Try the spam, bacon, bacon, bacon and spam
that's not got much spam in it.
2047 posts • joined 29 Jul 2007
that's not got much spam in it.
He just didn't want to be seen to be gloating.
Nicholas Cage can only be explained by dark magic.
What's the problem? They're nuggets which contain a large proportion of vegetables. Since 'nugget' (in this sense) by default describes a meat product you should expect meat unless the name includes words like 'vegetarian' or 'non-meat'. I'm not a vegetarian but my sister is a vegan and I can assure you she checks things like this.
and has he put his signature at the bottom?
It is still claimed that we will soon have fully automatic driverless cars. These will be operating in a vastly more complicated environment, with far less time to sort out problems. And there will be far more of them. What are the chances that nothing like this will happen?
I can absolutely guarantee that something like this will happen with driverless cars just as I can guarantee that until we get drivers cars people will continue to die on the roads at a rate of over one million per year. To bring this post back on topic imagine the outcry if the airline industry killed a million people each year.
$1,000,000 should be enough for a nice house in a different county (or preferably a different state). Hell, if it were up to me she'd get enough to move her whole family to the otherside of the country.
I see the same point has been made multiple times before. And it was "in the floor board" whatever that means.
"beneath the vehicle's floor" = under the floor covering (possibly even under an accessory mat). Easy place for a discarded bag containing practically nothing to end up.
with a system that can reproduce paintings in 3D. Paintings are three dimensional objects and a photograph rarely does them justice. But how about some examples of how it deals with well known paintings rather than some (presumably) carefully selected input.
And while there at it, how about UTC?
Trump is the bullshitter supreme, but sometimes he'll just be regurgitating boring facts. Against that background the bullshitting is easy to spot, but only for us, not for him. I've known people like Trump and they really do believe that the story they've just concocted out of whole cloth is true simply because it feels true to them.
What surprised me is that the responsibility hadn't long since been handed over to a civilian agency. But then I've also never understood the point of the United States Army Corps of Engineers.
The fact that the drone operator wasn't aware of the helicopter until the pilot turned "the big light" on says otherwise.
in that case they'd just deserve a serious bollicking for not following the rules and coordinating with their colleagues.
Maybe it's a 'lossy' algorithm.
That one's reserved for Uber.
X in pinyin is pronounced like SH. Yes, there's a sound spelt with SH but that a different sound pronounced like SH. Language is tricky. Don't get me started on the Chinese and Japanese L and R sounds.
my first thought was this sounds kinda fishy. Then I realised it's not like we dealing with some multinational conglomerate here. So, probably some sort of private arrangement to take over the lease — my brother knows a bloke who knows someone or "this bloke down the pub'.
Then something goes wrong:
"Our new place's not ready yet. We need another few months".
"But we've already given out the new address".
"Don't worry, we'll bung any letters into the cupboard in the storeroom. If it's urgent they'll use email".
So six months later someone bothers to check that cupboard in the storeroom. . .
And if you divide the screen up into different areas, why not just have several screens?
Well, it would seem most users of the ironically named Windows would agree with you even if I don't.
That's not a fair. These days I generally classify the real Nic Cage as a fake.
I just feel old.
No, there was this other guy, in Canada I think, who watched it as well.
it's that sort of easy cynicism that got us into this mess.
No Mary Anning?
Yeah, it looks like the cops should be keeping TABs on that lot.
Not massless — they simply lack rest mass. Plenty of relativistic mass there though.
But it's not how it works out.
I think the test is: I pick up the phone as I am about to walk out the door and discover the battery is at 15%. Can I charge it to a reasonable level (say 50%) and still not be late for my appointment?
Try using that as a butt plug and you'll be in the ER in no time.
of anything other than the fact that Assange is a prick.
"The only thing I said that wasn't true was that the electricity that came out of the three pin sockets was better quality than the stuff that came out of the old two pin sockets."
Even that's not exactly untrue. "Less likely to kill you" is better in my book.
Always good advice at least when heading for Mercury.
than the 'conveniently imagined' Jack the Ripper.
If (FeatureIsProfitable == true)
FeatureIsAcceptable = true;
They trained it on movie effects. Your victim would have to do the Wilhelm scream for that to work.
As I read it the penitentes are near the equator (warmer environment aiding sublimation, presumably). So, at the poles the radar signal just disappears into space unless it's pointing straight down. At the equator there are vertical and horizontal surfaces forming cavities which reflect the signal randomly creating a more or less omnidirectional return signal.
for the music score display in Spazturtle's link. That absolutely makes sense. And maybe reading manga is somehow like playing music?
"maybe Putin funds the Murdoch empire."
Murdoch finds trolling Americans very profitable. He doesn't need any help.
Just the Blackberry stuff and not looking cheap. If you think the asking price is too much for that, then you probably aren't in the target demographic*.
*And for that you can probably count yourself lucky.
That may be technically true but objects in LEO require constant reboosting to stay in orbit. Spack Junk in LEO doesn't remain a problem for long. (Not that it matter since we're talking about something like a 50% difference in orbital and the error in my figure is greater than that.)
@Brewster's Angle Grinder
I don't understand what you're doing with your energy calculation but 0.06 m/s is a tiny delta V. One article I looked at suggests a delta V of around 200m/s is required to put a satellite in geosynchronous orbit into a Hohmann transfer orbit that would intersect the atmosphere.
Reading the original article (always advisable before calling the authors idiots) reveals that the figure of 1800 seconds is in fact the specific impulse of the thruster not any actual time. Half an hour would, in fact, be a surprisingly low figure. Typically these sort of drives have to be operated for many hours to give any sort of useful delta V.
just buy shares in a company with blockchain in its name.
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Just retain the picture. Make it an 8x10 glossy for good measure, securely sealed in a strong envelope. Just break the seal and whip it out at the right moment and your little wrigglers aren't going anywhere today.
Sounds like someone who works in porn.
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