Re: re The bad old days
1935 posts • joined 24 Jun 2009
A wunch of Bankers?
Logitech Darkfield Mice would solve that problem. Mine will even work on clean (un-scratched/un-textured) glass.
A military leader doesn't want to find out that his / her people don't trust them at the time the bullets start flying all around the place..not because the troops may advance to the rear with haste, but because some of the bullets heading toward said office may originate from "friendly" weapons.
Not to mention that live grenades, minus their pins, make for lousy bedfellows.
Military troops can/will take a lot of grief, but if it gets to be too much, they tend to lodge their complaints ballistically.
Maybe it's Android v.9.86.96
Will be coming up with a proper dessert-themed "Q" word.
Return of the pop-under? I'll stick to Privacy Badger, thanks.
I would be tempted to try some sort of 2D (or 3D for the extra challenge) visual representation of known music (perhaps frequencies defining hue, amplitude defining saturation, and time being converted to physical space) to train one of the visual/image "AI" machines and see if converting their generated output would do better than the audio AI.
JustIf they bought Facebook, it would then be illegal for FB to collect all that they do.
buysubpoena Facebook, then it's all legal.
So, yeah, they spooks should buy FB.
I also thought of that guy, and Ignition!, on reading this article. Except I thought "Hey, maybe this contraption could characterize some of the less pleasant fluorine reactions.
More about the one-eyed bandit?
Tim Curry as the BOFH, Madeline Kahn as Gina.
Or a reasonable facsimile thereof, it has been over 30 years.
<quote>....was smoking something awfully strong.</quote>Considering the location of his support base, I'd suspect Meth.
Right, wrong hallucinogen, more likely LSD!!!
The way I've seen Mass/Random Wizz Quizzing work is that they select a number of people to participate, and then select a number of samples at random to test. They may test each of them for a random substance, because there is no test for "everything". So OP may have been one of the non-tested samples, and wyatt's "guy" was randomly selected for the substance he got busted for.
Health is every bit a public concern as education.'Sokay, tho. The US is ruining its education systems as well. (preventing any improvements, actively shutting down any investigations into fraud, and doing SFA in regards to school safety)
Jolokia is peppered with security flaws. Anyone putting it in production with out hardening deserves to be the bhut of many jokes; and that chili feeling they just got is the ghost of their career, fleeing.
All right, I'm leaving. No need for the pepper spray!
I would imagine that plants in a zero-radiation environment would grow poorly, the poor dears do need radiant light to grow, after all.
Just your bog-standard base-four counting system.
I think it was originally developed by professional crocodile wrestlers.
"Other than that; Mrs. Lincoln, how did you enjoy the play?"
I was thinking it looked more like a false-color image of a hotel room wall bathed in black-light.
But, you know, your suggestion is much less disturbing.
Fine, you can have the only Traffic Control Laser, so long as I can have the only Traffic Control Maser."Traffic-control-laser"I'm okay with this as long as I'm the only person with one.
Your are Ford Prefect, and I claim my five quid!
Well, animated GIFs do have a long tradition of expressing a precise meme-ing.
You got that right, chum!
At a $94/hour contract rate, the "Break even" point would see the employee getting paid $47/hour, $42 if you allow for a 10% overhead. That would mean the employee is bringing home ~$87K/year. In some of the more expensive parts of the country this is a decent, mid-career IT Specialists paycheck. In Detroit, this would be a Senior Level Hard-to-find Specialist who could have retired, but they keep throwing more money to keep them.
Most probably the employee was getting on the order of $22K/Year, or $10.50/hr. This would cost the employer $21/hr - $23/hr; meaning they were clearing about $70/employee/hour.
Yeah, There was nothing honest about this consulting company.
No! Just a very naughty computer.
Hey, I can believe hopeful. I hope the FCC will do their job, I can even hope that Pai will stop prioritizing telcos over their customers.
I don't believe that it will happen, but I can hope.
Another judge that thinks she's the POTUS (or above him).Per the Separation of Powers, she kinda' is:
"Legislating from The Bench" is actually what judges are supposed to do.
So, using this precedent media companies are going to be legally required to give air time for everybody that shouts at their TV or barges onto a stage uninvited from the audience, and newspapers will be required to publish every letter?Yes! On top of that, allowing same-sex marriage will cause people to marry their dogs, legalizing cannabis will increase heroin overdoses, and deporting undocumented immigrants after a conviction will collapse the labor market.
*Here's the </sarc> tag for those that need it.
Oh, we are not going into a Yanny and Hardy sketch, are we?
I think they were just padding their comment count, trying to drum up some votes.
Have you been talking to The Boys from Brazil?
Use a bigger hammer
I like "crafts'manship". Using the apostrophe to denote the dropped 'hu' from human.
A comparison that I am blatantly stealing that describes Waze
A clear case of a Rectal-Cranial Inversion.
Hypothesis C: A & B are both correct.
'Tis an un-bearable shame!
I think I vaguely remember reading about hydrogen telluride in Ignition!
"There are, after all, some chemicals that explode shatteringly, some that flame ravenously, some that corrode hellishly, some that poison sneakily, and some that stink stenchily. As far as I know, though, only liquid rocket fuels have all these delightful properties combined into one delectable whole."
Ah, no. The bit I was thinking of was discussing the use of butyl mercaptans as a rocket fuel. ...Apperantly the idea stunk.
The closer a pixel's size is to the wavelength of the light it is trying to captre, the more noise is introduced to the image. The goal of DARKNESS is to have as little noise as possible; thus they did not try to shrink the pixels in the sensor.
Now that is a world-class Backronym!
Had it been said that "There is little doubt if what he did was against the law." I would agree whole heartedly. There is little doubt. The kid grabbed a bunch of files made publicly available (kind of like we all do when we download software updates); there is no law against that. It's on par with "Wearing a loud shirt in a built-up area".
Howabout we septics keep our politics limited to the Comments Sections of articles about US politics, and in exchange everyone else can stop whining about the Bootnotes articles.
Or, alternatively, if you don't want to read about USAian politics, don't click on articles about USAian politics. If you do, and then proceed to the Comments Section, you really ought to be prepared for septics discussing politics.
On the topic of Left v. Right name calling, I agree, and wish it would stop - Not just in Comments, but in general (in person, in the "news", in the houses of government, etc.).
"I'm sorry Senator, I cannot recall"
Ah, I still remember the smell and awesome patterns they made. We used the nuked discs as coasters.
If the bog roll is smart enough to know its fate, it will escape or self-immolate before you ever get a chance to see it.
Per TFA, the requirement is an Original board, not Official. It further explains, in TFA, that even differing generations of the boards can have impacts on high scores. I wouldn't have been at all surprised if the high score submission required a Serial Number of the cabinet, or the revision number of the game board.
Sounds like someone is blowing smoke....
If they modify it to sanitize the hot air with UV light, could they then be said to be "pumping sunshine up your ass?"
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