It's a witch!
Burn the witch!
In an aircraft engine?
Rambo came out in 1982 - Reagan was elected in 1980.
And the book [First Blood, David Morrell] was published in 1972...
The only option was the cut open the case and the wires simultaneously. To do that required a shaped charge. This is the only detonator that the FBI has come accost that couldn't even be disarmed by its creator for a reason.
Wonder if the newer explosives propelled water-cutting jackets could have cut the wires/detonators without triggering the TNT...
But props for curiosity and hacking at tech. 99+% these days are reduced to passive consumers. I did pretty much the same, ripping the radio part out of a clock radio and using the trigger wire from the clock board (that used to power/turn on the radio part) to switch a relay so I could instead turn on my big stereo system.
as to the power sources - clearly the original clock was mains powered with a battery backup to keep the clock going and possibly powering a buzzer, so that you don't oversleep if there was/is a power failure. Pretty much standard for alarm clocks / clock radios...
A boy was trying to impress his female teacher. Really you guys can't see this as what it is. A boy bringing a shiny red apple to his female teacher hoping she will smile at him like he's a man, not a boy?
WOW! A homemade clock to impress her and she thinks he made a bomb.
From the articles I've read - he brought it in to show his engineering teacher, who AFAICT appears to be male, and recognized that it was indeed just a clock. The female teacher was in a later class and she was only shown the clock because of her request, since the alarm had gone off during class.
City councilman Johnny Khamis dismissed such criticism: "This is a public street. You're not expecting privacy on a public street."
This argument did not work for Google Maps, who have been forced by various state and municipal governments to blur the license plates and faces of people captured.
But I guess they aren't the government... if the government does it, it's fine.. (???)
Maybe the dear councilman will lead by example and equip his vehicle(s) with GPS transceivers that log to a public web site whenever the vehicle(s) is/are running? I'd even be understanding and OK with if it was geo-fenced to exclude private land, like big farms etc w/o public access.
Kinda doubt it though...
under US law, the advertising companies do not have standing, since their work is not being manipulated. The publishers, though, may have, as their copywritten material is being modified, and therefore a derivative work created. However, that, in itself, does not create a copyright law violation. This is complex and the outcome likely depends on which case, in the US, gets to the supreme court first.
French law? No clue. Their copyright law might be very, very different.
I request page $bar - that doesn't automatically mean I'm required to also get any and all resources linked to in it. What I do with the HTML code of $bar is MY decision, whether manually in a text editor, through external scripts, or through a plug-in I've installed in my browser.
Maybe in the US - other countries don't have such a distinction between jail and prison - they are synonyms in such a country.
Sweden has the distinction. During investigation, pre trial -> häkte. Post trial serving a sentence -> fängelse
First of all, incarceration after arrest is not "prison"; it's jail.
Not really. That's mainly a USA-specific distinction, and he was imprisoned in Sweden.
We have the same distinct inion Sweden, both the term and the facility. Before trial you're in 'häkte' quite often solitary and with restricted communications/news input. These are typically nuilt into bigger police stations. Sweden is often criticized for the long periods of time persons can be kept there. After sentencing you go to 'fängelse', of which there are different styles. Unless you serve your time on monitored house arrest, possibly even with allowance to travel to work.
One thing I question - 73,011 cams in 256 countries? There are only 190-200... even counting random psudo countries I don't think there are 256...
There looks to be 255 'territorial' top level domains ("country code" TLDs) - not all of which are acknowledged as countries in say, the UN.
During the gulf war public use was actually turned off so the military could have better access.
Huh? GPS satellites are not wireless access points with a limited number of users supported -- they broadcast a signal that anyone can receive (the number of users has zero impact on other users).
I assume GP has confused, and was referring to, the turning off of SA (selective availability), that when on deteriorates the precision of civilian receivers - thus improving the precision availble to the military units that couldn't get proper military grade receivers but instead had civilian receivers. As you say, number of users/receivers has no effect on the system, as they're just listening - just like FM radio sets...