Would it kill CNN (or slashdot for that matter) to include things like references, facts, and arguments to back up conclusions?
It would since those often don't exist.
morons on the left don't like him because he's male, not a minority, or not rabidly anti-gun
Funny how being Jewish is only a minority when they want it to be.
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Exactly as expected...
Someone made the call to have live circuits worked on, despite this being illegal. That person should be tried for manslaughter. It's about time people stopped hiding behind the corporate veil and are made accountable for their decisions, just as you or I would be.
No, companies are people now, better to charge the company with manslaughter and figure out how to send it to prison.
Which is great news! Texas is ahead of the world now in being prepared for the huge increase in electricity usage that good electric cars will cause.
That won't do much good though, Tesla still can't sell in Texas without going through a bunch of hoops for a dealership.
I wonder if it's related...
I know I wouldn't want to be videotaped 24/7 at work.
Spoken like someone who never worked modern retail. You get over it or you work somewhere else.
Links don't click in Chrome.
Enough people don't RTFA as it is, Slashdot now enforcing that?!
There aren't even links to anywhere, just underlined bits.
If the energy shields could only stop energy and not physical materials from entering, then the rebel shield makes sense. The Star Destroyers are too massive to get below the shield without crashing to the planet and yet all of their weapons are ion or energy based. So you have to transport in ground troops and walk them in.
The shields the Gungans used in the prequels seemed like that. It could stop weapon fire from outside, but the droids could just walk inside of it without any trouble.
Wow that site is so terrible looking that it makes Geocities and myspace look decent. The only thing it's missing is cosmic cursors.
Yeah, Techcrunch is really ugly isn't it.
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