BOFH and NFT's
Lest we forget - I agree 100% with Simon on his view regarding NFT's...
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I've had two theft cases with my Corolla so far.
In both cases ne'er-do-wells forced the driver door to unlock with a tool (screwdriver) and did the same with the ignition.
In the first case, the car was recovered.
Second case the ne'er-do-well abandoned the attempt as the steering gear lock was preventing the use of the gears.
In both cases I had to buy new door locks and a new ignition lock module - luckily replacing these was a doddle, no reprogramming or anything needed.
I cannot afford the loss of this car, and dread the day it will get stolen.
Oh how I would love to be a fly on the wall when the grunts offload the printerers, and count only 5 instead of the 6 that was originally signed offf for.
"But Boss, we sure as hell counted six printerers, and signed off on six! I dunno what 'appened 'ere, mebbe it fell out of the door during transit?"
I do not envy the poor, sad person who have to assess this workplace accident with the Boss and the printerer.
It'll be either gentle persuasion (just don't ask too many questions), blackmail (stop asking silly questions or your wife will know what you've done with her panties), or another workplace accident (now you've gone and done it, you need to be terminated).
What about e-Trucks/e-Lorries, like the newest offering from Tesla?
of course they're really very coy about battery capacity, weight and whatnots, but if the truck/lorry requires 1000V as its charging current, then the batteries are quite hefty, and it will be real fun and games in trying to extinguish these, especially in a tunnel.
Full of people, vehicles and other combustible things.
Rich did an excellent review on the Tesla Truck, which raises more questions than answers :
*suicide door = special feature*
more than 50 years since humans took that one giant leap for mankind.
I was born in 1969, somewhere in May.
So 1969 holds some significance for me.
Should they do a third trip in order to land on the moon, I'll be watching this happen, if Klaus Schwab, Terminators, or a new plandemic haven't killed me off then.
Just occurred to me: what if we simply ban /bailouts/? This will also ensure that *nothing* ever requires a bail-out and maybe make people think twice about who they're giving money to.
I so wish we can implement that here in South Africa, virtually every SoE runs to daddy government when they need money for bonuses etc and call it "bailout"... or they made a big oops, and need a bailout...