That's genius, assuming the gunpowder doesn't impact the flavor/health. »
I wouldn't necessarily say once. One could argue that any terrorist event where an aircraft was taken over during flight could have been prevented by an AI system that locks out the human. »
These are the same bastards that invented those creepy robotic ant armies. I think we found Skynet, folks. »
Doesn't he have grounds for a lawsuit here? Not saying he has the capital necessarily, but it would seem like he has enough evidence to lay blame for his losses on Comcast. »
Spending has nothing to do with it. Way too many people have clearances that don't need them. You can have a Secret clearance your entire career and never once actually use it to access classified information. Meanwhile, I think the bar for what's considered TS is set too low. There should be an escalating approach… »
idiot lawyer genius hiring manager included them"
As an employer you can write whatever you want in these things. That doesn't make them legally binding in any way. The point of these sorts of things at a blue collar level are to discourage folks. »
400 meters per second. I wonder how heavy that tongue is. It must hit like a ton of bricks for a little insect. »
The fact that the Lumia 930 came out a year ago is a great testament to Lumias. I can't wait until Microsoft's next flagship phone comes out. It's been WAY too long. I'm expecting a big leap in capability come then. »
A file is just a starting point. You use a file to remove a large amount of material. Then you can switch to a puck or stones. Either one will remove the striations left from a file. It's especially useful in the nicer axes as their rockwell hardness is usually through the roof. So sharpening them to begin with takes… »
I like the Anovas, but I'm concerned about the depth that it would reach on some of my pots. Larger stock pots are inherently taller. Requiring you to have the water level much higher to reach the "minimum" water line. I've also looked at the Sansaire brand at Sur la table, and it's difficult to compare the two from… »
If you were ever blessed to eat at one of Wolfie's locations (when they were still around) you too would smuggle that ambrosia-like shit into every place you could. I can still remember their matzohball soup. »
"And Lara still hasn't used that damn crate; not once."
A bit passive aggressive, aren't we? lol. Just kidding. Got my GF some wipes for the Bassets so they don't get that Basset 'scent' so quickly. She made me buy them, and I'm the only one using them. She's a master of manipulation. »
You're assuming this is directed to counter first world adversaries. I think this probably better suited for countering low tech weaponry from say ISIS. In which case, an arms race would be nearly impossible for them. »
It feels good to revive a consumer electronic that 99% of consumers would have otherwise tossed. I remember when I repaired my Samsung TV. It was just soldering a few replacement capacitors, but damn if felt good. She's going on 8 years old now, and still has a great 1080p picture.
I can be so cheap sometimes. »
I'd like to see a Tumbler set up by US cyber intelligence services that does nothing but post equivalent information about these cowards. It's technically not illegal (in their host countries) what they're doing, but ridicule would be just fine. Additionally, let's put a small "cyber bounty" on each of these accounts… »
They really didn't explain it very well. So you have to use your imagination for a moment. You see the printed faces on the cubes? Well those are what are known as Sierpinski Carpets. Here's a GIF of how they work: »