Re: Let them eat rabbits
I knew an old lady. She swallowed a fly.
I don't know why she swallowed a fly. Perhaps she'll die...
9 posts • joined 26 Oct 2011
I thought that too at first, but the original idea was to give kids on the bus for two hours a way to do "homework," and not have wasted the time. The revelation to the plan is that when the bus goes off-duty it's parked in an area with lots of people to allow those folks access.
I was thinking that the base image may be stored as a snapshot, like on a VM. If you need to refresh/reset, it just dumps everything after the image was loaded. Certainly doesn't necessarily mean no bloatware, in that case. Just that you'll NEVER be able to truly get rid of it.
That would be a waveguide, made of copper, and is often what is used for microwave transmission between the transmitter on the ground and the (dish) antenna up on the tower. Usually has positive pressure (air or nitrogen) rather than a vacuum, because moisture in the waveguide attenuates the signal and perfect seals are rare/impossible. So what's the speed in a pure nitrogen environment?
Icon: kinda looks like a parabolic dish...
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