Still need to work out a few problems with the Plutonium-Lithium battery I'm developing. Those pesky laws about who can buy the raw materials is making development difficult. And I suing Duncan-Heinz, that box of yellow cake I bought didn't have any fissile materials in it at all!
You must be from 1984.
Hipsters go for a much more shaped and trimmed beard than most Muslims do.
That and they don't tend to blow-up quite as often....
Not if the baristas get thier name wrong at Starbucks.
SpaceX isn't doing the rocket business the way other rocket builders do... SpaceX cut corners by not testing each and every component, accepting the risk of a failure rather than spending time and money on eliminating a one in a million possibility. This is something the older rocket builders do as a matter of course with the customer paying for it in the launch pricetag.
This becomes a problem as the number of components approaches a million.
Q. How much does a foodblogger weigh?
A. An instagram
Like they haven't thought of that.
It will come with instructions that point out that it will be crippled unless you can get it hooked up to the Internet.
For reference, see this:
Worse it will come with a lifetime cellular network connection and you cannot opt out, even by not connecting it to a router.
Just do not allow it to connect to your network or not allow it to get online by configuring your router?
Hahahaha. They will soon use a non-opt out lifetime cellular service plan as a backup.
1 Mole = 007 Secret Agents