on the wall about the Comey investigation not going after Clinton.
Granted, that is speculation and unnamed sources. But that seems to be all that is needed these days.
I don't know who it was that revealed those emails to the American public. It could have been DNC's Director of Voter Expansion Data, Seth Rich http://www.newsweek.com/seth-r... . Whoever-it-was did us a service. And whoever-it-was doesn't really matter. What matters is the content.
You should be angry at Microsoft for providing WIndows 10 BY DEFAULT
But I gotta run Windows. That's the OS my cracked programs run on.
Except that argument is such a bad one. The space program is not the best way to preserve the human race. Repeat, if you are worried about preserving the human race, space is not the way to do it.
How would you deflect an errant asteroid without a space program?
Splat is reserved for the sound of meatbags smearing across the surface.
Correct. It's an onomatopoeia. This is just a wreck.
There used to be some guys who didn't care about a space program. They just wanted to chase chicks and eat. Then one day, a rock came out of the sky and obliterated them and everybody related to them. That was 65 million years ago.
On time I was staying with my girlfriend on the 3rd floor apartment, which had a balcony. In violation of the rules, I brought my dog in with me. I parked across the street below the balcony a few spaces away. The sidewalk had some foot traffic. Around 3 AM we awoke to my dog barking, and she wouldn't stop. She went to the balcony, and I followed. I looked out, and, seeing nothing, tried to calm my dog. But then the car alarm went off on the car in front of mine. Two black guys took off running.
I fully agree w/ you - I support Trump, regardless of whether or not what he said or did. The Clinton Foundation taking money from the Saudis and other Gulf emirates is more serious, and what's more - in the WikiLeaks dump, Clinton is shown being aware that the Saudis and the Qataris are secretly backing ISIS. If it is true that they are backing ISIS, then what Clinton is doing is downright treason. She's actively opposing Russia and the Baath regime in Syria for goodness knows why, while looking the other way while her friends back somebody w/ which the US is actively at war
Trump had an opportunity to expose this in the (final) debate, but he missed it. He's probably not even aware of it. http://www.salon.com/2016/10/1... " 2014 email from Hillary Clinton acknowledges, citing Western intelligence sources, that the U.S.-backed regimes in Saudi Arabia and Qatar have supported ISIS."
Of course, anybody who is up on the subject didn't need the email evidence.
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