farscythe
farscythe - makin da cawfee!
farscythe
Jan 12
38

At the rate the GOP has begun to backpedal on their outrage I can see him slipping out this one. First its let’s not impeach him for Unity and Healing. Then it’ll be lets not prosecute his accomplicies for Unity and Healing. Let’s let him run again for Unity and Healing. He’ll get his accounts back, donors will return Read more

Jan 9
52

I really think she already knows the answer, but her fellow congress critters aren’t ready for that answer, so she’s just doing what she does. The end result is from now on, DC is going to go to Defcon 1 for any and all protests in the city limits.
Read more

Jan 9
2

100% agree, I feel the same way about the tech companies as I do about the resigning cabinet and admin officials. Read more

Jan 8
12

Well, we have to be fair arbiters in the process, too; we must take into account the reasons Trump loyalists were complicit in his crimes, and I’m sure that’s what Joe Biden is doing right now. Read more

Jan 7
12

All that went down yesterday and only 1 person was shot. I was watching those maniacs bashing on the doors of the Capitol (NOT CAPITAL...If I see one more person spell it that way) and thinking, had that been all Black folks doing that, they would have went out like the 54th charging on Ft. Wagner in Glory...

Jan 5
6

It is basically Gene Hackman in “Unforgiven” which I wouldn’t call a bad western, but it didn’t exactly work out well for him.

Jan 4
44

She’s confusing the categories with water fountains; options instead of restrictions. Bad faith is the only way conservatives can argue.

Jan 4
49

What’s notable is that at the time of the rampage, the employee was still working for Mercedes, and the whole wild night was seemingly performed in response to rumors about possible mass layoffs. Read more

Jan 3
3

The reason the vaccine has been rolled out rapidly is because we’re in the middle of a terrible pandemic so huge resources have been thrown at it and unlike most drug development, people have been working on manufacturing and distribution simultaneous with the clinical research. Read more

Jan 3
11

I don’t have much to say here, but thank you for bringing this story more light than it might have received otherwise. Read more

Jan 3
1

You may be defiant. but then the car drives directly to the car wash and refuses to move until you cough up the dough for a wash. And we’re talking autonomous cars here, so it will also automatically lock its doors and windows and refuse to let you out until you pay up.

Jan 3
1

Autonomous cars are nowhere near being production ready. Toyota is filing patents on the car deciding whether to go to a car wash when their auto systems are one of the worst on the market. Mercedes backed out of the autonomous car thing altogether, and I would say if they were not number one, they at least were in Read more

Jan 3
4

They also have now had cases where hospitals had extra doses and discarded them since there is no infrastructure to locate top priority people and get the doses to them safely. Read more

Jan 2
1

We are pretty much the same age then. Don’t get me wrong though. I’d love to have a transportation pod with full autonomy for most of the driving I need to do. I have no particular need to drive my car to work or to the store, nor is there any enjoyment in it. It’s just not a realistic prospect for many, many years to Read more

Jan 2
7

I don’t know how old you are, but fully autonomous cars is something none of us are likely to see in our lifetime. It’s one of those “So close, yet so far” things. I wouldn’t worry about it.