Is it "Hammer Time" yet?
(aaaw, I thought it was always Hammer Time)
2619 posts • joined 8 Nov 2007
Accept no substitutes!
This oil was gathered from genuine snakes. Rubbernecking is not a crime! Even technologically augmented, slomo-enabled, contour-mapping, automatically-collating, market-finding and fractional-distillated rubbernecking is not a crime!
In fact, it is a constitutionally-protected activity. My right to record as I wish and relay my observations (in whatever way I wish to package them) is INVIOLATE!
I bring you the white Bronco. I bring you ... FREEDOM!
stories that have apparently been going around are worrying, I would be more worried if the appropriate paperwork wasn't filed in, um, a reasonable timescale. So, uh, if you could all file these TPS reports by tomorrow morning, that would be, um, great.
(what's the worst that could happen, right?)
but then, I'd probably, logically, have to propose a hyphenless rendering of "hyphen-less"
You know it makes sense.
(You want to know how deep the rabbit hole goes? Well, you might want to take these Class C drugs. They come in red and blue ... but also purple!)
perhaps Reg-reading shed boffins can discuss how they could improve Reardon's design
Forget magnets and the Hall Effect. Use capacitance instead. Dig up Léon Theremin and ask him. Or just look him up in Wikipedia. Less grave-robby and probably more instructive.
Practically* speaking, wear RFID earrings and tape the emitter wand part to your forearms.
(*anything involving duct tape counts as "practical")
but it goes against the idea of net neutrality. It's also, technically-speaking, illegal in the EU.
Fire away with any of the below objections if you wish:
Don't forget the sunset clause, and don't forget the power of virtue signalling ("nicewashing").
Maybe you can't handle it, but I guess that I can. And that's not being boastful. Any gamer that's evaluating graphics cards and how certain games might play out on the new hardware will be totally au fait with a shit load more details in how it works under the hood than the article provides.
Expert knowledge has a way of becoming mainstream, after all. That's science, bitch!
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